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So close to that 5.5GHz boot...
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Might try again tomorrow, but today when I bumped the voltage to get that little bit more out of this chip it shut down during windows bootup, figured it was thermal protection and didn't try again just in case. Maybe a different FSB and multi combo would work, but I ran out of time today.
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So close to that 5.5GHz boot...
http://valid.canardpc.com/14rxbh
Might try again tomorrow, but today when I bumped the voltage to get that little bit more out of this chip it shut down during windows bootup, figured it was thermal protection and didn't try again just in case. Maybe a different FSB and multi combo would work, but I ran out of time today.

Lucky you, I can only get 5 GHZ at best with this amount of voltage.
 
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Lucky you, I can only get 5 GHZ at best with this amount of voltage.
How much/what speed RAM are you using? I believe if I had all my 8GB in I would need 1.6v+ to validate this clock, using only half of that requires much less voltage. What does your chip run daily? Mine does 4.9GHz @ 1.5v.
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How much/what speed RAM are you using? I believe if I had all my 8GB in I would need 1.6v+ to validate this clock, using only half of that requires much less voltage. What does your chip run daily? Mine does 4.9GHz @ 1.5v.

5014 MHZ 1.575 V (1.56-1.572 Real) with 8 GB RAM at 1959 MHZ.

NB at 2655 MHZ and HT Link at 3540 MHZ.
 
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Yeah that RAM could be weary on the CPU. Not sure how much on daily clocks, but when benching and shooting for high boot clock definitely. I've seen plenty of chips need that much voltage for 5GHz stable though, so you're not alone. redface.gif
At some point I might see what my chip needs to get 5GHz fully stable, the problem is I need to have the window open to keep it cool so I haven't bothered so far, I only run with the window open during benching.
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5014 MHZ 1.575 V (1.56-1.572 Real) with 8 GB RAM at 1959 MHZ.

NB at 2655 MHZ and HT Link at 3540 MHZ.

What have you got as voltage on the cpu-nb?
Found that could make a big impact on stability for me.

Current is:


Fsb/multi combo
4.8ghz @ 1.5v
2140 ram with 2680 cpu-nb @ 1.35v

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Originally Posted by M1kuTheAwesome View Post

Yeah that RAM could be weary on the CPU. Not sure how much on daily clocks, but when benching and shooting for high boot clock definitely. I've seen plenty of chips need that much voltage for 5GHz stable though, so you're not alone. redface.gif
At some point I might see what my chip needs to get 5GHz fully stable, the problem is I need to have the window open to keep it cool so I haven't bothered so far, I only run with the window open during benching.

I need around 1.575v and 1.4v on the cpu-nb for ~5ghz with above ram and cpu-nb clocks.

Are you running that 4.9 clock daily on your setup?
How much volts?

Keep those vrm's in check, I wouldn't trust that board with high voltage daily.
I don't know your story so if you have proper airflow over the vrm already, ignore this. Just trying to warn. tongue.gif
    
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I didn't mention the fact I'm not either IBT or RAM stable at all.

RAM fails right after test 8 no matter what on memtest86.

Cpu isn't just good with IBT. But if I step it up a notch I can get IBT Stable, but temps skyrocket at 1.58 V

NB is at 1.318 V...
 
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What have you got as voltage on the cpu-nb?
Found that could make a big impact on stability for me.

Current is:


Fsb/multi combo
4.8ghz @ 1.5v
2140 ram with 2680 cpu-nb @ 1.35v
I need around 1.575v and 1.4v on the cpu-nb for ~5ghz with above ram and cpu-nb clocks.

Are you running that 4.9 clock daily on your setup?
How much volts?

Keep those vrm's in check, I wouldn't trust that board with high voltage daily.
I don't know your story so if you have proper airflow over the vrm already, ignore this. Just trying to warn. tongue.gif
Yup, 4.9 daily, 1 bump below 1.5v in the BIOS, HWiNFO reports between 1.488 to 1.5v, CPU/NB at 1.25v, RAM is at stock settings(1600MHz, 9-9-9-24 @ 1.5v). I've got a slim 80mm fan behind the socket daily cause that's all I can fit there, but for stress testing/beching I zip tie a 120mm there. I also have a 40mm I think just underneath the heatsink blowing air up. Not sure how hot the VRMs themselves run cause there's no sensor there, but socket temp maxes out at 76C under IBT load, but I've never seen it being over 60C during normal use and I would imagine VRMs running hot should heat up the socket a fair bit, so not too concerned.
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I didn't mention the fact I'm not either IBT or RAM stable at all.

RAM fails right after test 8 no matter what on memtest86.

Cpu isn't just good with IBT. But if I step it up a notch I can get IBT Stable, but temps skyrocket at 1.58 V

NB is at 1.318 V...
That's too bad. Seems like your chip doesn't like going fast. But since your RAM seems to be unstable as well and judging by your odd RAM speed you must be running FSB overclock. Try multi only so your RAM will run at stock speeds. And yea, CPU/NB voltage helps with RAM, you should be able to go at least 1.35v without problems.
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don't count out a chip due to a bad overclock...

NB and HT that high doesn't not make any sense

also reading the mobo manual would be a good start..
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Yup, 4.9 daily, 1 bump below 1.5v in the BIOS, HWiNFO reports between 1.488 to 1.5v, CPU/NB at 1.25v, RAM is at stock settings(1600MHz, 9-9-9-24 @ 1.5v). I've got a slim 80mm fan behind the socket daily cause that's all I can fit there, but for stress testing/beching I zip tie a 120mm there. I also have a 40mm I think just underneath the heatsink blowing air up. Not sure how hot the VRMs themselves run cause there's no sensor there, but socket temp maxes out at 76C under IBT load, but I've never seen it being over 60C during normal use and I would imagine VRMs running hot should heat up the socket a fair bit, so not too concerned.
That's too bad. Seems like your chip doesn't like going fast. But since your RAM seems to be unstable as well and judging by your odd RAM speed you must be running FSB overclock. Try multi only so your RAM will run at stock speeds. And yea, CPU/NB voltage helps with RAM, you should be able to go at least 1.35v without problems.

RAM DOES RUN at stock speed, but god if it is awful with those high latencies. I should try to up the voltage to 1.7 V and up the NB Voltage too.

In fact, I'm going to do this right now, hope I find a solution.

EDIT: Done, got stable at 1966 MHZ, 1.312 V NB 2655 MHZ.

Will try for lower voltages later. NB-Wise.

I don't even dare to touch the VCore, is like asking for repeated crashes.
Edited by 3DVu - 1/11/15 at 9:55pm
 
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