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post #8741 of 8750
That doesnt make sense at all, or is it just because you are using a sandy bridge chip? Can anybody explain this to me
post #8742 of 8750
Guys I need help, two weeks ago my cpu was stable at 4.4/.0023 turbo/level 3 llc. Almost 10 hours of prime 95.

And now it started crashing On gta v and also on prime 95. Is this a sign of cpu degredation?

Edit:
Well now this is weird, i have same settings two weeks ago but i cant hit 1.320
Vcore on my chip? ***? It hovers around 1.288. Is this a bug?
Edited by badogski29 - 5/22/15 at 6:51am
post #8743 of 8750
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Hi can I ask how did you get a max vcore of 1.368 when you only have a turbo of +0.004? Coz I have mine on a 0.027 and the maz vcore logged was 1.328. What level is your load line calibration?

The Vcore produced when using a specific offset + Turbo ( Example: +0.005 offset & +0.004 Turbo) will be different for every chip since its based on the VID
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post #8744 of 8750
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So I've passed the Prime test with x45 multi, but I'm a bit worried about my vcore and temp values during the test.

Vcore idle was around 1,016v, and the max during the test was 1,368v.



I'd like to push to x47 but I'm unsure as to how to proceed. My current offset is +0,005v and turbo is +0,004v.

Should I do the following:
1. Push the offset towards negative values to reduce the vcore, as long as I'm stable while idling
2. Once I hit the optimal offset, start increasing boost and than multi, until I'm able to pass prime with decent vcore and temps.

Does that make any sense?

If you want to fine tune your OC then you can use negative offset to decrease your idle. Decreasing offset will decrease your full load also so you will needed to make up the difference lost in full load Vcore by increasing your turbo.

You will want to get your offset and idle vcore where you want it to be first. Then change the multi and increase turbo if P95 fails.

I am currently using a -0.010 offset and +0.078 turbo

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post #8745 of 8750
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The Vcore produced when using a specific offset + Turbo ( Example: +0.005 offset & +0.004 Turbo) will be different for every chip since its based on the VID

Hey man, you seemed like you know a lot of stuff about this, so im gonna abuse your knowledge for a bit.

So 2 weeks ago, I had +.0005 and + .0027 for my offset and turbo respectively and for my llc i had it on level 3. I ram p95 for 10 hours and had no problems after that. Stable vcore was @1.320v

Fast forward today, GTA v would crash non stop. I checked what might be the problem and it was my vcore. It wont even hit 1.320 on p95. Is that even possible? It's floating around 1.28-1.312.

What did you use for stability test? and what are your settings for it?
Edited by badogski29 - 5/22/15 at 1:29pm
post #8746 of 8750
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Originally Posted by badogski29 View Post

Hey man, you seemed like you know a lot of stuff about this, so im gonna abuse your knowledge for a bit.

So 2 weeks ago, I had +.0005 and + .0027 for my offset and turbo respectively and for my llc i had it on level 3. I ram p95 for 10 hours and had no problems after that. Stable vcore was @1.320v

Fast forward today, GTA v would crash non stop. I checked what might be the problem and it was my vcore. It wont even hit 1.320 on p95. Is that even possible? It's floating around 1.28-1.312.

What did you use for stability test? and what are your settings for it?

You can't have a +0.0027 turbo since that is less the the minimum which is a +0.004, so you probably have a +0.027.

I'm not sure why your OC is now unstable but I would just increase tubo to around +0.036, then try playing GTA V and see if it crashes
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post #8747 of 8750
Thanks for the tip, makes it much clearer now.

I was also thinking about getting a new thermal paste and applying it to the processor, the current one is around 4 years old. Do you think this might make a difference for core temps?
post #8748 of 8750
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Thanks for the tip, makes it much clearer now.

I was also thinking about getting a new thermal paste and applying it to the processor, the current one is around 4 years old. Do you think this might make a difference for core temps?

It might bring your temps down a few C. Give it a shot thumb.gif
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post #8749 of 8750
Do you have llc enabled? If yes then at what level?

edit:

just lowered my oc a bit its @43 multi. This is really weird, I only need .0008 turbo for 43 multi. I'll settle for this rather than having such high temps.
Edited by badogski29 - Yesterday at 12:06 pm
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