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Seban's conclusion:
Okay guys its time to sumarise everything and review how everything was set.
First a templete (this will be exactly what BIOS displays and how are things set):
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Ai Tweaker

Target CPU Frequency : 3320MHz
Target DRAM Frequency : 1331MHz

Ai Overclock Tuner - Manual
OC From CPU Level Up - Auto
CPU Ratio Setting - 20.0
Intel(R) SpeedStep(TM) Tech - Disabled
Xtreme Phase Full Power Mode - Enabled
BCLK Frequency - 166
PCIE Frequency - 100
DRAM Frequency - DDR3-1328MHz
QPI Frequency - Auto
ASUS/3rd Party UI Priority - ASUS Utility

OC Tuner - Turbo Profile
Start Auto Tuning

DRAM Timing Control - Auto

CPU Differential Amplitude - Auto
CPU Clock Skew - Auto

CPU Voltage Mode - Manual
Fixed Voltage - 1.19375
Current CPU Core Voltage 1.184V
IMC Voltage - 1.16250
Current IMC Voltage 1.181V
DRAM Voltage - 1.5000
Current DRAM Voltage 1.493V
CPU PLL Voltage - Auto
Current CPU PLL Voltage 1.793V
PCH Voltage - Auto
Current PCH Voltage 1.046V
DRAM Data REF Voltage On CHA - Auto
DRAM Data REF Voltage On CHB - Auto

Load-Line Calibration - Enabled
CPU Spread Spectrum - Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum - Auto


Advanced --> CPU Configuration
Configure Advanced CPU Settings
Module Version: 01.0A

Manufacturer: Intel
Brand String: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 860 @ 2.80GHz
Frequency: 3.33GHz
BCLK Speed: 166MHz
Cache L1: 256KB
Cache L2: 1024KB
Cache L3: 8192KB
Ratio Status: (Min:09, Max:22)
Ratio Actual Value: 20
CPUID: 106E5

CPU Ratio Setting - 20.0
C1E Support - Disabled
Hardware Prefetcher - Enabled
Adjacent Cache Line Prefetch - Enabled
Max CPUID Value Limit - Disabled
Intel(R) Virtualization Tech - Enabled
CPU TM Function - Enabled
Execute-Disable Bit Capability - Enabled
Intel(R) HT Technology - Enabled
Active Processor Cores - All
A20M - Disabled
Intel(R) SpeedStep Tech - Disabled
Intel(R) C-STATE Tech - Disabled
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Now my conclusion: This was a hell of adventure and fun, but I belive that for stock cooling I should go with a lower overclock to maintain stable and as coolest temperatures as possible. Why ? Because when it comes to benchmark then I would have to vent the whole room with cold air and keep it that way - cold. Instead I prefer an lower overclocking that will give me full stabillity under every test there is - if such overclock do not exist with a stock cooling then I am prepared to come back to stock clock of 2.80GHz. But we tried to push it to 3.33GHz and we didnt achieved victory, but we succeeded. Now different people on different forums says its easy to achieve 3.4GHz with stock cooling - easy to achieve maybe so, but probobly hoter by few degeese from 3.33GHz wich is hot without additional cooling (the additional cooling I used is what happens to be called "winter cooling" - by opening a window/balcony when outside temperature is minus something [-9 in my case]).

Ofcourse credits go to jak3z for helping me and assisting at every step. If it wasnt for him I wouldnt even know how to remove RAM not to mention things like overclocking. Like I said before mate you have my eternal graditute and friendship. Thankyou so very much for making everything easier for me.
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Now we should try some hours of Prime95, blend test.
    
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post #103 of 131
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jak3z View Post
Now we should try some hours of Prime95, blend test.
With current overclocking ?
And how do I setup Prime again ?


BTW Ive read that max safe voltage (HT off) is 1.150V - whats that all about ?

http://solidlystated.com/hardware/co...-temperatures/
Edited by Seban - 12/16/10 at 8:32am
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post #104 of 131
Yes with the current overclock.
Open prime95, right after you open it, it will ask you what to run, Small FFT, Large or Blend test. Click Blend and OK.
    
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post #105 of 131
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This is what I had after very short time:

Thats way too hot and I suspect if left for hour or more it would be higher.
Things that everybody around me keep telling me are starting to get to me... Stock cooling is bad for overclocking now I admit that and agree with it fully. Either Im panicked or paranoid but either way I dont want to degrade my cpu or burn it right away.

Mate how do I go back to stock to have full stability and cool temps ? Last time I went on stock (AUTO all AI Tweaker settings I also had high temps line in a scenario of overclocking but only more) Could you gimmie a templete ? I think we are done here. Its hopeless to overclock with stock cooling
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post #106 of 131
We can lower your overclock to the point it uses the values of the default speed.
I need you to do something, get all the values to auto, but set your ram speed to 1333 and the ram voltage to 1.5v
    
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post #107 of 131
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Originally Posted by jak3z View Post
We can lower your overclock to the point it uses the values of the default speed.
I need you to do something, get all the values to auto, but set your ram speed to 1333 and the ram voltage to 1.5v
Yes I want to go with default clock of 2.80GHz and stabilyze it. It was never stable before even at stock speeds and this is even more confusing however Ive read somewhere that "if you cant be stable with stock clocks dont do any overclocking"
Is it possible with those energy saving oprions , C1E and C-State or however was it default ? With those options CPU when not used is downclocked to like 1200MHz and cool as almost an ice 27-35 temps max (the lower is when totaly idle and not doing anything and higher is when semi-busy) compared to what is right now at idle temps of 44-46 I prefer going back to 2.80GHz and having it stable under every benchmark, stability or stress test. Will that be possible, can you help me do it once again ?

Also do I set the timings to 9-9-9-24 or just everything on Auto at DRAM Timing Controll section too ?
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As for the rams timings doesnt matter much. Go full stock atm
    
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post #109 of 131
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jak3z View Post
As for the rams timings doesnt matter much. Go full stock atm
Done.
Everything set as you said: full Auto + DDR3-1333 at 1.5V however I enabled some options:

Intel SpeedStep - Enabled
Turbo - Enabled
C1E Support - Enabled
Intel C-STATE Tech - Enabled

And after system started it is like this:




What now ?
Edited by Seban - 12/16/10 at 9:50am
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Prime95 blend test
    
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