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Sean:
Set VCCSA, VCCIO, and PCH voltage to Auto. You don't need to touch these for Ivy.
Set PLL to 1.5, if that's not stable do 1.55v. 1.5v is stable for most.
Do you really need 1.51v on your RAM? It looks to be overvolting (1.53v actually). I would set that to 1.5 because if your kit is rated for that it should be stable.
Load your processor with Prime95, and see what CPU-Z say it's voltage is after it's fully loaded. Then set Load Line calibration to Very High. You will have to lower your CPU voltage to match what CPU-Z previously said. Trial and error.
BLCK and VRM Spread Spectum, I'm not sure why we would need to enable it. It shouldn't matter for Ivy since it's all overclocked with the multiplier? I left mine disabled. Anyone know?
CPU Duty Cycle I left on T. Probe. Not sure what it does.. I didn't have all these settings last time I overclocked. tongue.gif

I also left my Power Phase Control to Auto, and VRM freq on Auto. Not sure how much of a difference adjusting these would be, and I already got 4.6GHz stable. I doubt they make a big enough difference for me to get 4.7GHz since i'm already loading at 88C.
Edited by Murlocke - 5/5/12 at 8:28pm
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@munaim1

You know what would be great, a scatter plot graph. Clocks on one axis, volts on the other. This way you can see deviations and It'd be a visual aid and very informative. I made one but had to remove all V's and Mhz's to be able to process the data. Might want to start leaving them out now if you ever plan on graphs.
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Sean:
Set VCCSA, VCCIO, and PCH voltage to Auto. You don't need to touch these for Ivy.
Set PLL to 1.5, if that's not stable do 1.55v. 1.5v is stable for most.
Do you really need 1.51v on your RAM? It looks to be overvolting (1.53v actually). I would set that to 1.5 because if your kit is rated for that it should be stable.
Load your processor with Prime95, and see what CPU-Z say it's voltage is after it's fully loaded. Then set Load Line calibration to Very High. You will have to lower your CPU voltage to match what CPU-Z previously said. Trial and error.
BLCK and VRM Spread Spectum, I'm not sure why we would need to enable it. It shouldn't matter for Ivy since it's all overclocked with the multiplier? I left mine disabled. Anyone know?
CPU Duty Cycle I left on T. Probe. Not sure what it does.. I didn't have all these settings last time I overclocked. tongue.gif
I also left my Power Phase Control to Auto, and VRM freq on Auto. Not sure how much of a difference adjusting these would be, and I already got 4.6GHz stable. I doubt they make a big enough difference for me to get 4.7GHz since i'm already loading at 88C.
I thought Ivy default PLL voltage is 1.8V? Mine default is 1.8V,should I set it back to 1.5V?

My CPU Current Capability is 100%. Should I set it to 140%? I dont' really know what this is...
    
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I thought Ivy default PLL voltage is 1.8V? Mine default is 1.8V,should I set it back to 1.5V?
My CPU Current Capability is 100%. Should I set it to 140%? I dont' really know what this is...

Yes set it back, this helps with temperatures

Oddly enough, it does not need to be at 1.8
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post #126 of 3800
I'm a happy camper so far. 3770K @ 4.9GHz HT on 1.32v! The LLC raises that to 1.35 under load as you can see in the screenshot.
Passed quick preliminary tests, need to pass a 12Hr Prime Blend tonigh and that'll satisfy me.
And surprisingly no microstutter in BF3 anymore with HT on! Must have been a driver issue...

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Loadline calibration to low.
Power Phase control Optimized or Aggresive, Aggresive is for 4.8+ but generates more heat.
Cant see VRM freq but if you have it raise it.
How come you changed VCCSA, VCCIO and PCH voltage?
You also lowered PLL?
Try fine tuning with adjusting the multiplier and bclck
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

Sean:
Set VCCSA, VCCIO, and PCH voltage to Auto. You don't need to touch these for Ivy.
Set PLL to 1.5, if that's not stable do 1.55v. 1.5v is stable for most.
Do you really need 1.51v on your RAM? It looks to be overvolting (1.53v actually). I would set that to 1.5 because if your kit is rated for that it should be stable.
Load your processor with Prime95, and see what CPU-Z say it's voltage is after it's fully loaded. Then set Load Line calibration to Very High. You will have to lower your CPU voltage to match what CPU-Z previously said. Trial and error.
BLCK and VRM Spread Spectum, I'm not sure why we would need to enable it. It shouldn't matter for Ivy since it's all overclocked with the multiplier? I left mine disabled. Anyone know?
CPU Duty Cycle I left on T. Probe. Not sure what it does.. I didn't have all these settings last time I overclocked. tongue.gif
I also left my Power Phase Control to Auto, and VRM freq on Auto. Not sure how much of a difference adjusting these would be, and I already got 4.6GHz stable. I doubt they make a big enough difference for me to get 4.7GHz since i'm already loading at 88C.

Thanks for the tips guys. Extra thanks to you Murlocke, you know why wink.gif
post #127 of 3800
wow sean222 over 100C on your cpu. I take it your planning on replacing this processor summer 2012 yeah? wink.gif
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wow sean222 over 100C on your cpu. I take it your planning on replacing this processor summer 2012 yeah? wink.gif

Thermal status ok thumb.gif
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wow sean222 over 100C on your cpu. I take it your planning on replacing this processor summer 2012 yeah? wink.gif

Yes I wil be replacing my CPU this summer because from now until then, I plan to run this process at 100c 24/7! (sarcasm) wink.gif
All the web surfing, gaming, and movie watching is sure to max out all the cores! (more sarcasm)

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Thermal status ok thumb.gif

Damn right it is! haha
post #130 of 3800
Running for 13 hours and a bit. It's actually still running. I accidentally closed RealTemp a few hours in but you can see my time period in Prime95 too. This CPU will go higher, there was no effort for this speed. Going to aim for a stable 4.7 today.

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