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As i stated to Durden,i dont need the ppl Overvoltage,once i got to 1.425V in BIOS for 4,7Ghz its stable,it doesnt rly matter,what i set on other options,its just stable for how long i want.
As i said in prev Quote to durden, No matter the C states its ok even if I disable all or leave it auto or Enabled,no impact on stability.I got EIST function Enabled all the time.
I can set CPU Ratio on 50x and all auto will boot and hold about 20mins 90% blend test vith 1.544Vcore,but it goes BSOD 124 or 101.Most likely i got the BSOD 124.
My cooler is Corsair H100,push-pull config,dont know why,my temperatures are so high compared to others using this cooler,maybe its because the H100 is placed down at the bottom of case (NZXT Phantom) and my pipes goes around the CF 7870.

U guys think that because im running CF 7870 and using all 4DIMMS slots can cause that higher voltages needed and temperatures spikes?

If u need any screens,let me now,i rly dont understand,how can this chip boot at 1.360Vcore at 4,7Ghz,but not beeing able to at least 101BSOD at this voltage,but if im starting to get this 101BSOD (voltage on core) i need to push it so high that i get stability at 1,425BIOS(1,440Vcore CPU-Z) or even more.

For my 4,8GHZ i need Vcore about 1.472-1.504 tested this scales and all working ok.
I just think,my chip is rly bad.

I can't really say much other that what I've read since my highest ever clock I've been able to get is 4.6 with my chip. PLL Overvoltage just means that you wont have to pump through a higher vCore to gain stability. I'm sure you can try and clock all the way to 5.0 with it disabled but you'll need to push through way more vCore to gain stability. I do however agree with the notion that C States wont factor into stability of your system under load.

I just think your processor will only go so much and its finding how far you can push it without degrading it. My only concern for you would be that your temps for water cooling (& even air cooling!!) are way to high. I'm surprised at those temps its not downclocked. I'm not watercooling expert so would definitively seek someones knowledge on if the pipes going around your CF 7870s add to the heat or not. If I had to go out on a limb and guess I wouldn't think its a good idea since the heat off your graphics cards will no doubt heat the system up. Then again if you live in a hot country 90C may well be good without knowing your room temp!
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I can't really say much other that what I've read since my highest ever clock I've been able to get is 4.6 with my chip. PLL Overvoltage just means that you wont have to pump through a higher vCore to gain stability. I'm sure you can try and clock all the way to 5.0 with it disabled but you'll need to push through way more vCore to gain stability. I do however agree with the notion that C States wont factor into stability of your system under load.

I just think your processor will only go so much and its finding how far you can push it without degrading it. My only concern for you would be that your temps for water cooling (& even air cooling!!) are way to high. I'm surprised at those temps its not downclocked. I'm not watercooling expert so would definitively seek someones knowledge on if the pipes going around your CF 7870s add to the heat or not. If I had to go out on a limb and guess I wouldn't think its a good idea since the heat off your graphics cards will no doubt heat the system up. Then again if you live in a hot country 90C may well be good without knowing your room temp!

My chip is gonna throttle only if I exceed the temps above the 97°C under this value,its not downclocking itself,weird,but thats it:)
Well I live in Central Europe,my room temps are close to 30°C now,mostly about 25-28°C.
I edited my last comment,so now in AIDA64 full stressing everything i got max temps 81°C so i dont know,I got SP1 instaled and many guys reported about 10°C more on temps when stress testing their chips after SP1 is installed,cuz it starts to use AVX2 set instruction.Anyway if i get under 90°C at stres testin,i know that in gaming i got max 72°C playing Crysis 3 for 5 hours,stable and ok,still under intel speficications.

