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Hey man

I dont mean to be the bringer of bad news but you are using the wrong IBT. There is no way in hell that you are stable at 4.8ghz with 1.38vcore lol also u need to run it at least 20-30 times minimum. Then when u think u are stable run it 30 times at high to very high

BTW do you know what your batch number is?

You should be getting close to 75-90gflops lol try this one:
IBT AVX.zip 4327k .zip file

edit: gave you wrong one this one is the right one. sorry about that

For some reason that link didn't work for me, but your earlier one did thumb.gif

I got 81-85ish at 4.8 with 1.488v load, ram 1866 8-9-8 1T, with my tray full of crap tongue.gif Just did the 10 run/standard for now, but it does survive 8 hours of prime at those settings.

@tarnix, thanks for the reminder regarding prime rounding. My mobo doesn't have that particular setting, but bumping my ripjaws 1600c7 from 1.6 to 1.65 at the timings about DID fix a rounding error that I was having.
Edited by GrinderCAN - 1/10/13 at 8:34am
post #6762 of 67906
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Anyone can pass @ lower voltages with IBT 44gflops with only 10 runs. what i was pointing out is he should be using more runs.

i bet if he tried running OCCT and prime it wouldnt pass

Just to prove my point : 5ghz 10 run IBT without avx


Edited by gertruude - Today at 7:01 am

Actually, my chip is prime stable at 4.8Ghz @ 1.38 for 24hrs on in place large FFTs, while on the AVX enabled IBT I have to bump it to 1.4V to do a 30 pass run at Very High stress. I'll upload results and such from those when I get back home this afternoon.

AVX enabled IBT actually produces less heat than the version of IBT I was using in the original screenshot.
Edited by Olafthewimpy - 1/10/13 at 8:54am
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Actually, my chip is prime stable at 4.8Ghz @ 1.38 for 24hrs on in place large FFTs, while on the AVX enabled IBT I have to bump it to 1.4V to do a 30 pass run at Very High stress. I'll upload results and such from those when I get back home this afternoon.

AVX enabled IBT actually produces less heat than the version of IBT I was using in the original screenshot.

That's a super nice chip then. Please update your Rig info. It'd be interesting to see what you're running.
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Actually, my chip is prime stable at 4.8Ghz @ 1.38 for 24hrs on in place large FFTs, while on the AVX enabled IBT I have to bump it to 1.4V to do a 30 pass run at Very High stress. I'll upload results and such from those when I get back home this afternoon.

AVX enabled IBT actually produces less heat than the version of IBT I was using in the original screenshot.

Thats bloody decent. I dont suppose you could take off your heatsink and tell us the batch number of your cpu could you biggrin.gif
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For some reason that link didn't work for me, but your earlier one did thumb.gif

I got 81-85ish at 4.8 with 1.488v load, ram 1866 8-9-8 1T, with my tray full of crap tongue.gif Just did the 10 run/standard for now, but it does survive 8 hours of prime at those settings.

@tarnix, thanks for the reminder regarding prime rounding. My mobo doesn't have that particular setting, but bumping my ripjaws 1600c7 from 1.6 to 1.65 at the timings about DID fix a rounding error that I was having.

Nice man. Alittle high vcore but at least its stable!! Though now im thinking if we dont use avx applications then we could go back to using the old IBT.

What ya think?
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Thats bloody decent. I dont suppose you could take off your heatsink and tell us the batch number of your cpu could you biggrin.gif



Ugh, I might if I decide to redo thermal paste soon. The Silver Arrow is the biggest PITA to install, I swear.
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Nice man. Alittle high vcore but at least its stable!! Though now im thinking if we dont use avx applications then we could go back to using the old IBT.

What ya think?

The thing is, the IBT with AVX seems to apply an even more superficially extreme load on the processor than Prime 95 does. Stable with AVX IBT is like saying it's apocalypse ready, IMO. I've always used P95 to stress test, even though it's extremely overkill.
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Ugh, I might if I decide to redo thermal paste soon. The Silver Arrow is the biggest PITA to install, I swear.

Awwww You know you want to for scientific reasons biggrin.giftongue.gif
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Actually, my chip is prime stable at 4.8Ghz @ 1.38 for 24hrs on in place large FFTs, while on the AVX enabled IBT I have to bump it to 1.4V to do a 30 pass run at Very High stress. I'll upload results and such from those when I get back home this afternoon.

AVX enabled IBT actually produces less heat than the version of IBT I was using in the original screenshot.
That's very good smile.gif
Are those voltages the settings or are they actual voltage at load?
Also what level of LLC are you using?
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Tarnix - Could you post the snapshot of your LLC/VRM settings from BIOS? Thanks fo rall the detail.
post #6770 of 67906
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That's very good smile.gif
Are those voltages the settings or are they actual voltage at load?
Also what level of LLC are you using?

I've seen it fluctuate to around 1.39, but it seems to only hit that when a core changes to a new workload. As for LLC and such, I'm on a sabertooth 990FX.
My LLC is on the extreme setting. I'll screenshot BIOS when I get home.

Also, a point of interest: despite my chip being extremely voltage conservative, I can put voltage all the way to 1.5 and 5Ghz will not be stable no matter what multiplier/fsb combo I use, etc.
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