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I will run it longer but so far I think I got a great chip.

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I'd say that you've got a great chip, AMC. :) Good luck on the stability run!

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Greetings fellow overclockers,

I meant this test to run only 12 hours but I just got back doing Christmas damage control and so far...

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I hope I'm following guidelines. I'm also open to any suggestions if I'm doing anything.......dangerous.

Thanks.
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Greetings fellow overclockers,

I meant this test to run only 12 hours but I just got back doing Christmas damage control and so far...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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I hope I'm following guidelines. I'm also open to any suggestions if I'm doing anything.......dangerous.

Thanks.

EDIT: I hid your screenshots in a spoiler to save space.

 

The voltages and temperatures look good for your clocks. Your bus speed looks a bit odd; usually they're 100.0 and not dipping into the 98 range.

 

Also, I'm fairly certain that munaim1 wants to see 3 instances of CPU-Z open at once, one for cpu, one for motherboard, and one for memory. Version 1.59 of CPU-Z is available if you want it, but your version meets the requirements.

 

Be sure to add a notepad or stickynote with your OCN username and type of cooler into the mix as well.

 

Lastly, you might try bumping your memory use up to 90% or higher from that 87% if you're going for the >= 90% super-stable entry.

 

 

They're all just minor things though, as your OC looks great.

 

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Round 2... 12+hrs Prime95 Blend 90% RAM usage @ 4.7 w/ HT. I would like to hit 4.8 without bumping vcore up because I'm at my personal heat threshold 75c.

I have another fan coming today for my Phanteks PH-TC14PE and have already preformed fan and cable management in my case. Let me know if you guys have any recommendations. You can see my voltages in the screen shot. Thanks.

Also have a question about using offset for vcore because I don't completely understand the best way to take advantage of offset. If I need my vcore @ 1.344 to be stable at 4.7 what is the optimum offset setting? My current VID in Realtemp is 1.3511 (set manual to 1.35 in BIOS). So wouldn't it be best to set the lowest possible vcore with the + offset to maintain lower temps and a stable OC? Thanks again for the help smile.gif

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Anyone wanna help with my settings from a page back?

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/6290#post_16044667

Even after I lowered multiplier to 45, it crashed again after 10 hours of prime95 blend @ 4.5Ghz 1.32v frown.gif (as opposed to crashing after 8-9 hours with 4.8GhZ 1.415v)

For the 4.8Ghz, there was no BSOD according to BlueScreenView, and error 124 for the 4.5Ghz, both which resulted in my computer being completely off when I woke up...I thought computers usually restarted after BSODs?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TahoeDust View Post

My machine is about 11 hours in at 4.9 Ghz and 1.43V. It has been running the default test in Prime 95. Is that the correct one or do I need to do a custom blend?

i7 2700k
16gb @ 1866
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Default Blend test is fine, however, If you have 8GB or more RAM then I would recommend running custom with upto 90% of your RAM but again default is fine for entry to club. thumb.gif


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Quote:
Originally Posted by TahoeDust View Post

My machine is about 11 hours in at 4.9 Ghz and 1.43V. It has been running the default test in Prime 95. Is that the correct one or do I need to do a custom blend?
i7 2700k
16gb @ 1866
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H100

IIRC, you need to do a custom using 90% of your ram. Details and requirements are on page 1. What kind of temps you getting with that? Is HT on or off?

Requirements state default blend OR custom blend, your choice.


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IIRC, you need to do a custom using 90% of your ram. Details and requirements are on page 1. What kind of temps you getting with that? Is HT on or off?

Yeah, I read the rules but the way it is worded threw me off. The way I read it was that you could do the standard blend or if you used a custom blend you had to set it to 90% of your ram. I will take a look when I get home (if it is still running smile.gif) and see how much ram is being utilized.

Max temps were 80* early in the testing (I think around the first hour mark), then I realized my H100 was only on medium. Since I turned it to high they have maxed ~75*. HT is on.

That's correct smile.gif


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Thanks. I really like the H100, especially how well it fits in my 650D case. I guess it heated back up about 13 hrs in. Probably because ambient rose...damn Florida weather. smile.gif

Current screen shot...still running.

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Screenshot looks fine to me, I'll add you to the spreadsheet in a moment. Thank you for contributing. Welcome to the club. thumb.gif


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Originally Posted by sovereign73811 View Post

Greetings fellow overclockers,

I meant this test to run only 12 hours but I just got back doing Christmas damage control and so far...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I hope I'm following guidelines. I'm also open to any suggestions if I'm doing anything.......dangerous.

Thanks.

