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I meant with all memory being used. tongue.gif
post #572 of 6485
yes I'll do it but the test is long
sorry for my english:rolleyes:
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post #574 of 6485
one quick question

if you work with CPU strap to 125, the idle state downclock the multiplier and the vcore (in offset mode)????

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When I first purchased this chip, I could run 4.625 at 1.35V, Now I need about 1.365 V to make this stable.
Is this kind of degradation speed normal?
post #576 of 6485
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When I first purchased this chip, I could run 4.625 at 1.35V, Now I need about 1.365 V to make this stable.
Is this kind of degradation speed normal?

Yep, SB-E has a break in period of about two weeks. Then you'll need a tad more voltage to be stable.
    
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post #577 of 6485
*Sad face*
Well I'm still quite content with my choice of 3820 over IVB, guess I just need to pick up the power bill with stout heart.
post #578 of 6485
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*Sad face*
Well I'm still quite content with my choice of 3820 over IVB, guess I just need to pick up the power bill with stout heart.

The heat with SBe is less than IVB it seems. Just look at your saving money by not using as much juice by having to run your fans at a much lower speed to maintain your higher overclock biggrin.gifthumb.gif
post #579 of 6485
Hi guys, another neophyte in overclocking here..just a small question.
In the bios (Sabertooth X79), when trying to change BCLK frequency, do I just type in the value, or use the CPU strap option?
I am trying to emulate what others have done, but I constantly am beset with failure to post...possibly due to anemic power supply.
Just hoping I don't blow anything up...I'd appreciate any input on the matter! smile.gif
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post #580 of 6485
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Hi guys, another neophyte in overclocking here..just a small question.
In the bios (Sabertooth X79), when trying to change BCLK frequency, do I just type in the value, or use the CPU strap option?
I am trying to emulate what others have done, but I constantly am beset with failure to post...possibly due to anemic power supply.
Just hoping I don't blow anything up...I'd appreciate any input on the matter! smile.gif

Fill out your system specs in your profile under my rig. It makes it easier to see what you're working with. Yes, the Strap is what you want to use.
Edited by Ramsey77 - 4/29/12 at 9:01pm
 
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