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run intel burn test on standard. id like to see what your gflops are
post #292 of 6491
Hey all,

Just got the new box running tonight and I'm getting everything set up. My question is about the CPU temps. I noticed a big difference in temps among the cores. Sometimes as much as 10C when ALL CORES are running maxed. Is this normal? I'm wondering if my cpu cooler is on even or what.

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post #293 of 6491
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Originally Posted by Maximuscr31 View Post

run intel burn test on standard. id like to see what your gflops are

Here it is.

517

While the overclock as described worked in other scenarios, i did have to up my voltages a few times to get it through this bench.

After stepping up a couple of times i just got impatient and went in at 1.35 vcore, and while i was there i upped the vtt to 1.15. Though with the extra heat my headroom for improving on this overclock is quickly disappearing lol. And theres no way im gonna use the second or third setting on my H80 since its far too loud.

I might be able to shed a little off these voltages when i have time. Either way they are both at pretty safe levels.
Edited by Psymn - 3/30/12 at 5:29am
post #294 of 6491
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Here it is.
517
While the overclock as described worked in other scenarios, i did have to up my voltages a few times to get it through this bench.
After stepping up a couple of times i just got impatient and went in at 1.35 vcore, and while i was there i upped the vtt to 1.15. Though with the extra heat my headroom for improving on this overclock is quickly disappearing lol. And theres no way im gonna use the second or third setting on my H80 since its far too loud.
I might be able to shed a little off these voltages when i have time. Either way they are both at pretty safe levels.

How is it possible that your gflops are that high? People running at 5ghz on this forum have not posted that high? Is it because of the 133 strap? I really dont care about what gflops im getting, but just curious.

Also i tried using XMP profile with 2000mhz for my ram timings and disabled Hyper Threading last night. Everything is still stable.
However, I reran pcmark 7 basic and lost about 150 points compared to running manual overclock and keeping HT on. What's up with that? I'm still using 125 X 37. Does XMP change anything else besides ram times?

Am i better off changing it back to manual overclock and adjusting my ram timings? I heard a couple of you had some issues posting when doing this though.

We have a benchmarking competition coming up at work and im trying to get the highest score i can on pcmark 7 and 3dmark 11. We must run 20 passes of IBT to make sure its stable first.

I'm just curious what other tweaks I should try to get a higher score.

So far I have 5394 on pcmark7 on manual overclock and 11173 on 3dmark11 with my 480's at 800mhz core and 1900mhz memory.
Edited by B3AST - 3/30/12 at 8:45am
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So anyone tried it like intel did? nerdsmiley.png

40x with just 95mhz and 1.25 ratio should be ok no? with ram at 2218mhz, Ok except Turbo Wattage & adv. voltage will be lower.

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post #296 of 6491
Hello mates

i will on this club very soon tongue.gif

i have a Rampage IV Formula with 3820 (noctua d14) and GEIL Corsa EVO (4mods x2GB, at 2133 cas 1.5vdim)

now im very noob on intel systems (always AMD!)

and i have some questions about, i hope someone can help me.

how can i overclock my cpu? with Straps or BLCK?? with BLCK i think all the systems is overclock, and Straps only for CPU (am i wrong??)
what is better option??

i was reading about XMP profiles.... but is better overclock manually Ram?

one spreadsheet with overclocks of all users and their parameters (like others clubs) will be very great!! (i know is very hard to work...)

thanks!!!
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How is it possible that your gflops are that high? People running at 5ghz on this forum have not posted that high? Is it because of the 133 strap? I really dont care about what gflops im getting, but just curious.
Also i tried using XMP profile with 2000mhz for my ram timings and disabled Hyper Threading last night. Everything is still stable.
However, I reran pcmark 7 basic and lost about 150 points compared to running manual overclock and keeping HT on. What's up with that? I'm still using 125 X 37. Does XMP change anything else besides ram times?
Am i better off changing it back to manual overclock and adjusting my ram timings? I heard a couple of you had some issues posting when doing this though.
We have a benchmarking competition coming up at work and im trying to get the highest score i can on pcmark 7 and 3dmark 11. We must run 20 passes of IBT to make sure its stable first.
I'm just curious what other tweaks I should try to get a higher score.
So far I have 5394 on pcmark7 on manual overclock and 11173 on 3dmark11 with my 480's at 800mhz core and 1900mhz memory.

on my 4.625 oc i got a 5779 on pcmark
http://3dmark.com/pcm7/311813
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I have lame question, as far as case fans are concerned.
I have ASUS P9X79
One COOLER Arctic Fan F12 PWM 1200rpm max
One COOLER Arctic Fan F9 PWM 1800rpm max
and one unknown cooler with my CASE CoolerMaster Elite 500rpm still
Now Im curious about rpm and PWM. Im struggling about it.
I use Asus suite II - Fan xpert+ for controlling RPM. And only which works 100% is control rpm of my Noctua CPU fan and COOLER Arctic Fan F12 PWM . My Fan F9 PWM has sometimes 1800 still despite of custom rpm which I set up, just doesnt work according to my settings(sometimes it works, for 1-2changes, then it doesnt)
Coller with my case has 500rpm no matter what.
Now here comes my question. Is there another way how to regulate rpm of fans (I tried bios, its connected with Suite II)? Where could be the problem with not changing rpm of my fans according to my settings? Its necessary to have fan with PWM mark in order to regulate rpm? or not.
For instance if I want to buy http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=4375 its possible to regulate rpm?
note: how about this SCYTHE KM02-BK-5.25 Kaze ACE?
Thanks for explanation

Best way to control fan rpm's is with a separate fan controller that you would put in your 5.25 inch drive bay.

Something like this should work fine:
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How is it possible that your gflops are that high? People running at 5ghz on this forum have not posted that high? Is it because of the 133 strap? I really dont care about what gflops im getting, but just curious.

Im assuming its because im not using the strap option. Im just overclocking the BLCk from 100 to 133. I have left the strap untouched.
I hear this will overclock the entire motherboard and could cause durability issues. Though as it stands all heat is under control and its perfectly stable so im going to stick with it until it gives me a reason to change smile.gif

As for HT, most synthetic benchmarks are sympathetic to HT since they assume more cores = better and the way their benchmarks are derived reflect that. Though we all know that doesnt translate into real world games so imo HT is best left disabled.
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on my 4.625 oc i got a 5779 on pcmark
http://3dmark.com/pcm7/311813

Why is your processor clock show 1500mhz on the pcmark details? What are your settings in your bios that your using exactly that isn't default? Would love to get that high of a score.



EDIT:

Nevermind, I found the culprit. I set my cpu strap to 125mhz as well. Set it back to auto and now im getting 5809 on pcmark!

http://3dmark.com/pcm7/312060
Edited by B3AST - 3/30/12 at 5:41pm
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