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post #8091 of 10702
Hi Guys,

I'm new to this club. However, I am no beginner, nor pro as it happens. +1 for this guide.

So I got a new CPU waterblock today, The EK Supreme High Flow Plexi Top! As some of us do, I decided to push the CPU under it. Last CPU block was awful, Kryos Delrin, the amount it impeded the flow was incredible. I can urinate faster.

As I am sat here talking to you now, it is running @ 5100.66mhz. Which if I can get it to prime would put me almost top of your table in just 1 evening. smile.gif Got to love us newcomers to the club. I have tested stability with Intel Burn Test. I always use this to intially verify, then for complete piece of mind use Prime95. My validation link is included, as I am now running the Prime 95 Test.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2313525

I shall update.
 
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post #8092 of 10702
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What reads vid guys? I have only a few more days to return CPU and wanted to at least make sure it's not a super high vid before letting return window expire.


Use Real Temp, Core Temp or the latest version of Aida64 extreme.

Thanks. Core Temp lists something as VID, but 1.28 seems a bit...wrong? Also, thanks Core Temp for installing Yahoo Toolbar despite my unchecking it. :/

2600kvid.jpg

Temps seem to vary from one program to another, so who knows which one's right. They also seem extremely high given an ambient temp of 24C in a Corsair 550D on a Venomous X w/ a 1200 RPM Scythe SFLEX E. I suppose this could be the voltage, but everything is stock in my BIOS. I changed nothing.

Here's some pictures of my BIOS settings. Hoping someone can shed light on this.

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post #8093 of 10702
2600k ref VID is around 1.26v, intel has the ability to trim voltage so 1.28 is plausable
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C1E is likely the key, give C3 and C6 a shot to see? C1E is speedsteps grandfather. C3/C6 are completely unrelated power states, they actually i belive enable independent cores to power down instead of working on the processor as a unit. Dont quote me on that tho, ill research it if you desire.

I can confirm that speedstepping is now working after setting C1E to enabled manually. Would have thought auto would have done it but who knows.
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I can confirm that speedstepping is now working after setting C1E to enabled manually. Would have thought auto would have done it but who knows.

im old school. I dont trust the bios to know what to do. Nothing but memory timings in my bios's get left to auto, and sometimes if i suspect an issue ill do that too

I've seen bios's do some pretty messed up stuff. first thing that comes to mind is i had one motherboard that when on auto scaled the north bridge voltage with cpu speed/cpu voltage. i had the north bridge running at lets say 1.6v when all it needed to operate was 1.2v rolleyes.gif seen the agp/pci or pci-express speed scale with the FSB, destroying hard drives, instability that plagued me that turned out that the bios decided to mess with memory divider randomly on reboots. etc. etc. One gets to the point that they decide that NOTHING gets left on auto

In bios's im also from the batch of people that think this way: do you use the on board device? no? turn it off entirely.
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im old school. I dont trust the bios to know what to do. Nothing but memory timings in my bios's get left to auto, and sometimes if i suspect an issue ill do that too
I've seen bios's do some pretty messed up stuff. first thing that comes to mind is i had one motherboard that when on auto scaled the north bridge voltage with cpu speed/cpu voltage. i had the north bridge running at lets say 1.6v when all it needed to operate was 1.2v rolleyes.gif seen the agp/pci or pci-express speed scale with the FSB, destroying hard drives, instability that plagued me that turned out that the bios decided to mess with memory divider randomly on reboots. etc. etc. One gets to the point that they decide that NOTHING gets left on auto
In bios's im also from the batch of people that think this way: do you use the on board device? no? turn it off entirely.

I definitely can't argue with that. Have the bluetooth hardware disabled on my MB personally.
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Do you also suggest using High LLC for 4.7ghz?
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in theory, you should be able to use any llc setting you want until you go past about 1.425, where you need to start being mindful of the overshoot, high is probably fine to 1.44v. I don't have actual measurements so its mostly a guess, Im waiting for my friend to mail me my oscilloscope, it will be one of my first measurement projects with it. I mailed him my old 1 channel one and he's sending me his 2 channel
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I could probably get the volts lower but I'm so tired of that damned blue screen. For now I'm just happy to be stable with good temps.

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Hello,

1. what's the hype about the FFT 1344 and FFT 1792 Prime95 tests? Why are people recommending them?

2. Where can I read more about them?

3. How do the FFT 1344 and FFT 1792 Prime95 tests stack up to regular Blend?

Thanks!
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