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for some reason I believe it's because of the VCCIO and your RAM.

I tell you what, downclock your RAM and change it's voltage to around 1.55v and change VCCIO to 1.125v, and try 4.7 again with 1.39v.

Leave PLL on auto for now, your's actually might need a bump in voltage. Concentrate on finding the vcore, what are you going for? 4.8, 5ghz?
I was going for 4.8ghz. Ill try those settings and report back. Is it a problem that my ram is rated at 1.65v though no?
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I put memory right back to 10-10-10-30 and dram to 1.55v, and the vccio down aswell. It must habe BSOD'd while i was away...1.39v bios and 4.7ghz that was
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Do you guys think that if i enable pll overvoltage, that i could reduce my offset? And maybe even reduce the total vcore needed? Im shooting for 4.8Ghz and for 4.7Ghz stable i need an offset of 60. Any thoughts?
PLL overvoltage is not for reducing voltage or anything like that, well that's what I think. It's for those particular multis, usually the high ones. All it does is that it allows the system to boot to that multi with it enabled. You meay need it for 47 and not for 48 and so on.


Gameworm
What is the full vcore, from 3 decimal places? is it 1.260 or 1.264v?

Thanks



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I was going for 4.8ghz. Ill try those settings and report back. Is it a problem that my ram is rated at 1.65v though no?
not really, it's just I read that in the last gen cpu's that the VTT should be within 0.5v of the RAM voltage, but im not 100% sure if that applies to sandy.

Actually forget reducing the RAM voltage, leave that at it's rated votlage and timings just reduce the vccio to 1.125v and try the above. Also please don't double post
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And what about LLC? I have it on Ultra High for 4.7Ghz.
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reporting back...one worked failed after 3 mins with 1344, vccio 1.125, vcore 1.39v bios.
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What is the full vcore, from 3 decimal places? is it 1.260 or 1.264v?

Thanks
It's 1.260. Easy Tune 6 refuses to work on my computer for some reason and I hadn't installed HWinfo when I did the test. Just installed HWinfo and loaded up prime95 to check the voltage. I really wish my motherboard used direct voltage control instead of an offset.
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And what about LLC? I have it on Ultra High for 4.7Ghz.
Ultra High works best for Asus mobo's. If you havn't already, try increasing the
CPU current capability to 140%.


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reporting back...one worked failed after 3 mins with 1344, vccio 1.125, vcore 1.39v bios.

Was that better than what you tried before? if so , then the next thing to try is increasing the PLL voltage by one and test again, if it gets to 4/5mins then it means your making progress. Last but not least increase the vcore by one and test it all together. If you can get through 15/20mins of 1344 and 1792, then it should be good for a 12hours run.



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It's 1.260. Easy Tune 6 refuses to work on my computer for some reason and I hadn't installed HWinfo when I did the test. Just installed HWinfo and loaded up prime95 to check the voltage. I really wish my motherboard used direct voltage control instead of an offset.
Okay bud, adding your submission to the spreadsheet now. Thanks again for contributing and welcome to the club


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Lots of good oc's lately, don't forget to do some benches with Sandra guys!
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Lots of good oc's lately, don't forget to do some benches with Sandra guys!



There is two parts to this thread, one for stability and the other for benchmarking. Please don't get the two mixed up!! The benchmarking is just for fun, a bit of healthy competition amongst sandybridge users!! The main purposes of this thread has not and will not be derailed and will continue as it is, primarily focusing on stability. The benchmarking section is open to EVERYONE, not just the stable people



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Benchmarking via SiSoftware Sandra

Make sure you run each of the processor benchmarks, Processor Arithmetic, Processor Multi-Media, Cryptography and Multi-Core Efficiency, .

With all four benchmarks you will add up the 'points' and have a total for each, then all four will be added to give you a TOTAL score.

ONE SIMPLE RULE

Make sure two instances of CPU-Z is open, one for RAM and the other for core speed and make sure you have notepad open with your OCN name!!!


All SiSoftware Sandra benching must follow this
CLICK HERE

If it's not like the above, then it won't be accepted, simple as!!

**System may be unresponsive during the benchmarks, be patient and it will finish.




BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a 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:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page



Spreadsheet contains voltage info, temperature info, cooling info, BIOS templates and seperate sheets hava been created for all of those, including one which filters the i5 and i7. This should be helpful to SB users and those looking to get SB, it also helps provide real world data regarding how the coolers are performing, what temps people are getting with the overclocks and at what kind of votlages, I think that it s a great addition to OCN and one that SB and non SB users can benefit from.


Thanks to all that contributed to this thread and spreadsheet, would not have been possible without you guys


We currently have just over 100 members and we are looking for MORE


SO GET POSTING GUYS BUT REMEMBER TO FOLLOW THE RULES!!!!


And again thanks to all those participated, we have some excellent club members here!!!!

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Yeah, get to benching, I'm tired of being in last place!
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