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Nope, just edit your above post and add them there thumb.gif

Weird, when I go to edit the post they're there, but after I submit, they disappear. While logged in, I can click on history and see them, but they're not showing right. I'll add them here.

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Thanks bud, appreciate it thumb.gif

+rep for sharing the BIOS settings!!

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Thanks bud, appreciate the screenshot, will update the spreadsheet now. Thanks again, welcome to the club thumb.gif

By the way, very very nice overclock!!!!!
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Alright guys, I'm looking for some help here. I just finished a 24 hr Prime blend run this morning smile.gif 4.7GHz @ 1.45vcore (yeah it's high, thats my chip though I guess). I can get 4.7 and even 4.8 to load into windows at this voltage but I can't them stable.

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So, after I took the screenie, I decided to run 10 runs if Intel Burn Test on "Max" settings. I stayed for the first run, then left... upon return found BSOD error 124. I assume this is vdroop getting me?

I will post my BIOS screenies in just a bit. I'm looking at ways to optimize my current OC... stable under all conditions as well as being as cool as possible.

Thanks!

EDIT: Current cooling is H100 on medium profile. Got a new one, no pump noise smile.gif
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Alright guys, I'm looking for some help here. I just finished a 24 hr Prime blend run this morning smile.gif 4.7GHz @ 1.45vcore (yeah it's high, thats my chip though I guess). I can get 4.7 and even 4.8 to load into windows at this voltage but I can't them stable.

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So, after I took the screenie, I decided to run 10 runs if Intel Burn Test on "Max" settings. I stayed for the first run, then left... upon return found BSOD error 124. I assume this is vdroop getting me?

I will post my BIOS screenies in just a bit. I'm looking at ways to optimize my current OC... stable under all conditions as well as being as cool as possible.

Thanks!

EDIT: Current cooling is H100 on medium profile. Got a new one, no pump noise smile.gif

Post your BIOS screenshots as you have them for your overclock, It might just be possible that your chip cannot do 4.8ghz. but we'll see. Also forget about using IBT, concentrate on Prime blend with 90% of your available RAM.

Will update your entry now, Thanks again. And yeah, that voltage is quite high, your 12hour blend stable with 4.5ghz with 1.352, for 200mhz extra you require almost .090v which is quite a bit.

By the way, those that are already on the list and are posting updates to their overclocks, you can find your old screenshots in the 'Old entries' sheet. You can compare your own overclocks if you wish , how well it does between voltages, before and after changing cooler etc. Thanks.


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Post your BIOS screenshots as you have them for your overclock, It might just be possible that your chip cannot do 4.8ghz. but we'll see. Also forget about using IBT, concentrate on Prime blend with 90% of your available RAM.
Will update your entry now, Thanks again. And yeah, that voltage is quite high, your 12hour blend stable with 4.5ghz with 1.352, for 200mhz extra you require almost .090v which is quite a bit.
By the way, those that are already on the list and are posting updates to their overclocks, you can find your old screenshots in the 'Old entries' sheet. You can compare your own overclocks if you wish , how well it does between voltages, before and after changing cooler etc. Thanks.
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Here are my screen shots as promised:

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I'm thinking my crashing issues may be related to something other than the vcore itself, I'd previously had my PLL set at 1.7 and RAM at 1.5 but I wanted to do most everything on auto for this this run. I'm not set on getting 4.8 either, however, it would be great. My temps are getting up there @ 69C MAX with this current set up. I've got 3 more case fans to help create a positive case pressure situation, that may help.

Any suggestions to help with stability, temp, etc. are more than welcome. FYI, while gaming, my temps top out in the mid 50's.
Edited by uniwarking - 12/10/11 at 11:43am
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Thanks for the BIOS settings, appreciate it smile.gif +rep


What I would suggest is reduce the voltage to around 1.42v, and set the Ai Clock tuner to XMP - that will set your RAM to its stock settings automatically.

With the votlage at 1.42v, you could try this:

VCCIO between stock settings and 1.125v.
PLL voltage work your way up from 1.5v to 1.7v.

