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yah..you ram is fine..set the vdroop to low..and use offset voltage..the voltage changes due to eist...it clocks down...saving power..and temps..if you want it wide open ..disable eist/c1/c3/c6 all cstuff..oh..make sure your ram is @ the correct voltage...
 
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Do I have to be in offset to see my proper vid ? Mine says 1.2610. Isn't that too low ? Now its skipping around again.....aaaanndd screw this noise. Back to manual.

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You will have to set it on offset and put it under load to find the VID, use realtemp like so:



Once you have the VID for that multiplier, use the negative or positve to add or reduce that offset to effect vcore. For example the VID in realtemp shows 1.356v but you need 1.4v for your overclock, use the + and increase the offset value by 0.034v.

THe voltage will fluctuate, that is normal, however when you put the cpu under load that's when it should really be at one value (slight fluctuations aroudn that value though)


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Thank you, I am trying this now.

BTW, I don't have an option for high VDroop, just low and auto. I tried setting it to low now..

My DRAM voltage is supposed to be 1.5V I think, but am not sure. Does this sound correct?

I also noticed something else in my SPD tab in CPU-Z. My timings are supposed to be 9-9-9-24, but it doesn't seem to be right in CPU-Z as seen below:



Is that normal?

under SPD and XMP the ram shows 1600mhz and so does cpu-z so that's fine. Remember cpu-z will only show the clock rate of the RAM (800mhz) not the effective clock (1600mhz), all you do is 800 x 2 = 1600, DDDR = Double Data Rate. If the XMP shows the tRas as 25 and the SPD shows 24, then set the timings manually to whatever the stock is supose to be and that is probably 24 not 25, sometimes the XMP doesn't work correctly.

If your having difficulty overclocking, post screenshots of your BIOS please so that we can have a look at all the settings that are available to you.




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yah..you ram is fine..set the vdroop to low..and use offset voltage..the voltage changes due to eist...it clocks down...saving power..and temps..if you want it wide open ..disable eist/c1/c3/c6 all cstuff..oh..make sure your ram is @ the correct voltage...
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under SPD and XMP the ram shows 1600mhz and so does cpu-z so that's fine. Remember cpu-z will only show the clock rate of the RAM (800mhz) not the effective clock (1600mhz), all you do is 800 x 2 = 1600, DDDR = Double Data Rate. If the XMP shows the tRas as 25 and the SPD shows 24, then set the timings manually to whatever the stock is supose to be and that is probably 24 not 25, sometimes the XMP doesn't work correctly.

If your having difficulty overclocking, post screenshots of your BIOS please so that we can have a look at all the settings that are available to you.
Yeah I wasn't worried about the clock rate of the RAM, because like you said it's DDR. I was more concerned about the discrepancies in the timing.

I'll def. go to my BIOS to set the timing manually then, but will probably need some assistance for that. I'll post screens later. Thanks again!
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hey guys im new to overclocking and whatnot but i believe this is an accurate 4.6GHZ

heres my setup but im very nervous about my settings what numbers are you guys looking for i will post what mine are at and any recomendations you guys have for me

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2026193

theres the validation, i would like to run 4.8Ghz Stable, if you guys could help me out that would be awsome

all system specs are in my sig any questions just ask!

thanks OCN!

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Post screenshots of your BIOS so that we can see what you have done already^^.
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^^ what are the key screen shots you guys are looking for?
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^^ what are the key screen shots you guys are looking for?
These ones: http://www.overclock.net/14867646-post3642.html

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Yeah I wasn't worried about the clock rate of the RAM, because like you said it's DDR. I was more concerned about the discrepancies in the timing.

I'll def. go to my BIOS to set the timing manually then, but will probably need some assistance for that. I'll post screens later. Thanks again!
As I had an MSI P67 G43 board before my current Z68 GD65, I did a lot of testing at various speeds with my 2500K.
Your Vdroop Control should be set at Low Vdroop.
I always stay away from using the XMP setting for my G.Skill ram, as munaim 1 said, set your timings manually, just change your Dram Timing Mode to Link, then go into Advanced Dram Configuration and set the first five items to 2T, 9, 9, 9, 24.
I set the Dram Frequency to 1600MHz.
For the Dram Voltage I set it at 1.507v. in the bios.

Edit:
Looking over your posted bios screenshots, I'll also add the settings that are different from your posted settings, that I had, and still use, if you wish to try any of them as well.
I have mine at 4.8GHz, but I'll leave your Cpu Core Voltage where it is at 1.340v. for the 45x multi for your 4.5GHz target overclock.

EIST: disabled
X.M.P.: disabled
Dram Timing Mode: Link
Vdroop Control: Low Vdroop
Dram Voltage: 1.507v.

C1E Support: disabled
Overspeed Protection: disabled

EUP 2103: disabled


That is what worked for me with the G43 board. Many like to keep C1E and/or Speedstep enabled, so the cpu isn't running at the overclocked speed at idle, that's up to you.

There are some other settings I use for the Z68 board now, but I don't think they were available in the G43 bios settings, such as the PLL Voltage (not PLL Overvoltage), CPU I/O Voltage, and System Agent Voltage.
Any further settings please ask.
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Change the timing mode to manual.

Disable PPL OV and the two settings under it.

You need to change VDroop control to high? I don't know that motherboards BIOS well.

For the time being set your vCore to 1.4v. This won't hurt your CPU and will give you a good starting point and you can just lower and lower the voltage as it passes test.

Set your DRAM Voltage to what it should be.

I hope this helps!
Thank you so much! I'm on 19 and a half hours and counting of Prime95 testing with no crash right now. Now I'm going to start turning down the vCore incrementally to find out where the minimum is.

I suspect that the crashes were caused by my VDroop control.

Thanks again! It feels so great to pass the 16 hour mark finally after going at this for weeks

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As I had an MSI P67 G43 board before my current Z68 GD65, I did a lot of testing at various speeds with my 2500K.
Your Vdroop Control should be set at Low Vdroop.
I always stay away from using the XMP setting for my G.Skill ram, as munaim 1 said, set your timings manually, just change your Dram Timing Mode to Link, then go into Advanced Dram Configuration and set the first five items to 2T, 9, 9, 9, 24.
I set the Dram Frequency to 1600MHz.
For the Dram Voltage I set it at 1.507v. in the bios.

Edit:
Looking over your posted bios screenshots, I'll also add the settings that are different from your posted settings, that I had, and still use, if you wish to try any of them as well.
I have mine at 4.8GHz, but I'll leave your Cpu Core Voltage where it is at 1.340v. for the 45x multi for your 4.5GHz target overclock.

EIST: disabled
X.M.P.: disabled
Dram Timing Mode: Link
Vdroop Control: Low Vdroop
Dram Voltage: 1.507v.

C1E Support: disabled
Overspeed Protection: disabled

EUP 2103: disabled


That is what worked for me with the G43 board. Many like to keep C1E and/or Speedstep enabled, so the cpu isn't running at the overclocked speed at idle, that's up to you.

There are some other settings I use for the Z68 board now, but I don't think they were available in the G43 bios settings, such as the PLL Voltage (not PLL Overvoltage), CPU I/O Voltage, and System Agent Voltage.
Any further settings please ask.
Thanks! I will definitely change my RAM settings manually. I think the RAM is for 1.5V so should I go one increment above or below that? Because 1.5V isn't an option for DRAM Voltage.

I think I would like to turn on C1E on so that the CPU can throttle down when it's at idle. Thanks again for the help!
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