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post #10261 of 10697
Allright. Here we go.

I got baseclock set to 10000 (this is in KHz so it's just 100.00).
Ratio set to x51.
Turbo, Enhanced Turbo and EIST are enabled.
Internal PLL Overvoltage, enabled.
Enhanced Turbo Ratio set to x51 on 1,2,3 and 4 cores.
All C States and such are Disabled since I have no Offset voltage anyway so it won't downvolt in Idle anyway.
XMP Disabled as my RAM's XMP is a 2000Mhz profile which SB doesn't support.
DRAM Frequency is set to 1866Mhz (Timings set to 7-8-7-24-1T)

That's basically the clock settings.

CPU Features / Power Settings.
All power limits set to 255W / 1024A.
All C States Disabled (Again).
All cores active, Virtualization and such disabled since I don't use it anyway.

Voltages:
CPU VCore: 1.4200v (Setting this above 1.440v results in the problems I have)
Low Vdroop: Enabled (Basically LLC. Has no levels. Gives a SUPER stable load / idle vcore with a max change of 0.008v going from load to idle Load vCore is 1.400v, idle 1.408v.)
DRAM Voltage: 1.6885v (Have to set it so high because it has HARD vdroop on the RAM. This gives 1.655v. ANY lower gives 1.62v orso.)
VCCIO Voltage: 1.09v.
VCCSA: Auto.
CPU PLL: 1.800v.
Then there's a whole bunch of DRAM Ref. settings and what not but they are all Auto.

So, anything obvious you see I forgot?
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post #10262 of 10697
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Hey, I got a quick question: I found a very good deal on the 2600k, so should I reset the CMOS before swapping the CPUs (2500k to 2600k), or can I just plug it in? I´ve got 4 different OC-profiles saved in the mobo-bios BTW.

Thx.

Anyone? Anyone who has swapped 2500k to 2600/2700k with the same mobo etc, did you reset the CMOS (is it recommended/must) or just plug it in and play?
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post #10263 of 10697
HI guys,
im trying to get some high clocks on my Core i5 2500k with P8z68-V/gen3 mobo and 2x(2x2Gb DDR3 Kingston HyperX genesis 1600Mhz 9,9,9,27).
Im able to get stable at 45x ratio with Vcore between 1.368-1.392V any lower doesnt pass Prime95 blend test with 90% memory tested.

The whole think is gonna be a little more flustrating,cuz im trying to get stable over more then 8weeks with no luck.

The think is,my CPU is gonna boot,post,load to windows even with 52x ration with rly high Vcore setting all auto,but that is just overkill.
But with 47x ratio,im able to boot,post,load into Windows and run prime about 30mins or so with Vcore set to 1,370,but its gonna BSOD 124 after few minutes,neither changing the PPL Voltage or VCCIO voltage didnt helped me get stable,i tested every single value,with every single combination PPL/VCCIO,nothing helped me get stable and my chip is stable only with 1.465Vcore at 4,7Ghz which I think is rly high for that clock.

So my question is,is that chip rly crap? All default all auto it takes 1.289Vcore on load with all default,so I guess it cant be that bad chip imo.
I tried to lower the VCCIO under 1V which worked perfectly fine even on 47x ration,but again with 1.465Vcore.

I tested 45-49x Ratio with PPL overvoltage enabled,my CPU got no problems with booting with PPL overvoltage disabled even on 5GHz.So i leave it disable forever now.

Tried any BCLK changes,my max stable BCLK is 104.5
Im starting to be kinda desperade,cuz i rly want at least 4,7GHZ with Vcore maxed at 1.424 or so,many guys are lower,some are much lower,so can u plz help me get the solution to the problem,i guess its not the CPU doing bad work,it must be something else.

If some1 will need to see any screens,say exactly what u need to see at certain circumstences and i will post asap.

Ty for any kind of help guys.
post #10264 of 10697
Its recommended (not always needed) to clear your CMOS on mobo,flash BIOS to the newest one and reinstall OS,after u switch CPU,MOBO,cuz there can be something u dont see,causing u some BSOD or problems,but i think,if your PC is running ok,u dont need to do it.
post #10265 of 10697
Hey all,

Been trying to OC my 2600k past few days to no luck.

