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I used CPU-z 1.57.0 for this screenie, it's ok if you don't want to add me for this reason. I'm just posting this to show there are no signs of degradation from keeping it at 1.45v for roughly 3 months (since Jan 30th). Ignore the 50 run AVX screenie, just posted to show that my chip has seen temps up to 80c and still going strong. Daily use has not seen anything above 55c however. Happy clocking!
    
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Can I join? Here is my 24/7 smile.gif

Took awhile and had some probs with C3/C6 states causing crashes when idle but when I disabled that everything has been smooth.

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I just had a revelation. The CoolerMaster V6 GT I have laying around here is good for something after all!
It gives me two 94 CFM fans and a Y-splitter so I can connect both to the CPU fan header on the board.
I attached both of them to my H60 and O.O YEAH
     
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sorry but won't be accepted, please read the rules carefully. smile.gif

Okay, here is a screenshot I took about 10-15 minutes previously under load. Does it count?
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I'm closing in on 5 GHz!
Munaim you going to send me those settings? I'm rocking out with these new fans from my old cooler.
     
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Okay, here is a screenshot I took about 10-15 minutes previously under load. Does it count?

You should be able to run less vcore with 4.6ghz
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They could just have a bad OC'ing chip like my previous one. But still even at that that's not horrible.
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Originally Posted by compudaze;13218984 
If that fails for you, how are you going to know what the problem was? IMO it's better to take it one step at a time to ensure you know which setting is causing the failure. Changing more than one setting at a time is to leave you throwing your arms in the air with no idea what caused the instability. Yes, it'll take much longer this way but having the satisfaction of having a perfectly stable system with the most optimal settings is worth it to me.
I decided to leave RAM at stock. I'll tighten it down once I get this to 5 GHz otherwise I'll lower it to 4.9GHz which I might do anyways for heat.

Darn I'm taking it back down to 4.9GHZ I could do 5 or 5.1 GHZ (It bombed 57 minutes into the Prime Blend at 1.45v extreme llc so 1.475v max load) if I had a full H20 loop and put 1.5v (as in perfect 1.5v under load with LLC) into it. I wouldn't even mind doing it now if it weren't for the fact I know it'd be too hot.
Edited by phazer11 - 4/22/11 at 3:46pm
     
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Quote:
Originally Posted by phazer11;13233432 
I'm closing in on 5 GHz!
Munaim you going to send me those settings? I'm rocking out with these new fans from my old cooler.

These are my settings, might have to tweak it a bit for yourself but hopefully it should work fine biggrin.gif

Everything is on auto apart from the things below:

Manual vcore at 1.480 (idles at 1.480 and loads 1.472)
BCLK on 100
Turbo ratio by each core - 51
PLL overvoltage Enabled
LLC (load line calibration) - Ultra high (Extreme, spikes voltages above 1.49)
VRM frequency - Manual 350
Phase and Duy Control - Extreme
CPU current capability - 120%
VCCIO - 1.1
PLL Voltage - 1.75

By the way Zodden, phaser11, bce22 scorpion667 have been added, awesome overclock guys. But please remeber to post your memory tab from cpu-z, just makes it easier for me to write down without having to chase you!!!! tongue.gif


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Unfortunatly zodden, I cannot accept this, please refer to op.
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Only difference I see between the Realtemp and Coretemp is the gui and the most important thing is that real temp actually shows how long its been running so its possible to know wether it has been running for 12 min or 12 hours. That way we can see the duration and also when the temps have peaked. It provides time stamps in other words which is great.

So please use real temp.

Edited by munaim1 - 4/22/11 at 4:44pm
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Originally Posted by compudaze;13216830 
Here's what I did:
  • start with 48x multi, 1.4V CPU voltage, CPU PLL 1.7V, VCCIO 1.2V, VCCSA Auto, RAM 1.5V (at jedec 1333 for now)
  • make sure that's 100% stable, if not lower multiplier until stability is reached
  • find lowest cpu voltage, for me, it was 1.335V (bios) w/llc on ultra high
  • bring CPU PLL to 1.75V and make sure it's stable, if not lower one notch until it's stable. if 1.75V was stable, raise a notch until you reach instability and lower to the last known stable voltage. for me it was 1.7625V
  • bring up ram to rated speeds/timings. start at 1.65V to make sure it's stable at rated speed/timings. next try 1.60V still stable? try 1.55V. still stable? keep lowering one notch until you reach instability then raise back to last stable voltage. my 1600 9-9-9-24 1.5V runs fine at 1866 9-11-9-27 1.5V. i've read that ram which required 1.65v on previous gen, should run fine at 1.5-1.6V on SB.
  • bring vccio back to default 1.050V and make sure it's stable, if not raise it a notch until you reach stability, for me it was stable at 1.05V


If I didn't do it this way and left everything standard but CPU voltage, than my lowest stable vcore was 1.365 (bios) vs 1.335V (bios) from lowering cpu pll. With my chip/ram I didn't have to touch VCCIO after all.

I gave it a try, lowered my cpu pll like you said and I was able to reduce my bios vcore from 1.450v to 1.440v HT On at 5 ghz (resulted in 1.392v-1.404v LOAD) for prime blend. Stopped the test after about 41 minutes, no need to go longer (besides I use my PC for games, not for stress testing).

Pretty odd, because my first 2600k did not respond AT ALL to lowering pll voltage. Guess I'm not surprised since that chip didn't react well to volts (higher default VID, thus ran cooler, but needed 1.5v for 5 ghz...)
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Originally Posted by munaim1;13234221 
These are my settings, might have to tweak it a bit for yourself but hopefully it should work fine biggrin.gif

Everything is on auto apart from the things below:

Manual vcore at 1.480 (idles at 1.480 and loads 1.472)
BCLK on 100
Turbo ratio by each core - 51
PLL overvoltage Enabled
LLC (load line calibration) - Ultra high (Extreme, spikes voltages above 1.49)
VRM frequency - Manual 350
Phase and Duy Control - Extreme
CPU current capability - 120%
VCCIO - 1.1
PLL Voltage - 1.75

By the way Zodden, phaser11, bce22 scorpion667 have been added, awesome overclock guys. But please remeber to post your memory tab from cpu-z, just makes it easier for me to write down without having to chase you!!!! tongue.gif


Keep it coming.



Unfortunatly zodden, I cannot accept this, please refer to op.
thanks and thanks
     
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