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Originally Posted by CasperGS View Post

Sorry, was multi tasking conversations- wasnt trying to be rude or anything. Currently all that needs to be diable in the bios is disable. The most accurate oc's Ive been able to do requires high voltages to 1.5v and things get hot from there. My ram dosent play well with anyother settings then stock: CORSAIR Vengeance 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000). I just ordered: G.SKILL Sniper Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866 (PC3 14900) today and waiting. Does pushing the NB get me higher with lower temps?
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Cpu/nb LLC knock down to high , you dont need extreme settings even on 5ghz i dont use extreme cpu/nb llc

cpu current cap knock down to 110% u got too much for that clock

cpu/nb cap down to 110%

cpu/nb voltage is a bit low knock that to around 1.3 for your clock

last bit of advice

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Originally Posted by magicdave26 View Post

From all the videos I've watched, people are generally starting at 600 grit, > 800 > 1200 > 2000 > 2500

The last couple are just for the perfect mirror finish apparently and don't make a lot of difference to the temps

If you do it carefully and for long enough, I don't see there being any way you will damage the CPU, just be careful with the pins, I'm still trying to work out how I'm going to hold it, or what I can protect the pins with that isn't going to static kill it
Thanks for that, I`ll have a look in a while, currently trying to get my broadband fixed, apparently a load of cables got stolen and knocked people offline, I'm on my neighbours BT Openzone atm

If you got a spare board you can always seat it in it and sand....thats what I'd do.
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If you got a spare board you can always seat it in it and sand....thats what I'd do.

You need to have the sandpaper taped to a glass table and rub the CPU on the paper giving the perfect flat finish of the glass

I think rubbing the paper by hand over the CPU in the board would likely make it even more misshaped knowing my luck
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well guys as most of ya know, my chip is a fruitcake!

been experimenting. and well the vid is 1.3875 and when all bios is on stock, when it does the boost thing the cpu wants 1.41v for 4.2ghz mad.gif

(however, i can get it to about 4.3 on 1.3875)

ive been experimenting with different stress tests all morning, well prime full blend wants more volts than anything else. OCCT is a joke and even my nan is stable with that test, IBT v.high/ max and extreme are good and require less volts. but my vrms get considerably hotter compared to prime.

final result - sometimes prime stable and always stable with IBT @4.7 with 1.48v

final stress test before ocing the ram!

and just to make sure im running IBT and small FFTs tongue.gif
Edited by d1nky - 6/7/13 at 7:07am
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Originally Posted by magicdave26 View Post

You need to have the sandpaper taped to a glass table and rub the CPU on the paper giving the perfect flat finish of the glass

I think rubbing the paper by hand over the CPU in the board would likely make it even more misshaped knowing my luck

Nice...ty for that tid bit
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Originally Posted by CasperGS View Post

Nice...ty for that tid bit
+1

smile.gif

Ok, the missus has returned biggrin.gif

Lets see if 2 different grit papers is enough for me to brave it


EDIT - It begins biggrin.gif


Edited by magicdave26 - 6/7/13 at 7:30am
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what are you using to protect the pins?
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well guys as most of ya know, my chip is a fruitcake!

been experimenting. and well the vid is 1.3875 and when all bios is on stock, when it does the boost thing the cpu wants 1.41v for 4.2ghz mad.gif

(however, i can get it to about 4.3 on 1.3875)

ive been experimenting with different stress tests all morning, well prime full blend wants more volts than anything else. OCCT is a joke and even my nan is stable with that test, IBT v.high/ max and extreme are good and require less volts. but my vrms get considerably hotter compared to prime.

final result - sometimes prime stable and always stable with IBT @4.7 with 1.48v

final stress test before ocing the ram!

and just to make sure im running IBT and small FFTs tongue.gif

Ya know D1nky,
Before you go badmouthing a program you should really know what you are talking about. OCCT has many options and two tests that stress the CPU, memory, GPU, and PSU to varying degrees.
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OCCT is a joke and even my nan is stable with that test,
What test? OCCT CPU?, Linpack? small medium or large Data sets? what percentage of memory? 64 bit? AVX capable? all logical cores? In other words, none of them (stress/load tests) will give you accurate feedback if you don't set them up right or ask it to stress what you want loaded. Each stress test (P95,IBT, OCCT , Orthos, etc ) will stress or emphasize areas and components differently with their different libraries. OCCT has found errors in OC's that P95 did not at times and vice versa. I have been OC'ing since the days of the silver pen, volt mods with copper strands and homemade heatsinks. Some of the best OC'ers I know have been using OCCT as part of a stress/load regimen for years and if it's not heating it up as well as stressing your CPU, it's user error. Not only that but it also provides terrific feedback on what your various voltages are doing along the way.
Good luck with the pursuit of 5.0GHz


@ MagicDave,

If you really want to get serious...
get you one of these:

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Looking forward to seeing your lap....errr...nevermind biggrin.gif
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well guys as most of ya know, my chip is a fruitcake!

been experimenting. and well the vid is 1.3875 and when all bios is on stock, when it does the boost thing the cpu wants 1.41v for 4.2ghz mad.gif

(however, i can get it to about 4.3 on 1.3875)

ive been experimenting with different stress tests all morning, well prime full blend wants more volts than anything else. OCCT is a joke and even my nan is stable with that test, IBT v.high/ max and extreme are good and require less volts. but my vrms get considerably hotter compared to prime.

final result - sometimes prime stable and always stable with IBT @4.7 with 1.48v

final stress test before ocing the ram!

and just to make sure im running IBT and small FFTs tongue.gif

Ill bash ya some more than red did too.

You have got it wrong dinky, tut tut, but we will educate you rolleyes.gif

IBT (non avx) yes you can get a low voltage and it will still pass, IBT AVX requires MOAR volts than prime95 does, especially on my pc

OCCT is GREAT at logging temps volts stressing etc etc and for you to say it passes everything is quite wrong on your part.......
Edited by gertruude - 6/7/13 at 8:25am
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im not looking for 5ghz, not on this cooler. im just looking for prime stable.... the full nescafe gold blend.

that was said in humour, ya not see the joke about running IBT and small FFTs together.

im just getting annoyed that i can run all the other stress tests at max and be good for an hour (im impatient plus the vrm phases cut out when the vrm circuitiry gets too hot about that time) but when it comes to full blend, nothing.

im talking 4.7ghz. i guess im being ignorant of my hardware and inadequate cooling. i shoudl be patient and have the stable 4.6, tweak ram and wait for WC.

and occt seems the easiest of them all, i may just use that from what you mentioned and pretend i dont know what prime is wink.gif


didnt mean to cause offence! i always believed prime to be the god of stressing, and yea OCCT has a nice integrated suite.

btw OCCT = cpu linpack, avx capable 90%mem
IBT = extreme or maximum

i did ask where to find and use the AVX but no one helped lol
Edited by d1nky - 6/7/13 at 8:32am
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