Best "progress" I've made is that @ 4.5 I'm getting 124 after passing test 1 (Custom 1344) on all 8 workers.

Current settings

Vcore 1.375
BCLK 100
Turbo Ratio (All Cores) x45
PLL Overvolt Enabled
C1E Enabled
C3/C6 Auto
EIST Enabled
Ultra High LLC (75%)
Vcore PWM Mode: Extreme
PWM Freq :350
Phase Control: Extreme
Over current protection : 130%
VCCIO: Auto
CPU PLL: Auto

RAM set to factory specs 1.5v 9-10-9-27-2 (16GB 4x4GB)

As I said above, I pass the first test on all workers before getting 124. Increasing vcore gives me 124 immediately upon starting. Decreasing one notch lets me boot and start Prime95 but immediately 124. Going down 2 notches or more I freeze on the welcome screen.

I'm currently playing with VCCIO voltages -- About to test @ 1.12 --

Anything I might be missing/overlooking? Voltage hungry chip/dud?

Thing does 4.0 @ 1.265 with everything else on auto. Stock voltage is 1.25.

Any help/tips would be greatly appreciated. See sig rig for specs.

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post #10266 of 10697
Quote:
Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post

Allright. Here we go.

I got baseclock set to 10000 (this is in KHz so it's just 100.00).
Ratio set to x51.
Turbo, Enhanced Turbo and EIST are enabled.
Internal PLL Overvoltage, enabled.
Enhanced Turbo Ratio set to x51 on 1,2,3 and 4 cores.
All C States and such are Disabled since I have no Offset voltage anyway so it won't downvolt in Idle anyway.
XMP Disabled as my RAM's XMP is a 2000Mhz profile which SB doesn't support.
DRAM Frequency is set to 1866Mhz (Timings set to 7-8-7-24-1T)

That's basically the clock settings.

CPU Features / Power Settings.
All power limits set to 255W / 1024A.
All C States Disabled (Again).
All cores active, Virtualization and such disabled since I don't use it anyway.

Voltages:
CPU VCore: 1.4200v (Setting this above 1.440v results in the problems I have)
Low Vdroop: Enabled (Basically LLC. Has no levels. Gives a SUPER stable load / idle vcore with a max change of 0.008v going from load to idle Load vCore is 1.400v, idle 1.408v.)
DRAM Voltage: 1.6885v (Have to set it so high because it has HARD vdroop on the RAM. This gives 1.655v. ANY lower gives 1.62v orso.)
VCCIO Voltage: 1.09v.
VCCSA: Auto.
CPU PLL: 1.800v.
Then there's a whole bunch of DRAM Ref. settings and what not but they are all Auto.

So, anything obvious you see I forgot?

Again not 100% sure how the settings differ between our boards but what have you got set for your phase/duty control?

Also have you tried your clock with your RAM down clocked, just so you can keep the volts down to 1.5v (not that it should matter but may help!)
Quote:
Originally Posted by youpekkad View Post

Anyone? Anyone who has swapped 2500k to 2600/2700k with the same mobo etc, did you reset the CMOS (is it recommended/must) or just plug it in and play?

I've never swapped CPUs with my build but I would think its plug and play! However there's no harm in resetting the CMOS... Other than loosing all bios settings! As long as you've written everything down smile.gif
post #10267 of 10697
Quote:
Originally Posted by JetEnduro View Post

Hey all,

Been trying to OC my 2600k past few days to no luck.

Best "progress" I've made is that @ 4.5 I'm getting 124 after passing test 1 (Custom 1344) on all 8 workers.

