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Not sure on that. I think I have seen a few people using that cooler. Should work as long as you don't go crazy on voltages. I have used the Thermal Take Frio in the past. For air it worked really well.

Well I know the cooler will hold up. I ment was all I needed to join the club included in the pic?
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Good luck, on 1.45 for 4.8 my board BOSD with in a couple of seconds....thumb.gif

I AM AT 10hrs! 2 more to go! Everything fixed by raising the dram voltage.: thumb:
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Not a hardcore OC, but very stable for a 24/7 everyday machine. The max temps look high, but they were only like that when the central heating was on (table is sitting over the air register). Typical usage temps are in the 38-48°C range.

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I AM AT 10hrs! 2 more to go! Everything fixed by raising the dram voltage.: thumb:

WOOOHOOO!!! Was able to complete 15 hours... but I get 124 BSOD and PSOD in NFS The Run within like 5 minutes of starting it... I'm going to try to play around with the VTT and PLL see if the game can get stable.
Edited by Derko1 - 1/19/12 at 3:10am
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So 15 hours of stress testing doesn't prove to be stable for your system afterall?
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I think I must've mentioned to you before that you should be setting the timings, voltage and frequency manually if XMP doesn't work.
Higher the LLC the more it compensates the voltage under load not idle, therefore the lower the LLC the more voltage you will need to compensate it under load, this in turn increase the idle voltage aswell. Either way, negative or positive, I think the less you use LLC the more voltage you will need and that affects both idle and load voltage. Offset works off the VID and I believe the VID changes according to the multiplier.

Thanks. But the thing is if you use negative offset with a less LLC you need to use more voltage to get the same Vcore at load so in turn you subtract more voltage from the idle voltage as well and would probably produce idle lock-ups, correct? I understand your point for using less LLC and higher voltage to compensate for POSITIVE OFFSET but what I observe is the opposite for negative offset. Does my explanation make sense?

Do I need to tweak PCH voltage as well?

My CPU can boot at 5.0 GHz without PLL overvoltage enabled, does that mean it is a good chip?

At what Vcore or multiplier should I set my board to WHEN looking for the VCCIO and PLL Voltage sweet spots? And what if I plan to overclock my RAM in the future, I risk restarting my CPU overclock from scratch again? Can I overclock them at the same time?
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Not a hardcore OC, but very stable for a 24/7 everyday machine. The max temps look high, but they were only like that when the central heating was on (table is sitting over the air register). Typical usage temps are in the 38-48°C range.

At 24/7, what's it gonna be when the "central sun" is on during the summer? Just a thought....thumb.gif
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So 15 hours of stress testing doesn't prove to be stable for your system afterall?

I don't know... I would think that it would be stable no? mad.gif
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hello
what is better for overclocking HT on or off? And does it affect gaming performance? I always get BSOD when going 4.5 or above
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I don't know... I would think that it would be stable no? mad.gif

Well, you said you're getting BSODs with games right?
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