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post #7171 of 10701
Did i do this right?

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I think 4.3 is kind of weak compared to you guys but i'm new to computers outside of MS Office and this is my first build... Actually didnt even know what the K stood for or anything about overclocking until i stumbled on this forum.
post #7172 of 10701
Looks good John. I was able to get 4.4GHz @ your Vcore on my 2500k.

Recently I got a H50 cooler and some MOSFET cooling so I've been able to up my MHz. I'm @ 4.6GHz @ 1.32V with 61C max on the H50 cooling. Seems like a good setup so far. Might attempt to push it more...4.7-4.8 maybe...
post #7173 of 10701
Alright heres my entry. I'm pretty sure I can go higher but for now this will do.

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Edited by Nyghtryder_9 - 2/10/12 at 11:30pm
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Originally Posted by ginoboy3 View Post

I'm new to overclocking and I have a i7 2600k I am looking to overclock at a mere 4.0ghz. Wondering if anyone out there has a similar Asus P67 Sabertooth motherboard that could direct me to a safe voltage to start my overclock. I read somewhere that it would be safe to leave most of the settings in BIOS in 'auto' (default) within ng 4Ghz range. Thanks in advance!

Did you accidentally speak tagalog there? It made me lol.
post #7175 of 10701
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Originally Posted by Nyghtryder_9 View Post

Alright heres my entry. I'm pretty sure I can go higher but for now this will do.
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Nice one!!!

I was thinking of going W/C but i see quite a few 2700Ks having great OC results...lol, i am seriously thinking of spend the WC money to buy an 2700K (not that anybody can guaranty it'll go higher and/or with less Vcore than my current 2600K)...

Nice one bro... thumb.gif
post #7176 of 10701
Hows my BIOS settings look like? (finally got BIOS screenshot thing working biggrin.gif)

I want to make sure, that theres nothing (horribly) 'wrong' before going to test Prime95 smile.gif


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I might step down to 4.5GHz because 1.4v+ is maybe too much for my opinion :/
Edited by MooMoo - 2/11/12 at 3:58am
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Hows my BIOS settings look like? (finally got BIOS screenshot thing working biggrin.gif)

I might step down to 4.5GHz because 1.4v+ is maybe too much for my opinion :/

Why don't you use the "By All Cores" option instead of setting each core to x46 separately?

Do you really need the "PLL Overvoltage" to be enabled at this multiplier? (personally i had to enabled it at x50)

"CPU Current Capability" and "Duty Control" settings seem a bit extreme for the clock you are running...

I'd set the "CPU Spread Spectrum" to either Enabled or Disabled instead of Auto. At least you could monitor your results playing with this option and know where it helps you (i am big anti-fan of "Auto" options, i need to know exactly which has effect to what and how).

Why you have increased the VCCIO?

I would disable "Execute Disable Bit" just in case...

I would also set manually the RAM timings putting the nominal values of your sticks (Primary timings only)

Since you are OCing using the offset (props to you sir), you could also use the "Additional Turbo Voltage". You can increase/decrease by 0.004V and you could set your offset to get way less than 1V Vcore when idling and compensate the load Vcore with increasing the "Additional Turbo Voltage" (at least that's what i am doing, not fan at all of the fixed clock and Vcore, no reason not to use the Speedstep feature)...personally i only use negative Offset (from 3.4Ghz to 5Ghz) so when idling the Vcore is from 0.85 to 0.95V (depends of the specific frequency, i haven't optimize all the frequencies from 3.4 to 5Ghz). Then adjust the Additional Turbo Voltage to give me the needed Vcore under load...

Also since you use the offset you get advantage of the Dynamic VID. If you see maximum peak Vcore running Prime 1.4V then in everyday use expect a lot less. Use AIDA64 to do the logging, do a session of your everyday pc usage (games, encoding, browsing, anything you do) and take a look at AIDA's statistics, especially the max peak Vore...for instance, while the max peak Vcore i got using Prime (12h) at 4.8Ghz was 1.4V and 1.424V for Linx AVX,. in reality i haven' seen more than 1.352V max peak (lot's of gaming, encoding, browsing while AIDA logs everything)



