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post #3711 of 4653
Okay... this is what I did this time.

VCore 1.3625
MCH Core 1.3v
CPU Term 1.3v
Memory Multiplier is 3.00A

I also turned the RAM's profile from Turbo to Standard.

Here are the results of a Prime95 Blend test...

Attachment 118384

One thing I've noticed is that the temps seem to fluctuate a little easier now. I don't know if that's normal...
    
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Originally Posted by TFB View Post
Okay... this is what I did this time.

VCore 1.3625
MCH Core 1.3v
CPU Term 1.3v
Memory Multiplier is 3.00A

I also turned the RAM's profile from Turbo to Standard.

Here are the results of a Prime95 Blend test...

Attachment 118384

One thing I've noticed is that the temps seem to fluctuate a little easier now. I don't know if that's normal...
Looking good. Most try to stay about 30C away from TJmax. So you have some room to go. The higher the vcore gets the easier the temps will move. Don't be afraid to go 1.4v if you can keep those temps in check.
    
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How do I test for stability? Just leave it run?

Also, how do I know if I can trust those temps?
    
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For stressing, I recommend OCCT, Orthos and a Intel Burn Test. You can find them all in the download section here on OCN.

CoreTemp is pretty trust worthy and monitoring distance from TJmax is far more effective then what a program says is actual temp. Since there is no software out there that can actually tell you what the temp is. All monitoring programs monitor from distance from TJmax and estimate the temperature. No two chips have the exact same TJmax and you will not find any mention of TJmax in Intel's data sheets. Hope this helps.
    
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I could not find Intel Burn Test in the download sections. I googled it but I'm not going to trust some random site for downloads.

I'll run the other two when I'm back over on my Windows partition.

Let me ask you. Before, my idle temps were about 33/34C @ 1.25v. Now I'm up to 1.3265v and my idle temp is still 34ish. Is that weird?
    
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I could not find Intel Burn Test in the download sections. I googled it but I'm not going to trust some random site for downloads.

I'll run the other two when I'm back over on my Windows partition.

Let me ask you. Before, my idle temps were about 33/34C @ 1.25v. Now I'm up to 1.3265v and my idle temp is still 34ish. Is that weird?
Your idle temps are normal.

IBT is just another Linpack stress test. Just use the Linpack test in OCCT. OCCT and Orthos's small data set ans small FFTs test more CPU. Large data set and FFTs stress more ram. Linpack generally will get your CPU hotter then the other tests. I recommend starting with 1 and 2 hour tests while you are stressing new settings. When you reach a point where you want to leave it for 24/7 run very long tests, like 6+ hours. After you have passed everything go back and run the OCCT power supply tests for a couple hours to make sure your PC can handle all video cards and CPU running at full load.
    
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Is that right, 1.28v for 3.5Ghz? If so, NICE. Great chip you have there.


Most the newer e5000 chips have been showing great results.
    
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Is that right, 1.28v for 3.5Ghz? If so, NICE. Great chip you have there.


Most the newer e5000 chips have been showing great results.
Yeah it is right. VID on this chip said 1.12v before I lapped it. I should have taken a pic of it.
post #3720 of 4653
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=633814

I dont think its even pushed but this has been stable for 2 days now
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