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post #1291 of 9484
ok thanks. Is there a way u can observe VRM temps?

Ill try find the right thread for this.
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hey guys
Im having problems with OCing, my cpu keeps throttling back to stock (3.2ghz) when im running prime95. Trying to achieve 4.6ghz. tried looking through this thread to get an idea but theres so many variable i thought Id just make a post and hopefully someone can just point out what im doing wrong. please see my sig for my system specs, and see this thread for my cooling setup http://www.overclock.net/t/1293864/watercooling-antec-1100/0_100
heres pics of my bios settings:
pics of prime95 pre start settings and screenshot of when it drops back to 3.2ghz. temps never went about 74deg.
any help would be appreciated smile.gif

I had the same problem ( I think). Try running prime without realtemp open, (just for like a couple seconds) and see if it clocks up properly.

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Updated a few things here and there in "Settings" section.

Updated the "Overclocking Limits" section with HTML tables and code.

Updated the Olympic part to be more appealing to the eye.

Regular Blend test is now included in "The Prime Test" and is accepted in the "Final Test" and for the Olympics. smile.gif

Edited by kennyparker1337 - 8/26/12 at 10:50am
post #1294 of 9484
Thanks for keeping Settings page updated. Will have to check out why regular blend was chosen.

Edit: just checked it out and the custom settings are the same. .confused.gif
Edited by MoInSTL - 8/26/12 at 1:51pm
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Quote:
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Thanks for keeping Settings page updated. Will have to check out why regular blend was chosen.

Edit: just checked it out and the custom settings are the same. .confused.gif

I included both types. Regular blend mode and my custom test. Choose whichever one.
post #1296 of 9484
Is there some software that will show PLL and VTT voltage? I'm wondering if my motherboard is doing anything with them since I set them between 1.586/1.89 and 1.02/1.076 and I don't think it's making any difference. HWMonitor has a bunch of voltages but I can't tell what they are and they don't match PLL and VTT.
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Is there some software that will show PLL and VTT voltage...

For the ASRock Fatality series, you can use the bundled F-Stream Tuner (and eXtreme Tuner for the Extreme mobo series).

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To get on the Olympic List you need to be using prime95 27.7 so that it uses AVX instructions on Sandy / Ivy.

The link to the latest prime95 is in the guide.
post #1300 of 9484
shan't be a problem!

I had it downlaoded, but still in my downloads folder, not with th rest of my tools, I will resubmit soon, assuming everything goes well.
Edited by Xinoxide - 8/28/12 at 10:08pm
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