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Spreadsheet has been updated, however, I've seen a couple that haven't followed the rules. Please ensure you follow all the rules which are stated in the OP including notepad with OCN name, realtemp timer etc

Thank you.

Apologies for the delay I have been very busy, however, thank you for your patience I really appreciate it.

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Hey guys, having a little problem here... As of lately, ive been getting alot of 0x124 bsod's after total stability since I got my 2500k... Usually happens when im idling or watching youtube vids or w/e...

Vcore is at 1.36-1.37v
level4 LLC

Should I raise vcore more or lower/raise the ugh whats it called you know the thing thats 1.85v that ppl say lower to get more stability...

anyways, sorry for the vagueness, any help would be cool
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Decided to add my settings since I need to switch motherboards once I get the rest of my WC stuff and I won't remember them. Had to go up to 1.415 because of the ridiculous Vdroop.
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What is max multiplier on non "K" processors that could be used for OC?

My friend will buy Ci5 2380P which is 3.1GHz (3.4GHz TURBO) , and he is wondering what's max Turbo multi available for this processor..


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What is max multiplier on non "K" processors that could be used for OC?
My friend will buy Ci5 2380P which is 3.1GHz (3.4GHz TURBO) , and he is wondering what's max Turbo multi available for this processor..
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well on non k processors the multi is locked so.....

Guessing the bclk is at 100 the turbo multi would be 34...

34x100 = 3.400mhz sooo yea.... The only way you can oc non k processors is by changing the bclk.... Which i don't think its safe?
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Spreadsheet has been updated, however, I've seen a couple that haven't followed the rules. Please ensure you follow all the rules which are stated in the OP including notepad with OCN name, realtemp timer etc
Thank you.
Apologies for the delay I have been very busy, however, thank you for your patience I really appreciate it.
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Thanks bro! Don't apologize though. Those with bright minds and kind hearts are always busy! thumb.gif

We appreciate the humbleness though. biggrin.gif

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Decided to add my settings since I need to switch motherboards once I get the rest of my WC stuff and I won't remember them. Had to go up to 1.415 because of the ridiculous Vdroop.


I normally don't recommend much LLC, but if you're getting extreme Vdroop, you could increase your LLC level by one increment. You'd have to decrease the offset voltage and/or additional turbo voltage accordingly, but it does seem to help some.

 

I was able to get 4.5 GHz stable Regular LLC (disabled / 0%) , and was able to go from 4.6 GHz through 4.9 GHz with Medium LLC (25%). When I went up to 5.0 and 5.1 GHz I needed to use High LLC (50%) to combat the Vdroop.

 

Every CPU is different and our motherboards are not exactly the same model, so the frequencies may be a bit off, but you might try increasing your LLC slightly and see how it goes. (I wouldn't go beyond High at 4.8 GHz though and I'd never use Extreme LLC at any clock speed.)
 

 

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36 hours, 100% usage on 4 Cores 8 Threads folding, with the highest temp seen 74C, 1.360v. I think we're done here. thumb.gifapplaud.gif

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36 hours, 100% usage on 4 Cores 8 Threads folding, with the highest temp seen 74C, 1.360v. I think we're done here. :thumb::applaud:
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Great run. :)  Now do it again with 90% of your memory used so you can get the SUPER Stable submission.  :P I'm kidding. That's a great run.

 

Off-topic:

 

I noticed that you have a ton of gadgets up for monitoring. Take a look at this slick interface. (It uses much less resources and doesn't even require gadget services enabled, which means you save even more resources.)

 

I hid my image in a spoiler. Click to reveal and right click for a new tab to view the full-size version. It's Open Hardware Monitor and you can rename sensors to anything you like. It's very low-overhead. (Click to show)

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The folding windows are incidental, not the point of the screenshot. I'm just trying to show off the "gadget" (that doesn't require the gadget service to run) on the right hand side of the window. You can put anything that the monitor checks into the gadget as well as rename it. I liked it much better as an all-in-one monitoring gadget (that was free and open source) than the other solutions that I tried. It will track minimum and maximum values as well as show graphs of them if you wish. You can reveal and hide sensors in the main window and also reveal and hide anything in the main window inside of the gadget view. The main window will minimize to systray.

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I noticed that you have a ton of gadgets up for monitoring. Take a look at this slick interface. (It uses much less resources and doesn't even require gadget services enabled, which means you save even more resources.)
I hid my image in a spoiler. Click to reveal and right click for a new tab to view the full-size version. Its Open Hardware Monitor and you can rename sensors to anything you like. Its very low-overhead. (Click to show)
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^ very very VERY useful omg its awesome i usually have real temp along with cpuz and msi afterburner graph on another monitor this just saved me 2 open programs (msi afterburner is a must)

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http://openhardwaremonitor.org/downloads/
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