Originally Posted by miklkit
In another thread it was mentioned that IBT results of less than +3 are unstable. I have been getting results of -1 for some time along with IBT saying it is stable.
So last night I went looking for +3.
One click up on the vcore and I found the sweet spot. This thing has never run this good. It looks like it was slightly undervolted.
Then I continued raising the volts and did get that +3. I also got more heat and less stability with IBT stopping after just 2-3 runs. Thinking it might be in a transition stage I kept upping the vcore volts until it was over 1.6v in the bios, but it never stabilized.
What am I doing wrong?
voltage swing seems high whats llc at?
-1 are not stable although it will tell you it is
sc of bios would help !~
Originally Posted by BonzaiTree
I'm in the process of getting all the parts for my first watercooling loop...and I decided it's just a waste to use all those nice parts on a 4170!
...so I bought an 8350
For getting a bunch of water parts cheap, this build is getting expensive quick.
Originally Posted by dmfree88
you must have a pretty good chip flail. I have to be at the same vcore to get 4.5ghz stable. Stock voltage only works up to 4.2ghz i have to bump up one notch at 4.3.. 4.7-4.8ghz has to be at 1.5vish to get positive ibt avx results (AND pass freeze test) and run p95 without errors.
Maybe its cause your mobo is so much better or you have taken other steps to become stable (changing cpuvdda/vdda which my board doesn't have an option for that im aware of). I am not sure but stock voltages are NOT stable even at 4.3ghz for me (i can boot stock voltages up to 4.5ghz atleast but needs much more to be stable) currently im at 1.44v at 4.5ghz for 100% stable
heres what 4.7 required for me, set to 1.48 LLC set to high vboosts up to 1.52, I tried one step down and got neg results:
cpu pll maybe i knwo my ud7 has it
Originally Posted by miklkit
This is not going well.....
What is: LLC. VDDA, APM?
Here are the bios settings I am happy with.
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I reset most everything to auto and stock clocks and IBT is not stable, with it starting at 3 and then jumping to 5-8 and stopping.
load line calibration explained in prior post
vdda is ... iirc the voltage it uses to stabilize only really helps on giga or so i have been told. never helped on asus boards but does seem to be a huge help on giga
apm application power management throttles you to ~ 40c unless hpc is enabled. with hpc enabled will also still throttle @ ~ 72 socket
*all names could be wrong but definitions should be right
Originally Posted by Devildog83
I have tried that and it still starts slow. I am going to load 1 program at a time when I get the new SSD I can find out what exactly slows it down. Plus the 840 pro is a big upgrade in terms of speed from the one I have.
ai suite does slow it down you can also restore to a point where you didnt have it installed
nice job to all with ocs didnt want to quote everyeon