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FYI, for BIOS screen shots, format a flash drive in FAT32 and press F12 this way you don't have to use a camera biggrin.gif

Nice OC though
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FYI, for BIOS screen shots, format a flash drive in FAT32 and press F12 this way you don't have to use a camera biggrin.gif

Nice OC though

thanks yeah tried that and made a usb unsable somehow. only have two left in house so thus the phone pics sorry lol.


so Im pretty sure I can get 4800 stable but prime temps would be 93-5 and I don't want to leave that running too long but that's the voltage I have to get to to get rid of any WHEA error log messages...

might call it a semi-suicide run and post some benches here anyway.

dunno why some say that reducing PLL volts can reduce temps. not for me. maybe the phase/ln guys use it...

whats the correlation between PLL overvoltage and PLL volts? anyone know?
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and with tighter timings-


Edited by MattBaneLM - 8/6/16 at 4:40pm
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my fastest so far-

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thanks yeah tried that and made a usb unsable somehow. only have two left in house so thus the phone pics sorry lol.


so Im pretty sure I can get 4800 stable but prime temps would be 93-5 and I don't want to leave that running too long but that's the voltage I have to get to to get rid of any WHEA error log messages...

might call it a semi-suicide run and post some benches here anyway.

dunno why some say that reducing PLL volts can reduce temps. not for me. maybe the phase/ln guys use it...

whats the correlation between PLL overvoltage and PLL volts? anyone know?

PLL overvoltage will increase the % amount of the PLL volts you have set.

jes 90s temps, I wouldn't have the bottle for that.
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thanks yeah tried that and made a usb unsable somehow. only have two left in house so thus the phone pics sorry lol.


so Im pretty sure I can get 4800 stable but prime temps would be 93-5 and I don't want to leave that running too long but that's the voltage I have to get to to get rid of any WHEA error log messages...

might call it a semi-suicide run and post some benches here anyway.

dunno why some say that reducing PLL volts can reduce temps. not for me. maybe the phase/ln guys use it...

whats the correlation between PLL overvoltage and PLL volts? anyone know?

PLL overvoltage will increase the % amount of the PLL volts you have set.

jes 90s temps, I wouldn't have the bottle for that.

Me either, I dont hit 90C with 1.5V in IBT.
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thanks newbie for the expanaion

yeah I don't have the bottle to leave it for long....
gonna delid this weekend
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4800/ drr2000 for 1hr prime under 90 deg

post #29 of 93
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1hr prime stable @ 4800/ ddr2400

I worked out why my core 2 and 3 are hotter by finding the physical core layout diagram and lapping my IHS will drop temps on 2/3 a lot I believe as they are in the middle od the die.


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well I was wrong, lapped the ihc and rotated the waterblock and still the 3rd core is much higher

did a 4900 suicide run for kicks on superpi--



doing it with +0.04 turbo volts and +1.60 offset volts but with llc at lvl1

if any one needs it I can post bios pics,,,,?
Edited by MattBaneLM - 8/14/16 at 10:01am
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