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Swag,

Thank you again for your help yesterday, I finally got some time to use the new OC and I am running into some instability- 4.6 @ +.045 offset.
I changed the offset to +.050 and .055 to no avail, I then changed the multiplier to 45 and this seems stable. Should I just leave at 4.5 or do you think we can eek out 4.7?

We can probably get 4.7 with ~1.35vcore. Although I will be honest, you won't see a difference between 4.7 and 4.5. Most of the overclocking benefit stops at 4.5. The rest is just e-peen! It's your choice. I can help you either way. smile.gif
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I guess I should just stick with 4.5 and enjoy the OC, thank you again for all of your help.
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I guess I should just stick with 4.5 and enjoy the OC, thank you again for all of your help.

Yea, np. tongue.gif Reap all the OC benefits with minimal change to vcore.
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post #174 of 7033


offset -0.050
1.200V
100*44multipler
i'm happy now.
this weekeind the 12h prime loop
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offset -0.050
1.200V
100*44multipler
i'm happy now.
this weekeind the 12h prime loop

Good job! smile.gif Looks like a good solid OC. Just make sure you finish stress-testing it so you can forget about it.
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BCLK -Base Clock
Allows you to adjust the CPU and VGA frequency to enhance system performance. Keep at 100. Do NOT change! Increasing this will overclock DMI and PCI-E busses and may result in damaging them or anything connected to them.

I noticed my default base clocks hovers around 100.5, and changes a bit depending on the task I'm on, is that normal? Should I set it myself manually to 100.0 even when not overclocked?
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BCLK -Base Clock
Allows you to adjust the CPU and VGA frequency to enhance system performance. Keep at 100. Do NOT change! Increasing this will overclock DMI and PCI-E busses and may result in damaging them or anything connected to them.

I noticed my default base clocks hovers around 100.5, and changes a bit depending on the task I'm on, is that normal? Should I set it myself manually to 100.0 even when not overclocked?

Yea completely fine, When you hit those marks of about 104 - 105 bclk, worry.
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Is 1.16-1.18 vcore acceptable for 4.2ghz?
temps are in high 50's mid 60's with prime 27.7.
Edited by Xavin83 - 9/6/12 at 3:00pm
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Is 1.16-1.18 vcore acceptable for 4.2ghz?
temps are in high 50's mid 60's with prime 27.7.

Acceptable. You could probably reach about 4.4 - 4.5 with ~1.30vcore. Which would be great actually.
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post #180 of 7033
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Acceptable. You could probably reach about 4.4 - 4.5 with ~1.30vcore. Which would be great actually.

I was planning on starting out with a mild 4.2 oc.
The only things i changed was turbo multiplier to 42
internal pll overvoltage to disabled
cpu pll voltage to 1.7
c3 and c6 disabled.

I didnt like the vcore jumping like that so i put on load line calibration to 75% and offset to -0.045
that gave me a vcore on load lowest = 1.144, most of the time at = 1.154 and highest 1.16

Gonna leave it overnight and see how it goes.

Thank you for your guide swag, it has helped me as a guideline smile.gif
Edited by Xavin83 - 9/6/12 at 5:24pm
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