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Your cpu is very shinny. Why isn't mine?
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I decided to try my chip with HT off and actually it's kinda fun biggrin.gif

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so why is everyone using prime95 v. 26.6 instead of the latest 27.7?
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And here is my first submission (lame).

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This is the last one.. the best it will do, I guess. tiredsmiley.gif

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so why is everyone using prime95 v. 26.6 instead of the latest 27.7?
I think at the time this thread was set up, 26.6 was the latest non beta version. But for sure you can get stable at lower vcore with 26.6, or I can anyway.
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I think at the time this thread was set up, 26.6 was the latest non beta version. But for sure you can get stable at lower vcore with 26.6, or I can anyway.

doh.gif

Sorry but that thought process is full of fail...

That being the case I am sure we could clock the living poop out of these chips and "stress" them at 25% load = A very nice low V OC wink.gif



If your chip is not being properly stressed then how can it be considered stable??
    
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doh.gif
Sorry but that thought process is full of fail...
That being the case I am sure we could clock the living poop out of these chips and "stress" them at 25% load = A very nice low V OC wink.gif
If your chip is not being properly stressed then how can it be considered stable??
if your testing with 26.6 and its stable on 26.6. your chip is going to be stable for all non-avx purposes. since theres very little programs actually using AVX i dont see why people should put 0.1V extra trough a chip just to have it stable for programs you dont use? once AVX becomes of real world use for me, ill get mine stable on 27.7.
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so why is everyone using prime95 v. 26.6 instead of the latest 27.7?

Only to satisfy rules of this thread per first post, though that being said many that did so even prior to last 2 updates havent been added, pms or not. Prime 27.7 and linx with avx have been out since I installed my Ivy, hence most people on other forums are using 27.7 and newest linx. For stability testing on mine, I would use 27.7 and newest linx, for sake of this thread, run 26.6.

@punceh, the difference between being prime 27.7 vs 26.6 on mine is only 1-2 notches higher in bios, ie .005v or .01v, not anywhere near 0.1v.

I thought michaelrw was going to keep a database, maybe someone could do a prime 27.7 one and list all the ones that run it.
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just a note on my mobo bios

at 1.165 vcore with "very high" LLC is equal to 1.250 vcore at normal LLC
at 1.250 vcore with "very high" LLC is equal to 1.350 vcore at normal LLC
for those of you who don't want to use LLC and worried about longevity.

Normal LLC, makes sure your voltage never exceeds the bios settings
LLC puts extra strain on your VRMs and can/will exceed your bios settings.

so if you have 1.350v with "extreme" LLC you might over shoot to even 1.50v
When you use any kind of LLC even the time it takes your VRMs to stabilize will take longer.
you can google "Intel VRM specs droop" without quotes and probably find a good article to read.
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just a note on my mobo bios
at 1.165 vcore with "very high" LLC is equal to 1.250 vcore at normal LLC
at 1.250 vcore with "very high" LLC is equal to 1.350 vcore at normal LLC
for those of you who don't want to use LLC and worried about longevity.
Normal LLC, makes sure your voltage never exceeds the bios settings
LLC puts extra strain on your VRMs and can/will exceed your bios settings.
so if you have 1.350v with "extreme" LLC you might over shoot to even 1.50v
When you use any kind of LLC even the time it takes your VRMs to stabilize will take longer.
you can google "Intel VRM specs droop" without quotes and probably find a good article to read.

because you still use not a fixed v-core.

try to set v-core manually and set llc to very high.

the v-core remain the same on load and idle.
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