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Ok i will check the ram stuff. What will it look like in the bios. I find it weird i was running those speeds, even restarted once or twice, but when i leave it off all night it it wont post

As far as the ram speeds. I clicked one option in bios and it gave me 3 speed options and i picked the closest to 1600 without going over but i didnt see a multiplier

My ram voltage is set at 1.5 (voltage in specs)
I really think that you are doing something wrong.

Try 190 x 21
vcore of about 1.255 or so I really don't think you should have it up at 1.4
mine would reach 4 easily without even upping voltage. Voltage helps add stability its not something you should up just because you think you need/want too
try to keep you RAM at or close to its stock settings while overclocking the CPU.

Also your on an H50 i'm on A70 cooling. you should be doing fine as far as temps.
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post #222 of 1922
I got 4.1 stable when i turned on llc with 1.32 v and 1.28 vtt. Im going to try and fine tune it now but got 78 highest temp after running ibt. I think llc helped with stability
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post #223 of 1922
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I got 4.1 stable when i turned on llc with 1.32 v and 1.28 vtt. Im going to try and fine tune it now but got 78 highest temp after running ibt. I think llc helped with stability
Probably helped a bit. i wouldn't worry about 78. it is high but it also depend on your cooler.
And IBT might be good for short term testing but i would run prime95 for at least 10 hours to make sure its stable. Mine did 16..
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post #224 of 1922
Ok,

So I'm now pretty solid with 190 x 20 (prime95 for 2 hours no errors),
but it seems like my voltages are damn high compaired with everyone else's.
vtt = 1.29
vcore = 1.3625
-and I still can't hit 4.0 with a shred of stability.
I've had my vcore right up to 1.4 and my temps @ 100% load never even hit 65C.
It still wouldn't last 5 minutes in prime95.
That was with 200 x 20 1.4v 1.33vtt.

What am I doing wrong???
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post #225 of 1922
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Ok,

So I'm now pretty solid with 190 x 20 (prime95 for 2 hours no errors),
but it seems like my voltages are damn high compaired with everyone else's.
vtt = 1.29
vcore = 1.3625
-and I still can't hit 4.0 with a shred of stability.
I've had my vcore right up to 1.4 and my temps @ 100% load never even hit 65C.
It still wouldn't last 5 minutes in prime95.
That was with 200 x 20 1.4v 1.33vtt.

What am I doing wrong???
try a multiplier of 21 and base clock of 190

You could be pushing other components too far if your sticking with the 20 multiplier and just upping the base clock. also make sure your memory is at a stable speed as this can cause errors running prime95 blend

also is vcore from the bios or from cpuz?
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post #226 of 1922
I've tried 190 x 21 and that was a no-go.

My ram has been a bit fussy. It's 999242t 1600mhz, and has xmp.
when the xmp was off, and I let it go to default, I had trouble raising my base clock.
As soon as I enabled xmp, (which boosted my base clock up to 160 for the 1600, I started seeing stable increases.
I tested my ram with memtest86 and it looked good.
my vcore I gave you is from my bios. in cpuz it's 1.344.

I had my bclk at 200 and stable with x12.
It hit the wall at x19

Do my voltages sound high to you?
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post #227 of 1922
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Originally Posted by ZenOrbit View Post
I've tried 190 x 21 and that was a no-go.

My ram has been a bit fussy. It's 999242t 1600mhz, and has xmp.
when the xmp was off, and I let it go to default, I had trouble raising my base clock.
As soon as I enabled xmp, (which boosted my base clock up to 160 for the 1600, I started seeing stable increases.
I tested my ram with memtest86 and it looked good.
my vcore I gave you is from my bios. in cpuz it's 1.344.

I had my bclk at 200 and stable with x12.
It hit the wall at x19

Do my voltages sound high to you?
i don't know much about the VTT and such but for vcore 1.344 is high to not be at or past 4GHz.

Me personally i had 1.35 somethin in the bios but when reading in cpuz it only showed 1.256 and i'm at 4.166GHz.

I would try manually setting your RAM timings to 9-9-9-24-2t and trying to keep RAM speed at or lower than its rated speed. try 190 x 21 with a v core of around 1.26 or 1.275 still with you RAM settings set and probably should set RAM voltage to its default. for low voltage ram this is around 1.35v or so and for regular ram its about 1.6v. Might try running small ftts on prime 95 instead of blend and then you'll know if its your ram or your cpu causing problems
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post #228 of 1922
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Originally Posted by ZenOrbit View Post
I've tried 190 x 21 and that was a no-go.

My ram has been a bit fussy. It's 999242t 1600mhz, and has xmp.
when the xmp was off, and I let it go to default, I had trouble raising my base clock.
As soon as I enabled xmp, (which boosted my base clock up to 160 for the 1600, I started seeing stable increases.
I tested my ram with memtest86 and it looked good.
my vcore I gave you is from my bios. in cpuz it's 1.344.

I had my bclk at 200 and stable with x12.
It hit the wall at x19

Do my voltages sound high to you?
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Originally Posted by dembo1305 View Post
i don't know much about the VTT and such but for vcore 1.344 is high to not be at or past 4GHz.

Me personally i had 1.35 somethin in the bios but when reading in cpuz it only showed 1.256 and i'm at 4.166GHz.

I would try manually setting your RAM timings to 9-9-9-24-2t and trying to keep RAM speed at or lower than its rated speed. try 190 x 21 with a v core of around 1.26 or 1.275 still with you RAM settings set and probably should set RAM voltage to its default. for low voltage ram this is around 1.35v or so and for regular ram its about 1.6v. Might try running small ftts on prime 95 instead of blend and then you'll know if its your ram or your cpu causing problems
Thought I'd jump in here and add that you'd be much better off loosing the XMP and it's 2:10 memory multiplier. Just set it to 2:8 for now until you get stable at the CPU speed you want. Then afterwards if you want to overclock the RAM some more you can do that and it will probably be all in the VTT and RAM voltage but for now treat it as a seperate overclock and keep the memory speed lower with the 2:8 or even 2:6 multi which is nearly always much more stable than 2:10.
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I know temps are really good. Don't blame me.. i'm close to a cold window and it's closed also. I did a heck of a job installing H70 very firmly and carefully. I need to stress more to see what it goes at more loads. I threw everything and i'm amazed how fast this processor is. Tempted to overclock but i think i'm gonna TLC for a long time and just be left alone
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i got my cpu to 4 ghz with 1.35 vcore. however, when i did the intel burn test my temps went up to 87 degrees on one of the cores, even though the guide in the op said its "safe" up to 100. i'm going to do more stability testing but i just wanna know if 87 is too high. my comp idles around 40 and im using the hyper 212 hsf. also it was such a big jump in vcore and temps to go from 3.8 to 4

is this normal? i just used the 3 steps guide in the op, so all the other stuff such as vtt voltage is based off of that

i'm doing 20x200. also i have ripjaws 1600, so it adds nicely that my memory is at 1600 now right? using 2:8 ratio. do i need to do memory timings or anything?

thanks!!!!!
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