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post #421 of 1839
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does the problem also occur while running safe or vga mode?

if not,it must be a driver related prob

you may try a nvidia driver install without the hd audio part.
I installed just the driver and unchecked the other options and checked "Clean install" as well.

Right now, so far I'm having no problems since I moved the GPU around a bit and reseated. (Did this in the morning)
post #422 of 1839
Sorry to bother you ppl again, but I can't start adjusting manual voltages if I don't know what I'm doing.

Let's start with 4.6Ghz, so if I put that multiplier to 46 and want voltages which changes with processor's load(like it is in standard).

So, do I put some value to "offset" and if, what value?(what is that is "offset" and is there some "standard voltage" what I should know?).

I want keep speedstep etc all on, just like I had them with my earlier set(Q6600@3.4, Abit mb).

What I need is some voltage value to start, before that I'm clueless where direction to go.

Yeah, I know I'm stupid, it's kinda Finnish thing...
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post #423 of 1839
better start with fixed v core voltage+LLC2

(try 1,35 v for 4,5 ghz)

this should give you an idea of the needed voltage .

later on,if stable,you may figure out an offset setting

for example LLC3/offset +0,08v..whatever

looks like youre using same mobo,cpu and ram,so you may try my 24/7-5ghz setting later on:






Edited by clock12 - 4/30/11 at 7:29pm
post #424 of 1839
hey fellas,

i am looking at buying a Asrock Extreme6 ... after having a read on this thread i have noticed there are a few bugs (as with every mobo i guess) but just wondering what the concensus is on the whole thing, should i go for it or what for something a lil more stable ??
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post #425 of 1839
Go Extreme 4 if you don't need the extra doodads. It is cheaper, has a more mature bios, and will OC the same.

I recently tried the 1.52 bios and it decided it doesn't like anything above 45 multi. Going to flash back to 1.60 after this -bigadv WU is done.
post #426 of 1839
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post #427 of 1839
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hey fellas,

i am looking at buying a Asrock Extreme6 ... after having a read on this thread i have noticed there are a few bugs (as with every mobo i guess) but just wondering what the concensus is on the whole thing, should i go for it or what for something a lil more stable ??
Yer gonna want to go with Extreme4 like the guy above said, and put the saved $$ into an SSD, or if you have that planned, then into improving other aspects of ur comp. I just finished my new rig, and the biggest mistake I made was investing money into good quality products all around EXCEPT going with an SSD. As a result, the Western Digital Caviar has been a serious performance bottleneck on my PC. Benchmarking has been embarrassing
But yeah, as far as I can tell, ASRock and Asus are the best P67 boards available. For the most part, there is not much of a difference between the two, but I do believe that SandyBridge is a bit more comfy on the Asus boards, though not by much. If cost is not an issue, look into the Maximus IV, if you wanna get the best cost-performance board, ASRock is your product. I've seen insane speeds on both models, and frankly gigabyte has disappointed me. ECS is the only other real contender for the P67's IMO.

Sorry, I didn't mean to launch into a motherboard brand debate... I really love my Extreme4 a lot, and ASRock is really starting to emerge as a very strong company.
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post #428 of 1839
for those guys who are looking for prime stable setup and do not want to waste hours to see results-as we know endless priming at certain levels and v core above~1.48 v will degrade sandybridge cpu`s rather quickly-

this 17 minutes custom run gives a good impression about stability:


prime 26.6





it pulled me back to the ground;instead of 1.48 v while running prime blend,i need 1.5 v to get this stable.
post #429 of 1839
It really depends on what you mean by "degrade". I think most of us only intend to run our CPUs for 2-3yrs anyways, so it really doesn't matter that much.

I'm @ 4.6GHz/1.37v, and want to go higher so I'm thinking maybe 4.8GHz might be my maximum stable speed at a reasonable voltage. I would even go 5GHz if I thought I wouldn't burn out my 2600k in a few months. Right now nobody really knows how high you can go with a 2600k long-term.
post #430 of 1839
I think it also depends on what you do with your CPU. If you just game you can probably get away with slightly higher voltages than someone who renders/folds where a full load is applied for a much longer duration.
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