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@ RushFudge: Hm. From what I understand there a couple reasons atleest for the vcore doing that. What exactly are your bios settings? tongue.gif
Mind posting some pics in a spoiler box? First thing I think of is the computer getting to hot and some setting is lowering vcore for lower temps.
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C1e c3 c6 is on auto(stock). :") does those affect the volts? because the phase and the duty control is at extreme settings.

Update with Screenshots:
1st test earlier this morning LLC is on Ultra High and Offset is in a negative 0.020 or 0.025 i think, if i remember correctly I got a 0x124 after 6 hrs? during that test my PLL is auto and vccio is 1.1 because yesterday i got a 0x50 bsod.
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Gonna test later or tomorrow.
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C1e c3 c6 is on auto(stock). :") does those affect the volts? because the phase and the duty control is at extreme settings.

 

Only C1E will affect it. Phase and Duty Control don't affect it either.

 

Speaking of Phase and Duty Control, they don't need to be set to Extreme until you begin shooting for like 4.9+ GHz.

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Optimized and T. Probe? T. Probe balances the current based on thermal temps right? It just decides at what vrm(is that phase something) to get power right? So the Cpu gets more power from a cooler phase (vrm?), extreme setting, gets power from all of them right?

Update:


Internal Cpu PLL Overvoltage : Disabled(weird, yesterday I can go past Windows loading with it disabled, early this morning its the opposite, now I disabled it again, now I can go past it again.)

Phase Control : Optimized
Duty Control : T. Probe
C1E : Enabled(from Auto)

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Optimized and T. Probe? T. Probe balances the current based on thermal power right? It just decides at what vrm(is that phase something) to get power right? So the Cpu gets more power from a cooler phase (vrm?), extreme setting, gets power from all of them right?

 

I'm not sure exactly how to explain it, but T. Probe is a thermal balance and Extreme is a current balance. My 2500K is at 4.7 GHz using Optimized for Phase Control and T. Probe for Duty Control and it's working flawlessly.

 

Here's an excerpt from the thread Juan Jose at ASUS created to help everyone overclock their Sandy Bridge CPUs on the P8P67 motherboards:

 

Quote:
Phase Control change to extreme – this value will allow for scaling to 50+ multi without issues
Duty Control change to extreme - this value will for scaling to 50+ multi without issues.

 

Source: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110

 

Although, I don't know if there's really anything wrong with using Extreme for both. I guess I just feel better with Optimized and T. Probe since my overclock isn't very big (well, I don't think it is). I am trusting that Optimized results in the motherboard only using the phases needed instead of always using all of them, and T. Probe is nice because it keeps a thermal balance among them. I am assuming that if I were shooting for 4.8+ GHz (or maybe 5.0+ GHz), then I'd want the full phase array working 24/7 and I'd want to balance the current evenly among them. So, I'd use Extreme for both Phase Control and Duty Control.

 

This is my current understanding. I don't know if it's correct.

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I will do Prime Custom blend with 6500/8192 RAM used later.
Surfing the net and posting/chatting here is much more entertaining rather than watching Realtemp's timer go up as seconds pass by.
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I will do Prime Custom blend with 6500/8192 RAM used later.
Surfing the net and posting/chatting here is much more entertaining rather than watching Realtemp's timer go up as seconds pass by.

 

Then only run stability tests when you know you won't be using your computer.

 

For example: let's say that you have to be somewhere at 8am and you won't be home until 5pm. Let's say that in preparation for a day like this, you go to bed at 10pm so that you can be up at 6am. So then you'd do this:

 

  1. Start the test at about 9:30pm so that you have time to periodically check the temperatures before going to bed
  2. Go to bed at 10pm
  3. Wake up at 6am
  4. Get ready
  5. Leave at 7:30am or whatever the case may be
  6. Come home at 5pm
  7. Stop the test

 

By the time you stop the test at 5pm, 19 hours will have passed! ;)

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Then only run stability tests when you know you won't be using your computer.

For example: let's say that you have to be somewhere at 8am and you won't be home until 5pm. Let's say that in preparation for a day like this, you go to bed at 10pm so that you can be up at 6am. So then you'd do this:
  1. Start the test at about 9:30pm so that you have time to periodically check the temperatures before going to bed
  2. Go to bed at 10pm
  3. Wake up at 6am
  4. Get ready
  5. Leave at 7:30am or whatever the case may be
  6. Come home at 5pm
  7. Stop the test

By the time you stop the test at 5pm, 19 hours will have passed! wink.gif

Ha-ha nice guide~!
Too bad, school year already ended so its vacation time now! No money and no where to go.
I'll just have to leave it overnight then.
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Ha-ha nice guide~!
Too bad, school year already ended so its vacation time now! No money and no where to go.
I'll just have to leave it overnight then.

 

Oh, that's rough. Then you need to go out and play during the day. hehe :) If anyone asks why you're out having fun, then you could be like "I'm testing the stability of my computer. I am in the process of overclocking it!" :)

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Oh, that's rough. Then you need to go out and play during the day. hehe smile.gif If anyone asks why you're out having fun, then you could be like "I'm testing the stability of my computer. I am in the process of overclocking it!" smile.gif

yeah lets go offtopic just a bit haha,
yeah i need to ride my bicycle! my waistline is getting bigger now! haha,
and my BP is like my temps during stress tests. its so high!
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