Current settings

Vcore 1.375
BCLK 100
Turbo Ratio (All Cores) x45
PLL Overvolt Enabled
C1E Enabled
C3/C6 Auto
EIST Enabled
Ultra High LLC (75%)
Vcore PWM Mode: Extreme
PWM Freq :350
Phase Control: Extreme
Over current protection : 130%
VCCIO: Auto
CPU PLL: Auto

RAM set to factory specs 1.5v 9-10-9-27-2 (16GB 4x4GB)

As I said above, I pass the first test on all workers before getting 124. Increasing vcore gives me 124 immediately upon starting. Decreasing one notch lets me boot and start Prime95 but immediately 124. Going down 2 notches or more I freeze on the welcome screen.

I'm currently playing with VCCIO voltages -- About to test @ 1.12 --

Anything I might be missing/overlooking? Voltage hungry chip/dud?

Thing does 4.0 @ 1.265 with everything else on auto. Stock voltage is 1.25.

Any help/tips would be greatly appreciated. See sig rig for specs.

Thanks

Sorry for double post in advance am on my phone and things get a bit funny when I edit posts!

At a 4.5 clock you won't ever need PLL over voltage enabled, in fact it can cause instability (which I think it is in your case!) so disable it. For this clock you won't even need to set the VCCIO yet so would set that to auto too.

Once those are set try and lower your voltage again and work your way up from say 1.3v

Also I use to run custom 1344 and it was handy to begin with to find out quickly if a build was stable but found that the custom (90% RAM) runs, mentioned at the beginning of this thread to be a better indicator. Only say this because a build I thought was good using custom 1344 (& 1792) wasn't when running the other. It's whatever you are happiest with though! Let us know how you get on! smile.gif
post #10268 of 10697
Board doesn't have very advanced duty controls tbh. It has a ''Auto'' profile, which turns off phases if it doesn't need the power and such, and a ''Off'' profile which just puts everything on full power at any time.

I can go and search for a way to adjust the VRM frequency as that is a big factor in overclocking indeed. I used to LOVE ASUS boards due to having so much VRM parameters adjustable with the whole DIGI+ VRM's smile.gif

Might even end up selling this board cause I miss offset voltages and the VRM settings.. I originally kept it for use with SLI 670's but with my new golden 7970 I don't need CF and it won't fit with my modded Accelero anyway (Which is now 4.5 slots thick biggrin.gif)

I'll see if I can pick up some open box P8P67 Pro or better / P8Z68-V Pro or better. Local stores here have a huuuuuuge load of older S1155 open box / old stock boards. I bought like, 8 boards just to resell with a profit, and this one was the one to last one I have left. Still have a MSI P67A-GD65 I bought for €49.95 but it has the same issues as this Z68A-GD80.
Edited by Imprezzion - 5/14/13 at 2:22am
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post #10269 of 10697
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Board doesn't have very advanced duty controls tbh. It has a ''Auto'' profile, which turns off phases if it doesn't need the power and such, and a ''Off'' profile which just puts everything on full power at any time.

I can go and search for a way to adjust the VRM frequency as that is a big factor in overclocking indeed. I used to LOVE ASUS boards due to having so much VRM parameters adjustable with the whole DIGI+ VRM's smile.gif

Might even end up selling this board cause I miss offset voltages and the VRM settings.. I originally kept it for use with SLI 670's but with my new golden 7970 I don't need CF and it won't fit with my modded Accelero anyway (Which is now 4.5 slots thick biggrin.gif)

I'll see if I can pick up some open box P8P67 Pro or better / P8Z68-V Pro or better. Local stores here have a huuuuuuge load of older S1155 open box / old stock boards. I bought like, 8 boards just to resell with a profit, and this one was the one to last one I have left. Still have a MSI P67A-GD65 I bought for €49.95 but it has the same issues as this Z68A-GD80.

I definitely think a couple of those settings will help to stabilise the clock. The phase/duty control isn't that important at lower clocks but once you get into the higher ones can be vital. (not that I've even been that high on my clocks... since my CPU can't push that lol)
post #10270 of 10697
Wierd thing is, I was benchmarking for a bit on Fire Strike just now, and the board / CPU run fine on 5.3Ghz (52x102) with 1.512v. Can bench just fine on it.
But, Prime95 reboots the board in udner 5 seconds though..

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