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post #51 of 62
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sure, my temps normally are around 30-35, under prime they jump to 65-67. The fans are rather loud, but that is mainly due to me not being able to close the case as the new heatsink / fan is too big, I will look for a new case tomorrow at Scan Computers (cheap).


Ai Overclock Tuner Manual
CPU From CPU Level Up Auto
CPU Ratio Setting 21
Intel SpeedStep Tech Disabled
BCLK Frequency 159
PCIE Frequency 100
DRam Frequency DDR3-1594MHz
ULK Frequency Auto
QPI Link data Rate Auto
Asus / 3rd Party UI Priority Asus Utility

>DRAM Timing Control

CPU Voltage Control Manual
CPU Voltage 1.30000
CPU PLL Voltage Auto
QPI/DRam Core Voltage Auto
IOH Voltage Auto
IOH PCI Voltage Auto
ICH Voltage Auto
ICH PCIE Voltage Auto
DRam Bus Voltage Auto
Dram DATA REF Voltage on CHA Auto
Dram CTRL REF Voltage on CHA Auto
Dram DATA REF Voltage on CHB Auto
Dram CTRL REF Voltage on CHB Auto
Dram DATA REF Voltage on CHC Auto
Dram CTRL REF Voltage on CHC Auto

Load-Line Calibration Auto
CPU Differential Amplitude Auto
CPU Clock Skew Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum Auto
IOH Clock Skew Auto
PCIE Spread Spectrum Auto
post #52 of 62
i love my 920... its been at 4ghz for almost 2 year now. I just upgraded the loop and plan to take it as high as i can keep it stable. Right now my OC is @ 1.28v
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 920 D0 4.2ghz @ 1.45v Gigabyte X58-USB3 MSI HD7970 1100/1500@Stock 12gb Patriot Viper 2 Sector 7 DDR3 2000 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Patriot Pyro 120GB SSD + (3) 160GB WD in Raid5 Rasa 750 RS240 Kit Phobya Extreme 200mm Heatkiller 3.0 Radeon HD7970 GPU Block 
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Win7 64-bit Antec Earthwatts 750w Corsair Graphite 600T 
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Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Patriot Pyro 120GB SSD + (3) 160GB WD in Raid5 Rasa 750 RS240 Kit Phobya Extreme 200mm Heatkiller 3.0 Radeon HD7970 GPU Block 
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post #53 of 62
Thread Starter 
yours is a D0 though Faded
post #54 of 62
Quote:

Ai Overclock Tuner Manual
CPU From CPU Level Up Auto
CPU Ratio Setting 21
Intel SpeedStep Tech Disabled
BCLK Frequency 159
PCIE Frequency 100
DRam Frequency DDR3-1594MHz
ULK Frequency Auto
QPI Link data Rate Auto
Asus / 3rd Party UI Priority Asus Utility
>DRAM Timing Control
CPU Voltage Control Manual
CPU Voltage 1.30000
CPU PLL Voltage Auto
QPI/DRam Core Voltage Auto 1.35 try this, it would probably require more since you're @24gb
IOH Voltage Auto
IOH PCI Voltage Auto
ICH Voltage Auto
ICH PCIE Voltage Auto
DRam Bus Voltage Auto 1.65
Dram DATA REF Voltage on CHA Auto
Dram CTRL REF Voltage on CHA Auto
Dram DATA REF Voltage on CHB Auto
Dram CTRL REF Voltage on CHB Auto
Dram DATA REF Voltage on CHC Auto
Dram CTRL REF Voltage on CHC Auto
Load-Line Calibration Auto LLC2
CPU Differential Amplitude Auto
CPU Clock Skew Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum Auto Disabled
IOH Clock Skew Auto
PCIE Spread Spectrum Auto Disabled

Also I'm not sure what are your memory timings but try to set them manually:
ras laterncy 8
ras to cas 8
ras precharge 8
precharge delay 24
should be at the top of the bios page
timing mode 1N

also find advanced tab in bios and DISABLE C1E support, find C state options and DIsable those as well.

Try these for start and let us know.
post #55 of 62
Thread Starter 
hmm, pc has been acting very strangely, so I turned off the overclock, crashed three times since anyway, think I have damaged something?

I rebuilt the pc at the weekend as I needed a new case, I guess that may not be a coincidence
post #56 of 62
Thread Starter 
Hmm, I can't play anything taxing at all currently, here is a copy of a post I made elsewhere looking for help:-

Had several reboots recently, whenever I run games with lots of sounds and fast action. The system was fine before the weekend, I rebuilt the system at the weekend due to needing a new case. I see nothing wrong inside, but I could be missing something.

Whenever I switch on the PC, it turns itself off again after a few seconds and back on again, it does this twice each time, booting to windows fine on third time always.
Also the dvd drive is not showing in my computer, until I insert a disc, then it shows, vanishing again after taking the disc out.

I am running the latest drivers, I think, and latest windows 7 updates.

Any advice appreciated.

As I stated in the previous post, no overclock is active currently. Is there a way to what temps my cpu is hitting when it crashes?
post #57 of 62
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hmm, is this normal?

332

Core speed is hovering around 1600 mostly, and hitting 2600 ish every now and then. Or is that the power saving?
post #58 of 62
Thread Starter 
still crashing when I run something like Battlefield 3, on checking the log of RealTemp I see that the temps are OK, but that the cpu is running at higher than expected frequency, remembering that it is still not overclock, any ideas? its an I7 920 2.66

03/16/12 18:59:30 2806.43 54 52 54 51 40.9
03/16/12 18:59:35 2806.43 55 50 54 51 41.5
03/16/12 18:59:40 2806.43 53 48 51 49 27.6
03/16/12 18:59:45 2806.43 53 54 50 52 42.2
03/16/12 18:59:50 2806.43 55 53 51 52 42.1
03/16/12 18:59:55 2806.43 55 53 51 51 41.9
03/16/12 19:00:00 2806.43 55 50 51 49 36.9
03/16/12 19:00:05 2806.43 55 51 50 51 38.0
03/16/12 19:00:10 2806.43 54 49 51 51 35.9
03/16/12 19:00:15 2806.43 54 48 50 48 31.7
03/16/12 19:00:20 2806.43 54 48 50 49 30.3
03/16/12 19:00:25 2806.43 54 48 50 48 30.4
03/16/12 19:00:30 2806.43 54 48 50 49 30.6
03/16/12 19:00:35 2806.43 54 48 50 48 28.7
03/16/12 19:00:40 2806.43 54 49 53 49 31.9
03/16/12 19:00:50 2806.43 54 52 52 51 37.7
03/16/12 19:00:55 2806.43 53 51 50 50 30.1
03/16/12 19:01:00 2806.43 54 51 52 50 36.5
post #59 of 62
1.first of all set all your volts manually
2.put your ram to its rated speed and volts manually
3.try 150X20 with low vcore and see if pass stress test
4.and dont be scared when overclocking biggrin.gif
Edited by Xclock - 3/16/12 at 1:30pm
post #60 of 62
Thread Starter 
Aye i'm fine to have a go at overclocking, but I think I need to fix whats wrong first frown.gif
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