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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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    i5 3570k
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    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
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post #6461 of 7362
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Going to run these settings now..What do you guys set your Ram voltage at..I have 1.5 volt ram..So do i set 1.5 or a lil higher just in case or set to auto?
I push 1.65 to my redlines to keep them stable at my oc. If you set it to the proper stock settings you shouldn't have issues at its rated voltage unless you have faulty modules, run memtest
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Ok i just ran the test again and i get some error..The first test passed but when i tried to run again it failed..Its been over 24hrs since i have been able to really use my computer lol..4.1 at auto was so much easier..

Can any else tell me what i should change please?
 
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Typically if you oc your cpu keep everything else constant. Then you'll know if you need to keep on overvolting just by bsod codes
   
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Typically if you oc your cpu keep everything else constant. Then you'll know if you need to keep on overvolting just by bsod codes
I am not getting BSODs..Last night BF3 frooze on me twice and my intel burn test keeps getting errors..I wish i got a BSOD so i would know what was causing my issues..

Ok at 1.255 with manual settings i seem all good..But whenever i set my - offset i get errors in IBT..
Edited by OneGun - 6/6/13 at 2:20pm
 
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Typically if you oc your cpu keep everything else constant. Then you'll know if you need to keep on overvolting just by bsod codes
I am not getting BSODs..Last night BF3 frooze on me twice and my intel burn test keeps getting errors..I wish i got a BSOD so i would know what was causing my issues..

Ok at 1.255 with manual settings i seem all good..But whenever i set my - offset i get errors in IBT..
default your BIOS back...
try this:

* auto volt
* hit multiplier to 45
* BY ALL CORES IN OS
* Intel SpeedStep Tech - enabled
* VRM Frequency - auto
* Turbo mode - disabled
* Durations (long and short) - auto
* disable speed spectrum
* BLK @ 100
* LLC - medium (> x45)
* Phase Control - optimized
* Duty Control - thermal
* enable internal PPL overvoltage
* enable execute disable bit
* disable Intel Virtualization Tech
* disable CPUID Maximum
* disable overspeed protection
* CPU @ 140%
* CPU voltage + offset mode (+0.045)
* power saving features are auto: C1E, C3/C6, CPU EIST
* set hardware monitor | fans no less than 62.5%
* XMP RAM (DRAM voltage) - 1.5 (+/- 1)
* Save and Exit (F10)
post #6466 of 7362
I had one error in IBT one time. Ran the test again right after that and didn't get the error.
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default your BIOS back...
try this:

* auto volt
* hit multiplier to 45
* BY ALL CORES IN OS
* Intel SpeedStep Tech - enabled
* VRM Frequency - auto
* Turbo mode - disabled
* Durations (long and short) - auto
* disable speed spectrum
* BLK @ 100
* LLC - medium (> x45)
* Phase Control - optimized
* Duty Control - thermal
* enable internal PPL overvoltage
* enable execute disable bit
* disable Intel Virtualization Tech
* disable CPUID Maximum
* disable overspeed protection
* CPU @ 140%
* CPU voltage + offset mode (+0.045)
* power saving features are auto: C1E, C3/C6, CPU EIST
* set hardware monitor | fans no less than 62.5%
* XMP RAM (DRAM voltage) - 1.5 (+/- 1)
* Save and Exit (F10)
Will try this thank you sir..
 
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default your BIOS back...
try this:

* auto volt
* hit multiplier to 45
* BY ALL CORES IN OS
* Intel SpeedStep Tech - enabled
* VRM Frequency - auto
* Turbo mode - disabled
* Durations (long and short) - auto
* disable speed spectrum
* BLK @ 100
* LLC - medium (> x45)
* Phase Control - optimized
* Duty Control - thermal
* enable internal PPL overvoltage
* enable execute disable bit
* disable Intel Virtualization Tech
* disable CPUID Maximum
* disable overspeed protection
* CPU @ 140%
* CPU voltage + offset mode (+0.045)
* power saving features are auto: C1E, C3/C6, CPU EIST
* set hardware monitor | fans no less than 62.5%
* XMP RAM (DRAM voltage) - 1.5 (+/- 1)
* Save and Exit (F10)
Will try this thank you sir..

I have ASUS boards and this is/was off memory.
later hit me up and if needed then I will go through in live time...

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post #6469 of 7362
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

default your BIOS back...
try this:

* auto volt
* hit multiplier to 45
* BY ALL CORES IN OS
* Intel SpeedStep Tech - enabled
* VRM Frequency - auto
* Turbo mode - disabled
* Durations (long and short) - auto
* disable speed spectrum
* BLK @ 100
* LLC - medium (> x45)
* Phase Control - optimized
* Duty Control - thermal
* enable internal PPL overvoltage
* enable execute disable bit
* disable Intel Virtualization Tech
* disable CPUID Maximum
* disable overspeed protection
* CPU @ 140%
* CPU voltage + offset mode (+0.045)
* power saving features are auto: C1E, C3/C6, CPU EIST
* set hardware monitor | fans no less than 62.5%
* XMP RAM (DRAM voltage) - 1.5 (+/- 1)
* Save and Exit (F10)
No offence but this contains completely incorrect information. The thread I linked before has all the information he needs.

You can’t every tell someone to use your offset, everyone VID is completely different. You just told him to use .065 more voltage than he had before, which is crazy. Also all ram settings are specific to each person’s sticks, they should not be copied from someone else.
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No offence but this contains completely incorrect information. The thread I linked before has all the information he needs.

You can’t every tell someone to use your offset, everyone VID is completely different. You just told him to use .065 more voltage than he had before, which is crazy. Also all ram settings are specific to each person’s sticks, they should not be copied from someone else.

Well to be fair XMP ram will set itself tongue.gif
   
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