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The closest I can get is 1.85 think. I have to select from a list which makes this an even bigger pain in the ass.
 
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The closest I can get is 1.85 think. I have to select from a list which makes this an even bigger pain in the ass.
Hmm.. Well whats your CPU VTT at? Vcore and CPU VTT are the first things i adjust when overclocking.
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Before moving to bed I updated all my latest BIOS information... which is still unstable.
 
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Before moving to bed I updated all my latest BIOS information... which is still unstable.
Ahh okay leave CPU VTT where it is for now. The +200mv is like adding .2 to stock vtt. Im not forsure on what stock VTT is so don't mess with it anymore we need to figure out what it's actually at.

You said you didn't mess with ram speed's. This could be a huge thing! What is your ram speed's at right now? Also have you messed with ram timings? Set them to 9-9-9-24 and at their lowest speed's just until we figure out that your CPU is stable. Then after we get your CPU stable we can work on getting ram faster. We want to eliminate as many things as possible for a unstable OC so the first thing is RAM. Get them timings loose and speed's low. Also what is your DRAM voltage at?

Your CPU uncore should be 2x your ram speed. So let's say you have your ram running at 754 for example which would be 1508mhz. You then want to set your uncore 2x that so that would put you at 3016mhz for your uncore. I set my QPI to the lowest i could which is around stock.
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Good advice from Josh.

FYI - My stock CPU VTT is 1.195V.


Also, to prevent your computer from restarting upon a BSOD, go to…

- Control Panel -> System -> System protection -> “Advanced†tab in System Properties window -> Startup and Recovery -> Settings -> Under “System failureâ€, uncheck – “Automatically restartâ€

That should work. So, the next time you BSOD, note the error code that begins with “0x†(ex. 0x00000124).


To view BSOD error codes after the fact, you can…

- Browse through the “Event Viewer†under “Administrative Tools†in the Control Panel.

- Use BlueScreenView

- Use Debugging Tools for Windows found in the Windows SDK.


By the way, as a reference, my 24 hr Prime95 stable 4.0 BIOS settings are in my signature.
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I think I have finally reached stability! I decided to get up after reading joshs advice and bump up my ioh voltage. Result was that I have cleared 136 runs of IBT so far!

I'm going to mess around with my vcore a bit today, but I honestly don't mind where I settled. Thanks for all of the help and input!



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Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU         920  @ 2.67GHz
Clock Speed: 4.02 GHz
Active Physical Cores: 8
Total System Memory: 6135 MB

Stress Level: Maximum (4851 MB)
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Test Result: Stopped by user.
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Edited by stu. - 1/13/11 at 6:19am
 
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That's awesome man! Look's like you've found your stability now! Should be able to fold some -bigadvs on that forsure! Told ya bumping a little IOH would help

Pretty good for a 16 year old huh? Just watch for temps on your north bridge sink as well. Do you have a link to your exact board? Some of the older evga boards came with a large VTT sink and a NB with a fan built in.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813188039

That's my mobo.

All of my system temps seem to be quite similar to the ones in my original screen capture that I posted with this thread.



These are the temps that I will be using for my 24/7 folding rig. I'm quite comfortable with the CPU ones. Those max temps are from IBT and Prime 95, they haven't gone that high while folding yet.

Are there any other temps on there that I should be cautious of?
 
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Hmm vreg seem's to be pretty warm. Is that your VRM's? Try putting a fan on your VRM heatsink. Adding a fan to that heatsink should be pretty easy honestly and i would think it would drop temps tremendously. It's a large heat sink with pretty decent spacing so getting some air flowing through that should help a ton. You got any 80mm fan's or anything laying around?
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Nice job on the OC!!

I have the same board, and it's notorious for high VREG temps with its passive heatsink. The board's max VREG temp is just over 100C, but Jacob over at EVGA recommended that I try and keep it under 80C. I just added a small fan to provide airflow to the heatsink which dropped it's temp by 4C at load.
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i7-920 D0 @ 4.0 GHz (1.28V) ASUS P6X58D-E EVGA GTX 780 Classified (376.53) 3 x 4 GB G.Skill Ripjaws Z 1600 MHz (7-8-8-22) 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
Samsung 850 EVO 500 GB Samsung 840 PRO 256 GB Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB Sony AD-7240S DVD RW 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
Corsair H55 (GT AP-15 Pull + Shroud) Windows 10 Professional 64-bit ASUS PB278Q 27" LED 1440p ViewSonic VX2433wm 24" LCD 1080p 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Samsung LN46C630 46" LCD TV 1080p Logitech G510s EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G3  Cooler Master HAF 932 
MouseMouse PadAudio
Roccat Kone XTD (Laser) SteelSeries 4HD NVIDIA / Yamaha RX-V467 / SteelSeries Siberia v2 
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