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Hyperpi 32M x 8 is not going to give you an accurate read on cpu voltage. It is really helpful to determine QPI and DRAM volts. Once you nail those down, you may need to adjust CPU voltage depending on where you are and what kind of chip you have to pass prime and linx.

For my setup, I actually need more voltage to pass hyperpi32M x 8 than I do Linx 5200MB memory 20 passes.

So once again, YMMV. Each system will exhibit different symptoms and its just a matter of figuring out how to diagnose the bastards
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I just got a machine_checking_exception BSOD while stress testing. It was running at 65 degrees which should be healthy. Is this some more serious problem with the CPU?
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Where's xmisery when I need him . I can't get this thing to run at 4.0Ghz.. it won't POST ahhgrrr
Hey bud. I felt bad for you so I took a little time to try and stress test the 4.01Ghz OC with HyperThreading (HT) enabled. Please reference this link here which I just recently updated and let me know if you are still having trouble.
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Cool Thanks It's still not POSTing even though I've set voltages up like a bit higher than you have it. Sigh at this rate I'm gonna be running it at 1.35 vcore just to get this working
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Xmisery,
I am in the process of trying your 4.2 OC on the 920. Changed things in the BIOS exactly according to your right up and now have 4 threads instead of 8. Is there a reason for only running 4? are there gains to be had for running 8? Sorry for the noob question, but I am sooo

Thanks for you time
Mike
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Cool Thanks It's still not POSTing even though I've set voltages up like a bit higher than you have it. Sigh at this rate I'm gonna be running it at 1.35 vcore just to get this working
Maybe try doing a BIOS reset, make sure everything is back to 'default' and then try the settings. Just make note of any additional changes you've made after default, like enabling RAID, etc. What BIOS version are you currently running? Might also want to try flashing to the latest 0703 as well, then trying the settings I posted. Keep us updated.
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Running it at 4 thread means having Hyper Threading disabled which makes it require lower voltage => lower temperature, more stable. Enabling Hyper Threading will require you to bump up voltages and you'll see the thing running hotter. It's controversial as to how HT can affect performance positively. You can google it and find out more about it but basically it improves your overall performance
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Maybe try doing a BIOS reset, make sure everything is back to 'default' and then try the settings. Just make note of any additional changes you've made after default, like enabling RAID, etc. What BIOS version are you currently running? Might also want to try flashing to the latest 0703 as well, then trying the settings I posted. Keep us updated.
I'm using the 0702 BIOS. I did many clear CMOS's before trying your settings. I have RAID enabled and I have disabled the 6Gb SATA along with Asus SSD thing. I have Vcore up to 1.3 and QPI Voltage up to 1.275. Still not POSTing. It looks like the computer is running but nothing shows up on the screen so I'm assuming this is a voltage problem. I'm gonna push it up to 1.35 now and see how that works out
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Xmisery,
I am in the process of trying your 4.2 OC on the 920. Changed things in the BIOS exactly according to your right up and now have 4 threads instead of 8. Is there a reason for only running 4? are there gains to be had for running 8? Sorry for the noob question, but I am sooo

Thanks for you time
Mike
Hey Mike,

When I first journeyed out to find various solid overclocks for this processor, I wanted to disable anything that might get in the way or possibly effect the outcome. And, to be honest, I really haven't found many applications and programs that will actually utilize HyperThreading. Most of the stuff was written to run on 4 or less threads, so they aren't really taking advantage of those additional 4 threads. Not to say there aren't any out there that do, just that the average person will likely not ever use a program or application to fully utilize all 8 threads.

That all being said.. My next round of stable OC's running at the lowest settings will include HT enabled this time. So stay tuned!
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I'm using the 0702 BIOS. I did many clear CMOS's before trying your settings. I have RAID enabled and I have disabled the 6Gb SATA along with Asus SSD thing. I have Vcore up to 1.3 and QPI Voltage up to 1.275. Still not POSTing. It looks like the computer is running but nothing shows up on the screen so I'm assuming this is a voltage problem. I'm gonna push it up to 1.35 now and see how that works out
Are you having problems posting with the default settings @ 2.67Ghz? I'm wondering if this has anything to do with your memory. Maybe try re-seating it? Also, 0702 might be a bad BIOS, see if you can flash it to 0703 and report back.
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