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The way you can tell is the GFlops. 80GFlops+ is AVX.

Ahhh ye..otherwise 45 range ye
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Cinebench is as trustworthy as a dirty politician.

Read http://www.ftc.gov/os/adjpro/d9341/091216intelcmpt.pdf
Watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=4et7kDGSRfc&t=226
Yep, ICC. R15 is a bit more fair, it was just a score for reference.. Will rerun IBT AVX and try Black Hole soon enough..
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Yep, ICC. R15 is a bit more fair, it was just a score for reference.. Will rerun IBT AVX and try Black Hole soon enough..

I have not done enough testing but I did run the ICC patch to scan Cinebench R15 for any crippling compilers in conjunction with activating BDCx64 with ever reboot religiously and have seen a slight improvement in my cinebench score's. It dosn't hurt to try, what I saw was the score I ended up with was slightly higher than running R15 in safe mode. I would like to see if anyone else could test this. This is the ICC zip file, In other news I'm going to put some IC Diamond paste on my mosfets, If it blows up oh well l0ol reminds me of the Home Improvment T.v Show (Tim Allen) . icc_patch.zip 291k .zip file


I came back to show what I was referring too heres with BDCx64 activated before running ICC patch on Cinebench.


Here is BDCx64 and ICC patched on the cinebench folder.


In order for it to scan properly in the ICC program you must go to options and check the following to i have circled


Icc patch lets you scan the entire drive or folders
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IBT Ran. ~90 GFlops.. http://valid.canardpc.com/wasjux

Edited by X-Alt - 3/6/14 at 2:39pm
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Hey guys, I haven't overclocked yet but I registered to tell you how thankful I am to the people involved with the guides and feedback found in this thread. You have no idea how stressed I've been for over a week now, putting my build together. I have fresh installed Windows 8.1 three times and have tried every bios settings known to Google, just to get my system functioning at stock settings & speeds without receiving random BSOD's. I've run Memtest, Prime95, HDtune etc etc. all with no errors. Then I could be browsing the web, installing a program, encoding video and boom, BSOD or reboot. I was convinced it was either my 2yr old PSU or my bios settings/voltages. I've been putting together builds for myself and others for over 10yrs and this was the first time I've been this stumped. I was seriously about to give up and return everything back to MicroCenter and RMA my ram back to NewEgg.

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Hey guys, I haven't overclocked yet but I registered to tell you how thankful I am to the people involved with the guides and feedback found in this thread. You have no idea how stressed I've been for over a week now, putting my build together. I have fresh installed Windows 8.1 three times and have tried every bios settings known to Google, just to get my system functioning at stock settings & speeds without receiving random BSOD's. I've run Memtest, Prime95, HDtune etc etc. all with no errors. Then I could be browsing the web, installing a program, encoding video and boom, BSOD or reboot. I was convinced it was either my 2yr old PSU or my bios settings/voltages. I've been putting together builds for myself and others for over 10yrs and this was the first time I've been this stumped. I was seriously about to give up and return everything back to MicroCenter and RMA my ram back to NewEgg.

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Did you fix it?

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You can make a prettier description of your build.

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Hi, ArconHadron....I finally thought I was running great. The system actually stayed on with no random BSOD's all day while I was working. I came home for lunch and did some internet browsing, downloaded some programs. but I just got a reboot. All I was doing was streaming from PS3 Media Server. The movie was about half way through and froze. Went over to my PC and of course it was rebooting. I didn't get a chance to see if it was a BSOD or just a reset. Streaming a 1080p vid is a little taxing on CPU and about 2% ram.

I've run 3 passes each on Prime95 of Small FFTs and Blend. All cores are fine and temp hit around 51-53c. It idles around 16-26c, depending on my room temp. This is at stock volts. I just manually placed them in as suggested. Only thing I manually changed was my G.Skill Sniper kit from 1.49 to 1.5 as was told by a mod over at G.Skill. They said since 1866 is considered OC'ing, I need to manually change the voltage. And they said I may need to bump the cpu/nb.

I'm going crazy over here...About to buy a new PSU, then everything will be brand new but I figured the Antec 750 got me through 2yrs with no problems on my PII X6 1055T, it would be sufficient enough for this build. I don't know anymore, I open for suggestions......
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Hi, ArconHadron....I finally thought I was running great. The system actually stayed on with no random BSOD's all day while I was working. I came home for lunch and did some internet browsing, downloaded some programs. but I just got a reboot. All I was doing was streaming from PS3 Media Server. The movie was about half way through and froze. Went over to my PC and of course it was rebooting. I didn't get a chance to see if it was a BSOD or just a reset. Streaming a 1080p vid is a little taxing on CPU and about 2% ram.

I've run 3 passes each on Prime95 of Small FFTs and Blend. All cores are fine and temp hit around 51-53c. It idles around 16-26c, depending on my room temp. This is at stock volts. I just manually placed them in as suggested. Only thing I manually changed was my G.Skill Sniper kit from 1.49 to 1.5 as was told by a mod over at G.Skill. They said since 1866 is considered OC'ing, I need to manually change the voltage. And they said I may need to bump the cpu/nb.

I'm going crazy over here...About to buy a new PSU, then everything will be brand new but I figured the Antec 750 got me through 2yrs with no problems on my PII X6 1055T, it would be sufficient enough for this build. I don't know anymore, I open for suggestions......

Did you set the ram timings manually? I would also bump the ram voltage another .05v to 1.55v if it's rated for 1.5 at 1866. I would also set the CPU_NB voltage to 1.25 and NB LLC to high, then see if that stabilizes things. What voltage have you set for the CPU?
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Just on Vacation eh? Wanted to come back and work for an OC did you?
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Did you set the ram timings manually? I would also bump the ram voltage another .05v to 1.55v if it's rated for 1.5 at 1866. I would also set the CPU_NB voltage to 1.25 and NB LLC to high, then see if that stabilizes things. What voltage have you set for the CPU?
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I think I've tried 1.55 on dram but I'll give it another go. I believe cpu/nb is 1.25 also and I followed the guide in the OP so my LLC's are set to ultra and high respectively. Cpu stock was 1.32 and I just tried 1.34 while I was encoding a video and noticed it maxed at1.3456. And about 10min into the encode, I rebooted, no BSOD so that's a plus. My memory timings are manually dialed in at 9-10-9-28. I left the 1T or 2T set to auto if that matters?
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