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post #191 of 9534
Lucky,

That's pretty much what I did. I kept lowering the voltage until I got -0.025 then windows froze before I could run prime. I'm back to the -0.020 for now.

I'm running the stock Cooler Master 212 + with a single fan. I have two exhaust and two intake fans running around 1200 rpms.

I could do an hour blend test at this settings to see if it holds up.

After this is to experiment with the fan speeds. I'm thinking how slow can I go on the fans before I see the temps increase.
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Try Small FFT it stress the CPU more then blend and i would just watch the temps. I think most recommend to not go past 85c
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Try Small FFT it stress the CPU more then blend and i would just watch the temps. I think most recommend to not go past 85c

Actually Blend test has been proven to stress Sandybridge more than Small FFT. Hardcore gaming won't even bring about temps that Blend does.

Not to say that a Small FFT test won't hurt but if you are to choose 1 test, please use Blend. Blend custom with 80% memory is even better!

IBT is not a very good reliable test of stability for Sandybridge. IT is very good at testing out the absolute max temp you can reach though and the total processing power your chip can do. I think my highest clock is like 120Gflops.
post #194 of 9534
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Test prime95 for ten minutes on 4.1GHz... then 4.2 or 4.3, then try for 4.5 for ten minutes. If it fails up the vcore and try again (too save time move the offset up by several notches like .02 or .04 and not .005).

Test prime95 for one hour. If it passes you should be good to go, otherwise up your vcore by .05 or less (move the offset up).

4.5 is fairly easy to reach. I think around 80% of all chips can do that.
@kennyparker1337 : Thanks dude, I guess I have to run Prime95 and monitor my VCore . What is the ideal VCore I should be aiming for?
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The 0.960v is your idle voltage w/ a 16 multi = 1.6ghz(idle voltage along w/ full load voltage will increase/decrease w/ a positive/negative offset) You will need to download prime 95 and run it for 2-5minutes, watch the voltage in cpu-z and write those numbers down (lowest voltage you see at full load to highest voltage you see at full load). Running P95 for a couple minutes will give you an idea of where your voltages are, at a specific multiplier. You can post the voltages and screenshots in the thread and people will be able to help you.

Below are my screenshots. You can do this by putting a flashdrive in a usb port the going to my computer, right click the flash drive, click format, change the format the fat32 and click ok or format. Once the format is complete, restart your comp w/ the flashdrive still in and go into bios. When in bios just press F12 to take a screenshot
@Lucky 23: Thanks, will post screenshots when I get home.

Thanks guys.
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post #195 of 9534
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Test prime95 for ten minutes on 4.1GHz... then 4.2 or 4.3, then try for 4.5 for ten minutes. If it fails up the vcore and try again (too save time move the offset up by several notches like .02 or .04 and not .005).

Test prime95 for one hour. If it passes you should be good to go, otherwise up your vcore by .05 or less (move the offset up).

4.5 is fairly easy to reach. I think around 80% of all chips can do that.
@kennyparker1337 : Thanks dude, I guess I have to run Prime95 and monitor my VCore . What is the ideal VCore I should be aiming for?
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The 0.960v is your idle voltage w/ a 16 multi = 1.6ghz(idle voltage along w/ full load voltage will increase/decrease w/ a positive/negative offset) You will need to download prime 95 and run it for 2-5minutes, watch the voltage in cpu-z and write those numbers down (lowest voltage you see at full load to highest voltage you see at full load). Running P95 for a couple minutes will give you an idea of where your voltages are, at a specific multiplier. You can post the voltages and screenshots in the thread and people will be able to help you.

Below are my screenshots. You can do this by putting a flashdrive in a usb port the going to my computer, right click the flash drive, click format, change the format the fat32 and click ok or format. Once the format is complete, restart your comp w/ the flashdrive still in and go into bios. When in bios just press F12 to take a screenshot
@Lucky 23: Thanks, will post screenshots when I get home.

Thanks guys.

1.2v-1.35v is ideal for 4.5. but even 1.4v would be ok if temps are good.
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Actually Blend test has been proven to stress Sandybridge more than Small FFT. Hardcore gaming won't even bring about temps that Blend does.
Not to say that a Small FFT test won't hurt but if you are to choose 1 test, please use Blend. Blend custom with 80% memory is even better!
IBT is not a very good reliable test of stability for Sandybridge. IT is very good at testing out the absolute max temp you can reach though and the total processing power your chip can do. I think my highest clock is like 120Gflops.

