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Thanks guys. I just don't understand how people with similar setups and cooling have such lower temps...and some at higher clocks? I'm usually at 58 when I run P95..
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If I want to try and push farther, will I have to disable the power saving features? I'm at 4.3 now using only the multi....
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post #663 of 6491
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Originally Posted by MAKATTACK View Post

Thanks guys. I just don't understand how people with similar setups and cooling have such lower temps...and some at higher clocks? I'm usually at 58 when I run P95..

All chips are different man, it's the luck of the draw.
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If I want to try and push farther, will I have to disable the power saving features? I'm at 4.3 now using only the multi....

If you use anything other than a 100 strap, it will disable automatically IIRC.
 
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I'm getting q-code 00 now on my 3820 rig. Any ideas on what might be wrong?
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I'm getting q-code 00 now on my 3820 rig. Any ideas on what might be wrong?

What does the manual say a 00 code means?
 
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post #666 of 6491
00 is 'not used'.
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Quick question for anyone that knows.

I'm not the most smartest overclocker in the world but I know voltage is key and too much is bad so I usually setup from the default overclock profile in the bios and from that I decrease the voltages to a lower setting for a better running cooler system.

Well I have an Asrock Xtreme 4 board and I used the 4.8 setting in the bios and from that I turned the voltages down and it looked good in the bios and it seems to be running cooler than before.

On my old I7 920 it never showed the actual watts so I wasn't sure how many watts it was getting I simply went on the voltage in the bios but on this new I7 3820 it shows the wattage it's getting in core temp and I see that this is getting around 150W when the max is supposed to be 130 I believe?

Is that bad or normal on a overclocked I7 3820?
It seems to be running cooler for being clocked so high and it's actually rock solid but I figured I would write and ask if somebody knew so I don't end up damaging something in case it's not supposed to break 130 even with a over clock.

Thanks amigos.

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post #668 of 6491
I'm pretty sure the 130W TDP of the 3820 is for stock settings. My 2500K was a 95W chip and after overclocking Core Temp would show up to 150W in Linpack tests, or 110W under Prime.

Also, everything I about that output reading says it's very inaccurate. You probably need some monitoring hardware right on your board if you want the real number, or maybe a Kill A Watt placed right at the plug would give you an idea about the increased draw when overclocked, versus draw at stock.
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Finally, with help of many users here, i set an stable Oc for 24/7

4.514mhz - ht on at 1.288vCore
43*105 blck

2240 mhz at 12-12-12-36 at 1.55vdim

temps about 62º max, with 800 rpm cpu fan

vtt: 1.20v
vccsa: 1.20v
pll: 1.5v

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i passed prime95 for 6 hours, and IBT 20 times, at very high memory

thank you all for your support
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Quote:
Originally Posted by darivo View Post

Finally, with help of many users here, i set an stable Oc for 24/7
4.514mhz - ht on at 1.288vCore
43*105 blck
2240 mhz at 12-12-12-36 at 1.55vdim
temps about 62º max, with 800 rpm cpu fan
vtt: 1.20v
vccsa: 1.20v
pll: 1.5v
2f8c7dc57fcea2bf773b923c8b4a1b56o.jpg
i passed prime95 for 6 hours, and IBT 20 times, at very high memory
thank you all for your support

That's a nice voltage you've got there. Also thanx for posting the VTT / VCCSA / PLL you're using, I'm curious to see what others are using on these.
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