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Originally Posted by FoLmEr;15319409 
Check out the spreadsheet in the OP and compare people's temps/volts/GHz.

I say go for it 5GHz smile.gif Now is as good a time as any! I just wouldn't use IBT/LinX/linpack for testing as it has proven to be inferior to P95's blend test. Furthermore, it's such an unrealistic workload and the temperatures it generates are also insane and unrealistic.

You could argue that the workload of P95 is also unrealistic and that'd be a valid point. But it's certainly much closer to the truth than linpack based apps.

Yah I ditched IBT. Prime was loading around 65c. I set a profile in the bios for 5ghz. But I just feel like its a waste to run all the time. I think 4.7 is plenty. Maybe I'm just a wuss. I always try to find my sweet spot instead of max OC.
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Submission. 4.6ghz stable (forgot to add the second CPU-z of Ram, but it is all stock anyways so not that flashy to look at)
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Originally Posted by Thebuyologist View Post
Hopefully this is adequate.

*Thermaltake Frio cooling

Could you please add the pic as an attachement. Thanks

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Submission. 4.6ghz stable (forgot to add the second CPU-z of Ram, but it is all stock anyways so not that flashy to look at)

Thanks bud, submission loks great, I'll add it in a moment. Thanks again for contributing and wlecome to the club

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

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post #4694 of 10702
I need help getting a stable overclock for my 2500k.

In my last post I said I tried 4.8GHz @ 1.400V and ran prime95 for 21 hours before getting BSOD. Below were the settings.
My settings:
AI Overclock Tuner - Manual
BCLK/PCIE Frequency - 100.0
Turbo Ratio - By All Cores
Multiplier - 48
Internal PLL Overvoltage - Auto
Memory Frequency - Auto
EPU Power Saving Mode - Disabled
Load-Line Calibration - Ultra High
VRAM Frequency - Manual - 350
Phase Control - Extreme
Duty Control - Extreme
CPU Current Capability - 100%
CPU Voltage - Manual
CPU Manual Voltage - 1.400
DRAM Voltage - Auto
VCCIO Voltage - Auto
CPU PLL Voltage - Auto
PCH Voltage - Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum - Auto


Earlier I tried 4.6GHz at 1.3V and 4.5GHZ at 1.25V, but got BSOD(0x0000014) on bootup.
Settings used:
AI Overclock Tuner - Manual
BCLK/PCIE Frequency - 100.0
Turbo Ratio - By All Cores
Internal PLL Overvoltage - Auto
Memory Frequency - DR3 1600MHz
EPU Power Saving Mode - Disabled
Load-Line Calibration - Ultra High
VRAM Frequency - Manual - 350
Phase Control - Extreme
Duty Control - Extreme
CPU Current Capability - 140%
CPU Voltage - Manual
DRAM Voltage - Auto
VCCIO Voltage - Auto
CPU PLL Voltage - Auto
PCH Voltage - Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum - Auto


Any help please?
Edited by Moonfire - 10/15/11 at 2:31pm
post #4695 of 10702
Im new to the forums here is my submission for the Sandy bridge OC Club, I have been overclocking my home PC and Game servers for years now
Here is my new 2600k on an Asus P8Z68-V with OCZ low voltage Ram
man that ram can cook eggs had to place a 120m fan on them but this changed after setting the voltage to 1.5 from 1.7

I was having a hard time getting the V core to 1.4 instead of 1.52+ and I was having BSOD but I think that was the ram running 1.7v, but then I actually ran the asus Evo Auto tuning and got the best of both
0.9-1.1v when idle and 1.4 when in use which lowered my temps

I used dryer ducting from the window to the PC as this new CPU warms the case making other compants hotter even tho it has 4 120m fans (had to reverse the case fans into outtake fans when I bought the H80 last week)

I plan on hitting FrozenCPU and building a piped in radiator from the out side of the house when it gets to be -20 to -30 up here in canada
then I can over clock some more, this should allow me to rip a DVD in 5 minutes lol
I also cant stand Fan noise to this H80 is simply to loud compaired to my old lga775 Ninja Schyth
Lots of room in the case now lol

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post #4696 of 10702
I gave up on 5ghz. I'm just irritated. I can do Blend for hours on my 5ghz settings, pass IBT~ no issue... but that 1792 test kept failing, even when I went up to 1.43v and higher and I'm not going to pump that much voltage in there just to pass that one test. Especially when 1.36v nets me 4.8 easily (even with the 1792 test)...

...so that's it. I'm at my ceiling, because of this one test~ but are we just looking for tests to fail overclocks, or does this test actually reflect real life stability? If it doesn't reflect real life stability (as blend does in my experience) what's the point of it?
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post #4697 of 10702
If your CPU can't pass that test, it means that the processor might do calculation errors at any time even though it was 'stable' at everything else. But we have to draw the line somewhere. It's not very practical to run hundreds of hours of Prime 95 because the odds for an error to occur are already very minimal if your CPU can pass hours of blend test.
Edited by Alepale - 10/15/11 at 3:01pm
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does this test actually reflect real life stability? If it doesn't reflect real life stability (as blend does in my experience) what's the point of it?
If you fail the test, you may or may not have stability issues, or end up having errors doing certain operations. I've experienced this with my friends overclocked i7 920, it's certainly stable, but I rendered a 3d animation on three machines(the 920@3.67GHz, my 2600k OC'd to 4.5Ghz and a Xeon powered Dell). Now all three should've rendered the animation the exact same way, there were no effectors, or randomizers involved in the scene, the 920 however rendered the scene in a completely different way from the other two; multiple times.

I ran prime for several hours no crash or errors, ran a few specific test patterns that I usually run on my systems (1344 up to 32M), sure it enough it failed, didn't crash but one of the workers would fail. So even tho the system was stable at that overclock, it still experienced errors, and miscalculations.
 
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I gave up on 5ghz. I'm just irritated. I can do Blend for hours on my 5ghz settings, pass IBT~ no issue... but that 1792 test kept failing, even when I went up to 1.43v and higher and I'm not going to pump that much voltage in there just to pass that one test. Especially when 1.36v nets me 4.8 easily (even with the 1792 test)...

...so that's it. I'm at my ceiling, because of this one test~ but are we just looking for tests to fail overclocks, or does this test actually reflect real life stability? If it doesn't reflect real life stability (as blend does in my experience) what's the point of it?
Dude, it's not like you're a slave to that one test Just go ahead and run your overclock that didn't pass the 1792 test 24/7. If it's stable at your workloads, well, then it's as stable as you need it to be. Why bother with more? If it does crash tho, you have something real to work with - there's no need to make a problem out of it before that.
    
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