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post #1321 of 3827
You need to change the BLCK and SPID (notice in mine, it's 160 BLCK and 10 SPID, 160x10 is 1600).
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post #1322 of 3827
Didn't see the 'not the processor' part, sorry. Note the BLCK will change your processor, so you will need to lower your clock ratio (first setting) when raising the BLCK to keep the right CPU speeds
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post #1323 of 3827
Sorry which means i would need to edit the values for
1) QPI Clock Ratio..: AUTO -> instead of auto to some ratio of 4:6 or something im still reading up.

will that do the job?? sorry the memory divider thing is quite difficult for me as i'm new to everything..
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post #1324 of 3827
In the first post of this thread Mac compiled some stable OC's with the according templates, just check for your CPU in the list.

http://www.overclock.net/8983651-post1.html

Have a look at those templates and what settings people are changing to get an idea what you should change yourself, blind copying templates sometimes works but I advise against it.
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post #1325 of 3827
Quote:
Originally Posted by almighty00 View Post
jus to overclock the ram to the desired bus speed as i do not wanna oc the processor.
I don't understand what the hell you are saying!

Just out of curiosity, why whould you not want to OC the CPU?

You will see little to no gain by setting the ram to manufactured specs.
Now the CPU you will notice huge gains in having it OC'ed.

You can see the gains by running simple benchmarks such as SuperPi. For example I have a chip stock at 2.8 GHz that will do a 1M PI calculation in about 40 seconds, and I OC that chip to 4.2 GHz, now I can run the 1M superPi in about 10 seconds.

I shaved 30 seconds off my time. Times that by how long you sit at your PC.
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post #1326 of 3827
I saw those lists of specs...very impressive. I need to double my ram to 12 GB and I'll be trying to grab the same triple channel mem kit from Corsair from it.

That list though...only 2 950 rigs on it. I'm kind of wondering what I can push an air-cooled system with a Megahalems sink with it staying stable. The two setups on there that look like mine appear to be liquid cooled. Trial and error? Honestly, with the sensitive memory controllers on the Core series of chips, I'm leery of pushing too much. I'm thinking I should leave the memory alone and just go for a bit of a boost on the CPU. What would you adjust first, and how do you normally adjust your memory to compensate as necessary?

One final question: any thoughts on the F7 BIOS? I also hear of a F8 BIOS in beta floating around...
Edited by SoulofSilicon - 11/3/10 at 9:44am
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post #1327 of 3827
Thread Starter 
first off air and water are different games you aren't going to get close, only if you are very lucky you will. You need to read an overclocking guide. basically upi move up the blck, and everything's frequency changes b/c everything like ram and uncore and qpi, and cpu have multipliers that multiply with the blck to make a frequency, you can control the multipliers and the blck, so you can move what you want where you want.
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post #1328 of 3827
Lesson learned.

So I was sitting at home one day and herd a pop, wasnt really sure what it was so continued was I was doing, moments later I noticed that the CPU temp had hit 100degrees
I then assumed that the pump had switched off, I had the pump connected to a speed controller so I turned it back up again. This on the other hand pushed water through the popped tube on the CPU block, the second I realized this I pulled all the power to the system and assess the damage.

What had happened was I had accidentally adjusted the Pump speed instead of the fan speed, lowering it to a rate where it was not moving water at all, this heated up the block and the tubing attached to it to a point where it slipped off not to mention the small amount of steam pressure created by this heat.

Long story short I caught it quite quickly and very little water spilled on the system, infact the only water I could see that had spilled was a small amount on the GPU and Radiator apart from that its all good.

Lessons learnt: I am no longer going to have the Pump speed regulated by the fan controller instead I will let it have power directly from the psu.
That little event also proved to me that even though I have chosen a large barb to small ID tube ratio there is aways a chance for them to slip off especialy in high temperature situations, I have cable tied all the barbs now.

All due to human error, but I consider myself lucky
Only got a few weeks of University left I cant afford to loose my system.
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post #1329 of 3827
On a plus note I think the high temperature settled the thermal paste better and I am getting lower temps.
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post #1330 of 3827
Hi guys!

I was searching for 210 bclk stable HT on templates and google bring me here, there is no 210 bclk templates at first page on air, question is can UD7 be stable 210 bclk with HT?

