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eat it VonDutch lol

mother of god!

Could u get a screenshot of prime running with it?
post #512 of 7041
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I might have to decrease my voltage...
1.25v - failed within 1hr.
Increased to 1.255 - and it failed within 1 minute
Now I'm up to 1.26 - maybe I need to go lower?
Quite interesting regardless.

After several hours of Prime @1.250V (set in BIOS) it failed, so far our chips are twins. I had to increase Vcore to 1.270V and just started testing, does anyone think that because I'm using the iGPU this is needing a little more Vcore?
post #513 of 7041
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mother of god!
Could u get a screenshot of prime running with it?

No sadly im not gonna force my ivy and myself to suffer the vcore and the cold it was 0C in my room lol
post #514 of 7041
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After several hours of Prime @1.250V (set in BIOS) it failed, so far our chips are twins. I had to increase Vcore to 1.270V and just started testing, does anyone think that because I'm using the iGPU this is needing a little more Vcore?

Seems like it!
I disabled iGPU simply because it is completely useless or not needed for me.
I bought my MSI GTX 660ti PE OC for a reason - I shall therefore use it, screw intel graphics haha! Although I have seen and heard that they are very good for what they are! Just nothing in comparison to a dedicated GFX.

As for the added vcore - there is a possibility but that would be if it was being used. (i think) - so do as you will really - I heard people reported temp differences with it enabled/disabled, but nothing about voltages, although one could imagine it should make a difference.


After several hours of Prime @1.250V (set in BIOS) it failed, so far our chips are twins. I had to increase Vcore to 1.270V and just started testing, does anyone think that because I'm using the iGPU this is needing a little more Vcore?[/quote]
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

No sadly im not gonna force my ivy and myself to suffer the vcore and the cold it was 0C in my room lol

haha ok biggrin.gif


EDIT:
9hrs in - no problems.

EDIT2:
10hrs - no problems - although temps did get quite high

EDIT 3:
Do not run with only 5mins FFT's - do at 15mins




Could someone just confirm my P95 settings are OK?


Edited by Totally Dubbed - 10/12/12 at 8:13am
post #515 of 7041
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vcore 1.26 bro
on MANUAL

just asking, programs can be a bit off sometimes,
your temps are a bit high, but thats all, youre cooler is good enough
before de-lid at 4.5ghz, i tried prime, almost 100C in a few seconds..lol
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I just found out that I was using the 32-bit version of Prime 95 (p95v266) instead of the 64-bit version (p64v2511), does this mean I have to start testing all over from scratch?

My core temp are reaching 93C on core 2 & 3, Vcore to 1.270V.
Edited by Systemlord - 10/11/12 at 3:23pm
post #517 of 7041
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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

just asking, programs can be a bit off sometimes,
your temps are a bit high, but thats all, youre cooler is good enough
before de-lid at 4.5ghz, i tried prime, almost 100C in a few seconds..lol

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I just found out that I was using the 32-bit version of Prime 95 (p95v266) instead of the 64-bit version (p64v2511), does this mean I have to start testing all over from scratch?
My core temp are reaching 93C on core 2 & 3, Vcore to 1.270V.

cheers for the info on the temps!

No idea about the bit differences for prime though.
post #518 of 7041
I have suspected that my first mount of my air cooler was probably not the best but don't plan on air cooling much longer. Core temp has recorded a spike to 97C for a very short time, now temps are in the mid 80's. I plan on delidding my CPU's IHS, I'm dead set on it!
post #519 of 7041
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I have suspected that my first mount of my air cooler was probably not the best but don't plan on air cooling much longer. Core temp has recorded a spike to 97C for a very short time, now temps are in the mid 80's. I plan on delidding my CPU's IHS, I'm dead set on it!

as long as your temps, on NORMAL use are OK - i think your fine.
Remember P95 - will NEVER be a real-life scenario.
So I take my high temps with a pinch of salt, simply because they spike up and down.
As I'm typing this they are at 66-72c, which is brilliant for full load.
but then compare that to the 82-90 i was getting beforehand - same GHZ, same P95 testing (obviously different FFT size)
post #520 of 7041
12hr mark PASSED!
Amazing.

I'm going for the full 24hr - why not tongue.gif

As for switching to offset mode- what +/- should I go for then Swag?

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