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All settings are now @ 4.0GHz for 1.275V
Gonna test with IBT now.

I'm going to assume I'm gonna start getting temps ~70C. Is that considered safe for 100% load?
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post #12 of 17
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What kind of cooler do you have? I have the CNPS10X Extreme. Although it's not an uber cooler like the D14, it fits my purposes.

Also: Is it more stable to have a higher QPI link speed or a lower one?

Thanks, Kairi. You'll be getting a crapload of rep for this if it's possible.
Edited by Swift Castiel - 1/16/11 at 11:35pm
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post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by Swift Castiel;12039798 
All settings are now @ 4.0GHz for 1.275V
Gonna test with IBT now.

I'm going to assume I'm gonna start getting temps ~70C. Is that considered safe for 100% load?

well some how that ain't safe..try to trim your temps down around 60'ish
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What kind of cooler do you have? I have the CNPS10X Extreme. Although it's not an uber cooler like the D14, it fits my purposes.

Also: Is it more stable to have a higher QPI link speed or a lower one?

Thanks, Kairi. You'll be getting a crapload of rep for this if it's possible.

well its a nice cooler you have..am using Thermalright TRUE 120 push pull with Delta's..and using Chill Factor 2 paste..i get 60c on mine at 4ghz..

Higher QPI's do give some boost for the price of instablity..try to lower it or make it equal to your Uncore/NB frequency..if it fudges up..add more to your ICH voltage make it 1.125v..its still on the safe range..

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I keep getting the same darn error. 0x00000124.
I read somewhere that it was a VCore problem, but I'm sort of doubtful of that at the moment. I up'd the VTT to 1.29, and I'm hoping that will let it stabilise.
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Originally Posted by Swift Castiel;12040021 
I keep getting the same darn error. 0x00000124.
I read somewhere that it was a VCore problem, but I'm sort of doubtful of that at the moment. I up'd the VTT to 1.29, and I'm hoping that will let it stabilise.

error 124 means you lack VTT voltage..also sometimes you have to put up another notch on vcore as well..
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Originally Posted by kairi_zeroblade;12040038 
error 124 means you lack VTT voltage..also sometimes you have to put up another notch on vcore as well..

I decided to hold back on the voltages for a bit, and changed the multi to 21 and BCLK to 191.

So far, it seems marginally more stable.
According to CoreTemp during Prime, all my temps are in the 60's which is much more relieving. Do you think IBT burns too hard? Anyway, so far it's looking good. CPU-Z reports my Core Voltage as 1.264 on 100% load, so that seems alright.

Anyway, thanks for all your help. I'll continue updating as I see fit.

Thanks a tonne, mate!
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Originally Posted by Swift Castiel;12040077 
I decided to hold back on the voltages for a bit, and changed the multi to 21 and BCLK to 191.

So far, it seems marginally more stable.
According to CoreTemp during Prime, all my temps are in the 60's which is much more relieving. Do you think IBT burns too hard? Anyway, so far it's looking good. CPU-Z reports my Core Voltage as 1.264 on 100% load, so that seems alright.

Anyway, thanks for all your help. I'll continue updating as I see fit.

Thanks a tonne, mate!

thats a safe range..IBT and Linx are almost stressing the CPU in the same way using Linpack..did you enabled LLC?? 200 Bclock does really need more VTT and somehow you need to decrease your QPI for that normally its 3600mhz of QPI well you can reduce it to 3200mhz on QPI..also try lowering your CPU PLL once you get the hang on stability..some chips perform better when CPU PLL is lower than usual(1.8v) so try 1.72v or values in between..

edit:well error 124 usually means ITS EITHER YOU LACK or YOU PUT TOO MUCH VTT voltage..
Edited by kairi_zeroblade - 1/17/11 at 12:17am
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