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post #2931 of 10697
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Why is the 1344K FFT so difficult to pass?
Don't know man, for me on my old chip it was the 1792. 1344 was no problem.
post #2932 of 10697
hmm..I need some help.

Im stuck at 4.7ghz, settings as follows:

vcore - 1.395v bios, 1.38v windows
PLL - 1.700v
vccio - 1.15v
RAM - 1.65v
c1e/speedstep - ON
phase control/duty control - extreme
LLC ultra high 75%
virtualization tech - ON
PLL Overvoltage - ON

after all this, its still failing in one worker at 4.7ghz. 4.6ghz only needed 1.34v for stable, what gives?
post #2933 of 10697
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post
hmm..I need some help.

Im stuck at 4.7ghz, settings as follows:

vcore - 1.395v bios, 1.38v windows
PLL - 1.700v
vccio - 1.15v
RAM - 1.65v
c1e/speedstep - ON
phase control/duty control - extreme
LLC ultra high 75%
virtualization tech - ON
PLL Overvoltage - ON

after all this, its still failing in one worker at 4.7ghz. 4.6ghz only needed 1.34v for stable, what gives?
Usually there is a multi where he cpu hits a bit of a wall and it needs a much larger bump of vcore to get it stable. If you take a look at the spreadsheet in the op you will see a wide range of vcore settings. I would just keep bumping the vcore a notch until it's stable. On the bright side, a failing worker as opposed to a bsod usually means you are close to stability.
post #2934 of 10697
yeah but ive had one faield worker like 3 times, kept on bumping vcore, then on the 4th try is BSOD!
post #2935 of 10697
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yeah but ive had one faield worker like 3 times, kept on bumping vcore, then on the 4th try is BSOD!
Maybe try bumping the vccio to 1.2?
post #2936 of 10697
I would like to hear from munaim about this one, Im sure its probably just one voltage setting thats lacking
post #2937 of 10697
Thread Starter 
Increase the pll from 1.7v by one each time and test. Leave vcore where it is and find the pll sweet spot.
Edited by munaim1 - 8/19/11 at 6:35am
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post #2938 of 10697
I will try it, but i have attempted that on last increme nt right up until 1.75 and still no gain, but ill try again!
post #2939 of 10697
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I would like to hear from munaim about this one, Im sure its probably just one voltage setting thats lacking
Fine, see if I try to help any more!
post #2940 of 10697
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Fine, see if I try to help any more!
Lol, I didnt mean i dont want your help or anyone else's, just munaim seems to be able to say do this, increase that and voila! heh, any help on problem below? ^^

right im at:

4.7ghz

vccio - 1.15v
PLL - 1.725v
vcore - 1.36v bios/1.336v windows...

Which should I increase now if p95 is failing on one worker?
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