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hmm im at 4.8ghz 1.43v load , seems a bit high?

vcore is set to 1.38 in bios w/ LLC disabled
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all these lovely posts about this board is making me want to get the Biostar over the Asus Evo i was thinking of getting. lol
 
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all these lovely posts about this board is making me want to get the Biostar over the Asus Evo i was thinking of getting. lol
Easily the best value/performance P67 board available IMHO.
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hmm im at 4.8ghz 1.43v load , seems a bit high?

vcore is set to 1.38 in bios w/ LLC disabled
That's right about where I'm at to get prime blend to pass (1.428V load).

Small FFTs only takes 1.416V load.

What are your temps there? I'm at ~72C on hottest core when priming. Not sure if I have a good heatsink mount tho, core 0 is always 5-10c cooler than core 1.
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i'm hitting about 60c on the hottest core

what kind of voltage does it take you to reach 5ghz? im' having truoble booting into windows w/ 50x100 no matter what i try... it always bsods before desktop loads
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That's right about where I'm at to get prime blend to pass (1.428V load).

Small FFTs only takes 1.416V load.

What are your temps there? I'm at ~72C on hottest core when priming. Not sure if I have a good heatsink mount tho, core 0 is always 5-10c cooler than core 1.
Yeah it seems to be the norm with all SB owners. My core one is always a few degree's off from the others, Altho I just did a remount and added some washers to my mounting for a bit more pressure. Now my temps while folding an SMP client 60*C , 63*C , 63* C , 62* C MAX..

Same as you guys with the clocks. 4.8, I need 1.44 to keep it stable overnight folding.. I guess I just dont know how to overclock intel.. I've tried every setting
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i'm hitting about 60c on the hottest core

what kind of voltage does it take you to reach 5ghz? im' having truoble booting into windows w/ 50x100 no matter what i try... it always bsods before desktop loads
I had the same problem trying to get into windows with 5GHz. I solved it by switching from Vcore Offset & LoadLine enabled to Fixed Vcore and LoadLine disabled. It was bench stable at 1.43V in BIOS and 1.47 on load (I *think*, I don't remember exactly). Watch the video in post #2, I did everything he did except I left Power Features on Energy Efficient. Keep in mind in the video he's OC'ing a 2500K which will take less voltage.
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Yeah it seems to be the norm with all SB owners. My core one is always a few degree's off from the others, Altho I just did a remount and added some washers to my mounting for a bit more pressure. Now my temps while folding an SMP client 60*C , 63*C , 63* C , 62* C MAX..

Same as you guys with the clocks. 4.8, I need 1.44 to keep it stable overnight folding.. I guess I just dont know how to overclock intel.. I've tried every setting
I've been building up my OC with CPU PLL set at 1.70 (the lowest it will go). I also set VccSA and PCH to the default rather than AUTO (doesn't make much difference but I like to tell the board what to do )

Thanks for the idea on the washers, forgot about that trick.
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My i5 takes 1.5 ( load ) to stay bench stable at 5 ghz...
Again I don't know what the hell I'm doing wrong..
I tried the settings in that video. No dice..
Only way I can get into windows bench stable at 5 ghz is 1.44 vcore in bios Fixed, LLC off
C1E disabled, PLL override Enabled. PLL 1.75 ( tried 1.7, all the way up to 1.87, not much diff in stability )....

4.9 ghz doesn't seem to be stable. Haven t really gave it too much effort tho. I want an even number, its gonna be 4.8 or 5 ghz....
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Yeah it seems to be the norm with all SB owners. My core one is always a few degree's off from the others, Altho I just did a remount and added some washers to my mounting for a bit more pressure. Now my temps while folding an SMP client 60*C , 63*C , 63* C , 62* C MAX..

Same as you guys with the clocks. 4.8, I need 1.44 to keep it stable overnight folding.. I guess I just dont know how to overclock intel.. I've tried every setting
SB has spoiled everyone eh? What it basically did was allow for a 100% OC at 4.0GHz+ without the need for water...
Anyways, my cores are the same way, one or two are at times off by 5 degrees, but this is normal as many have reported this too. 4.8 @ 1.44 is absolutely fine with those temperatures man! You should be happy

For many people reporting OCs in the 4.5+ range at questionably low voltages, they have yet to achieve 100% stability and I am 110% sure about that... It seems to be a dick waving contest at this point with only claims and screenshots that don't really prove anything. I want my computer to run reliably, not to have a BSOD while playing music and working on an excel document In the end it is up to you to determine what is the most stable and to only acknowledge 'REAL WORLD RESULTS" because booting into Windows and running an instance of SuperPI at 5ghz isn't hard on SB.
    
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