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Originally Posted by LuckyPlumule View Post

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.

you have 12 posts here, ive helped more than 12 people
noone cares to help lazy moochers who dont use the search feature then have the nerve to talk to people trying to help you use common sense

you insulted me before i ever said anything, stop being delusional
  
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@ LuckyPlumule. Here's my BIOS settings, HWMonitor, Real Temp, etc. from my 4.7GHz, air cooled, 15hr Prime 95 run. Just got off work and don't feel like digging around my photos to find the 5.1GHz files right now. Hopefully this helps you. I'll poke around later if I remember and post the settings from the 5.1GHz OC.

http://www.overclock.net/g/a/907467/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/
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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.

You still have some headroom, max recommended TCase temp by intel is 72c on sandy, i've run my chips very hot for 2 years with no issues (even temporarily around 80c-85c for benching).

Edit: and if your chip is prime stable at 4.4GHz @ 1.256v like your CPU-z says, then you'd definitely be stable around 1.3v for 4.5GHz.

In comparison, mine is rather voltage hungry
4.0GHz 1.200v
4.2GHz 1.265v
4.3GHz 1.300v
4.5GHz 1.356v
anything 4.6 or above needs 1.4v+ which i'm not comfortable with.
(I prime tested these lower clocks just this week because my corsair H60's pump died on me after 9 months)
Edited by s74r1 - 5/15/13 at 4:59pm
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So im back from the work,i posted image of 8 hours AIDA 64 stress test,which i passed on 4,8Ghz with Vcore 1.448 which is about 40-50mw lower,then previously.

I just wonna ak few thinks,which im not sure about:

First think is Load Line Calibration,i was reading tons of tutorials,explanations,but I dont know,any of that words wasnt satisfying enough for me,so.
LLC works like this?
I put the load on the CPU,then the Vcore tends to drop,for me its almost constant droop about 100mV.If I then enable the LLC on Ultra High which is 75% compensation,that means,that my total Vcore droop is taken,its counted the 75% of that drop and its added to my Core Voltage set in the BIOS? Isnt that the problem which causes the higher temperatures?

Another think is this...
When im in BIOS and i switch the Core Voltage on Manual and i set as i set now 1.440V im setting the VID or true voltage which rly floats to the CPU chip? Because if im checking my VID its almost everytime at 1.366 (at 4,7GHZ) and now its 1.3911(at 4,8GHz) which isnt neither what i set in BIOS and neither my Vcore showed in CPU-Z.I was thinking like this,If i set Core Voltage 1.440V and my VID under the load is 1,391,that means the drop voltage under the load is 45mV and thats why,my LLC is kicking it far to 1,465? Does it also means,that if i want lower Vcore,that i need to increase the VID to totally eliminate the need for the LLC usage? Would be rly happy,for some explanations for this three Voltages,Vcore,VID and
BIOS Vcore.
post #10295 of 10701
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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

you have 12 posts here, ive helped more than 12 people
noone cares to help lazy moochers who dont use the search feature then have the nerve to talk to people trying to help you use common sense

you insulted me before i ever said anything, stop being delusional

No i didnt insulted you,you tried to tell everyone here,that im douche and i didnt red single topic.
I can post you tons of links,tons of technical tutorials and everything i was able to find about OCing SB,but still Im not able to get to the point im satisfied with my OC,neither my Voltages are too high,for low clock,or my Voltages are low enough for me,but the clocks are not high enough.
I know that every chip is diferent,now i rly know,that i have at least normal chip,in worst case,rly ungry chip.But i though,this site is here,to rly help ppls get to the point which they can be satisfied with.
Im able to set ratio 48 and leave it all automatic,Voltages goes 1,488 core temps are not much above 80°C and its stable at all other settings Auto,but thats not how the real man do this job.
U said me,that im basically some1 whos so stupid to look after hes settings,but i tried about 6 weeks,long weeks,getting somewhere to 4,7-4,8 but not able to stabilize it at nice Voltages and temperatures.
I did everything i have red here,did everything I have red on another about 15sites,with different mobos,different RAM modules etc etc..
But nothing is working for me to get me at the point im satisfied.So im sry for your time and im sorry for u 2.
U can go enjoy your OC w/o any problems,cuz u was given by the more luck,then me,but I need to study,learn,try,test forever long and only hope was this forum,after 2weeks i got at least one answer,which was leading somewhere (not that yours BTW) and u come and pesky me for not reading.
RIDICILOUS.Enjoy your day sir.
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I'll give you a tip, use the block function. I didn't know it existed until I was told to use it. Now that said, maybe there's a misunderstanding and you can both hug it out. grouphug.gif

These were my settings for my run, note that I have a POS chip (probably worse than yours). I can of course run it higher for benches, games or a useless CPU-Z validation but what's the point. As you can see, nothing special .. just feed it enough.

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/8760#post_17164048
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I'll give you a tip, use the block function. I didn't know it existed until I was told to use it. Now that said, maybe there's a misunderstanding and you can both hug it out. grouphug.gif

These were my settings for my run, note that I have a POS chip (probably worse than yours). I can of course run it higher for benches, games or a useless CPU-Z validation but what's the point. As you can see, nothing special .. just feed it enough.

