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post #161 of 9531
All i did was bump my offset up from +0.005 when it failed P95 to +0.015. I think im going to let it go for 8hrs because i think thats how long i let my E8500 go for. Its stable enough for what i do
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Hello everyone I figured I would share what seems to be a completely stock Overclock even thought I am not pleased that it stays at 4.8 the entire time. I do recall a few days ago trying to enable the C states and well it crashed is there any way I can run this and still have it keep the auto download settings to 1.6 when I do not need the juice? What tips if any does anyone have to share. I am currently water cooled and I will share my temps.

Dudes = some dudes settings which I have been using and successfully only 1 crash so far playing League of legends and sadly did not save what the crash was, I have yet to be able to make it crash again.

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I am also looking for help and tips on my system first time running watercooled, will be changing things up shortly too and well no one responded in my other thread lol.
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post #163 of 9531
Enable "Intel SpeedStep Technology" (2nd photo) and the CPU will throttle down around 1600mhz when idle.

I'm new to overclocking myself and never had water cooling. If that was my system I would put in an after market CPU air cooler to get the cracked reservoir out until a replacement can be obtained. I just wouldn't trust it not to leak.

Hopefully others will chime in shortly and provide additional suggestions.

BTW, what overclock speed do you want to achieve?
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Originally Posted by Turtley View Post

Enable "Intel SpeedStep Technology" (2nd photo) and the CPU will throttle down around 1600mhz when idle.
I'm new to overclocking myself and never had water cooling. If that was my system I would put in an after market CPU air cooler to get the cracked reservoir out until a replacement can be obtained. I just wouldn't trust it not to leak.
Hopefully others will chime in shortly and provide additional suggestions.
BTW, what overclock speed do you want to achieve?

Ill have to give that a try later on wouldn't that mess with my voltages since I have mine set to only vary a few points. In response to your whats my max OC goal I do not have one, it would be nice to know what is my max stable speed to do everything at but that does not imply I would keep it there. Considering how fast this chip is at stock and since I do not use my computer for anything but fun I see less of a reason to always keep it super high because we all know it will not help with gaming or at least that's how I feel.
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I still can't believe it took up to 14 posts for me to post about the +0.05 offset or the fact that when you increase the multiplier the voltage would increase so you are no "longer finder the highest ratio per stock voltage".... rolleyes.gif
I mean, wth, I can understand the thread poster makes typos, but seriously, not one person here found that it was weird to jump up to 3.7 ghz or even 4.0ghz and have your motherboards start defaulting the voltage to 1.3++????
No wonder kids fry there computers overclocking: had some newb attempted 'OC'ing in this guide, say he went up to the 4.0ghz +, his board would have exceeded 1.3+ volts easy for vcore and temps would have gotten high.....
Anyway.....

Quit whining. People make mistakes, it happens. Get over it. It has been corrected. These folks are putting in a lot of time. I really appreciate their efforts. Sorry to be so blunt, but I do not have a lot of patience for whining.

When I get home, I am going to post my bios settings. I'm now stable at 4.5GHz and have not done all of these tweaks to get there.
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Here are my settihngs (thanks to Lucky 23 for some if not most of these settings)

In OC Section:
CPU Ration Setting - Manual
Max Ratio - 45
Internal PLL Volt - Disabled
Speed Step - Disabled
Spread Spectrum - Disabled
Power Save Mode - Disabled
All Voltage controls I have set to auto

In Advanced Screen, CPU Configuration
Enhanced Halt State - Disabled
C3 Support State - Disabled
C6 Support State - Disabled
Intel Virtualization - Disabled

That's about it. I started off simply with my Max ratio at 45 and nothing else. I worked from there, solicited some feedback, and read, read, and read. I learned that the 2500K seems to have a sweet spot from 4.5 to 4.7. Mine is 4.5, I could push it to 4.6, I had some luck there, but I like how stable it is at 4.5, so I'm leaving it there.

I do not like my cpu dropping down to 1.8GHz. I'm nuts, but I like it running steady. I have a good cooler, so I'm not idling hot.

I've also made changes to memory settings, running my 1600 memory at 1600 and with those pre-set settings, whatever they are called, such that my memory settings are 8-8-8-24.

I run my system in AHCI mode. Remember that if you install Windows 7 in IDE mode and then switch over, your system will blue screen. It's not the OC settings, it's the storage setting.

I've run prime95, OCCT, and transcoded some video, and I'm running solid. The very first thing I do is run memtest86 at default speeds to test my memory, then OCed, then running my memory at 1600. If my memory is not stable, nothing else will be. A necessary though not sufficient condition of a good OC.

My two cents. Good night all. I think I'm finally going to put this in a case in the next few days, though I'm having lots of fun having it on the bench.

marty
Edited by tootercomputer - 3/26/12 at 8:39pm
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Originally Posted by tootercomputer View Post

