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i'm using the Asus P8P67 Evo motherboard. I updated to the latest non beta bios and that's what i've been trying to get working. obviously, i should have just used the Beta bios since that's what I needed to get my overclock on!

I just upgraded to the beta bios and i finally got to 4.8ghz. I'm right at 60degrees C under load. something tells me I wont be getting the 30K PPD/smp that you're getting. I went ahead and turned on the CPU PLL Overvolt that came up on the new bios. I never touched my bclock... which was at 100. I've also had my LLC set @ extream... so i looks like the one thing I needed to have to get past the 4.7ghz wall was the CPU PLL Overvolt.

This makes me wonder how in the world the reviewers were able to get to +5ghz with the same boards. Custom Bios anybody?! lol

i'm folding @ 4.8 right now and we'll see what results I get now.
Edited by AMD SLI guru - 1/9/11 at 5:04pm
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i'm using the Asus P8P67 Evo motherboard. I updated to the latest non beta bios and that's what i've been trying to get working.

I just upgraded to the beta bios and i finally got to 4.8ghz. I'm right at 60degrees C under load. something tells me I wont be getting the 30K PPD/smp that you're getting. I went ahead and turned on the CPU PLL Overvolt that came up on the new bios. I never touched my bclock... which was at 100.

i'm folding @ 4.8 right now and we'll see what results I get now.
Ok, yes I should have been clear, the beta bios is the only one to unlock the PLL Overvolt. Your still running cooler than I am at 4.8. What vcore does it need at that speed? I'm testing what I think looks like my sweet spot for 24/7 at 4.7Ghz, 1.335vcore and ~65`C.
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...if I have anything to say about it, we may be finding out soon



I sure hope so! I was going to upgrade to the 2600k, but the 2500k is just a much better value, and the only reason I would really need to upgrade to the 2600k would be for folding. I hate to say it, but I can't really see myself spending $100 more than I have to just for more ppd.

But, with a decent oc on my gpu and cpu, I can still crank out 30-40k ppd. So everybody wins, most of all my wallet though.
     
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Ok, yes I should have been clear, the beta bios is the only one to unlock the PLL Overvolt. Your still running cooler than I am at 4.8. What vcore does it need at that speed? I'm testing what I think looks like my sweet spot for 24/7 at 4.7Ghz, 1.335vcore and ~65`C.
I'm not even close to that. lol I'm at 1.4vcore @ 4.6ghz. It wont post at 4.7 @ 1.4vcore. I have to bump it up to 1.425...

I'll just leave it there and let it fold for tonight. once it's completed 10 smp wu's, I'll switch it over to bigadv and let it rip. have a feeling i'm not going to get as much as your 50K PPD on those WU's.

strange that they aren't acting the same. Oh well... I have another i7 2600K system coming in on Tuesday.
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Ah.. that sucks. You will still make some great PPD at 4.6Ghz. Be sure to post your results please!

Hopefully your second SB will be a stronger chip.
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Just downloaded F@H, hopefully to help fill that empty 2500k chart, don't know how long it will take to get the info you guys need though.

Will PPD be calculated for me or will I need to do some Math? (I fold on PS3 )
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yeah I'm hoping too it's not a big deal because i bought it to do bigadv anyways.

the other thing I noticed is there is a spot in the bios to input the CPU wattage: like it starts talking about it will only draw 65 or 95 watts depending on model. You can input your own # up to 255. I just set it up to 255 and it seems to have boosted my ppd
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Just downloaded F@H, hopefully to help fill that empty 2500k chart, don't know how long it will take to get the info you guys need though.

Will PPD be calculated for me or will I need to do some Math? (I fold on PS3 )
Well now that your folding on your PC, your going to want to install HFM to monitor and do the calculations for ya.

Be sure to use this guide to setup the client, to make sure you pull smp work units.

[Windows 7] Setting up the SMP client (v6.30)

Then, follow this great guide to setup HFM.Net

[Windows 7] Complete HFM Guide

Let us know how you make out!
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yeah I'm hoping too it's not a big deal because i bought it to do bigadv anyways.

the other thing I noticed is there is a spot in the bios to input the CPU wattage: like it starts talking about it will only draw 65 or 95 watts depending on model. You can input your own # up to 255. I just set it up to 255 and it seems to have boosted my ppd

Oh yeah I forgot completly to mention another option I found, probably the same thing. I think it said cpu current limit or something to that effect, I will have to check and I'll update the thread. Mines in percentages, options 100%, 110%, 120%, 130% and 140%. I have it at 130atm.
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already done! my stats
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