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Just wondering if it's a good sign that my computer could boot up at 5 GHz (It failed quickly under a prime blend). I've heard that some chips will hit a wall. What is an indicator that the wall has been hit? Is this a decent chip and does it just come down to tweaking at this point, or is it possible that I still won't be able to stabilize at 5? I'm currently sleeving my PSU at the moment, so I'm just formulating a plan of attack at this point. Thanks for the help.

 
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That depends on the voltage used and what temps might be like. Just because it can boot into it doesn't really mean your close. There could still be a nice big jump in vcore for it.
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What were you doing at the time of the freeze?
I lowerd the vcore to 1.45 insted of 1.49 and were stress testing
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I lowerd the vcore to 1.45 insted of 1.49 and were stress testing
My guess would be instability, try using small increments as possible when playing around with the voltage, it's no good making big jumps etc.
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The cheapest M4E I could find on the net from a reputable sellar was for around £270

Couldn't pass on that deal!!!




Should be arriving in the next few days


Ordered myself a new case aswell

M4E FTW

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Due to some old computer parts I have and am selling, I may have a chance to test the thermalright ultra 120+.

Even if the cooler yields better temps, it shouldnt allow me to lower vcore will it? The vcore is obviously still needed for that clock because of the requirements of my particular chip, correct?

Also, I am testing once again trying to smooth out the last of my settings. I am down to finding thesweet vcore spot. I enabled intel speedstep, and so far it seems to be helping, at least with stability.

I also upped my vccio from 1.0000 (had it set to this to prevent over volting of it). It is at 1.0625 I believe. With my ram at 1600, I think that is helping with stability as well, and I may be able to leave the vcore alone.

With the vccio bumped up one notch for 1600 speed and speedstep enabled, I made it past the previous blue screen with vccio at 1.0v and speedstep disabled. I will let this run for as long as I can. If it proves stable I will try to lower the vcore some since I will have effectively ruled out vccio as a cause at that point.

EDIT: It seems with each step in vccio I last longer in prime blend with my current voltage setting. I think vccio is the issue. One question. Once I find a vccio that works. If I am indeed able to lower my vcore at all, will my vccio setting need to be adjusted again? Is it possible that with different vcores I will need different vccio or will it be constant since my ram is at a constant 1600, regardless of its clock?
Edited by rdasch3 - 10/20/11 at 7:06pm
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The cheapest M4E I could find on the net from a reputable sellar was for around £270

Couldn't pass on that deal!!!




Should be arriving in the next few days


Ordered myself a new case aswell

M4E FTW

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Nice. I originally looked at that one but price and the red color steered me away. Red would completely throw off my blue theme. I wonder how much better it actually overclocks that my board though.
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Here we go! New OCN user, new 2500k, new OC



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Here we go! New OCN user, new 2500k, new OC



Great start dude!! Thats pretty good for 1.128v and 4.4ghz. With the temps of that 212+, I'd say your not done
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Could you please use Easytune, because Touch BIOS only gives me from 2 decimal points and I require 3

Please refer to the rules in the OP. Sorry bud. Also you could try updating cpu-z.

Voltage in cpu-z is reading somthing like 1.128v which I think is wrong because touch bios is saying 1.32v.
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