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Now without Pidgin screwing up my burn test with sudden chat windows....



So, ladies and gentlemen! Should I work on tightening my RAM timings again, or try for even higher clock speed?biggrin.gif
 
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RAM timings, check mine @ 9-9-9-24 runs quite nice but I wish I got 1866MHz..
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Any idea what timings I should be aiming for with what I've got?

EDIT: Idly, while waiting for a response, I increased multiplier to 20.5 and got a BSOD 0x124 in LinX. I upped the Vcore to 1.49 before LLC and then proceeded to get this:


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Any idea what timings I should be aiming for with what I've got?

EDIT: Idly, while waiting for a response, I increased multiplier to 20.5 and got a BSOD 0x124 in LinX. I upped the Vcore to 1.49 before LLC and then proceeded to get this:

Dude i think the stress test is failing because you need for cpu nb voltage. I see your running a frequency of 2800mhz on the cpu nb. Either lower the multi for this in the bios which will reduce that frequency or increase the cpu nb voltage to 1.3-1.32v. Let me know how this goes.
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with a 980BE all you have to do is hit the multi two clicks and make it run @ 4.1GHz with ease.
Deneb C3 averages about two clicks up on the multi on stock voltage, the multiplier is unlocked so I do not see what the problem is here.
then you set the RAM to specs or time as some call it and you done.
the voltage can be left on auto at first and then check the temps.
that's it.
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Dude i think the stress test is failing because you need for cpu nb voltage. I see your running a frequency of 2800mhz on the cpu nb. Either lower the multi for this in the bios which will reduce that frequency or increase the cpu nb voltage to 1.3-1.32v. Let me know how this goes.

CPUNB is already at 1.3v for me in order to get that 2800MHz. I'll let you know how 1.32v on CPUNB works out tomorrow, need to go to bed. I can also knock it down to 2600 MHz if that makes more sense to you. My notes have that speed stable at CPUNB of 1.2v (based on OCing it just by itself with everything else stock).
 
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CPUNB is already at 1.3v for me in order to get that 2800MHz. I'll let you know how 1.32v on CPUNB works out tomorrow, need to go to bed. I can also knock it down to 2600 MHz if that makes more sense to you. My notes have that speed stable at CPUNB of 1.2v (based on OCing it just by itself with everything else stock).
CPU NB FREQUENCY at 2600mhz would be more stable. Your cpu frequency and voltage isn't the problem. The cpu nb frequency and memory stresses the IMC of your chip. That's why when you were running your ram with loose timings it din't have a problem but when you used tight timings it failed.
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leave it all on auto/default/stock first and just hit the multi...... doh.gif
Edited by malmental - 1/17/13 at 6:39pm
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leave it all on auto/default/stock first and just hit the multi...... doh.gif
This^ Afterwards you could tweak your ram and cpu nb frequency.
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leave it all on auto/default/stock first and just hit the multi...... doh.gif

Alright, all right, keeping it simple like a good little overclocker. Results of x20.5 at 1.49v before extreme LLC (for some reason, one of the settings must have bumped my core clock up 18MHz as CPU-Z reads it) :



And now the same at 1.51v, trying 1.53 last resort.


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