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I would almost guarentee it's because of the GPU's lol. Your ambients seems fine and your temps coudl be better, but I don;t think there is much more that you could do. Try reducing the PLL voltage further, work your way up from 1.5v, if you can find a value that is less then 1.65v then thought should help temps.
I will obey. I'll get my vcc down lower, and then work on my PLL. I noticed there was some magical balance between the two when I was OCing last run. I hadn't tried going lower than 1.7 on the PLL honestly. I'll have a look see and get back to you peoples.
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Okay, I set offset to +0.2V, turned off C3/C6 and turned on EIST and C1E, and entered Windows.

Voltage was reading at 1.15-1.16V at idle, pressed run on Prime95 Blend and got an instant crash. No lock-up, no BSoD, my PC just instantly switched off and restarted itself.

What do?

increase the offset bud, 0.2v is certainly not enough. Try 0.50, by the way what is your LLC set to?


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I will obey. I'll get my vcc down lower, and then work on my PLL. I noticed there was some magical balance between the two when I was OCing last run. I hadn't tried going lower than 1.7 on the PLL honestly. I'll have a look see and get back to you peoples.
What is your vccio currently on? some have found stability at the 1.1 mark or less.
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What is your vccio currently on? some have found stability at the 1.1 mark or less.
Will have to get back to you on that as well. I'm at work atm, but I'm gonna play around with it some when I get home in a few hours. More to follow.
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increase the offset bud, 0.2v is certainly not enough. Try 0.50, by the way what is your LLC set to?




What is your vccio currently on? some have found stability at the 1.1 mark or less.
You told me to set it to 0.2V

LLC is set to level 4 right now

EDIT: The maximum value is +0.48V.

EDIT 2: I set it to +0.35V and it's reading 1.5V in the BIOS - it crashed at the Windows loading screen. I don't mean to be rude, but I'm fairly sure you're getting something quite wrong here.
Edited by Ellis - 9/21/11 at 10:49am
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I am still having problems getting my 4.5Ghz stable.
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You told me to set it to 0.2V

LLC is set to level 4 right now

EDIT: The maximum value is +0.48V.

EDIT 2: I set it to +0.35V and it's reading 1.5V in the BIOS - it crashed at the Windows loading screen. I don't mean to be rude, but I'm fairly sure you're getting something quite wrong here.
sorry bud, I thought you had the same mobo as me

How many levels of LLC do you have, if 10, then I believe that 6/7 works better. In regards to OFFSET work your way up from 0.2v, in what increments does it go up?

I also read that LLC gets disabled or something along those lines when using offset on gigabyte mobo's, not sure if that applies to your's.

Also mine is set to 0.150+ and llc high and my voltage under load is 1.472/1.480.

Could you post a screenie of your bios please.

EDIT

One more thing leave C1E and EiST (Speedstep) on.


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I am still having problems getting my 4.5Ghz stable.
whats wrong with the 4.8ghz stable? what problems are you having with 4.5?
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sorry bud, I thought you had the same mobo as me

How many levels of LLC do you have, if 10, then I believe that 6/7 works better. In regards to OFFSET work your way up from 0.2v, in what increments does it go up?

I also read that LLC gets disabled or something along those lines when using offset on gigabyte mobo's, not sure if that applies to your's.

Also mine is set to 0.150+ and llc high and my voltage under load is 1.472/1.480.

Could you post a screenie of your bios please.




whats wrong with the 4.8ghz stable? what problems are you having with 4.5?
No worries, I don't expect you to remember every setting on every different motherboard.

I have 10 levels of LLC, it was set to level 4 but I've just realised that it is greyed out now that I have offset voltage enabled.

Also, I tried using +0.09V which resulted in a 1.31V Vcore under light load in Windows, and instead of a complete shutdown when running Prime95, I got a lock-up followed by a 124 BSoD, which I guess is progress. But ~1.31V is completely stable in manual mode, or at the very least stable enough to withstand a good length of Prime95 - no instant lock-ups at all.

Offset goes up in increments of 0.005V.

Here's the voltage control page of the BIOS, let me know if you want pictures of other pages:



EDIT: Yeah, C1E and EIST are set to enabled.
Edited by Ellis - 9/21/11 at 11:15am
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You told me to set it to 0.2V

LLC is set to level 4 right now

EDIT: The maximum value is +0.48V.

EDIT 2: I set it to +0.35V and it's reading 1.5V in the BIOS - it crashed at the Windows loading screen. I don't mean to be rude, but I'm fairly sure you're getting something quite wrong here.
If ur going to use offset first identify ur VID @ 4.8 Ghz. (thats CPU-s scaling Voltage)
1. @ MULTI 48 set offset to +0.005V
2. set LLC to force constant Vcore(the one that gives u constant VCORE should be 2-find it in motherboard manual)
3. save and exit bios
4. enter bios again and read ur Vcore value(that is VID voltage)
5. from there bump up the Vcore 1 step at a time till u boot to Win
6. test with Prime95 for stability

LLC is good against spikes but u can set it to higher levels after u get a stable OC on offset voltage. just dont forget to add Vcore once u add more LLC

AND NEVER ADD 0.50 V @ offset cause it gives u max Voltage cca 1.88V at multi 48
it will kill ur cpu(i think munami was talking about 0.050V)
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No worries, I don't expect you to remember every setting on every different motherboard.

I have 10 levels of LLC, it was set to level 4 but I've just realised that it is greyed out now that I have offset voltage enabled.

Also, I tried using +0.09V which resulted in a 1.31V Vcore under light load in Windows, and instead of a complete shutdown when running Prime95, I got a lock-up followed by a 124 BSoD, which I guess is progress. But ~1.31V is completely stable in manual mode, or at the very least stable enough to withstand a good length of Prime95 - no instant lock-ups at all.

Offset goes up in increments of 0.005V.

Here's the voltage control page of the BIOS, let me know if you want pictures of other pages:

So it does disable LLC on your's aswell. I read somewhere that a Beta BIOS was released and tackles that 'issue' but not sure about that.

LLC controls would be more desirable when using offset especially when the voltage drops to a certain amount and then jumps back up again and vice versa, one coudl say that using manual is better in that instance, however reducing the LLC and increasing the voltage would work better but unfortunatly it seems that those controls are not available.
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So it does disable LLC on your's aswell. I read somewhere that a Beta BIOS was released and tackles that 'issue' but not sure about that.

LLC controls would be more desirable when using offset especially when the voltage drops to a certain amount and then jumps back up again and vice versa, one coudl say that using manual is better in that instance, however reducing the LLC and increasing the voltage would work better but unfortunatly it seems that those controls are not available.
Hmm. Perhaps I'll look into using one of the beta BIOS versions. What should I try now though?
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