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Originally Posted by HeatGuyJ View Post

hey guys, as promised I went home tinkered with the settings and used munaim1's advice. ran blend test for an hour and got some results I am happy with. just wondering if someone could look over my settings and let me know if something is off. I'm not having any issues after I switched c1e and i hope to run a 12hr blend tomorrow, but, would like to know if anything is glaringly wrong.

Also would like to note I live in Canada and while it's nice weather right now I know the summer will make my room around 5-10 degrees hotter. So hence 60 C was around the max I wanted to play with.

Looks good, however go for a higher overclock, 4.5ghz seems to be quite average for these chips. Also you might want to reduce the PLL voltage, somewhere between 1.5-1.7v would be the sweet spot, however that is something that you'll have to test your self.

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Originally Posted by Jonsu View Post

I have the 2600k and is currently clocked at 4.8. Do you think I could push 5.0 on air?

Probably not, what is your temps at full load and what voltage are you using for the 4.8ghz?

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Originally Posted by Iraklis View Post

Here are my results guys:
4,5GHz @ 1.304Vcore, 55 64 65 63
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Thanks bud, I'll add you in a moment. Thank you for contributing to the thread. Welcome to the club.

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Originally Posted by Darkleoco View Post

I'm thinking my chip might just have trouble hitting 4.5 Ghz at all :/ , I'm Blend testing 4.4 Ghz right now at 1.37v and it is running smooth as butter with temps under 60 degrees compared to 70 or so on 4.5 Ghz and barely using more than 1.29v when I couldn't stabilize 4.5 Ghz at 1.39v....
What could cause that kind of discrepancy?

After a certain point, you need a lot of voltage, your chip might not be the best. Continue increasing the voltage and see what happens. What voltage does it take to stabilize 4.4ghz?


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Originally Posted by Vodkacooling View Post

I am going to shoot my chip! Im so tired of these 124 errors!
I cant get to the bottom of this at all. I can play bf3 stable, then when I prime test it its boom! BSOD
Right now
Im trying to get 4.8 stable
PLL 1.5 ( have tried 1.55-1.8)
Vcore 1.408 (will go to 1.416 on my next try)
CPU IO 1.070
Its a MSI P67A-GD65
I have water cooling and my temps never pass 65 (stay around 60, I am thinking of reapplying my thermal paste). So temps are not an issue.
I am only getting 0x124 which could be Vcore, PLL, or CPUIO. this is the only error! lol
any tips? any guides for this board? anyone else have this problem?

You could try reading the BSOD 124 / Freezing on SB? link in my sig. There is a method of tweaking the IO and PLL voltage, after that it's pretty much all about the vcore.


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Thanks bud, however, realtemp only shows 2 hour's, therefore cooling info would not be accurate and that includes load temps. Sorry bud


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BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones im after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page


Spreadsheet contains voltage info, temperature info, cooling info, BIOS templates and seperate sheets hava been created for all of those, including one which filters the i5 and i7. This should be helpful to SB users and those looking to get SB, it also helps provide real world data regarding how the coolers are performing, what temps people are getting with the overclocks and at what kind of votlages, I think that it s a great addition to OCN and one that SB and non SB users can benefit from.


Thanks to all that contributed to this thread and spreadsheet, would not have been possible without you guys thumb.gif


We currently have just over 210 members and we are looking for MORE tongue.gif


SO GET POSTING GUYS BUT REMEMBER TO FOLLOW THE RULES!!!!


And again thanks to all those participated, we have some excellent club members here!!!!

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UPDATING THE SPREADSHEET NOW. PLEASE BE PATIENT

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Edited by munaim1 - 11/28/11 at 8:51am
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Mad props to you munaim1 for putting your time and effort in creating this excellent one stop shop info shop for sandy rigs.

I'm currently playing around with offset voltages. I'll post new stress test screenshots and BIOS settings once I'm satisfied with the stability of the rig.

Cheers.
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I got my new 2500k in. I didn't even allow it to boot into Windows before I started to overclock it. biggrin.gif I did some research on the chip before hand and found out this batch is good for overclocking! I am at 1.4v in the BIOS and CPU-Z reads 1.392v. This was the first one voltage setting I tried and it passed 20 flops on IBT. I am now going for the 24 hour P95. Think I have a 5.0Ghz CPU here?

Munaim1, did you do any testing at 4.8Ghz vs. 5.0Ghz? What was the FPS difference in game or benchmark score?
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A word to the wise... Asus AI Suite II Auto Tuner "Extreme" mode... CAUTION!!!!

So, a while back I used the Auto Tune mode in the BIOS just to see what it would run my rig at... 4326Mhz (103 x 42) @ 1.27vcore... big whoop right?

Well, last night I finally got Asus AI Suite II installed. I had to apply the "will not install patch" several times...etc. etc.

So, I noticed the Auto Tune in AI Suite had an "Extreme" mode. Well, I thought... I've been running at 4.5GHz fairly easily... I'll give it a try. It did pop up with warning... but I had no idea what was in store for me! I must say the system was rather smooth, stress testing as it upped the multiplier and BCLK and restarting several times along the way.

