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Before I do prime95 and stuff is this good?
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2250892
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Some of us use the Custom test (with all Blend default settings) and we change the Memory to use to an amount that puts our Physical Memory Used percentage greater than or equal to 90% (which becomes a "super stable" instead of "stable" club submission).

Oh, I used 90%, that means I need to edit my sig because I'm "Super Stable" lol. I just thought I had a choice of which I was to use.
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Before I do prime95 and stuff is this good?
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2250892

That seems like a lot of voltage for only a 4ghz overclock. Try lowering your voltage to around 1.28, you shouldn't need a whole lot more in case you do BSOD.
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I noticed everybody at the top of the list is running lower speeds on their memory. Does dropping down to 1600 allow for higher clocks?

Yeah benchmarks are showing like 1% gains by going to the highest speeds. I see you are running 2133 at Cas 9, lol. Though for folders there is a benefit. I'm upgrading from 4 to 8 GB and I'll be getting faster RAM, 1866 and gonna OC to 2133.
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Before I do prime95 and stuff is this good?
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2250892

Voltage is way too high for 4.0Ghz. You should be somewhere around 1.2v for a light overclock of 4.0... It appears you may be using an auto overclock setting in the BIOS. If not then bump your multi up to 44 and see if you are stable. If the voltage rises with your multiplier bump to 44 then you need to set a negative offset.

Edit: Also disable spread spectrum to get your base clock at 100 even
Edited by Jayjr1105 - 2/15/12 at 12:20pm
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Ok I wasn't satisfied with my earlier run, so here's 24hrs lol

I'm using a Noctua NH-D14

In all honesty after crashing after 12 hours I will only do a minimum of 24 hours now, I know with that logic where do you stop as I could crash at 25 hours but I'm confident that I'm stable now.

i7 2700k at 4.8ghz with 16gb ram at 1600mhz

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I seem to have a nice cpu here

An hour of lix at 50x100 1.336volt - this is linx with avx etc - 6.8gb memory.

I've been trying to find the max multiplier - since this seems like a golden chip - i can get in windows at x55 - after this it boots perfectly in safe mode but keeps freezing at the starting windows animation.

Anything i can try? Or do i just need more volt and cold to find out?
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I seem to have a nice cpu here

An hour of lix at 50x100 1.336volt - this is linx with avx etc - 6.8gb memory.

I've been trying to find the max multiplier - since this seems like a golden chip - i can get in windows at x55 - after this it boots perfectly in safe mode but keeps freezing at the starting windows animation.

Anything i can try? Or do i just need more volt and cold to find out?

 

First of all, I'd work up slowly from 5.0 GHz to 5.1, then 5.2, then 5.3, then 5.4, before going straight to 5.5 GHz. You're probably just pushing things too far too fast.

 

For the 5.5 GHz, do you have Spread Spectrum enabled and PLL voltage override/overvolt Enabled? Did you disable C3 and C6 states? What is your LLC set to? You do seem to have a very solid CPU there.

 

 

 

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C states are disabled. Llc extreme. I can verify 5.5ghz no. I think I had spread at disabled though
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C states are disabled. Llc extreme. I can verify 5.5ghz no. I think I had spread at disabled though



Spread Spectrum enabled is reported to help in many cases at or above 5.0 GHz. In my experience, Spread Spectrum did not matter at 4.9 or 5.0 GHz, but I couldn't POST without it at 5.1 GHz and above. (Not that my temperatures and voltages were anywhere near acceptable for an air cooled system at 5.1 and above. I think if I was water cooled that I'd have a solid CPU.

 


 

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Basically you are correct but many of us prefer to use minimal LLC for overclocking.

My system is down guess my geneZ/gen3 is heading back to Asus in the next couple days. Bios appears corrupted and tried every trick in the book except rog connect to flash it. Other computer was stripped apart. The USB ports do not seem to be working either so have a feeling rog connect will not work either.

 

Yes, I wish that I could have disabled LLC entirely, but at 4.7 GHz and above I needed some LLC, so "Medium"  (25%) is what I ended up with.

 

That's terrible news about your BIOS. How did that happen? Was it a flash from within the OS?



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Jeeeez man, can't you keep a secret??? biggrin.gif

J/K, yes that's my experience too...in fact this is the very first FFT i test for each OC (1 time for 15m just for a quick testing, second time for 30m and that's the preparation for the long Prime session), then another 3 follow...
 


If I find something important, I always share it. I had mentioned it before, but when I was testing my 4.9 GHz stable run, and I kept getting a BSOD 15 hours into the test, I dug up my old notes to find out what FFT was doing it and sure enough, it was 2688K. (1344 and 1792 were never an issue.)

 

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They are 70 for i7 as well (8k to 4096k)...

And i count 84 FFTs for the range 8k-8M...
 


Thanks, so it's i5 = i7 in terms of Prime95 FFT lengths. I'm not sure what CPUs would default to use the 8K - 8096K FFT lengths, but knowing that there are 84 sets is good information. Thanks!



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I noticed everybody at the top of the list is running lower speeds on their memory. Does dropping down to 1600 allow for higher clocks?

I don't think so, but anything above that is just useless, you'll see no performance gain at all, at least not that you will ever notice.


I agree with kcuestag.

 

There's a minute performance gain in most applications when going to a tighter timing (1600 CL9 to 1600 CL8) and there's a minute performance gain in most applications when going from 1600 CL8 up to 1866 CL9 or 2133 CL11.

 

As others have pointed out, getting faster DIMMs can have a more significant impact on Folding@Home SMP frame times, especially with the -bigadv flag on the SMP client in Linux, but for the gamer/enthusiast it's hardly worth spending the extra money. In fact, I can make a case for slightly slower performance and a 1.250V 1600 CL9 DIMM due to the significant power savings it would have over one of the 1.5 (or 1.65V) faster clocked modules.

 

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