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Hmm. Perhaps I'll look into using one of the beta BIOS versions. What should I try now though?
Take a look at this place: http://www.jzelectronic.de/jz2/index...FjdD1BbnplaWdl

I've only just discovered it but I THINK they mod bioses to include latest Intel OROM and apparently also ROM for the Realtek NIC. I also ASSUME that when they write "fix coldboot+DVID" that LLC works with dvid. I couldn't imagine what else they could "fix" about dvid.

I'd try the bioses myself, but I just got a new SandForce SSD and should I get the dreaded problems with these drives, I don't want the OC/beta bios to be more variables in the equation. And, frankly, I may need a little break from staring at BSOD's and prime95 and actually use the computer

Anyway, it's up to you if you want to take the risk
    
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Take a look at this place: http://www.jzelectronic.de/jz2/index...FjdD1BbnplaWdl

I've only just discovered it but I THINK they mod bioses to include latest Intel OROM and apparently also ROM for the Realtek NIC. I also ASSUME that when they write "fix coldboot+DVID" that LLC works with dvid. I couldn't imagine what else they could "fix" about dvid.

I'd try the bioses myself, but I just got a new SandForce SSD and should I get the dreaded problems with these drives, I don't want the OC/beta bios to be more variables in the equation. And, frankly, I may need a little break from staring at BSOD's and prime95 and actually use the computer

Anyway, it's up to you if you want to take the risk
Thanks for the link, looks like they're only for X58 boards, although I might be wrong.

I wish I could find a changelog for the F6b BIOS for my board.
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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)
yeah that's exactly it, completely forgot to add the .0 before the 50. My heads not working today for some reason


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Hmm. Perhaps I'll look into using one of the beta BIOS versions. What should I try now though?
For now stick with manual voltage. Are you having any particular problems with getting the system stable?
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yeah that's exactly it, completely forgot to add the .0 before the 50. My heads not working today for some reason




For now stick with manual voltage. Are you having any particular problems with getting the system stable?
I'm not, but I just wish there was an easy way of getting the voltage to decrease when idle. It's pretty silly really, it manages perfectly fine with the voltage on automatic, it should be easy to get it to undervolt to 1V or less at idle, and then jump up to 1.3V under load.
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I'm not, but I just wish there was an easy way of getting the voltage to decrease when idle. It's pretty silly really, it manages perfectly fine with the voltage on automatic, it should be easy to get it to undervolt to 1V or less at idle, and then jump up to 1.3V under load.
Im sure gigabyte are working on a bios as we speak and should hopefully be released soon
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Thanks for the link, looks like they're only for X58 boards, although I might be wrong.

I wish I could find a changelog for the F6b BIOS for my board.
Hm, wrong link somehow. Here's the right one: http://www.jzelectronic.de/jz2/forum...ige&wo=27&ze=1

Official beta bioses can be found in this thread: http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...beta-bios.html
(You'll prolly need to search the thread from the end to find the changenotes for your particular bios)

Edit: for your board it says:
GA-Z68XP-UD3P - F6b
-Improve memory compatibility
-06~14.Sep 11
Edited by FoLmEr - 9/21/11 at 12:41pm
    
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Hm, wrong link somehow. Here's the right one: http://www.jzelectronic.de/jz2/forum...ige&wo=27&ze=1

Official beta bioses can be found in this thread: http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...beta-bios.html
(You'll prolly need to search the thread from the end to find the changenotes for your particular bios)

Edit: for your board it says:
GA-Z68XP-UD3P - F6b
-Improve memory compatibility
-06~14.Sep 11
What BIOS are you currently running? Do know which is the most stable / friendlier one out at the moment?

Sorry bud, im still unfamiliar with the Gigabyte mobo's.

One more thing, will the new BIOS allow LLC settings to be functional when using Offset and is there a list of some kind on which mobo's that has this 'issue'?
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I couldn't get lower voltages, with the 4.8.

I keep BSOD with the error 0x124.
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Update on my OC!
4.7 Ghz 15 hrs stable @ 1.384V
At this point the limiting factor is cooling since im on air and i dont want my temps to spike over 80 C.

And Munami1 dont forget to update my ram this time. I have 8 Gb now

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I couldn't get lower voltages, with the 4.8.

I keep BSOD with the error 0x124.
did you try messing around with the vccio or PLL voltage? At what point do you get the 124 error?



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Update on my OC!
4.7 Ghz 15 hrs stable @ 1.384V
At this point the limiting factor is cooling since im on air and i dont want my temps to spike over 80 C.

And Munami1 dont forget to update my ram this time. I have 8 Gb now
Will do bud, thanks again for another submission. +rep

Will be available in the spreadsheet shortly. Great job bud

EDIT:

Your old submissions are still available if you wish to compare voltages and temps against your own overclocks.
Edited by munaim1 - 9/21/11 at 1:37pm
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