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4.5Ghz

My temps are not too bad idling around 45C.

What temps do you get on IBT maximum memory 10 runs.
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looks like he got 4.5ghz nice!
    
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I can get you 4.3 Ghz stable. All I need is what memoryyou have, rated timing and MHz. And what batch 980x you have.
Corsair Dominator GT 6GB Triple Channel DDR3

8-8-8-24
DDR3 2000 (PC 16000)
CMG6GX3M3A2000C8

Not sure about the batch but its a B1 if that helps.
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What temps do you get on IBT maximum memory 10 runs.
Haven't tried. I will over the weekend. Been busy with work.
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post #15 of 23
You can simply raise your cpu multi to 30 to get 4GHz.

I tend not to use IBT or LinX for stressing the Gulftowns as they don't seem to stress them much. I get higher temps with Prime95.

To get the best out of the memory though i would use a higher BCLK. I use 200 BCLK with a 10 memory Multi to give 2000MHz. This give 29GB/s bandwidth. You do need higher QPI/Vtt voltage though to achieve this (I use 1.42V)

You could try 166 BCLK with a 12x memory multi and 24x CPU Multi, this will give you nearly 4Ghz core and 2000MHz memory.
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I have a vaguely similar system to yourself, and am looking to improve my speed as well. I made a spreadsheet that can help picking combinations here (you will probably want to change the memory timing targets, since I only have DDR3-1600 RAM).

And although it's my first OC build, the spreadsheet of attempts I made (and the result, along with little speed vs. stability charts) is attached to this post. Keep in mind they were my first attempts at OC'ing (and thus are a very long way from "gospel"!!)... the biggest thing I learnt was "to achieve stability, don't hack around with random settings, do everything step by step".

I am also looking to get past where I am (4.14GHz) with stable settings. In my limited experience so far, I found LinX gave me higher temperatures and more crashes than Prime95 or IBT. But maybe the "weakest link" in my system is different to the "weakest link" for others (and thus different stress-testing software will produce different results).
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You can simply raise your cpu multi to 30 to get 4GHz.

I tend not to use IBT or LinX for stressing the Gulftowns as they don't seem to stress them much. I get higher temps with Prime95.

To get the best out of the memory though i would use a higher BCLK. I use 200 BCLK with a 10 memory Multi to give 2000MHz. This give 29GB/s bandwidth. You do need higher QPI/Vtt voltage though to achieve this (I use 1.42V)

You could try 166 BCLK with a 12x memory multi and 24x CPU Multi, this will give you nearly 4Ghz core and 2000MHz memory.
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I have a vaguely similar system to yourself, and am looking to improve my speed as well. I made a spreadsheet that can help picking combinations here (you will probably want to change the memory timing targets, since I only have DDR3-1600 RAM).

And although it's my first OC build, the spreadsheet of attempts I made (and the result, along with little speed vs. stability charts) is attached to this post. Keep in mind they were my first attempts at OC'ing (and thus are a very long way from "gospel"!!)... the biggest thing I learnt was "to achieve stability, don't hack around with random settings, do everything step by step".

I am also looking to get past where I am (4.14GHz) with stable settings. In my limited experience so far, I found LinX gave me higher temperatures and more crashes than Prime95 or IBT. But maybe the "weakest link" in my system is different to the "weakest link" for others (and thus different stress-testing software will produce different results).
Thanks for the posts you guys! Appreciate this. I have to get to work, but I'll report back after.
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I just got my watercooling installed and now I am planing on getting my 980x OC. What's a good info site? Is there any screen shots with custom settings for the P6X58D bios? I am new to OCing so I am not too familiar with what exactly needs to be changed...
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Miahallen's Guide to Overclocking is what I used. But in a nutshell it says "be disciplined and don't just randomly change settings". I tried random settings in impatience & got no-where fast. I then did it the disciplined way and have been at 4.14GHz stable with all 12 cores & HT on ever since (24x7 on).

My previous post in this thread has links to my spreadsheet of attempts & a little calculator sheet that may help picking your target. Good luck!
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Is it OK if I got the voltage on "auto"? Got it at 4.3Ghz (134X32)
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