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5.4Ghz Voltage 1.435 on Air with Mugen 3 and A/C Cooling. Stable 13hr run.


Highest overlclock so far, but the highest temps aswell!!! That chip definitely has some potential!! 5.4ghz with only 1.435v????????!!!!!! GOLDEN CHIP

GET RID OF THAT AIR COOLER AND PUT THAT POOR BABY UNDER WATER!!!

Adding you right now be sure to adD the sig from the OP when you get a chance, also post your bios settings (via screenshots of your UEFI) like other's have done in the spreadsheet.
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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)





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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These are the steps as I understand them.

1. Set voltage mode to offset +.
2. Set voltage to auto.
3. Boot into Windows at the clock I wish to use.
4. Run prime and record the vid while under 100% load.
5. Add or subtract the difference to get to the desired voltage for your particular Overclock.

When I do this mine goes all the way up to 1.544. This is not cool. Is that normal ? I need to subtract all the way down to 1.4v for that ? 1.4v is what I'm aiming for which is where I'm stable @ 4.7 HT on. It just seems to be a much larger difference than I've seen anywhere else and I'm wondering if something is wrong.
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These are the steps as I understand them.

1. Set voltage mode to offset +.
2. Set voltage to auto.
3. Boot into Windows at the clock I wish to use.
4. Run prime and record the vid while under 100% load.
5. Add or subtract the difference to get to the desired voltage for your particular Overclock.

When I do this mine goes all the way up to 1.544. This is not cool. Is that normal ? I need to subtract all the way down to 1.4v for that ? 1.4v is what I'm aiming for which is where I'm stable @ 4.7 HT on. It just seems to be a much larger difference than I've seen anywhere else and I'm wondering if something is wrong.
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Rather than settings the Offset to + use - and 0.020 and then try and see what the load voltage is and then continue increasing that value of 0.020 until you reach your desired voltage under load.
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5.4Ghz Voltage 1.435 on Air with Mugen 3 and A/C Cooling. Stable 13hr run.
How is your worker start time after the work time in the worker threads?

Edit: also dont take this the wrong way and im not trying to throw around accusations, but in cpuz above your core speed 5388.3mhz there is no line as i see in my cpuz...
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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.
I tried this, but my timings are still off in CPU-Z

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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
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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I tried this, but my timings are still off in CPU-Z
Congratulations!
Out of curiosity, what did you end up setting for your Vdroop? The Low Vdroop setting?
Are you using the 45x multi, and what voltage for the vcore? If you did go to 1.400v., then you should be able to lower it now for 4.5GHz, and still be stable.
For my Dram Voltage, I used the 1.507v. setting in the bios, as there was no exact 1.5v. option.
From what I've read, you should be able to use C1E without it affecting your stability. I may even try that myself once I'm satisfied that my system is stable. Or not

I don't see what you mean by your timings are off in CPU-Z?
Here's a screenshot of my current CPU-Z readings:

That is what I get in CPU-Z, with my memory set in the bios as: 8,8,8,24 1T at 1600MHz.
The "Memory" tab of CPU-Z reports my memory settings correctly, as I have set them in the bios. Yours should too?

As the current bios for my board are still somewhat "buggy", you may also notice that I have to set my bus speed to compensate for the default 98.2 bus speed in the bios, which can't be corrected by disabling spread spectrum. So my bus speed reads 100.2. from setting the base frequency to 10010 in the bios.

I haven't yet run P95 Blend for more than a few hours at the 4.8GHz. settings, so I will also be working on at least a 12 hour run, so I can join this great club that munaim1 has created here!
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Hi all,

Can anyone give me a quick rundown of the best method for cleaning off and replacing thermal compound off a CPU? I'm going to replace the stock compound that came with my CoolIT ALC240 as I think it may drops temps slightly.

I've got some Akasa TIM Clean, Arctic Silver 5, Latex Gloves and a micro-fibre cloth.

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Hi all,

Can anyone give me a quick rundown of the best method for cleaning off and replacing thermal compound off a CPU? I'm going to replace the stock compound that came with my CoolIT ALC240 as I think it may drops temps slightly.

I've got some Akasa TIM Clean, Arctic Silver 5, Latex Gloves and a micro-fibre cloth.

Many thanks!
Though I usually use AS cleaner which has a 2 bottles, a TIM cleaner and a thermal surface purifier I would imagine it will work the same.

I grab a handful of q-tips apply a drop or two of liquid to the chip and a drop on the q-tip. (a dry q-tip could create a static discharge) I gently rub the Qtip on the chip till soiled and repeat the process until clean.

Then I use purifier the same way and lay a clean paper towel on top to soak up any remaining liquid.

(i doubt the small amount of static that could show up would do harm, but I dont rub dry qtips or papertowels etc. so as to be safe and not ruin the component of my or others pcs)
    
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5.4Ghz Voltage 1.435 on Air with Mugen 3 and A/C Cooling. Stable 13hr run.
Am i missing something here,look at the date and time shown in P95,workers are 4 hours behind the starting workers time.
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Am i missing something here,look at the date and time shown in P95,workers are 4 hours behind the starting workers time.
That is strange

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5.4Ghz Voltage 1.435 on Air with Mugen 3 and A/C Cooling. Stable 13hr run.
Very nice chip there bud!! Mind sharing you bios settings?
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