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You need to run Prime for 18-24 hours, actually, if you want the full loop of FFT's to complete. 12 hours is mostly an arbitrary number picked to make testing go a little easier.
And two minutes of IBT tells you nothing anyway.

What do you mean by IBT not telling you anything? My temps go higher in IBT than Prime so its def doing something, right?
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17.5hrs on the default 15mins per FFT. This way prime goes through every length.
Here's a good thread about prime testing
http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/7280#post_16468217

Is that overkill? I just want to be able to play new games and browse with 15 windows open. And load is almost never near 100% when doing those things.Just wondering how a 18 hour Prime test applies to daily use stability as opposed to a simple IBT test or shorter length Prime test.
    
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Starting my Prime testing so far so good! did an 8 hour test yesterday just to get the sys going.
4.6ghz at 1.165v on air I have to say this mobo is amazing.
on Prime i get 72c~ max
but IBT i get 82c max
I'll probably try 4.8ghz later

batch: L204B343

I'm also on bios 0262 probably i'll update that to 0701 after tomorrow.
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It's overkill if you decide against it, then realize you've gone a year without one game crashing.

Or I'm not sure what the question is about.. that we don't need to use Prime, or that you don't need to? If it's just you then go ahead.
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Hey guys, first time post, first time overclocker.

I'd just like to start off by saying thank-you to everyone for their contributions to this thread, you have all been very helpful in my efforts to overclock.
I am currently running at 4.7Ghz, with a Vcore of 1.240V and Prime95 has been consistent for the past 9 hours.
Temps seem pretty good MAX(nothing above 75 degrees in all cores).

I arranged my BIOS very similarly to punceh, who was very successful in his overclock. (Share the same MOBO: Asrock Z77 Extreme 4)
Might push the 3570K to 4.8Ghz and then post results.
I am running a Noctua NH-D14 and temp in room is around 15C.

Will aim for a custom blend of 17.5 hours with 90% of RAM to ensure super stability. So far so good (fingers crossed).
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I'm ready to join the club, 14+ hours and still going.
For anyone interested, all my bios settings are default except for:
CPU Load-line Calibration: Ultra High (75%)
CPU Power Responce Control: Ultra High
CPU Offset Voltage: +0.020
DRAM Voltage: 1.56V (Default: 1.5V)
I plan to keep these settings for 24/7 operation. What's cool is that EIST, Turbo, C1E, C3 and C6 are all still enabled. So at idle the CPU frequency and voltage go way down.

Your offset is +.020? You sure it's not -.020? Or do you have a ridiculously low VID? Cause I'm trying to get those settings and I have to use -.020 and we have the same board and chip lol. Using +.020 puts me at 1.256v

Also, I didn't even think to use CPU Power Response Control, that might've been my problem
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Is anyone getting low static from their front panel headphone jack ? It happens in games. Or if I'm on desktop and using the scroll I can hear it, weird.

What may be causing this?
    
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Is anyone getting low static from their front panel headphone jack ? It happens in games. Or if I'm on desktop and using the scroll I can hear it, weird.
What may be causing this?

Could be faulty mobo (usually) or mobo grounded to something it shouldn't be. Also could be your front jacks are accidentally grounded to the case which could be fixed by messing with the wires. Honestly best thing to do is take the mobo back right away if the same case didn't do it with your old mobo or get a USB headset and bypass all the junk. I had this problem and I ended up just getting a USB headset because I couldn't fix it although this G35 is the best darn gaming headset I've ever used so maybe it was a blessing in disguise. biggrin.gif
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It's my first time using the front jacks actually. Must be a grounding problem. Pretty sure my mobo is perfect. I'll just use my USB headset with its built in sound card. Forgot about that.
    
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Is anyone getting low static from their front panel headphone jack ? It happens in games. Or if I'm on desktop and using the scroll I can hear it, weird.
What may be causing this?

Usually its the case headphone jack wiring causing it. Test it by connecting the headphone wire directly on the rear io panel of the mobo. If the noise is gone its the case wiring routing, wire itself or connector. If the noise is still there test the headset on another device to make sure its not the headset. If the headset doesn't have static on another device but still does on the mobo then at that point I would say its the motherboard. Check for driver updates before contacting the manufacturer.
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Your offset is +.020? You sure it's not -.020? Or do you have a ridiculously low VID? Cause I'm trying to get those settings and I have to use -.020 and we have the same board and chip lol. Using +.020 puts me at 1.256v
Also, I didn't even think to use CPU Power Response Control, that might've been my problem

My offset is at +.020
Is your LLC set to Extreme? I think that happened to me at Extreme, setting LLC to Ultra High works great.

Here's how it looks at idle:

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Edited by ilugo - 5/12/12 at 12:02am
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