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Yeah I closed everything and that bumped me up a little more. Was surprised I did this well without touching the ram yet.
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Yeah that looks better than before. Try to oc the ram a bit and you should be whooping up on me.
post #782 of 6072
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Yeah that looks better than before. Try to oc the ram a bit and you should be whooping up on me.

I wish that was the case. So overclocking my ram has caused me to drop from 4.6ghz at 1.29v to 4.5ghz at 1.32v

Temps are obviously a little higher as well. Is 78-80C at full load too high for 24/7
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Thats higher than I would expect. I am running 1.38 vcore at 4.625 and hit a max of 65ish doing prime or oct or any of the other big stress testers. I do have a h100 but still that sound high with you using a h80. Did you use the tim that came on it? or did you use something different? I never tried the corsair tim but bought some of the noctura tim instead.
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I was wondering, would you tell me, what is the reason for the "Gen3" boards? ..............sorry if this is an old question

OOPS! Sorry, just realized it's the upgrade to PCIe 3.0.
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Thats higher than I would expect. I am running 1.38 vcore at 4.625 and hit a max of 65ish doing prime or oct or any of the other big stress testers. I do have a h100 but still that sound high with you using a h80. Did you use the tim that came on it? or did you use something different? I never tried the corsair tim but bought some of the noctura tim instead.

Just used the tim that came on it. I saw a video of someone installing a h80 and he replaced the tim. I would have but there wasn't a local place to buy any good brands and I didn't want to wait lol.

But it seems my temps have gone up a ton when I added another 8gb of ram and OC'd the ram as well.

I was getting 4.6 at 1.29 at around 70-73
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I have a gigabyte x79 ud5 mobo with gskill ripjaws 1600mhz 4x2 (8gb) memory. I can't overclock this processor above 4.5ghz. I just get boot failure in the gigabyte UEfI screen. I don't really know what I am doing, I have tried looking for guides but it seems they all have the same way of doing it and that way forces boot failure for me. How exactly do I overclock to 4.7 or 4.8ghz like most of you. I have a noctua d14 se2011 cooler which should be more than adequate. Also at 4.3ghz is this normal?425
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I tried lowering my PLL voltage last night and it bottoms out at 1.8 on my board, so no go there.

I did however get offset voltages working with a 125 strap, and it works lowering and raising voltage as required. I achieved this using an offset of +.375 with an LLC of high (which is about 1.36-1.38v). I've read that LLC and offset don't really mix, but without the LLC setting the VDROOP is intense (around .04v) and my machine would crash every time it hit load.

I'm in for the chimp challenge, so I'm kinda settled for the time being, but I'll be playing more after the challenge ends.
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Question to "SimpleTech"
Are you the same "SimpleTech" as in the "Xtreme" forums?
.........................Wow! Just noticed your input regarding ASUS mbds. (Iam quite new here). Very compehensive thumb.gif.
I was wondering, would you tell me, what is the reason for the "Gen3" boards? ..............sorry if this is an old question

Yes I am. wheee.gif
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OOPS! Sorry, just realized it's the upgrade to PCIe 3.0.

Haha, sometimes the easiest things gets to the best of us. biggrin.gif

Note that Gen 3 boards require a Ivy Bridge CPU.


On a side note I found out the issue to my odd GFlops issue. Turns out it was HWiNFO and an odd memory leak.

Also had to increase the vcore a little more.

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Note that PCIE 3.0 requires an Ivy Bridge CPU.

Fixed for ya. biggrin.gif
 
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Note that Gen 3 boards require a Ivy Bridge CPU.

That's not true. X79 also supports PCI-E Gen 3.
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