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post #7731 of 10702
soul801, nice job. Low volts are cool.

Here what mine looks like right now---starting to get warm:

5.0GHz 1.35v
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At 4.8GHz and 1.30v it peaked at only 71C, so I dunno. If anyone wants to see my settings and give me some pointers, thanks. I will try for a top spot anyway, no matter the temps. ;I
Edited by samwiches - 3/7/12 at 11:42am
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Will update spreadsheet later on tonight.



@ samwiches

you do know you ain't utilizing AVX right? Download the latest IBT from here and make sure you have SP1 (service pack 1) installed. Just a word of warning, watch those temps rocket tongue.gif
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Oh, maybe I spoke too soon then?
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Took me a day or two to get past a rounding error but this is what I got. I want to push a bit farther but i'm worried about those temps.
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First disable spread spectrum in the BIOS to get that bclk at an even 100.0. And my personal limit with air is 4.7GHz for 24.7 use, but your temps aren't anything to freak out about so far. I'd say you can make 4.8 if you only have to give 1.4v or less.
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I am a bit concerned about my overclock. All I want is to hit 4.5Ghz stable and I have done that by just increasing the multi to 45x. However when I run a small-fft of Prime95 my temps jump from 32 straight upto 65 and gradually climb upto 70. Is this normal, or should I get a better cpu cooler. Currently using a Corsair H60, not the best I know. Also my voltage seems to jump to 1.440v when running at full pelt.

Any handy tips?
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You are fine with that 70c. Use your money to get something else.
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You are fine with that 70c. Use your money to get something else.

Any good suggestions for a CPU cooler? I can send this to H60 to my 775 rig.
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Any good suggestions for a CPU cooler? I can send this to H60 to my 775 rig.

If you liked the H60, i would recommend the h80 or H100. I have both and they are amazing! my temps are 55-60c 100% load
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If you liked the H60, i would recommend the h80 or H100. I have both and they are amazing! my temps are 55-60c 100% load

Mine currently hit 54c tops when gaming.
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Decreasing the VCCIO will likely cause more instablity, rather than reduce instability. As frequency increases, voltage needed increases and incidental heat increases. I was hypothesizing that you were operating on the ragged edge of stability for your system and that the game is stressing things slightly differently than stability tests and that combined with the ambient temperature that may have been the cause of the problem. The ambient temperature experiment with a space heater is a good idea if you want to eliminate that as a variable. If you get the ambient up to around 32C or so and your system doesn't crash under the same load conditions, then you can chalk it up as a fluke. If you get consistent crashes, then you'll know that it's heat related.

Changing VCCSA is not recommended. That's your system agent voltage and everything that I've ever read suggests that monkeying with VCCSA is a bad idea.


To reduce overall motherboard temperatures, such as on passively cooled controllers, you can either install more case fans, perform a case-mod to change case airflow, change case fan profiles for more air flow at lower temperatures, or install chipset fans. All four options will increase airflow over your various controllers and chipsets and if the higher ambient temperature turns out to be the culprit, these are ways that you can decrease temperatures without changing any significant BIOS settings.

If you are interested in reducing overall heat in the system with BIOS changes, you can reduce your PLL voltage to the minimum amount needed to get the system to boot and then increase it by one increment and leave it there. In most people's experience (mine included) this did not affect system stability at all but reduced temperatures measurably. You can also verify that you are using a manual setting for VRM frequency, with a fixed frequency of 350 kHz and no more than that.

This could all turn out to be a wild goose chase, but it doesn't hurt to pursue a cooler system. My suspicion though, is that it was ambient temperature related and that it was a controller or VRM circuit throwing the errors, as your CPU temperatures were most likely close enough to your stress test values to be a non-issue.

I'm getting BSODs with other games now (even late at night), so I think my problem is more than temperature related.

In my experience with my OC, my processor is very picky about VCCIO voltages and PLL voltages. I was literally getting BSOD after 2-5 hours of P95 with most PLL voltage values, until I stubbled across 1.6125V, and now I can make P95 stable for 12+ hours. I was having problems booting reliably with a VCCIO voltage under 1.15, so I wonder if upping that a notch will help stability. I'll have to try it tonight.

Thanks for the help. It's nice to have someone to sound off ideas with.
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