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Question please guys.

I'm currently running 4.0ghz @ 1.2v stable. I'm trying to reach 4.5ghz @ 1.3v. I ran Intel Burn Test but CPU-Z shows only the multiplier at x39 - x40.

At BIOS/UEFI, I only changed the max ratio to 45 and vcore to 1.3v, leaving all the other values at stock/default.

I'm using 2500k on Asrock z68 Extreme 3 Gen 3 mobo with Noctua NH-D14 and Gskill RipjawsX 8gb DDR3 1600mhz CL8.
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I also have a question. I recently finished a full 12 hour prime at 4.5 GHz on my 2500k, with an offset of -.080, my ram at 1600, and LLC at ultra high. It was, I thought, my last step. But, I read somewhere that Asus boards have their C1e, C3, and C6 disabled @ auto setting, so I went into BIOS to turn them to enable, and I got an endless reboot loop as soon as I hit the windows screen. My questions are two. Do I need these states enabled to be able to properly utilize stepping technology (so I can run offset and get a voltage drop @ idle)? And does this point to any specific thing I can do to try to get stable?

I had planned not to ask questions here, because it should all be straightforward, but I'm at a bit of a loss on this one.

{edit} - nevermind, I got it fixed. now my idle voltage gets down to .928, which seems dangerously low to me (I also just bumped my offset to -.075 and my LLC to high, because I was paranoid about idle BSODs) but I'll just have to watch it. Back to Prime 95! Thank you guys though. Your help on getting this computer stable has been invaluable.
Edited by pfunkmort - 2/19/12 at 11:33pm
 
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I also have a question. I recently finished a full 12 hour prime at 4.5 GHz on my 2500k, with an offset of -.080, my ram at 1600, and LLC at ultra high. It was, I thought, my last step. But, I read somewhere that Asus boards have their C1e, C3, and C6 disabled @ auto setting, so I went into BIOS to turn them to enable, and I got an endless reboot loop as soon as I hit the windows screen. My questions are two. Do I need these states enabled to be able to properly utilize stepping technology (so I can run offset and get a voltage drop @ idle)? And does this point to any specific thing I can do to try to get stable?
I had planned not to ask questions here, because it should all be straightforward, but I'm at a bit of a loss on this one.
{edit} - nevermind, I got it fixed. now my idle voltage gets down to .928, which seems dangerously low to me (I also just bumped my offset to -.075 and my LLC to high, because I was paranoid about idle BSODs) but I'll just have to watch it. Back to Prime 95! Thank you guys though. Your help on getting this computer stable has been invaluable.

You disable C1, C3, and in your case C6. They usually cause idle BSOD when enabled.
post #7414 of 10702
Is this just a sensor bug?
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I can easily put my finger to the heatsinks on the Board and they are cool to the touch.
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Is this just a sensor bug?
I can easily put my finger to the heatsinks on the Board and they are cool to the touch.

I will bet your running the ASUS temp monitor/ASUS AI suite too? if so pick one, ASUS software or 3rd party...they don't like to play well together in some systems I have noticed...mine included bug's the temp sensors out.
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I also have a question. I recently finished a full 12 hour prime at 4.5 GHz on my 2500k, with an offset of -.080, my ram at 1600, and LLC at ultra high. It was, I thought, my last step. But, I read somewhere that Asus boards have their C1e, C3, and C6 disabled @ auto setting, so I went into BIOS to turn them to enable, and I got an endless reboot loop as soon as I hit the windows screen. My questions are two. Do I need these states enabled to be able to properly utilize stepping technology (so I can run offset and get a voltage drop @ idle)? And does this point to any specific thing I can do to try to get stable?
I had planned not to ask questions here, because it should all be straightforward, but I'm at a bit of a loss on this one.
{edit} - nevermind, I got it fixed. now my idle voltage gets down to .928, which seems dangerously low to me (I also just bumped my offset to -.075 and my LLC to high, because I was paranoid about idle BSODs) but I'll just have to watch it. Back to Prime 95! Thank you guys though. Your help on getting this computer stable has been invaluable.

C3 and C6 should be disabled if your worried about idle BSOD's. .928v is perfectly normal for idle voltage, at 1600Mhz you don't need much to keep it happy.
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Hey guys, I've got two quick (and hopefully simple) questions...

  1. What is the lowest idle voltage that can be set for when the C.P.U. down-clocks to 1600MHz?
  2. I was reading through Wikipedia's Sandy Bridge page and up to the 2700K it says that the supported memory is "up to dual channel DDR3-1333". I'm running 4x2GB DDR3-1600 R.A.M. in my machine...do I have to set the XMP profile to 1333MHz instead, due to this?

I'm using an offset voltage and due to my load-line calibration settings, I get a ~.3v difference in my idle (~0.992) and load (~1.328) voltages. I want to set my load voltage lower to help with heat, but I'm not sure how low I can go with the offset as I already am under 1.0v with a -.15v offset. Any recommendations?

If it's useful, my P.C. is certified stable at 4500MHz with the offset at -.15v. I have no intention of pushing it higher, I'm just looking to maximise the potential of my 4.5GHz overclock with the least heat.
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I will bet your running the ASUS temp monitor/ASUS AI suite too? if so pick one, ASUS software or 3rd party...they don't like to play well together in some systems I have noticed...mine included bug's the temp sensors out.

Yeah just found a post by HiVizMan on ROG, I'm removing everything but the USB 3.0 and Asus Update, hopefully its just the "POS" software.
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Yeah just found a post by HiVizMan on ROG, I'm removing everything but the USB 3.0 and Asus Update, hopefully its just the "POS" software.

Sweet. I'll bet that is the issue.
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Sweet. I'll bet that is the issue.

certainly was, now I can continue stabilizing!
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