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For me it was because (on ASUS boards) you usually have to disable c3 and c6 reporting to stop BSODs at idle when you're using higher LLC levels and offset voltage.
Disabling these doubled idle cpu power usage because I guess the processor wasn't able to utilize the deeper sleep states for idle cores, so by disabling LLC, I was able to leave c3 and c6 reporting enabled and save some power.
I've also heard disabling c3 and c6 reporting hurts hard drive performance, but I haven't tested that first hand.
By hard drive you're referring to HDD not SSD right? Cause as I've read c3 and c6 hurts SSD performance while enabled.
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By hard drive you're referring to HDD not SSD right? Cause as I've read c3 and c6 hurts SSD performance while enabled.

Enabled improved performance for me.
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Enabled improved performance for me.
You're using manual vcore?
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By hard drive you're referring to HDD not SSD right? Cause as I've read c3 and c6 hurts SSD performance while enabled.

I forget the specifics, so I don't want to tell you the wrong thing.
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By hard drive you're referring to HDD not SSD right? Cause as I've read c3 and c6 hurts SSD performance while enabled.

If you reread the info on this in the OP over and over again, you will notice that one person said disabling them gave him better performance on his SSD and another said that enabling them gave him better performance. So there is no general consensus on this. And I bet it differs for every SSD. The info was mainly directed towards Sandforce-based drives but then again Sean Webster tested this "issue" with his Crucial M4 with a Marvell controller.

If we want to really know which is which, can you guys test out your SSD with the C3/C6 states enabled and disabled and post your AS SSD/ATTO results here?
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You're using manual vcore?

Offset here:

Here are my settings...
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Ai Tweaker
Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
BLCK/PCIE Frequency: 100.0
Turbo Ratio: By All Cores
By All Cores: 50
Internal PLL Voltage: Enabled
Memory Frequency: 1600MHz
DRAM Timing Control: 8-8-8-24-2N
EPU Power Saving Mode: Disabled

Ai Tweaker\ CPU Power Management >
CPU Ratio: Auto
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology: Enabled
Turbo Mode: Enabled
Long Duration Power Limit: Auto
Long Duration Maintained: Auto
Short Duration Power Limit: Auto
Additional Turbo Voltage: Auto
Primary Plane Current Limit: Auto

Ai Tweaker (in the DIGI+ VRM section)
Load-Line Calibration: High
VRM Frequency: Manual
VRM Fixed Frequency Mode: 350
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: Extreme
CPU Current Capability: 140%
CPU Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Mode Sign: +
CPU Offset Voltage: 0.130
DRAM Voltage: 1.5
VCCSA Voltage: Auto
VCCIO Voltage: Auto
CPU PLL Voltage: 1.7
PCH Voltage: Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum: Enabled

Advanced\ CPU Configuration >
CPU Ratio: Auto
Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor: Enabled
Active Processor Cores: All
Limit CPUID Maximum: Disabled
Execute Disable Bit: Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology: Enabled
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology: Enabled
Turbo Mode: Enabled
CPU C1E: Enabled
CPU C3 Report: Enabled
CPU C6 Report: Enabled
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If you reread the info on this in the OP over and over again, you will notice that one person said disabling them gave him better performance on his SSD and another said that enabling them gave him better performance. So there is no general consensus on this. And I bet it differs for every SSD. The info was mainly directed towards Sandforce-based drives but then again Sean Webster tested this "issue" with his Crucial M4 with a Marvell controller.
If we want to really know which is which, can you guys test out your SSD with the C3/C6 states enabled and disabled and post your AS SSD/ATTO results here?

It all gets funny cause every guide out there tells you to do different things. So in the end you do and try out what ever you want and get the OC stable. As long as you don't get BSODs and you got a reasonable vcore, you're good to go.

PS. I'll do ATTO bench later today and post the results.
Edited by AeroZ - 12/6/11 at 5:45am
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Hello im getting BSOD when gaming with 2500k and asus p8z68 v pro on 4.5ghz on corsair H60 and a stock gtx560 ti.

I got BSOD when first time tried to play batman arkham city and i was on offset vcore so i changed that and i manually seted vcore to 1.35v. Now the game is running flawlessly.

My settings are:
c1e, c3, c6 are enabled and the intel speedstep enabled also.
multiplier set to 45x
vccio on auto and shows 1.0x volts
PLL overvoltage is disabled
PLL voltage is 1.79v
vcore is manual set to 1.35v
LLC is extreme
DRAM voltage is 1.5 and my timings are automatically correct seted 8-8-8-24 (manufactureres default)
DRAM frequency 1600Mhz

Tested with linx 20 pass runs with maximum ram and i can pass prime 95 blend test also.

With the settings above i managed to play batman arkham city and tons of hours on battlefield 3 BUT yesterday when i was playing for 2 hours battlefield 3 with skype open it suddently BSOD 124.

What the he** is wrong with it? Do i need to raise something or lower somwthing? It drive me crazy... I think i am in the middle of nowhere and i dont know whats the fault...
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Hello im getting BSOD when gaming with 2500k and asus p8z68 v pro on 4.5ghz on corsair H60 and a stock gtx560 ti.
I got BSOD when first time tried to play batman arkham city and i was on offset vcore so i changed that and i manually seted vcore to 1.35v. Now the game is running flawlessly.
My settings are:
c1e, c3, c6 are enabled and the intel speedstep enabled also.
multiplier set to 45x
vccio on auto and shows 1.0x volts
PLL overvoltage is disabled
PLL voltage is 1.79v
vcore is manual set to 1.35v
LLC is extreme
DRAM voltage is 1.5 and my timings are automatically correct seted 8-8-8-24 (manufactureres default)
DRAM frequency 1600Mhz
Tested with linx 20 pass runs with maximum ram and i can pass prime 95 blend test also.
With the settings above i managed to play batman arkham city and tons of hours on battlefield 3 BUT yesterday when i was playing for 2 hours battlefield 3 with skype open it suddently BSOD 124.
What the he** is wrong with it? Do i need to raise something or lower somwthing? It drive me crazy... I think i am in the middle of nowhere and i dont know whats the fault...
Firstly don't use LLC extreme. Use high or ultra high for that OC. Is you prime blend stable for 12 hours with those settings? Also see this thread too: http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first
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If i use ultra high LLC and i set vcore to 1.35 it will drop to 1.332 - 1.344 under load and i dont want that because its unstable. Shall i get the vocre to 1.36? You think i have to touch the vvcio? Now i was on bios and i changed my VRM freq to 350 manual. ive also seen many people using 140% on cpu current capability and i use 100%? This might be a problem?
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