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Mate gimmie some temps via CoreTemp and let me know if u pass OCCT.
Had the similar settings but Vcore much lower - 1.176. Was stabele in windows but OCCT threw error at core 0.
Had bluescreens before on different BCLK's that indicated that my Vcore is too low.

Since I have an i5 750 and you have an i7 860, you need a higher vcore because of hyperthreaing. Try 1.25 v and test again. I already tested my system with p95 and LinX anf temps are around in the 50s.
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I still prefer to see the screenshots of coretem/real temp.
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I still prefer to see the screenshots of coretem/real temp.

I don't have real temp installed but I did an hour run on p95 with HW monitor showing a temperatures around 50-56 C.

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Lets start with the following:

Load-Line Calibration - Enabled
CPU Spread Spectrum - Disabled
PCIE SPread Spectrum - Disabled
C1E - Disabled
SpeedStep Tech - Disabled
C-State - Disabled


CPU Ratio - 21
BCLK Frequency - 166

CPU Voltage - 1.2 V
IMC Voltage - 1.150v
DRAM Voltage - 1.5V
CPU PLL Voltage - Default
PCH Voltage - Default

And post a screenshot with STOCK values from cpu-z, so I can check the default values of your chip.
Also pay attention to the RAM clock when overclocking, since you have 1333 Mhz RAM you won't have much room for overclocking. Try always setting up the memory clock near to its original speed.
    
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Guess whos back smile.gif

Lets start with the following:

Load-Line Calibration - Enabled
CPU Spread Spectrum - Disabled
PCIE SPread Spectrum - Disabled
C1E - Disabled
SpeedStep Tech - Disabled
C-State - Disabled


CPU Ratio - 21
BCLK Frequency - 166

CPU Voltage - 1.2 V
IMC Voltage - 1.150v
DRAM Voltage - 1.5V
CPU PLL Voltage - Default
PCH Voltage - Default

And post a screenshot with STOCK values from cpu-z, so I can check the default values of your chip.
Also pay attention to the RAM clock when overclocking, since you have 1333 Mhz RAM you won't have much room for overclocking. Try always setting up the memory clock near to its original speed.
Welcome back LIKE A BOSS mate! I missed your sage advice.

You want the CPU Voltage to be 1.2? As I type exactly 1.2 BIOS sets it to something below 1.2. So we need to clarify that first.
I had those settings and they been unstable.
But good news is that when I have everything on auto with turbo I pass OCCT with like 56 degrees celcius.
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Use as VCore 1.265v and make sure everything is like I said. But I'm still waiting for the CPUZ screen with stock values. tongue.gif
    
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post #27 of 62
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Use as VCore 1.265v and make sure everything is like I said. But I'm still waiting for the CPUZ screen with stock values. tongue.gif
Allright mate I will be on it after I get back from job interview.
Been away from computer for few days - looking for a job, making small jobs for a friend of mine with his friend computer etc.


I will report in today.
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post #28 of 62
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Reporting in.

I have set everything acording to your instructions with vcore at 1.256 V.

DRAM Frequency were: 966. 1328, 1660, 1992. I have chosen 1328 since it was the closest to 1333 (ram default frequency)
Timings I set to: 9-9-9-24

Now:

CPU Voltage options were: 1.25000, 1.25625 and 1.26250. I have set it to 1.26250. I need to add its marked as yellow golden color (but I assume that is safe)
IMC Voltage - 1.15000
DRAM - 1.5000
PLL - 1.8
PCH - 1.05


After I saved settings here is how BIOS showed those voltages in grey information text:
CPU Core [1.256 V]
IMC [1.156 jumping to 1.159, 1.162, 1.171, 1.178 V]
DRAM [1.490 jumping to 1.493 V]
PLL [1.768 jumping to 1.793 V]
PCH [1.043 V jumping to 1.046 V]


Here is the CPU-Z screens you asked for:





Reason why I made two is because the voltage was jumping from 1.248 V to 1.256 V and back.


What's next mate?


//// EDIT:

I ran OCCT for 5 minutes and 30 seconds Small Data Set to check the settings out and temps too


It seems that at full load vcore jumps up to 1.264 V ackording to CPU-Z.

Shall I leave it that way or shall I set it under BIOS to 1.25000 so it might jump to 1.256 V under load? Dunno if im thinking right but let me know.


Let me know the next steps jak3z mate.
Edited by Seban - 6/26/13 at 8:38am
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post #29 of 62
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Situation update:
I have set in BIOS 1.25625 for CPU Voltage and when I am at windows CPU-Z shows it as 1.248V
I did additional 1 hour OCCT (screened before I stopped):

http://img849.imageshack.us/img849/4039/fku1.jpg

Hottest core was 61 degrees celsius.
CPU-Z shown 1.256 V under full load.
So is that our CPU Voltage we wanted?


Where do we go from here ?



//// EDIT:

I tried 176 BCLK with same settings but I recieved bluescreen with code 124 so I got back to 166. Was excited and curious if its gonna go higher but I should wait for you mate to guide me further. Im so excited. Dont let me wait too long!

Still waiting for your opinion on the current situation.
Edited by Seban - 6/26/13 at 6:49pm
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post #30 of 62
I had my i5-760 (3.91 Ghz, 186x21) stable with 1.375vcore/1.325VTT for 8 hours in OCCT; it still blue-screened sometimes (once every month or two). Right now I'm at 1.45vcore/1.45VTT and haven't blue-screened. If your cooling can handle it give it some more juice, it can only make it more stable (again, if you cooling can handle it).
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