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News to me. IME disabling spread spectrum let me run stable at a higher BCLK. I'm stable at 48x*101@1.42volts. Highest stable I've got with spread spectrum enabled and changing the BCLK was 47x*100.7.
I'm stable with CPU spread spectrum enabled in the bios and running at 47x*100@1.37(1.384 prime run for club), 24/7 folding,(18hrs prime), auto vrm(for my stable run for the club I ran VRM at 320), LLC extreme, current 130%, 1.65 PLL, 1.1835(or 1.11835, would have to check) VCCIO, memory timings 10-10-10-24-2t(stable run for club 9-9-9-24-2t; which is stock rated timings). (Since my stable prime run for the club, folding 24/7 wasn't completely stable at those settings, namely the memory).
Messing with those settings and getting my rig completely rock solid 24/7 folding at 5GHz(50x*100)@ 1.46v, I've found that when using manual VRM, CPU spread spectrum is automatically disabled, according to the AI Suite. Not sure of the relationship there. Maybe someone with a bit more knowledge there could expand on that.

I believe i have mine enabled. Should I have mine disabled? I passed 14 hours Blend on that. (4700Mhz @ 1.45v)

Would this let me lower vcore needed for such an easy overclock?
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Add meeeee! smile.gif
16 hour run with 4.6GHz on the 2500K
AIR - Thermalright Archon Rev.A (for your copy/paste pleasure)
CPU-Z Validation link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2104000
I included the ASUS sensor readings for the CPU fan speed. However, during the test the motherboard went straight from 21c to 123C! Totally believable..... but hey I got to see their warning popup system was working. tongue.gif

Looks excellent, apologies for the late add. Thank you for contribuing to the thread. Welcome to the club thumb.gif

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Below are the bios settings I use for my 4.6GHz clock. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Edit: currently testing how it runs with EPU enabled on Auto.

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I believe i have mine enabled. Should I have mine disabled? I passed 14 hours Blend on that. (4700Mhz @ 1.45v)
Would this let me lower vcore needed for such an easy overclock?

Nope just leave it on smile.gif
Edited by munaim1 - 11/18/11 at 4:34pm
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It's slightly off-topic, so I made a new thread (Intel HD3000 overclocking results) but I was just able to increase performance by 67% in the Heaven benchmark.

The max stable iGPU MHz seems to be affected by the vcore. My 4.5GHz stable clock at 1.376v got me to 1850MHz stable on the iGPU. My 1.408v stable 4.6GHz clock increased that to 1900MHz. All other BIOS settings/voltages are exactly the same, only vcore differs.

Edit: By setting the iGPU load line calibration to extreme and the iGPU current capability to 140% I was able to increase the stable frequency to 1950MHz, netting me an overall 70% increase over stock settings in the Heaven benchmark. smile.gif
Edited by Celoth - 11/18/11 at 7:30pm
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Thank you Breenemister for the set-up. my ambient heat issue is still killing my oc. Real Temp, Speed Fan, or Core Temp is climbing to danger levels for me. I want to stay below 75c.

30 mins in with that setting middle cores hit 77c. Can someone please explain to me push and pull and fan recommendations for rpm. Also do I have the fans pushing out inside the case on the radiator and Pulling in ontop of the radiator on top of the h100? I have 2 antrec tornado 80 mm fans but my lord they are just to loud. They are going 6600 rpms cooled the case from bottom Snow Edition option to 27c. I really wish I could get my temps to stay even from what I have been seeing others temp post look like.

H100 with the Stock fans pushing out through the radiator is what I have set-up right now. It was recommended on Corsair forums and a few other post I made on other websites. I know my AS5 is cured properly still have about 100 hrs to go on it for the recommended 200 hrs and about 50ish hours left on the H100 for the 200 hr work in. I was thinking about getting 4 Cougars http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835553001 , or these 4 Cougars http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835553002 , or these Silverstones http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=35-220-014&SortField=0&SummaryType=0&Pagesize=10&PurchaseMark=&SelectedRating=-1&VideoOnlyMark=False&VendorMark=&IsFeedbackTab=true&Page=4#scrollFullInfo or and 1 good 120mm intake that has the lowest dba for bottom option level 10 intake. Would perfer Blue LED fans of some sort but not really a worry anymore. I just seem to not be able to keep anything in this pc cool enough even with a Box fan on the 200mm side intake. When the heat comes on in this house of any sort it all comes to this room even with the vent closed.

