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Can i see a screenshot of this please?
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Can i see a screenshot of this please?
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So i click custom then i put around 6.5GB RAM and 1344 FFT x 1344 FT and run this for 15 munites?
I then use 1792 FFT x 1792 FFT for 1 minute then i just run the normal blend test afterwards for 12 hours?

Also i found this on the P8P67 Pro guide. It's completely thrown me off.

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When you put volt values in the Offset field, you add the Vcore you type in there, to the VID of your CPU. However, the VID will vary between each different CPU, and also the speed you run it at.

My 2500K has 1.2410v VID when at 3.3GHz stock. This VID changes to 1.3410 when I overclock it to 4.5GHz. When I type in + 0.020 Volts for Offset, it will then give me 1.3410v + 0.020v = 1.3610v under load.
When you change the clock the vcore will change as well up to a maximum of 1.38v.

First of all your stock VID or VID @ 3.3ghz is what you see with defaults loaded in BIOS. It might be 1.24 or so. When you change the clock to 4.5, the VID is automatically incremented up to 1.3-ish. VID from what I understand is the voltage Intel decides the chip should be running at for a given clockspeed, and varies from chip to chip. 1.38 is the max VID and once you get past that it will not increase; this is the same for all chips. Again this is MY understanding and im not 100% sure on it.

Run both of them in 1 min cycles (type 1 into the bottom box) but just manually stop the test after 15 minutes. It's really hard to not crash, can be quite frustrating. Personally I'm thinking of running them for 5 min cycles for 20-25 min each because 1 min cycles is hyper fast compared to the blend test (15 min cycles) and might be the reason its so damn hard to pass. I keep coming back to the idea, we're just proving stability, not trying to break the damn thing.
    
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Processor Arithmetic:

87.1 + 113.18 + 67 = 267.28

Multi-Media:

247.17 + 222.18 + 275 + 156 = 900.35

Cryptography:

3 + 6.72 + 1.27 = 10.99

Multicore Efficiency:

10.61 + 31.6 = 42.21

TOTAL: 1220.83

Very nice, thanks bud should be up in a couple minutes.




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


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Alright guys, I finally got a nice stable overclock but theres still a small problem, I'm not sure why but when I'm at full load the voltage is a 1.344 but when the frequency drops to 1.6ghz the voltage goes up to 1.356, the temperatures still go down.


Load:


Idle:



And one last thing, it seems that the instability was caused by my RAM, its perfectly fine when its at 1333mhz but when I use the XMP profile or manually change it to 1600mhz at 1.65v (which is what the manufacturer rated it at) then the system is unstable.

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it's me again ...... i got bored with 4.5ghz and tried a bit more tweaking, so i read a few things in this thread and i've seen more confirmation of this low PLL malarky,

so this time i took it to the extreme, and lowered my vcore 5 notches, and my pll to :


1.7 Booted, 124 bsod within 2 minutes
1.65 Booted, 124 bsod within 2 minutes
1.6 Worker Failed at 2 minutes
1.55 Booted, 124 bsod within 4 minutes
1.5 Worker Failed at 4 minutes
1.45 Worker Failed at 4 minutes
1.40 Failed to boot

(this is 1344 FFT's with 3000MB ram setting)

So i put PLL to 1.45, Bumped vcore 1 notch (because workers were failing), and this time the worker failed at ~ 8 minutes, (no bsod)

Bumped vcore 1 more notch, and i've just passed 15 minutes of this FTT, so i am now 3 notches below my old stable settings by lowering PLL to the extreme (i'd tried increments of 0.0125 last time from 1.7-1.9)

extremely low PLL helps? is this safe?

edit: update, bsod 10 minutes into 1792FFT, bumped one more notch and ill go for 12 hours tonight 2 notches lower is better than nothing i suppose, but if i then up my pll to 1.8 again ill probably still be stable anyway :/
Edited by Roksonixx - 8/22/11 at 9:25pm
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finally i received my replace from intel i am testing this baby i will upload some screen after i finish for now 4.6@1.35v the vcore is going down so is not my final vcore batch L116B978 better than my old
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Originally Posted by Roksonixx View Post
it's me again ...... i got bored with 4.5ghz and tried a bit more tweaking, so i read a few things in this thread and i've seen more confirmation of this low PLL malarky,

so this time i took it to the extreme, and lowered my vcore 5 notches, and my pll to :


1.7 Booted, 124 bsod within 2 minutes
1.65 Booted, 124 bsod within 2 minutes
1.6 Worker Failed at 2 minutes
1.55 Booted, 124 bsod within 4 minutes
1.5 Worker Failed at 4 minutes
1.45 Worker Failed at 4 minutes
1.40 Failed to boot

(this is 1344 FFT's with 3000MB ram setting)

So i put PLL to 1.45, Bumped vcore 1 notch (because workers were failing), and this time the worker failed at ~ 8 minutes, (no bsod)

Bumped vcore 1 more notch, and i've just passed 15 minutes of this FTT, so i am now 3 notches below my old stable settings by lowering PLL to the extreme (i'd tried increments of 0.0125 last time from 1.7-1.9)

extremely low PLL helps? is this safe?

edit: update, bsod 10 minutes into 1792FFT, bumped one more notch and ill go for 12 hours tonight 2 notches lower is better than nothing i suppose, but if i then up my pll to 1.8 again ill probably still be stable anyway :/
low voltages are not unsafe, its high voltages! I run mine well under the 1.80 stock setting, mines at 1.60 and its perfectly fine.
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low voltages are not unsafe, its high voltages! I run mine well under the 1.80 stock setting, mines at 1.60 and its perfectly fine.
it was looking good but it got to 2 notches below before i was just about stable again, add a notch or 2 for the 12 hour test and i was back where i started before lowering pll,

seems im at my lowest
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the difference of 1.8 to 1.6 PLL enabled me to redue my cpu vcore 1 notch...not much but hell of a lot better than nothing

@S4rg - Thats vdroop, voltage always drops from what you entered in bios when your under load on the cpu. Once your no longer under load, the cpu vcore returns to normal. As for temps they will be higher when under load as apposed to idle, even though idle voltage is slightly higher.
Edited by $ilent - 8/23/11 at 6:36am
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