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didn't notice where you have cpu-nb set....should be in the 2400 to 2600mhz area for your mild oc...it may need a small bump in it's voltage ...will give a nice gain in performance along will stability in oc wink.gif



if clocking the cpu close to 4ghz area you should run it at 2800mhz, max voltage it would require would be 1.3v but will probably be stable with alot less
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as i reread thread it looks like your all over the place as far as voltages and oc........you would probably do well to clear cmos and start from scratch ....set mb-nb to 1.21v
set cpu-nb to 1.3v (you will be decreasing this later)
set cpu-nb to 2800mhz
set cpu to 3.8mhz
set ram to 1333 with auto timings for now at recommended voltage
of course turn off c&q and any c-state settings..also turbo core and anything else not needed
should boot but if not bump cpu voltage till stable...once stable decrease cpu-nb voltage till it fails then bump back up
once all thats stable then time for ram.....

this is a fairly mild oc without pushing anything to hard so should result in decent temps.....on thubans after you pass the 3.8ghz area thats when they want more voltage and start making alot more heat....you can set the cpu-nb to 2600 and probably get by without any v increase but ram and cpu will oc better with it at 2800 in my experiance


i hope the 4v on mb-nb is a mistake??
Edited by mrinnocent - 2/12/12 at 2:21am
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Holy voltage fluctuation batman!

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Just had a quick and dirty go at 4GHz. Stable for 10 minutes (EDIT: 3 minutes..) or so p95 before I got called to do some work.
both NB at 1.2 and 2600
core at 1.4 and 200x20.
High 5 for 4GHz on not-suicide voltage although I knew this chip could do it. Core temp bottom right with 12C offset.

I left C1E on and stuff as I like that it only pulls 60W when not gaming, I might have to give that up for stable voltage and run that as a gmain OC profile.
Suggestions please on a low temp, low power "just checking my email" setup for everyday profile.
I have read elsewhere that AOD gets voltage wrong and I believe that at 4v my mobo would have popped long ago.

re the gfx, so far core stable at 900 stock volts. Going to push for 960 and beyond. Not testing two simultaneous OCs though, oh no.

Another edit: if NB at 2800 is recommended and will result in more stable core then I should crank this and can have less vcore, In theory? Saying that, I'd rather put the voltage where there is active cooling. I will see how stable this is and drop voltages where I can.
Edited by Mule - 2/14/12 at 9:55am
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post #14 of 16
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Chipset ghetto fan removed as it isn't actually making a difference.
Tried a two core at 2ghz setup - 141W so not bothering with that.
Vcore still fluctuating form 1.39 to 1.44, usually at 1.42 so I'll drop that a notch.HTT and NB at 1.2/26000 - push for 2800, is it worth it?
Also messing with fans to get more flow over the chipsets and a push/pull on the cpu.

also, with intel the cut for diminishing returns was always said to be 3.6. Does the same apply here or how hi should I aim for?
superpi1M is just over 17s, around the same as my QX67000@3.2.
Edited by Mule - 2/15/12 at 9:56am
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Sound loop crash in BC2.
4ghz 1.4v, 2600 CPUNB 1.2v, gfx core at 900 1.15v


stable in BC2 since:
gfx v to 1.175
gfc core clock 775
ht v to 1.2
cpunb to 2000
cpunb v 1.275
cpu to 3200
cpu v to 1.3

culprits:
NB
CPU
GFX

I'm going to have fun re-upclocking those one at a time... rolleyes.gif
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Missed out on the name "Thuban do eeet".
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Damn.

I don't see the point in leaving a 24/7 4ghz clock so sat at 3.6 and 1.3v 2600 on the NB.

No more pictures until I dort out the shameful mess that is my lack of cabe management.

to do: -
replace TIM the NB and VRMs
replace plastic things with proper screws on above heatsinks
sort out a proper mounting on the top fan - complete breakdown of the case for that.
dremel out the rear fan guard.
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