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So munaim, what's your thought on SS and it's effect on stability? I'm over 15 min now on 1792 with no issues after disabling it. Wondering if I can drop some vcore now.
That's brilliant, we are certainly making progress!! what settings are you using?

I've found SS seems to work better enabled for Asus mobo's, with it enabled my bclk is still locked to 100, for other mobo's that's not the case. If they enable it, it usually reduces their BCLK which in turn can effect stability, that's why people recommend overclocking sandy's through the multi and leaving the BCLK alone. If SS effects you, turn it off.
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That's brilliant, we are certainly making progress!! what settings are you using?

I've found SS seems to work better enabled for Asus mobo's, with it enabled my bclk is still locked to 100, for other mobo's that's not the case. If they enable it, it usually reduces their BCLK which in turn can effect stability, that's why people recommend overclocking sandy's through the multi and leaving the BCLK alone. If SS effects you, turn it off.
Well, the only things ive changed are my voltage, multi, and power settings (200/200/1). Oh, and I disabled c3 and c6 since I'm using offset now, and of course disabling SS. I just don't like it that I'm .025 up in voltage to get the same oc I had before. Oh well, I'll keep messing about with it, but it looks good so far. 8 minutes in to 1344 and still going.


*edit* passed both fft's over 10 min no issues, gonna drop vcore and pll a bit and see. Woot!!!
Edited by fuloran1 - 8/11/11 at 5:15pm
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Well, the only things ive changed are my voltage, multi, and power settings (200/200/1). Oh, and I disabled c3 and c6 since I'm using offset now, and of course disabling SS. I just don't like it that I'm .025 up in voltage to get the same oc I had before. Oh well, I'll keep messing about with it, but it looks good so far. 8 minutes in to 1344 and still going.
pll? by the way what's your core current limit set to? what's your load voltage and whats your LLC settings?

LOL you really should have saved your stable overclocking profile
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how about enabling spread spectrum and forcing the baseclock to 99.7 yourself (on asus boards)

would that do any good?
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pll? by the way what's your core current limit set to? what's your load voltage and whats your LLC settings?

LOL you really should have saved your stable overclocking profile
Gah, I know I should have! It's my own fault.

Load is 1.336-1.344v, I'll check the other 2 settings.
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how about enabling spread spectrum and forcing the baseclock to 99.7 yourself (on asus boards)

would that do any good?
ummmm not really, why would I want to do that? Messing around with the BCLK 'could' cause stability issue's. My advice, unless SS is causing your BCLK to fluctuate then leave it on, that goes for all mobo's.
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Here are some screenies of what I had. I did change vcore from .070 to .060 and dropped pll 2 notches from 1.832 to 1.750 to check that. I also forgot to cap a page, c1e is enabled, c3 and c6 disabled, c state package enabled (auto I think)





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Here are some screenies of what I had. I did change vcore from .070 to .060 and dropped pll 2 notches from 1.832 to 1.750 to check that. I also forgot to cap a page, c1e is enabled, c3 and c6 disabled, c state package enabled (auto I think)
okay from your stable submission, you need around 1.312v for it to be stable.

these are all the things I would change from the pics above:

VCCIO - 1.1250v (or as near as possible)
PLL Voltage - 1.7v (or as close to that as possible)
LLC - Level 2 (that should help compensate the vdroop)
Core current Limit - 200


Changing the LLC to level 2 will more than likely require you to lower the vcore from what you have at the moment. As I said before make sure the vcore is 1.312v under load, so change the BIOS vcore according to that.

One other thing I've noticed, run the command rate of your RAM to 2N (For now) then you can change it in a bit.

do that first and report back with a 1344 first (15mins each, 1min each cycle) then we can go onto the next one. Lets do this step by step so that we don't get confused.
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okay from your stable submission, you need around 1.312v for it to be stable.

these are all the things I would change from the pics above:

VCCIO - 1.1250v (or as near as possible)
PLL Voltage - 1.7v (or as close to that as possible)
LLC - Level 2 (that should help compensate the vdroop)
Core current Limit - 200


Changing the LLC to level 2 will more than likely require you to lower the vcore from what you have at the moment. As I said before make sure the vcore is 1.312v under load, so change the BIOS vcore according to that.

One other thing I've noticed, run the command rate of your RAM to 2N (For now) then you can change it in a bit.

do that first and report back with a 1344 first (15mins each, 1min each cycle) then we can go onto the next one. Lets do this step by step so that we don't get confused.
Awesome, will do. Just ran 15 min of 1792 at the settings I mentioned with no issues. Lemme get in and change things quick.

And by the way, I can't tell you how much I appreciate you and this thread you created. You rock!
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Thanks for the add.

...one slight thing, the amount of RAM is off by 4GB
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