Other issue could be a RMA of the Asus Deluxe Gen3 board back to Asus Temperature monitor is broke came up after a 30 min Prime test to see my temps and the Asus Motherboard Temperature monitor readed 132c! I but it wasnt after a quick reboot it was only at 32c. Does a i7-2700k naturally run hot since the EU link of the Intel chip reads do not exceed 1.525vcore? I am attempting to hit 5ghz stable at 100% load temps of 50c if I can not do 5ghz its no big problem but I should be able to hit 4600-4800mhz. Noise level is a concern since I have a toddler. Reason I did not get another Koolance Radiator. I have invested to much already in cooling as is. Fans are the last resort. Another problem Asus does not allow my case fans to hit there actual high of 700 rpms. My front intake I would replace with something better but is a pain to get to. Side Panel intake from Thermal Take is actually better then NZXT's version spec wise. I could get another 140mm exhaust for top back exhaust.

Have also considered trying the Indigo Extreme out. The instruction are terrible though. To allow a chip to run at 95c with no sink on it kinda scares me to start the reflow process.
Any advice from anyone is greatly considered. 1.375 vcore even at fix that still jumps up and down kinda worries me though. I was stable at 4600 yesterday with temps at 100% load of 66 - 70 - 72- 67c. I just tried upping it again and it seems to never be happy with my temps.

May the Schwartz be with me and have this issue solved before I start rendering again.

The Schwartz
Edited by Schwartz - 11/18/11 at 9:03pm
post #5555 of 10701
add me please, runs great specs are all pretty much in the screenshot, fans are a little loud but it runs too good, it's really a quick and dirty OC but as it looks is pretty stable just gotta knock some vcore off of it... and when i get a hang of things try to get another multi in there i hope

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Well here is what I have going on now... Just did MW3 at extreme for 4 hrs straight with real temp on. My current OC is 4400mhz, 1.235 vcore manual, and my temps maxed out on real temp at 53-58-59-54 max. So any recommendation I mean I can live with this when I game but I will be rendering soon. Does it seem like my H100 is working correctly? I just did the firmware reset before this. It is TIM with Arctic Silver 5, Indigo Extreme kinda intimidates me but getting 5 fans and possibly it shortly. I read that switching from AS5 to IE can result anywhere from a 2 to 7 c drop and push/pull instead of exhaust set-up on the H100 can result in another 2 to 7c. If I can get a 14 c drop then I can see the possibly of 4800 to 5000mhz at 50-55c.

Thanks everyone for their help.
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So exactly what it seems, I can't seem to reach any further than 4.6 using an Asus P8Z68-V. I can sometimes boot into windows at 4.7 , but it always crashes under 5 minutes of prime (even up to 1.42v). Usually error code 124. Anyone have experience with Asus p867/z68 boards?

Feel free to check my components out and my BIOS settings out in my user profile rig-builder thing and also in my user profile photo album labeled BIOS settings.

I managed to get a 18 hour 45 minute 4.7 GHz super stable using automated settings for most things, so it lets me idle at 1.6 GHz and turbo up to 4.7 GHz. Your mileage may vary.
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Hello all. I just got to 4.5 stable (for about 7.5 hrs anyway, stopped to look into changes).

I used this video step by step: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I'm looking for suggestions on this OC method. I read several guides and watched several vids, all point in slightly different directions. My goal for now is to be in the 4.5 ~ 4.8 range and be at the lowest possible voltages and temps... (as "safe" as possible with a mild to moderate OC). I'd also like to keep my computer as quiet as possible so I'm not sure if disabling fan control and runing them full out as suggested in this guide is really ideal.

Please provide suggestions, thanks! Screenie below: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I'll give you the same advice that I gave to the poster above. I'm using automated variable CPU frequencies and automated variable fan settings and I too wanted a quiet and stable system. I'm very pleased with my results. The full BIOS settings in my user photo gallery and the hardware specs in my rig builder link should help.
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Thank you Breenemister for the set-up. my ambient heat issue is still killing my oc. Real Temp, Speed Fan, or Core Temp is climbing to danger levels for me. I want to stay below 75c.

30 mins in with that setting middle cores hit 77c. Can someone please explain to me push and pull and fan recommendations for rpm. Also do I have the fans pushing out inside the case on the radiator and Pulling in ontop of the radiator on top of the h100? I have 2 antrec tornado 80 mm fans but my lord they are just to loud. They are going 6600 rpms cooled the case from bottom Snow Edition option to 27c. I really wish I could get my temps to stay even from what I have been seeing others temp post look like.

