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post #2931 of 9565
First off great guide. I'm using a Fatal1ty P67 board with a 2500k, I only want a mild OC so I followed the guide and bumped up to 4.0 I set the Cpu LLC to level 3 and used an offset voltage of -0.015. So I am running stable for 12 hours 4.0 at 1.176 vcore and temperatures did not break 50c on any core. I shut down this morning, let the system set for awhile while I got the kids breakfast and made coffee. Started back up and for some reason under load my vcore is jumping back to 1.248. I restarted the computer went into BIOS and checked the settings, everything is set the same. When I loaded out of the BIOS screen load vcore is back to 1.176??? Does this make any sense to anyone, or did I do something wrong?

Edit: Core Temp under 100% load is saying the VID is 1.346 when I just power on the computer, but is saying VID is 1.266 when I load out of the BIOS screen. mad.gif
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Vid will change as the clock speed adjusts - you have speedstep on i assume Use cpuZ or. HW, or Open hardware monitor to check Vcore.
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like i said in my first response,
i always thought the same, prime runs, you get a bsod, you up vcore, rerun, if you get closer to stable,
a worker starts failing, up vcore, rerun, it takes worker more hours before it stops, up vcore again, your workers run all the way,

but in the 5 months im here on this forum, i saw to many different things happening , to say its rule.. for one, you as a example smile.gif

True! And then even after that, go in and check for WHEA kernel errors even with 24h p95 stability.

Over time, as the chip ages, you may need to adjust your offset and turbo. And that is considered normal especially when holding high OCs.
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Vid will change as the clock speed adjusts - you have speedstep on i assume Use cpuZ or. HW, or Open hardware monitor to check Vcore.
I am using Speedstep, but that should not be a factor as I am seeing differences in load vcore and Vid. If I understand correctly, your load voltage should stay consistent (for the most part +/- .008) when under 100% load. Depending on if I just turn on the computer or go thru BIOS first I should not be seeing a difference of 0.068 in 100% load vcore. Right?
    
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True! And then even after that, go in and check for WHEA kernel errors even with 24h p95 stability.

Over time, as the chip ages, you may need to adjust your offset and turbo. And that is considered normal especially when holding high OCs.

What is considered a "high" OC?
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What is considered a "high" OC?

4.8+ in my book
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Okay guys. Need some opinions. I've been messing with turbo voltage the past 2 days, with multiplier at 46x. As far as temps and vcore goes, I'm still within safe limits. I've been doing one test per night.
Yesterday's test, a worker on core0 crashed after 3h20m I believe, the rest ran for up to 10h without crashing. Today I upped the turbo voltage and ran the test again. Worker on core0 crashed after 8h50m. Other cores kept going once again.

Is this good or should I up the turbo once again and try for a certain amount of time on prime blend?
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Increase turbo a notch - should do it. Could also increase offset a notch. Either way should do it. You are real close.
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Increase turbo a notch - should do it. Could also increase offset a notch. Either way should do it. You are real close.

Alright. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll up it once again tonight and run the test again. What should I be looking for as far as time? 12h or should I aim for more?
post #2940 of 9565
It really depends on the chip. I would say that a high overclock is any clock/voltage which is above the linear part of the mV/MHz curve - and this is different for every chip. So, as a rule of thumb, if the next 100MHz costs more than 40-50 mV you are getting out of the linear part of the curve. For my 2700K, 47 is that point (it will hold a stable 50x, but at 1.42+V and i do not lilke that). For Ivy's that i have "performance tuned" the same effect exists. So, yes 48 is a high overclock but not so high for every/all chips. The chip in the table back in post 2873 is an excellent example by an OCN member, JulioCesar. Very nice thru 48.
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