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post #11 of 27
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Originally Posted by Aawa View Post
Yep I now have my e8400 e0 stepping at 4.0ghz at 1.3v in bios. My old e8400 c0 was at 4.0ghz at 1.34v in bios.
Did I get a good VID? 1.25v

The 3.4ghz overclock is with stock volts, with CPU-Z showing 1.20v

So is that a .05vdroop?
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post #12 of 27
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Originally Posted by kaivorth View Post
Did I get a good VID? 1.25v

The 3.4ghz overclock is with stock volts, with CPU-Z showing 1.20v

So is that a .05vdroop?
Yep, I run mine at 4.0GHz 24/7. My C0 stepping couldn't do 4.0GHz with anything less than approximately 1.36V.

Anyway, vdroop is what happens when you increase the load and the voltage goes down a little bit. There's also vdrop. Vdrop is what happens when you set the voltage in bios, but the actual voltage ends up being less.

As for whether or not you got a good VID, I'll let somebody else answer that. How can I find my VID?
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post #13 of 27
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Okay got the Antec 900 in. 35C load in Orthos with the 3.4ghz overclock, stock voltage.
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post #14 of 27
Ok, now it's time to increase your overclock! Make it so it's 4.0GHz, and increase the voltage to 1.28V to start with. Again, I have to use at least 1.304V to be 100% stable. But I decided to go with 1.312V just for good measure because I am experiencing some infrequent software problems despite the 100% stability in Orthos.
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post #15 of 27
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Okay going in 200mhz increases though. stock voltage

3.6ghz 42C
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post #16 of 27
I don't know why but I have a really bad E8400 with E0 stepping that requires a whooping 1.375V to be 24/7 stable at 4Ghz, while many are fine with 1.3


Just keep it a little bit above 1.31 and you should find a stable point somewhere in there.
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post #17 of 27
Quote:
Originally Posted by kaivorth View Post
Okay going in 200mhz increases though. stock voltage

3.6ghz 42C
After reading xwinx's reply, I think you're doing a very wise thing.
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post #18 of 27
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4.00ghz stock voltage, this is NOT been stressed yet in Orthos or anything, going to stress now, I expect to raise the voltage a little bit upon reboot

Max temps so far 45C
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post #19 of 27
You were able to boot into Windows at 4.0GHz on stock voltage!! Argh, I hate your CPU. This looks really promising. I'm almost as excited as I get when I'm overclocking my own!

Edit: How do you know the VID, or how do you know the stock voltage? I don't know mine.
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post #20 of 27
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Coretemp showed me. It's also the default voltage in your BIOS I think.
20min Orthos Stable. 47C Highest temperature I've seen. Stock volts!!!

Temps fluctuate between 45C and 47C.
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