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This is exactly why my 2 2600ks and 2500k hasn't gone over 1.25 voltage. It seems to be way to early to tell what is acceptable.
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My chip needs more vcore than it did when I first got it FOR SURE. Only needed 1.42v load for 5ghz....... now after folding for two months straight 24/7..... 1.485v!!!!! Got a new chip on the way, actually five new chips and gonna send the other 4 back once I find the best one. Degrading is happening, and I would suggest NOT folding on it 24/7. Just my two cents.
Jonesey, I've been following your PC exploits since you started the 5Ghz club and have to ask: How is it you're able to get so many processors to choose from? Most retailers don't let you return a CPU without there being an obvious defect once the seal on the box has been broken. Do you have a really flexible outlet that you go through, or do you use an amazing rationale when dealing with RMA departments?

I'd also like to say that after switching from MSI, I've dropped a WHOPPING 65mV from my vcore with my 4.8Ghz 24/7 oc. I really wish I had gone this route from the get go.
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Jonesey, I've been following your PC exploits since you started the 5Ghz club and have to ask: How is it you're able to get so many processors to choose from? Most retailers don't let you return a CPU without there being an obvious defect once the seal on the box has been broken. Do you have a really flexible outlet that you go through, or do you use an amazing rationale when dealing with RMA departments?

I'd also like to say that after switching from MSI, I've dropped a WHOPPING 65mV from my vcore with my 4.8Ghz 24/7 oc. I really wish I had gone this route from the get go.
LOL, well....... I guess a bit of both actually. I could sell ice to an Eskimo so rationale is a must. And I use Newegg..... a no questions asked, only care about the customer's happiness and satisfaction type of multi- million (billion?) dollar company who doesn't care about small potatoes like me. You must be smart in rma dealings and play dumb. That's the best advice I can give you.



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This is exactly why my 2 2600ks and 2500k hasn't gone over 1.25 voltage. It seems to be way to early to tell what is acceptable.
I don't realllllly care about these chips so much.... it's just a filler until ivy or bulldozer ( whichever is more appealing) arrives. I'm a hardware whore, and build a new machine about twice a year, so longevity is not a must for I. However, I will NOT be folding anymore, as it seems it's just TOO much of a strain too often...... for any chip at any speed for that matter. I contributed my part * 2.6mil points in two months * so now I'm back to gaming only, and my equipment appreciates it.
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LOL, well....... I guess a bit of both actually. I could sell ice to an Eskimo so rationale is a must. And I use Newegg..... a no questions asked, only care about the customer's happiness and satisfaction type of multi- million (billion?) dollar company who doesn't care about small potatoes like me. You must be smart in rma dealings and play dumb. That's the best advice I can give you.





I don't realllllly care about these chips so much.... it's just a filler until ivy or bulldozer ( whichever is more appealing) arrives. I'm a hardware whore, and build a new machine about twice a year, so longevity is not a must for I. However, I will NOT be folding anymore, as it seems it's just TOO much of a strain too often...... for any chip at any speed for that matter. I contributed my part * 2.6mil points in two months * so now I'm back to gaming only, and my equipment appreciates it.
Pure genius sir. I too buy most of my hardware from the 'egg, so I was wondering if I could just return cpus that don't fit the bill and say they're defective. I'm definitely going to give this a shot come IB/BD time as like you, I really don't care much if I fry my PC as this platform is just temporary until the "enthusiast" stuff starts pouring out of Intel/AMD. Thanks for the insight!
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Ahh good old RMA abuse, I feel for the guys who buy your returned open box CPU after you've put 1.5v through it. If you must do it, don't brag about it on forums, some people don't like it.

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I will NOT be folding anymore, as it seems it's just TOO much of a strain too often...... for any chip at any speed for that matter.
There are plenty of people who run chips 24/7 for much longer than you have but at a sensible voltage with zero issues.
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I don't realllllly care about these chips so much.... it's just a filler until ivy or bulldozer ( whichever is more appealing) arrives. I'm a hardware whore, and build a new machine about twice a year, so longevity is not a must for I. However, I will NOT be folding anymore, as it seems it's just TOO much of a strain too often...... for any chip at any speed for that matter. I contributed my part * 2.6mil points in two months * so now I'm back to gaming only, and my equipment appreciates it.
I would love to fold, but our So-Cal electricity prices won't allow that. I simply can't AFFORD to do it! I really hate it. It's not uncommon to get a $400+ electricity bill, and the minimum is about $250/month.

On another note, I have not had to raise my vcore for 5 GHz 24/7. The only setting I've really changed is LLC, now at Ultra High. I used to run it at the High setting. However, I turn my computer off every night, and I also run with C1, C3 and C6 all on, so the CPU downclocks to 1.6 GHz when idle. AFAIK, with the newer BIOS, you have to lock them to on, otherwise they will be set to off at 5 GHz if you keep the BIOS setting on Auto.
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Has anyone found a working solution to the "double ASUS splash screen" POST issue yet?

Motherboard is a P8P67 PRO with the 1502 BIOS and running i7-2600K (not overclocked). The Marvell 6Gbps SATA ports are disabled in the BIOS. I have a pair of Hitachi 1TB HDDs in RAID1 on the Intel 6 Gbps SATA ports. The regular Intel 3 Gbps SATA ports have an Intel SSD and an ASUS DVD+R drives connected.

On power up (whether cold or warm), it will show the following:

ASUS splash screen
Marvell controller boot hard drive screen (~1 second)
ASUS splash screen
Intel controller boot hard drive screen
Windows 7 loads

I've tried the APM workaround by enabling Boot on PCI-E that has been mentioned but that doesn't seem to work.

Thanks!
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Has anyone found a working solution to the "double ASUS splash screen" POST issue yet?

Motherboard is a P8P67 PRO with the 1502 BIOS and running i7-2600K (not overclocked). The Marvell 6Gbps SATA ports are disabled in the BIOS. I have a pair of Hitachi 1TB HDDs in RAID1 on the Intel 6 Gbps SATA ports. The regular Intel 3 Gbps SATA ports have an Intel SSD and an ASUS DVD+R drives connected.

On power up (whether cold or warm), it will show the following:

ASUS splash screen
Marvell controller boot hard drive screen (~1 second)
ASUS splash screen
Intel controller boot hard drive screen
Windows 7 loads

I've tried the APM workaround by enabling Boot on PCI-E that has been mentioned but that doesn't seem to work.

Thanks!
I think that's normal

It's when it starts, then shuts down and boots again that's the issue that some get!
Not just showing that Splash screen twice!
So at least, that's what I think
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My Marvell controller is disabled; it does not show the Asus screen twice... or even once for that matter (since I have that disabled too). Check again to make sure the controller is disabled.
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My Marvell controller is disabled; it does not show the Asus screen twice... or even once for that matter (since I have that disabled too). Check again to make sure the controller is disabled.
Disabled

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