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post #5911 of 10702
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Ok i seted:

Multiplier: 45x
BCLK: 100
vrm freq: 350
LLC: ultra high
Intel speedstep: enabled
c1e: enabled
c3, c6: auto
CPU PLL: disabled
spread spectrum: disabled
cpu current capability: 100%
duty control: T.probe
phase control: extreme
Vcore manual: 1.36v. Now on load i get 1.352 and idle 1.360-1.368v
DRAM voltage: 1.50v
DRAM timings: auto (correct seted 8-8-8-24 with manufactureres default)
DRAM frequency: 1600Mhz
VCCIO: auto (1.052v)
PLL voltage: auto (1.798v)


Tried with the settings above and after 5 hours p95 blend it BSOD 124... I seted vcore to 1.37 and testing again atm... Is there anything else you think that needs a change except from vcore??

Thanks
post #5912 of 10702
Only a 30min run but looks good so far will do a full 12hr+ when I goto bed/work

Will probably try to go lower on the voltages as Im sure Im a bit higher than what I need for 4.5ghz

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post #5913 of 10702
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Hello Sandy Bridge brothers and sisters!
I am finally jumping into OC'ing my long overdue chip as time has freed up for me and the GHZ gods are smiling!
I am very new to overclocking, at least at this level. I'm not too sure what my 2500k can handle yet, so I want to start playing around with it. Last night I tried to set the multi as high as it could go on stock volts with everything default. I got to 4.2 and was able to run blend for 15 hours without crash. Is that an OK multi for stock voltage? If I bump to 43 I get stuck at Windows splash, so I'm guessing I pretty much met my limit at 42.
I have been reading this thread all day today at work so I took in a ton of info! Thanks to you all for being so informative and helpful as well, this community rocks.
Tonight when I get home I want to start bumping up the multi and volts to see where I can get. Anyone have a starting point I should baseline off of (I know that probably gets asked a ton), I have read through the OP but still I just feel better asking anyone who is willing to school a overclocker padawan smile.gif
Thanks everyone and happy holidays!

Every 2500k I've played with this year (~15) has been able to hit 4.4ghz with no issues whatsoever. Try 4.4ghz @ 1.3v manual voltage, LLC high, phase/duty control extreme, cpu current 140%, vrm frequency 350, pll overvoltage disabled, cpu pll 1.7v, ram set to XMP profile speeds and everything else auto.

If you can get 15-20 minutes of prime95 custom blend using 1344/1792 fft's using those settings, drop the voltage down by .01 at a time until you either BSOD or get an error in prime, then use the previous stable setting to attempt a 12 hour prime blend. Most people here are comfortable up to 1.4v and no higher than 80C (during stress testing) on air; I personally push my chips to 1.45/90C at the highest and have not had any problems doing so. Your call. Once you find a stable manual voltage you can start playing with offsets/c states/etc.
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post #5914 of 10702
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Every 2500k I've played with this year (~15) has been able to hit 4.4ghz with no issues whatsoever. Try 4.4ghz @ 1.3v manual voltage, LLC high, phase/duty control extreme, cpu current 140%, vrm frequency 350, pll overvoltage disabled, cpu pll 1.7v, ram set to XMP profile speeds and everything else auto.
If you can get 15-20 minutes of prime95 custom blend using 1344/1792 fft's using those settings, drop the voltage down by .01 at a time until you either BSOD or get an error in prime, then use the previous stable setting to attempt a 12 hour prime blend. Most people here are comfortable up to 1.4v and no higher than 80C (during stress testing) on air; I personally push my chips to 1.45/90C at the highest and have not had any problems doing so. Your call. Once you find a stable manual voltage you can start playing with offsets/c states/etc.

Hey thanks for the baseline to work from. Can't wait to get home and mess with some electricity!
post #5915 of 10702
Am I correct to assume offset voltages won't benefit from LLC since offset already compensates for vdroop?

How are the two different?
 
