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post #3121 of 6491
kizwan , thanks for your support, you have a asus motherboard too? very nice i can see my own bios in your ss . smile.gif
So everyting looks good , i should just do the prime test for some 8 hours and if no error appears i can stick with the setting i have now.
I am glad i am getting my first overclock with you guys helping me to tune it.
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Yes, I have P9X79 PRO motherboard too. biggrin.gif
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I turned turbo off, to run it always @4.6 any disadvantages or advantages? i am @36 multiplier
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Turbo off means you can't overclock…
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its @ 4.6 last time i checked they come at 3.6 ... having turbo off i believe it makes it run always at 4.6 without dropping frequency when not needed, what i would like to know is if its better to leave it on or off it terms of performance.


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Originally Posted by brunojosesimoes View Post

Wassup guys my name is Bruno and i have seen this topic when i bought my 3820 and i loved it, i decided to overclock it and got my hands on a h80i and a Cooler Master HAF X Case.
So i need some advice and i would like to share what i started before running an 8 hour prime stress test.
Motherboard is a asus p9x79 pro and I have my cpu overclocked with turbo off @ 4.6 ghz .
My 1866mhz memory (16gb) vengeance is now set at 1705mhz to get 4.6 ghz cause i would get about 4.8 ghz cpu overclock at the normal 1866.
Is there a problem to run a 1866 mhz memory at 1705?
my voltage is set to 1.304 what you think? it gets me 69 cº max is it too much voltage?

Anyway i just did an intel burntest at very high before going to stress it for 8 hours at prime.
HOME-CINEMA you are a master tongue.gif tell me if my 1 try looks nice or i should change something.




if you cant read the temps and results here is with better resolution: http://s7.postimg.org/kdlynkqiz/overclock_results_and_temps_burntest_very_high.png

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thanks, well its my 1 overclock but i read all your posts before doing it and realized what i would go for goal...still dont get if there are any advantages running turbo off , some people use it on others off..can u help me understand what is better?
I have 2x evga gtx670 ftw 2gb. overclocked with extra +75 mhz clock and +390 memory.-cant push more cause evga did a beast overclock with them using the 680 board.
If it was now i would buy 2x evga 680 but now i will just wait to see the new upcoming gpu gen and their performance to buy them,
Edited by brunojosesimoes - 5/23/13 at 10:24pm
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thanks, well its my 1 overclock but i read all your posts before doing it and realized what i would go for goal...still dont get if there are any advantages running turbo off , some people use it on others off..can u help me understand what is better?
I have 2x evga gtx670 ftw 2gb. overclocked with extra +75 mhz clock and +390 memory.-cant push more cause evga did a beast overclock with them using the 680 board.
If it was now i would buy 2x evga 680 but now i will just wait to see the new upcoming gpu gen and their performance to buy them,
Its really up to you what setting to run that at I suppose so it comes down to how stable your P95 run is gonna be . Turn it back on and re-do your settings if it you get BSOD and or up your vcore slightly and maybe raise the LLC setting wink.gif
Yeah wait and see . Make sure if you do go 7xx series get two or more of them cause one card only is a downgrade . Or maybe get another 670 FTW and go TRI SLI yessir.gif
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its @ 4.6 last time i checked they come at 3.6 ... having turbo off i believe it makes it run always at 4.6 without dropping frequency when not needed, what i would like to know is if its better to leave it on or off it terms of performance.


The CPU is actually overclocked. However, your CPU might not run at 4.6GHz all the time. Real Temp or Core Temp will be able to report accurate reading of the CPU frequency. I just tested your overclock settings & Real Remp show the CPU actually doesn't stay at 4.6GHz.



CPU-z show the CPU frequency is 4.6GHz because you set the non-turbo CPU multiplier ("CPU Ratio") to 36. Regarding the Turbo mode, when you set "CPU Ratio" to 36 multiplier or less, the ASUS BIOS will automatically disabled the Turbo mode because "CPU Ratio" is actually for setting the maximum non-turbo CPU multiplier. When only the CPU is fully loaded, it will run at 4.6GHz.



BTW, when you set "CPU Ratio" to 37 or higher multiplier, the ASUS BIOS will automatically enabled Turbo mode. Also whenever Turbo mode is disabled, the multiplier will max at 36 ("CPU Ratio" = Auto) because this is the maximum non-turbo multiplier for 3820. The only reason we can overclock even when Turbo mode is disabled is because we can use CPU STRAP, just like you did when you set "BCLK Frequency" to 128 (36 x 128 = 4608 MHz).

When overclocking, instead of using the "CPU Ratio", use "Turbo Ratio" ("By All Cores") to set the multiplier (remember to set "CPU Ratio" = Auto). You can easily get 4.6GHz like this.



To let your CPU to run at fixed frequency, you need to disabled CPU power management; C1E, C3, C6 & C7 and also disabled "Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology"). Leave the Turbo mode enabled. This is an example the CPU run at fixed frequency even when the CPU is not under load.



I can't think of any negative effect when running CPU at fixed frequency except power consumption when idle will be slightly higher. I also can't think of any advantages either but this might be useful for audio/video mixing/rendering.
Edited by kizwan - 5/24/13 at 2:47am
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alright guys i am gonna re-make the overclock and aim a litle higher... nice pics home , and i guess i will just keep the 2 gpu i have for a litle longer untill the 690 drops to a bit..i love the 690 benchmarks :S
i will post back the results and kizwan that was a very good lesson u gave me tongue.gif thank u bro i will feedback what did in bios too in a few moments.
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