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You have an alternative that is much cheaper. Go and buy Intels OC insurance for $25 and give the cpu what it needs to get what you want. Then if you have any issues within the warranty period, you can get yourself a new cpu. thumb.gif I have updated to the newest bios version for my board, and I've been trying to get 5ghz stable. I've done an 6,7, and 11hr run with prime, and my voltage is currently at 1.488v with a max temp of 80C. I believe one more notch up on the Vcore will get me stable for 12hrs, but I'm now wondering if I should try and up my LLC to extreme and try that with my current offset voltage, or just give it the one bump up and leave the LLC at ultra high? Not sure which option will give me the lower Vcore (temp). I'm determined to get this thing to 5ghz. Why? Just because! LOL Yes, I have purchase Intels OC insurance! As well, I don't run 24/7, I use my 2600k a few hours a week to encode video! Any thoughts? Would like to hear from the OP!
 
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You have an alternative that is much cheaper. Go and buy Intels OC insurance for $25 and give the cpu what it needs to get what you want. Then if you have any issues within the warranty period, you can get yourself a new cpu. thumb.gif I have updated to the newest bios version for my board, and I've been trying to get 5ghz stable. I've done an 6,7, and 11hr run with prime, and my voltage is currently at 1.488v with a max temp of 80C. I believe one more notch up on the Vcore will get me stable for 12hrs, but I'm now wondering if I should try and up my LLC to extreme and try that with my current offset voltage, or just give it the one bump up and leave the LLC at ultra high? Not sure which option will give me the lower Vcore (temp). I'm determined to get this thing to 5ghz. Why? Just because! LOL Yes, I have purchase Intels OC insurance! As well, I don't run 24/7, I use my 2600k a few hours a week to encode video! Any thoughts? Would like to hear from the OP!

I didn't know such a thing existed, OC insurance?? hmmm.. Well I too am in the pursuit of 5 GHz just because. I do use my machine 24/7 though so I think I wouldn't keep it at 5 GHz if I can't get it with a voltage/temperature I'd be comfortable with
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I didn't know such a thing existed, OC insurance?? hmmm.. Well I too am in the pursuit of 5 GHz just because. I do use my machine 24/7 though so I think I wouldn't keep it at 5 GHz if I can't get it with a voltage/temperature I'd be comfortable with

Here ya go. Have a look!
http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/
 
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So much for the Vcore bump. A few hours in BSOD 124.mad.gif I"m leaning toward the PLL voltage now. I did a run with the Vcore I had before the bump, but with a lower PLL, and it froze a few hours in with a stopped worker. Going to go back to that PLL and do another run with the Vcore bump. Didn't think 5ghz would be this difficult!rolleyes.gif
 
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Here ya go. Have a look!
http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/

If they let you lap your cpu it might be worth it tongue.gif

Edit: wow only $20 not bad at all lap or no lap. If you get a crappy chip just give that puppy 1.8 volts and get yourself a new chip!
Edited by Jayjr1105 - 3/13/12 at 8:56am
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Wow, great thread with a wealth of knowledge! I've only been through a fraction of it, but I've gained a lot from guides posted by OP and shad0wfax. Munaim1, you are like the shepherd/mystic guru of SNB overclocking with this thread (and others).

I'm having some difficulty figuring out what my load voltage is. It fluctuates in CPU-Z during p95. I've moved from manual mode to offset mode to try to get a nice, stable 24/7 4.5Ghz OC (before having fun and seeing how far my chip can go on my modest cooling). The CPU-Z vcore reading seems to fluctuate .016v to .024v in either direction. In the last setting I tested, it spent a lot of time at around 1.240, with a lot of fluctuations to 1.248, 1.256, and 1.232, and I believe a peak of 1.272 (maybe 1.264).

I'm using a beta of p95 that's supposed to be good for SNB (I think 27.4 or something; uses AVX and produced higher vcore than version 25), and CPU-Z is at least 1.57, but I believe higher (away from the rig for a few days traveling). I have 0 LLC and a tiny bit of additional turbo voltage enabled, and a sizeable negative offset; all seem required to keep my load voltage low enough (well, turbo has just been me messing around). More info is below. Is the lack of LLC + turbo causing the fluctuation, or perhaps is it that CPUZ seems to go in only increments of .008? If so, how do I figure out what my "actual" load vcore is? Thanks for the help.

System:
Asrock Extreme3 Gen3, bios 1.10 I believe...
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2 x 4GB G.Skill Ripjaws X PC 12800, set to listed stock settings of 1600Mhz | 1.5v | 9-9-9-24
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Settings:
-LLC setting "5" which is zero (i.e., maximum vdroop) for this mobo. This appears to be the only way to get my load vcore low enough without an absurdly low idle voltage
-Vcore: Offset mode, -.075 offset
-All power limits set to 300w or something
-All C states, etc., enabled
-Spread Spectrum disabled because Bclock was off when SS was enabled
-Additional turbo voltage of .008v

All else is auto/default I believe.

