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Here is my current overclock. It's still really rough, but I think it might be fully stable. Just have to do some more Prime95. I was able to do benchmarks @1.2-1.25v but linx was failing.
2n74abs.jpg

Post some stable overclocks for comparsion.
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You didnt have any issues with AI suite?
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You didnt have any issues with AI suite?
I only just started using it to bump up vcore if the stress test fails and doesn't crash. No problems, except the temp sensor was reporting 5-7C lower temps than CoreTemp. What problems are you having?
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Here is my current overclock. It's still really rough, but I think it might be fully stable. Just have to do some more Prime95. I was able to do benchmarks @1.2-1.25v but linx was failing.


Post some stable overclocks for comparsion.
Nice overclock. What else did you adjust apart from vcore. I would like to apply the same settings.

Cheers
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Hi guys!

Just got myself a 2600k, P8P67 Evo and 8gb of Corsair vengeance Ram. Since I skipped the i5/i7 platform till now and running into issues I'm a little lost.

I've tried up to 4400@1.35V for now, I managed to run some stability tests but they failed between 5-30 minutes. Also it seems that the instability is not consistent, like after the comp crashes, previous "stable" settings immediately crash too.

In games I am having hard lockups with no blue screen and computer rebooting on its own, is any one else getting this? I got a few blue screens trying to get to Windows, but hard lockups in games sounds odd.

I have a Thermaltake 700W power supply right now and I'm starting to wonder if it can't provide enough power or something. Cooling is not an issue, using Noctua NH14 in Antec case.

I have touched only the Vcore so far and left all the others on Auto, could that be an issue?

Thanks for the input^^
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Nice overclock. What else did you adjust apart from vcore. I would like to apply the same settings.

Cheers
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Hi guys!

Just got myself a 2600k, P8P67 Evo and 8gb of Corsair vengeance Ram. Since I skipped the i5/i7 platform till now and running into issues I'm a little lost.

I've tried up to 4400@1.35V for now, I managed to run some stability tests but they failed between 5-30 minutes. Also it seems that the instability is not consistent, like after the comp crashes, previous "stable" settings immediately crash too.

In games I am having hard lockups with no blue screen and computer rebooting on its own, is any one else getting this? I got a few blue screens trying to get to Windows, but hard lockups in games sounds odd.

I have a Thermaltake 700W power supply right now and I'm starting to wonder if it can't provide enough power or something. Cooling is not an issue, using Noctua NH14 in Antec case.

I have touched only the Vcore so far and left all the others on Auto, could that be an issue?

Thanks for the input^^
I have the P8P67 PRO.

I hit 5.2 GHz by settings LLC (load calibration control) to high, and PLL to Extreme. (modifying these settings make a HUGE difference, i tried 50x @ 1.5 and it wouldn't boot. Now i can do 46x @ 1.3 or less) I left everything else on auto except the VID, which took me 1.46 to hit 5.2.

There might be other settings i could adjust to lower the voltage.. But i just wanted to do that to see if my CPU could get that far.

I DIDN'T TRY going over x52.
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Here is my current overclock. It's still really rough, but I think it might be fully stable. Just have to do some more Prime95. I was able to do benchmarks @1.2-1.25v but linx was failing.
http://oi54.tinypic.com/2n74abs.jpg

Post some stable overclocks for comparsion.
i did a quick and dirty OC last night and landed at about the same settings as you, coincidentally.

4.6GHz @ 1.3V:




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Nice overclock. What else did you adjust apart from vcore. I would like to apply the same settings.

Cheers
for my OC above i set LLC to "Ultra High", Phase Control to "Extreme", and Duty Control to "Extreme". i manually input my RAM settings (9-9-9-24, 1.65V), set the Vcore to 1.25V and multi to 46. with these settings my first run of IBT resulted in a BSOD, so i upped the Vcore to 1.3 and all is well (with the limited amount of testing i've done).
Edited by Porter_ - 1/14/11 at 5:12pm
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i did a quick and dirty OC last night and landed at about the same settings as you, coincidentally.

4.6GHz @ 1.3V:






for my OC above i set LLC to "Ultra High", Phase Control to "Extreme", and Duty Control to "Extreme". i manually input my RAM settings (9-9-9-24, 1.65V), set the Vcore to 1.25V and multi to 46. with these settings my first run of IBT resulted in a BSOD, so i upped the Vcore to 1.3 and all is well (with the limited amount of testing i've done).
Thank you for the info. I will be overclocking mine today and tomorrow. I also have AX850 PSU.
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Got my 2500k to 4.5 w/ 1.35v atm will try lower later, but im unable to set my ram to their default specs. I have the super talent 2x2gb pc3-2133 8-8-8-21 timings
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Nice overclock. What else did you adjust apart from vcore. I would like to apply the same settings.

Cheers
LLC to Ultra High, and PLL to 1.85. Those are the only voltages I touched aside from vcore. Phase control is optimized I believe.

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for my OC above i set LLC to "Ultra High", Phase Control to "Extreme", and Duty Control to "Extreme". i manually input my RAM settings (9-9-9-24, 1.65V), set the Vcore to 1.25V and multi to 46. with these settings my first run of IBT resulted in a BSOD, so i upped the Vcore to 1.3 and all is well (with the limited amount of testing i've done).
Do you think setting the phase control and duty control to extreme actually made a difference?

I had an O/C that passed 50 runs of Linx on this cpu and then fail Prime95 within 2 hours. Linx seems to pass easily while Prime95 is stress test that is being difficult.
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