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I would not use spread spec at all. Mainly because you don't get pretty even numbers, and sometimes it might cause instability if it goes over 100blck.

Also, I won't use LLC at all. I would put it at Extreme, because at ultra high, it will actually run higher voltages on idle, and you will have to conpensate for the load voltage, because it will be lower. When you put it to extreme, you should put the voltage maybe 1 level down, because it will jump up under load.
My spread spectrum was off for a while but I found out that I need it to be on after 5.4GHz or otherwise it won't boot (it used to boot up but now it won't w/o it).
I didn't like that fact it sets the bclk to 99.8 that was the main reason I was turning this off.
But I tested this @4.8 and found interesting results.
While it's ON, the load voltage got lower than before and the LinX GFlops score got increased.
With it's off, i was getting 128~130 GFlops and with it on I get 130~132GFlops.
So it seems spread spectrum sets the bclk to the most efficient amount or something... or otherwise the increase of the performance doesn't make sense.
Try it yourself and see.

Also I would never recommend anyone to use LLC at extreme (level1).
You may get to the certain frequency easier since there is no vdroop (that's what extreme setting do... make it flat.)
But the down side is you are risking your chip to get damaged by unwanted voltage spike on load.
vdroop is there to prevent that to happen.
Thus eliminating the vdroop by setting the LLC to extreme is risky especially at higher OC since you are putting higher voltage to begin with.
So any one who uses off-set vcore but use LLC to extreme doesn't make sense....
You save the voltage on idle but you risk getting damaged at load?!?
Set it to level2 (Ultra High) seems to work fine with higher OC.
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I would not use spread spec at all. Mainly because you don't get pretty even numbers, and sometimes it might cause instability if it goes over 100blck.

Also, I won't use LLC at all. I would put it at Extreme, because at ultra high, it will actually run higher voltages on idle, and you will have to conpensate for the load voltage, because it will be lower. When you put it to extreme, you should put the voltage maybe 1 level down, because it will jump up under load.
Spread spectrum varies between mobo's, however, if your not messing around with the BCLK, then enabling it can be a good thing.

I believe voltage spikes during idle is not really dangerous or note worthy, for some that's actually a good thing because of the light load / idle bsods. THe problem is voltage spikes under load, these can be bad, therefore to have Ultra high LLC settings and increasing voltage is sooo much better than reducing voltage and setting it to extreme, not only will your idle voltage will be less but under LOAD it will spike above what you set in the BIOS.

Ultra high is better.
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Please guys, anyone care to help me or give some idea, in my thread? im really getting sick from all of this thanks.

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Please don't recommend people to put Auto voltage... Since it just gives way too much vcore to force it to be stable...
You always need to find out what the best and lowest vcore you can put into.
Same as vtt and dram.
Anyone can put 1.5vcore and make 4.5 stable (well.. maybe 1.5 is too much) but that is not how OC is done.
You have to make your system stable with right amount of voltages to everything.
I am going on exactly what the ASUS Technical Marketing Assistant Recommended!

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Not sure bud, you would have to ask in that thread.




Yet again:




Best way to overclock sandy's is NOT by jumping straight to a multi and changing voltages here and there. It's a little more than that and usually requires a lot of patience. General consensus is working your way up from stock.
Prime95 Small FFT is the best option out of the 3 options given by Prime95. After passing, you should run memtestx86. After passing that, playing a game such as BFBC2 max out for around 1.5-2hours is a good idea. Do we have a problem you and i?
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Prime95 Small FFT is the best option out of the 3 options given by Prime95.
No it isn't! Not for SB

munaim1 does know what he's talking about
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No it isn't! Not for SB

munaim1 does know what he's talking about
Well what's the best option then? What about IBT? Has anyone tested that?
I never said muniam does not know what he is on about. He has a Sandy rig and i don't, so why would i say something like that?
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Sorry guy's i can lose it sometimes. Is smallfft not the best option because the BCLK is at 100? Say if i ran a SB at 4.8Ghz, what would be the best way to test?
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Blend is best

And when I was saying munaim1 know his stuff!
I was more like saying "he's a 1155 guru" He knows it too well
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Blend is best

And when I was saying munaim1 know his stuff!
I was more like saying "he's a 1155 guru" He knows it too well

Why is blend best?
Also, what would be the generic settings to run for 4.8Ghz regaurdless of wether the chip can do x48 or not? Thank you.
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Why is blend best?
Also, what would be the generic settings to run for 4.8Ghz regaurdless of wether the chip can do x48 or not? Thank you.
It's always recommended to use multiple stress tests to ensure the system stability.
IBT/LinX with AVX (with all ram tested) are useful since it gives you more heat than any other tests.
You can find out what the thermal threshold of your CPU is going be.
Also it is a good and quick way to know your new setting will give you BSOD or not.
GFlops scores you get are good indicator of how well your system is running.
Sometimes you can pass the test but you get lower score.
Then there's something wrong.
You should always get better score when you OC higher.

Next step is the Prime95 short tests.
Do 2 different custom torture tests with max and min ffts @ 1344 and 1792.
Put 6500mb as the memory to use. (since you have 8GB)
Run 2x15min sets each (1344 and 1792).

You may run HCImemtest if you have any problem or OC your ram.

If you pass all these tests, you can try Prime95 Custom blend test (just make the memory to use to 6000+mb) and run it for 12+ hours.
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