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post #21 of 24
The FFT values that Sandy Bridge has the toughest time with are 1344K, 1792K and 2688K, from what people report here. You can also shorten your Prime95 testing by setting up a custom torture test that either limits the maximum FFT size, the number of minutes to run each FFT value, or both.
post #22 of 24
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So I ran a bunch of tests using different voltages last night. I decided on a 41 multi and a - .08 offset. Started at 1.06 vccio and went up to 1.15. 1.115 made it farthest without crashing and so i decided to bump the voltage to only a - .07 offset. Bsod almost right away. Anything you can think of to do different?
post #23 of 24
That's an awful lot of negative offset -- if you have none at all, what does CPU-Z report for Vcore at 100% utilization? It might be pushing you too low at idle.

Note also that VCCIO might need to be adjusted either higher or lower -- you got the best results at 1.115V, so mabye that's the sweet spot for that one.

Have you tried using a positive offset?
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by stahlhart View Post

That's an awful lot of negative offset -- if you have none at all, what does CPU-Z report for Vcore at 100% utilization? It might be pushing you too low at idle.

Note also that VCCIO might need to be adjusted either higher or lower -- you got the best results at 1.115V, so mabye that's the sweet spot for that one.

Have you tried using a positive offset?

It is allot of negative offset, but it gives me about 1.24vcore under load. When I tried to increase it, it simply bsod faster. If I use a positive offset it will give me almost 1.4 vcore, which is pushing it a little to far for me. The problem is that its always bsod during load. I've never had it pass more than 10 hours of prime blend.
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