Further to Shad0wfax's response, please make sure that realtemp shows the duration of how long it's been running (should be the same time as Prime), please refer to the template or other member's submission to get an idea.

Also 87% RAM is fine, I mentioned UPTO 90% in the rules, I don't expect exactly 90% of RAM, as close as you can is fine. thumb.gif


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Round 2... 12+hrs Prime95 Blend 90% RAM usage @ 4.7 w/ HT. I would like to hit 4.8 without bumping vcore up because I'm at my personal heat threshold 75c.

I have another fan coming today for my Phanteks PH-TC14PE and have already preformed fan and cable management in my case. Let me know if you guys have any recommendations. You can see my voltages in the screen shot. Thanks.

Also have a question about using offset for vcore because I don't completely understand the best way to take advantage of offset. If I need my vcore @ 1.344 to be stable at 4.7 what is the optimum offset setting? My current VID in Realtemp is 1.3511 (set manual to 1.35 in BIOS). So wouldn't it be best to set the lowest possible vcore with the + offset to maintain lower temps and a stable OC? Thanks again for the help smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Thanks for the update, will update the spreadsheet in a moment thumb.gif

In regards to offset, this is how to get it working:

Leave manual voltage and read the load voltage with cpu-z (example - 1.344v needed for your overclock)
At the same time read the VID under load with Realtemp (reads 1.3511v)

Now the offset required in that instance it would be a negative value from the VID to obtain the load voltage you need, it would be roughly -0.005v (1.3511 - 0.005 = 1.346v). Just a note, 0.005v might cause your load voltage to drop lower than 1.346, in that case try using a positive offset of +0.005.

There you have it, that's how offset works. Report back and let us know how you get on.

Also make sure you disable C3 and C6 report when using offset voltage. thumb.gif


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Originally Posted by FPSDavid View Post

Anyone wanna help with my settings from a page back?

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/6290#post_16044667

Even after I lowered multiplier to 45, it crashed again after 10 hours of prime95 blend @ 4.5Ghz 1.32v frown.gif (as opposed to crashing after 8-9 hours with 4.8GhZ 1.415v)

For the 4.8Ghz, there was no BSOD according to BlueScreenView, and error 124 for the 4.5Ghz, both which resulted in my computer being completely off when I woke up...I thought computers usually restarted after BSODs?

Firstly set the Ai Clock tuner to XMP, that'll set your RAM to stock including the timings, voltage etc.

Secondly set the CPU current to 140% (don't worry about the RED - You're overclocking so you know what you're doing lol)

Thirdly enable Spread Spectrum, it doesn't have any effect on Asus Motherboard.

Now it may be a case that you need a touch of vcore, try increasing that and re run the test. I would also recommend that you lower the PLL voltage, it'll reduce the load temps and will likely help with stability. You will have to test which value of PLL works best for your system, anywhere between 1.5-1.75v will do the trick. I'm personally using 1.5875v and all is running well. You could try the same with VCCIO, as your RAM is at stock you won't need more than 1.1v, again try increasing that in small increments from stock to see if it helps with stability. Here's a great way to test both VCCIO and PLL to find the sweet spot:

Quote:
Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post

Possible way to eliminate 124 when stress testing and tweaking VCCIO and PLL

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.


Thank you all for your patience and apologies for the late reply smile.gif


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Hey munaim!
Quick Q.
Regarding offset, I already have a general idea of what voltage my chip needs for 4.4 (1.35 or so). Could I start with say, offset of +0.025V, and tweak from there until stable, or is the process mentioned above necessary?
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I have a not sure if a CPU problem reaching 4.5ghz on 2500k with my asus p8z68-v gen3, i got it say somewhat stable to run prime for 2 hours without any BSOD or Workers failing with 140% Current Capability and Manual Voltage being 1.280, Temps were fine but then the PC just shut down. I havent touched anything else really, wondering if anyone has encountered anything like that. I had BF3 crash in 30 mins @ 4.5 ghz. Should i just try upping the voltage? mad.gif I've done it on stock and its fine absolutely. Temps are 60 c under prime 95 @ 1.28 v btw.

So is this a stability issue or what? Its all powered by a brand new Corsair TX650 V2. Fresh install etc.
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Hey munaim!
Quick Q.
Regarding offset, I already have a general idea of what voltage my chip needs for 4.4 (1.35 or so). Could I start with say, offset of +0.025V, and tweak from there until stable, or is the process mentioned above necessary?

If you already know what vcore you need then it's very very simple lol

Assuming your under load, if you need 1.355v and your VID is 1.375 then your offset value would be around -0.020v (1.375 - 0.020 = 1.355v) Simples thumb.gif
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