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post #4261 of 10702
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Hi all.

Am I able to join?

Looks great man, but I'm wondering what cooler you are using. (it's part of the documentation needed, just paste it into the screenie) Your temps seem awfully high for that voltage. Is it the stock cooler?
post #4262 of 10702
Sorry... Try this instead.

I don't have prime95 or real temp running any more. The cooler I'm using is the ALC240 from CoolIT in a push/pull config.

It's been really hot in my room (been away on exercise for a few days) and the window has been shut.

Edited by Extr3me_Rob - 9/29/11 at 12:28pm
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Holy Molly 82 hours
Lol, didn't see that. I guess it's stable!
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Holy Molly 82 hours
Yeah... Been away for a few days and just left it on. Only just got back in 30mins ago and realised I'd left the window closed. It feels like 26-27°C in here... (whoops)
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Sorry... Try this instead.

I don't have prime95 or real temp running any more. The cooler I'm using is the ALC240 from CoolIT in a push/pull config.

It's been really hot in my room (been away on exercise for a few days) and the window has been shut.
Wow.... I'll add it in a sec. Please take the time to ad the sig and maybe even share your BIOS settings in this format:

Grab your sig and wear it proudly

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[CENTER][SIZE="3"][B][THREAD=968053][FONT="Book Antiqua"][:clock:] The Sandy STABLE Club [:clock:][/FONT][/THREAD][/B][/SIZE][/CENTER] 


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BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones im after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page

here's an example: http://www.overclock.net/14867646-post3642.html


Thanks again for contributing, it should be in a minute or so.
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Awesome! Thanks very much. I will post my BIOS screenies on for you guys tomorrow. Been up for 20hours now and I really need some sleep. (...and for my room to cool down.)
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I didn't even had to bench, I noticed that access / loading times were considerably slower when playing Crysis & Metro2033.
When I got my board, I read this too and thought 'what nonsense'.. or at least misinformation.

Owning a Vertex2 I can say that enabling C3 and C6 will slow it down (4k writes especially) and though the M4s on my current build are not affected to the same extent, the SATA throughput is not crippled by disabling C3 and C6. I only checked using AS-SSD and access times don't change either way, if you want I guess Anvil gives more information to prove this either way.

add: you can run 3DMark11 which shows smaller score if you enable C3 and C6 so it does have an impact (negative).
Edited by error-id10t - 9/29/11 at 5:14pm
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Yup I can attest to the C3-C6 states lowering throughput of SSDs.

Below are some tests I did earlier with my previous SATA II SSD (Corsair Force120).

WITHOUT C3-C6 states:


WITH C3-C6 states:


The drop is even greater w/ SATA III.

As you can see, though, only my writes are getting handicapped, but at 216MB/s it's pretty fast anyway, so I guess it's only almost a nobrainer. Other sysconfigs may yield different results, so you should test it yourself on your system altho generally I ALWAYS disable C-states while overclocking since I just don't see the need for them.

    
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Hey guys I'm going to be trying to get my RAM OC'd today. I have the blue Gskill Ripjaws X 1600 CL8 8Gb 1.5v kit. As I understand it the only voltages I should need to adjust are the vDIMM is I choose and likely the VCCIO as I get higher frequencies. I also think I've heard to keep the VCCIO within .5 volts of the VDIMM but that shouldn't be a problem seeing as I don't intend on going over the 1.57v intel specs for the VDIMM. Anything else I need to know, other options I might need to change, or what I should expect to require on my two voltages for 1866Mhz? How about 2133Mhz? Thanks very much

EDIT: Oh I do know that I'll have to change my RAM timings, and I think I've got a decent idea of where I need to go for 1866Mhz at least and can probably guesstimate what I'll need if I shoot for 2133Mhz, but as far as settings I just meant anything else I ought to know other than VCCIO and VDIMM?
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