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post #7021 of 8005
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No errors?
Maybe Uncore too high/unstable.

the error did not see I was not in front of the PC

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https://s31.postimg.org/6szr8q1uj/Immagine111111.jpg

voltage values from BIOS
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post #7022 of 8005
stable system with Vcore 1.36
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post #7023 of 8005
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stable system with Vcore 1.36
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That 100mhz may not be worth the extra voltage. trry to run 4.2 even, and get below the 1.35v's

The "X" series not so forgiving on voltage.

Be sure "LLC" or "compensation" is on full as well
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stable system with Vcore 1.36
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Just do what i said smile.gif

Qpi/vtt 1.315V and cpu vcore 1.36v-1.344v,you'be okay,temps are fine you can't have 60s on IBT on very high unless you have extreme cooling especially with summer ambients.
post #7025 of 8005
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Just do what i said smile.gif

Qpi/vtt 1.315V and cpu vcore 1.36v-1.344v,you'be okay,temps are fine you can't have 60s on IBT on very high unless you have extreme cooling especially with summer ambients.

ok I try to 4.2GHz with a Vcore 1.35-34

but these CPUs are really that sensitive? the difference by 1.35 and 1.36 is very low can give so many serious problems
post #7026 of 8005
I would bump up that QPI volt a hair, for 3.6Ghz to maybe 1.325v, bumb up the IOH Vcore to 1.25v, and the ICH Vcore to 1.2v. Or it could be the RAM unstable at those timings.
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ok I try to 4.2GHz with a Vcore 1.35-34

but these CPUs are really that sensitive? the difference by 1.35 and 1.36 is very low can give so many serious problems

Sorry i mistyped.Keep the 4.3ghz,up the cpu/vtt one step to 1.315volt,lower cpu vcore to 1.33-1.344v,below 1.35v.
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post #7028 of 8005
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Sorry i mistyped.Keep the 4.3ghz,up the cpu/vtt one step to 1.315volt,lower cpu vcore to 1.33-1.344v,below 1.35v.

ok then if I have to stay below 1:35 I have to get off frequency.
I try 203x21;)
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ok I try to 4.2GHz with a Vcore 1.35-34

but these CPUs are really that sensitive? the difference by 1.35 and 1.36 is very low can give so many serious problems
Well yes. Especially the QPI/VTT. I killed a memory channel running at 1.368-1.37v's. have a 5670 here that only cooperates in dual channel mode.

The Xeons only overclock great because they are usually binned better than their desktop counterparts. I'm a bit of a clock speed junky, and just went for the older "W" series.

If you can keep the voltage at (better below) Intel's max spec, the temps in the 60's (some guys run them a lot hotter) you could get a very long time out of the chip.

6 years and still a very viable potent chip. I personally think think the best platform as far as ingenuity by Intel. Especially for it's time.
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Well yes. Especially the QPI/VTT. I killed a memory channel running at 1.368-1.37v's. have a 5670 here that only cooperates in dual channel mode.

The Xeons only overclock great because they are usually binned better than their desktop counterparts. I'm a bit of a clock speed junky, and just went for the older "W" series.

If you can keep the voltage at (better below) Intel's max spec, the temps in the 60's (some guys run them a lot hotter) you could get a very long time out of the chip.

6 years and still a very viable potent chip. I personally think think the best platform as far as ingenuity by Intel. Especially for it's time.

ok thanks for the explanation.

But we talk about QPI / DRAM volts to keep under 1.35 (mine is currently 1.31)

so if I understand correctly the QPI/DRAM volt - Vcore and are to be kept under 1.35
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