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Maybe different SSD on the very same board will react to C3/C6 on auto, disabled, or enabled differently?
It is true that Auto works well. It's pretty much the same as putting C3/C6 on disabled. But disabled seems to be just a hair better, but not by much (i.e. a score of "9.75" vs "10.00").

yeah, I think disabled C states works better than enabled on most. And then the auto setting seems to vary based on bios/mobo/cpu/ssd. So probably each needs to test their own for best setting.
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I want to do undervolting. I know that I need to control the voltage of the processor. Do I have to reduce other tensions ?
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so I think im gonna de-lid my 3570k, but I just want to change the tim to like liquid pro and put the IHS back on, should i use the arctic silver thermal adhesive or epoxy to put it back on?
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I wouldn't use any expoxy or w/e, most I've seen do it don't either. What if your first TIM application sucks?

Oh and btw, I said in the other thead my temps dropped around 10c after de-lidding, well I just realized I've only been running one fan on my Silver Arrow since I remounted it, forgot to put the other back on after messing with the ram. So it's around 10c cooler with one less fan tongue.gif
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cool, i'm thinking about using the AS thermal adhesive then.
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Nice results dude Im happy for you. However.... I had the exact opposite. I tried re-seating my cooler and using that method and it wasn't cooling at all and It went up to 105 and throttled it's self. I am getting better results with the dot in the center method maybe its just a matter of which HS??

This is why I use the "X" method on cpu when cpu/HS isn't lapped. The IHS usually dips in the center and can leave only the edges making contact with the HS. If lapped however (or just leveled out), finger method never fails.
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Default second option? You mean regular blend?
Blend mode will test for all FFTs (it goes back and forth between large and small FFT). So the temperature will change every 15 minutes or so.
I ran custom blend using about 13500 memory size. Haven't really tweaked my startup apps but many hours into a custom blend run I'd see that my "free" memory, as according to task manager, is no more than 300-400mb. So just be sure that you're leaving enough ram for Windows.
By default secodn option, I meant "In-place large FFTs (maximum heat, power consumption)".

Anyway, I let my main PC run the Prime95 v27.7 again yesterday (without changing anything for the time being). I selected the In-place large FFTs (maximum heat, power consumption) again just for the heck of it. The PC passed the Prime95 without any errors for 6 hours.

This is what drives me nuts. If there's an error or app crash due to overclock instability, I want them to be constant under certain scenario. Now, it's running fine even though I did not change any settings.
After this, I went for Prime95 custom Blend test (with 85% of my system RAM), 10 hours passed without any errors.

So, I decided to play Max Payne 3. Looked good. No BSOD, no app crash. So I thought everything was fine. Until.... I checked Windows system logs..... There were several WHEA errors listed/logged while I was playing the game. I'm back to stock (3.5GHz) frown.gif
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This is why I use the "X" method on cpu when cpu/HS isn't lapped. The IHS usually dips in the center and can leave only the edges making contact with the HS. If lapped however (or just leveled out), finger method never fails.


what does "lapped" mean ? I guess next time I could just make an X on the cpu is that what you are saying??
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what does "lapped" mean ? I guess next time I could just make an X on the cpu is that what you are saying??

A really old thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/15897/info-want-to-lap-your-p4s-or-a64s-ihs-also-applies-to-heatsinks-water-blocks

My understanding is that you sand and polish the heatsink and/or cpu lid so that they are uniform. It provides the optimum amount of surface area for contact between the two (preventing dips from causing them to only contact at the sides, etc.).
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BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones I’m after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page


Spread sheet contains voltage info, temperature info, cooling info, BIOS templates and separate sheets have been created for all of those, including one which filters the i5 and i7. This should be helpful to SB users and those looking to get SB, it also helps provide real world data regarding how the coolers are performing, what temps people are getting with the overclocks and at what kind of voltages, I think that it’s a great addition to OCN and one that SB and non SB users can benefit from.


Thanks to all that contributed to this thread and spread sheet, would not have been possible without you guys thumb.gif


We currently have just over 30 members and we are looking for MORE tongue.gif


SO GET POSTING GUYS BUT REMEMBER TO FOLLOW THE RULES!!!!


And again thanks to all those participated, we have some excellent club members here!!!!

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