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post #241 of 4653
@minu94:
The best parameters for BurnTest is
1)Y
2)4
3)2000
4)100 is surely enough.

Quote:
how can i do that without raising any voltages excepting the CPU voltage?
Probably thats impossible, all freq depend on each other and for stability must be changed accordingly. To increase any freq above some level you need to inrease voltage as well.

I dont actually get whats the problem with lower than 12x CPU multiplier, but first you should find out where is your FSB limit and than only increase CPU multiplier.

In real life everything is not so simple, and increasing of VCore may take no effect, but say VTT and GTL will give you stability with the same VCore.

In general my current vision of situation is smth like this(ofcouse i can be wrong):
-the main voltage is VCore, increase it while it can gives you stablility and keeps temps in range
-when you get to the limit with VCore, coz of temps or absolute numbers, you can get some more stability playing with VTT and GTL
-increasing voltages not always leads to stability
-to get high FSB you will probably need to increase PLL voltage, but that can have negative effects also(memory, video)

And still am at "newbee" 3.45
Someone with p43 and above 3.5, plz, post BIOS settings screen...
Edited by skill - 11/14/08 at 5:11pm
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post #242 of 4653
So no chance to make it run stable at 4Ghz...i just wanted to test it.
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post #243 of 4653
What kind of heatsink are you using?
    
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post #244 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by skill View Post
@minu94:
The best parameters for BurnTest is
1)Y
2)4
3)2000
4)100 is surely enough.


Probably thats impossible, all freq depend on each other and for stability must be changed accordingly. To increase any freq above some level you need to inrease voltage as well.

I dont actually get whats the problem with lower than 12x CPU multiplier, but first you should find out where is your FSB limit and than only increase CPU multiplier.

In real life everything is not so simple, and increasing of VCore may take no effect, but say VTT and GTL will give you stability with the same VCore.

In general my current vision of situation is smth like this(ofcouse i can be wrong):
-the main voltage is VCore, increase it while it can gives you stablility and keeps temps in range
-when you get to the limit with VCore, coz of temps or absolute numbers, you can get some more stability playing with VTT and GTL
-increasing voltages not always leads to stability
-to get high FSB you will probably need to increase PLL voltage, but that can have negative effects also(memory, video)

And still am at "newbee" 3.45
Someone with p43 and above 3.5, plz, post BIOS settings screen...
Well in BIOS,the Mhz is 288, ram 1.1:50,and the voltage 1.3475
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post #245 of 4653
I'm using the stock cooler...
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post #246 of 4653
Stock cooler O.o

4.0 is unrealistic in stock cooler.

How are your load temps at 3.6?
    
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post #247 of 4653
full load-66
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post #248 of 4653
Still not stable...but i can play games and everything without probs
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post #249 of 4653
Quote:
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Still not stable...but i can play games and everything without probs

Pretty much same as my new E5200, I doubt its stable as I ran 32M SuperPi this morning, some error appeared on the 8th loop.

But I'm carrying out all my daily tasks without errors & anything problematic, and thats all that matters for me I guess
    
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post #250 of 4653
You have it at 3Ghz...my daily use is at 3.6Ghz and when i don't have somethin' to do i start overclocking components and the cpu is standing on my nerves!!
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