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No worries, notch is just a word I use to mean one increment. So just simply increase vcore by one interval, for example on my motherboard vcore increases by 0.005 intervals. So if stock was 1.200 one notch would be 1.205 then 1.210 then 1.215 etc
As I said though first thing to do is keep everything at stock and increase the multiplier, I mentioned 40 but if you want you can increase the multiplier from stock one at a time.
I just recommended a multiplier of 40 because the majority of 2500/2600/2700 cpus will do 40 or thereabouts on stock voltage

Thanks bro! I'll give it a shot now!
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Thanks bro! I'll give it a shot now!

Just changed the max ratio to 40 from 33. All other values on stock/default. Ran Prime95 and passed the tests for 30mins.

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This will be good for now. Planning as well to change D14's stock fans to two (2) Scythe Slip Stream 120mm 1900rpm fans and the DeepCool Windblade 120mm rear exhaust to Slip Stream as well. I wonder what the temp will be by then. Room temp here in our area in Philippines is quite high. I'll update once the plan took place.
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Just changed the max ratio to 40 from 33. All other values on stock/default. Ran Prime95 and passed the tests for 30mins.
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What I would do now if you're happy with it at 4ghz is reduce vcore, you can be stable at less than auto voltage gives you.

I'm sure you'll be stable at much less than the 1.27 auto voltage.

Just set cpu voltage manually to 1.27 and then reduce it by one increment each time, and test for stability.

Or I would set it at 1.200 and then test stability, if it's not stable at 1.200 then increase to 1.205 then 1.210 etc

Lower vcore will drastically help your temps.

Also test prime for longer than 30 minutes.

What I personally do is run intel burn test for ten runs to test initial cpu stability if it passes I then run prime.
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You're probably to the point where it's going to take LN2 or Phase Change nonsense to boot higher.

Honestly, I'd be backing down to 5.0 GHz and 1.336 Vcore and happy about it. Maybe if you can get 5.2 GHz on 1.416 or less Vcore, but .... sheesh...


Complaining about not being able to boot into Windows at 5.5 GHz on standard (air or water) cooling!?!?  Really?

 

Because I want to lol.....

The temps are low and the vcore is low. I just don't think the chip can do it or I may need another board....
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What I would do now if you're happy with it at 4ghz is reduce vcore, you can be stable at less than auto voltage gives you.
I'm sure you'll be stable at much less than the 1.27 auto voltage.
Just set cpu voltage manually to 1.27 and then reduce it by one increment each time, and test for stability.
Or I would set it at 1.200 and then test stability, if it's not stable at 1.200 then increase to 1.205 then 1.210 etc
Lower vcore will drastically help your temps.
Also test prime for longer than 30 minutes.
What I personally do is run intel burn test for ten runs to test initial cpu stability if it passes I then run prime.

Will follow your advice bro. I'll keep you posted. Thanks a lot!
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Because I want to lol.....

The temps are low and the vcore is low. I just don't think the chip can do it or I may need another board....


According to most of the information I've read from various motherboard product representatives, the 5.2+ GHz 24/7 stable CPUs are in the top 0.1% of all of the chips tested. You might get another 100 MHz out of a motherboard with a more robust VRM, like a Maximus Extreme, but it's not worth it.

 

See if you can go 18+ hours on a 90% memory Prime95 blend at 5.2 GHz first!

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What I would do now if you're happy with it at 4ghz is reduce vcore, you can be stable at less than auto voltage gives you.
I'm sure you'll be stable at much less than the 1.27 auto voltage.
Just set cpu voltage manually to 1.27 and then reduce it by one increment each time, and test for stability.
Or I would set it at 1.200 and then test stability, if it's not stable at 1.200 then increase to 1.205 then 1.210 etc
Lower vcore will drastically help your temps.
Also test prime for longer than 30 minutes.
What I personally do is run intel burn test for ten runs to test initial cpu stability if it passes I then run prime.

Will follow your advice bro. I'll keep you posted. Thanks a lot!


its my first time is giving you some good advice here. :)

 

 

A note on Intel Burn Test (IBT / Linpack / Linx):  It's great for testing maximum temperature and maximum power consumption to see where your thermal and power limits are. It's also great at testing how much Vdroop you have. (Vdroop is the amount that your voltage drops when under heavy load) and IBT will let you know if you have a low Vcore by giving you a BSOD 101 error. Beyond that, it's not much good, unless you use it as a benchmark for your overclock efficiency. (For example, you have two overclocks at 4.0 GHz  and one uses LLC and the other does not use LLC, you can see which one has faster Gflop/s). That's about all IBT is good for.

 

The Prime95 tests that tend to be the most trouble for Sandy Bridge are 1344, 1792, and as I recently discovered 2688. So you can go to a "Blend" Prime95 test, then click the "Custom" button, and change Minimum and Maximum FFT length both to 1344 and then put in 6656 to 7000 MB of RAM in the memory to test slot and test 1344 for 15 minutes. If it passes that, then you can test 1792 for 15 minutes. If it passes that, test 2688 for 15 minutes. If you pass all of those and you pass IBT with acceptable temperatures...

