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Originally Posted by BradleyW;14685401 
Someone is saying my temps are too high and they have a similar cooler and at 4.5Ghz. May need to reseat.
Just checked the spreadsheet.
franktitude 4600.2mhz 1.312v 13hrs 72-76-77-72 AIR - Noctua NH-D14 2600k HT
I will use this as a template.

Well dont forget it has to go by your case enviroment too. Congrats on getting the parts though and i await with anticipation to see how high an overclock you can get tongue.gif

My temps at 1.43v and 4.8ghz under p95 were 70C max, even beating some watercooling setups wink.gif
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Thanks!

Just checked, LLC is set to Ultra high but the vcore was actually 1.430 in the bios haha. I could had sworn it was at 1.425

As for the high vcore I went about 9hrs with blend and 7gb ram at 1.420 before blue screen, so I just bumped the vcore (twice apparently ).

lol, sometimes what happens is that prime will bsod and it's not really because it's unstable, it could be because of a background process contributing to the BSOD, for example windows update many times caused my rig to bsod during a prime run. One other driver which, nearly all the time is overlooked, is the GPU driver. The error codes lists in the first page is a great indicator, however it's not going to be 100%.

Already I believe that the error 124 is not just the VTT but too much/too little PLL.

Read the Tips and info section in the first page for more details.



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Well dont forget it has to go by your case enviroment too. Congrats on getting the parts though and i await with anticipation to see how high an overclock you can get

My temps at 1.43v and 4.8ghz under p95 were 70C max, even beating some watercooling setups
LOL that's because, that is the only time we like British weather, when we can say things like that!!!

Are we gonna see a 12hour blend soon?
Edited by munaim1 - 8/23/11 at 9:33am
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LOL that's because, that is the only time we like British weather, when we can say things like that!!!

Are we gonna see a 12hour blend soon?
Tonight is the night for that! I just updated my bios to 1850 so im gonna see if that helps ta all with stability and maybe i can try lowering some voltages?

Also I have version 280.26 gpu driver on my gtx 465, is that a good one?
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my sandybridge at 4.4 v1.375 qpi 1.060 pll 1.800 llc display full stable
i5 2500k
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Tonight is the night for that! I just updated my bios to 1850 so im gonna see if that helps ta all with stability and maybe i can try lowering some voltages?

Also I have version 280.26 gpu driver on my gtx 465, is that a good one?

I just updated my BIOS yesterday, so far so good. Hit the REVIEW - MOD - PROJECT buttion for my Nvidia driver review's.




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my sandybridge at 4.4 v1.375 qpi 1.060 pll 1.800 llc display full stable
i5 2500k

ummm okay?? maybe a screenshot?



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Rules

SiSoftware Sandra Benching is open to everyone, info below the rules is available


1. 12 HOURS+ STANDARD BLEND or CUSTOM BLEND with ATLEAST 90% of YOUR AVAILABLE RAM used

***Check with task manager/performance tab/physical memory for how much AVAILABLE RAM you have***
***To do Custom BLEND and JUST change the amount of RAM from 1600 to 90% of your available***
***All workers must be visible (hit the windows tab between options and help in prime and select tile)***



2. MUST have a screenie WHILE UNDER LOAD with your OCN name (notepad etc), CPU-Z 1.57.1 or *1.58* and REALTEMP 3.67 ONLY!!

***REALTEMP must show the duration of how long it's running!!!***
***Z68 GIGABYTE MUST ALSO SHOW EASYTUNE6 (last tab - hwMonitor) or HWiNFO FOR VCORE***



3. LIST YOUR COOLING (notepad etc) and provide screenie of RAM, VOLTAGE, MOBO INFO via cpu-z and TASK MANAGER.

***TASK MANAGER only if your running custom blend, make sure you show Prime95 process.***



4. Must have a mild overclock 4ghz+


All submissions must follow a similar template like this!!!!
(This is mine before a few rules got amended)

CLICK HERE


IF YOU ANY PROBLEMS WITH THESE RULES PM ME OR POST IT HERE





Stability is hugely subjective, for example leaving a 20/30 tabs open and playing bfbc2 with fraps will surely drain the available RAM, that for someone could be everday usage.

Taking that into account I find that being able to stay stable for scenerio's like that, decreases your chances of getting any kind of bsod, therefore 'MORE' stability, which might be overkill to some but desirable for plenty of people.

On that note, those that have passed the blend run at 1600mb are stable for how they run their rig, for example, gaming 24/7 bfbc2 with no problems, however, it 'may' not be stable for high ram usage scenerio's which could be unlikely for some as they won't be running fraps and have 20/30 tabs open in the background because that's not how they run their rig.

Once you have done a 12hour+ blend whether it be custom or standard blend, there won't be a need to run it again and im pretty certain that you won't get a bsod that relates to unstability of your overclock.

There will ALWAYS be different opinons about this whole stability issue.

This is JUST the stable club, whether you go for, a standard blend or a custom blend you should be stable for what you use it for, stability is stability for your own use. If standard doesn't work for you, then go ahead and do a custom blend, that's the way I see it.

This is the stable thread, that's means general stability and extreme stability, both are included, however those with 8gb+ should really want to be using custom blend rather than normal blend (1600mb)
BUT ITS TOTALLY UPTO YOU!!!

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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.



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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.
Does vdroop decrease the life of a processor alot? Because I was hoping to use this for atleast 3-4 years.
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my sandybridge at 4.4 v1.375 qpi 1.060 pll 1.800 llc display full stable
i5 2500k
Where's ya proof son?!?!?


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Does vdroop decrease the life of a processor alot? Because I was hoping to use this for atleast 3-4 years.
No, it will not decrease the life of your proc, just make sure your voltages and temps are reasonable.
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hmm so no difference in vcore lowering abilities.

MY settings are:

VCCSA - 0.925
VCCIO - 1.15
PLL - 1.16125
PCH - 1.05
VCORE - 1.43
DDR - 1.65

Besides increasing vcore, is there any other setting that might help me overcome one failing worker?

I have tried going up and down when getting x124 BSOD on the PLL, so im pretty much confident its not gonna help changing that.

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Does vdroop decrease the life of a processor alot? Because I was hoping to use this for atleast 3-4 years.
No if it anything it increases the life of a processor by having less volts running through it.
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Well dont forget it has to go by your case enviroment too. Congrats on getting the parts though and i await with anticipation to see how high an overclock you can get

My temps at 1.43v and 4.8ghz under p95 were 70C max, even beating some watercooling setups
Thanks for the congrats. I did a reseat. Bios reports 39c now rather than 45 but i think it's cooled down a bit too so looks like it was just the environment. I do believe the reseat has helped though. Gonna try 4.5Ghz tonight and work from there. Speak soon guy's!
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Won't flash my bios. It says the file selected is not EFI.
I DL'ed the asusp8p67pro1850.ROM file and put it on C\\:

Edit: Fixed. Put it on a fat32 format USB. It can't read ROM files from NTFS.
Edited by BradleyW - 8/23/11 at 12:34pm
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