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24 hours!

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24 hours!

Congratz man that wasn't too hard was it? Hahahahaha......
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Congratz man that wasn't too hard was it? Hahahahaha......

Thanks! I'm definitely taking notes this time around incase I get the urge to break it all again! Haha now to tweak it... Though the rooms spinning right now so may wait till I'm sober frown.gif

Edit: do those temps look ok?!
Edited by Durden - 5/3/13 at 1:09am
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Thanks! I'm definitely taking notes this time around incase I get the urge to break it all again! Haha now to tweak it... Though the rooms spinning right now so may wait till I'm sober frown.gif

Edit: do those temps look ok?!

Yeah temp's fine. You still have plenty of head room in temps.
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Yeah temp's fine. You still have plenty of head room in temps.

What would be safe you reckon? Most people say to keep them bellow 70C I don't think during normal usage I'd even get near there but I don't want to brick it during tests smile.gif
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What would be safe you reckon? Most people say to keep them bellow 70C I don't think during normal usage I'd even get near there but I don't want to brick it during tests smile.gif

Yes I would say below 70c. I doubt your chip will ever reach the same temp as you do in tests so if your test temp stays below 70c then you're good.
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Yes I would say below 70c. I doubt your chip will ever reach the same temp as you do in tests so if your test temp stays below 70c then you're good.

Thank you again for all the help. I think I may give it a few days before I tweek the overclock again... until this hangover is over properly haha
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I'm having the hardest time to get my system stable... even at speeds as low as 4,5 frown.gif Read a bunch of guides... started over many times with different approaches... nothing helped. I'm getting a bit desperate.

At 4.5 I seem to be stranding, since it's now on a manual 1.385 vcore in the BIOS and Prime95 still seem to be stranding at 30 minutes. I tried upping the Multi-Step Load-Line to level 5, which seems to help, but my voltage in CPU-Z is through the roof. I don't want to pass 1.400. I don't see any point in trying higher vcore from this point.

Some settings:

Internal CPU PPL Overvoltage: Enabled
Turbo boost: Disabled
CPU cores enabled: All
CPU Multi-threading: Enabled
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E): Disabled
C3/C6 State Support: Disabled
CPU Thermal monitor: Disabled
CPU EIST Function: Disabled
Bi-Directional PROCHOT: Disabled

All other voltages on Auto. I've read the guides about VCCIO and VCCSA, but I don't understand these things. Perhaps they can help... but I'm going to need some advice on this.

Something is up. My temps are great... I'm rarely going higher than 75, so there's room there. I refuse to believe that I have to set my manual vcore higher than 1.385 to reach 4.5.. but maybe I just have a weak chip. Can you guys give me some tips on where to look?


Almost forgot to mention... I'm on a 2600k, P67A-UD4-B3. Cooler is a Noctua NH-U14S.
Edited by yinx - 5/4/13 at 8:51am
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I'm having the hardest time to get my system stable... even at speeds as low as 4,5 frown.gif Read a bunch of guides... started over many times with different approaches... nothing helped. I'm getting a bit desperate.

At 4.5 I seem to be stranding, since it's now on a manual 1.385 vcore in the BIOS and Prime95 still seem to be stranding at 30 minutes. I tried upping the Multi-Step Load-Line to level 5, which seems to help, but my voltage in CPU-Z is through the roof. I don't want to pass 1.400. I don't see any point in trying higher vcore from this point.

Some settings:

Internal CPU PPL Overvoltage: Enabled
Turbo boost: Disabled
CPU cores enabled: All
CPU Multi-threading: Enabled
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E): Disabled
C3/C6 State Support: Disabled
CPU Thermal monitor: Disabled
CPU EIST Function: Disabled
Bi-Directional PROCHOT: Disabled

All other voltages on Auto. I've read the guides about VCCIO and VCCSA, but I don't understand these things. Perhaps they can help... but I'm going to need some advice on this.

Something is up. My temps are great... I'm rarely going higher than 75, so there's room there. I refuse to believe that I have to set my manual vcore higher than 1.385 to reach 4.5.. but maybe I just have a weak chip. Can you guys give me some tips on where to look?


Almost forgot to mention... I'm on a 2600k, P67A-UD4-B3. Cooler is a Noctua NH-U14S.
Few Q's: to start

Is this a new build? If so have you stability tested your whole rig at stock levels? And by that I mean have you tested your RAM with mem test and performed prime95 at stock levels?

If I were you I'd stick everything back to stock. If you read back a few pages ago I posted a template on what setting I recently changed and for 4.5 clock you really won't need to change many settings.

I would disable PLL over voltage incase you are looking to go higher than 4.5. Enable CE1 as that won't affect clocks and set C3/C6 to auto. Set your LLC to high or ultra high (3rd/2nd from highest!) you shouldn't need to set duty/phase control to extreme but it helped me. Set you RAM to stock (manually putting your times in and voltage too) then set a lower clock (4.4) and start from 1.20vcore and work your way up till you pass prime95 for say 12hours. While doing this I found it helped taking notes of what VCore I set in bios, what VCore was showing at idle and what VCore was showing under load! This will help you work out your vdroop later!

I've also read some chips have a wall they hit when it comes to around 4.5aybe try a higher clock with the same voltages!

(Apologies for formatting replying from my phone!)
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Few Q's: to start

Is this a new build? If so have you stability tested your whole rig at stock levels? And by that I mean have you tested your RAM with mem test and performed prime95 at stock levels?

If I were you I'd stick everything back to stock. If you read back a few pages ago I posted a template on what setting I recently changed and for 4.5 clock you really won't need to change many settings.

I would disable PLL over voltage incase you are looking to go higher than 4.5. Enable CE1 as that won't affect clocks and set C3/C6 to auto. Set your LLC to high or ultra high (3rd/2nd from highest!) you shouldn't need to set duty/phase control to extreme but it helped me. Set you RAM to stock (manually putting your times in and voltage too) then set a lower clock (4.4) and start from 1.20vcore and work your way up till you pass prime95 for say 12hours. While doing this I found it helped taking notes of what VCore I set in bios, what VCore was showing at idle and what VCore was showing under load! This will help you work out your vdroop later!

I've also read some chips have a wall they hit when it comes to around 4.5aybe try a higher clock with the same voltages!

(Apologies for formatting replying from my phone!)

First of all, thanks for your reply!

It's not a new build. I've been running it for +2 years on stock settings until I recently felt the urge to OC, just 'cause I can! I didn't test it with prime95. If I keep running into trouble with your pointers, I'm going to do that. But considering it's been running great as a gaming rig for all this time I'd like to think there's no issue there.

I'm gonna use your template and pointers... I'll report back later!
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