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Standard blend test. Accepted ?

I got a bit of a problem tho; my ram aren't running at specs and it was only when I lowered the ram speed to 1333mhz w/ auto timings this 28hr blend became possible. Normally the ram are rated for 1600mhz, 8-8-8-24-2N @ 1.5v but no matter what I did I'd get rounding errors in Prime. And setting vccio @ 1.1v only made the problem worse (3 workers simultaneously failed instead of the usual 1). I guess I should up the vdimm, but how much? I wouldn't wanna ruin them.
Have you tried running it at 9-10-9-28 with more than 1.5v?
You can start from 1.60 and move down.
Or you can loosen the timings more like 10-11-10-28 and see.
Memory timings have minimum impact on the overall performance.
But the speed (1333, 1600, 1866, 2133) does affect the performance.
SO anyway to make it run higher speed is always better than lowering the speed and tightening the timings.
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I haven't tried at those loose timings, no. I'll be sure to do so. My main concern is getting what I paid for really, but if it turns out it's just, say, 1.52v I need to bump the voltage to I'll save corsair and myself the RMA process

Anyway I was just making sure if the RAM was ok getting a bit more voltage, as I have no experience in overclocking/overvolting ram.

Psh, I guess more experimentation is needed :/
    
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Took some pictures of what my bios looks like updated for 4.5 GHz, and here they are!









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I haven't tried at those loose timings, no. I'll be sure to do so. My main concern is getting what I paid for really, but if it turns out it's just, say, 1.52v I need to bump the voltage to I'll save corsair and myself the RMA process

Anyway I was just making sure if the RAM was ok getting a bit more voltage, as I have no experience in overclocking/overvolting ram.

Psh, I guess more experimentation is needed :/
Ram OC is harder than CPU OC. You basically have to find the sweet spot of your particular RAM set.
All about trial and error.
Takes long time if you really want to make the RAM OC stable at higher clock.
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i5 2500k
4.4
vcore 1.375
ppl 1.800
vtt 1.050
is this vcore save for 24/7
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i5 2500k
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vcore 1.375
ppl 1.800
vtt 1.050
is this vcore save for 24/7
Max vcore for SB is 1.52v.
If you are on air, I wouldn't go more than 1.42v
For CPU temp, at 95c it throttles down and 98c it shuts off.
Reaching 80c in stress tests are fine.
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Max vcore for SB is 1.52v.
If you are on air, I wouldn't go more than 1.42v
For CPU temp, at 95c it throttles down and 98c it shuts off.
Reaching 80c in stress tests are fine.
my cpu coler is anteck 620 high temp is 67 even win a rise my vcore up to 1.47 and clock it 4.7

what about this post
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...-voltages.html

max vcore 1.35 !!!!

and one more think
This My 2 Settings

4.4
vcore 1.375
LLC DISPLY
stable
-----------
4.4
vcore 1.33
LLC level 4
stable

What is the difference between these settings
and What is the best between them in terms of energy consumption, voltage
post #3298 of 10699
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my cpu coler is anteck 620 high temp is 67 even win a rise my vcore up to 1.47 and clock it 4.7

what about this post
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...-voltages.html

max vcore 1.35 !!!!

and one more think
This My 2 Settings

4.4
vcore 1.375
LLC DISPLY
stable
-----------
4.4
vcore 1.33
LLC level 4
stable

What is the difference between these settings
and What is the best between them in terms of energy consumption, voltage

Intel says it's 1.52 so you believe him or intel, it's up to you.
But this doesn't mean you can 24/7 100% load safe @1.52.
That is the max voltage VID including load spike.
So for an average you want to keep it under 1.42v for air.
Since that will give you pretty high heat anyway.

A lot of people have good luck with LLC at level 2 above 4.6GHz.
Mine is at Level2 as well with 1.385v @ 4.8GHz for 24/7.
And you can probably lower your vcore with LLC at level2.
Avoid level 1 for just to be safe.
For LLC, this explains it.
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Intel says it's 1.52 so you believe him or intel, it's up to you.
But this doesn't mean you can 24/7 100% load safe @1.52.
That is the max voltage VID including load spike.
So for an average you want to keep it under 1.42v for air.
Since that will give you pretty high heat anyway.

A lot of people have good luck with LLC at level 2 above 4.6GHz.
Mine is at Level2 as well with 1.385v @ 4.8GHz for 24/7.
And you can probably lower your vcore with LLC at level2.
Avoid level 1 for just to be safe.
For LLC, this explains it.
thanks a lot man
i will Test your settings 1.38 level 2

can you post a link from intel web site for the max vcore
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thanks a lot man
i will Test your settings 1.38 level 2

can you post a link from intel web site for the max vcore
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/...datasheet.html

go to page 78.
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