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@ everyone--I feel the need to disclose to everyone here that I have made a glaring error on my 4.0GHz overclock. I discovered my error yesterday while organizing my files. I had them scattered in the Windows picture folder. I made new folders and named each of them for the appropriate speeds. After putting all docs for each speed into each folder. I realized that the documentation for the 4GHz speed was really old and that I had updated my BIOS twice since and had not verified that 4.0 was still good. In addition to that ,I was not able to find documentation for sm fft at that speed.

So,I plugged the #'s in and Failed sm fft in less than 2 hrs. Lots of and here. I have now corrected my error and am 8 hrs stable in sm fft and 12 hrs in blend.

The "fix" was raising V-core from 1.29375v to 1.30625v and Term from1.260v to 1.280v

My error was not intentional and I attribute it to a gigantic brain fart.

If I have caused anyone undue hardship in getting their rig clocked @ the 4.0 setting ,I apologize. I just blew it
Man, we all know every chip is different. No big deal on my end. I am curious what your vcore in windows measures when stressing and LLC on. I went right to 1.35 vcore and 1.3 vterm and havent tried to lower it.
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Man, we all know every chip is different. No big deal on my end. I am curious what your vcore in windows measures when stressing and LLC on. I went right to 1.35 vcore and 1.3 vterm and havent tried to lower it.
Thanks Copyright. I assumed folks know that the #s we suggest most likely will not work for their rig ,but are useful as to direction to move in.

I thought about ignoring the mistake and just changing the voltage in my system specs. The problem with that is if you own up to a mistake right away it becomes a part of your past. If you do not, it will most likely have to be dealt with in the future and then you have a credibility issue to deal with as well.

V-core while stress testing is now 1.280v vs. 1.264v using the old inacurate #s

@ Dryad--thanks and I want you to know that I am going to seek Giga-counseling in addition to community service
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Thanks Copyright. I assumed folks know that the #s we suggest most likely will not work for their rig ,but are useful as to direction to move in.

I thought about ignoring the mistake and just changing the voltage in my system specs. The problem with that is if you own up to a mistake right away it becomes a part of your past. If you do not, it will most likely have to be dealt with in the future and then you have a credibility issue to deal with as well.

V-core while stress testing is now 1.280v vs. 1.264v using the old inacurate #s

@ Dryad--thanks and I want you to know that I am going to seek Giga-counseling in addition to community service
Thanks for your input.. I do not truly understand vcore vs the vterm. If I drop vcore should I drop verm as well? I would like hte lowest stable voltage for sake of the chips life and temps. Even though my temps seem to be good. Also the reference number I dont truly understand.
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Thanks Copyright. I assumed folks know that the #s we suggest most likely will not work for their rig ,but are useful as to direction to move in.

I thought about ignoring the mistake and just changing the voltage in my system specs. The problem with that is if you own up to a mistake right away it becomes a part of your past. If you do not, it will most likely have to be dealt with in the future and then you have a credibility issue to deal with as well.

V-core while stress testing is now 1.280v vs. 1.264v using the old inacurate #s

@ Dryad--thanks and I want you to know that I am going to seek Giga-counseling in addition to community service
This is some wise Yoda type crap, cheer up meatbag
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@Copyright keep the difference between the vcore and term about .03 - .04 regardless of whether you take the voltage up or down. So yes if you are dropping the vcore you will also need to drop the term if you are dropping vcore enough.
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Thanks for your input.. I do not truly understand vcore vs the vterm. If I drop vcore should I drop verm as well? I would like hte lowest stable voltage for sake of the chips life and temps. Even though my temps seem to be good. Also the reference number I dont truly understand.
I can't answer that question other than to say that there is a "relationship" between V-core and Termination voltage that needs to be identified(the differential needed at different clocks) and be emplemented in order to achieve stability. Here is a link to a heady article that I cannot comprehend. It makes my brain ache just reading it. Maybe the thread "Brainiac" Grish can read it and dumb it down for us mortals
http://edgeofstability.com/articles/.../gtl/gtl3.html

and here is another
http://edgeofstability.com/articles/.../gtl/gtl1.html

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This is some wise Yoda type crap, cheer up meatbag
Meatbag is a vast improvement over what you usually call me
Edited by dennyb - 8/23/09 at 12:00pm
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LOL I have that site in my bookmarks dennyb, but I just look at the pictures.
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LOL I have that site in my bookmarks dennyb, but I just look at the pictures.
Same here --All I get out of it is ---find the differential that works with your chip and the speed you are running----and use it. It makes my head spin
Edited by dennyb - 8/23/09 at 1:51pm
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Same here --All I get out of it is ---find the differential that works with your chip and the speed you are running----and use it. It makes my head spin
Hence the picture of the flatulent brain @ the top of each page..
  
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