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Any update on whether Ai Sute II's memory leak issue have been fixed? I have uninstalled Suite II because of this & Fan Xpert II getting destroyed by registry cleaners(tune-up)
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Hello this is my first post smile.gif

I built myself a new PC 3 weeks ago and whatever I do I can't get past 4.3ghz (x43) P8Z77-I DELUXE with 3750K if I increase to x44 I get all sorts of errors BSOD CTD etc. I have the latest BIOS

I am currently stable at 4.3 under load (prime95) - Vcore 1.256v (idle 1.056v) offset - 0.06 LLC- 25%.
at 4.4 I increase my vCore a notch with offset to .08 (BSOD)

My VID is 1.2260v idle and 1.331v (prime95). My temps are good around 72c running prime for

I would like to get to 4.4 or even 4.5 , any help would be greatly appreciated, My max Temps are good max 72c after a few hours of prime, cooler is H100.

I've tryed everything on the forums, maybe my motherboard needs changing. I thought Id only have to worry about temps overclocking the i5 IB. See other people going up to 4.8 and only worrying about temps .
Is my Vcore to low


Regards

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Edited by Darkmoonshine - 10/6/12 at 4:36pm
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Originally Posted by Darkmoonshine View Post

Hello this is my first post smile.gif
I built myself a new PC 3 weeks ago and whatever I do I can't get past 4.3ghz (x43) P8Z77-I DELUXE with 3750K if I increase to x44 I get all sorts of errors BSOD CTD etc. I have the latest BIOS
I am currently stable at 4.3 under load (prime95) - Vcore 1.256v (idle 1.056v) offset - 0.06 LLC- 25%.
at 4.4 I increase my vCore a notch with offset to .08 (BSOD)
My VID is 1.2260v idle and 1.331v (prime95). My temps are good around 72c running prime for
I would like to get to 4.4 or even 4.5 , any help would be greatly appreciated, My max Temps are good max 72c after a few hours of prime, cooler is H100.
I've tryed everything on the forums, maybe my motherboard needs changing. I thought Id only have to worry about temps overclocking the i5 IB. See other people going up to 4.8 and only worrying about temps .
Is my Vcore to low
Regards
Ste
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Try vcore at 1.3 or even 1.35V and see if it's stable? 1.35V is probably too high for 24/7, but I would not be worried about testing an IB CPU there for an hour or so... might get hot but at least it will tell you if your CPU is capable of the speeds you want.
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Hello this is my first post smile.gif
I built myself a new PC 3 weeks ago and whatever I do I can't get past 4.3ghz (x43) P8Z77-I DELUXE with 3750K if I increase to x44 I get all sorts of errors BSOD CTD etc. I have the latest BIOS
I am currently stable at 4.3 under load (prime95) - Vcore 1.256v (idle 1.056v) offset - 0.06 LLC- 25%.
at 4.4 I increase my vCore a notch with offset to .08 (BSOD)
My VID is 1.2260v idle and 1.331v (prime95). My temps are good around 72c running prime for
I would like to get to 4.4 or even 4.5 , any help would be greatly appreciated, My max Temps are good max 72c after a few hours of prime, cooler is H100.
I've tryed everything on the forums, maybe my motherboard needs changing. I thought Id only have to worry about temps overclocking the i5 IB. See other people going up to 4.8 and only worrying about temps .
Is my Vcore to low
Regards
Ste
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I suggest disabling all the auto voltage settings and speedstep / turbo mode to fine tune your O/C, it makes it easier to be specific about what voltages you need to run at specific speeds. (ie set the core voltage to manual and choose 1.33V, then disable speedstep, turbo and all the C states)

It sounds to me like your temps are getting a tad too high for your chip, any faster is going to need more voltage as grambo suggests, but your H100 may be at maximum capacity. (with your settings, my hotest core is 59C) 75C is the maximum i would want to get to for a 24/7 setup.

Increase the voltage from where you are up in .02V increments and record the max temps you get. When you get to 75C, stop and see what you can achieve with that voltage.

Also - what brand is your PSU and how many Amps available do you have on your 12V rail?
Edited by Wihglah - 10/1/12 at 11:25am
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Try vcore at 1.3 or even 1.35V and see if it's stable? 1.35V is probably too high for 24/7, but I would not be worried about testing an IB CPU there for an hour or so... might get hot but at least it will tell you if your CPU is capable of the speeds you want.