Good info Kenney!

For some reason I couldn't run a custom blend test with 80% memory. I think I have to account for memory that windows and running programs is using as well.

I can run custom blend with 75% memory which I'm running now.



EDIT:
I just finished a custom blend using 75% memory for one hour.

Ambient temp: 21.9c
Max temps: 66c 70c 70c 68c

Average temp: 68.5c
CPU temps above ambient: 48.1c

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Edited by Turtley - 3/30/12 at 5:31am
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Hi Guys!

Im new here in overclock.net. Anyway, I have a question w/ my OC settings. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Here's my current setup

Procie: i5-2500k
Mobo: AsRock Z68 Pro3-M (latest BIOS v1.70)
RAM: 2x2GB G.Skill Ripjaws 1333Mhz @ 7-7-7-21
GPU: n/a (just sold my GTX560-Ti)
PSU: 600W FSP Aurum 80+
Cooler: CoolerMaster V6 GT

Well, the problem is, when I go higher than 43 max ratio, the system will power on but the keyboard and mouse is off and no display. (I reset the CMOS to make everything work again)

Im stable @ 4.3Ghz using Prime95 Small FFTs for 30mins. Didnt really stress it that much cuz I was going somewhere.

Here are the settings that im using works.

CPU Setting: Manual
Max Ratio: 43
Internal PLL OV: Enabled
GT Overclocking: Disabled (I dont know what this is since this is not on the guide)
Speedstep: Enabled
TurboBoost Power Limit: Manual
Short Duration Limit: 500
Long Duration Limit: 500
Long Duration Maintained: 1 sec
Additional Turbo Voltage: Auto
Core Current Limit: 300
BCLK: 100 (Default)
Spread Spectrum: Disabled
Power Saving Mode: Disabled
CPU Core Voltage: Auto (already used Offset)
CPU LLC: Level 4 (already used Level 2 and 3 on offset mode)
PCH Voltage: Auto
CPU PLL Voltage: Auto
VTT Voltage: Auto

So, what could be wrong here guys? Anyone using the same board that I have?

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Edited by chang87 - 3/30/12 at 8:24am
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As promised, my screen shots. I'm still running 4GHz.

I also noticed on AXTU that my clock speed and ratio always changes between 1.6GHz and 4GHz.- Why is this?

Idle (No tests)
VCore: 0.960v
Temp: ~30C

During Prime95 Test
VCore: 1.288v
Temp: ~55C

Now for the BIOS screenshots:
450
450450
450450

Are my results and setting ok?
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Actually Blend test has been proven to stress Sandybridge more than Small FFT. Hardcore gaming won't even bring about temps that Blend does.
Not to say that a Small FFT test won't hurt but if you are to choose 1 test, please use Blend. Blend custom with 80% memory is even better!
IBT is not a very good reliable test of stability for Sandybridge. IT is very good at testing out the absolute max temp you can reach though and the total processing power your chip can do. I think my highest clock is like 120Gflops.

I ran blend for a little bit after running Small FFT and it didnt get my temps as high as small FFt. I also dont really see the need to stress my ram for stability since i already ran it for 5 hours on memtest. I might try running it again though
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As promised, my screen shots. I'm still running 4GHz.
I also noticed on AXTU that my clock speed and ratio always changes between 1.6GHz and 4GHz.- Why is this?
Idle (No tests)
VCore: 0.960v
Temp: ~30C
During Prime95 Test
VCore: 1.288v
Temp: ~55C
Now for the BIOS screenshots:

450

Are my results and setting ok?

I would say your Vcore is too high. You going to need a negative offset to bring it down because you should be able to get 4ghz stable around 1.2v or so. I would just kick the multi up to 45 and leave the +0.005 offset then you go from there

I would disable C3 and C6 because those put the cpu into a deep sleep and could cause stability issues. I also disabled virtualization and no execute.

Dram voltage for DDR3 is usually 1.5v or 1.65v. I know by default mine would show 1.529 but if your ram is rated at 1.5v you can set it at 1.499/1.5v. You should also manually set your timings or change to the XMP profile because usually auto puts your timings a lot higher then they are supposed to be.
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