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k, can you pls. help Jahve77 as well.

Thanks m8 smile.gif My main issue atm is with the NB voltages, as i still dont know which one is the right one, NB Voltage or CPU NB VID smile.gif
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Thanks m8 smile.gif My main issue atm is with the NB voltages, as i still dont know which one is the right one, NB Voltage or CPU NB VID smile.gif

set CPU-NB freq to 2400mhz @ 1.2v and set HT link freq to 24000mhz amd assuming you are using 1600mhz ram so set timings to 9-9-9-24 2T 1.5v
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I would say its around 26c ambient temp. There's no way core temps should be 26c at full load tho. Idle temps, sure but not load temps. I was pointing out how inaccurate core temps were. I mean, its not even monitoring core temps independently, they're all just the same temp, lol.
I used to go by core temps back when I was running A64's, and would always wonder why I was BSOD'ing or getting unstable even tho temps were fine. After realizing I needed to look at the "CPU" temp instead, I quickly figured out why I was having issues.

Thanks again 4 the clarification, I think I'll just keep the cpu/socket temp below 62c like you and rdr09 suggested.
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Thanks m8 smile.gif My main issue atm is with the NB voltages, as i still dont know which one is the right one, NB Voltage or CPU NB VID smile.gif

let's use your cpuz screenines. the NB voltage is for your HT Link, while the CPU/NB vid is for your NB Freq. i would leave the NB voltage in auto. when your raise the fsb (blck) your NB freq (CPU/NB) and ram will go with it. at 2500MHz on the CPU/NB might require a bump in its votage.

mine is labeled cpu/nb (NB Frq) vcore and i set it to 1.4v for anything higher than 2500MHz. that is just me and based on my mobo. any lower my sig would not boot (older mobo).

i'd wait for someone's input who's got a gigabyte mobo.
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With mine its CPU/NB VID. I personally run my NB @ 3000mhz (1.325v) and the HT Link @ 2000mhz

With a Gigabyte board, it should be labeled as CPU/NB Voltage or CPU/NB VID. Don't raise the HT Link or Northbirdge Voltage.

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- CPU PLL Voltage = Leave this one alone.
- DRAM Voltage Control = Ram Voltage.
- DDR VTT Voltage Control = Leave this one alone.
- NB Voltage Control = Only needed when raising the base clock really high. I'm at 250mhz at "Normal" voltage. Never needed any extra Voltage on this.
- HT Link Voltage Control = Leave this one alone.
- NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage Ctrl = Leave this one alone.
- CPU NB VID Control = Use this to stabilize NB Frequency. You should need roughly 1.3-1.4v for 3000mhz.
- CPU Voltage Control = CPU Voltage.

Hope this helps.
Edited by *ka24e* - 7/17/12 at 3:27pm
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With mine its CPU/NB VID. I personally run my NB @ 3000mhz (1.325v) and the HT Link @ 2000mhz
With a Gigabyte board, it should be labeled as CPU/NB Voltage or CPU/NB VID. Don't raise the HT Link or Northbirdge Voltage.
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- CPU PLL Voltage = Leave this one alone.
- DRAM Voltage Control = Ram Voltage.
- DDR VTT Voltage Control = Leave this one alone.
- NB Voltage Control = Only needed when raising the base clock really high. I'm at 250mhz at "Normal" voltage. Never needed any extra Voltage on this.
- HT Link Voltage Control = Leave this one alone.
- NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage Ctrl = Leave this one alone.
- CPU NB VID Control = Use this to stabilize NB Frequency. You should need roughly 1.3-1.4v for 3000mhz.
- CPU Voltage Control = CPU Voltage.
Hope this helps.

Thanks! This was exactly what I was looking for, so it is the CPU NB VID then. I have not raised any voltages part from CPU to 1.4v so far, and will try to get to the 4.0 at X6 with this NB oc&voltage. Ran steady X4 at 4.1 at stocks and 4.2 at 1.5v cpu, but even as i know that hexcore will not help at all in gaming, would want to find that steady hexcore 4GHz smile.gif

Thanks ka24e and rdr09, will let you know how it turned out.
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Thanks! This was exactly what I was looking for, so it is the CPU NB VID then. I have not raised any voltages part from CPU to 1.4v so far, and will try to get to the 4.0 at X6 with this NB oc&voltage. Ran steady X4 at 4.1 at stocks and 4.2 at 1.5v cpu, but even as i know that hexcore will not help at all in gaming, would want to find that steady hexcore 4GHz smile.gif
Thanks ka24e and rdr09, will let you know how it turned out.

nvm. k, is right.
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not so fast. your cpu/nb voltage is the NB Voltage Control.
here is info about the CPU Vid Voltage Control . . .
http://www.overclock.net/t/251112/cpu-vid
it is the NB Voltage Control that you need to play with when oc'ing the NB Freq as shown in the CPUZ.
edit: different manufacturers label them differently.
EDIT2: just noticed i differed with k. we may need further confirmation.

Heh smile.gif You see now why i was somewhat unsure about which one to play with .. Atm, i did up the cpu to 1.45v, put the HT Link back to 2000 and put the CPU NB VID up to 1.375v .. Running ok idle, but if your latest info is correct, doubt it will stand any load ..

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it is confusing. gigabyte has to be different, which make things worst.
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Heh smile.gif You see now why i was somewhat unsure about which one to play with .. Atm, i did up the cpu to 1.45v, put the HT Link back to 2000 and put the CPU NB VID up to 1.375v .. Running ok idle, but if your latest info is correct, doubt it will stand any load ..
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you might be able to lower your cpu vcore if you use the blck (fsb) to oc. try 16 multiplier and 250 for bus speed (fsb) using the same vcore at first. you can lower your nb and ram back to their original settings, then slowy lower your vcore up until it won't boot.
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