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post #4981 of 10702
My very first overclock on the sandybridge chips. Laughably easy, makes 775 look like torture.

Nice and chilly, under 60'C on full load for 10 runs. What's impressive, is that the whole system is on idle and only 1 of the 2 fans on the H100 was running.

Idle first, then load..

Just need to prime for a couple of hours now





Edited by PathOfTheRighteousMan - 10/26/11 at 11:44am
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post #4982 of 10702
Some interesting info I found when stress testing another 2600K. I cross checked the max temp time logged with which FFT was running at the time and found out that 8K FFT's were producing the most heat in Sandy Bridge.

When doing the 1344/1792KB check I was getting ~82C while the 8KB check soared to 98C. Whoops =) Time to back down and go for something with less heat even though it could have been stable.

So, from now on when doing a quick 15m 1344/1792KB check, I also do a quick 15m 8KB check as well to test for heat before proceeding into a long winded 12H blend test.

Sorry if this has already been discussed, but I didn't feel like searching through 500 pages to find out.
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post #4983 of 10702
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
Now that's really weird. I haven't got mine all sorted yet. Here are my UEFI settings:









Why can't I make Speedstep work?
Well have tyou read rdasch3's contribution?

Try this:

Quote:
Originally Posted by rdasch3 View Post
If you have intel rapid storage technology driver installed and the hard drives are not set to ahci, the cpu will never idle. I had this problem about 2 weeks ago.

somehow my hard drives made it back to IDE mode, and my cpu would alwyas be around 13% usage. I opened resource manager to look, found the service causing it, googled it, and found the answer I just gave you. Maybe that is what was happening with yours.

Now, as for your settings, here are my differences:

- C1 enabled
- C3 Auto
- C6 Auto
- RAM settings (CAS, RAS, etc) at rated delay numbers (not on auto)
- PLL Voltage = 1.6 (Try to lower it to 1.7 and then lower it by 0.05 increments as long as it passes FFTs)

But the most important, you shouldn't leave your Vcore to offset mode with a 45 multi!
You should definitely set it to manual.
Try beginning with 1.3v, and then lower it down step by step - mine is stable at 1.27v. And since you have an Asus board, you should be able to lower your Vcore below 1.3v easily if you don't have a crappy chip.

I use offset voltage for my 4.8 Ghz, with a 48 multi, then I set LLC to medium and Phase control to Optimized, this helps lowering the Vcore.

Having LLC set to ultra high and phase control to extreme only helps if you set your Vcore manually, if you set your Vcore to Offset with these LLC and PC settings you increase your Vcore for nothing.
post #4984 of 10702
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Originally Posted by PathOfTheRighteousMan View Post
My very first overclock on the sandybridge chips. Laughably easy, makes 775 look like torture.

Nice and chilly, under 60'C on full load for 10 runs. What's impressive, is that the whole system is on idle and only 1 of the 2 fans on the H100 was running.

Idle first, then load..

Just need to prime for a couple of hours now




You're not using RealTemp, if you want a submission here (idk if this is the case but) you must use the right version of RealTemp and CPU-Z only and RealTemp must display at least twelve hours on the counter.
Read the OP.
Edited by DaGoat - 10/26/11 at 1:24pm
post #4985 of 10702
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaGoat View Post
Well have tyou read rdasch3's contribution?

Try this:




Now, as for your settings, here are my differences:

- C1 enabled
- C3 Auto
- C6 Auto
- RAM settings (CAS, RAS, etc) at rated delay numbers (not on auto)
- PLL Voltage = 1.6 (Try to lower it to 1.7 and then lower it by 0.05 increments as long as it passes FFTs)

But the most important, you shouldn't leave your Vcore to offset mode with a 45 multi!
You should definitely set it to manual.
Try beginning with 1.3v, and then lower it down step by step - mine is stable at 1.27v. And since you have an Asus board, you should be able to lower your Vcore below 1.3v easily if you don't have a crappy chip.

I use offset voltage for my 4.8 Ghz, with a 48 multi, then I set LLC to medium and Phase control to Optimized, this helps lowering the Vcore.

Having LLC set to ultra high and phase control to extreme only helps if you set your Vcore manually, if you set your Vcore to Offset with these LLC and PC settings you increase your Vcore for nothing.
I got mine on offset for 4.5 and i only get 1.248 - 1.256 on cpuz while on load. I got LLC to ultra high and phase control on extreme. passed 11 hours P95 blend with those settings. So did not need more vcore then with manual at 1.25.
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post #4986 of 10702
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Here's my submission. This is actually my first overclock ever. I have overclocked my 2500k to 4.5GHz and tested 24h with Prime95 blend. My cooler is a Scythe Mugen 2 rev. B. Vcore was set to 1.245 in the bios (Asrock Z68 Pro3), which seems rather low compared to the average for 4.5 GHz (1.322V if I calculated correctly).
Anyway, I hope I've followed the rules for a valid submission.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2064828
Thank you for following the rules

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munaim1 wow! you ran your chip at 1.7v for 5.648!!
what were the temps?
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Here's my submission. This is actually my first overclock ever. I have overclocked my 2500k to 4.5GHz and tested 24h with Prime95 blend. My cooler is a Scythe Mugen 2 rev. B. Vcore was set to 1.245 in the bios (Asrock Z68 Pro3), which seems rather low compared to the average for 4.5 GHz (1.322V if I calculated correctly).
Anyway, I hope I've followed the rules for a valid submission.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2064828
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post #4989 of 10702
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munaim1 wow! you ran your chip at 1.7v for 5.648!!
what were the temps?
lol I didn't check
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Got Speedstep to work. Changed C1E from Auto to Enabled
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