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9 Hours into the stress test. Still going strong at 4.8GHz 1.46v 3 more hours to go
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I bought my new rig a few weeks ago but i had some problems and yesterday i got replacement to all parts of my old rig. Now i want to oc my system but i am also so afraid of making something wrong.

I saw a template in this thread but it is for a higher speed. I was wondering if you can help me to hit 4.8 ghz on my cpu.

I am a good listener and i can make all changes as long as it comes from a person who knows what is he doing so i cant do it alone..

I need help to oc my system. I hope you can help me to do that.

Thanks for reading, have a nice day.

Current Settings

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2054277
Could you post screenshot's of your BIOS please as you have them now.

Thanks.



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Now im redoing the stability test with 1.456v insted.

Posting results in ~14h
Good luck bud!!!!



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9 Hours into the stress test. Still going strong at 4.8GHz 1.46v 3 more hours to go
Awesome, can't wait to see it!!
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Hay all.

Thought I'd bring something to peoples attention as a point of interest. I recently posted on this thread that I was going to try to aim for a higher overclock than I'm at (from 4.5 to around 4.8 - 5) and I've spent a couple of days trying. My chip can definitely do it, but I have concerns about temps and I'm waiting to change my CoolIT ALC240 for a EK Supreme HF waterblock and Black Ice GT Stealth 360 Rad with 3 x Gentle Typhoon 1850's. (The CoolIT ALC240 is not a very good cooling system for over 4.5GHz).

I then decided to go back to 4.5GHz and see if I could lower temps and play around with different voltages and stress testing programs. While using LinX 0.6.3 at my previous settings and setting the problem length to use all available RAM, I found I was getting BSOD's with the 0x124 error code.

This puzzled me slightly as I've been able to do 85 Hours of prime while testing 90%(ish) of my RAM. It turns out that with my RAM running at 2133MHz, I need to up my voltage in the BIOS from 1.31 to 1.325 to be completely stable.

Please note if you're new to this thread that LinX is a very hot program to run and I do not advise using it instead of Prime95. It's been suggested to me by a friend that I may have not been running Prime with the correct blend (i.e. 1344 & 1792) and that would have picked it up. Otherwise I'm not sure.

Hope that this information assists with the spread of all the nice knowledge dudes!
Edited by Extr3me_Rob - 10/19/11 at 2:29pm
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Could you post screenshot's of your BIOS please as you have them now.

Thanks.





Good luck bud!!!!





Awesome, can't wait to see it!!
how do we take ss of bios can you tell me how to do that and can you also tell me which part of do you want ? thank you
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how do we take ss of bios can you tell me how to do that and can you also tell me which part of do you want ? thank you
You will need to have a FAT32 formatted USB for the BIOS to save the screenshots to, all you have to do is press the F12 key in each of these pages:

Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

CPU Configuration Page

Each time you do so, I beilev it will ask you where to save, just direct it to the USB that you have plugged in.

Look here for example:
http://www.overclock.net/14540305-post2473.html
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The only reason it hit 85 was because I was asleep and I think someone turned my air conditioner off. My room never gets as hot as it did. I am at 1.375 vcore but it only ever hits 1.36 in cpu-z while under load. When it boots it does show 1.375 though.

I am aiming for 4.7. Despite the heat output right now (and keep in mind it normally stays pretty cool in my room (unless I am sleeping and not able to keep it cool), I think my overclock is doing ok, but this will be a max for me. Very happy with 4.7. Hopefully I can find a couple settings to change to try to lower the temps just a little bit.

I also just reseated my h70 the other day with some fresh arctic silver 5. My last application looked way to thin when I picked it up. Since the h70 was a pain to mount, I know I picked it up and placed it quite a few times the last time I mounted it. This time I was sure to hold it down and not pick it up once making contact. I noticed the copper on the bottom getting a little brown in one area but it was on the outside and not near the center. Other than that I used a small pea sized dot right in the center and placed the unit right on top of it. That mount should have been a lot better, but temps did not seem to change too much from the last mount oddly enough. I know this mount is a good one.

The temps should be fine, and 4.7 is probably the farthest I will go, but I am definitely going to search and try to find a way to lower them.

I have not yet set my ram to 1600 yet, and right now i have it set to a command rate of 2. My ram does not specify a command rate so I will go on the website and make sure I have it right, but I did read that ram is a possibility for a fialed worker as well as the nb (pch) voltage. I have a few things to test out here.

I have not lowered pll anymore either. If I can once I find stability, I guess I have a chance to lower temps a little, but is that my only way to do so at this point?
I found that setting ram @ 1600 adds a few degrees (~5C) to your max temps during stress testing. Just a heads up on that one
    
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I will see. I have a few more tests to run when I get home. I am not sure what is up with my cooling, but if need be I would rather have my memory at 1333 to keep the 4.7. I am sure the overclock makes a bigger impact that going from 1333 to 1600. I am going to go through the bios settings and see what I can find. Maybe I will find something to try to lower temps. I may not be done with pll yet either. If my overclock lets me, I will lower it more. I am really not sure why it gets so hot only at 4.7. when my room is at its regular cool temps, it never gets above 80. Ill update when I get done tonight.
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4hours done at the test "only" 8 left.

going 4.8 Ghz at 1.456 V

Temp at hotest core is 70c atm. (found out that i had turned all my other fans of at last test -.-')

So looking good so far =)
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Does adding more RAM impact your OC?

I picked up 2x4GB more RAM for $29 (G.Skill 1333), to go with my current 2x4GB set (g.Skill 1333). I couldn't resist the price.

Will I need to re-run my stability testing for 12 hrs @ 95%+ RAM usage, or will I be find just to toss it in and run with it?
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You will need to have a FAT32 formatted USB for the BIOS to save the screenshots to, all you have to do is press the F12 key in each of these pages:

Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

CPU Configuration Page

Each time you do so, I beilev it will ask you where to save, just direct it to the USB that you have plugged in.

Look here for example:
http://www.overclock.net/14540305-post2473.html
http://www.abload.de/img/1110192142094jur.jpg

http://www.abload.de/img/111019214259qjf6.jpg

http://www.abload.de/img/111019214342v8oq.jpg

http://www.abload.de/img/111019214430fkp7.jpg


Sorry for late reply i had to find a pc store to buy an usb memory to take screenshots

Now i think everything is sorted.
Edited by Simirath - 10/19/11 at 11:57am
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