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/8760#post_17164048

Yup, that block function is really useful here. Or you could report them to the mods and get them banned. There was one member here before who got out off line with me by PM'ing me and I reported it to the mods and he was instantly banned.
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

I'll give you a tip, use the block function. I didn't know it existed until I was told to use it. Now that said, maybe there's a misunderstanding and you can both hug it out. grouphug.gif

These were my settings for my run, note that I have a POS chip (probably worse than yours). I can of course run it higher for benches, games or a useless CPU-Z validation but what's the point. As you can see, nothing special .. just feed it enough.

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/8760#post_17164048

TY im glad some1 was able to help me,im gonna test something as u have set,can u only say me how ur colling and whats the actual Vcore?
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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.

Need to sort out some debt but I'm definitely going to bet an SSD soon! smile.gif was looking at the Samsung 840 pro series... They look so sexy haha
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Can u plz tell me your settings?

I posted mine a little while back and am on my phone so these may be a little different: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ai Tweaker

Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
BLCK/PCIE Frequency: 100.0
Turbo Ratio: By All Cores
By All Cores: 45
Internal PLL Voltage: Disabled
Memory Frequency: 1600
DRAM Timing Control: stock
EPU Power Saving MODE: Disabled


Ai Tweaker\ CPU Power Management >

CPU Ratio: Auto
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology: Enabled
Turbo Mode: Enabled
Long Duration Power Limit: Auto
Long Duration Maintained: Auto
Short Duration Power Limit: Auto
Additional Turbo Voltage: Auto
Primary Plane Current Limit: Auto


Ai Tweaker (in the DIGI+ VRM section)

Load-Line Calibration: Ultra High
VRM Frequency: Manual
VRM Fixed Frequency Mode: 350
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: Extreme
CPU Current Capability: 140%
CPU Voltage: Manual Mode
CPU Manual Voltage: 1.375V
DRAM Voltage: 1.50V
VCCSA Voltage: Auto
VCCIO Voltage: Auto
CPU PLL Voltage: Auto
PCH Voltage: Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum: Enabled


Advanced\ CPU Configuration >

CPU Ratio: Auto
Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor: Enabled
Active Processor Cores: All
Limit CPUID Maximum: Disabled
Execute Disable Bit: Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology: Disabled
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology: Enabled
Turbo Mode: Enabled
CPU C1E: Enabled
CPU C3 Report: Enabled
CPU C6 Report: Enabled
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Originally Posted by s74r1 View Post

You still have some headroom, max recommended TCase temp by intel is 72c on sandy, i've run my chips very hot for 2 years with no issues (even temporarily around 80c-85c for benching).

Edit: and if your chip is prime stable at 4.4GHz @ 1.256v like your CPU-z says, then you'd definitely be stable around 1.3v for 4.5GHz.

In comparison, mine is rather voltage hungry
4.0GHz 1.200v
4.2GHz 1.265v
4.3GHz 1.300v
4.5GHz 1.356v
anything 4.6 or above needs 1.4v+ which i'm not comfortable with.
(I prime tested these lower clocks just this week because my corsair H60's pump died on me after 9 months)

I have a feeling my chip is similar to yours! frown.gif My goal now when I find the time is to have a stable clock of 4.5 and try for the lowest offset voltages possible!
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So im back from the work,i posted image of 8 hours AIDA 64 stress test,which i passed on 4,8Ghz with Vcore 1.448 which is about 40-50mw lower,then previously.

I just wonna ak few thinks,which im not sure about:

First think is Load Line Calibration,i was reading tons of tutorials,explanations,but I dont know,any of that words wasnt satisfying enough for me,so.
LLC works like this?
I put the load on the CPU,then the Vcore tends to drop,for me its almost constant droop about 100mV.If I then enable the LLC on Ultra High which is 75% compensation,that means,that my total Vcore droop is taken,its counted the 75% of that drop and its added to my Core Voltage set in the BIOS? Isnt that the problem which causes the higher temperatures?

Another think is this...
When im in BIOS and i switch the Core Voltage on Manual and i set as i set now 1.440V im setting the VID or true voltage which rly floats to the CPU chip? Because if im checking my VID its almost everytime at 1.366 (at 4,7GHZ) and now its 1.3911(at 4,8GHz) which isnt neither what i set in BIOS and neither my Vcore showed in CPU-Z.I was thinking like this,If i set Core Voltage 1.440V and my VID under the load is 1,391,that means the drop voltage under the load is 45mV and thats why,my LLC is kicking it far to 1,465? Does it also means,that if i want lower Vcore,that i need to increase the VID to totally eliminate the need for the LLC usage? Would be rly happy,for some explanations for this three Voltages,Vcore,VID and
BIOS Vcore.

Again apologies for being on my phone but a great thread was posted recently regarding how LLC works (posted by topet2k12001) a few pages back about how LLC affects voltages and temps. To summarise LLC will give you more stable voltages but in doing so may spike volts higher than the threshold set in bios. It's promoted me to look at lowering my LLC when I can find the time!!
Edited by Durden - 5/16/13 at 1:45am
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

I'll give you a tip, use the block function. I didn't know it existed until I was told to use it. Now that said, maybe there's a misunderstanding and you can both hug it out. grouphug.gif

These were my settings for my run, note that I have a POS chip (probably worse than yours). I can of course run it higher for benches, games or a useless CPU-Z validation but what's the point. As you can see, nothing special .. just feed it enough.

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/8760#post_17164048
Sadly if we all "blocked" issues or never resolve a problem, it's hard to get anywhere in our OC or life smile.gifbaaasmiley.gif



GL LuckyPlumule, hope you can find what your looking for or that someone comes and hands it to you jerry.gif
  
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