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as i stated, he bashes asus, ibt and p95. to be honest though, asus DID have a problem reporting lower voltages than actual when the p67/z68 boards were first released. i DID read about this. its the reason i originally bought an msi p67a-gd65

Never bashed any of that. I said they report voltage differently. This seems to be pretty well known. As for those utilities, I find one of no use, and the other slightly useful. Is it OK that I have different opinions than you? Or does that justify the personal attacks?
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PS Some folks are convinced that blck CAN NOT be changed. If you do, it will corrupt your hard drive & cause your kids diaper rash. Mine is @104.6 & it REALLY perks up performance. Some people have it over 105.0. My stability is fine & I'm still trying to figure out how the memory controller will corrupt the HD.

Good luck OCing.
increasing the bclk just caused my system to be unstable whenever I tried it.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/2743842



So far so good...c'mon baby you can do it!
grats mate!
I'd love to see my 2600k hit a 4.7 at that voltage smile.gif

Can i ask what settings you run in bios? or might you have screenshots anywhere
  
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increasing the bclk just caused my system to be unstable whenever I tried it.

You have a badass board. What multi & what vcore?
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You have a badass board. What multi & what vcore?
I was playing around with it at x45 and 1.32V. It took about three hours to BSOD with the standard BCLK and only about 10 minutes to BSOD when I increased the BCLK by less than 1MHz. I never bothered changing it after that. Same thing when I was playing around with it at x44.

Might have just been luck, but I'll stay on the safe side and not push the BCLK past 100.
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She got a little toasty in there for a bit overnight but made it just shy of 15hrs before I cut Prime95 before going to work this morning. Seemed to be around 72c average which I don't think is too shabby for 4.7 air cooled thumb.gif Hopefully I got everything right this time around for entry to the club.

@ Hulk - I'll have to dig around and see if I have a screenshot of my bios. Otherwise I'll just write it down and let you know. I haven't really tweaked all that much from the guide on the first post of the forum. I'm still pretty new to all of this so forgive me if I'm not clear on any questions you might have.
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She got a little toasty in there for a bit overnight but made it just shy of 15hrs before I cut Prime95 before going to work this morning. Seemed to be around 72c average which I don't think is too shabby for 4.7 air cooled thumb.gif Hopefully I got everything right this time around for entry to the club.

@ Hulk - I'll have to dig around and see if I have a screenshot of my bios. Otherwise I'll just write it down and let you know. I haven't really tweaked all that much from the guide on the first post of the forum. I'm still pretty new to all of this so forgive me if I'm not clear on any questions you might have.

Props to you man, nice results smile.gif Awesome voltage for a 4.7ghz overclock.
Great temps for air cooling as well, you should look into H20 smile.gif you'll love the temp drop!
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This is NOT for submission, maybe I'll do it in the future, I just have some questions.

30f66f245590375.jpg

I set vcore to 1.360 (with 1.350 i get 124 code) then after restart it shows 1.320 under bios (PC Healh Status) and in windows, the voltage on idle is somewhere 1.302-1.308 and on load, the voltage is 1.272 so my question is, the most important voltage is the voltage from load or the voltage from idle ? If I set the vcore at high number in Bios then the load voltage is lower under load so it's safe to have a big voltage on idle (let say 1.5v) and lower voltage on load (like 1.4v) ?

The only things I changed in Bios was to set default xmp on memory, set bclk to 100.2 so after reboot the bclk goes to 100.05-100.06 mhz, multi to 45, vcore to 1.360.

MB is gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 rev. 1.0 / F12 bios
Edited by GraveNoX - 3/26/13 at 8:12am
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This is NOT for submission, maybe I'll do it in the future, I just have some questions.

I set vcore to 1.360 (with 1.350 i get 124 code) then after restart it shows 1.320 under bios (PC Healh Status) and in windows, the voltage on idle is somewhere 1.302-1.308 and on load, the voltage is 1.272 so my question is, the most important voltage is the voltage from load or the voltage from idle ? If I set the vcore at high number in Bios then the load voltage is lower under load so it's safe to have a big voltage on idle (let say 1.5v) and lower voltage on load (like 1.4v) ?

The only things I changed in Bios was to set default xmp on memory, set bclk to 100.2 so after reboot the bclk goes to 100.05-100.06 mhz, multi to 45, vcore to 1.360.

MB is gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 rev. 1.0 / F12 bios

Welcome to the OCN forums.

Your voltage is dropping that much under load? Are you using LLC to compensate for Vdroop?

Actually both idle and load voltages are equally critical for stability, as you can BSOD in either state if there isn't sufficient Vcore to keep the CPU happy. I drop down to 0.992V at idle (offset mode), but it's still enough for an idle clock of 1.6GHz.

Edit: would also recommend a newer version of Prime95, v27.7 or higher, for the correct instruction set (AVX) for your CPU...
Edited by stahlhart - 3/26/13 at 9:11am
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This is NOT for submission, maybe I'll do it in the future, I just have some questions.

30f66f245590375.jpg

I set vcore to 1.360 (with 1.350 i get 124 code) then after restart it shows 1.320 under bios (PC Healh Status) and in windows, the voltage on idle is somewhere 1.302-1.308 and on load, the voltage is 1.272 so my question is, the most important voltage is the voltage from load or the voltage from idle ? If I set the vcore at high number in Bios then the load voltage is lower under load so it's safe to have a big voltage on idle (let say 1.5v) and lower voltage on load (like 1.4v) ?

The only things I changed in Bios was to set default xmp on memory, set bclk to 100.2 so after reboot the bclk goes to 100.05-100.06 mhz, multi to 45, vcore to 1.360.

MB is gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 rev. 1.0 / F12 bios
as stalhlart mentioned, both voltages are critical.

You have an option to raise your LLC or raise youre vcore, at your current voltage your CPU does not have enough to be stable, just try bumping +0.005 untill you can get stable. try to have your LLC not give you a rise in vcore, drops are ok
  
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