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Well, I couldn't get 4.6GHz stable. My comp froze few minutes in prime at 1.38V. The highest prime temps before the freeze is mid 80C. I'm testing out 4.5GHz out. First core got an error after 2 and half hours at 1.33V. The max temp is 88C. Most of the time is low 80C. I'll bump it up to 1.34V and test it out. I think I have the worst chip ever. For some reason my mobo's minimum PLL voltage is 1.586. Bty, my vdroop on load is about 0.018-0.026 on LLC level 2. Is this vdroop acceptable?

I don't think LLC is helping with IB as much as it did with prior cpus.


My MSI MB doesn't have LLC settings and from what I am seeing it looks like it isn't really needed for IB. I wouldn't touch the LLC settings and try 4.5GHZ with 1.2 vcore and set PLL to 1.6V. If that is stable for you then work your Vcore down with your PLL dow step by step doing some 20 run linX stability testing in between. Get to the lowest voltage possible then up you mulitplier and work your way up on voltage to 46x till stable. Then start over and work your way up as high as you can go.


I think your 1.34 Vcore is too high for CPU voltage.

1.586v on PLL should be fine for 4.5GHZ. If your ram is weak you should under clock it some to see if it helps stabilize. If under clocking your ram helps then you know your ram is weak. I have Gskill 2133mhz CL9 ram.
Edited by SonDa5 - 5/11/12 at 5:59pm
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I don't think LLC is helping with IB as much as it did with prior cpus.
My MSI MB doesn't have LLC settings and from what I am seeing it looks like it isn't really needed for IB. I wouldn't touch the LLC settings and try 4.5GHZ with 1.2 vcore and set PLL to 1.6V. If that is stable for you then work your Vcore down with your PLL dow step by step doing some 20 run linX stability testing in between. Get to the lowest voltage possible then up you mulitplier and work your way up on voltage to 46x till stable. Then start over and work your way up as high as you can go.
I think your 1.34 Vcore is too high for CPU voltage.
1.586v on PLL should be fine for 4.5GHZ. If your ram is weak you should under clock it some to see if it helps stabilize. If under clocking your ram helps then you know your ram is weak. I have Gskill 2133mhz CL9 ram.

My RAM is 2000MHz at stock, I have it at 1600MHz at 1.55V. The auto voltage puts them at 1.58V. Some people say 1.35V or less is fine. I'll try setting LLC to auto and CPU voltage to 1.2V. But at 1.25V prevents me getting into BIOS, so I have to clear CMOS. Even at 1.3V, I freezes on BIOS. I increased RAM voltage to 1.55V to see if that helps. I wouldn't use IBT because my load temps rises to 95C which is 10C hotter than prime. I never tried Linx.
Edited by IronWill1991 - 5/11/12 at 6:09pm
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My RAM is 2000MHz at stock, I have it at 1600MHz at 1.55V. The auto voltage puts them at 1.58V. Some people say 1.35V or less is fine. I'll try setting LLC to auto and CPU voltage to 1.2V. But at 1.25V prevents me getting into BIOS, so I have to clear CMOS. Even at 1.3V, I freezes on BIOS. I increased RAM voltage to 1.55V to see if that helps.

I recommend disabling LLC.
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I recommend disabling LLC.

I'll try, getting constant BSOD and occasionally disk checking can get annoying after a while.
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I'll try, getting constant BSOD and occasionally disk checking can get annoying after a while.

If you are getting disk checking problems you may have a bad stick of ram and your OS is corrupted.
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If you are getting disk checking problems you may have a bad stick of ram and your OS is corrupted.

But my disk checking showed up nothing. Plus my windows hasn't been activated and I'll have to buy the upgrade to retail version. I'll run the memory test anyway.
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But my disk checking showed up nothing. Plus my windows hasn't been activated and I'll have to buy the upgrade to retail version. I'll run the memory test anyway.

1.7 volts may have damaged it. I'd rma it ASAP.




How is the over clocking going?



I now at 1.392v 5GHZ.

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Had a good night of tweaking.

Figured out how to get nice high clocks with decent temps and stability.


Take a look.

5GHZ 1.39v 3570k. Real Temp Sensor test running Prime95.

cool5GHZ.jpg


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1.7 volts may have damaged it. I'd rma it ASAP.
How is the over clocking going?
I now at 1.392v 5GHZ.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2367508

1.7 volts of what? I haven't seen the disk checking thing in a while. It seems to be only happened if I BSOD/crash few times after making/passing into login screen. I guess it's just a safely precaution thing.
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