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I have a stable clock at 4.2, but only when hyper threading is disabled. Once I disable it I crash on prime95. What settings do you recommend I increase to turn on hyper threading? Im kind of worried because my voltages are already on the high side.
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You would need to increase your voltages. That fixes it on 90% of the time that I've seen.
    
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Any voltages in particular you would recommend? Because my voltages are pretty high, and I dont want to push they all. Thanks alot
    
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post #4 of 13
i agree with the ocelot.
increase vcore, vtt, and north bridge voltages.
stress test with intelburntest with maximum and 8 threads (not auto).
post #5 of 13
It would actually help if we could see what all your voltages are currently. You can go The Official" Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD7 Owner's Club thread and get a BIOS template to fill out and post here.
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Any voltages in particular you would recommend? Because my voltages are pretty high, and I dont want to push they all. Thanks alot
Do what B-Con said. However if you have good enough cooling, which it appears that you have, don't be afraid of voltages. I just read about i7 overclock but I have never played around with one so I'm not sure as to the ideal voltages.
    
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Will do guys. Thanks lot. I will fill out that forum now, ive had alot of trouble overclocking so far.
    
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Also, would it be safe to say that if my temps are fine my voltages are fine?
    
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Also, would it be safe to say that if my temps are fine my voltages are fine?
Generally your voltages impact your temps. If you have low volts then you have low temps. High volts will generally give you high temps. As long as your temps are good and in check then your voltages are too.
    
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GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD7

MB Intelligent Tweaker (M.I.T.)

Advanced CPU Features [Enter]

CPU Clock Ratio............................:21
CPU Frequency ........................(GHz):4.2
Intel(R) Turbo Boost Tech..................:on
CPU Cores Enabled..........................:all
CPU Multi Threading........................:on
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)....................:off
C3/C6/C7 State Support.....................:off
CPU Thermal Monitor........................:off
CPU EIST Function..........................:off
Bi-Directional PROCHOT.....................:off
Virtualization Technology..................:off

Uncore & QPI Features [Enter]

QPI Clock Ratio*...........................:x36
QPI Link Speed* ......................(GHz):
Uncore Clock Ratio.........................:x18
Uncore Frequency......................(MHz):
Isochronous Support........................:on

Advanced Clock Control [Enter]

~~~Standard Clock Control
Base Clock (BCLK) Control*.................:200
BCLK Frequency (MHz)*......................:
PCI Express Frequency (MHz)................:100

~~~Standard Clock Control
CPU Clock Drive (mV).......................:900
PCI Express Clock Drive (mV)...............:800
CPU Clock Skew (ps)........................:0
IOH Clock Skew (ps)........................:0

Advanced Dram Features [Enter]

Performance Enhance........................:extreme
Extreme Memory Profile (X.M.P.)............:
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............:8
Memory Frequency (MHz).....................:1600
DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD) ..............:
Channel Interleaving.......................:
Rank Interleaving..........................:

Channel A, B, & C Timing Settings Sub Menu [Enter]

~~~Channel A, B, & C Standard Timing Control
Cas Latency Time...........................:8
tRCD.......................................:8
tRP........................................:8
tRAS.......................................:24

~~~Channel A, B, & C Advanced Timing Control
tRC........................................:
tRRD ......................................:
tWTR ......................................:
tWR........................................:
tWTP.......................................:
tWL........................................:
tRFC.......................................:
tRTP.......................................:
tFAW.......................................:
Command Rate (CMD) ........................:

~~~Channel A, B, & C Misc Timing Control
B2B CAS Delay..............................:
Round Trip Latency.........................:

Channel A, B, & C Turnaround Setting [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 Control [Enter]

~~~CPU Voltages
LoadLine Calibration.......................:off
CPU Vcore..................................:1.425
QPI/VTT Voltage............................:1.45
CPU PLL....................................:1.84

~~~MCH/ICH Voltrage
PCIE.......................................:1.54
QPI PLL....................................:1.24
IOH Core...................................:1.2
ICH I/O....................................:1.5
ICH Core...................................:1.14

~~~Dram
DRAM Voltage...............................:1.66
DRAM Termination...........................:
Ch-A Data VRef.............................:
Ch-B Data VRef.............................:
Ch-C Data VRef.............................:
Ch-A Address VRef..........................:
Ch-B Address VRef..........................:
Ch-C Address VRef..........................:
    
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