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post #2771 of 4653
Leave the thermal throttling ON. Its one of those failsafes that wont hurt your OC as long as your temps are good anyways. If the theraml throttling is slowing you down, then you are too hot in the first place.

And as long as you stay under 1.45vcore, you are golden. Just keep those temps in check
    
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This might sound obvious, but, some of these chips can't do 3.5GHz for s***. Mine has trouble doing 3.5GHz, no matter how much voltage I give it. If you are really conservative about the chip, then do not exceed the VID. If you are a bit less conservative, but wants the chip to last maybe ~10 years (ridiculous amount of time), then use the Intel max VID as a guideline (1.3625V VCore). Otherwise, just don't go over 1.45V VCore. Keep temperatures under 75C in Linpack, throttling occurs at ~25C to TJunction I believe. Also worth mentioning is that VTT should not exceed 1.45V either, and ideally, it should be below VCore (for a signal pull-up or something of that effect, I'm not too sure, check the design of the chip for more details if you are interested in the electricity flow). The GTL Reference voltages offer best stability at 0.66x I believe, at least, that is the case with my setup (Gigabyte motherboards do not give a multiplier, they give the actual voltage, so having a calculator handy is good if you have one).
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Thanks for the reply - My ram is running within spec so I should be OK.
The extra juice worries me coz I dont want to go outside guidlines - but I just might have to. Thermal Throttling is on so maybe I wil turn that off, however I thought it would save the chip if I gave it too much voltage - correct me if Im wrong.
No, thermal throttling occurs when your chip gets too hot. I tried to stay below 70C on my suicide run, and didnt experience any thermal throttling. (Everest has a nice graph for that)

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I read somewhere that it is not a good idea to turn on LLC (Load Line Calibration) either coz you can get big spikes in voltages.
Again any thoughts on this.
I agree with what you've read, LLC is bad, especially when your overclocking. Cant tell you anything about your voltages though, still trying to figure that stuff out myself.

edit: My Vcore dropped from 1.392 to 1.360 on full load. I had to reset my CMOS jumper a couple of days ago, and I guess I forgot to turn LLC off It did what it supposed to do though, decrease Vdroop.

edit 2: LLC impoved my stability though, so Im leaving it on for now, havent tried it with my new voltage settings yet.
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Leave the thermal throttling ON. Its one of those failsafes that wont hurt your OC as long as your temps are good anyways. If the theraml throttling is slowing you down, then you are too hot in the first place.

And as long as you stay under 1.45vcore, you are golden. Just keep those temps in check
If the chip gets within ~5c of TJmax it's going to throttle not matter what you have the board set to. This is controlled by the CPU not the board. At least that's what I get from reading the data sheets.
    
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Ok this is off topic for the moment but im really stumped. I exchange e5200's today, for no reason. But my new chip runs about the same temps @ the similar oc as the old one but @ much lower volts . I dont get it. Less volt Less temp right . I remounted the hsf twice with no change. Settings are as follows



11.5 x 335 = 3850 MHz

vcore is 1.248 !!!!! in win using cpu z . HWmonitor concurs


Running very low 70's under orthos small fft


I mean..... I know it looks like the hsf has to be jacked up , but its not. Any other possibilities ?
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post #2776 of 4653
Oh man, I wish that my chip could do that. Well, back on topic. Less voltage does result in a lower temperature, yes, but higher OC also results in a higher temperature. What HSF are you using? if it is the stock Intel, you are fine. Otherwise, I'd check the pins to see if they are loose or something, because the pushpins do wear as you remount it. The only other possibility that I can think of is that your CPU didn't get plated very well, and therefore has an uneven surface, and makes bad contact with your HSF, or that the TIM spread between the IHS and die is less than satisfactory. Trying to correct either one of those would void your warranty, by the way.
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I have a xig all in one water cooler. No push pins , has a backplate and spring loaded mounts . I dunno .................................................. ......
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This is pretty good........................ I was streaming a movie the whole time i did this too.
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