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Whats a good vcore for 24/7 if I want to keep this processor for more than a year? I am getting 3.7 stable around 1.55vcore in the bios, and I am curious if I should use this for 24/7 over 3.6 @ 1.5vcore.
I run 1.55v all the time But from what I have heard, 1.5v max in real time if you are going to keep it and run it 24/7
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I run 1.55v all the time But from what I have heard, 1.5v max if you are going to keep it and run it 24/7
Ah okay, well currently it is reading at 1.45v in windows, though I have it at 1.55v in the bios. I know that software voltage sensors are far from accurate though. It's hard to find a happy medium with this vdroop!
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Ah okay, well currently it is reading at 1.45v in windows, though I have it at 1.55v in the bios. I know that software voltage sensors are far from accurate though. It's hard to find a happy medium with this vdroop!
I just put it at 1.6v in bios, so it drops to 1.55v in windows. Cpu-z aint to bad when it comes to measuring the volt I think. But think I will get a Asus P5Q Deluxe soon, they seem very good! and maybe I can get away from this awful vdroop
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I just put it at 1.6v in bios, so it drops to 1.55v in windows. Cpu-z aint to bad when it comes to measuring the volt I think. But think I will get a Asus P5Q Deluxe soon, they seem very good! and maybe I can get away from this awful vdroop
its a very easy fix! pencil mod it i have done it a few days ago am now my max vdroop is 0.064v 3.4ghz stable with 1.45 in bios and 1.396 load with intel burn test
heres a pic of what u have to pencil down

Edited by Cryptedvick - 10/10/08 at 7:19am
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Nice! I did to my 780i! Helped a lot! But think im gonna change this one anyways
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a question about the Problem with on-board sound on my GA-EP35-DS3. It is humming bad and it is up to date. I did put a new audio can in the thing and it is still send a loud HUM to my MIXING Board. Same for headphones or any amp I plug it into. It sounds like the ground wire is off. HELP ME I AM GOING NUTS and I have a band in here that is Recording now and the play back is Baddddddddd! L
post #3397 of 4644
Hi guys,

If Memtest passes without errors for more than 8 hours, and Prime95 passes on small FFT's for more than 8 hours, you would assume the system to be fairly stable right?

However, Prime95 fails Blend Test on one of my cores usually after 6-8 hours...

What is blend test testing that small FFT's and Memtest aren't?
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@ studio austin, sorry I don't know!

@ steffche. that will be very stable! As long as you are not folding you will be fine

Remember that your system will almost never run at 100% for more than a sec for gaming and everyday use! So you will be fine
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I just increased CPU voltage to 1.5v in BIOS from 1.45v. One thing I now notice is that vDroop is almost non existent. Previously when set to 1.45v the CPUv would drop as low as 1.39v under load and rise to 1.41 max. Now with it set to 1.5v in BIOS it maxed at 1.46 and minimum 1.43v!!! This was over an 8 hour Prime95 Blend test session.

So it slightly improved my stability, to run blend test for just over 8 hours...infact 8 hours and 10 minutes...and then it failed witha rounding error.

I take the point that the system should be stable enough at these settings, but it still bugs me that it failed...
Edited by steffche - 10/14/08 at 9:29pm
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http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...b-ii-ds3l.html
Anyone here have a Thermaltake Blue Orb II on their DS3L?
Thinking of getting one, trying to find out if anyone has it on a DS3L.
Edited by Redmist - 10/14/08 at 2:03pm
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