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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

Thanks! LOL. Missed that.redface.gif
 
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So I have a question about the push to 5Ghz!

At the moment I am stable at 1.408v @4.8Ghz and when I goto 5Ghz I get the error 0x124 and I just increase the VCore to notches and that error goes away.

Well the next BSOD I get when running 1792 FFT's is the 0x9C error. I am a bit unsure how to fix this error because on the original page is shows "0x9C = QPI/VTT most likely, but increasing vcore has helped in some instances". I've gone through my BIOS a few times and I don't see anything labeled QPI or VTT. I do apologize if its a very obvious abbreviation for something but I just can not figure out what settings QPI and VTT are, and for that matter how to change them. Any help would be much much appreciated smile.gif

PS - I have an Asus P8P67 Pro (rev 3.0) motherboard
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So I have a question about the push to 5Ghz!
At the moment I am stable at 1.408v @4.8Ghz and when I goto 5Ghz I get the error 0x124 and I just increase the VCore to notches and that error goes away.
Well the next BSOD I get when running 1792 FFT's is the 0x9C error. I am a bit unsure how to fix this error because on the original page is shows "0x9C = QPI/VTT most likely, but increasing vcore has helped in some instances". I've gone through my BIOS a few times and I don't see anything labeled QPI or VTT. I do apologize if its a very obvious abbreviation for something but I just can not figure out what settings QPI and VTT are, and for that matter how to change them. Any help would be much much appreciated smile.gif
PS - I have an Asus P8P67 Pro (rev 3.0) motherboard

I googled it: "voltage for the Integrated Memory Controller (IMC) inside of the CPU." its VTT, on Asus called as VCCIO thumb.gif
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I googled it: "voltage for the Integrated Memory Controller (IMC) inside of the CPU." its VTT, on Asus called as VCCIO

Oh ok well that makes sense. Hmm, I wonder tho. The original quote for 9C says VTT or VCore...hmm what to try first, I have very little experience touching the VCCIO I think the default is 1.800v.
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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.

I believe I have it set to 1.14 or something like that. I tried 4.9 earlier and I got the 124 BSoD, so my guess is that the VCCIO needs more volts. And I have considered taking two of my DIMMs out, I only use more than 8GBs for stress testing lol I have been eyeing those Samsung memory sticks for a while now (the low profile ones that OC like mad), maybe I should just get 8GBs of that and sell my 16 or something. Oh well, I am happy with 4.8....heck, I was happy with the 4.6 that I was running until last night.
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Wow, interesting finding (learning for me at least). After I OC'ed my machine and posted my results here, I didn't think anything of it, but I set my 16GB to XMP figuring I wanted to get the most of my RAM.

After I reinstalled Windows with that new setting, BSODs were caused. So I started at stock and restarted. I then reloaded my OC stable BIOS settings, and then decided to launch another Prime95... the Vcore was at 1.382 / 1.39 instead of the 1.360 earlier! I then realized that my RAM was at default / auto, so I simply change the speed to 1600MHz and kept the rest the same (which is what I did for my original Prime95 tests). My Vcore was back to 1.360 again under load! Wondering if I set it back to XMP, what will happen, but I need to go to work now. rolleyes.gif Just shows how RAM, especially 16GB, can have an effect on your system.

I'm going to do more testing, but I thought was interesting to share.

Tootles..

UPDATE: Ran another Prime95 Run @ 90%+ RAM for another 12+ hours and it's fine. Fiddling with the RAM _really_ messed up my OC, so lesson learned from my end. Will still look to install another version of Windows to play more with OC settings (aka see if I can bring down my LLC and hard set the turbo), but for now I updated my submission with my correct BIOS settings... which was the settings prior to me fiddling with them during screen capturing. tongue.gif

So done! Yay.
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Edited by ped5 - 2/27/12 at 10:44am
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Here i come again:D

Wish to commit a stable OC platform.

The last time I have too much emphasis on "The Value" of the under-load voltage, I'm too eager to get 1.37~1.38v on every setup, with over-dialed the additional OC voltage, the result is I always get the same high temperature no matter how low I've dialed down other crucial elements.

After several tests I finally found out that, I could first dial up a vcore, then test for IBT or Linx for fast results (Prime95 1minute blend also). If there is no problem, dial the voltage down until it is just above BSOD voltage, and then do the long run.

And I'm now knowing that my 2600k chip is capable to work on 4700MHz with only 1.360v (PLL: 1.586v, VTT: 0.921v), and I got a really good 4~6°C cooler.

I think this is about it, I can use this settings 24/7.

Anyways, my prove are as below:

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Oh ok well that makes sense. Hmm, I wonder tho. The original quote for 9C says VTT or VCore...hmm what to try first, I have very little experience touching the VCCIO I think the default is 1.800v.

You could try to bump VCCIO by steps to 1.5V, but dont go over 1.2V.
And to correct, default is not 1.8V, you would fry something with those voltages.
Edited by MooMoo - 2/27/12 at 5:20am
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Bah, didnt get this to edit "And to correct, default is not 1.8V, you would fry something with those voltages. biggrin.gif"
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this is my submission for i7-2700k w/ Asrock z68 ext.3 gen 3 mb.

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