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Saying core temp is correct is misleading. As core temp is reporting the cpu temp to be 5c, while it is really 23c. Also in everest you do not have the cpu sensor on. You can see I have it on in my screenshot below.
First of all I didn't say it was correct, I said it was consistent with other Windows based monitoring programs. They all show the same incorrect core temp.

And secondly it is not really 23c that's the motherboard...the cpu says 18c.

Again with the not reading the previous posts thoroughly enough before commenting.

EDIT/UPDATE on OC: 93 minutes prime so far with 4256MHz CPU, 3040MHz NB, 2432MHz HT, 1620MHz DDR3. Unstable last night with 7-6-6-20-24-1T 1620MHz, but it seems to be good with the stock timings 7-6-6-24-27-1T.......and the memory benchmarks better with stock timings.
Edited by ny_driver - 7/24/10 at 10:45am
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Saying core temp is correct is misleading. As core temp is reporting the cpu temp to be 5c, while it is really 23c. Also in everest you do not have the cpu sensor on. You can see I have it on in my screenshot below.
Sigh...

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Therefore I go by the CPU temp, like I said.
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ny_driver ~

I'm fairly certain you could also get away with a bump on the voltage to the DIMM's (+.05~.08) and get another 100~120Mhz with 7-7-6-24, you'd have to work out the tRC though. at the very least you should be able to get 100Mhz+ with 8-7-7.

I read a bunch of old reviews of people doing 1800+ @ 1.9+v.



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I leave the DDR voltage on auto, and it runs like 1.82v @ 1600/1620, but when I had it @ 1744MHz it was using ~1.91-1.93v.

Auto voltage seems good. The memory was memtest stable @ the timings it failed prime @. Although I'm not entirely certain yet that the memory timings were the culprit.

2 hours prime stable...I'm getting more sure.

And I thought it was 7-6-6-24-27(not 7-7-6-24-27) for ASUS boards. Am I wrong?
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No, you're right. It had been labeled differently in a few places and even on the stickers they might have said 7-7-6 also, but definitely they are rated for ASUS boards @ 7-6-6!

I'm really tempted now though, to buy 2000Mhz chips just to see how fast I could get them stable. But my money distracts me towards an upcoming bachelor party and we all know how many more girls you can get with more money...
    
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darn it....BSOD with no error code sometime between 120-140 minutes. Maybe 4.256GHz is just too high, or maybe the NB @ 3.04GHz is too high.

Guess I will run some GRID for an hour or so and see what happens there.

Maybe lower the NB later and run prime again, or maybe try upping the SB as I read that it can affect high NB stability.

Check out the GFlops from IBT testing........I don't want to lower anything.

EDIT: anyone have any suggested adjustments to try?
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Yup you have good overclock indeed mine is at 4.1GHz 1.5v i do not feel confortable to give more Vcore 1.55v seems to much.
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I agree, but someone has to test the limits.

EDIT: if I can get it colder with the radiator outside on the roof in the winter, I will try giving it more than 1.55v.
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Yup you have good overclock indeed mine is at 4.1GHz 1.5v i do not feel confortable to give more Vcore 1.55v seems to much.
me too, but I got to pump up my Vcore to 1.52V and NB 1.33V to get stable to run MW2 Multi-player without getting BSOD . My temp. is Ok thou and I added a 30mm fan on the NB.





BTW, ambient temp. is 28C or 83F with my AC on full. Today high is 105F on East Coast.
Edited by hata28 - 7/24/10 at 1:15pm
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I agree, but someone has to test the limits.

EDIT: if I can get it colder with the radiator outside on the roof in the winter, I will try giving it more than 1.55v.
So my post with 1.55v is not good enough.
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