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post #441 of 3804
Hey guys I have a 3770K and have been spending some time OCing it. I finally hit this stable settings:

Vcore: 1.2V, PLL @1.65 at full load my Vcore goes up to 1.225V I'm guessing .025 is my Vdroop.

Is my OC average or can I do better by more tweaking? Also how does my temps look?

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post #442 of 3804
It's not as good as PMantis 4.5 @ 1.098v.. but here's my baseline overclock 1.098v (1.1 on bios) @ 4312.58

Everything else is default/auto.

Going to start on max oc tomorrow.

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Originally Posted by Gauntlet3h View Post

Hey guys I have a 3770K and have been spending some time OCing it. I finally hit this stable settings:
Vcore: 1.2V, PLL @1.65 at full load my Vcore goes up to 1.225V I'm guessing .025 is my Vdroop.
Is my OC average or can I do better by more tweaking? Also how does my temps look?
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I just want to say that this is not considered stable until you do a 20.5 hour P95 run. Quick ITB tests only give you an idea of where your chip is at.
post #444 of 3804
Here's my case in point. Pay attention the voltages

LinX quick run:

169

Prime95 run:

169

Sorry for the giant images...paint didn't crop them well frown.gif For those you can't see them LinX put my load voltage at 1.20 while Prime95 put it at 1.22...LinX is crap. It's just a starting point. Please, people, stop saying it's stable after passing 10 runs on standard. We don't want you to have random BSODs smile.gif we want you to be happy with the CPU, not frustrated
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I just want to say that this is not considered stable until you do a 20.5 hour P95 run. Quick ITB tests only give you an idea of where your chip is at.

Small FFTs or Blend with 8 workers?
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Blend for 12hrs. Read the OP if you want to submit the screenshot. That is looking pretty good. Is the H100 on Max? stitchfacesmiley.png
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And here is my first submission (lame).

3570K L152B659
4415MHz 1.248v

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4415MHz 1.236v
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Blend for 12hrs. Read the OP if you want to submit the screenshot. That is looking pretty good. Is the H100 on Max? stitchfacesmiley.png

LOL that wasn't my submission. My submission is a few pages back. I was using those as an example of why LinX isn't a good test to consider your self stable on. It makes my processor run at lower volts meaning it's not pushing it as hard as P95.
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Small FFTs or Blend with 8 workers?

That was blend with 8 workers. P95 v. 27.7
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No, Gauntlet3h also has an H100. You poor suckers. Oh well, live and learn. frown.gif
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^No, it's not the same. If there is an FFT length that is going to crash a nominally stable system then it has a better chance of doing so the longer it runs. Especially with the hot FFT lengths where your temps peak---higher temps increase voltage requirement and will knock out an OC that is otherwise stable when it's running cooler.
You mean you left C1E on? The screenshot says it's on. That's what looks unusual.
doh.gif yeah i left that on i mean... it shouldnt really matter though.
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