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post #2621 of 6481
Guys

1.30v FSB Termination , 1.60v PLL and 1.30v NB

Can i have this settings 24/7?

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He guys,

Update DESKTOP_GAME pc with P5Q de luxe and mannaged to hit 3.8 ghz with my 8gb Geil Black dragon pc 8500 ddr 2 memory running @897mhz.
CPU Voltage 1.23125
CPU PLL voltage 1.56
FSB term .Voltage 1.26
NB voltage 1.26
SB voltage 1.10
PCIE Sata Voltage 1.5
All other settings auto

What test to run for stability: intel burn test or Prime 95 or both
Can any one tell me how to test with Prime 95.
Maybe you can KingT.
You help was aprecieted with my earlier posts.

Thanks and happy OC.
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post #2623 of 6481
I have used 1.5V FSB Termination voltage(VTT) and 1,45-1.5V Vcore on QX9770 for about 4 months now 24/7 crunching QMC.
No problems so far.
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post #2624 of 6481
Quote:
Originally Posted by Darekk1990 View Post
Guys

1.30v FSB Termination , 1.60v PLL and 1.30v NB

Can i have this settings 24/7?

E6750 3.6Ghz
Yeah you can without any issues..



Quote:
Originally Posted by Ouwe Reus View Post
He guys,

Update DESKTOP_GAME pc with P5Q de luxe and mannaged to hit 3.8 ghz with my 8gb Geil Black dragon pc 8500 ddr 2 memory running @897mhz.
CPU Voltage 1.23125
CPU PLL voltage 1.56
FSB term .Voltage 1.26
NB voltage 1.26
SB voltage 1.10
PCIE Sata Voltage 1.5
All other settings auto

What test to run for stability: intel burn test or Prime 95 or both
Can any one tell me how to test with Prime 95.
Maybe you can KingT.
You help was aprecieted with my earlier posts.

Thanks and happy OC.
Testing methodology:

1. First test your OC with 6x multi with P95 LARGE FFT for at least 6h (12h is ideal) and stock Vcore as your CPU would be running @ 450x6=2.7GHz..

2. If you pass P95 Large FFT for 6h then reboot to BIOS upp your Vcore and set MULTI to 8.5x..

3. Boot to OS and If it doesn't boot keep adding Vcore untill it does..

4. Then in Windows test 450MHz FSB x8,5 =3.85GHz with Intel Burn Ttest for 20runs w/ max RAM..
If you crash then just upp Vcore and test it again..

5. If you pass 6hrs of P95 LARGE FFT & 20 runs of IBT then you're ROCK SOLID..

KEEP YOUR CORE TEMPS UNDER 75C IN ANY STRESS TEST..

For more than 460MHz to be P95 LARGE FFT stable you need to tune CPU GTL voltages for each pair of cores for example if 1st core errors in P95 you tune (try both to lower or upp GTL) GTL voltage 0/2 (that's GTL for 1st and 3rd core)..

If 2nd core errors then tune CPU GTL 1/3 (for 2nd and 4th core-worker in P95)..

Only by tunning CPU GTL you will be stable in P95 LARGE FFT for 6h or more when pushing your Q9550 over 450MHz FSB..

Tunning CPU GTL is a matter of trial and error..

Actual GTL voltage is calculated by vFSB x0.xx (GTL multiplier) so for example you use 1.30V FSB x0.63 = 0.819V..

Usually Qads like actual GTL voltages in between 0.790 and 0.840V when OC'd over 450MHz FSB..

Good Luck..

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post #2625 of 6481
Ouwe Reus


Tweaking those GTL's is important to find the right combination of muti's between Core 0/2 and Core 1/3. However, my findings in my P5Q-E I found some sweetspot multi's for my Q9650, after this it was all about increasing vFSB (VTT) when upping FSB.

Those 0.790 and 0.840V doesn't really matter when you begin increasing FSB past 450FSB in these boards. In my P5Q-E, when I'm at 467FSB I need 1.34vFSB (VTT) to be Rock stable in all Prime95 Presets. Using x0.64GTL for Core 0/2 and x0.67GTL for GTL 1/3. I also had to use x0.655GTL for Northbridge in my board. Going 480FSB + and I need x0.665GTL for NB and just add more vFSB.

My impression is that the most important in these boards are to find the correlation between the GTL's. After that it's all about upping vFSB and find the right GTL for Northbridge. As I've said, those 0.790 and 0.840V does not mean anything. They may do in other boards though. Finetuning the GTL's to try and stick in the 0.790 and 0.840V range does little. It seems more like Core 0/2 and 1/3 likes certain multi's, after that, it is all about increasing VTT.
    
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post #2626 of 6481
Motherboard Voltage Control
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Load Line Calibration (LLC) .........: Enabled
CPU Vcore............................: 1.4625 Bios & 1.440 - CPUZ ( Actual )
CPU Termination.....1.200V*..........: 1.460
CPU PLL.............1.500V*..........: 1.570
CPU Referen.........0.755V*..........: 0.909


For 500FSB in the UD3P. Link

1.46 VTT x0.909GTL = 1.327 Volts

When compared to me right now in the P5Q Pro Turbo/Q9400@3.9GHz-Hours into Prime95 Large FFT's 320KB - 320KB

1.6 VTT x0.65 = 1.04 Volts
    
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post #2627 of 6481
Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9 View Post

1.46 VTT x0.909GTL = 1.327 Volts
No man you got it all wrong..

That 0.909V is actual GTL voltage not GTL multiplier..

So on P5Q-E you would get 0.909V for that vFSB=1.46V with 0.62x GTL multi ( vFSB =1.46V x 0.62 = 0.909V)

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Quote:
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CPU Referen.........0.755V*..........: 0.909

1.46 VTT x0.909GTL = 1.327 Volts
That's not how Gigabyte reference voltages work, 0.755 V means actual voltage when VTT is at 1.20 V, 0.755V / 1.2 V = 0.629 which is the multiplier you see in Asus bios.
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No man you got it all wrong..

That 0.909V is actual GTL voltage not GTL multiplier..

So on P5Q-E you would get 0.909V for that vFSB=1.46V with 0.62x GTL multi ( vFSB =1.46V x 0.62 = 0.909V)

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Ahh... On the UD3P they actually just type in the GTL Voltage... Nice
    
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Ahh... On the UD3P they actually just type in the GTL Voltage... Nice
Yeah much better than these GTL multipliers on Asus mobos and much more precise..

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