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HI all,
I'm new on this forum, and this is my first post.

I have a question.
What is the exact purpose of HPC mode? Every so often I see on various forums that people recommend that HPC mode is enabled.
I overclocked my CPU by the instructions for ASUS motherboard in this forum, and there is mentioned: "HPC Mode - Causes Freezing During Overclock - Recommend - Disabled"
Of course, i keep HPC mode disabled. What would I get if i set it to "enabled"?

HPC stops the cpu from downclocking under load....aparently smile.gif
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HPC stops the cpu from downclocking under load....aparently smile.gif

I used to disable that also but i am currently trying to find my highest clocks that are prime stable, running it as we speak and i have just enabled the hpc. Ibt stable is no good for bf3, only prime stable is bf3 stable unfortunately. Can play every other game ibt stable but not that
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I used to disable that also but i am currently trying to find my highest clocks that are prime stable, running it as we speak and i have just enabled the hpc. Ibt stable is no good for bf3, only prime stable is bf3 stable unfortunately. Can play every other game ibt stable but not that

I find being prime stable at 5ghz with less vcore than IBT AVX is the way to go for me confused.gif
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I find being prime stable at 5ghz with less vcore than IBT AVX is the way to go for me confused.gif

You take less vcore to be prime stable than ibt? other way round for me by a large chunk
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You take less vcore to be prime stable than ibt? other way round for me by a large chunk

It used to be IBT was easier for me to get stable than prime 4.6ghz to 4.8ghz lol but since i got watercooling and daily is 5ghz prime was stable with a lot less vcore than ibt avx.

I dont understand it either but IBT AVX is a bugger for me to get stable. i need over 1.57+ to be stable not sure what prime was but it wasnt as high.

IM going to be changing my fans round again on rad so ill do some testing and post results later smile.gif
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It used to be IBT was easier for me to get stable than prime 4.6ghz to 4.8ghz lol but since i got watercooling and daily is 5ghz prime was stable with a lot less vcore than ibt avx.

I dont understand it either but IBT AVX is a bugger for me to get stable. i need over 1.57+ to be stable not sure what prime was but it wasnt as high.

IM going to be changing my fans round again on rad so ill do some testing and post results later smile.gif

I have 4.9 dialled in at the moment p95 stable, been running an hour max temp 51c 1.57 vcore under load ultra llc. I tried playing bf3 last night at 4.7 but the bottleneck was horrendous, that cpu speed just does not cut it in that game, i need 4.9-5ghz prime stable to reduce not remove the bottleneck to justify running 2 gpu and have no cpu related crash has to be p95
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OK 4.7GHz is the best I can get a stable run (25 minutes on IBT High) at 1.488 VCore.

I have LLC on Ultra High, HPC enabled, everything else disabled. I am still seeing Multi drop to 7.0 during IBT although no 14.5 just 23.5 and 7.0 so not sure why that is happening?

Ideally I would like to hit 5GHz stable but without going FSB route I don't think I can do it. I tried VCore 1.513 for 200x25 and Windows wouldn't boot and I don't really want to put voltage higher because of temps. I currently hit 61C during IBT on Package temps.

Anyone got any idea on timings for my memory (in sig) so I can do an FSB OC? I already tried increasing FSB to nudge the CPU over 5GHz but again windows wouldn't boot, I suspect because the RAM was failing (2136MHz at the FSB I was using).

Any advice appreciated.

Paladine

Your trying to hit too many targets at once and using guess work. If you intend to oc your ram then you first need to know what it can do so i would reset the whole oc and start with the ram oc. Once you find the max ram stability you know for definite what it can do making the fsb or multi oc easier in combination
post #10109 of 67365
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Mega, I reseated the 8350 and cleaned it and the H110 block off using a microfiber cloth and isoprophyl. I used the pea size method again, but this time making sure I put slightly more than last time. I am still getting throttled due to socket temps being out of control (73C) . My core temp is just fine (52C). What can I do? Does air need to be blowing directly on the block or literally behind the motherboard for me to see any possible decrease in temp? Right now I have a 140mm blowing air over the VRMs and the block and I've got my H110 pushing it out the top. The two 120mm front fans and one 200mm side fan are blowing in. Neither fan is directly blowing air over the CPU block. There is no way for me to get a fan behind the motherboard, the case and managed cables just won't allow it.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I was really hoping to push it to 5Ghz. Right now I can't even get 4.8 which frustrates me...
Does anyone know why my Socket temp is so high compared to my Core Temp?
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Yes disable cool'n quiet. You dont need to touch CPU unlock.
 
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