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PS: Please keep in mind i own a 2600K and an Asus P8P67 evo
Edited by fommof - 2/11/12 at 5:01am
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Why don't you use the "By All Cores" option instead of setting each core to x46 separately?
Do you really need the "PLL Overvoltage" to be enabled at this multiplier? (personally i had to enabled it at x50)
"CPU Current Capability" and "Duty Control" settings seem a bit extreme for the clock you are running...
I'd set the "CPU Spread Spectrum" to either Enabled or Disabled instead of Auto. At least you could monitor your results playing with this option and know where it helps you (i am big anti-fan of "Auto" options, i need to know exactly which has effect to what and how).
Why you have increased the VCCIO?
I would disable "Execute Disable Bit" just in case...
I would also set manually the RAM timings putting the nominal values of your sticks (Primary timings only)
Since you are OCing using the offset (props to you sir), you could also use the "Additional Turbo Voltage". You can increase/decrease by 0.004V and you could set your offset to get way less than 1V Vcore when idling and compensate the load Vcore with increasing the "Additional Turbo Voltage" (at least that's what i am doing, not fan at all of the fixed clock and Vcore, no reason not to use the Speedstep feature)...personally i only use negative Offset (from 3.4Ghz to 5Ghz) so when idling the Vcore is from 0.85 to 0.95V (depends of the specific frequency, i haven't optimize all the frequencies from 3.4 to 5Ghz). Then adjust the Additional Turbo Voltage to give me the needed Vcore under load...
Also since you use the offset you get advantage of the Dynamic VID. If you see maximum peak Vcore running Prime 1.4V then in everyday use expect a lot less. Use AIDA64 to do the logging, do a session of your everyday pc usage (games, encoding, browsing, anything you do) and take a look at AIDA's statistics, especially the max peak Vore...for instance, while the max peak Vcore i got using Prime (12h) at 4.8Ghz was 1.4V and 1.424V for Linx AVX,. in reality i haven' seen more than 1.352V max peak (lot's of gaming, encoding, browsing while AIDA logs everything)
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PS: Please keep in mind i own a 2600K and an Asus P8P67 evo

I put it By all cores, because otherwise OS/software can modify those ratios.

Im not sure do I need "PLL Overvoltage", but once tried it disabled and I got instantly BSOD when got to windows desktop. What does it actually do?

I don't know much about "CPU Current Capability" and "Duty Control", but I put them like that, because I've read to do like that :| . How I should change CPU current capability?

I got adviced to raise VCCIO for stability.

I could try to mess with that "Additional Turbo Voltage" later smile.gif

From now I've just played Team Fortress 2 and I got Vcore peak to 1.432V.

I'll get back typer.gif to these when I've messed with some of those which you bring up thumb.gif
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Why don't you use the "By All Cores" option instead of setting each core to x46 separately?
Do you really need the "PLL Overvoltage" to be enabled at this multiplier? (personally i had to enabled it at x50)
"CPU Current Capability" and "Duty Control" settings seem a bit extreme for the clock you are running...
I'd set the "CPU Spread Spectrum" to either Enabled or Disabled instead of Auto. At least you could monitor your results playing with this option and know where it helps you (i am big anti-fan of "Auto" options, i need to know exactly which has effect to what and how).
Why you have increased the VCCIO?
I would disable "Execute Disable Bit" just in case...
I would also set manually the RAM timings putting the nominal values of your sticks (Primary timings only)
Since you are OCing using the offset (props to you sir), you could also use the "Additional Turbo Voltage". You can increase/decrease by 0.004V and you could set your offset to get way less than 1V Vcore when idling and compensate the load Vcore with increasing the "Additional Turbo Voltage" (at least that's what i am doing, not fan at all of the fixed clock and Vcore, no reason not to use the Speedstep feature)...personally i only use negative Offset (from 3.4Ghz to 5Ghz) so when idling the Vcore is from 0.85 to 0.95V (depends of the specific frequency, i haven't optimize all the frequencies from 3.4 to 5Ghz). Then adjust the Additional Turbo Voltage to give me the needed Vcore under load...
Also since you use the offset you get advantage of the Dynamic VID. If you see maximum peak Vcore running Prime 1.4V then in everyday use expect a lot less. Use AIDA64 to do the logging, do a session of your everyday pc usage (games, encoding, browsing, anything you do) and take a look at AIDA's statistics, especially the max peak Vore...for instance, while the max peak Vcore i got using Prime (12h) at 4.8Ghz was 1.4V and 1.424V for Linx AVX,. in reality i haven' seen more than 1.352V max peak (lot's of gaming, encoding, browsing while AIDA logs everything)
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PS: Please keep in mind i own a 2600K and an Asus P8P67 evo

Is that additional turbo voltage setting really effective? I mean you're the first guy that I know that recommends fiddling with it, not that I'm saying that's wrong smile.gif
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Is that additional turbo voltage setting really effective? I mean you're the first guy that I know that recommends fiddling with it, not that I'm saying that's wrong smile.gif

Yeap, it works fine...

My last submission was my 2600K at 4.9Ghz ( post #7080 ) . The offset is -0.08 (=minus 0.08) and the Additional Turbo Voltage 0.092 (this is always a positive number). So minimum idle Vcore is 0.928V.

I could have passed all the tests just using the offset method without using any Additional Turbo Voltage, i guestimate offset would had to be set anywhere from -0.01V to +0.015, i didn't bother to check ...

At the end of the day the more effective way is the one that gets you to your target. In my case, it got me there... wink.gif

Thank god we can get advantage of so many features of the mobos/cpu architectures provide us, fine tuning seems easier than ever (yeah, i am kind of an old school OCer)... wink.gif
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