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I'm not sure what do you mean by dynamic voltage but I assume "without offset" ?
if so, yeah im setting it without offsets for vcore..

and yeah I have enough vcore for full load 12 hours custom blend 1792 (14.5GB ram load)
    
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This is my first post for overclocking. I'd just like to preface it with the fact that the main components were purchased used from OCN members, AT members, as well as Hard Forum members. The person that had this chip before me was XtremeCuztoms. I need to fine tune my O.C. certainly. I have a feeling that my thermal paste may be uneven. This shows in Real Temp as the temps are a bit off from core to core. Then again I'm merely a lurker that has been learning lol.

Overclock2.jpg 697k .jpg file

Thanks for the entry, I'll add it to the spreadsheet. Welcome to the club. smile.gif

In terms of the overclock and tweaking, could you post your BIOS settings for that overclock so that we can see what you have done so far. smile.gif

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Tons of good information in this thread. +Rep Munain1 really helped me get to where im at. Currently running prime 95 blend on my 2600k at 48x muti 1.4 vcore 1.7 pll. C-States off, HT off, temps around 75 c. Last night when i was working on x49 i was passing 20 min of 1344 FFT but 5 or so min into 1792 i was getting failures on 1 workers. Any tips to get stability at 4.9? I would like to get to 5.0 run 12-24 hrs of blend get some nice screenshots and dial it down to 4.6 or so for daily use.

Have a thorough read of my guide, it'll help with in regards to those FFT's smile.gif

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In your screenshot, you can see that the multiplier is 45x. That alone indicate it is FULL LOAD. The fluctuation in voltage is normal because no DC voltage can be "fixed" at one single time. That is voltage fluctuation and not Vdroop smile.gif Evidently though, for munaim1, he's vcore is more controllable at High LLC than Ultra High LLC.
Tho with that test which I did for the screenshot the voltage never drops to 1.304 like under load with prime. It stays 1.328 and sometimes 1.320.

In the end the question remains. What's the point of using LLC with offset.

I understand what you're saying but I think it allows a little more control over the load vcore.

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Guys, I have a question here..
My rigg is stable after prime95 and all..
But there is a slight difference during my windows login..
I used to have my OC settings at 4.1Ghz [1.185 Vcore] and start up was normal..
but eversince I changed it to 4.9Ghz [1.415 Vcore], my desktop seems to take a longer time to load up..

Is this normal?

bump.. got ignored frown.gif

Sorry for the late reply, seems that your post got lost somewhere. Anyway, regarding the slow boot at a higher overclock, are the results consistent? try clearing the CMOS and seeing if that helps. Also update the BIOS if you haven't already done so and you could also try a chkdsk to see if your HDD is all good.


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I'm not sure what do you mean by dynamic voltage but I assume "without offset" ?
if so, yeah im setting it without offsets for vcore..

and yeah I have enough vcore for full load 12 hours custom blend 1792 (14.5GB ram load)

Did you run the 1792 for 12hours? Have you ran a standard blend with upto 90% of RAM for atleast 12hours?

There are far more calculations than just the 1344 and 1792 FFT's. Please from now on use the standard blend test (upto 90% available RAM if you want) to test for stability and gain entry to club.

People are putting too much faith on these FFT's, if you test them further you will probably see that they're not that reliable anyway. For some it works great but for others it doesn't.
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hi guys

just got a 2700k so i'd thought I'd check this forum out

everyone is great! got a few members to help me out with my OC settings

Here is my first submission @ 4.7 Ghz.

trying hard to get to 5.0 but doesn't look like it is going to happen. If you have any tips..please share~

thanks
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hi guys
just got a 2700k so i'd thought I'd check this forum out
everyone is great! got a few members to help me out with my OC settings
Here is my first submission @ 4.7 Ghz.
trying hard to get to 5.0 but doesn't look like it is going to happen. If you have any tips..please share~
thanks
Maybe I'm wrong but those temps for H100 looks kind of high...
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Finally got some voltage issues worked out. I'm pleased with this build and hope it lasts a good while for me.
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I'm ready to do this. I'm satisfied with my results, but I've been able to go higher, just not get this thing stable. Also the room I've been testing in has been a little warm due to the cold weather the past week or so... I did manage to hit TJ Max and force a restart while volting to 1.40 @ 50x100.

Here's my submission. My voltage is at 1.330v in BIOS I believe. It's either that or 1.325, which I'll have to restart to check. I would just take either... it is stable on either.

Also I did some of the changes mentioned in the first post on PLL and a few of the other settings which has actually been great for stability.

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A picture is worth 1,000 words.
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That explains it all and it even shows you what VID, Voffset, and load transients look like.
It is important to keep in mind that what LLC does is dampen the value of Vdroop, bringing it up closer to the Vidle or VID but that in turn will create more heat, consume more power, and in some cases can push you into breaking VIDmax on transients.
The reason for this is that Vdroop is actually a design feature of the CPU itself, so that during those oscillations of voltage immediately following a load transient, you don't exceed VID. So LLC is a mixed blessing; it will indeed reduce the chance of a low-out-of-spec voltage at load (low Vdroop) causing BSOD 0x0...0101 but it will also require you to reduce your Voffset or else you will exceed VID on transient load changes (Causing BSOD 0x0....0124) and it puts more of a thermal load on your entire system.
My philosophy is to keep Vdroop as low as possible without BSOD 0x0...0101 happening and use as little LLC as possible.