These settings boot just fine and handle ~ 15min of p95 custom, using 6500MB RAM, for FFT lengths 1344, 1792, and 2688. It was not 6 hour p95 stable. I was asleep and did not see when it BSODed (gave 124 code). Idle voltage goes down to .872 or so, which seems okay so far. I have not stress tested at 1.6 at .872v manual to make sure.

Anyway, I'm trying to be modest with my 24/7 settings because I would like 5 years out of this CPU, and figuring out the load vcore seems important for that. Also, when I eventually submit to join the Super Stable Club, I would like to know how to take the SS (e.g., do I take it when the "mode" vcore is showing?). Any input would be much appreciated.

Edit: Typo
Edited by ElDictator - 3/13/12 at 1:00pm
post #7817 of 10699
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If they let you lap your cpu it might be worth it tongue.gif
Edit: wow only $20 not bad at all lap or no lap. If you get a crappy chip just give that puppy 1.8 volts and get yourself a new chip!

Hey thats sounds 'great' idea biggrin.gif I have little voltage hungry chip and now Im 4.5GHz @1.38Vish (rarely it spikes to 1.4V when running prime95) and I would like to have less voltage hungry to get nicer OC drool.gif Does it take long to get new chip?
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Here are my stable results for your data base add me please.

 

P95 13 hr 4600 pwr save stable.JPG

 

Cooling is listed below for your data base & bios template for overclock.

 

** System Specs **

Asus P8Z68-V Pro    Bios Ver: 1101

Cooling: XSPC RayStorm, & Dual Bay Res w/DDC 355,

TFC 240 X-Changer, PrimoChill Red 1/2"IDx3/4"OD tubing,

Distilled Water w/silver coil, & 2x GT-AP-15 fans (Pull)

Top Mount RAD in HAF 932 Advanced 3.0 case

OS: W7U x64 SP1

 

** Ai Tweaker **

Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual

BLCK/PCIE Frequency: 100

Turbo Ratio: By All Cores

By All Cores: x46

Internal PLL Overvoltage: Disabled

Memory Freq: 1600

DRAM Timing Control: 9-9-9-24-CR1

EPU Power Saving Mode: Enabled

EPU Setting Mode: Max Power

 

** Ai Tweaker\ CPU Power Management> **

CPU Ratio: Auto

Enhanced Intel Speed Step Tecnology: Enabled

Turbo Mode: Enabled

Long Duration Power Limit: Auto

Long Duration Maintained: Auto

Short Duration Power Limit: Auto

Additional Turbo Voltage: Auto

Primary Plane Current Limit: Auto

 

** Ai Tweaker\ (in the Digi+ VRM section) **

Load Line Calibration: Ultra High

VRM Frequency: 350

Phase Control: Extreme

Duty Control: Extreme

CPU Current Capability: 140%

CPU Voltage: Offset Mode

Offset Mode Sign: ( - )

CPU Offset Voltage: 0.010

DRAM Voltage: 1.65000v

VCCIO Voltage: 1.10000v

CPU PLL Voltage: 1.60000v

PCH Voltage: Auto

CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled

 

** Advanced\ CPU Configuration> **

CPU Ratio: Auto

Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor: Enabled

Hyper-Threading: Enabled

Active Processor Cores: All

Limit CPUID Maximum: Disabled

Execute Disable Bit: Enabled

Intel Virtualization Technology: Disabled

Turbo Mode: Enabled

CPU C1E: Enabled

CPU C3 Report: Disabled

CPU C6 Report: Disabled

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Got a hardware failure during prime on one thread. Small FFT 32k. I'm guessing another bump in Vcore?
Thoughts?

Load Line Calibration: Ultra High
VRM Frequency: 350
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: Extreme
CPU Current Capability: 140%
CPU Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Mode Sign: ( + )
CPU Offset Voltage: 0.105
DRAM Voltage: 1.5v
VCCIO Voltage: AUTO
CPU PLL Voltage: 1.55v
PCH Voltage: Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum: Enabled
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That's 5GHz? What's the actual load voltage?

Temps? BSOD code? Easiest to just show a CPUZ screenshot with some temps.

For example, I can do 4.9 anytime with 1.330-1.344v, but then:

5.0Ghz requires 1.38v
5.1Ghz requires 1.40v
5.151Ghz requires 1.44v

There is a pattern. My maximum speed at a reasonable voltage is looking like 4.9Ghz right now, and just 200MHz more is costing 0.11v --- the same increase that brings me the first 1600Mhz over stock. So make sure you're around the point of diminishing returns, and try for small changes there.

377

Seriously ***fffff.. 5GHz either takes too much volts or it's automatic 0x101 blue screen. (Does 101 always mean more vcore?)

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