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Hey guys I finally have a "I think" stable 4.5Ghz oc. IBT 20 passes


Info:
Vcore 1.305v bios, idle 1.320v-1.336v, IBT Load 1.272v-1.288v Avg 1.280v
HT ON, PLL Auto, LLC High, VCCIO 1.0815, Phase Control Optimized.
EIST ON, C1E, C3, C6 ON.
RAM 1866mhz 1.5v X.M.P

Here are my questions. Please help.
1. Cpu-z 1.56 shows Vcore 1.328v idle. Is this the real voltage cpu using when idle? Is it safe 24/7?
2. The multiplier drop to x16 (1.6GHz), any way to make vcore drop with the multiplier?
3. What other stress test should I do other than P95?

Will edit if I have more questions.

Thank you in advance.

Updates:
Changed LLC from High to Ultra high.
Reduce Bios Vcore from 1.305v to 1.290v
Vcore: Load 1.296v. Idle 1.312v-1.320v
No temp improvement.
IBT 20 passes standard passed. (Gonna do 20 passes High.)

Updates 2:
Same setting, IBT 25runs High 8 threads passed.
Temp increases 2c on 8 threads. Max core temps 60,65,66,64. All case fans on low. Room temp 75F.

Edited by Silver_WRX02 - 1/16/11 at 6:09pm
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post #2 of 5
Looks good to me, that's some fast ram you have.

1. I think anything under 1.35V is safe IMO.
2. I don't believe so unless you set it on auto, which I wouldn't recommend since it might jump too high when there's a load.
3. Try playing some CPU intensive games to see if it crashes.
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Originally Posted by TheDream View Post
Looks good to me, that's some fast ram you have.

1. I think anything under 1.35V is safe IMO.
2. I don't believe so unless you set it on auto, which I wouldn't recommend since it might jump too high when there's a load.
3. Try playing some CPU intensive games to see if it crashes.
I'm thinking to increase LLC from High to Ultra High and Lower Vcore to see if system crashes during IBT, so the idle Vcore is lower. Is it ok/safe to use Ultra High LLC?
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Thats not stable, its a start.

Set stress level to high.

8 Threads.

Then do 20/25 runs if that comes back stable then your good to go!
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Thats not stable, its a start.

Set stress level to high.

8 Threads.

Then do 20/25 runs if that comes back stable then your good to go!
Updated. 25 runs, stress level high, 8 Threads passed.
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