Test stability with prime blend, either using the Custom FFTs (1344 / 1792) for 15-30 mins each, when chaning the above values make sure you do so in small increments and change one setting at a time.

Enable C1E and Speedstep (EIST) and leave C3 and C6 report on Auto and while your at it, enable spread spectrum.

Report back with your findings. Also just a note, be patient and take your time because it is a lengthy process. Here's an example:
Quote:
Possible way to eliminate 124 when stress testing

Read the above thread from page 5, post 45, onwards and use the same method to try and eliminate the 124 error. This is a tedious process and one that requires patience and if you don't have that, then you shouldn't be overclocking!!! It is a great way to find out the potential of your chip and also the sweet spot for it, so be sure to read the above thread.

Hope that helps thumb.gif
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Thanks for the BIOS settings, appreciate it smile.gif +rep
What I would suggest is reduce the voltage to around 1.42v, and set the Ai Clock tuner to XMP - that will set your RAM to its stock settings automatically.
With the votlage at 1.42v, you could try this:
VCCIO between stock settings and 1.125v.
PLL voltage work your way up from 1.5v to 1.7v.
Test stability with prime blend, either using the Custom FFTs (1344 / 1792) for 15-30 mins each, when chaning the above values make sure you do so in small increments and change one setting at a time.
Enable C1E and Speedstep (EIST) and leave C3 and C6 report on Auto and while your at it, enable spread spectrum.
Report back with your findings. Also just a note, be patient and take your time because it is a lengthy process. Here's an example:
Quote:
Possible way to eliminate 124 when stress testing
Read the above thread from page 5, post 45, onwards and use the same method to try and eliminate the 124 error. This is a tedious process and one that requires patience and if you don't have that, then you shouldn't be overclocking!!! It is a great way to find out the potential of your chip and also the sweet spot for it, so be sure to read the above thread.
Hope that helps thumb.gif

Hey, thanks for the input... your help is certainly appreciated around OCN.

Before I had finished posting my pics, I went ahead and changed my PLL back to 1.7, set my VCCIO to 1.1v, and set my RAM voltage back to 1.5 (the xmp setting for my RAM).

My comp just finished 5 runs of intel burn test successfully with these settings.

I will go ahead and make all the changes you suggested, and give it a go.
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Thanks for the BIOS settings, appreciate it smile.gif +rep
What I would suggest is reduce the voltage to around 1.42v, and set the Ai Clock tuner to XMP - that will set your RAM to its stock settings automatically.
With the votlage at 1.42v, you could try this:
VCCIO between stock settings and 1.125v.
PLL voltage work your way up from 1.5v to 1.7v.
Test stability with prime blend, either using the Custom FFTs (1344 / 1792) for 15-30 mins each, when chaning the above values make sure you do so in small increments and change one setting at a time.
Enable C1E and Speedstep (EIST) and leave C3 and C6 report on Auto and while your at it, enable spread spectrum.
Report back with your findings. Also just a note, be patient and take your time because it is a lengthy process. Here's an example:
Quote:
Possible way to eliminate 124 when stress testing
Read the above thread from page 5, post 45, onwards and use the same method to try and eliminate the 124 error. This is a tedious process and one that requires patience and if you don't have that, then you shouldn't be overclocking!!! It is a great way to find out the potential of your chip and also the sweet spot for it, so be sure to read the above thread.
Hope that helps thumb.gif

Hey, thanks for the input... your help is certainly appreciated around OCN.

Before I had finished posting my pics, I went ahead and changed my PLL back to 1.7, set my VCCIO to 1.1v, and set my RAM voltage back to 1.5 (the xmp setting for my RAM).

My comp just finished 5 runs of intel burn test successfully with these settings.

I will go ahead and make all the changes you suggested, and give it a go.

You're most welcome, Like mentioned already, make sure you change one settings at a time and in small increments, usually VCCIO from stock would be a good place to start and PLL from 1.5v as well. When switching between stability tester's you'll like find inconsistency, you might find that you're stable in prime but fail in IBT and vice versa, however prime blend is a superior tester as it involves the IMC as well when used with 90% of your available RAM smile.gif
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