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post #131 of 1839
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i mentioned it often enough:

for a real stable and decent oc use fixed v-core voltage ~1.48 volts and LLC 2 or LLC 1.

enable pll override,be sure the ram is running within the specs and leave the rest on auto.

the intel power saving features can be left enabled.

this should lead into in a at least stable 4,8 ghz oc.


my cpu needs more juice for 5


I'm assuming this is on a Ex4. My UEFI screen does not look like that...

Other news, UEFI version 1.60 is now availible for the Ex6 on the AsRock site.
post #132 of 1839
I have an EX6 and my screen looks like that or at least has all the same options. Maybe it's because I'm on 1.6?
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post #133 of 1839
its an extreme 6 screenshot

they look all the same since bios 1.42.
post #134 of 1839
Well, some minor success I finally got it into windows @ 4.8. Fixed VCore of 1.43, BSOD immediately with LLC 5 when starting IBT, with LLC 1 it throttles down to 4.3 in IBT. I'll try those Turbo Power Boost settings (if you don't mind me using them) and check back in a few minutes.
post #135 of 1839
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post #136 of 1839
long and short power duration limit settings are essential to avoid throttling.

apply up to 1.5 volts to get the 5..

..if your cooling is ok
post #137 of 1839
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I would buy mid range ASUS before even touching ASRock.
And you are a set in your ways which is pretty foolish. The P67 ASUS mobos have more issues than pretty much any other manufacturer right now. Just saying. Seriously read the forums in depth. The P67 ASUS boards are having voltage issues, not booting issues, uefi issues, terrible RMA issues, and a few other quirks here and there. I'm all for ASUS but currently they are ******* up. These 2 ASRock boards are pretty flawless right now. Not to mention the 3-4 year warranty depending on which country you live in.

**edit** Not to mention all the awesome reviews that talk about the quality of the components used.
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post #138 of 1839
indeed,

i dare to say that these both asrocks are the best p67`s out there-at least in this price range.

one more review (in german)

http://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.php...-extreme6.html
post #139 of 1839
Suffice to say the A70 is NOT up to doing 4.8 lol. 1.45v BSOD's on the 2nd ITB iteration...@ 1.48v I lost my nerve @ 84C in HWMonitor (88 in AsRock's tuning utility). I do, however, like how it ran @ 4.8, lol.

Those numbers in short duratio, long duration, and core current limit. Is there any reason to "tweak" them, or just pick an arbitrary amount (like you did) and go with it?

BRB, I'm going to do the intervals @ 4.8 GHz to see if I can at least get through ITB, 10 passes on hard.
post #140 of 1839
pity,

so you have the choice:

a:try to get a better cpu,and another and another...or:

b: invest in some adequate water cooling which allows you to give more juice

-i run my 2600 k since january 15th. at 5 ghz/1,54 v-crap chip,but 24/7 stable +prime-+ linx.

the duration limits ,as i mentioned,have to be changed,otherwise cpu throttles under load.

short 150 and long 180 is enough.
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