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http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/7490#post_16538510

I was running 90% ram with prime95 2.66 custom blend for 19 hours, i really think that you have to run all 70 tests to confirm a stabilized system
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I was running 90% ram with prime95 2.66 custom blend for 19 hours, i really think that you have to run all 70 tests to confirm a stabilized system

You can hit all 70 tests if you change the intervals to 10 minutes instead of the default. In my post I cycled through all of the tests within 12 hours, which you can tell from Prime95 hitting running through tests #5 and #6 @ load and when stopped.

Per Shad0wfax's recommendation, I essentially ran the "double check" instead of the official run. However it's all good, I just ran 12+ hours Prime 95, default intervals (15 min), at 90%+ ram, so will use that as my official submission knowing I ran through the #45-70 FFT cycles per the double check test. smile.gif
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The only reason I brought up the 10 minute interval is if you wanted to test FFT lengths on your own and couldn't dedicate 18 hours to test; it was an example, and has nothing to do with the Stable or Super Stable Club memberships. I am sorry if that confused anyone. (I also mentioned that you could test each FFT length for 1 minute and run a 70 minute long test to hit every FFT length.)

Nah, it wasn't you, it was a user error. smile.gif

I noticed you did mention to use it as a "peace of mind" approach, however I didn't see the points above you mentioned written, so thanks for reposting it in totality. I thought I followed all the links, but I seem to be the only one that missed it. In fact I noticed that everyone else was submitting 18hrs+ and that last post that made me second guess. However I did kick off another "proper" customer blend before I went to bed, so now I fulfill the official super stable criteria + have done the piece of mind tests... so all is good! thumb.gif

Amended submission in the original post here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/7550#post_16558935
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Hey all, just got my new AsRock P67 Extreme4 Gen 3 mobo and my brand new core i5 2500k and I like them alot. its a tight squeeze for my xspc 360 rad, the heatsink covers on the mobo are just a bit too big so i think i might take them off to get a bit more room. On another note I'm overclocking my 2500k to 4.8 and am about to run prime for stability (12+hrs) but i'm messing around with 5.0 right now just to see if i can hit it. i think i got a crapish chip because to keep away BSOD 101 i have to have my vcore at 1.465 and after i set the vcore to 1.465 and run prime to test i get a BSOD error 124....arg. I upped the VTT one tick above 1.15 and then i get a BSOD 101 again. I'm going to run my stability test for 4.8 and then i'll go back to trying to hit 5.0. if you guys have any suggestions they'd be greatly appreciated!!
On another note i have a question; When i overclock to 4.8 i dont need to have PLL overvoltage enabled but I do for 5.0. if i can run 4.8 stable without PLL off is that good or should i just turn it on since im over 4.5ghz?
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Maybe, I am finding that having 16GBs of RAM is limiting my OC potential. But, I did increase my VCCIO a notch and that got me to 4.8 stable, so maybe another notch or two will take me to 5. I guess I'll try that tonight smile.gif
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Hi all,

Looking to follow the recommendations and have an alternate install of Windows to play with further OC'ing and optimizing my current OC so I don't corrupt my actual setup with serveral BSODs. I also tried doing a fresh load of Windows with my OC and noticed I was getting BSOD 0x124 with little or no load. headscratch.gif So looked like I'll go through the PLL/Vtt/C3, etc tweakin troubleshooting post a bit, but would like to do that and not bother my fresh install.

Any recommendations on how to best do that? I know I'd have to buy another Win7 license, but what "minimal" drivers should I install to ensure that I emulate the environment as much as possible? Would I have to install all the GPU drivers for example? Would it make a diffrence if I'm installing my OC load on a HDD instead of a SDD (like I have)? I understand some of the issues relate to Intel Rapid Storage, so if I'm trying to recreate the environment, assume I would have to have an SDD, so should I buy a 2.5" and load that in my X-dock instead?

Appreciate any advice,
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That voltage is crazy good man! Push that thing to 5ghz, and see how much it takes!!!!thumb.gif

That cpuz voltage is a false reading. He has a Gigabyte board. The true reading is on the right side of the screen shot @ 1.43
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Nah, it wasn't you, it was a user error. :)

I noticed you did mention to use it as a "peace of mind" approach, however I didn't see the points above you mentioned written, so thanks for reposting it in totality. I thought I followed all the links, but I seem to be the only one that missed it. In fact I noticed that everyone else was submitting 18hrs+ and that last post that made me second guess. However I did kick off another "proper" customer blend before I went to bed, so now I fulfill the official super stable criteria + have done the piece of mind tests... so all is good! :thumb:

You're welcome. I'm glad that you're happy with your overclock and it looks like you did it right.

 

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Maybe, I am finding that having 16GBs of RAM is limiting my OC potential. But, I did increase my VCCIO a notch and that got me to 4.8 stable, so maybe another notch or two will take me to 5. I guess I'll try that tonight :)

 

What's your VCCIO at right now? Sometimes fully populating the DIMM slots in a board will cause stability issues regardless of how much voltage you feed them.

 

Unless you're doing heavy video encoding or manipulating incredibly large image or video (or CAD) files, you're unlikely to ever need anything beyond 8 GB of RAM. You could always just pull 2 DIMMs out of your system and enjoy the slight performance boost (and stability boost) that it gives you. There's really no reason to fully populate a motherboard's DIMM slots unless you're doing the aforementioned heavy work.
 

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That voltage is crazy good man! Push that thing to 5ghz, and see how much it takes!!!!:thumb:

That cpuz voltage is a false reading. He has a Gigabyte board. The true reading is on the right side of the screen shot @ 1.43


That's why the Gigabyte users have to post their easytune6 hwmonitor windows and evga users have to post their e-leet utility windows to show their voltages. :)

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