The end result of this process was a 4762Mhz (103.5 x 46) OC. I thought, "This is cool." So I pulled up real temp, hw monitor, cpu-z, etc. It was running idle at 1656MHz @ 1.176vcore. So, I opened up Prime... and it's a good thing I had all the monitoring programs open... my vcore in cpu-z instantly jumped to 1.568vcore and temp to the high 80's - low 90's.!

Luckily, I was able to shut down Prime and adjust my settings rather quickly... probably my own fault for not checking settings more thouroghly... but dang ASUS... what are you trying to do?!?!?!?
Edited by uniwarking - 11/28/11 at 6:29pm
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I noticed the same thing when I ran it on my 2500k. Whoever designed that thing was smoking crack. It will up vcore a ton, so I definitely wouldn't recommend running the extreme auto overclocker if you're trying to go for a 24/7 overclock.
Edited by Mad Skillz - 11/28/11 at 6:45pm
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So I'd like to update my post. In my struggle to get 5.0 GHz on air, I realized that I needed a second CPU fan and more case fans and that meant more noise or I'd hit the CPU throttle in the Intel Burn Test or any other Linpack 64 based test and I was close to TJMax in Prime95 too. I was stable at 4.9 GHz but I wasn't happy with the temperatures because I still hit throttle stops in Linpack benches. I was stable at 4.8 GHz and I was able to avoid hitting the CPU throttle, but I only had a 1C margin of error from TJMax in Linpack 64 based benches. Prime95 was stable for the 4.9 and the 4.8 clocks, but I wasn't comfortable with 12 hours of staring at my system to make sure I wasn't hitting throttles.

So I went back to my first 4.7 GHz build and I decided to build for minimum voltage while still remaining stable.

I know that I can only have one OC submission in this thread, but I'd like to update my prior screenshots with the lower temperatures and voltages in this set of screenshots.

Now I know, this isn't a thread for voltage and temperature, it's a thread for stability, so without further ado, here is my loaded screenshot at just over 12 hours:

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4.7 GHz 1.344V < 71C for 10+ hours, 76C max 1 hr and 50 min into the test on air, with only a 120mm CPU fan, a 120mm rear case fan, a 80 mm front case fan and a 140mm PSU fan all very quiet. 12 hour 13 minute total Prime95 (64) 92% RAM use Blend Custom test.


And here is just under 6 minutes after the test, showing my idle temperatures:

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1.6 GHz 1.000V 31C all cores.

So my update is not a core clock multiplier update, but rather a reduction in Vcore and Tcore while maintaining stability; I decided that an efficient overclock was worth more to me than a maximum overclock. Something I noticed is that my benchmarks have improved with these lower voltages at 4.7 GHz when compared to the higher voltage and heat of 4.8 GHz. I get faster times in Prime95 and I get higher GFlops in Intel Burn Test and my folding unit workloads go a bit faster too. I also have a more even Tcore across all cores. Core #0 is still lower than the others, but my gap between cores #1 and #2 when compared to #3 are much closer than they were before at the higher 4.7 GHz voltage or at the 48, 49, or 50 multipliers I was experimenting with. I must have hit the sweet spot in frequency vs thermal performance or something. I'm not entirely sure, but my data isn't lying to me.
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It sounds like the heat was causing the cpu to throttle, which was reducing your performance.
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I know my RealTemp version is off, and I didn't use EasyTune. Although Prime shows the 17 hour run, even has RealTemp displaying it.

Reason being RealTemp version is off is because I haven't even thought of updating it. As for EasyTune, well, I always got BSOD's with it running even if I was just using to get my voltage read-out so I just used HWMonitor.

Take it or leave it, I was just going to use it in my Default Album pictures but I figured I'd see if you'd want to add it. Everything else should be accurate aside from those 2 things I missed.

Also, if taken I'll give you the low-down..

CPU - 2600K
Overclock - 4.7GiggleHurtz
HT - OFF (Can be stable with it on, but I have it turned off due to playing Battlefield 3)
Vcore - 1.36 Idle / 1.39 Load (LLC Level 6, Vcore is about 1.330 in BIOs)
RAM - 4GBx2 Ripjaws X 2133 CLS 11-11-11-30 (Loose, I know.. tongue.gif )
Cooling - RS240 + XSPC Waterblock (7/16 / 5/8 Tubing)


EDIT - Forgot to add.. I stopped Prime so I could snag a screeny and couldn't start it up again so I just used Arkham City to get my CPU to jump to 4.7Ghz cause I use C1E and such.
 
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thanks munaim1 .

I been stresstesting it, but i realized the thermal paste i'm using reaches max efficency after 200hours. so I might wait a while before I shoot for 4.5ghz.

quick question in regards to the PLL voltage. Is lower better? and will it take affect on any other settings such as my core voltage??

Thanks again.
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Just a quick question. Just got my hyper 212 plus home. OC to 4.5 and 1.35vcore. Just to see temp. Ran prime 95 for 2 hours and highest temp was 86c.
I used the stock thermal paste. I know its high but i wanted to see highest temp and check with u guys? Is it about right? Tomorrow ill run down and buy artic silver 5, worth it?
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