Thanks for your reply guys.
Seems I have got it stable with x44 (4.4ghz) with an offset of 0.075 . This give me a vcore of 1.328v in CPU-Z , after an hour of prime95 my max temp is 80c.
I also disabled the C-states Wihglah which has helped I think. Also played a few games which seems stable also.
Is 90c hot for 1.328v ? fully stressed , got the H100 on medium, was on low before.
Regards

edit: prime shows 90 peak, maybe reduce vcore a notch or will altering LLC help ? If the temps are normal I don't mind, but should they be lower . Hope I haven't wasted money on the H100, I was expecting lower temps.
Edited by Darkmoonshine - 10/1/12 at 12:11pm
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Thanks for your reply guys.
Seems I have got it stable with x44 (4.4ghz) with an offset of 0.075 . This give me a vcore of 1.328v in CPU-Z , after an hour of prime95 my max temp is 80c.
I also disabled the C-states Wihglah which has helped I think. Also played a few games which seems stable also.
Is 80c hot for 1.328v ? fully stressed , got the H100 on medium, was on low before.
Regards

80Cmax imo is OK(preferably 2-3 degrees lower than 80) for 24/7 OC, the standard convention is 75C(try how much cooler you can get on H100 high)but that's for Sandy Bridge with a Tjmax of 98 C, Ivy are built to withstand a higher temperature with a Tjmax of 105C .
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Thanks for your reply guys.
Seems I have got it stable with x44 (4.4ghz) with an offset of 0.075 . This give me a vcore of 1.328v in CPU-Z , after an hour of prime95 my max temp is 80c.
I also disabled the C-states Wihglah which has helped I think. Also played a few games which seems stable also.
Is 90c hot for 1.328v ? fully stressed , got the H100 on medium, was on low before.
Regards
edit: prime shows 90 peak, maybe reduce vcore a notch or will altering LLC help ? If the temps are normal I don't mind, but should they be lower . Hope I haven't wasted money on the H100, I was expecting lower temps.

I don't think 90c is hot for 1.328v on Ivy Bridge. I hit high 70's after a few hours of IBT or Prime95 27.7 (AVX enabled) at 1.2V on my 3770K @ 4.5GHz with an NH-D14 fans on stock 1200rpm.

I'm surprised the chip needs 1.328v for 4.4GHz though, that is below average from the forum posts I've seen. Have you tried backing your RAM off, just running one stick etc. to make sure that is not affecting the OC?
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I don't think 90c is hot for 1.328v on Ivy Bridge. I hit high 70's after a few hours of IBT or Prime95 27.7 (AVX enabled) at 1.2V on my 3770K @ 4.5GHz with an NH-D14 fans on stock 1200rpm.
I'm surprised the chip needs 1.328v for 4.4GHz though, that is below average from the forum posts I've seen. Have you tried backing your RAM off, just running one stick etc. to make sure that is not affecting the OC?

Thanks for the reply, thought it was going well until I got some BSOD running prime95. It is now stable upping the offset one notch to .08 giving me a Vcore of 1.336 LLC HIGH (50%) Its been folding for about 20hours with no problems (max temp 72)
Prime temps will be somewhat higher.
When my offset was lower I would get CTD in games like Borderlands 2 , since highing the Vcore it is stable, since gaming are not stressing my cores to much my temps are nice and low.
I will try and run with one stick and swap it around to seee if the memory is the problem, and when reduce my Vcore back to about 1.3.
Regards


EDIT
Took one stick out and reduced my Vcore down to 1.32 and it seems to be holding fine up to now, temps are high 60s running prime95.
Also Furmark runs without crashing which it always did before smile.gif
So do you think I should RMA the memory ?

EDIT 2
RMA'ing the memory . Anyone recommend some good memory for my Asus P8Z77-I here in the UK ?
Edited by Darkmoonshine - 10/2/12 at 11:10am
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Thanks for the reply, thought it was going well until I got some BSOD running prime95. It is now stable upping the offset one notch to .08 giving me a Vcore of 1.336 LLC HIGH (50%) Its been folding for about 20hours with no problems (max temp 72)
Prime temps will be somewhat higher.
When my offset was lower I would get CTD in games like Borderlands 2 , since highing the Vcore it is stable, since gaming are not stressing my cores to much my temps are nice and low.
I will try and run with one stick and swap it around to seee if the memory is the problem, and when reduce my Vcore back to about 1.3.
Regards
EDIT
Took one stick out and reduced my Vcore down to 1.32 and it seems to be holding fine up to now, temps are high 60s running prime95.
Also Furmark runs without crashing which it always did before smile.gif
So do you think I should RMA the memory ?
EDIT 2
RMA'ing the memory . Anyone recommend some good memory for my Asus P8Z77-I here in the UK ?

Glad you got it sorted. I'm in Canada, ended up going with 4x4GB Mushkin Blackline Frostbyte DDR3-1600 1.5V 9-9-9-24 as it was cheap. I'd go for the low profile Samsung 1.3V DDR3 if I had the option now.
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Tjmax for Ivy is 105oC (the temperature where it starts throttling), so I personally aim at 90oC as my target max summer-temp for IBT runs.
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