I'm running 200x21 24/7 stable and temps are good... Sample:




I want to manage 210x21, after 20min occt system crashes with bsod error 124, so this is last good stable configuration

Code:
GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD7

MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)

> Advanced Frequency Settings [Press Enter]

CPU Clock Ratio............................: 21x
CPU Frequency ........................(GHz): 4.2 Ghz (200*21)
> Advanced CPU Core Features [Press Enter]

Intel(R) Turbo Boost Tech..................: Disabled
CPU Cores Enabled..........................: Enabled
CPU Multi Threading........................: Enabled
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)....................: Disabled
C3/C6/C7 State Support.....................: Disabled
CPU Thermal Monitor........................: Disabled
CPU EIST Function..........................: Disabled
Bi-Directional PROCHOT.....................: Enabled

QPI Clock Ratio............................: x36
QPI Link Speed........................(GHz): 7.2 Ghz
Uncore Clock Ratio.........................: x16
Uncore Frequency......................(MHz): 3200 Mhz
>>>>> Standard Clock Control
Base Clock(BCLK) Control...................: Enabled
BCLK Frequency(MHz)........................: 200
Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.).............: Disabled
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............: 8
Memory Frequency(MHz)......................: 1600
PCI Express Frequency(MHz).................: 100
>>>>> Advanced Clock Control
CPU Clock Drive (mV).......................: 800mV 
PCI Express Clock Drive (mV)...............: 900mV
CPU Clock Skew (ps)........................: 0ps
IOH Clock Skew (ps)........................: 0ps

> Advanced Memory Settings [Press Enter]

Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.).............: Disabled
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............: 8
Memory Frequency(MHz)......................: 1600
Performance Enhance........................: Standard
DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)...............: Quick
Profile DDR Voltage........................: 1.50V
Profile QPI Voltage........................: 1.17V
Channel Interleaving.......................: Auto
Rank Interleaving..........................: Auto
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C
> Channel A, B, & C Timing Settings [Press Enter]

>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Standard Timing Control
Cas Latency Time...........................: 6
tRCD.......................................: 6
tRP........................................: 6
tRAS.......................................: 18
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Advanced Timing Control
tRC........................................: 30
tRRD ......................................: Auto
tWTR ......................................: Auto
tWR........................................: Auto
tWTP.......................................: Auto
tWL........................................: Auto
tRFC.......................................: 60
tRTP.......................................: Auto
tFAW.......................................: Auto
Command Rate (CMD) ........................: 1
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Misc Timing Control
B2B CAS Delay..............................: Auto
Round Trip Latency.........................: Auto

> Channel A, B, & C Turnaround Setting [Press Enter]

>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Reads Followed By Reads
Different DIMMs............................:
Different Ranks............................:
On The Same Rank...........................:
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Writes Followed By Writes
Different DIMMs............................:
Different Ranks............................:
On The Same Rank...........................:

> Advanced Voltage Settings [Press Enter]

>>> CPU
LoadLine Calibration.......................: level 2
CPU Vcore..................................: 1.35625
xDynamic Vcore(DVID).......................: Disabled
QPI/VTT Voltage............................: 1.335
CPU PLL....................................: 1.40
>>> MCH/ICH
PCIE.......................................: Normal
QPI PLL....................................: Normal
IOH Core...................................: Normal
ICH I/O....................................: Normal
ICH Core...................................: Normal
>>> Dram
DRAM Voltage...............................: 1.66
DRAM Termination...........................: Auto
Ch-A Data VRef.............................: Auto
Ch-B Data VRef.............................: Auto
Ch-C Data VRef.............................: Auto
Ch-A Address VRef..........................: Auto
Ch-B Address VRef..........................: Auto
Ch-C Address VRef..........................: Auto

> Miscellaneous Settings [Press Enter]

Isochronous Support........................: Enabled
Virtualization Technology..................: Disabled

I bumped vcore at the point it's not 101 bsod error any more (1.44V), bumped VTT from 1.335V up to 1.595V still 124 bsod error, IOH core up to 1.30V, memory up to 1.70V, PCI-E up to 103, CPU PLL up to 1.80V, what can I do else? ICH Core?
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