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If one of my workers stopped after about 3 hours, means i just need a small vcore bump right?
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@munaim1 thanx a lot for your help buddy. Finally managed to get a 4.2ghz+ stable OC. I have settled at 4.4 ghz for 24/7 use as it takes 1.26v to get there. Although at load the vcore gets bumped to 1.28v. But I guess its ok for a 4.4ghz. 4.5ghz was requiring 1.31-1.32vcore at load to get stable. Thought it was not worth it. I guess my cpu is one of those average OCers, altho it can do 4.2 at 1.2v only. Prime95 stability issue where one of the workers failed was sorted out by bumping up the i/o voltage to 1.15.

Many Many thanks to everyone else who helped. Will be posting the screenies soon to join the 4ghz+ club
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@munaim1 thanx a lot for your help buddy. Finally managed to get a 4.2ghz+ stable OC. I have settled at 4.4 ghz for 24/7 use as it takes 1.26v to get there. Although at load the vcore gets bumped to 1.28v. But I guess its ok for a 4.4ghz. 4.5ghz was requiring 1.31-1.32vcore at load to get stable. Thought it was not worth it. I guess my cpu is one of those average OCers, altho it can do 4.2 at 1.2v only. Prime95 stability issue where one of the workers failed was sorted out by bumping up the i/o voltage to 1.15.

Many Many thanks to everyone else who helped. Will be posting the screenies soon to join the 4ghz+ club
Awesome! Nice work man.
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ya... I can't find spread spectrum or speedstep o_O

I checked the other sections as well, still nothing.

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Version: F8

You can PM me and i will help you out as best i can,"spread spectrum"is hidden,when in the main bios screen,press CTRL+F1,then in the "avanced frequency settings"tab,you will find "spread spectrum"is now available.Hope this helps.
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^^thanx dude. urself and munaim1 have been the biggest of help in achieving this OC. I live in the sub-continent and my room temp is kinda toasty at ~31 C so my load temps are ~75 C on the hottest core. Will do a reseat of the HSF tomorrow and also reapply the TIM. Hoping to drop the load temps to 70 C or thereabouts.
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5 hours to go, last night a worker failed again after 6 hours, so I bumped the vcore up to 1.445v @ 4.8ghz, a bit higher than I would like (raised temps to 70C on the hottest core). Staying home from work today to see if it will do 12 hours blend, lol at my priorities.
Edited by anubis1127 - 8/18/11 at 6:11am
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sintricate
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
Yeah, that is quite a bump in voltage just for 200MHz. I actually think I was stable at 4.9GHz with 1.36v but I didn't try running prime for 12hrs on that one.

Any idea why it took so much more voltage just to get to 5GHz? Is there anything I might be able to change to get 5GHz stable with less vcore?

I have no idea what the C states are/do. I seem to have them all enabled.
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hmm..my 2500k is at 1.38v and 4.8ghz, one worker is failing after 2 mins on p95. I had VCCIO at 1.1250v and i tried PLL at 1.7125 and 1.700v both to no gain..I take it its down to vcore?
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hmm..my 2500k is at 1.38v and 4.8ghz, one worker is failing after 2 mins on p95. I had VCCIO at 1.1250v and i tried PLL at 1.7125 and 1.700v both to no gain..I take it its down to vcore?
Yep more vcore.

Edit:
Check the last few pages on how to do the fast custom blend.
Sorry bud im on my phone
Edited by munaim1 - 8/18/11 at 9:52am
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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.
The bit about 1344 and 1792...how you do that? I cant see that option to test in p95 :/
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