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Which test do I use on Prime95 to test stability? small ffts or blend test?
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Loving the low temps with that H80, however quite a big voltage bump from your 4.8ghz 1.360v, but that overclock is actually quite good considering it's below 1.45v


nezzarix
Nice one bud, less voltage and 100mhz more temps are looking awesome as usual.



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Spreadsheet Update

I have created a new sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones im after:
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Nice one bud, less voltage and 100mhz more temps are looking awesome as usual.
Thanks, my new RV03 is helping with that Debating between 4.7ghz or jumping straight to 4.8Ghz.
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Set the whole thing to stock and lets start again. this time only change the RAM to XMP and run prime blend for a few mintues to see that your CPU is functioning properly.

Then comes the task of determinning the voltage for the multiplier, but that comes after you find the correct LLC setting for your mobo. Don't worry about it bsoding, what you want to do is set the LLC to the one that is closet to what you set it to when the cpu is under load, so for example if you set 1.35v and under load it's 1.31v and that's level 3 then you may have to increase to aroudn level 5. The objective is to keep the voltage under load as controllable as possible without it letting it spike.

Then it comes to that task of finding the actual voltage for the overclock, however before we get to that, I would advise you to reduce PLL voltage to 1.7v. then set the vcore manually to 1.25v, Leave C1E and Speedsteep enabled and run C3 and C6 on Auto if you can, if not leave them enabled. Also leave Spread spectrum enabled, if you find that it disrutps the bclk in cpu-s then just disable it. This should be a stepping stone to get your rig stable. with those settings you will eventually get to the point where your stable. set the multi to 45 and the vcore to 1.25v and increase the vcore as you stress test, prime blend 1344FFT custom with 1min each cycle and go back and change the vcore accordingly, bump it by one not big jumps!!!


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Which test do I use on Prime95 to test stability? small ffts or blend test?
ummm... blend test as the rules indicate in the OP.

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Thanks so much for the great post munaim1.


Also, if my CPU runs properly with XMP on, should I leave it on or shut it off when I start messing around with CPU voltage?


----Also, what am I looking at during the prime blend test to see if my CPU is functioning properly?
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Hi I need help overclocking my i7 2600k. My rig specs are as per my sig.
The issue is I can easily oc to 4.2 ghz @ 1.208v but cant seem to get a stable oc for 24/7 use beyond that. I am trying with 4.5 ghz @ 1.256 v but cant seem to get stability under prime no matter how much voltage I throw at it. Always one of the workers fails test 2 or 3 giving error. Theres no BSOD at load or at idle. Just that one of the worker threads gives error. I stop prime immediately but if i dont the test continues in spite of the error in one of the workers. I have played around with i/o voltage as well as pll voltage but nothing helps.

Plz help me out. Many thanks in advance
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Hi I need help overclocking my i7 2600k. My rig specs are as per my sig.
The issue is I can easily oc to 4.2 ghz @ 1.208v but cant seem to get a stable oc for 24/7 use beyond that. I am trying with 4.5 ghz @ 1.256 v but cant seem to get stability under prime no matter how much voltage I throw at it. Always one of the workers fails test 2 or 3 giving error. Theres no BSOD at load or at idle. Just that one of the worker threads gives error. I stop prime immediately but if i dont the test continues in spite of the error in one of the workers. I have played around with i/o voltage as well as pll voltage but nothing helps.

Plz help me out. Many thanks in advance
1.256 is very little voltage for 4.5Ghz. Not many chips can stabilize at that. Try 1.31v and see how that works for you. If it still fails, increase the voltage. You should also try lowering your PLL voltage to 1.7v and seeing if that helps. What do the rest of your settings look like?
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Thanks so much for the great post munaim1. I will try this out but is prime blend a setting in prime95 or something? I'm not familiar with the program.


Also, if my CPU runs properly with XMP on, should I leave it on or shut it off when I start messing around with CPU voltage?

When you open prime blend your pressented with 4 options, small FFTS, Large FFTS, Blend test and Custom. You want to run blend for atleast 12hours for true stability, however, that duration is not needed when your 'finding' your overclock, first start of with 10/15mins between bios changes, then slowly that would go to around 30/60mins then when your close to stabalizing you run it for longer.

XMP is a memory profile that's built in to the RAM, so if you select XMP, it will by defauly select the timings and votlage for your RAM and you should still be able to alter the PCU settings. Run XMP and you will be fine with changing everything else.

EDIT:
Alternativly you could run a custom blend for a really good quick stability test between bios changes, that would be: 1344 FTT and 1792 FFT 1min each cycle and 90% of your available RAM, run each of those ffts for 15mins between any changes in the bios and when your done with your overclock, test it with a standard blend test or standard custom test, lol it gets confusing even for me lol.




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1.256 is very little voltage for 4.5Ghz. Not many chips can stabilize at that. Try 1.31v and see how that works for you. If it still fails, increase the voltage. You should also try lowering your PLL voltage to 1.7v and seeing if that helps. What do the rest of your settings look like?
Do what he said regarding PLL but don't jump straight to 1.31v gradually up the vcore as you increase the multi and again post your other settings.
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+1 working your way up stops you from getting lazy!
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+1 working your way up stops you from getting lazy!
I've always been a fan of the backtracking method Jump to a safe and likely voltage and test. If it's stable then decrease it a bit and continue the test. Oh well, to each their own.
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