 

Then you can go into a 12 to 18 hour Prime95 test to get "stable."

 

Only change one parameter at a time, that way you know if your change helped or not. Don't make big changes, but instead do as its my first time suggested and go one "notch" or one increment at a time.

 

From the looks of your temperatures and voltages, I suspect that your CPU is fairly similar to mine and that you should easily hit 4.7 GHz with no more than an additional 10 C or so, with the cooler that you have. Your settings may end up being significantly different than mine, but I suspect that our voltages and our temperatures will be similar.

 

You can also use Real Temp to monitor your "VID" value. When VID gets up to 1.520V  (This is not Vcore, but VID I'm talking about) then you've probably hit a "voltage wall" in your CPU and it's time to either reduce the LLC or reduce the multiplier.

 

 

Don't forget to read the first post in this thread. munaim1 has some very good information there and honestly, we're both repeating quite a bit of it here to you now. smile.gif

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its my first time is giving you some good advice here. smile.gif


A note on Intel Burn Test (IBT / Linpack / Linx):  It's great for testing maximum temperature and maximum power consumption to see where your thermal and power limits are. It's also great at testing how much Vdroop you have. (Vdroop is the amount that your voltage drops when under heavy load) and IBT will let you know if you have a low Vcore by giving you a BSOD 101 error. Beyond that, it's not much good, unless you use it as a benchmark for your overclock efficiency. (For example, you have two overclocks at 4.0 GHz  and one uses LLC and the other does not use LLC, you can see which one has faster Gflop/s). That's about all IBT is good for.

The Prime95 tests that tend to be the most trouble for Sandy Bridge are 1344, 1792, and as I recently discovered 2688. So you can go to a "Blend" Prime95 test, then click the "Custom" button, and change Minimum and Maximum FFT length both to 1344 and then put in 6656 to 7000 MB of RAM in the memory to test slot and test 1344 for 15 minutes. If it passes that, then you can test 1792 for 15 minutes. If it passes that, test 2688 for 15 minutes. If you pass all of those and you pass IBT with acceptable temperatures...

Then you can go into a 12 to 18 hour Prime95 test to get "stable."

Only change one parameter at a time, that way you know if your change helped or not. Don't make big changes, but instead do as its my first time suggested and go one "notch" or one increment at a time.

From the looks of your temperatures and voltages, I suspect that your CPU is fairly similar to mine and that you should easily hit 4.7 GHz with no more than an additional 10 C or so, with the cooler that you have. Your settings may end up being significantly different than mine, but I suspect that our voltages and our temperatures will be similar.

You can also use Real Temp to monitor your "VID" value. When VID gets up to 1.520V  (This is not Vcore, but VID I'm talking about) then you've probably hit a "voltage wall" in your CPU and it's time to either reduce the LLC or reduce the multiplier.


Don't forget to read the first post in this thread. munaim1 has some very good information there and honestly, we're both repeating quite a bit of it here to you now. smile.gif

I did lower the vcore to 1.2v, run intel burn test for 5 runs maximum and more than 2hours in Prime95 blend test with no errors encountered. I know these inputs are little, but will try to hit 10 runs maximum on IBT and 10hours on Prime95 this weekend. At the moment, changing the Max Ratio to 40 and setting the vcore to 1.2v gives me a stable 4.0ghz on my i5 2500k processor. I got a strong feeling this cpu'll prove more! The temp was lowered as well like -its my first time- said. Thanks a lot fellas! My first time in OCing and it seems to be really fun! ^_^

Not using my rig for anything other than mild gaming and internet surfing at the moment so OCing this early's just out of curiousity. ^_^

GOD bless and keep it up!
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According to most of the information I've read from various motherboard product representatives, the 5.2+ GHz 24/7 stable CPUs are in the top 0.1% of all of the chips tested. You might get another 100 MHz out of a motherboard with a more robust VRM, like a Maximus Extreme, but it's not worth it.

See if you can go 18+ hours on a 90% memory Prime95 blend at 5.2 GHz first!

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I did lower the vcore to 1.2v, run intel burn test for 5 runs maximum and more than 2hours in Prime95 blend test with no errors encountered. I know these inputs are little, but will try to hit 10 runs maximum on IBT and 10hours on Prime95 this weekend. At the moment, changing the Max Ratio to 40 and setting the vcore to 1.2v gives me a stable 4.0ghz on my i5 2500k processor. I got a strong feeling this cpu'll prove more! The temp was lowered as well like -its my first time- said. Thanks a lot fellas! My first time in OCing and it seems to be really fun! ^_^
Not using my rig for anything other than mild gaming and internet surfing at the moment so OCing this early's just out of curiousity. ^_^
GOD bless and keep it up!

Remember first try FFT 1334 & 1792 runs 15min each, after changing voltages. Then you can go to those longer runs smile.gif Test Prime95 12h, then you will get on the Stable club! thumb.gif

Also remember, don't change anything that you dont know about, you will easily break something, the first page is good information source like this whole OCN smile.gif
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