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Can anyone show me how to set up this kind of test in prime95? tongue.gif

Choose custom test,

in Min FFT size (in K): enter 4096

Max FFT size is already default to 4096

I usually use around 2500MB of memory, but whatever is 80-90% of your available memory. Go to Windows, start, then search for "Resource Monitor" and hit enter. Click on the memory tab and it will say down below, "Available." Use 80-90% of the number that displays there that is available...

Time to run each FFT size [in minutes]: 1

Run for 30 minutes to an hour.


Hawaii,

LOL. 1.120V is nothing... I think stock is more around 1.200V
People here run 1.300+ 24/7... Its a combo of what your willing to consider "safe" and how much performance you want, and how high you'll allow your temperatures to get...


Hope that helps you guys!
post #5982 of 10702
Just a quick question.
Most guides say i should disable Internal PPL Overvoltage but what does it exactly do?
Because i'm trying to overclock but when its enabled it seems to be stable at a lower vcore needed before. (still running prime so don't know how stable it is yet)
    
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@cakewalk: do I need to check the option "Run FFT s in-place" as well?
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Tested with prime 95 blend mode (including the 1344 and 1792 tests) for 9 hours, also tested for 30 mins a custom prime95 on test 4096K with 85% of my ram used and 20 pass on linx with maximum RAM setting. Played for 2 hours Battlefield 3 maxed out with skype (on) and monitoring on background with aida64 showing vcore range 1.360-1368v and temps 59C, also played Batman: arkham city for 1 hour with aida64 monitoring again and showing the same values. Was browsing on firefox with hardware acceleration (on), watching videos on youtube without any problems or BSOD's and Vcore was 1.368-1.376v (lets say thats idle).
Here you can see the settings i used:
Multiplier: 45x
BCLK: 100
VRM Freq: 350
LLC: Ultra High
Intel Speedstep: Enabled
c1e: enabled
c3, c6: auto
PLL Overvoltage: disabled
Spread Spectrum: disabled
Cpu Current Capability: 100%
Duty Control: T.probe
Phase Control: extreme
Vcore manual set: 1.370v. Now on load i get 1.360 - 1.368v and idle on 1.368v - 1.376v
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)
Please tell me your opinions! I would be glad to hear some of those biggrin.gif
Thanks in advance!

Dos, I don't have all of the same settings in the bios but here's what I've heard. This might help ya.
Disable c3 and c6.
Change CPU Current Capability to 130 or 140%
PLL voltage seems a tad high...?

Make sure your memory isn't the problem. Try a mem test....

4096k tests seem for me to reveal anything unstable. You pass a 1hr 4096k, you should be able to pass a 12hr blend...

Hope that helps.

Where's your chip from? Heard Costa Rica chips are great....mine seems good!



Thanks for your answer.

First of all i wanna say that at the moment im pretty stable on whatever im doing on my PC with the settings i posted. All tests mentioned as ''stability prove tests'' like 4096k prime and other, have allready passed succesfully.

Im not using offset so i think there is no reason to disable the c3 and c6 because as mentioned here, if ur using manual you better have em auto or enabled for avoiding any idle BSOD (i never had bsod on idle as far as i remember on whatever settings tongue.gif ).

Well pll voltage is on auto tongue.gif

Memory isnt a problem for sure since i can stay stable on everything ive tested so far with max memory usage.

4096k passed after a 30 min test. Usually when someone is unstable it bsod the first 5-10 mins on 4096k test.

1344k and 1792k also passed on my 9 hour blend test.

IF someone can explain me why to change from 100% to 140% the CPU Current Capability setting and that this will not affect my overclock and force it to bsod's i would be pleased to change it.


Now about my chip i dont think its from Costa Rica, i mostly think that its from the worst intel factory since i need 1.370v to run 4.5Ghz hahaha biggrin.gif
Edited by dos659 - 12/8/11 at 7:55am
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Intel 2500k @4GHz @1.120V
Is it dangerous? I am testing now with prime95 Blend, have been going strong for about 20minutes.
Any other tests to do? Temps are @50C average with corsair H60

What is dangerous?
If you haven't read the OP then don't post anymore before you do that.
Edited by AeroZ - 12/8/11 at 7:37am
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Here is mine in a old P180B case with fans on medium.
Hd's in lower chamber ahead of power supply.






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Gold,

No, don't check run FFT's in place. I don't think its needed.
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Here's an overclock I just did for a friend's build, pretty decent chip considering the **** tier cooling it's using wink.gif But hey, a $5 heatsink and he got 4.6ghz out of his chip while staying under 75C at full load; A winner in my book!

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Unfortunatly only OCN member's are allowed to be in the spreadsheet. thumb.gif

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May I be added into the club please...

Finally did my 12 hour blend...wow its late...
yea yea, stupid tv screen only running in 1360x768 makes the desktop pretty cluttered... Hopefully new screen in a few months?

Just need some MOSFET cooling and I should be set.
Can't wait for my SSD. Right now my CPU is super fast but the HDD is a killer slow...almost a waste of time overclocking with a regular 7200rpm hdd....ug

Sorry but realtemp has to show the time that it has been running. I went over this in the rules. This thread is for stability and cooling info. The purpose behind the realtemp time is really because of the cooling data. I'm trying to capture load temps for a giving time (usually as long as prime has been running) so a more accurate load temp can be taken to see how 'our' coolers are performing. It's killing two birds with one stone, stability with prime95 and cooling info with realtemp smile.gif

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Here is mine in a old P180B case with fans on medium.
Hd's in lower chamber ahead of power supply.

Please read the First post of the thread (OP).


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Unfortunatly only OCN member's are allowed to be in the spreadsheet. thumb.gif
Sorry but realtemp has to show the time that it has been running. I went over this in the rules. This thread is for stability and cooling info. The purpose behind the realtemp time is really because of the cooling data. I'm trying to capture load temps for a giving time (usually as long as prime has been running) so a more accurate load temp can be taken to see how 'our' coolers are performing. It's killing two birds with one stone, stability with prime95 and cooling info with realtemp smile.gif
Please read the First post of the thread (OP).
Thank you.

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Look at the minimum temp, its time stamped below it.... That's when real temp was loaded. The max temp during the run was the 15 hour mark for some...and you see the start at 13:19...

so I don't get it? I know the rules......
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Look at the minimum temp, its time stamped below it.... That's when real temp was loaded. The max temp during the run was the 15 hour mark for some...and you see the start at 13:19...

so I don't get it? I know the rules......

Well there you go, I'm sorry but it won't be fair on everyone else.
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