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post #6501 of 7032
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

it is indeed.
1.45v is my personal safe limit for 24/7 usage.

Chip can supposedly go to 1.55v, but I wouldn't use that for 24/7 usage


Cheers man! you've put my worries to rest seem stable now on 1.42vcore atm, the power of mind over matter smile.gif n1
post #6502 of 7032
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Originally Posted by Letmefly View Post

Hey peeps, i have been hoggin 4.6ghz with 1.35vcore LLC ultra for a while with nice temps 65-70max on my h100 cooler + sp120s. Just for fun i have decided to try aim for 4.7ghz i am currently hitting just over 1.41~ vcore and max temps i hit is 73c prime is stable for 1hour + which i am happy just the only thing that crashes is bf4 25mins+ which has led me to notch up the vcore to 1.42v with 1.6pll + extreme LLC. I feel that i am gonna hit stable but would like to know if it is safe 24/7 > vcore @ 1.4 - 1.45?


Cheers.smile.gif

 

:h34r-smi extreme llc?

 

what is your cpu-z load vcore with 1.42 (bios) and extreme llc ?

post #6503 of 7032
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Originally Posted by Letmefly View Post

Cheers man! you've put my worries to rest seem stable now on 1.42vcore atm, the power of mind over matter smile.gif n1

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Originally Posted by DF is BUSY View Post

ph34r-smiley.gif  extreme llc?

what is your cpu-z load vcore with 1.42 (bios) and extreme llc ?

and yes, don't use EXTREME LLC - max you should go to is ULTRA
post #6504 of 7032
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Originally Posted by DF is BUSY View Post

cpuz is showing lower voltage than what you set in bios due to vdroop, it is normal.

if you are talking about your offset calculation then you do:

voltage number you set in bios minus load vid you see in your real temp

example, you set 1.310 in your bios, and you see a load vid of 1.250 in real temp, so 1.310 - 1.250 = .06 offset (positive)

Ah thanks for the heads up. I"ll keep that in mind. thumb.gif
post #6505 of 7032
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Originally Posted by DF is BUSY View Post

ph34r-smiley.gif  extreme llc?

what is your cpu-z load vcore with 1.42 (bios) and extreme llc ?


1.38vcore in bios with extreme hits 1.42vcore smile.gif n1 i'll use high see how it goes.
Thanks for spotting that
post #6506 of 7032
EDIT

1.40 in bios with extreme and boosts up to 1.42vcore i'll try ultra high and see how it pans out.


Cheers
post #6507 of 7032
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Originally Posted by Letmefly View Post

EDIT

1.40 in bios with extreme and boosts up to 1.42vcore i'll try ultra high and see how it pans out.


Cheers

that's overshooting, yeah ultra should be perfect.
post #6508 of 7032
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Originally Posted by neofury View Post

@Propanelgen I bet you'd shave off 10-20c more if you used Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra. Imo delidding isn't even worthwhile without getting liquid metal, yeah 10c is nice, but I busted open my CPU to get the 25-30c not just 10c.
Yeah, this was just me doing a test run, so used Gelid since that was what I had laying around.
I'm building my new rig right now (well, moving everything into a Caselabs Merlin ST10), and I will take everything apart, including applying CLU to the die.
post #6509 of 7032
Hello I'm getting frequent 0x0a, 0x1a, 0x50, and not so frequent 0x3d, 0x1e (both once) errors during P95 custom test (80% of memory used, 10 min test length, default FFT size). I'd like to find the cause. I'm (pretty?) sure it's not the RAM, (while all the BSOD-s point in its direction), for I've ran memtest86+ on both my individual sticks for 1 pass, and both inserted for 8 hours, without errors reported.

Here is my setup:
CPU: i5 3570k - aiming for 4.4ghz, not sure what voltage anymore, stopped getting voltage related bsod-s at 1.27volts, VID is 1.3611 V (not the best I think)
RAM: G.Skill F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL (1600mhz, 1.5v, 2x4GB, 9- 9- 9- 24- 2T)
MOBO: Asus P8Z77-V Pro (relatively new, got the old one RMA-d for this for free)
PSU: Corsair HX750 (coil whine during Passmark ****, and 3dsMax)

Additional info:
-Followed the guide for setting up BIOS and everything else, learned about stuff too.
-Windows 7 64 bit.
-CPU Temps are fine, highest was 73°c in Prime.

Please help, thanks in advance!
post #6510 of 7032
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Originally Posted by SnugglyTheCrow View Post

Hello I'm getting frequent 0x0a, 0x1a, 0x50, and not so frequent 0x3d, 0x1e (both once) errors during P95 custom test (80% of memory used, 10 min test length, default FFT size). I'd like to find the cause. I'm (pretty?) sure it's not the RAM, (while all the BSOD-s point in its direction), for I've ran memtest86+ on both my individual sticks for 1 pass, and both inserted for 8 hours, without errors reported.

Here is my setup:
CPU: i5 3570k - aiming for 4.4ghz, not sure what voltage anymore, stopped getting voltage related bsod-s at 1.27volts, VID is 1.3611 V (not the best I think)
RAM: G.Skill F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL (1600mhz, 1.5v, 2x4GB, 9- 9- 9- 24- 2T)
MOBO: Asus P8Z77-V Pro (relatively new, got the old one RMA-d for this for free)
PSU: Corsair HX750 (coil whine during Passmark ****, and 3dsMax)

Additional info:
-Followed the guide for setting up BIOS and everything else, learned about stuff too.
-Windows 7 64 bit.
-CPU Temps are fine, highest was 73°c in Prime.

Please help, thanks in advance!

 

i had this problem alllll the time back then.

 

increase ram voltage to 1.55 and or increasing cpu vcore (despite the bsod's that are suppose to indicate ram problems) will great rid of your problems.

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