Here are my settihngs (thanks to Lucky 23 for some if not most of these settings)
In OC Section:
CPU Ration Setting - Manual
Max Ratio - 45
Internal PLL Volt - Disabled
Speed Step - Disabled
Spread Spectrum - Disabled
Power Save Mode - Disabled
All Voltage controls I have set to auto
In Advanced Screen, CPU Configuration
Enhanced Halt State - Disabled
C3 Support State - Disabled
C6 Support State - Disabled
Intel Virtualization - Disabled
That's about it. I started off simply with my Max ratio at 45 and nothing else. I worked from there, solicited some feedback, and read, read, and read. I learned that the 2500K seems to have a sweet spot from 4.5 to 4.7. Mine is 4.5, I could push it to 4.6, I had some luck there, but I like how stable it is at 4.5, so I'm leaving it there.
I do not like my cpu dropping down to 1.8GHz. I'm nuts, but I like it running steady. I have a good cooler, so I'm not idling hot.
I've also made changes to memory settings, running my 1600 memory at 1600 and with those pre-set settings, whatever they are called, such that my memory settings are 8-8-8-24.
I run my system in AHCI mode. Remember that if you install Windows 7 in IDE mode and then switch over, your system will blue screen. It's not the OC settings, it's the storage setting.
I've run prime95, OCCT, and transcoded some video, and I'm running solid. The very first thing I do is run memtest86 at default speeds to test my memory, then OCed, then running my memory at 1600. If my memory is not stable, nothing else will be. A necessary though not sufficient condition of a good OC.
My two cents. Good night all. I think I'm finally going to put this in a case in the next few days, though I'm having lots of fun having it on the bench.
marty

I am no OC expert and would recommend you checkout my guide a few posts above but leaving all Voltages at AUTO means your Vcore for cpu will sky rocket when it is pushed leading to levels that you do not need or want but the system will think you do. It will raise temps extremely fast and there is just no reason for it even if you have the best cooling in the world. Just sharing my 2 cents and a penny or two more.
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Quote:
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tootercomputer View Post

Here are my settihngs (thanks to Lucky 23 for some if not most of these settings)
In OC Section:
CPU Ration Setting - Manual
Max Ratio - 45
Internal PLL Volt - Disabled
Speed Step - Disabled
Spread Spectrum - Disabled
Power Save Mode - Disabled
All Voltage controls I have set to auto
In Advanced Screen, CPU Configuration
Enhanced Halt State - Disabled
C3 Support State - Disabled
C6 Support State - Disabled
Intel Virtualization - Disabled
That's about it. I started off simply with my Max ratio at 45 and nothing else. I worked from there, solicited some feedback, and read, read, and read. I learned that the 2500K seems to have a sweet spot from 4.5 to 4.7. Mine is 4.5, I could push it to 4.6, I had some luck there, but I like how stable it is at 4.5, so I'm leaving it there.
I do not like my cpu dropping down to 1.8GHz. I'm nuts, but I like it running steady. I have a good cooler, so I'm not idling hot.
I've also made changes to memory settings, running my 1600 memory at 1600 and with those pre-set settings, whatever they are called, such that my memory settings are 8-8-8-24.
I run my system in AHCI mode. Remember that if you install Windows 7 in IDE mode and then switch over, your system will blue screen. It's not the OC settings, it's the storage setting.
I've run prime95, OCCT, and transcoded some video, and I'm running solid. The very first thing I do is run memtest86 at default speeds to test my memory, then OCed, then running my memory at 1600. If my memory is not stable, nothing else will be. A necessary though not sufficient condition of a good OC.
My two cents. Good night all. I think I'm finally going to put this in a case in the next few days, though I'm having lots of fun having it on the bench.
marty

I am no OC expert and would recommend you checkout my guide a few posts above but leaving all Voltages at AUTO means your Vcore for cpu will sky rocket when it is pushed leading to levels that you do not need or want but the system will think you do. It will raise temps extremely fast and there is just no reason for it even if you have the best cooling in the world. Just sharing my 2 cents and a penny or two more.

Yes, never leave your vCore on Auto unless you are running stock multiplier.

If you want it to run a steady speed just use the Fixed vcore method.
post #169 of 9531
Okay, I simply switched the cpu voltage to offset mode. No difference in temps or reported voltages. So I'm not sure what you all are getting at, that leaving things at auto is bad. I have not seen any difference between offset mode and auto in any of my temps or voltages, or the ability to hold the OC. Note that I've been playing with this pretty steadily over the past week. What am I missing? Thanks.

I decided to try the fixed vcore method. That's how I always used to OC past mobos. I'm not sure, however, that it is really making any difference on this mobo, as noted above over the past week. Hence I left my settings at default, i.e., auto. I will play with this tonight


marty
Edited by tootercomputer - 3/27/12 at 6:46am
post #170 of 9531
Yea dont leave your cpu vcore on auto while overclocking because you can run into problems.

Now that ive been playing w/ offset its not too bad, just takes a little time to learn. If you setup your settings like mine then try the +0.005 offset (lowest positive offset) then run P95 for 2 minutes Small FFT and write down what voltages CPU-z is displaying under full load then post back in here. Im running a +0.015 offset but start w/ a +0.005 so you can see where you cpu is at voltage wise w/ a 45 multi then you can go from there.

Also i noticed that even w/ a fixed voltage and speed step disabled, c1e disabled, c3 & C6 disabled your multi will still fluctuate if you go above a 40 multi. When i had all these settings disabled w/ a 45 multi it will jump between 40-45 but w/ offset and a 45 multi is will stay fixed at 45 during P95 and not drop down.

CPU ratio 45
Internal PLL disabled
Intel Speed step Enabled
Short duration 250
Long duration 250
Long duration (sec.) 1
Additional turbo voltage Auto
Core Current limit 200
BLCK 100.00
Spread Spectrum disabled
Power savings disabled
Offset Mode w/ +0.015
Dram voltage 1.499 (9-9-9-24)
LLC Level 3 ( 5 is lowest & 1 is highest)
All other voltages on auto
C1e Enabled
C3 disabled
C6 Disabled
C state support Auto
Edited by Lucky 23 - 3/27/12 at 12:50pm
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