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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.
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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

Would love to get some input on this, at least regarding how a Sandy Stable Club submission should be handled when the CPU-Z vcore reading fluctuates like that. Thanks!
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Where I can find all the meanings of stuff like 'cpu current capability' 'vrm freq' 'phase&duty control' and so on. There isn't anymore info on the first page frown.gif
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post #7834 of 10702
cpu current capability is overriding the cpu's internal TDP related current limiting (the 95W figure)

vrm freq is adjusting the efficiency of your vrm, asus says 350 khz is good enough for anything you can run without cryo

phase and duty control, set it to extreme, its there as a power saving feature but messes with the vcore stability, default behavior will only run the cpu with say, two voltage regulator modules instead of 8+ when the cpu is idle, or play round robin with them and similar stuff like that

i can dig up the link to the asus tech rep's writeup about it, but simple is to just copy these settings aside from LLC in the digi+VRM

450

I think your motherboard has a extreme option for duty cycle, if not temperature is the suggested setting iirc
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My Sabertooth P67 doesn't have Duty Control - Extreme for some reason.
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My Sabertooth P67 doesn't have Duty Control - Extreme for some reason.

it doesnt, a sabertooth p67 should have its dig+/VRM section look exactly the same as my screen shot as thats my mobo wink.gif
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Hey guys,

I'm here in need of help as I am trying to stabilize 5GHz with HT OFF but I can't seem to do it.

I just took the same profile I'm using for 4.8GHz HT ON (about 1.37v voltage, VCIIO 1.15v, PLL at 1.6v, CPU PLL Overvoltage Disabled I think).

I bumped the offset to make it as high as 1.44v for 5GHz HT OFF which I think should be plenty considering I hit 4.9GHz using 1.39v-1.40v.

I can run prime 95 with the 1792k FFT's for an hour without trouble, but without stressing it, it randomly freezes the whole computer and even the reset button does not work so I have to press the shutdown button for a couple of seconds.

What could this be caused by?
    
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Hey guys,
I'm here in need of help as I am trying to stabilize 5GHz with HT OFF but I can't seem to do it.
I just took the same profile I'm using for 4.8GHz HT ON (about 1.37v voltage, VCIIO 1.15v, PLL at 1.6v, CPU PLL Overvoltage Disabled I think).
I bumped the offset to make it as high as 1.44v for 5GHz HT OFF which I think should be plenty considering I hit 4.9GHz using 1.39v-1.40v.
I can run prime 95 with the 1792k FFT's for an hour without trouble, but without stressing it, it randomly freezes the whole computer and even the reset button does not work so I have to press the shutdown button for a couple of seconds.
What could this be caused by?
You get BSOD 101 or 124?
I usually got that problem when my idle voltage dropped too low. Make sure you're c3 and c6 are disabled too.
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You get BSOD 101 or 124?

That's the funny thing, I'm getting no BSOD at all, the computer just freezes (Screen remains displaying whatever I had by the time it froze) and I have to hard shut down. sad-smiley-002.gif
    
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That's the funny thing, I'm getting no BSOD at all, the computer just freezes (Screen remains displaying whatever I had by the time it froze) and I have to hard shut down. sad-smiley-002.gif
That also might indicate too low idle voltage. But I'm sure there're some smarter overclockers here.
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