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using 90% of the RAM is a good stability test but its not needed as you can just do a blend test it will be fine.
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i5 2500K 4.8Ghz on Crysis 2..


Runs well enough, my temps were high-ish, around 55'C. So yeah. Need to reach 5Ghz though
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Yes I have, including the things linked in that thread Once I got the BSOD, I made the following changes in the UEFI:

- C3/C6 to Disabled (due to Offset)
- Disabled Spread Spectrum (was getting a 99.8 BCLK reading from CPU-Z with it on, 100 CLK with it disabled)
- C1E and EIST to Enabled
- PLL and VTT are changed - unsure what I altered them to right now

The Prime95 tests are all being run when the system is not in use, on a fresh Windows install, on High Performance. Currently am working on tweaking the PLL/VTT values and running a 30min 1792K FTT torture test to get some initial stability results, then will try running a 12hr+ blend.

Just one question - you mention running the test with 80/90% of your available RAM. Do you mean just ensuring that 80/90% of your RAM is not in use when running the test, or should I be running a custom test inputting a custom value that is 80/90% of my RAM - which is 3276.8 to 3686.4? Sorry for the basic question, this is my first overclocking experience.
If after you tweaking the PLL and VTT it's still not satisfactory then you will need to increase your vcore. I know a lot of people will say BSOD 124 is vcore right of the bat, however, I'm not disputing that, but I like to tweak the other voltages to see if I can manupulate that bsod with other settings before increasing the voltage, hence the pll and vtt tweaking. Which ever PLL and VTT give you the 'best' results in prime95 use them and then increase the vcore as a last resort.

80/90% RAM is from what is available, if you open task manager, under physical memory it should say:

Total
Cached
Available
Free

Just roughly use however much you can of the available memory and leave around 300/500mb for other stuff just in case. So if your available memory is something like 6000 then just use 5500.

Hope that helps clear things up.


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i5 2500K 4.8Ghz on Crysis 2..

Runs well enough, my temps were high-ish, around 55'C. So yeah. Need to reach 5Ghz though
Wrong thread maybe
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Wrong thread maybe
Nope, Posted to see if differences in stock and OC. Stable at 4.8.

It seems weird, one batch early or late and you'll end up with something that cant pass 5.2 or something like yours that reaches 5.6
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Very good news... my HD6950 that I thought was a dud and was about to return is now working (for now) under the new 11.10 driver. And I saw that my new 8GB of RAM arrived at my door.

Now my machine is complete and I can push forward to 5.0ghz
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If after you tweaking the PLL and VTT it's still not satisfactory then you will need to increase your vcore. I know a lot of people will say BSOD 124 is vcore right of the bat, however, I'm not disputing that, but I like to tweak the other voltages to see if I can manupulate that bsod with other settings before increasing the voltage, hence the pll and vtt tweaking. Which ever PLL and VTT give you the 'best' results in prime95 use them and then increase the vcore as a last resort.

80/90% RAM is from what is available, if you open task manager, under physical memory it should say:

Total
Cached
Available
Free

Just roughly use however much you can of the available memory and leave around 300/500mb for other stuff just in case. So if your available memory is something like 6000 then just use 5500.

Hope that helps clear things up.
Ahh, thanks! That was simple.

Okay, assuming I've put in the correct values for my Prime95 1792K FTT run, it's been almost an hour with no crash. I'm going to try the 12hr run Prime95 run now, hopefully those little tweaks fixed everything!

Just referencing the values I'm using in my UEFI for this test:
CPU Ratio [Manual] @ 48
Internal PLL Overvoltage [Disabled]
Intel SpeedStep Technology [Enabled]
Turbo Boost Power Limit [Manual] @ 250 / 250
Core Current Limit [250]
Spread Spectrum [Disabled]
CPU Core Voltage [Offset Mode] @ +0.060
CPU Load-Line Calibration [Level 3]
CPU PLL Voltage [1.709V]
VTT Voltage [1.090V]
C1E [Enabled]
C3 [Disabled]
C6 [Disabled]
I think those are all the ones I altered. Here goes.
    
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Wow that is an awesome read, now correct if I am being a moron again.

Disabling C states = Less BSODs with high end overclock?
Disabling C states = Less BSODs, less freezes & more stabilty with Offset vcore, and offset vcore is virtually always used with very high OCs.

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Disabling C states = Slower write speed for Sata6gb SSD's?
...According to the graph, apparently it's the contrary.

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Enabling C states = Possible more BSODs with high overclock?
Enabling C states = Possible more BSODs, freezes, unstability when using offset vcore, which is virtually always used with high overclocks.

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Enabling C states = normal or increased write speeds on SSDs?
..According to the graphs, apparently it's the contrary.

And according to JuanJose, if I understand correctly, messing with Cstates out of their default parameters one way or another may affect Sata performances.



...Yeah, it's a mess
Edited by DaGoat - 10/29/11 at 7:06pm
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Disabling C states = Less BSODs, less freezes & more stabilty with Offset vcore, and offsrt vcore is virtually always used with very high OCs.



...According to the graph, apparently it's the contrary.



Enabling C states = Possible more BSODs, freezes, unstability when using offset vcore, which is virtually always used with high overclocks.



..According to the graphs, apparently it's the contrary.

And according to JuanJose, if I understand correctly, messing withCstates out of their default parameters one way or another may affect Sata performances.



...Yeah, it's a mess
Ok I think I understand now haha, so disabling C3 and C6 is just overall a good thing. I think I may have misread something to confuse the crap out of me. Thank you for clearing it up .

This could be a placebo effect but since disabling C3 and C6 I feel like my computer boots up waay faster. Basically the loading windows to desktop part seems way snappier.
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That's mine I definitely could go lower with the voltage but I was trying something different, and ended up letting it go all night.
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Ok I think I understand now haha, so disabling C3 and C6 is just overall a good thing. I think I may have misread something to confuse the crap out of me. Thank you for clearing it up .

This could be a placebo effect but since disabling C3 and C6 I feel like my computer boots up waay faster. Basically the loading windows to desktop part seems way snappier.
i dont understand....
what does the c states have to do with the sata controler???
if u disable them u just dont let the cpu to go to "sleep"...so u dont have Vcore fluctuation range as much when c states r on...
am i right? or im missing something??
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