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oh it was so random i can't even remember... only maybe opened an explorer window or something... no load at all, basically.
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Originally Posted by sh4dow;15032048 
oh it was so random i can't even remember... only maybe opened an explorer window or something... no load at all, basically.

it is more than likely the C states, I've forgotton how they're suppose to be configured on asrock mobos. It's somewhere in this thread lol doh.gif

Try contacting Fuloran1 here, he may remember: http://www.overclock.net/member.php?u=65941

Could you remind me what options are available under "Package C State Support".

Thanks

EDIT:

update your bios to the latest version and set the C states like this and hopefully that should sort it out:

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One last thing, now that you know you require 1.320v for your overclock, it might be a better idea to use OFFset voltage. Take a look at some of the BIOS templates available in the spreadsheet to get an idea.
Edited by munaim1 - 9/22/11 at 6:19pm
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alright, i'll give that a shot, thanks smile.gif
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Here is my new overclock. I upped the CPUv by 1 notch just for fun. However, as you can see, it passed 31.5 hours of P95.

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Edit: LOL! Crap... I forgot to change the CPU-Z on the bottom to memory...
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I'll add it in a moment, your old one is still available in the 'old' sheet where you can make your own comparison between each of your overclocks, kinda like your own little database smile.gif

adding it now thumb.gif

By the way which one would you like to appear in the main sheets, the 4.8ghz or the 4.5ghz?

EDIT:

Im going to add the 4.5ghz to the old section as the other is a higher overclock.

EDIT2:

Also added your 4.5ghz BIOS template. Thanks bud for contributing and sharing your overclocking data +rep
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Meh, I don't really care. Whichever is less work for you.
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Meh, I don't really care. Whichever is less work for you.

Lol, dude, which was the ambient temperature when you were priming? (more or less, arround, about tongue.gif )
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It was more than 75f as my space heater never kicked in. I woke with a very light sweat because I forgot to leave my door to my room open so cool air could circulate. Usually under load testing, I keep my room at 62f. But the testing never did get that hot. The majority of the time, the peak temps of the CPU didn't go over 58c.

Why do you ask, Overclocker.Monster?
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Originally Posted by munaim1;15027573 
Leave the PLL voltage where it is now and continue tweaking the VTT. Apparently the 1792 is one of the hardest FFT's for Sandy so running a standard blend may not be consistant especially when your doing tests.

If the the 1344 or 1792 start showing signs of inconsistancy, scrap them and use the custom blend with 90% of available RAM. Start again from 1.15v then work up or down and see which value increases stability. I would say that around 1.125v should be enough VTT, PLL is a weird one, start working your way up from 1.5v. Do one thing at a time and record the data in notepad or something. Leave vcore where it is and hopefully without increasing it we can tweak the other's to get the ctable settings.
I'm over 9 hours into a Blend test right now with 1.15V VTT and 1.3V Vcore.
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Originally Posted by Ellis;15035476 
I'm over 9 hours into a Blend test right now with 1.15V VTT and 1.3V Vcore.

I would be interested in seeing your BIOS screenshots when your done with a full 24 hour Prime95. >.>
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