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post #9191 of 19539
anyone got any tools which can apply XMP memory profiles at the desktop? My 2133mhz kit is currently running at stock 1333mhz and I can't activate XMP at the bios since I'm out of the office (I have remote desktop access)
post #9192 of 19539
Nice chart there (hope chart is the name). I may try to test to crank my voltage over 1.3. But Im on air, so dont know how dangerous the voltage is. If temps are under 80-85 in ie. prime during load, then maybe 1.3+ isnt that bad right? If I go over 1.3 I may see other multis. Just want to be on the "safe" side though. And for my Eventual input voltage, should I try to go even further then 2.0 on that aswell you think? (havent tryed that yet)
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I haven't had much time to mess with my desktop since I built it in August. I do remember that I didn't get much over 4ghz on my current cooling solution. What are the best recommendations for a cooling solution that will fit in my Silverstone TJ-08E? I was thinking about a Thermaltake Water 3.0 Pro. I'd like a bequiet Dark Rock Pro 2 if I could find one and it fit. I'd like to hit 4.5ghz.

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post #9194 of 19539
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

anyone got any tools which can apply XMP memory profiles at the desktop? My 2133mhz kit is currently running at stock 1333mhz and I can't activate XMP at the bios since I'm out of the office (I have remote desktop access)

The Intel Extreme Tuning Utility can make changes, then a reboot applies them....Will that work for you?
post #9195 of 19539
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I'm working on it. But with 1.29v I shouldn't even have problems at 4.3. Stock uncore. 1.95vrin. Ram 1600. Cstate on and manual for the voltage.
Will keep trying and I'm checking this thread every post.

Reading all of the posts is a really good idea, there is a crazy amount of useful information in these pages. thumb.gif That 1.95v on the VRIN sounds a little high for 1.29v vcore, are you able to lower the VRIN and maintain stability?
post #9196 of 19539
I have tryed to lower it (I started with low value and have cranked it up) But havent seen any difference to be honest.
Btw, is there a way to enable an option to turn my computer on from my work computer? I am using teamviewer to remote to it. But I want an option to be able to turn it on aswell?

There are no way you can remote to a computer when that computer is in BIOS right?
Edited by Akehage - 1/27/14 at 10:16pm
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post #9197 of 19539
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I have tryed to lower it (I started with low value and have cranked it up) But havent seen any difference to be honest.
Btw, is there a way to enable an option to turn my computer on from my work computer? I am using teamviewer to remote to it. But I want an option to be able to turn it on aswell?

There are no way you can remote to a computer when that computer is in BIOS right?

As far as I know, there would be no way to remotely turn your PC on, there would need to be some sort of active connection to the PC which would not be there if it's off.
post #9198 of 19539
I will check into it, Im pretty sure it can be done, WOL (Wake on LAN). If any one is interested in the same I can (if figured out) post some tutorial on it.
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post #9199 of 19539
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The Intel Extreme Tuning Utility can make changes, then a reboot applies them....Will that work for you?

I tried XTU 4.2 but there's not options for memory overclocking, only cpu overclocking.

Restart is not a issue; I'm using Teamviewer which can easily reboot remotely and reestablish a connection for me.
post #9200 of 19539
Ake, I believe there's any option built into Teamviewer to allow remote booting. I think it requires enabling C states as well as 'Magic Packet' (should be an option in the LAN adapter properties > Intel Proset settings)
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