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post #11 of 13
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Wait do you mean my ambient inside my case or inside my room?! My room varies between 24-28C

Ok I want to take the training wheels off!! I think 200x18 @ 3.6Ghz is my next and FINAL target! that way I can have my memory set at 1600Mhz (8xSPD).

So! Can you please list the steps I should take to get there? Should I leave my Vcore set to "Normal" and my Dynamic Vcore to "+0.0125" like it is at the moment? And just fiddle with the QPI/VTT Voltage...



Thanks
post #12 of 13
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Ok huge update guys.

I have got to 3.8Ghz stable! This is how I did it:

1) Reach a stable BCLK of 200. This was done by reducing the multiplier to x9 and increasing the QPI/VTT voltage when needed, end result was 1.25V.

2) Increase the CPU Multiplier by 1 starting from 16. If stability tests fails increase the Dynamic Vcore by two increments.

I have reached 3.8Ghz @ 200x19 with the following voltages:

QPI/VTT = 1.25v
CPU Vcore = normal
Dynamic Vcore = +0.100v

My CPU Voltage under full load is 1.136v. My core temps after a few hours of LinX are 65, 63, 62 & 61. (Room temperature, hot @ 28C!)

Here is a 20 pass run with LinX


What do you guys think? I'm pretty happy with the results
Edited by Dward - 1/31/11 at 9:30pm
post #13 of 13
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Dam just had Prime fail on me:



I have bumped up the Dynamic Voltage two notches to +0.1125v.

...on to more testing!!
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