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post #11 of 41
make sure your psu is plugged in all the way.

for overclocking put everything to default and then literally just up the core turbo multiplier and set the bclk to 100 manually. Then boot and run a stress test and see what happens. Then you have your voltage area. Go back set voltage manually if you like and start lowerin it a bit cuz offset mode sets it a tad higher than it should but not much at all.
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post #12 of 41
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Found the problem.. well problem was, i had power saving mode on thats kicks in 30 minutes. Computer goes to sleep. Set it to never and it works now for 3 and a half hour like a charm... such an amateur mistake. Otherwise i will do as you said. Anyway with this settings with 48 multi it doesnt want to boot.

In bios i have set cpu voltage on 1.365, why is it showing in both programs 1.376? is this safe voltage for 24/7? some says 1.52 is ok, some 1.4 is max, i honestly dont know..


Edited by Terra - 1/29/11 at 1:53pm
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post #13 of 41
ur gunna need 1.4+ for 4.8ghz most likely. the best way to see what voltages you need and save some strain on ur cpu is use offset mode boot. run stress for 5 secs check voltage then set to a tad below that boot and test for stability.
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post #14 of 41
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I will try, juts to see on what voltages would work. But otherwise for 24/7 i wont step over 1.38V, need to be sure maybe in 1/2 year, when there will be more reporting on which voltages sands died i am more than happy with 4.7Ghz Ty ckybam3

BTW on that earlier picture with bios, did i set it to safe tolerances? (cpu, LCC, VCCSA, PLL, VCCI0, CPU PLL, CPU C1E,...)
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Originally Posted by Terra View Post
I will try, juts to see on what voltages would work. But otherwise for 24/7 i wont step over 1.38V, need to be sure maybe in 1/2 year, when there will be more reporting on which voltages sands died i am more than happy with 4.7Ghz Ty ckybam3

BTW on that earlier picture with bios, did i set it to safe tolerances? (cpu, LCC, VCCSA, PLL, VCCI0, CPU PLL, CPU C1E,...)
if its not stock put it back to stock. only voltages to touch really is vcore and maybe maybe vccio (qpi). everything else leave auto
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post #16 of 41
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been testing it over and over again. Got it stable for 20+ hours. in early 21th hour it decided to show me error on one core... Furstration, and i thought i got it this time..

Core voltage in bios was set to 1.39v After i stopped prime it gone to specified voltage +few % higher

This were voltages during the test:



And after: (the ones set in bios)




Now i am testing it with same settings af before, except cpu voltage is set this time to 1.37v and 46x multiplyer



In windows these programs shows -0.01v lower than in bios which is set to 1.37v

Is that what you set in bios 100% accurate? (i mean does it got +- standart?) Or is it fixed voltage?

I used this bios guidline. All is set upon this rewiev:

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=265398

PLEASE advice/suggest anything
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post #17 of 41
vcore will fluctuate based on load, under higer load the vcore will tend to drop. How much it drops depends on how good your mobo VRM's are
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post #18 of 41
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by asus AI suite and CPU-Z readings it fluctuate up to - 0.018 when fully loaded. I am fine with that, although the cpuz and ai suite continues to read same voltage at idle 1.392, without stress test. And Core temp 0.95XXv. In this case Core temp is right, right?

In + voltages it never goes? like if i set it to 1.39 (althought it shows on my picture+0.002v at idle) it wont go pass 1.4 or so?
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post #19 of 41
update on bios;
"Update - Qualification testing is going well on the upcoming 1302 UEFI series.
1. Per Bug Core save problem is fixed
2. HD Performance is a bit better
3. New auto rules for power management is working well
4. USB performance is up
5. Memory tuning profiles and performance enhancements are working well
6. Greater memory compatibility (still fine tuning Elpida Hypers, which will be in the next update, these modules were designed with Bloomfield/Gulftown in mind and expected settings for those platforms in the SPDs do not mesh nicely with Sandy Bridge, especially the VTT requirements)
7. Auto Tuning is improved slightly
8. Improved Resume/Hibernate return times

Issues still Open on my end-
1. MS Wireless Receiver 3.1 and under appears to be causing drift problems in UEFI in certain setups, Wireless Receivers above 4.0 have no issues, checking older wireless mice and keyboards now (3 years or older)
2. Elpida Hyper 2000+ Kits, still fine tuning as mentioned above
3. Still waiting on updated PCH firmware and new RST driver set from Intel to address several minor bugs"
    
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post
update on bios;
"Update - Qualification testing is going well on the upcoming 1302 UEFI series.
1. Per Bug Core save problem is fixed
2. HD Performance is a bit better
3. New auto rules for power management is working well
4. USB performance is up
5. Memory tuning profiles and performance enhancements are working well
6. Greater memory compatibility (still fine tuning Elpida Hypers, which will be in the next update, these modules were designed with Bloomfield/Gulftown in mind and expected settings for those platforms in the SPDs do not mesh nicely with Sandy Bridge, especially the VTT requirements)
7. Auto Tuning is improved slightly
8. Improved Resume/Hibernate return times

Issues still Open on my end-
1. MS Wireless Receiver 3.1 and under appears to be causing drift problems in UEFI in certain setups, Wireless Receivers above 4.0 have no issues, checking older wireless mice and keyboards now (3 years or older)
2. Elpida Hyper 2000+ Kits, still fine tuning as mentioned above
3. Still waiting on updated PCH firmware and new RST driver set from Intel to address several minor bugs"
What? I take it that's a quote from some other web page?
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