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Ok I said that I was going to upload profiles, but I am on bios F6 and plan to stick there. Soo I will just give the settings for you to plug into your bios.


UD5H
-->EDIT> Everything auto except the listed
Vcore 1.290
PLL 1.7

LLC Extreme (it has been drooping to 1.284, I don't mind the droop It is consistent and can be planned for)
Phase Balanced
Response Fast

Multi 45
bclk 100.11

All CPU features enabled, including IGFX No Turbo... disable CPU turbo.

Samsung Green DDR3 1600 ---> 9-9-9-24 1.35v 1866Mhz

Ambient @ 21 Celcius no core hotter than 75.

When i put my chip on normal it goes to 1.224v, this seems ridiculously high but the chip wont boot with less than 1.22 thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif:
I will be working on getting this disagreeable little guy to 75 or under across the cores while keeping 4.5 with dynamic vcore.... hopefully I will have good news in the next hour.
Edited by Polyspecific - 5/10/12 at 11:29pm
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post #1012 of 6656
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

set your vcore to 1.22v
This worked for me. No more crashes even with my SteelSeries Sensei and games playing. Also messing with Windows power settings so nothing goes on auto hibernate and keeping the power state on performance also helps a lot.

Good info in this thread, thanks so much for posting!

edit:

I want to OC my board but I don't know the first thing about it and I can't really ask for more since all my games run at max anyway. I also have no way of knowing what Bios version I have. I'm a nub basically. I really would like to learn how to get the most out of my system though.

I can't even get through the QFlash tutorial... I don't understand it even before the first half of the first post.
Edited by Resilga - 5/10/12 at 8:47pm
post #1013 of 6656
Quote:
Originally Posted by Polyspecific View Post

Ok I said that I was going to upload profiles, but I am on bios F6 and plan to stick there. Soo I will just give the settings for you to plug into your bios.
UD5H
Vcore 1.290
PLL 1.7
LLC Extreme (it has been drooping to 1.284, I don't mind the droop It is consistent and can be planned for)
Phase Balanced
Response Fast
Multi 45
bclk 100.11
All CPU features enabled, including IGFX
Samsung Green DDR3 1600 ---> 9-9-9-24 1.35v 1866Mhz
Ambient @ 21 Celcius no core hotter than 75.
When i put my chip on normal it goes to 1.224v, this seems ridiculously high but the chip wont boot with less than 1.22 thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif:
I will be working on getting this disagreeable little guy to 75 or under across the cores while keeping 4.5 with dynamic vcore.... hopefully I will have good news in the next hour.
What are all of your bios settings? I can't get my Samsung RAM to POST at 2133 with 1.56 and your timings are lower than my 1866 overclock let alone your voltage.
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I'm not sure if this question is off-topic because I don't know how XMP works. I have some G.skill Ares ram and I noticed that in the bios it has two XMP profiles. They are both for 1866MHz speed and I was wondering if anyone knows what the difference between the two would be?
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post #1015 of 6656
Quote:
Originally Posted by iMPLiCiT View Post

What are all of your bios settings? I can't get my Samsung RAM to POST at 2133 with 1.56 and your timings are lower than my 1866 overclock let alone your voltage.


Just what I listed above.
bclk = 100
ram voltage = 1.35 (i typed it in)
ram speed = 1866
timings --> expert 9-9-9-24

I haven't been able to get it to boot 2133 either, not even at 1.5V and 11-11-11-30


Edit:
****Everything else is Auto*****

And when I said "haven't been able to boot", I meant it wouldn't post.
Edited by Polyspecific - 5/10/12 at 9:42pm
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post #1016 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Polyspecific View Post

Just what I listed above.
bclk = 100
ram voltage = 1.35 (i typed it in)
ram speed = 1866
timings --> expert 9-9-9-24
I haven't been able to get it to boot 2133 either, not even at 1.5V and 11-11-11-30
Edit:
****Everything else is Auto*****
And when I said "haven't been able to boot", I meant it wouldn't post.
So you don't have any of the DRAM load line calibration set, all auto?
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post #1017 of 6656
Correct, all auto

Edit 2: In all honesty, the above statement is a lie. I changed my CPU fan to 1.5/C° - PWM and turned the other fan headers off. But those two settings matter about as much to your ram issue as the price of hookers in Antarctica. CPU turbo is also disabled, I killed that before installing windows.




Edit

There is a qflash tutorial? I missed that one.


Resilga: Insert flash drive containing BIOS file. hit Delete while Gigabyte splash screen is up. Click on advanced. Then click on qflash. Select "drive". Select the flash drive from list. Select bios file on flash drive. Double check you have right file selected. Double click the file and away you go. I think that is it.... maybe click on yes afterward?
Edited by Polyspecific - 5/10/12 at 11:30pm
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The new beta bios (F7b) made my cup fan louder on idle !
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Do any of the Tweaktown beta BIOS solve the "unlocked" 6950 issue? Or fix the Steelseries Sensei from only being able to move vertically? I tried to look through, but there are just too many pages.
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post #1020 of 6656
Quote:
Originally Posted by Resilga View Post

This worked for me. No more crashes even with my SteelSeries Sensei and games playing. Also messing with Windows power settings so nothing goes on auto hibernate and keeping the power state on performance also helps a lot.
Good info in this thread, thanks so much for posting!
edit:
I want to OC my board but I don't know the first thing about it and I can't really ask for more since all my games run at max anyway. I also have no way of knowing what Bios version I have. I'm a nub basically. I really would like to learn how to get the most out of my system though.
I can't even get through the QFlash tutorial... I don't understand it even before the first half of the first post.

OC is easy you should be able to run at 4ghz-4.2ghz with little effort. The 1.2v might be to much for you for stock clocks. You should be able to get to 4.0ghz more with 1.2v. If you want to start with a easy overclock just change your multiplier. You probably can get to 4.ghz or more without changing anything but the multiplier. Start at 37 or 38. And go up one at a time from there. If its not stable and slight amount of voltage only add small steps of voltage. But 4.0ghz will be easy even if your on auto voltage settings it should work. As for knowing what your bios version your on download CPUZ and it will show you there you need CPUZ to monitor voltages and multiplier. Don't freak out when you see your voltage change in CPUZ don't worry about it for now until you get more understanding about overclocking.

Edit : I just saw the post where he recommended 1.2v. Thats a good recommendation for a one time thing. I think he overcompensated just to be sure it would work for you but I still think you can do 4.0ghz with 1.2v-1.24v. I think for stock you could do 1.14v-1.16v. But I don't want to go against what Sin0822 said he is always right lol. But since every chip is different you have to do some test on your own. With Prime95 make sure its stable at lower voltage if you want to try lower or even when you test your OC use Prime.
Edited by UNOE - 5/11/12 at 2:13am
 
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