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That's vdroop which is normal although I don't think it should drop your core speed too. Normally the voltage just drops (Sometimes alot) but it stays at same frequency which one of the biggest causes of BSOD. Try using Load Line Calibration to counter it

But um... why on god's green earth are you ramming 1.5v into your CPU for 4.5 GHz!!?
Edited by phazer11 - 4/16/11 at 9:50am
     
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I need to find a way to keep my room temps under control with this OC stress testing it makes my ambients very high and in turn makes my air cooler less effective.
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Was it someone here, that said that the Coolmaster V6's back-plate can short out 1155 MoBos?
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That's vdroop which is normal although I don't think it should drop your core speed too. Normally the voltage just drops (Sometimes alot) but it stays at same frequency which one of the biggest causes of BSOD. Try using Load Line Calibration to counter it

But um... why on god's green earth are you ramming 1.5v into your CPU for 4.5 GHz!!?
well the reason it's at 1.5v is because i'm new to overclocking and my mother board doesnt allow me to set cpu voltage and it has offset voltage instead and i don't know how to change it with that so i put random numbers
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Was it someone here, that said that the Coolmaster V6's back-plate can short out 1155 MoBos?
I did. why? CoolerMaster confirmed it was an issue but they denied responsibility claiming it to be limited to ASUS boards and not their problems they said I should get another board and that would fix the probelm with their cooler. Alternatively they said I could fill out a request form for some washers that I shouldn't use with the backplate, I could use them but they say using them with the backplate is possible but not recommended. I hate their support took me 3 days to actually talk to someone.

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well the reason it's at 1.5v is because i'm new to overclocking and my mother board doesnt allow me to set cpu voltage and it has offset voltage instead and i don't know how to change it with that so i put random numbers
Well if for whatever stupid reason it doesn't work in BIOS I can't imagine it not try using the ASUS AI Suite and setting it from the GUI there. I'd try 1.33-1.35 cpu vcore for a 4.5 GHz OC to start out with.
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Well i havent been here in a while , see you changed the rules from min of 8 hours to a solid 12. Anyway , not trying to get into the club , but i finally zeroed in my 24/7 4.5GHZ to the lowest vcore possible. I was able to get 4.5 stable for 10 hours at 1.305V in bios, not too bad. Temps didnt go above 72c , average load temp was 70.75c. I could have gone longer but i usually bench while i sleep over night, for two reasons, the first being cooler ambient (i live in NM, NO ac atm) , the second being i cant go without using my computer for extended periods of time ha ha.

Probably gonna take a break from benching for a few days , then gonna go for a 4.8 clock stable at 10 hours, and then a 5.0 stable clock at 10 hours. Gonna need to time it better to keep those bench times exclusively at night when its cooler, my 4.5 10 hour ran into 1pm and ambient was a bit too hot for my liking, although the D14 (windy) held its own quite nicely.

Although i was able to pass a 5 hour run in prime at 1.295V, i would always fail after 5 hours, so stability is debatable for that vcore.



Here are my initial test results over the last month , started with an H70 and switched to a D14.



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Well i havent been here in a while , see you changed the rules from min of 8 hours to a solid 12. Anyway , not trying to get into the club , but i finally zeroed in my 24/7 4.5GHZ to the lowest vcore possible. I was able to get 4.5 stable for 10 hours at 1.305V in bios, not too bad. Temps didnt go above 72c , average load temp was 70.75c. I could have gone longer but i usually bench while i sleep over night, for two reasons, the first being cooler ambient (i live in NM, NO ac atm) , the second being i cant go without using my computer for extended periods of time ha ha.

Probably gonna take a break from benching for a few days , then gonna go for a 4.8 clock stable at 10 hours, and then a 5.0 stable clock at 10 hours. Gonna need to time it better to keep those bench times exclusively at night when its cooler, my 4.5 10 hour ran into 1pm and ambient was a bit too hot for my liking, although the D14 (windy) held its own quite nicely.

Although i was able to pass a 5 hour run in prime at 1.295V, i would always fail after 5 hours, so stability is debatable for that vcore.



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Not bad I guess. Temps seem a little high in your SS though. Considering your cooler and the volts.
     
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well the reason it's at 1.5v is because i'm new to overclocking and my mother board doesnt allow me to set cpu voltage and it has offset voltage instead and i don't know how to change it with that so i put random numbers
Unfortunately, those P8P67 M's and LE boards were NOT designed for serious overclocking. They use completely different (worse) VRM technology than the rest of Asus' boards, and Asus decided to deliberately cripple voltage setting on these boards. I mean, the boards could EASILY support manual voltages. But Asus wants you to spend more money for higher end boards if you want that. It's called product segmentation. It sucks, but it makes companies money, and real life stuff just happens to suck.

Intel did the exact same thing with including VT-D in the 2600 and 2500 CPU's but NOT in the "K" series chips. VT-D allows virtual operating systems to access devices directly through their own drivers, not just the CPU. VT-X only allows hardware CPU access; the devices support has to be written through an emulation layer instead.

People often try to buy budget parts, because they can't afford the next higher up item, but sometimes it's better to save up a little extra dough and get the better parts.

The M/LE boards are fine for HTPC systems and people who want to do low overclocking (up to around 4 to 4.2 ghz). But offset clocking is difficult, confusing, and doesn't always give you the result you think it should.
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Not bad I guess. Temps seem a little high in your SS though. Considering your cooler and the volts.
Dude i live in southern NM its hot as poo right now, the 10 hour bench ran into the middle of the day . At night temps don't rise above 60c at that voltage. Temps are extremely dependent on the ambient, and my ambient is horrendous.
Although i will agree i have a very average chip, i have seen people run the lower end of the 1.2v spectrum for this OC . Oh well , i am happy with this OC and this voltage for now.

As you can see my minimum temps are extremely low , that was around 3am when i started the bench. Most of the time i wont go above 55c when im benching, but this ran into the hottest part of the day, I am pretty surprised temps weren't higher to be honest.
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It's about 98F with 60-80% humidity here...
I was just saying I was getting 75C max with my CoolerMaster V6 GT and 1.48v.
     
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