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Antec 1100 case with 4 additional intakes (one of them is currently off because I dont have a long enough cable.)

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I will add up all the CFMs and see, I do have room to put 2 120mm fans that blow on the GPU/CPU/Noctua but my main concern is that it will also push the air away from the 2 exhausts, I was actually going to put a exhaust right on the side of the case. That way there are 3 exhausts. But I did not do that.

As far as the voltages go, it COMPLETELY beats me. When I go into the BIOS setting, it shows my voltage at 1.216 and then when I am booted into my OS and running the AI Suite 2 it shows it as 1.37. Which is the right one? Also its set to auto voltage. Does this mean that the voltage will drop down on its own when possible ? I am sorry this is driving me a little crazy.
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I will add up all the CFMs and see, I do have room to put 2 120mm fans that blow on the GPU/CPU/Noctua but my main concern is that it will also push the air away from the 2 exhausts, I was actually going to put a exhaust right on the side of the case. That way there are 3 exhausts. But I did not do that.
As far as the voltages go, it COMPLETELY beats me. When I go into the BIOS setting, it shows my voltage at 1.216 and then when I am booted into my OS and running the AI Suite 2 it shows it as 1.37. Which is the right one? Also its set to auto voltage. Does this mean that the voltage will drop down on its own when possible ? I am sorry this is driving me a little crazy.

Generally, yes, it is going to throttle down while the system is at idle when on "Auto". It is also going to deliver more voltage than needed in most cases under load. I would set to manual voltage, or try using offset if the board allows it.
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I will add up all the CFMs and see, I do have room to put 2 120mm fans that blow on the GPU/CPU/Noctua but my main concern is that it will also push the air away from the 2 exhausts, I was actually going to put a exhaust right on the side of the case. That way there are 3 exhausts. But I did not do that.
As far as the voltages go, it COMPLETELY beats me. When I go into the BIOS setting, it shows my voltage at 1.216 and then when I am booted into my OS and running the AI Suite 2 it shows it as 1.37. Which is the right one? Also its set to auto voltage. Does this mean that the voltage will drop down on its own when possible ? I am sorry this is driving me a little crazy.

Check the Voltages with CPU-Z, and the post above me is right. Depending on your setup, offset or fixed, you voltage will have a large fluctuation between load and idle.

Read that guide! If you start from the bottom, set everything to manual and work your way up, you won't run into these issues. Also, make sure that the AI Suite 2 doesn't run on start up, and apply its own settings every time it is open. I know that my ASRock ATXU (same type of mother board OC software) has settings to run it at windows start up, and apply OC settings at start up.
 
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post #25 of 39
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I will add up all the CFMs and see, I do have room to put 2 120mm fans that blow on the GPU/CPU/Noctua but my main concern is that it will also push the air away from the 2 exhausts, I was actually going to put a exhaust right on the side of the case. That way there are 3 exhausts. But I did not do that.
As far as the voltages go, it COMPLETELY beats me. When I go into the BIOS setting, it shows my voltage at 1.216 and then when I am booted into my OS and running the AI Suite 2 it shows it as 1.37. Which is the right one? Also its set to auto voltage. Does this mean that the voltage will drop down on its own when possible ? I am sorry this is driving me a little crazy.


Dont use asus AI suite for measuring temps or voltages, they are incorrect. Make sure you are using CPUZ for voltages. Also, what do you have LLC set at? With the way I have mine set the load and idle voltages are the same with no droop.

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post #26 of 39
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The board allows offset, I am not sure what to believe, below are the screen shots which show voltages while in the Os and from the bios. They are very different!

Please let me know what to do and how so that I can do that :-). Thanks a TON.

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The board allows offset, I am not sure what to believe, below are the screen shots which show voltages while in the Os and from the bios. They are very different!
Please let me know what to do and how so that I can do that :-). Thanks a TON. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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OK, now we are talking!

READ THIS GUIDE PLEASE DON'T BE LAZY!

Your voltage is actually in Offset mode as you see above. This means that as the clock rises on your CPU, the motherboard will supply more voltage to offset the load. If you want to use offset mode, start with the offset @ .05v and raise your multiplier until your computer becomes unstable. Then up the voltage offset some (by .025v increments) until you achieve stability.

So an example:

3.8ghz :1.2
4.0ghz: 1.25
4.2ghz: 1.3

ect...

Change this setting in the bios to FIXED, that will force a constant voltage for you to tune in your overclock. If you want to use offset mode, then you just need to change the offset ( I assume by clicking the + sign) and lower it's value.

Also, the "auto" tuning has set your base clock to 103. Change this back to 100, and increase your multiplier instead. This will change your clocks to round numbers, the base clock gives you more room to change the total OC of your system, but you only want to use that if you can't achieve the speeds you want by using the multiplier.

All of this was covered in the guide and would answer all of your questions thus far...
 
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post #28 of 39
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Hi Guys,

I tried to make changes to my voltages and the system became unstable and eventually crashed.

I have 2 scenarios using ASUS auto over clocking

1. I am currently at 1.325V and 3.9Ghz running about lowest 38C and 69C at the highest point so far.

2. I am currently at 1.37V and 4.39Ghz running about lowest 38C and 73-75C at the highest point so far.

honestly as long as I stay stable and can do all my tasks FASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSST I really dont care. What do you recommend ? I am not going to fiddle with the settings any more.
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Hi Guys,
I tried to make changes to my voltages and the system became unstable and eventually crashed.
I have 2 scenarios using ASUS auto over clocking
1. I am currently at 1.325V and 3.9Ghz running about lowest 38C and 69C at the highest point so far.
2. I am currently at 1.37V and 4.39Ghz running about lowest 38C and 73-75C at the highest point so far.
honestly as long as I stay stable and can do all my tasks FASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSST I really dont care. What do you recommend ? I am not going to fiddle with the settings any more.

Thats a lot of voltage for those speeds. I can do 4.2 at 1.265v and 4.4 at 1.295v, max temps 62*C with an air cooler designed for LGA1366. What are all your other settings? LLC/IMC/VTT? With that Noctua you should have better temps than me for sure.
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Hi Guys,
I tried to make changes to my voltages and the system became unstable and eventually crashed.
I have 2 scenarios using ASUS auto over clocking
1. I am currently at 1.325V and 3.9Ghz running about lowest 38C and 69C at the highest point so far.
2. I am currently at 1.37V and 4.39Ghz running about lowest 38C and 73-75C at the highest point so far.
honestly as long as I stay stable and can do all my tasks FASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSST I really dont care. What do you recommend ? I am not going to fiddle with the settings any more.

Select the second setting, and dial back the voltage some, at least to around 1.3-1.325.

That will drop 5-6c off your temps and give you the same speeds. Is the auto tuning using offset voltages? If so, what is it set at and I'll give you a recommendation for dialing it back. If it is FIXED, then it should be simple, just dial it back .05v and run stability, you'll have a chip lasting longer and running cooler!
 
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