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Is the voltage readout on CPUz higher or lower than bios settings on the extreme6?
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Thanks for explaining all that. Here is a link to my rig (can't figure out how to get it in signature): http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/5090461

One question on the guide. When choosing offset mode vs fixed mode Im curious to know how much power consumption fixed mode costs in terms of the power bill compared with offset? Is it a big difference? (If it only meant an extra 5 bucks on the power bill every month I wouldn't care about that) But more importantly to me is how much does fixed mode reduce the life of your cpu vs offset mode?
I cant give you hard numbers for the power savings with offset mode, it would depend on too many independent variables based on your usage habits. I think of it as leaving an extra light bulb on, because the wattage delta is roughly 60W-70W using offset. Degradation occurs no matter what you do, but happens slower at lower temperatures, higher voltage=higher temperatures. The 212 is, as I understand, a decent cooler for the money, but is far from a top tier cooling solutions for super high clocks. I highly suggest taking the extra time to set your overclock up using offset mode, unless you have a specific reason that fixed is necessary.

How far along are you now? Multiplier? VCore? offset? turbo? LLC? Max Temp?
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please fill out rigbuilder and add it to your sig (edit sig-> "show my stuff")

you need to provide us with the bios settings for 46 and 47.

Excuse me for being total noob and not knowing how to post it in sig as you asked. Here's a link to my rig: http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/5090821

Now, the settings I used for 4.6ghz are exactly same as ones I set for 3.3 and everything above up to 4.7ghz (I changed them at 4.7). If we assume Load UEFI defaults these are the settings I took care to change:

Spread Spectrum: Disabled
Additional Turbo Voltage: +0.004v

CPU Core Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Voltage: +0.005v

CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 3

DRAM Frequency: DDR3-1600

Setting I didn't change from Default as I wasn't sure how to:
Command Rate (CR): 1N (I have this set to 1N from UEFI defaults but don't know how to change it to 2N, should I just put 2 there or don't touch it at all? It was working fine with 1N so far)

I've also changed (if it wasn't set default) following options as suggested in guide:
Internal PLL Overvoltage: Disabled

No-Execute Memory Protection: Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology: Enabled
Hardware Prefetcher: Enabled
Adjacent Cache Line Prefetcher: Enabled

Core Current Limit: Max // For my mobo max = 500
Long Duration Power Limit: Max
Long Duration Maintained: Auto
Short Duration Power Limit: Max
Primary Plane Current Limit: Max
Secondary Plane Current Limit: Max

Settings above ran flawlessly on up to 4.6ghz. Everything was perfect.

When I increased multipler to 47 I had fatal error on settings above. So I increased Additional Turbo Voltage to +0.008v, ran Prime again and it BSODed with 124 error. So I increased CPU Core Voltage: Offset Mode to Offset Voltage: +0.010v. 4.7GHZ ran ok on Prime with these settings. So I went ahead and put 4.8GHZ. It gave me a 124 BSOD at start of test. I increased Additional Turbo Voltage to +0.012v and ran test again this time PC froze as soon as I started test. Then this happened:
Quote:
I did hold the power button to turn it off. Then after reboot I can no longer get into windows if my clock is higher than 4.5 ghz no matter what settings I use (Windows just wont load). There is this windows loading but then it fades and stays on black screen. Any solutions? Please help

Thanks for your time reading this and help. Hopefully I didn't damage my CPU or other parts.'

Forgot to mention: I have also disabled following options (from 3.3 GHZ up to 4.8 I was using these settings below):

Enhanced Halt Sate (C1E) : Enabled
CPU C3 STATE : Disabled
CPU C6 State Support: Disabled
Package C State support: Disabled
Edited by adrian154 - 3/31/13 at 10:42am
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Here ya go:

5GHz.jpg 771k .jpg file
I am using watercooling and having VRM cooling issues at the moment. Unless I am holding a fan right over the VRM heatsinks, I do get a BSOD. As long as the VRM stays cool enough it stays up. I did end up going back to 0.012 turbo, 0.004 was unstable at 5GHz. and offset stayed at 0.005 offset.

From what it looks like in you screen shot you have only ran P95 for a few minutes. Thats not long enought to call it stable, run P95 for 8-12 hours.thumb.gif
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Excuse me for being total noob and not knowing how to post it in sig as you asked. Here's a link to my rig: http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/5090821

Now, the settings I used for 4.6ghz are exactly same as ones I set for 3.3 and everything above up to 4.7ghz (I changed them at 4.7). If we assume Load UEFI defaults these are the settings I took care to change:

Just FYI, you can take screen shots of you bios by formatting a Flashdrive in FAT32, then reboot into bios and hit F12. This will save you some time when posting settings thumb.gif
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Excuse me for being total noob and not knowing how to post it in sig as you asked. Here's a link to my rig: http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/5090821
I've also changed (if it wasn't set default) following options as suggested in guide:
Internal PLL Overvoltage: Disabled

for 47x you probably need to enable PLL overvoltage. Additionally, simply booting to windows is not enough stress on the cpu to work at that overclock. As Lucky suggested, you need ot run p95 for 1-2h minimally and 8-12 for keeps.

I'd be very (pleasantly) surprised if 46 or 47 were stable (even 20min) at less than 1.3-1.4 vcore... much higher turbo and probably higher offset.

stay with it, you'll get a nice OC. remember, once you get past the point of like 42-45x, each 100MHz will cost ~ 40mV in vcore under load.
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Hi thanks for reply guys.

I want to note that my vcore on Hwmonitor is showing as high as 1.400V atm on max load with setings I posted above (+0.004v on turbo and +0.005v on vcore offset) on 4.5ghz. I ran prime test with it for 1h and everything seems ok. Also don't have booting problems with windows its great at 4.5. However I also want to note that I still can't boot while I could boot before (Windows) over 4.5ghz. Does it mean something broke? I didnt use internal PLL overvoltage before even when i put 5ghz on and windows booted. Why can't it load now?
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Hello! At 4.8Ghz,i'm prime95 stable for 3 hours and gaming sessions that are 3-4 hours are perfectly stable too but i get them annoying Kernel-Whea errors.I have PPL overvoltage disabled.Will enabling it help me remove these errors?
Voltage: 1.344V prime95 and 1.328V in games.
Why do people say LLC level 3 is better than 2 ? I use monstly level 2...
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From what it looks like in you screen shot you have only ran P95 for a few minutes. Thats not long enought to call it stable, run P95 for 8-12 hours.thumb.gif


You're right because I had to hold a fan in place just to keep it from throttling. I really want to get some waterblocks for the MOSFETs but no cash right now. I did however rig up a fan to "hang" in my case blowing at the VRM heatsinks. P95 has been running for about a half hr now using the recommended settings in the OC guide and I have seen my temps go up to 89C. If I run the in-place large FFTs torture test, which is what I have always used for stress testing I haven't seen the temps even go into the 80s.
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