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Also I think these i7 2600ks generate more heat than i5 2500ks. May be its because of the HT. Have to check that too. Almost every thread I have read, the i7 seems run a few degrees hotter than the i5s for same oc at similar voltages
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Also I think these i7 2600ks generate more heat than i5 2500ks. May be its because of the HT. Have to check that too. Almost every thread I have read, the i7 seems run a few degrees hotter than the i5s for same oc at similar voltages
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Alright, so I'm currently running prime blend with the XMP profile enabled... looks fine so far I think o_O.

Its gone through 9 tests and I haven't crashed or anything on stock so I'm assuming I'm good to go on to the next steps, finding LLC, changing settings, and finding the right vcore.
    
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Hyperthreading does make the 2600k run hotter. You can disable it and lower your temps a bit but then you paid 100 dollars more for 2MB of extra cache.

Lirik, a nice shortcut is to run FFT 1344 and 1792 for 20 minutes each whenever you make a change to your overclock. Those 2 FFT will fail very quickly on most unstable machines.
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Hyperthreading does make the 2600k run hotter. You can disable it and lower your temps a bit but then you paid 100 dollars more for 2MB of extra cache.

Lirik, a nice shortcut is to run FFT 1344 and 1792 for 20 minutes each whenever you make a change to your overclock. Those 2 FFT will fail very quickly on most unstable machines.
Ya I'm going to do that, munaim suggested that as well.

Under custom, should I leave it at 1600mb of memory to use?
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Ok, then it's probably at 5, which means your voltage will drop (vdroop) under load, unless you are using offset voltage, are you using offset?
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@nezzarix...i paid the extra 100 bucks coz I needed the extra performance in heavily threaded workloads. I video encoding a lot and also run a lot of mathematical simulations and the extra muscle over the i5 certainly helps in those scenarios. I oc mainly to game and as most games are not well threaded, I can disable HT to lower my temps by a few degrees. Not a biggie.

But coming back to the topic, while running prime stability is determined by not having BSODs or not getting even a single error on one of the workers? Like i said in my first post I am not BSODing under prime blend just getting an error in one of the workers.
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@nezzarix...i paid the extra 100 bucks coz I needed the extra performance in heavily threaded workloads. I video encoding a lot and also run a lot of mathematical simulations and the extra muscle over the i5 certainly helps in those scenarios. I oc mainly to game and as most games are not well threaded, I can disable HT to lower my temps by a few degrees. Not a biggie.

But coming back to the topic, while running prime stability is determined by not having BSODs or not getting even a single error on one of the workers? Like i said in my first post I am not BSODing under prime blend just getting an error in one of the workers.
If you're getting BSODs during Prime95 then your system is unstable. If you're getting failed workers then you're pretty close to having a stable system. There are a few other settings you can play with such as VCCIO voltage, enabling/disabling spread spectrum, and enabling/disabling PLL Overvoltage. PLLO is not usually needed until 4.7Ghz+ but there have been cases where it has helped people reach stability at lower frequencies.
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Also I think these i7 2600ks generate more heat than i5 2500ks.
Exactly, which is why the 2500k is a better proc for gaming imo, since it's easier to OC with lower temps. As well as all the other reasons.
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@nezzarix...i paid the extra 100 bucks coz I needed the extra performance in heavily threaded workloads. I video encoding a lot and also run a lot of mathematical simulations and the extra muscle over the i5 certainly helps in those scenarios. I oc mainly to game and as most games are not well threaded, I can disable HT to lower my temps by a few degrees. Not a biggie.

But coming back to the topic, while running prime stability is determined by not having BSODs or not getting even a single error on one of the workers? Like i said in my first post I am not BSODing under prime blend just getting an error in one of the workers.
Bump the voltage up another notch. Simple as that. One more bump might make you stable if you only had a failed worker.

You may think your voltage is high, and maybe it is. You may have one of the lower end chips. It's luck of the draw.
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