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post #11 of 17
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good call on the ram ill check that out. i have tried both level 5 @45x @1.35V = CPU-Z CoreVoltage of 1.044v idle - 1.056 load. (which is weird) and then level 4 again exactly the same results...
also i have all power saver stuff off....
im going to try at 44 @1.325V.
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post #12 of 17
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running at 44x, level 5 and 1.325V in BIOS... still reading 1.044V and 1.056V in CPU-Z

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haha passes IBT. but i only did 10 passes
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post #13 of 17
your cpu-z and core temp arent accurate, core temp never really is

ive got cpu-z version 1.58.7 and its working for me

actually in touch bios, go to PC health status or whatever its called and it should tell vcore there

btw when i said the 1.244-1.356V, that was under load, when idle or general use its around 1.332V

and if 45 aint stable, go down to 44

check vcore in touch bios PC Status tab, when idle and when under load

do a custom P95 blend too with 90% of available RAM eg. for 8GB use 6500mb in P95
post #14 of 17
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yeah it was a different VCore in the PC Health

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post #15 of 17
Use PC health to monitor your voltages, it gives me the same reading as the working version of CPU-Z
See hhow that goes with 44 multi, then bump upto 45 and so on
Use thw quick method to get an idea of how stable your OC is, the 1344 and 1792 FFT lengths, do each seperately for 30 mins each to get an idea, if its stable bump up the multi
When you get to a point where you found your highest multi stable in these short tests, do a custom blend for 24 hrs
post #16 of 17
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the quick method?? sorry my first OC and all i know how to with prime is a blend and a custom with a specific amount of RAM. ive been using IBT for quick results.
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post #17 of 17
yh its a quick method to give you an idea of how stable it is, but never replace it for the ful 24hr burn


what you have to do is, when you open up prime 95,in the custom bit for the small FFT length put in 1344 and 1344 for the largest one too, then set RAM too to 90% and set intervals to 1 min from 15

do that for half an hour then run it again but change the FFT values to 1792 both for small and large
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