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you always want to take note of min max and median vcore values and even double click vcore to get a graphing so you can see if you are getting droop or overshoot....this helps to let you tell if llc is doing what it should or if vcore maybe be to low due to vdroop and every board/chip can run differently

I ran another test and this time got the VCore Graph up like you suggested, here are the latest screens.






Would I be better off changing my LLC to high and adjusting voltages accordingly from there, or should I stay on Ultra high and work off that? Since it seemed stable with the 1.404 peaks would it be safe to say I start with 1.400 and work my way up?
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Originally Posted by deehoC View Post

I ran another test and this time got the VCore Graph up like you suggested, here are the latest screens.
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Would I be better off changing my LLC to high and adjusting voltages accordingly from there, or should I stay on Ultra high and work off that? Since it seemed stable with the 1.404 peaks would it be safe to say I start with 1.400 and work my way up?

if i was u i wouldnt run IBT or prime as you only have the 212 evo.....temps r high fr 4.3ghz even for the evo

we can try get u up to 4.5ghz but i would not stress test it at that clock.....

i find it easier to use ultra high in bios so i would stick to that, others might not agree but we all have our own ways of doing things
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if i was u i wouldnt run IBT or prime as you only have the 212 evo.....temps r high fr 4.3ghz even for the evo

we can try get u up to 4.5ghz but i would not stress test it at that clock.....

i find it easier to use ultra high in bios so i would stick to that, others might not agree but we all have our own ways of doing things

I'll keep it on ultra high then and try to tweak the voltage in tiny increments. I'm mostly just curious to see if I could run at 4.5 and what kind of voltage/temps I'd get but I would be sufficiently happy with a 4.3GHz stable clock on air until I can get an H220-X or something comparable to really help with the temps.
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Putting a fan behind your motherboard pointing at the back of your CPU socket could also help smile.gif I wedged a 120 mm fan between it and my right side panel tongue.gif It doens't get much air (if any) but temps are slightly lower. When I stress test I open the side panel.
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I'll keep it on ultra high then and try to tweak the voltage in tiny increments. I'm mostly just curious to see if I could run at 4.5 and what kind of voltage/temps I'd get but I would be sufficiently happy with a 4.3GHz stable clock on air until I can get an H220-X or something comparable to really help with the temps.


just stick in 4.5ghz on multi with a vcore of 1.40 tops, id probably try 1.37 first if im honest

looking at your screenshots i cant see anything wrong....u could probably put values in the auto spaces but thats just my way of doing it
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just stick in 4.5ghz on multi with a vcore of 1.40 tops, id probably try 1.37 first if im honest

looking at your screenshots i cant see anything wrong....u could probably put values in the auto spaces but thats just my way of doing it

If I can't do 4.3GHz @ 1.375v manual voltage unless my LLC lets it spike to 1.404v how would I possibly manage 4.5GHz @ 1.37v? I'm probably overlooking something here but that doesn't seem likely to me.
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Putting a fan behind your motherboard pointing at the back of your CPU socket could also help smile.gif I wedged a 120 mm fan between it and my right side panel tongue.gif It doens't get much air (if any) but temps are slightly lower. When I stress test I open the side panel.

Sadly I have no spare fans to try this with right now but it'll be one of my priorities to get.
Edited by deehoC - 1/23/15 at 12:10pm
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God I'm dumb..I didn't set it to 1.375 I had it set to 1.35 heh. Might be why I had issues running above stock speeds under stock voltage >.>

Braindead move. Brb new test.

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4.3GHz @ 1.375v peaked at 1.3909 and failed on the 3rd test (Slight improvement over before when it failed on the 2nd every time.) Looks like its time to go a bit above stock VID. Thanks for all of your prompt and informative replies so far guys, you're all a huge help to me. I'd be second guessing myself constantly without more knowledgeable folk to go when I've got a question.

edit 2:

Aaand it's not passing with voltage bumped up 2 notches higher, heres the screenshot.

Temps are actually higher now than when LLC was on Auto..? I'm a bit puzzled for now so I think I'll set it to 4200 and call it a day til I get proper cooling unless you guys noticed some glaring mistake I've made.


Edited by deehoC - 1/23/15 at 12:51pm
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God I'm dumb..I didn't set it to 1.375 I had it set to 1.35 heh. Might be why I had issues running above stock speeds under stock voltage >.>

Braindead move. Brb new test.

edit:

4.3GHz @ 1.375v peaked at 1.3909 and failed on the 3rd test (Slight improvement over before when it failed on the 2nd every time.) Looks like its time to go a bit above stock VID. Thanks for all of your prompt and informative replies so far guys, you're all a huge help to me. I'd be second guessing myself constantly without more knowledgeable folk to go when I've got a question.

edit 2:

Aaand it's not passing with voltage bumped up 2 notches higher, heres the screenshot.

Temps are actually higher now than when LLC was on Auto..? I'm a bit puzzled for now so I think I'll set it to 4200 and call it a day til I get proper cooling unless you guys noticed some glaring mistake I've made.
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dont be put off by bloody IBT, it take sso much more voltage to pass and u are cooking as it is...... you have very high temps already

try going for 4.4ghz and see how u gofor daily use...dont use IBT til u have decent cooling
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Just noticed something from my original image where I passed 4.3GHz @ 1.35v with the 1.404v max, and my latest failure screen. In the passing screenshot it states my HT Ratio was 11x but in the failed screenshot its at 13x.

I don't recall switching that setting myself so would that be a possible cause for a failure? I set my NB and HT to 2200 and 2600 respectively via manual.
Edited by deehoC - 1/23/15 at 2:09pm
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Just noticed something from my original image where I passed 4.3GHz @ 1.35v, and my latest failure screen. In the passing screenshot it states my HT Ratio was 11x but in the failed screenshot its at 13x.

I don't recall switching that setting myself so would that be a possible cause for a failure? I set my NB and HT to 2200 and 2600 respectively via manual.

NB and HT they are indeed stock values

i think your cpu nb voltage is a bit low but i not 100% if it is actually too low, i have mine set at 1.35 atm
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