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Thanks for the info. If you look at your profile, there will be an option to "build" your rig. It will add a drop down menu at the bottom of your posts. Makes it easy for anybody to see what hardware your using at any time.
1866 ram will definitely make things a little easier on you vs. 32gb at 2400mhz. thumb.gif
Edited by hotrod717 - 5/16/14 at 7:50pm
    
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Tried switching bios but soon as I did the bios updated automatically but I think I will try it again as 602 for Rive be seems to still be bugging on certain areas,
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

I know, gskill "recommends" 1.2 vsa! Smart move to keep VTT as low as possible... IMO. I have been avoiding running this ram at 2666 for that reason. I need to set vsa @ 1.17-1.18 min, and VTT @ 1.2 (at least) for benchmark stability (at 4.75 or 4.875 GHz). Even so, this chip seems to have "matured" now. 4.8GHz is stable at ossilating1.376/1.392 by CPUZ, which is 1.384-6 by DMM. Although it was an earlier bios, 4.8 was previously 1.376 cpuZ, 1.38 by DMM.

With my kit, at 2333 or lower ram speeds, 1.05 VTT is working fine. VSA is kept within 300mV of vcore. (eg, 1.13 for 1.4V vcore).

right now this rig is set at 4.625 (125 strap) @ 1.296V fixed, VTT@ 1.05, VSA@ 0.995, ram @ 2333 c9 cause we're encoding a bunch of old/classic B/W movies (charlie chan, sherlock holmes.. etc smile.gif ) and is doing so in the background.

I'm now 100% stable at 0.040+ 4.5 (1.26v after vdroop). CPU LLC medium, VCCSA 1.15, VTT 1.1, PLL 1.8, VCCSA LLC Regular, all current capability 120%, cpu phase optimised with these dom plats at 1.5v.

4.82 on 125 strap is the highest I've managed bench stable at 1.42v. Given the fact this cpu won't even do 4.8 on 100 strap at 1.45v without falling over i think 4.9 is out of the question!
post #1334 of 2792
flippin eck! it was IBT Max stable until I ran Prime95 as suggested by Jpmboy!!

Seems to have crashed overnight on prime @ +0.005 / No LLC - damn, was doing so well lol.

I always thought IBT Max was a great test for stability on Intel CPU's? - usually found if it could pass 10 runs of that it'll run through anything!

Back to the drawing board then - damn you Jpmboy! smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.giftongue.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif
post #1335 of 2792
prime is synthetic, it only proves your computer can do prime. If it's crashing after less than an hour it's definitely not stable though. I can run 0.005 offset but there is stuttering without extreme phase enabled. I'm at 0.030 currently (testing down from 0.040) for a 100% stable clock at 4.5 with medium LCC ( 1.248v). up it to 0.020 and make sure cpu phase is set to optimised smile.gif
post #1336 of 2792
Ta bud - my previous run of prime using them settings that jpm gave ran for literally JUST over an hour before restarting my PC (0.010/no llc)
I didn't notice any stability issue in over 2 hours of Titanfall last night though! (that was at 0.010/no llc)

Currently testing 0.010 + Medium LLC - how long is prime95 supposed to be run for? - I used to do prime95 blend for either 8 or 12hours in the past to ensure stability (bit excessive I know lol!)
post #1337 of 2792
I don't use prime, it's garbage, just burning out your cpu for no reason. I'd just use the machine as you would normally, if it fell over after an hour of prime then it would of eventually given up. I use AIDA64 for 20-30 minutes to test memory overclocking but for CPU just use the machine.
post #1338 of 2792
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Ta bud - my previous run of prime using them settings that jpm gave ran for literally JUST over an hour before restarting my PC (0.010/no llc)
I didn't notice any stability issue in over 2 hours of Titanfall last night though! (that was at 0.010/no llc)
Currently testing 0.010 + Medium LLC - how long is prime95 supposed to be run for? - I used to do prime95 blend for either 8 or 12hours in the past to ensure stability (bit excessive I know lol!)

Prime - custom, 5min/fft, 75% of ram for 1 hour - is one measure of stability and a darn good one. IBT (linpac) is a very different type of test... no so great for long term stability, but great to see what your cpu cooler is capable of. It will generate the most heat of any. AID64 is a rather weak stressor and if you monitor the volts/watts it pulls it really is only a light-load test (like R15).
A reboot while under p95load - no failed workers - is more likely ram/vsa than vcore.
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I can run Prime all day long I just choose not to as I'd rather use the machine. I can't understand why people follow these stupid trends on their daily systems. It is trash, running it only proves your system is able to run prime, it's a synthetic test. Just do what you'd do normally day to day and up the relevant voltages if unstable. Running prime is probably what killed your other chip tongue.gif

I only use 64 to test memory stability.
Edited by Silent Scone - 5/17/14 at 6:21am
post #1340 of 2792
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I can run Prime all day long I just choose not to as I'd rather use the machine. I can't understand why people follow these stupid trends on their daily systems. It is trash, running it only proves your system is able to run prime, it's a synthetic test. Just do what you'd do normally day to day and up the relevant voltages if unstable. Running prime is probably what killed your other chip tongue.gif
I only use 64 to test memory stability.
Button pushed. wink.gif
We each use these rigs for different purposes. Smoke 'em if you got 'em.
That's a fine method fine if what you do with your machine is not important and system corruption is no issue. For the few trade machines I've done, that would have pissed a few people off rolleyes.gif
Dude - I've roasted hobby chips for decades. Never got to run p95 at 4.875/2666 with it, the IMC failed. Replaced for free. biggrin.gif
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