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munaim1,
Got the 2700K right now and really happy with it. 5ghz with 1.4V. the 2600K I have took 1.5V. Also I think the BSOD is because of the motherboard cooling as well. My vrm's with stress testing get ridiculously hot. With water cooling I will have to jimmy a way to get a fan on the vrm heatsink in the front and back of the motherboard.

Sounds like a nice chip. I'm on my third 2700K and it's not as good as yours, unless a 4.8@1.360 chip can do 5.0 at 1.40 (no way). I see in your sig that you have some vdroop going on. What level of LLC are you running (if any)? Have you done a 12 hour prime blend to test stability? Was that one binned for you or did you just get lucky? I don't think it's worth my trouble and expense to go to the well yet another time.
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Sounds like a nice chip. I'm on my third 2700K and it's not as good as yours, unless a 4.8@1.360 chip can do 5.0 at 1.40 (no way). I see in your sig that you have some vdroop going on. What level of LLC are you running (if any)? Have you done a 12 hour prime blend to test stability? Was that one binned for you or did you just get lucky? I don't think it's worth my trouble and expense to go to the well yet another time.

Yes I have some vdroop. I am using munaim's template for asus boards which uses the second highest LLC. I have only tested it for a couple hours now so I will do it later when I am not so busy . It is really the luck of the draw. My other 2600K was not that good. Needed 1.5V. Try for 5.0 and see what it needs. There is no point in getting another for such a little speed increase unless you bench.
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Well this is the latest incarnation of my 2500k Gaming rig.

Just put in the ASROCK z68 Extreme4 Gen3 board, and been playing with the overclock today. So far very happy.

5.0ghz @ 1.425v. Level 2 LLC. Running a H100 cooler. Looks like i might be able to go lwr with Vcore but looks good for now....

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This won't be counted as I completely noobed it up on RealTemp version but still going to post anyway and then go back to the tweaking (properly with correct downloads and versions this time wink.gif ) and then rerun the test.

Still worth posting though just to do it since I did run it for 12 hours. Started real temp a minute or more later than prime 95 hence the difference in time run

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first image is all needed info

Second image is same but CPU-z is switched to MOBO screen

Like I said I know this won't be counted since i f'd up the real temp version but it was run so I am gonna post and I'll just push higher and see if I can not noob it up this time

cheers!!
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Can't get help here. Screw it.
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Try reading this thread: BSOD 124 / IDLE Freezing on Sandy?
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That's a very nice thread you have there, but I'm sorry, I'm just not understanding some of it frown.gif

I would prefer to use Offset, so when my CPU is idle, and it downclocks, it's not running 1.35v at 1.4GHz, but I don't understand how to use offset. When I choose offset, it says current voltage is about 1.272, and then a box comes up saying how much I would like to add to it. But the current voltage is usually different in the BIOS. Before I OC'ed, it was at about 1.172, and now when I check in BIOS whenever I put it to offset to check it, it is at 1.272. Can you explain to me how to use offset please, at 4.5GHz?

If I use offset though, would the only thing I need to do it just make my settings look like this?

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Since I changed my vCore from 1.325 to 1.35, I haven't BSOD'ed since, except for the one time that I was stress testing for stabality with the new 1.35 voltage, and I got the 124 error.


What don't you understand?

Offset voltage uses the VID as a base voltage and determines what load voltage you get, obviously you have to first know what load voltage you require before setting it. For example if your Load VID voltage (see realtemp) is around 1.385v and you require 1.355 then your offset voltage would be - 0.030v (1.385 - 0.030 = 1.355v).

The voltage difference between BIOS and cpu-z under load is called vdroop, to tackle that, you will have to use LLC. When using Offset it is advised to disable C3 and C6 report, so yeah like the pic you have posted.

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munaim1,

Got the 2700K right now and really happy with it. 5ghz with 1.4V. the 2600K I have took 1.5V. Also I think the BSOD is because of the motherboard cooling as well. My vrm's with stress testing get ridiculously hot. With water cooling I will have to jimmy a way to get a fan on the vrm heatsink in the front and back of the motherboard.

lucky you!!! sounds like a very good chip!!

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Guys.. OC'ing in windows is a blessing, since you get bluescreens with error codes to help you troubleshooting.

But with ubuntu, all it does is reboot without any error messages. Is the any software or hints on how I can check which option I need to change in order to get it stable?

(OC'ing Chopper rig in sig)

Not sure about Ubuntu, you should still be able to see what bluescreen error you get. Not sure how to disable auto restart from bluescreen with ubuntu.

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Nothing stands out regards to the whole windows freezing. Might be a good idea to get your HDD checked out and have you tried a fresh OS install? Does it do that whilst at stock settings?

Actually just realised that you have the DDR frequency set to auto, enable Extreme Memory profile and that should sort your RAM out atleast.


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Thanks munaim1 for the compilation in the first post! I'm new to overclocking and you've made it extremely easy to follow with your post.

So I've been messing around with my new i5 2500k, and managed to get 4.8GHz with a vcore of ~1.392v, resulting in max temps of 66-70-71-68. I could probably push the vcore down a notch to get better temps, or increase the multiplier for a higher clock. Anyway, here's a screenshot for proof:

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If anyone has any additional tips, I'd love to hear them!

Those temps look pretty good, nice overclock. Will add you to the spreadsheet in a mo.


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Is this proof good enough to join the sandy stable club!? =D

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Thanks bud, appreciate the contribution. Thanks again. Will be adding you in a mo thumb.gif

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Can't get help here. Screw it.
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Sorry bud, I've been a bit busy last few days. Apologies that I couldn't get back to you sooner.






For those that missed it, choose your sig and wear it proudly, Copy and Paste whichever you want smile.gif smile.gif


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BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones im after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page


Spreadsheet contains voltage info, temperature info, cooling info, BIOS templates and seperate sheets hava been created for all of those, including one which filters the i5 and i7. This should be helpful to SB users and those looking to get SB, it also helps provide real world data regarding how the coolers are performing, what temps people are getting with the overclocks and at what kind of votlages, I think that it s a great addition to OCN and one that SB and non SB users can benefit from.


Thanks to all that contributed to this thread and spreadsheet, would not have been possible without you guys thumb.gif


We currently have just over 240 members and we are looking for MORE tongue.gif


SO GET POSTING GUYS BUT REMEMBER TO FOLLOW THE RULES!!!!


And again thanks to all those participated, we have some excellent club members here!!!!

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I will leave it like this for now i guess dont really care to waste more money on light this month maybe after the new year ill push for 5ghz+ and get a real water loop insitead of this Hyper 212 add me!
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I will leave it like this for now i guess dont really care to waste more money on light this month maybe after the new year ill push for 5ghz+ and get a real water loop insitead of this Hyper 212 add me!

You have a 2700k and you have HT turned off. What's the point. I'll never understand why someone would buy a chip with HT only to turn it off, when they could have saved some money and bought one that doesn't have HT. By the way, I'm thinking that high temp of 81c is too high for a voltage of 1.344. Something up there. Especially with HT off. I'd consider reseating that cooler! smile.gif
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because i dont need HT and WANT to have it incase i ever NEED it... plus i need more vcore for the same speed (stopped at around 1.384v) so i didnt want to risk overvolt degradaton


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