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post #801 of 1922
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im using 1.275 myself 20x200 and the rest is on auto 1600spd ram
all energy saving and turbo off too..llc on too...not sure about the spread whatever the default was ..ill check when i get back..getting dinner now...

thanks btw..the 21x191 is a rough one too..bad experience with that one for me..good jobby ill try that too..your clock is actually a bit higher than 20x200..3.9998 is what i get ....2 off 4ghz LOL
To teach you a small lesson, you get the speed by multipling the BCLK and the multi. 20x200 = 4000Mhz = 4.0GHz
21x191 = 4011Mhz = 4.01Ghz

I had 4.166 but i started tinkering and forgot what voltage i had it at.. but it was 12 hours p95 stable! it was 21x198 i think..
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lol we have the same prob with tinkering..i been putting all my settings into my iphone in the notepad this way i know where i was with what..
because i had 198x21 stable at one point than i got to tinkering and hit f12 insteal of 11 loaded when i should saved or vice versa and messed up myself lol
thankyou but i do know how the multi works..i was saying cpuz is telling me its 3.9998ghz...the bios is telling me its 4.01ghz etc etc....what is the qpi and is that 1.35v ram or something?
my ram is 1.65v so i just left it on auto it seems to be more stable with auto volts for the ram..multi of 6 with ram enhance off as well..
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To teach you a small lesson, you get the speed by multipling the BCLK and the multi. 20x200 = 4000Mhz = 4.0GHz
21x191 = 4011Mhz = 4.01Ghz

I had 4.166 but i started tinkering and forgot what voltage i had it at.. but it was 12 hours p95 stable! it was 21x198 i think..
I am not sure if its the software monitoring the clocks, or that the cpuu freq actually fluctuates slightly..

20x200 is 4.00 (4000MHz) but it will fluctualte down as low as 3999.2 (basically .8MHz drop ...
All cpu's do this, its rare they run exactly the same freq, every one I have ever had tho...
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lol we have the same prob with tinkering..i been putting all my settings into my iphone in the notepad this way i know where i was with what..
because i had 198x21 stable at one point than i got to tinkering and hit f12 insteal of 11 loaded when i should saved or vice versa and messed up myself lol
thankyou but i do know how the multi works..i was saying cpuz is telling me its 3.9998ghz...the bios is telling me its 4.01ghz etc etc....what is the qpi and is that 1.35v ram or something?
my ram is 1.65v so i just left it on auto it seems to be more stable with auto volts for the ram..multi of 6 with ram enhance off as well..
I didn't really have a problem keeping the info. (I was the one who posted the excel screen shot.) I just didn't know vcore was important at the time.
QPI is Quick Path Interconnect I think. But thats all i know about it. I think its supposed to be kinda like the northbridge on older systems. Generally faster would be better for it. But i don't know how fast too fast is. Maybe someone else knows that

And also yes I am using 1.35v ram as stated earlier. And I wouldn't leave your ram on auto even if it isn't overclocked. That's just one more variable that you don't have to worry about.
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Im running 4.2ghz stable at 1.3 volts. IS that normal? Temps around 42 idle 70 load and 55 gaming
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Im running 4.2ghz stable at 1.3 volts. IS that normal? Temps around 42 idle 70 load and 55 gaming
I would say that is probably normal. although mine needed close to 1.3275 or so for 4.116Ghz i would say 1.3 is probably good. It's not that high but thats a good thing.
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QPI is Quick Path Interconnect I think. But thats all i know about it. I think its supposed to be kinda like the northbridge on older systems. Generally faster would be better for it. But i don't know how fast too fast is. Maybe someone else knows that
Yeah, thats what it is. There is no northbridge anymore, hence why we have now SLI/Xfire compatability.
On 775 boards the North Bridge or MCH was the central point of traffic between the CPU - Ram - PCI-E and communicated with the South Bridge that handles HD's - USB - USB etc. There was also a memory controller on the boards...

Now the nb/mch has been implemented onto the cpu, so we have a CPU that handles the communication from Ram & PCI-E.. As well as an IMC (integrated memory controller)

Faster Bclk = faster system, just like faster FSB = faster system.

Also things of interest are there are slim chances of you damaging the motherboard by overclocking, aside from the bad Foxconn sockets, which I think have been pulled by most companies.

But the chances of us breaking the cpu has gone up, with everything on the cpu, overvolting and running at high temps are still in the trial and error states.

Here is a link to the datasheets. http://download.intel.com/design/pro...hts/322164.pdf 1.1 Processor Feature Details shows the design of our cpu/board and how everything works...
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Yeah, thats what it is. There is no northbridge anymore, hence why we have now SLI/Xfire compatability.
On 775 boards the North Bridge or MCH was the central point of traffic between the CPU - Ram - PCI-E and communicated with the South Bridge that handles HD's - USB - USB etc. There was also a memory controller on the boards...

Now the nb/mch has been implemented onto the cpu, so we have a CPU that handles the communication from Ram & PCI-E.. As well as an IMC (integrated memory controller)

Faster Bclk = faster system, just like faster FSB = faster system.

Also things of interest are there are slim chances of you damaging the motherboard by overclocking, aside from the bad Foxconn sockets, which I think have been pulled by most companies.

But the chances of us breaking the cpu has gone up, with everything on the cpu, overvolting and running at high temps are still in the trial and error states.

Here is a link to the datasheets. http://download.intel.com/design/pro...hts/322164.pdf 1.1 Processor Feature Details shows the design of our cpu/board and how everything works...
Very helpful. +rep
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Glad to be part of the club. Got my i5 2 days ago, didn't want to OC it at first because I felt like I'd be taking its virginity, but I'm at 3.7ghz and I know I can push it further but this is perfect for now! Happy OC'ing everyone! oh and Merry Christmas...
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I'm at 4ghz (191x21), with kind of high voltage. I need to update BIOS so I can enable LLC. >
I'll post a screenshot later. Load temps (25 runs of IBT @ high) are 63c-70c lowest core-highest core, with gaming in the high 40's, and sometimes pushing 50c. I <3 this cooler!
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