Originally Posted by SPiiTFiiRE88
I have tried jumping the CMOS but it still does not boot up on my screen, my pc turns on and keeps turning off after about 30 seconds and the display is blank, shall i try removing any components?
As I posted already, I don’t believe your chip ever received any high voltage, that is why the protections are there. I think in your hurry to pull it apart to take the battery out you may have done something to your video. Having nothing come up on your screen would seem to be a video issue not cpu.
Originally Posted by rpg711
on a less exciting note, anyone know if C states have anything to do with sleep mode? I disabled C3 and C6 and my computer seems to have come down with insomnia
We have c3/c6 disabled in the guide, those are for the deeper sleep state which actually shut down cores and such. Are you on the balanced or performance power plan? You can adjust sleep in the advanced power settings window, but I think you would want to be on the balanced plan.
Originally Posted by paradoxum
My rig is in my sig.
I am stable after 24hours running P95, my CPU is clocking at 4.4Ghz with 1.2910 VID.
These are my temps, I have watercooling:
The offset value I use is: - 0.090
Question is, should I try to go higher than 4.4Ghz? Is the benefit worth it since I seem to be stable at this voltage? In my past experience when experimenting, going above 4.4Ghz required a LOT more voltage.
Also, what are my temps like? I have a double radiator, a single radiator, and a triple radiator. I feel like they could be better, but I really don't know how to improve the temp. Oh, I also have 4 of my gentle typhoons set to only 900RPM because I find them too loud any higher, so maybe I could shave a few degrees off if I had them running at 1800RPM each.
You certainly have room to go a little higher, but whether it is worth it to you is all that matters. If you have some reason to think your chip is bottlenecking your system, or you have some need to process something a bit faster then you could consider going higher.
I have been on 1707 since it came out without any issues, and I have not seen anyone complain about it. With that much rad space those temps seem a little high for 4.4 and 1.2v, but there are many factors that play into temps. How many times have your tested different TIM amounts with your cpu block?