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Thanks gonna try that when I get home, will report results.
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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.

Nice smile.gif That case will be epic. The CLU will easily get you a bunch of c knocked off.
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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.

Yah this worked, though I got rid of it because I needed to increase vcore for stability anyway, now it's no longer happening. Also using manual and not X.M.P. helped with rounding errors. Rep'd you.
Edited by SnugglyTheCrow - 3/30/14 at 7:07pm
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Friend of mine needs help working out what this CPU is, I have no idea either.

2L 115172A
3746

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think it says that, 1151 isn't released tho?

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Friend of mine needs help working out what this CPU is, I have no idea either.

2L 115172A
3746

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think it says that, 1151 isn't released tho? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Well, the actual S-Spec identifier on that CPU is SR04B and using the intel ARK it says it is an i5-2410M mobile CPU

Here's the specs for it.

STATUSLaunched
LAUNCH DATEQ1'11
PROCESSOR NUMBERi5-2410M
# OF CORES2
# OF THREADS4
CLOCK SPEED2.3 GHz
MAX TURBO FREQUENCY2.9 GHz
CACHE3 MB
SYSTEM BUS5 GT/s
INSTRUCTION SET64-bit
INSTRUCTION SET EXTENSIONSAVX
EMBEDDED OPTIONS AVAILABLENo
LITHOGRAPHY32 nm
MAX TDP35 W
RECOMMENDED CUSTOMER PRICEN/A
Memory Specifications
MAX MEMORY SIZE (DEPENDENT ON MEMORY TYPE)16 GB
MEMORY TYPESDDR3-1066/1333
# OF MEMORY CHANNELS2
MAX MEMORY BANDWIDTH21.3 GB/s
ECC MEMORY SUPPORTED ‡No
Graphics Specifications
PROCESSOR GRAPHICS ‡Intel® HD Graphics 3000
GRAPHICS BASE FREQUENCY650 MHz
GRAPHICS MAX DYNAMIC FREQUENCY1.2 GHz
GRAPHICS OUTPUTeDP/DP/HDMI/SDVO/CRT
INTEL® QUICK SYNC VIDEOYes
INTEL® INTRU™ 3D TECHNOLOGYYes
INTEL® WIRELESS DISPLAYYes
INTEL® FLEXIBLE DISPLAY INTERFACE (INTEL® FDI)Yes
INTEL® CLEAR VIDEO HD TECHNOLOGYYes
MACROVISION* LICENSE REQUIREDNo
# OF DISPLAYS SUPPORTED ‡2
Expansion Options
PCI EXPRESS REVISION2.0
PCI EXPRESS CONFIGURATIONS ‡1x16, 2x8, 1x8+2x4
MAX # OF PCI EXPRESS LANES16
Package Specifications
TJUNCTION100 C
PACKAGE SIZE37.5mmx37.5mm (rPGA988B); 31mm x 24mm (BGA1023)
GRAPHICS AND IMC LITHOGRAPHY32 nm
SOCKETS SUPPORTEDFCBGA1023, PPGA988
Advanced Technologies
INTEL® TURBO BOOST TECHNOLOGY ‡2.0
INTEL® VPRO TECHNOLOGY ‡No
INTEL® HYPER-THREADING TECHNOLOGY ‡Yes
INTEL® VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY (VT-X) ‡Yes
INTEL® VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY FOR DIRECTED I/O (VT-D) ‡No
INTEL® VT-X WITH EXTENDED PAGE TABLES (EPT) ‡Yes
INTEL® 64 ‡Yes
INTEL® MY WIFI TECHNOLOGYYes
4G WIMAX WIRELESS TECHNOLOGYYes
IDLE STATESYes
ENHANCED INTEL SPEEDSTEP® TECHNOLOGYYes
INTEL® DEMAND BASED SWITCHINGNo
THERMAL MONITORING TECHNOLOGIESYes
INTEL® FAST MEMORY ACCESSYes
INTEL® FLEX MEMORY ACCESSYes
INTEL® IDENTITY PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY ‡Yes
Intel® Data Protection Technology
AES NEW INSTRUCTIONSNo
Intel® Platform Protection Technology
TRUSTED EXECUTION TECHNOLOGY ‡No
EXECUTE DISABLE BIT ‡Yes
ANTI-THEFT TECHNOLOGYYes
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AH, thank you so much! I completely forgot about the Intel ARK page.
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Great guide and I really appreciate the videos,

Can you please, please, please do an advanced video for RAM overclocking, timings including secondary and if possible go into more detail what each of the C States and fields in the first page of the Z77 Sabertooth settings do (PLL, VCCIO etc)

The videos helped me out so much and are brilliant. Much better than that Australian guy who did a video in his underpants lmao.

I can't seem to find VCCSA in my sabertooth settings which helps with overclocking memory, where is that please?

Thanks

edit - core temp seems to hog my system down for some reason, so I'm using real temp which works fine. However it does not have the VID field, is there any other application I can use to monitor this so I can work out my Offset, as you explained in your video?
Edited by majnu - 4/10/14 at 3:10am
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Great guide and I really appreciate the videos,

Can you please, please, please do an advanced video for RAM overclocking, timings including secondary and if possible go into more detail what each of the C States and fields in the first page of the Z77 Sabertooth settings do (PLL, VCCIO etc)

The videos helped me out so much and are brilliant. Much better than that Australian guy who did a video in his underpants lmao.

I can't seem to find VCCSA in my sabertooth settings which helps with overclocking memory, where is that please?

Thanks

edit - core temp seems to hog my system down for some reason, so I'm using real temp which works fine. However it does not have the VID field, is there any other application I can use to monitor this so I can work out my Offset, as you explained in your video?
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Hey buddy!
I'm the creator of the videos.

Unfortunately I don't know enough about RAM OC'ing in order to help you there.
I also never saw the point in OC'ing my ram - never really seen the gains. I saw benchmark gains - but game gains and load speeds etc - were barely affected for me.

Sure if I got some CAS7 2100+ ram, then that would be a different story.


Real temp is fine - but core temp works.
It really shouldn't hog your system - never heard of anyone having problems with it.

VID is best via core temp - maybe HWmonitor also shows it, but I honestly can't remember.
post #6519 of 7032
HWmonitor and HWinfo64 both show both Vcore and VID , HWinfo64 shows VID for each core , not that that is super important .
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Thanks guys. Managed to get it working in the end. For some reason it didn't like being opened whilst RealTemp was running.

@Totally dubbed - Thanks to your videos which were very thorough I managed to get a 4.5Ghz overclock using Offset. smile.gif

Shame my CPU is rubbish, as I needed 1.305V to get stable compared to your 1.27V. Well, they call it silicon lottery for a reason. smile.gif

If you ever do an advanced video explaining the other options and how they can help reduce temps (as I am not brave enough to de-lid and re-apply solder TIM) then let us know please. thumb.gif

Oh one thing I suggest is that when you've overclocked save it to a profile in the Bios and to USB stick.
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