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post #8431 of 13061
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Here are my settings.




I'm looking to get the BCLK to 215, without raising voltage over 1.35. I was wondering if there are any other settings I can tweak. Thanks.
Welcome to ocn!!!

Please build your rig with the builder. There are a few other settings to help with stability.i know some have raised the pci express frequency a couple nothes. 101 was a way to get a few more clicks.

Sometimes clock skew adjustments can give a little bit more. But your board may just be limited to 215. Either way that is a great max bsclck. Over 205 207 is pretty darn good.
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I read somewhere how to change the BIOS on a X8DAL-i to allow turbo boost, but now I can't find it. Any suggestions?
post #8433 of 13061
Hey guys! this is my information glad to be here. This OC is 100% stable!! I want to push it more maybe 4.6 4.7? I have a corsair water cooling idle temps are 35 degree and max i seen at load is 45 degree.

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post #8434 of 13061
Maybe multiplier of 23, BLCK 200, and voltage at 1.35. I'm not familiar with the X5675's multiplier. My X5670 allows for a multiplier of 21, maybe your X5675 would allow x23.
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post #8435 of 13061
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Maybe multiplier of 23, BLCK 200, and voltage at 1.35. I'm not familiar with the X5675's multiplier. My X5670 allows for a multiplier of 21, maybe your X5675 would allow x23.

x5670 actually allows 22 multi,21 is for 5660 i think.
post #8436 of 13061
That's true, but for some reason, I couldn't get the BLCK as high on 22. It was kinda frustrating.
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That's true, but for some reason, I couldn't get the BLCK as high on 22. It was kinda frustrating.

Victim of the even multiplier issue!!
You could mess with the ai clock skew. match the cpu to the IOH. i started at -300ps on both. gave me another 7-11 or so base clock ticks.

Another way to try to do is raise the PIC-E frequency to 101-103. I know ther are some side affects to it, but i know it can help.
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post #8438 of 13061
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Victim of the even multiplier issue!!
You could mess with the ai clock skew. match the cpu to the IOH. i started at -300ps on both. gave me another 7-11 or so base clock ticks.

Another way to try to do is raise the PIC-E frequency to 101-103. I know ther are some side affects to it, but i know it can help.

Cool, thanks. I will tinker with it some more.
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post #8439 of 13061
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That's true, but for some reason, I couldn't get the BLCK as high on 22. It was kinda frustrating.

Is the cpu / uncore frequency higher from the x22 multi than the voltage can stabilize?

Might be worthwhile isolating the bclk - have a look at http://www.techreaction.net/2010/09/07/3-step-overclocking-guide-bloomfield-and-gulftown/3/
Once the max bclk is reached you can then fiddle with everything else; including fine tuning for higher frequency.

Here is a s/s from my spreadsheet for my OC:


As you can see if I go over 3809 Uncore the system just does not work (if at 1.35 VTT) - (edit) even though synthetics were stable at 3809 I found this to also be unstable in things like PCSX2 which would BSOD; I had to drop down to ~3600 uncore to be rock solid stable.

Just document all your settings and testing - it makes it so much easier to refer back to smile.gif And good luck
Edited by voxson5 - 6/17/16 at 4:11pm
post #8440 of 13061
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Victim of the even multiplier issue!!
You could mess with the ai clock skew. match the cpu to the IOH. i started at -300ps on both. gave me another 7-11 or so base clock ticks.

Another way to try to do is raise the PIC-E frequency to 101-103. I know ther are some side affects to it, but i know it can help.

haha PCI OC makes me nervous smile.gif - I've done it without issue before but there are horror stories all over the place
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