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From what I read up to 1.4 has been so far deemed safe
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Frequency Expectations

CPU

The results below are based on the range of the CPU turbo multiplier when overclocking (sole multiplier).
Results are representative of 100 C0 and 20 C1 CPUs that were binned and tested for stability under load; these results will most likely represent retail CPUs. BE ADVISED CPU vid varies considerably for the same frequency between CPUs as always cooling also will affect CPU frequency scaling.

Approximately 90-100% of CPUs can go up to 4.5GHz
Approximately 80-90% of CPUs can go up to 4.6GHz
Approximately 60-70% of CPUs can go up to 4.7GHz
Approximately 40-50% of CPUs can go up to 4.8GHz
The remaining % can yield CPUs that may offer scaling up to and in excess of 50x turbo multipliers. These CPUs are in very low % margins and in addition voltage required will considerably vary (i.e 4.8GHz at 1.400 vs 4.8GHz at 1.500). In most situations due to the excessive wattage level that needs to be dissipated unless a extremely non leaky chip (low voltage operation is hard) frequencies exceeding 5.0GHz will not be achievable under air cooling configurations.
IMC (Integrated Memory Controller)

The results for IMC (memory divider frequency scaling) varies considerably. Most CPUs will hold 1600 in full 8 DIMM without issue although considerations for adjusted subtiming and VCCSA and VTT voltages will need to be considered as variance will come into play. It is

important to keep in mind profile specifications such as XMP are defined for broad / worst case CPUs as well as lower quality boards as such values defined may be inefficient (and in some cases overtly aggressive causes stability issues).

In addition for long term CPU lifespan and reduction of draw and heat considerations VCCSA and VTT value of 1.100 are advised. When exceeding 1600 speeds 1.150 to 1.200 may be required for 1866+ it is strongly advised you attempt lower operating voltage levels first and if all possible maintain 1.100 as your maximum. Considerations for defining and maintain a 1.200 can be considered but are still under analysis currently ASUS has reached frequencies in excess of 2800 in full 8 DIMM population when the quality of the IMC is high. Highest DRAM scaling has been achieved with 1.300 to 1.400 with currently no signs of issues until more analysis is completed though it is still only advised to use up to a maximum of 1.200v with an ideal recommendation for 1.100.

(In most situations most IMCs will not have an issue scaling up to 2133 in at least 4 DIMMs) when considering 8 DIMMs please consider validated minimum closer to 1600.
post #342 of 6380
had mine on 1.58v today 5.4ghz
I should game.
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If I try to adjust the strap to 125 it automatically sets the base clock to 125, and if I go back and set baseclock to 100 (while keeping strap at 125), it won't boot at all. It says "overclock failed". Is this normal? (My mouse and keyboard start to act funny after rebooting while using 125, so I have been running at 4.3 using a 100 baseclock and a 43 multi with no problems). Could I use a 107 bc while keeping the strap at 100 (using a multi of 43) for 4.6ghz? Or is it considered I good idea to stay away from custom base clocks?

Edit: See post below. (I am a goober)
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post #344 of 6380
Ok, I figured it out. For whatever reason having my mouse plugged into my keyboard is a no-no when running a 125 baseclock. Weird huh? Oh well. I plugged my mouse into my motherboard directly and no more hiccups. Back to rocking a 4.625 on a 125 strap/bc. This chip is killer. thumb.gif

Edit: My best Vantage score to date. Finally broke 32K.

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just finished building my sabretooth & 3820 now and started OCing. What is normal for these chips? Im currently running on 4.75Ghz @ 1.368vcore. Temp are 62celcius after 15 minutes of prime and everything seems stable.
 
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just finished building my sabretooth & 3820 now and started OCing. What is normal for these chips? Im currently running on 4.75Ghz @ 1.368vcore. Temp are 62celcius after 15 minutes of prime and everything seems stable.

That's the ball park my chip plays in. If it holds then nice OC thumb.gif
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post #347 of 6380
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Ok, I figured it out. For whatever reason having my mouse plugged into my keyboard is a no-no when running a 125 baseclock. Weird huh? Oh well. I plugged my mouse into my motherboard directly and no more hiccups. Back to rocking a 4.625 on a 125 strap/bc. This chip is killer. thumb.gif
Edit: My best Vantage score to date. Finally broke 32K.
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post #348 of 6380
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That's the ball park my chip plays in. If it holds then nice OC thumb.gif

Upped the multiplier with same voltage so 4.875Ghz seems stable @1.368Vcore.

What is annoying is that my External HDD and DVD are set as primary station togheter with my SSD so it shows up as 5.9 on that windows scale. Anybody know how I fix that?
 
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Upped the multiplier with same voltage so 4.875Ghz seems stable @1.368Vcore.
What is annoying is that my External HDD and DVD are set as primary station togheter with my SSD so it shows up as 5.9 on that windows scale. Anybody know how I fix that?

By default windows benches the drive its installed to. And if you use the registry to move the default location for Program Files to another drive, Windows will bench that drive instead.
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By default windows benches the drive its installed to. And if you use the registry to move the default location for Program Files to another drive, Windows will bench that drive instead.

I installed windows when the SSD was in my Asus p5p55d deluxe motherboard and it scored a 7.9 then I just plugged it in my new build and it now shows up as 5.9 despite it is now connected to the sata6Gb/s slot. I've unplugged the Ext HDD and it did'nt help.

All windows files are installed on the SSD

For some reason I don't get that pirated windows version anymore when switching mobos. I used to but not anymore
 
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