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munaim1, big thanks for your work. *wearing signature proudly*
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Thanks bud, glad you find this thread useful and certainly wear that sig proudly! thumb.gif

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If i install on my small case the big watercooling system for 5+ Ghz stability, that would be not MiniMe anymore. MidiMe or bigger...
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To P8P67 PRO users. How do you feel about using Additional Turbo Voltage?

The thing is this, I use - offset because of the medium load peaks. My current setup is this:

-0.025 at Ultra high. I get between 1.336-1.344 with peaks of 1.352. at full load. I can decrease the LLC by decreasing the offset and add additional turbo voltage.
What do you think?
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Never thought of using the additional turbo voltage, it could actually help with things like idle bsod and voltage fluctuation.

Try it and report back and let us know how you get on
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Never thought of using the additional turbo voltage, it could actually help with things like idle bsod and voltage fluctuation.

Try it and report back and let us know how you get on
I use it to make fine adjustment.
Also it helps to minimize the voltage jumping around if you set it to +0.004v or something minimum.
Or you could go higher value and notch down the vcore.
It is useful feature.
Asus and AsRock has this settings but not sure about other boards.
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I use it to make fine adjustment.
Also it helps to minimize the voltage jumping around if you set it to +0.004v or something minimum.
Or you could go higher value and notch down the vcore.
It is useful feature.
Asus and AsRock has this settings but not sure about other boards.

thanks for the tip, I'll try that out sometime
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I just got mine running at 4.6 with 1.41V. Anything lower gives me a bluescreen when I attempt to run Prime or Intel Burn Test. I ran 50 Intel Burn Tests at standard and nothing went wrong, so I'll try to join this club and run a prime run tonight when I go to sleep.

Man I just found out how fun it is to overclock >: D

Edit: Also nothing goes over 70c, that was the max temp I got during the test.
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I just got mine running at 4.6 with 1.41V. Anything lower gives me a bluescreen when I attempt to run Prime or Intel Burn Test. I ran 50 Intel Burn Tests at standard and nothing went wrong, so I'll try to join this club and run a prime run tonight when I go to sleep.

Man I just found out how fun it is to overclock >: D

Edit: Also nothing goes over 70c, that was the max temp I got during the test.
Man... How are you getting those temps.. I am getting 70-73-70-70 area when I am running at 4.5ghz with 1.335vcore after an hour. ...

I have my penetrators on low and my Noctua straight to Molex...
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Man... How are you getting those temps.. I am getting 70-73-70-70 area when I am running at 4.5ghz with 1.335vcore after an hour. ...

I have my penetrators on low and my Noctua straight to Molex...
In the uefi bios I have my cpu cooler set to turbo, I don't want it to sound like a jet engine, but I would like it to run a bit faster in order to cool my cpu.

I have no idea actually, but I have not measured the temps using prime yet, this was when I did my 50 standard Intel Burn Tests. The highest temp core I have was my 3rd core and the highest it got to was 70c. I was using RealTemp 3.60 at the time and upgraded it to 3.67 just now after reading the op.

I also have a question about how to qualify in this club. When running Prime should I have my test set to these settings? I currently have 4gb of ram btw.

3700mb of ram without changing anything else? It was about 3650 mb of ram was 90% when I figured it out in calculator.

Edit: Actually I finally understood that I could just do the standard blend for 12 hours. I'll just do that, if I'm wrong, then I'll just have to redo it
Edited by BloodyRory - 8/9/11 at 10:14pm
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edit: I just noticed I had both CPUZ windows open to the CPU tab... oops. My memory is/was running at stock speeds (1600MHz).

Edited by sintricate - 8/9/11 at 10:26pm
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