Simply said,i will set the Vcore even to 1.520 and temps at 75°C playing games,cuz its speficication from intel,they said,this is the optimom max stats and will respect that as long as i got maximum performance with i want,i dont need low everything i know its not possible if u dont got custom water colling or golden chips,but i want rly 4,8Ghz cuz this power is what im looking for,considering i run CF 7870 for nice and smoot 40fps in Metro Last Nigh all highest settings,need that 4,8Ghz to get that power:)
Now stable 25mins with Prime95,AIDA64 nad OCCt with 48ration and 1.440Vcore,temps in aida max 82°C and temps max in Prime and OCCT max 91°C.
Edited by LuckyPlumule - 5/15/13 at 8:15am
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@ Durden: http://valid.canardpc.com/2784516

Validation of 5.1GHz & temps never broke 72c after 2hrs Prime95. I would highly suggest switching to a SSD boot drive ASAP. I have no idea how I survived before it.
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@ Durden: http://valid.canardpc.com/2784516

Validation of 5.1GHz & temps never broke 72c after 2hrs Prime95. I would highly suggest switching to a SSD boot drive ASAP. I have no idea how I survived before it.

Can u plz tell me your settings?
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Can u plz tell me your settings?
different chips and motherboards require different voltages for different settings tongue.gif
also not all chips are same, not sure if you are trying to copy his overclock but that is not the way to go!
  
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different chips and motherboards require different voltages for different settings tongue.gif
also not all chips are same, not sure if you are trying to copy his overclock but that is not the way to go!

OMG,dude i dont need advices for kids,which think better numbers are all they need.I need to see it,so I can try something similar u got validation and benches done on 5GHZ twice different settings,but wasnt stable.Thats why.Ty for advice:/
post #10287 of 10699
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OMG,dude i dont need advices for kids,which think better numbers are all they need.I need to see it,so I can try something similar u got validation and benches done on 5GHZ twice different settings,but wasnt stable.Thats why.Ty for advice:/

seems you lack the common sense to understand because his chip does 5.0ghz, your chip might not even be able to do 4.9ghz

good luck, if you apply some logic to your thinking process and use the search feature you might learn how to do something instead of expecting someone to do something for you

no need to say my advice is for kids when you aren't even capable of spelling better than one thumb.gif
  
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seems you lack the common sense to understand because his chip does 5.0ghz, your chip might not even be able to do 4.9ghz

good luck, if you apply some logic to your thinking process and use the search feature you might learn how to do something instead of expecting someone to do something for you

no need to say my advice is for kids when you aren't even capable of spelling better than one thumb.gif

Only think I lack,is enough good ppls trying to help others,not flaming other like u do.
I already told u,i tested my chip wont boot higher then 5,1Ghz.
Already told u i validated and benched 5.0Ghz at 1,520-1,544V with temp kinda rly high.
Already asked with helping me get stable at 4,7-4,8Ghz best at highest Vcore 1.475,now im at 1.458 lowest.Seems to be stable at 4,7Ghz,PPL 1.75V VCCIO 1,18V.
I just wonna see how ppls are doing the 5Ghz OC so i can maybe better understand how to set my chip,im collectin data,more data,more experiences.About my spelling,dw english isnt my nature leang.... so i think u can understand that im not looking for grammar,especially here,where it is not so needed,if its bothering u,u dont need to answer me a single think.

Guys like u can only piss others off,if they seek more data,experiences and asking others and u come to say something like this,rly helpfull.I red more tutorials and thing about SB then any others OC easily,but i still got no lucky,so i wonna know what is bad in my PC so i can buy better one.Sry that it takes your time sir.
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Just last testing setup is on screen,if u can see some mistake,let me know,gonna let it run stress testin,when im in work.

EDIT:
If anyone knows how to monitor VCCIO,VCCSA,CPU PPL and DRAM Voltage through some software compatible with ASUS mobo,let me know plz,because everything i use,just only read the BIOS settings,but in BIOS I can se its floating and dropping/rising again,i rly need to see how it react on my Vcore and stress testing,Thank you guys.
Edited by LuckyPlumule - 5/15/13 at 11:12am
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So, I'm running not quite 4.4GHz, but stable and very chilly (55-62 on a Noctua NH-U12P with two Noctua NF-F12 strapped onto it). http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2804185 I don't know how far I can push the CPU before grilling it without a liquidcooler.
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