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BIOS TEMPLATES
I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.
Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones I’m after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)
  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control
  • CPU Configuration Page
Spread sheet contains voltage info, temperature info, cooling info, BIOS templates and separate sheets have been created for all of those, including one which filters the i5 and i7. This should be helpful to SB users and those looking to get SB, it also helps provide real world data regarding how the coolers are performing, what temps people are getting with the overclocks and at what kind of voltages, I think that it’s a great addition to OCN and one that SB and non SB users can benefit from.
Thanks to all that contributed to this thread and spread sheet, would not have been possible without you guys thumb.gif
We currently have just over 360 members and we are looking for MORE tongue.gif
SO GET POSTING GUYS BUT REMEMBER TO FOLLOW THE RULES!!!!
And again thanks to all those participated, we have some excellent club members here!!!!
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I'll post my story once more after this message. Please check it out(all of you guys).
There's a lot of valuable information(and effort) in it that leads to some fundamental questions, I think. Like:
1-What does it tell us about a chip, that woud not boot into windows without enabling the internal PLL overvoltage?
2-As far as I've seen, BSOD 124 is a very common problem of sandy overclockers. But what about constant BSOD 101's as seen in my experience? What could it be other than "increase Vcore"?
3-What does it mean if you loose your stability at a certain multiplier, like 46x in my case? Or if you can't reach your last tested treshold, in my case 10min at 47x, then 11sec with the same settings at 47x?

I'm refraining from testing again. I'm stuck at 45x right now.
I'm seeing the potential to go further with my chip, but:
Somebody encourage me to go on.
Edited by Kurzweil - 4/5/12 at 6:32am
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Here I go again:)
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Here I go:
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-HAF 912 Plus with one 20cm front and one 12cm rear fan only.
After a comprehensive research, I decided to start overclocking with munaim1's "quick little sandy guide" here: http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/2200_50#post_14466483
I want to thank munaim1 for the work he has done. thumb.gif
First, I installed a windows 7 Ultimate 64bit os on a usb external hard drive and used it for overclocking only, to avoid possible risks with O.C.'ing. Then I set my bios according to the above guide:
-F5 stock values, I saved this as a profile.
-Dram to XMP(stock). I actually set it to manual and set the voltage, timings and speed of the ram manually to tested factory settings, whic is 1.5V, 1600mhz and 9-9-9-24 CR2.
-LLC set to Ultra High(I was planning on shifting to High after finding my top Vcore and switching to Offset mode)
-Vcore manually set to 1.25V
-C1E, Speedstep enabled
-C3, C6 on auto
-CPU spread spectrum enabled(I checked while testing, it doesn't distrupt the BCLK. Range is: 99.98mhz-99.99mhz-100.00mhz-100.01mhz-100.02mhz)
-CPU Current Capability: 140%
-Phase and Duty Control: Extreme
-EPU power saving disabled
-VRM frequency: 350
-Every other thing is set to F5 stock settings of the mo-bo.
Depending on what Asus' overclock tuner showed me, I decided to set the multiplier to 42x instead of 45x at 1,25V as recommended, and started to test with quick prime95, custom, time for each FFT:1min, 1344K and 1792K with 6600mb's of ram(which is more than 90% of my available ram while testing) So:
42x - 1.250V:
--1344K--30min pass.
--1792K--40min pass/max temps(real temp): 52-59-58-57/maxW:CPU IA cores:80W-CPU Package:86W(Aida 64)

