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post #731 of 6510
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Originally Posted by Shev7chenko View Post

Hi everyone.
I have been following this thread for a while. I am building a new rig around the 3820 and I am now only waiting to buy a sabertooth x79 and a NH-D14 SE2011. My question to you all is if this chip can hit 4.3ghz without changing anything else. Stock volts and power saving features.
Thanks.

It definitely should. You just need to set the memory timings and voltage manually. Some boards will overvolt the vcssa and vtt if you use the xmp settings.
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Some can, some can't. Why are you against changing any settings?

It is not that I am against it. I just want to see how much I can get out of it without adding voltage or even undervolting it.

Hopefully I can get it to 4.3 with nothing more than a multi change.
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post #733 of 6510
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It definitely should. You just need to set the memory timings and voltage manually. Some boards will overvolt the vcssa and vtt if you use the xmp settings.

Thanks for the input.
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post #734 of 6510
I got mine last Friday and just put it together on Monday...did 7 hours prime last night very happy with this chip ..it makes my i7 950 look old really old.

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Just put my rig together this week. Not yet overclocking as just testing all pieces, but can't get good stock temps.

Getting 65C in Prime95 at stock speed.

First I was using about 5 year old AS5 and got same temps. So I cleaned it using Arctic clean and cleaned the heatsink as best I could. Then I used the Cooler Master TIM that came with the Hyper 212 EVO cooler.

Maybe I am not applying the TIM correctly. Anyone here using same cooler and included compound, if so how did you apply and what temps at stock load do you see?

I touched the heat pipes at base and they barely feel even warm. When I applied the TIM I used 2 lines towards middle of CPU. The lines ended 1/4 up on each side so they did not extend to edge of CPU.
I figured the BB sized dot in middle was too little for such a big CPU like the LGA 2011 ones. Just trying to see if I applied TIM wrong or maybe have defective cooler or CPU that runs too hot.
I mean if I get 65C at stock, what the heck am I going to see when I OC frown.gif
Edited by jfcarbel - 5/11/12 at 1:44am
post #736 of 6510
OK two notches down on voltages 7 hours over night stable on Prime again ....and gonna see how low i can go ..with vcore

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Ok,

So my computer booted from cold last night just fine, but due to the problems Ramsey had, I decided to re-work my overclock and do some testing. I had mentioned previously that my 7970 wouldn't run at PCI-E gen 3 even though the BIOS was set to gen 3. After restoring the BCLK to 100 my card runs at gen 3 as expected. So the BCLK is definately tied to the PCI-E bus, contrary to what I had stated earlier. My applogies for the misinformation.

I've started messing with a 125 strap (I booted to 5ghz for kicks last night), but I'm having a heck of a time getting it to boot to windows with an offset voltage value. Is anyone out there running at > 100 strap with an offset successfully? If so what settings are you running?
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post #738 of 6510
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Originally Posted by jfcarbel View Post

Just put my rig together this week. Not yet overclocking as just testing all pieces, but can't get good stock temps.
Getting 65C in Prime95 at stock speed.
First I was using about 5 year old AS5 and got same temps. So I cleaned it using Arctic clean and cleaned the heatsink as best I could. Then I used the Cooler Master TIM that came with the Hyper 212 EVO cooler.
Maybe I am not applying the TIM correctly. Anyone here using same cooler and included compound, if so how did you apply and what temps at stock load do you see?
I touched the heat pipes at base and they barely feel even warm. When I applied the TIM I used 2 lines towards middle of CPU. The lines ended 1/4 up on each side so they did not extend to edge of CPU.
I figured the BB sized dot in middle was too little for such a big CPU like the LGA 2011 ones. Just trying to see if I applied TIM wrong or maybe have defective cooler or CPU that runs too hot.
I mean if I get 65C at stock, what the heck am I going to see when I OC frown.gif
I used a pea size dot and it worked wonderfully. Tim is only suppose to fill in imperfections, not create a layer between the two. Sounds like you used to much tim
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Thanks I will redo tonight. When you say pea size that seems like it might be an awful lot. I know I saw in another forum someone clearified and said its more like between a BB Pellet and a Pea.

Also can others please post load temps at stock speed as their is not much I have to compare as most are posting OC temps here.
It would be especially helpful for those that own the same 212 EVO cooler as me.

If I try a 3rd time and its still this hot, what is likely hood that processor is one that runs too hot or a defective cooler, do these happen?

I am on my 5th build in last 12 years and always had great temps before, so just wondering if I got a bad CPU or cooler.
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Anyone have an idea when will the next revision/stepping be released? Most that i've seen are C2/7.
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