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Looks like someone missed my post, kindly add this please. Thanks
Sorry but the pic is not loading for some reason, can you post it as an attachment. Thanks
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Probably because it's absolutely enormous.

Don't you need to use RealTemp 3.67 though, instead of 3.60?

Anyway, I've got 4.6GHz stable (so far - 20 minutes of 1344K FFTs and 20 minutes of 1792K FFTs) with 1.33V. Temps aren't really any different to how they were at 1.30V. Going to try for 4.7GHz now.
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Probably because it's absolutely enormous.

Don't you need to use RealTemp 3.67 though, instead of 3.60?

Anyway, I've got 4.6GHz stable (so far - 20 minutes of 1344K FFTs and 20 minutes of 1792K FFTs) with 1.33V. Temps aren't really any different to how they were at 1.30V. Going to try for 4.7GHz now.
lol yeah it is (4960x1600) and I just viewed the screenshot, 3.67+ realtemp is a must.

Sorry kin0kin but I think that's why it wasn't added. please refer to the OP for the rules.


@Ellis

Nice one, sounds like you're making good progress, let us know if you need any help
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Struggling a bit with 4.7GHz - I figured this would be where things started to get tricky. Currently: LLC level 6 with voltage set to 1.32V in BIOS, goes up to about 1.36V under load but seems to hit around 1.38V idle (any way to stop this?)

QPI/VTT 1.1V
PLL 1.7V
DRAM 1.6V

But I keep getting 124 BSoDs when running Prime95. What would you recommend?
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Struggling a bit with 4.7GHz - I figured this would be where things started to get tricky. Currently: LLC level 6 with voltage set to 1.32V in BIOS, goes up to about 1.36V under load but seems to hit around 1.38V idle (any way to stop this?)

QPI/VTT 1.1V
PLL 1.7V
DRAM 1.6V

But I keep getting 124 BSoDs when running Prime95. What would you recommend?
LLC 6?? looks like voltage spike to me. Like I explained before, LLC is there to reduce the vdroop and compensate the voltage under load, certain settings, usually the high ones, will spike the voltage above what is set in the BIOS which is NOT a good idea. Lower the LLC and make sure the load voltage is as close to what you set in the bios as possible, use the llc settings to do that. If you have to increase the vcore rather than the LLC, that only if you require a certain amount of voltage for a specific overclock.


After you done the LLC bit, report back if you continue getting the 124 error we can look into it further.
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LLC 6?? looks like voltage spike to me. Like I explained before, LLC is there to reduce the vdroop and compensate the voltage under load, certain settings, usually the high ones, will spike the voltage above what is set in the BIOS which is NOT a good idea. Lower the LLC and make sure the load voltage is as close to what you set in the bios as possible, use the llc settings to do that. If you have to increase the vcore rather than the LLC, that only if you require a certain amount of voltage for a specific overclock.


After you done the LLC bit, report back if you continue getting the 124 error we can look into it further.
Will do. The issue is, if I (for instance) set the Vcore to 1.33V and the LLC to level 4, I often seem to get around 1.33V under load, which is great, but then something like 1.36V at idle. Those are just random figures, but that's the kind of concept of what happens.

EDIT: With Vcore set to 1.34V, level 4 LLC gives me 1.31V under load, level 5 LLC gives me 1.36V under load. I thought level 5 was supposed to be more or less even (no vGain or vDroop) but it seems to give a fair amount of vGain, which is annoying.
Edited by Ellis - 9/12/11 at 1:37pm
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Will do. The issue is, if I (for instance) set the Vcore to 1.33V and the LLC to level 4, I often seem to get around 1.33V under load, which is great, but then something like 1.36V at idle. Those are just random figures, but that's the kind of concept of what happens.
that's fine as long as the LOAD voltage is not more. Reducing the LLC will help control / maintain the voltage more. However it's not going to matter much if after finding your overclock you decide to use OFFSET voltage.
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See the edit in my previous post, looks like I was a bit wrong. And yeah, after I've found out what level of overclock I'm happy with, I'll use offset voltage to keep things under control at idle.

So basically, it's better for me to use, say, level 4 LLC with 1.37V in the BIOS, which gives perhaps 1.34V load and 1.38V idle, and it's not going to be an issue about the higher idle voltage? It's just load that I need to watch?
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See the edit in my previous post, looks like I was a bit wrong. And yeah, after I've found out what level of overclock I'm happy with, I'll use offset voltage to keep things under control at idle.

So basically, it's better for me to use, say, level 4 LLC with 1.37V in the BIOS, which gives perhaps 1.34V load and 1.38V idle, and it's not going to be an issue about the higher idle voltage? It's just load that I need to watch?
Yes it's better to use less LLC and a touch more vcore than 'more' LLC and less vcore. Higher idle voltage is not really that important, especially when it's 0.01 or so, the wattage and current during idle is something like 7-15watts. lol
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It was more the issue of not really wanting to pump that much voltage through the chip, although I'll see about using offset voltage once I've got a decent stable overclock.

I'll let you know how I get on

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