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Should I increase the IOH voltage when I increase the PCI freq?
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post #52 of 70
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Well, I tried 103 PCI Frequ w/ 1.18v IOH; it was the same as "always" (just a reboot).
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Try this and see what you get.
Code:

Overclock Mode = Manual
BCLK Frequency = 200
PCIE Frequency = 100
Boot Failure Guard = Enabled
Spread Spectrum = Auto
CPU Ratio Setting = 20
Uncore Frequency = Auto
ASRock VDrop Control = Without VDrop
CPU Voltage = Overdrive Offset
Voltage Offset = + 0.21875v
IOH Voltage = Auto
VTT Voltage = 1.480v
ICH Voltage = Auto
IOH CSI Voltage = Auto
IOH/ICH PCIE Voltage = Auto
CPU PLL Voltage = 1.90v

CPU Ratio Setting = 20
Enhanced Halt State = Enabled
Intel Virtulization tech = Enabled
CPU Thermal Throttling = Enabled
No-Execute Memory Protection = Disabled
Intel HT Technology = Enabled
Active Processor Cores = All
A20M = Disabled
Intel SpeedStep tech = Enabled
Intel C-State tech = Disabled

Intelligent Energy Saver = Disabled
CIR10 Field 1 = Enabled
PCIE Max Payload Size = 128
Intel VT-d = Disabled
post #54 of 70
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Quote:
Originally Posted by KILLER_K;12632749 
Try this and see what you get.
Code:

Overclock Mode = Manual
BCLK Frequency = 200
PCIE Frequency = 100
Boot Failure Guard = Enabled
Spread Spectrum = Auto
CPU Ratio Setting = 20
Uncore Frequency = Auto
ASRock VDrop Control = Without VDrop
CPU Voltage = Overdrive Offset
Voltage Offset = + 0.21875v
IOH Voltage = Auto
VTT Voltage = 1.480v
ICH Voltage = Auto
IOH CSI Voltage = Auto
IOH/ICH PCIE Voltage = Auto
CPU PLL Voltage = 1.90v

CPU Ratio Setting = 20
Enhanced Halt State = Enabled
Intel Virtulization tech = Enabled
CPU Thermal Throttling = Enabled
No-Execute Memory Protection = Disabled
Intel HT Technology = Enabled
Active Processor Cores = All
A20M = Disabled
Intel SpeedStep tech = Enabled
Intel C-State tech = Disabled

Intelligent Energy Saver = Disabled
CIR10 Field 1 = Enabled
PCIE Max Payload Size = 128
Intel VT-d = Disabled

I'm worried about:
the high CPU PLL voltage, I've heard >1.86v is a NO GO
high VTT voltage: intel says 1.35v, but I'm ok with 1.41v, 1.48v however is just too much for my liking frown.gif
voltage offset: how does this work exactly? is it stock + (x)? If my stock is 1.2v (I think) then that would be 1.48v!!
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I've come to a weird conclusion: the higher the vCore, the faster it shuts down!
With 1.4v, it went down in under 10m. I was able to get about 12m w/ a lower vCore (1.3625v, I think).
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post #56 of 70
Well it was more or less a template for you to use. You can adjust/change what you feel like to get it fixed up. Good luck and have fun.
post #57 of 70
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After some more testing, I've found I can run 211 bclk (passed 2h Linx), but I still hit a wall at 3.9GHz:sad-smile! I've tried 191x21, 200x20 and 211x19, it's always the same: <1.35v I get BSODs. 1.35v<()<1.3875v freezes and >1.3875v it reboots with no BSOD (and I don't think it's because of temps, since I set max to 90C and it doesn't get over 87C anyways... plus it's not like it's climbing to it's max, sometimes it'll reboot 5m into Linx, at 86C say).
Edited by adriangb - 3/6/11 at 4:48pm
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post #58 of 70
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A mod came along and deleted my thread, and said I should post my restart issues here:
What I have gathered up to now:
-The PSU isn't overheating (I turned it the other way around, so that it could draw fresh air, and it still happened).
-The CPU isn't overheating: I've set max temps in OCCT and Linx, and it happens anyways.
-It isn't related to TPD: @4GHz w/ 1.375v vcore it's 140W, and at 3.8GHz with (unnecessary) 1.4v vcore 114W, and it happens in both scenarios (altho in this last one I did turn other voltages up to strain the PSU more, I will further investigate the whole TPD issue)
-It is related to voltages: taking into account the above test, what seems to be the change causing this is voltages.
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i will ask one more time. D0 or C0? also maybe you got a crappy cpu (if it is D0) and one more thing. VRM temps.
post #60 of 70
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Quote:
Originally Posted by prznar1;12670450 
i will ask one more time. D0 or C0? also maybe you got a crappy cpu (if it is D0) and one more thing. VRM temps.

D0 batch#3945A854.
What are VRM temps?
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