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post #4671 of 6499
damn NINJA's sneaky bastids biggrin.gif

all hope is not lost... and IB-E users all running the same bios I'm sure?

did anyone try out Shammy's 0023 bios? supposed to provide improvements over 4.7Ghz... verification failed on the Gene, it's for the IV Extreme.
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damn NINJA's sneaky bastids biggrin.gif

all hope is not lost... and IB-E users all running the same bios I'm sure?

did anyone try out Shammy's 0023 bios? supposed to provide improvements over 4.7Ghz... verification failed on the Gene, it's for the IV Extreme.
Watched that video... interesting board needs a debug led tongue.gif
Damn bios's mad.gif
post #4673 of 6499
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0.02 IS LOADS!

I will try later, can I ask how much BCLK adjustment these things like? I'm at 107*43, still on 100 strap, but now pulling reasonable clockspeed, what are the chances im gonna get to 109.1 so I can get 4.7?
What is the Vcore when fully loaded? Mine 106*43 when fully loaded max to 1.4V but not all the time. Most of the time 1.392V. Regarding 109*43, you won't know until you try it.

Prime95 ~90% memory 1 hour, LLC High, offset +0.05, 32C ambient, SP120 x 5 @60% speed, VRM 59C


The lowest Vcore is not 0.816V. That AISuite messing with the reading. Lowest Vcore is 1.088V.
Edited by kizwan - 9/29/13 at 2:41am
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hello guys!
here is an image of ibt.
What do you think? is a good result?
I use the computer only to work with 3D CAD and FEM analysis.
I can be sure that the PC does not explode biggrin.gif

post #4675 of 6499
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It wont explode mate , it will last forever at that clock and vcore smile.gif
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hello guys!here is an image of ibt.What do you think? is a good result?I use the computer only to work with 3D CAD and FEM analysis.I can be sure that the PC does not explode :D[IMG ALT=""]http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1678351/width/350/height/700[/IMG]

You must have HyperThreading off to be getting those Gflops.
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I'm having a tough time w/ the IMC on this particular 3820 I have.

I can't get it stable enough to post at 1600. This is RAM that is rated for 1600 and I've taken it to 2000@1.65v on Ivy. I'm stuck at 1333. I've tried 1.64v for RAM and worked on VCSA w/ no help. Does more RAM V put more VCORE requirements on the 3820.

What are the tricks you guys are running?
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You must have HyperThreading off to be getting those Gflops.
You're right. What should I do? I enable HyperThreading or not.
Without HyperThreading get 117 Gflops.
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.[/quote]You're right. What should I do? I enable HyperThreading or not.Without HyperThreading get 117 Gflops.

You're a CAD guy like me. HT helps w/ rendering mostly, video or images. Most CAD stuff only really benefit from physical processors, so HT off won't hurt the CAD apps, neither does having it on.

Don't bother w/ what IBT says about HT and Gflops it doesn't interpret HT correctly.
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I'm having a tough time w/ the IMC on this particular 3820 I have.

I can't get it stable enough to post at 1600. This is RAM that is rated for 1600 and I've taken it to 2000@1.65v on Ivy. I'm stuck at 1333. I've tried 1.64v for RAM and worked on VCSA w/ no help. Does more RAM V put more VCORE requirements on the 3820.

What are the tricks you guys are running?

What is the level of LLC for the VCCSA? I've found setting that to high is good for getting the ram stable (I don't think you should need to to run at the rated speeds though). You could try loosening the timings a bit, or giving it 1.67v .. .
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