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My ram was running at 1333, which is technically normal, but it was rated for 1600. I assume you did like did and enabled XMP, which boosted it up to 1600. What it did for me was reduce the multiplier on my CPU to 18 and increased the BCLK a bit and I ended up with 2.88ghz.

Safe temps are pretty much 70-75C... you can go higher, but it's dangerous and at that point you are lowering the life of you CPU much faster...



Kinda where I am at... same ratio, but I have LLC enabled so I have my Vcore down to 1.27 now.
Interesting..
So you reduced the multiplier? how much BLCK did you increase? I wanna try your way and see if there is huge improvement. I like lower temps.
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I think it reduced it on its own. I honestly didn't look at it when I first enabled XMP.. all I know is that several days ago I started to OC and I noticed it was at 18 instead of 21. I don't have a clue why.

Either way when I went back to 191x21 I had to reduce the multiplier to 6 to keep it stable and I've yet to set it to 2:8 and have it boot every time. And like I noticed last night was that I could reduce the VCORE substantially when I had LLC enabled. I enabled it when I was reducing VCORE and had Prime95 workers get FATAL ERRORs when I was at 1.33v.

I plan on restarting the OC from scratch today when I get home from work Gonna keep it at 2:8, 21x150 and gradually move up. I'm fine being at 4.01ghz
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All right dude thanks. I just need to know what settings I need.
Updated earlier post with 4.01 Profile.

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I OC in BIOS--although I do know how to use the software to avoid the rebooting. Just not using it now. I used to use it to walk the OC up for benching purposes. I don't bench anymore.

I have v-core and vtt both @ 1.250 BIOS now. Is it advisable to have vtt higher than v-core if the need should arise--or am I off base?
Just wanted to make sure. I've used E-leet for small changes while benching but I sure wouldn't suggest it for general overclocking.

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What are the most normal max temps the i5 can handle?

I wanted to know cuz i never knew..

I never overclocked but i had to set my ram manual timmings cuz my motherboard was detecting 1333mhz and it's a 1600mhz ram and i fixed it now my processor is actually running 2.98ghz instead of 2.80 lol. Mild overclock.

I just wanted to know what are safe temps for the processor?

I'm not used to this because i was very used to duo and core 2 quads 775 socket area.
Keep it under 80C while stability testing is a good rule of thumb. I've broken that rule on occasion to no ill effect but it's still a good rule. That is 80C max core temp. Using a good temp program like CoreTemp, RealTemp, or HWMonitor.
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80C as in of?...

I'm not planning to overclock far anyways. I just wanna know about temps.

I think it has something to do with my new power supply. Heat rises from the top causing my case warm. I like my other psu better because it has side exhaust fans not on the top. I think my psu is the cause of temp change in my case and mb. Kinda obvious.
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80C as in of?....
Sorry, ya lost me.

80 degrees Celcius on the warmest core.



Normally you would only see that sort of temp while stability testing using a program like Intel Burn Test or Prime 95.

During normal use at stock clocks and voltage I'd be suprised if you ever saw 30C over ambient.

Sorry the above picture is for my 930 while folding but it gives you an idea of what temp monitoring at 100% load looks like maybe. My 760 is folding right now at 4.01GHz and 57C temps and the Folding @t Home program is alot more stressfull than anything you will likely run into during normal use.

Of course temps depend on alot. Ambient temp, CPU cooler, CFM and static pressure of fans on heatsink or rad, case fans and airflow, amount of heat put off by other things in the case (GPU, harddrives), Then of course all the various voltages will increase temps as they go up while overclocking.

Still not sure if I answered the question.
Edited by ~sizzzle~ - 12/14/10 at 3:01pm
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Yea you answered it, i also was recently told elsewhere that i can just flip the psu upside down on the floor cuz it won't heat it up.. the fan only blows air out.. might do that but waiting for clarification from someone else.

I can tell my load right now cuz i had this idle for a bit but i'll keep an eye out. Gonna have to do an experiement with airflow again today.

I hate new psu designs. I like it when they have fans on the front and back.. better than top cuz airflow would regulate properly.
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Well its not the mobo. I kept saying it was the chip and everyone kept saying it was the mobo so I swapped the GD80 for the P55 FTW the previous owner had an overclock of 4+ with 1.28x vcore load 1.19 vtt . This chip is just junk. I just wants a lot of Vcore.

191x21
1.35 bios 1.32x load
VTT 1.275
PLL 1.8
DRAM 1.65

Stock timings 800mhz
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Who are you referring to Zip? Our processors or someone discussing between you and another member based on overclocking?

Yes that has got me thinking if i need more vcore. I wish i knew what to do in bios but it's so much different than the 775 ones i had for years.
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Who are you referring to Zip? Our processors or someone discussing between you and another member based on overclocking?

Yes that has got me thinking if i need more vcore. I wish i knew what to do in bios but it's so much different than the 775 ones i had for years.
If you read back in this thread a few days I couldn't get a 4.0 overclock without huge vcore. No matter what I did. I kept saying it was the CPU, others (can't remember who) where suggesting it was the mobo. Well after swapping them out for the P55 FTW a mobo I bought used and know what it can do; I am not even close.

I still need lots of Vcore to get to 4.0. Now 3.8 sure even 3.9 maybe.
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Who are you referring to Zip? Our processors or someone discussing between you and another member based on overclocking?

Yes that has got me thinking if i need more vcore. I wish i knew what to do in bios but it's so much different than the 775 ones i had for years.
You and me both! I've had an E6600 since early 2007 that I had overclocked from 2.4 to 3.4ghz. This i5 stuff is a whole new ball game
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