Thank you for posting these info but this is already a known fact for most of us here. But the main question here why use LLC when you are using Offset mode AND INTEL SPEEDSTEP TECHNOLOGY. With Speedstep and Offset, your Idle voltage is way way lower than when using Manual.
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Tho with that test which I did for the screenshot the voltage never drops to 1.304 like under load with prime. It stays 1.328 and sometimes 1.320.
In the end the question remains. What's the point of using LLC with offset.

Yes, exactly.
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I understand what you're saying but I think it allows a little more control over the load vcore.

What do you exactly mean by "controllable"? Controllable in terms of?
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Hi Everyone,i want to participate in this thread but i dont now how.
i just download the newest prime V26.6 build3 64bit but which test did i should use,if it the custom one what is the setting?
in my place we were tell that to test stability the best is to use IBT for intel for at least 10 loop at maximum setting.
does using Prime95 for 12 hours is equal with 10 loop of IBT,i mean would it be stable enough for gaming 4 hour straight?
i have try to search the web but i have not find a definitive answer and when i try to click the opinnion on IBT/LinX on the first page it just wont open,it just back to the top page i dont know why
because i often experienced a sudden BSOD after 8-12 hour from my pc start and i dont know why.
some tell me that it is not stable enough,but it pass 10 loop of IBT at max setting,i have check and double check,it frustating me out
right now im at 4.5ghz @1.38V at load max temp 88C with IBT,i live in Jakarta indonesia with no AC its very hot here even at night.
im sorry for my bad english thx before
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Hey everyone! I could use a bit of help.

I'm trying to overclock my 2500k (my first build and overclock), but can't seem to find a way to change the LLC setting on my ASUS Maximus IV Gene-Z. Currently, whenever I set a processor voltage, it shows up in CPU-Z as being from .004V to .008 V greater than what I set in the BIOS when the processor is under "Blend" in Prime95. This appears to be a rather large vdroop, based on what I've seen. Any suggestions as to how to change this setting? I hope to overclock 4.7-4.8 Ghz, as I was able to run Prime95 for about 2 hours at 4.8 Ghz with temperatures mostly under 70 degrees C. Cooling with an H50, voltage of about 1.400 for that run (as best I can remember.)

Any advice you have about this particular topic or overclocking in general is vastly appreciated. Thanks!
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I understand what you're saying but I think it allows a little more control over the load vcore.

What do you exactly mean by "controllable"? Controllable in terms of?

For me the load the voltage fluctuates a little less and when using LLC you don't have to compensate the offset voltage by much. It's there for a reason, so why not use it? Ultra high LLC vs High LLC, you read that over at my BSOD thread. It helps with the idle voltage but still keeps it much lower than the load voltage. Please read up and come up with your own conclusion. There is no right way except for trying it yourself and seeing what works best for YOU
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Hi Everyone,i want to participate in this thread but i dont now how.
i just download the newest prime V26.6 build3 64bit but which test did i should use,if it the custom one what is the setting?
in my place we were tell that to test stability the best is to use IBT for intel for at least 10 loop at maximum setting.
does using Prime95 for 12 hours is equal with 10 loop of IBT,i mean would it be stable enough for gaming 4 hour straight?
i have try to search the web but i have not find a definitive answer and when i try to click the opinnion on IBT/LinX on the first page it just wont open,it just back to the top page i dont know why
because i often experienced a sudden BSOD after 8-12 hour from my pc start and i dont know why.
some tell me that it is not stable enough,but it pass 10 loop of IBT at max setting,i have check and double check,it frustating me out
right now im at 4.5ghz @1.38V at load max temp 88C with IBT,i live in Jakarta indonesia with no AC its very hot here even at night.
im sorry for my bad english thx before

Prime 95 with upto 90% available RAM is far better than IBT. Run prime blend or custom blend with upto 90% of RAM, instruction on how to do so are in the Rules section.

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Hey everyone! I could use a bit of help.

I'm trying to overclock my 2500k (my first build and overclock), but can't seem to find a way to change the LLC setting on my ASUS Maximus IV Gene-Z. Currently, whenever I set a processor voltage, it shows up in CPU-Z as being from .004V to .008 V greater than what I set in the BIOS when the processor is under "Blend" in Prime95. This appears to be a rather large vdroop, based on what I've seen. Any suggestions as to how to change this setting? I hope to overclock 4.7-4.8 Ghz, as I was able to run Prime95 for about 2 hours at 4.8 Ghz with temperatures mostly under 70 degrees C. Cooling with an H50, voltage of about 1.400 for that run (as best I can remember.)

Any advice you have about this particular topic or overclocking in general is vastly appreciated. Thanks!

LLC is load line calibration. try and reduce the vdroop as much as possible and work around that. By the way what LLC level did you try? Ultra high? If so that would be the best one to use to reduce the vdroop as much as possible.





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