H100 with the Stock fans pushing out through the radiator is what I have set-up right now. It was recommended on Corsair forums and a few other post I made on other websites. I know my AS5 is cured properly still have about 100 hrs to go on it for the recommended 200 hrs and about 50ish hours left on the H100 for the 200 hr work in.

{SNIP}

I just seem to not be able to keep anything in this pc cool enough even with a Box fan on the 200mm side intake. When the heat comes on in this house of any sort it all comes to this room even with the vent closed.

Other issue could be a RMA of the Asus Deluxe Gen3 board back to Asus Temperature monitor is broke came up after a 30 min Prime test to see my temps and the Asus Motherboard Temperature monitor readed 132c! I but it wasnt after a quick reboot it was only at 32c. Does a i7-2700k naturally run hot since the EU link of the Intel chip reads do not exceed 1.525vcore? I am attempting to hit 5ghz stable at 100% load temps of 50c if I can not do 5ghz its no big problem but I should be able to hit 4600-4800mhz. Noise level is a concern since I have a toddler. Reason I did not get another Koolance Radiator. I have invested to much already in cooling as is. Fans are the last resort. Another problem Asus does not allow my case fans to hit there actual high of 700 rpms. My front intake I would replace with something better but is a pain to get to. Side Panel intake from Thermal Take is actually better then NZXT's version spec wise. I could get another 140mm exhaust for top back exhaust.

Have also considered trying the Indigo Extreme out. The instruction are terrible though. To allow a chip to run at 95c with no sink on it kinda scares me to start the reflow process.
Any advice from anyone is greatly considered. 1.375 vcore even at fix that still jumps up and down kinda worries me though. I was stable at 4600 yesterday with temps at 100% load of 66 - 70 - 72- 67c. I just tried upping it again and it seems to never be happy with my temps.

May the Schwartz be with me and have this issue solved before I start rendering again.

The Schwartz

First of all, the motherboard temperature jumping up to 123C and issuing a warning is a bug. My motherboard was a very stable 32C at idle and then at complete random warned me that it was at -60C. A few minutes later it was idling happy at 33C and then a few minutes after that it warned me that it was at 123C. It's just a bug and not something you need to RMA for. Several users have had this problem and mine has settled back down to giving me normal results again. I knew it was a bug because it's physically impossible for anything in my room to be at -60C. LOL

Check out this thread that has tons of pictures of a guy using liquid cooling with the case that you have.

I'm not suggesting that you mod your case like he did, but you can use what he did with his radiator as a guide.

As far as the rest of your problems are concerned, I'd suggest that you do not overclock yet and instead tackle one single issue at a time. Changing fan types, configurations, and ordering new parts all at once is just too many variables to work with.

I wouldn't rush out to get new hardware just yet.
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Just lapped my 2600k wink.gif

Here´s the before/after results after 1h prime smile.gif

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Alright, I managed to get a 4.5GHz OC stable for 12+ hours on my 2500k...

Please add me to this awesome club!

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I'm fairly happy with the 4.5GHz mark.... I'd love to get to the 4.8GHz ~ 5.0GHz mark but I'll want to upgrade my cooler before I do that since my temps got as high 75C on my 3rd core.

I'm looking for suggestions on what to change in my BIOS settings to allow for less voltage and temp @ 4.5 GHz. Here are my settings:

Run 1
4.5GHz
AI Tweaker
AI Overclock TunerManual
BCLK100
Turbo RatioBy all cores
Internal PLL OvervoltageEnabled
Memory FrequencyDDR3-1600

Load Line CalibrationExtreme
VRM FrequencyAuto
Phase ControlExtreme
Duty ControlExtreme
CPU Current Capability100%

CPU VoltageManual Mode
CPU Manual Voltage1.35
DRAM Voltage1.5
VCCSA Voltage1
VCCIO Voltage1.1
CPU PLL Voltage1.9
PCH VoltageAuto
CPU Spread SpectrumDisabled

Advanced Tab
CPU RatioAuto
Intel Thermal MonitorEnabled
Active Processor CoresAll
Limit CPUID MaxDisabled
Execute Disabled BitEnabled
Intel VirtualizationDisabled
SpeedstepEnabled
Turbo ModeEnabled
CPU C1EDisabled
CPU C3 ReportDisabled
CPU C6 ReportDisabled
Edited by uniwarking - 11/19/11 at 6:29pm
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