Originally Posted by Solonowarion
First pic is with just a slim swiftech 240 rad since I am repainting my 360.
Second with both rads.
Playing BF3 and other games I never go above 5deg.
So far I am very happy with temps. This is my 24/7 oc. ( 2 months so far)
You have very good temps no question, and that helps a lot. I don’t think you will have a problem with 1.52v and those temps if you use your rig in an average manner. I was commenting that you will probably need over 1.6v to go to 5.1 and that is too much for most people.
Originally Posted by BenchAndGames
What is it the BSOD code 0x7f
This happening playing Medal of Honor Warfighter, freeze screen, sound freeze and show me this BSOD code !!!
In the WEAH errors say Kernel-Power.
I have a 4.4 Ghz, stable of 12+ hours Prime95, 11+ hours memory memtest86 !!!
314.22 WHQL ( GTX 680 SLI )
BSOD codes are always hard to pinpoint exactly. As had been posted the first thing to try is bumping up vCore to test if that works. I almost always have stress testing failures in the 12 to 24 hour range, so finding your 12 hour minimum vCore then needing to go up one or two notches is not unusual. Any more than that though might mean something else is amiss. It could be caused by your gpu too, especially if it is oced.
Originally Posted by shizwack
Just a question about PLL... I'm just wondering the benefits and hindrances of having a low PLL (1.5000?) to a high PLL (1.8000?) - what constitutes this? Let's say I am running 1.245 at 4.5, no offsets, I set my PLL to whatever your guide states. 1.7? I'm just wondering, if I increase my clock and voltage would that typically allow me to lower my PLL to save on heat? Or should you typically increase your PLL as per your clocks and voltage?
Not sure when Swag will post, since he said recently he is busy with school so I will chime in on this.
I have tried to play with PLL a little and didn’t see much difference in the 1.6 to 1.8 range. I have seen people post that it made no difference to their oc or temps either so they don’t really do much with it. Others have said they get better results by testing their oc with different levels. You are not going to hurt anything by testing the 1.5 to 1.8 range, so feel free. I would however try to follow the guide first, get a level stable, then test PLL to see if it make a difference.
Originally Posted by Boomstick68
I was able to lower my vcore to 1.35. I feel much better about that. And yes, a big THANK YOU for putting up the guides and tips. Without guys like you guys like me would be in the dark forever about these things.
Nice job, that is not a bad vCore for 4.6. When you know you are as stable as possible with a minimum vCore, and you want to keep that multiplier for 24/7 then you can switch to offset if you want.