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post #5916 of 10702
hello, where can you change the vrm frequency on a maximus extreme 7 i cant get 5.0ghz stable on my 2700k... i can get 2.9 stable at 1.406v but 5 needs over 1.425 and my temps get too hot! without the vcore it will bsod saying clock interrupt on secondary cpu
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post #5917 of 10702
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Hi munaim1:

Thanks so much for this thread! As a SB newbie moving from LGA775, I had quite a few OC tweaks that needed revising. But, with all of the resources available here at OCN Forums, I was able to pretty quickly get a mild overclock stable:

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To me it looks like you've only run it for 8 hours. The main thread doesn't even show a start time, only time I see is 04:04. Please set prime 95 accordingly. Increase the window size of prime and set the windows to tile Take a look at the template screenshot in the rules section.. Sorry about that.


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Here is my try out smile.gif:

Could you use the OCN attachment please.
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So as it turns out, I can't boot on the settings you told me Cre3d.

I set everything to what you said:

Multi at 44
PLL Overvoltage Disabled
Memory set to 1600 (default)
LLC is on High
VRM Freq: 350
Phase and Duty control to Extreme
CPU Current Capability is at 140%
Manual Voltage set to 1.3
CPU PLL Voltage set to 1.7

I can't get past the Windows Splash screen on those settings. Do you think it's possible I got a bad lemon chip? If you tried 15 of them and they all worked there, I guess mine is the first to fail haha.

ASUS has that auto overclock deal on their motherboards, and I know you aren't supposed to really use it because it feeds to much power for a mild OC, etc, etc. But my CPU won't even boot after it tries to auto overclock. I would have guessed it would at least boot. Why would ASUS make a feature that doesn't work in the slightest?
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So as it turns out, I can't boot on the settings you told me Cre3d.

I set everything to what you said:

Multi at 44
PLL Overvoltage Disabled
Memory set to 1600 (default)
LLC is on High
VRM Freq: 350
Phase and Duty control to Extreme
CPU Current Capability is at 140%
Manual Voltage set to 1.3
CPU PLL Voltage set to 1.7

I can't get past the Windows Splash screen on those settings. Do you think it's possible I got a bad lemon chip? If you tried 15 of them and they all worked there, I guess mine is the first to fail haha.

ASUS has that auto overclock deal on their motherboards, and I know you aren't supposed to really use it because it feeds to much power for a mild OC, etc, etc. But my CPU won't even boot after it tries to auto overclock. I would have guessed it would at least boot. Why would ASUS make a feature that doesn't work in the slightest?

Increase the LLC to ultra high and increase the voltage to 1.32v and report back smile.gif set the multiplier to 45 while your at it, 4.5ghz should be a walk in the park for these chips smile.gif
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To me it looks like you've only run it for 8 hours. The main thread doesn't even show a start time, only time I see is 04:04. Please set prime 95 accordingly. Increase the window size of prime and set the windows to tile Take a look at the template screenshot in the rules section.. Sorry about that.

Yeah, guess I can see how you might think that ... reality is I'd never looked through the Prime windows and did a couple times while the run was going. Guess I didn't leave them where you could see the starting time which is what you're saying you want to see, right? At any rate, RealTemp shows the run length when I took the screenshot ... 12 hours and a few seconds. Looks like I have an extra window of CPU-Z and the wrong tab for memory as well ... didn't pay enough attention to this, obviously.

As far as tiling Prime, I did and there's not any more screen space ... it's not going to show much other than the 8 threads and that they are still active, which is what I thought the purpose was. I'm guessing a stopped worker makes the symbol turn red since I've yet to see one (BSOD or restarts only on this system). If there is a particular line you'd like to see, like the first or last, let me know and I'll make sure my next submission has it.

Also, just so I know, how do you determine if everyone has used 80%- 90% of available memory? I opened task manager to check free memory and entered 6GB for the custom Prime run which was almost 90%, but, I didn't see anywhere that would verify I did this and task manager didn't even show that extra memory as being used. Let me know on this as I'd like to have a stable system, not think my system is stable when it's not.

Anyway, no biggy ... I'll be folding over the next week or so, but, I'm sure to make another run or two after that and it'll hopefully be at a higher OC smile.gif
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