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post #2061 of 6481
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Originally Posted by higain_guitar;12542100 
Dear turrican9,

Thanks for your help. I need this particular pc to last 5 years (its only for music making). Wth the voltage settings I used below this cpu should work fine for 5 years right? I mean its not like the voltages are so high that the cpu will die sooner, right?

Cpu Voltage ........: 1.250
Cpu Gtl Ref .........: 0.61x
Cpu Pll Voltage.....: 1.54
Fsb Term. Volt.....: 1.2
Dram Voltage.......: 1.8
Nb Voltage..........: 1.2
Sb Voltage..........: 1.1
Pcie Sata Volt......: 1.5

Thanks again for your help.

PS: Maybe KingT could chime in on the 5 year life questions as well? smile.gif

Your Voltages are very moderate and fine. Should be running very cool, as long as you have normal airflow in your case and such.

However, there are never any guarantees that your PC will last 5 years. Components can fail. You never know with electronics. Even at stock speeds.

Anyway, with the settings you are using I would say that you have very moderate settings and that you are not forcing a shorter life on your setup.
    
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Thanks KingT! I feel so much better about this overclock having talked it over with the great people of this forum.

Now maybe I can record some music without worrying the overclock will go bad...
    
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Thanks KingT! I feel so much better about this overclock having talked it over with the great people of this forum.

Now maybe I can record some music without worrying the overclock will go bad...
Now go and make some good music for all of us..

GOOD LUCK..

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Anyway, with the settings you are using I would say that you have very moderate settings and that you are not forcing a shorter life on your setup.
That is music to my ears, because I precisely did not want to overclock in such a way that I forced a shorter life on my cpu.

I was only talking about the cpu with 5 years questions, because you are correct that other components might (and probably will fail). I wouldn't be surprised in my power supply went sometime in the next 5 years....

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Alright, last question for today. My machine has run prime 95 on blend for 11 hours straight now without any errors or other problems.

Should I go longer, or is that enough of a stability test?

Thanks.
    
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Alright, last question for today. My machine has run prime 95 on blend for 11 hours straight now without any errors or other problems.

Should I go longer, or is that enough of a stability test?

Thanks.
You could also run IBT 10 passes using max mem. To test CPU stability. There are several tests you could have used...

However, with such a mild overclock, and seeing your 11 + hours Blend stable (Which tests a little bit of all FFT's) it should be stable for everyday use...
    
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post #2067 of 6481
Thanks again for your help.
I did try IBT, though not with your settings.
I will probably try IBT again the future.

For now, I think I'm finished.

Time to try out some new music...
    
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Nice, nice thread. I've had this mobo in service since July of 2010 and have loved the heck out of it, mostly because I've gotten screaming stock performance out of it with no temp issues. Granted, I've not OC'd this baby yet because I'm too busy to do the regression testing, but that's partly why I'm here. It's time to crank this thing up and you guys seem to have done it all!

First, I'm running exclusively on a Kingston SSD but need to expand storage. But when I connect another SATA device, the system can't boot to the SSD. There's obviously a 'secret' config combo is required to make this acknowledge both devices. Instead of experimenting and possibly compromising my perfect (and by perfect I mean STINKIN' perfect!) Win7 build, could I ask for recommendations from you guys?

Please add me to the list, too.
    
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Nice, nice thread. I've had this mobo in service since July of 2010 and have loved the heck out of it, mostly because I've gotten screaming stock performance out of it with no temp issues. Granted, I've not OC'd this baby yet because I'm too busy to do the regression testing, but that's partly why I'm here. It's time to crank this thing up and you guys seem to have done it all!

First, I'm running exclusively on a Kingston SSD but need to expand storage. But when I connect another SATA device, the system can't boot to the SSD. There's obviously a 'secret' config combo is required to make this acknowledge both devices. Instead of experimenting and possibly compromising my perfect (and by perfect I mean STINKIN' perfect!) Win7 build, could I ask for recommendations from you guys?

Please add me to the list, too.
Welcomme to the OCN..

Now fill in your system cpecs BY CLICKING HERE so we all could know what are you running..

CHEERS..
     
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Nice, nice thread. I've had this mobo in service since July of 2010 and have loved the heck out of it, mostly because I've gotten screaming stock performance out of it with no temp issues. Granted, I've not OC'd this baby yet because I'm too busy to do the regression testing, but that's partly why I'm here. It's time to crank this thing up and you guys seem to have done it all!

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Please add me to the list, too.
First, Welcome to this thread Second, please fill out your system in your control panel. Third, you can change boot order on your serial ATA devices from bios.

After you have installed harddrives, go into bios and check the boot order. Also, do not use those two Drive Xpert connectors. The White and Orange. Make sure your SSD is plugged into the red Serial ATA port 1 (Or was it 0?), anyway, first of them...
    
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