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But the general consensus for SS is that it should be disable if we DON'T change the BCLK clock speed, right?

Correct,thumb.gif
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Based on the results we've been talking about recently, it seems you should leave cpu spread spectrum enabled unless you're also increasing BCLK.
However, each chip may be different, so you may want to try it both ways with your cpu to see if it makes a difference.

Hmmm, that's the other way around from what I've known. Before though, was my assumption correct?
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Hmmm, that's the other way around from what I've known. Before though, was my assumption correct?

Raja@ASUS,who must know what he is talking about,clearly states Spread Spectrum should be "disabled"when overclocking,but having said that,if it has no adverse effect when "enabled",then each to there own,i personaly always disable it.smile.gif
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Hmmm, that's the other way around from what I've known. Before though, was my assumption correct?
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Raja@ASUS,who must know what he is talking about,clearly states Spread Spectrum should be "disabled"when overclocking,but having said that,if it has no adverse effect when "enabled",then each to there own,i personaly always disable it.smile.gif

I know that Raja mentioned that in his overclocking guide, and I know it was common in the past to disable spread spectrum when overclocking, but for those of us that have actually tested it with sandy bridge, spread spectrum seems to increase stability.

For example, I was failing the 1792k Prime95 test (consistently) with spread spectrum disabled at 4.9ghz. Once I enabled it, I was stable @ 1.376v without having to increase vcore.

So, I'd recommend trying with it enabled and disabled to see if it makes a difference for you.
Edited by Mad Skillz - 11/22/11 at 11:33am
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what you guys think for my first OC
AsRock P67 Extreme4 Gen3
i5-2500k
Corsair H80 (push/pull)

338

im sure i can get the voltage down a bit more but for now im quite happy especially with temps ... never reached 60 after 15.5hrs

Edit: Ram for Spreadsheet

700

Cpu-Z Validation ( Not under load.. again for Ram )
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2113038
Edited by Hadezz - 11/23/11 at 12:49pm
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Nice work... wish I could hit 4.5 at those voltages and temps.
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Here's another one for me, 2600k again.

Room temp peaked at 78F, It was 72F most of the time.

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I got my new CPU in today. The batch number is 31 02c224. Anyone know if this is a good overclocker?
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Hope I did this right. 4.6Ghz @ 1.30v tested 12+ hrs, meant to run for 16+ but was too sleepy and killed the run. Let me know if this is correct. Will possibly going for higher OC

Sorry bud, you need realtemp 3.67 atleast.
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what you guys think for my first OC
AsRock P67 Extreme4 Gen3
i5-2500k
Corsair H80 (push/pull)
338
im sure i can get the voltage down a bit more but for now im quite happy especially with temps ... never reached 60 after 15.5hrs

Added, however I need the RAM info aswell smile.gif

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Here's another one for me, 2600k again.
Room temp peaked at 78F, It was 72F most of the time.

Wow makes a big change from your 2500k. smile.gif

Unfortunately only one member per entry in the spreadsheet, however I have saved your previous overclock with your 2500k in the old entries sheet smile.gif

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I got my new CPU in today. The batch number is 31 02c224. Anyone know if this is a good overclocker?
No idea, still think it's down to the luck smile.gif


On another note, you guys have probably noticed I haven't really been active here on OCN and you could say that it was right after the launch of the new platform, however I think it'll take a bit of time for me to get use to and be back to my usual self again, hopefully this doesn't make me leave ocn tongue.gif I spend no more than 10 minutes now and use to be around 4/5 hours everyday, but oh well....... things change but I hope that I stick around, you guys have been fantastic smile.gif
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I got my new CPU in today. The batch number is 31 02c224. Anyone know if this is a good overclocker?

Some lots show better potential for OC than other lots. All lots have variance with respect to one another, just as all CPUs within that lot have variance with one another. Your lot # may be in the top 5% and may be 3 standard deviations better than the norm for all other lots and yet you may have a CPU that is 3 standard devations worse than all other CPUs in that lot. In other words, your CPU might only be stable at 4.0 GHz no matter what you do to it. Then again, you may have a lot that is in the bottom 5% of all lots and 3 standard deviations worse than the norm for all other lots and you might still end up with a 5.1 GHz CPU on air-cooling, which would be the top 0.1% and easily 4 standard deviations better than most others.

Long story short, lot #s don't mean much and since many of the people OCing here constructed their OC rigs early on, most have lots starting with L as referenced in this P6X motherboard OC results google document which comes from this Official Intel P67/Z68 Motherboard Comparison List & OC Results thread.

For what it's worth, my CPU came out of Batch # 3134B741 and I'm getting Super Stable 4.7GHz on air with 1.352 Vcore (max). fluxlite is on water getting 4.8 GHz from lot 3049A300. Tunagoblin is getting 5.0GHz on air with rather high temperatures in lot 3049A366.

Everyone else on the thread is between L040B165 and L108A871 which I think would be equivalent to 0040B165 and 0108A871.

In that thread, of all of the 2500K owners, only one person is at 4.2GHz, only one person is at 4.40GHz, and everyone else is at 4.49GHz+ with thirteen at 4.5GHz, four at 4.6GHz, ten at 4.7GHz, eight at 4.8GHz, and six more at 5.0GHz with one guy hitting 5.30GHz.

I think that if you follow the recommendations that many users have posted in this thread we're in now, the link to the Official OC results above, (or just cheat and look at my BIOS profile in my pictures album) you can expect to get 4.5GHz easily. It's equally likely that you can hit 4.6GHz or 4.7GHz, but hitting 4.8GHz+ seems to be the wall where most people encounter stability issues. Only the lucky folks are getting 5.0GHz stable CPUs. In my opinion, in terms of performance, 4.5 to 4.7GHz seems to be the ideal balance of performance to power use and performance heat generated.
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