^
^
43x - 1.250V:
--1344K--failure in 2min
43x - 1.255V:
--1344K--failure in 1min - Vcoreload:1.248V - idle:1.256V(CPU-Z)
43x - 1.260V:
--1344K--failure in 6min - load:1.248V(1.256V)* - idle:1.256V
*Vcore values in brackets mean that the voltage sometimes switches to that value. Ones that are in two brackets like this: ((1.375V)), mean that the voltage rarely switches to that value. Ones that are not in brackets mean that, it is the valid voltage most of the time or all of the time.
43x - 1.265V:
--1344K--BSOD 101
43x - 1.270V:
--1344K--32min pass/temps: 58-66-67-64/maxW:97W-105W/load:1.264V(1.256V) - idle:1.264V(1.272V)
--1792K--failure in 24 min.
43x - 1.275V:
--1344K--33min pass/temps:60-68-69-66/maxW:111W-121W/load: 1.264V - idle: 1.272V
--1792K--47min pass/temps:60-68-68-66/maxW:92W-100W/load: 1.264V - idle: 1.272V

^
^
44x - 1.275V:
--1344K--falure in 1min
44x - 1.280V:
--1344K--BSOD 101 in 1min
44x - 1.285V:
--1344K--failure in 1min/load:1.272V - idle:1.280V
44x - 1.290V:
--1344K--failure in 7min/load:1.280V - idle:1.288V
44x - 1.295V:
--1792K--failure in 1min/load:1.280V(1.288V) - idle:1.296V(1.288V)
44x - 1.300V:
--1792K--failure in 3min/load:1.288V(1.296V) - idle:1.296V
44x - 1.305V:
--1792K--41min pass/62-70-72-68/152W-166W/load:1.296V(1.288V) - idle:1.304V
--1344K--failure in 9min/load:1.296V - idle:1.304V
44x - 1.310V:
--1344K--31min pass/62-70-71-67/92W-100W/load:1.296V(1.304V) - idle:1.304V((1.312V))
--1792K--31min pass/63-70-72-68/105W-113W/load:1.296V(1.304V) - idle:1.304V((1.312V))

^
^
45x - 1.320V:
--1344K--failure in 1min/load:(1.304V)(1.312V) - idle:1.320V
45x - 1.330V:
--1344K--failure in 5min/load:1.320V - idle:1.328V
45x - 1.340V:
--1344K--31min pass/65-73-75-71/94W-102W/load:1.328V((1.336V)) - idle:1.336V((1.344V))
--1792K--BSOD 101 in more than 4min
45x - 1.345V:
--1792K--31min pass/66-74-75-71/98W-105W/load:1.336V(1.328V) - idle:1.344V
--1344K--37min pass/65-74-75-72/94W-102W/load:1.336V(1.328V) - idle:1.344V((1.336V))

^
^
46x - 1.365V:
Freeze on Windows startup screen
46x - 1.355V:
Freeze on Windows startup screen
46x - 1.375V:
Freeze on Windows startup screen
46x - 1.380V:
Freeze on Windows startup screen
46x - 1.385V:
Freeze on Windows startup screen
Quote from munaim1:"CPU PLL Overvoltage is only needed when a particular multi (usually the high ones (46x+)) doesn't boot into windows." So:
46x - 1.365V with internal PLL overvoltage enabled:
Freeze on Windows startup screen
46x - 1.385V with internal PLL overvoltage enabled:
--1344K--36min pass/69-78-78-75/166W-180W/load:(1.368V)(1.376V) - idle:1.384V
--1792K--31min pass/69-77-77-75/107W-116W/load:(1.368V)(1.376V) - idle:1.384V((1.376V))
Then I tried with less voltage to see if its possible:
46x - 1.375V with internal PLL overvoltage enabled:
--1344K--failure in 1min/load:(1.360V)(1.368V) - idle:(1.368V)(1.376V)
46x - 1.380V with internal PLL overvoltage enabled:
--1344K--34min pass/69-78-77-76/106W-115W/load:1.368V - idle:1.376V
--1792K--34min pass/69-78-78-76/105W-113W/load:1.368V - idle:1.376V((1.384V))

^
^
After being able to boot into windows by enabling internal PLL overvoltage at 46x, I decided to disable it and try other options one by one to see if any other thing also works:
46x - 1.380V internal PLL overvoltage disabled:
Freeze on windows startup again
46x - 1.380V internal PLL overvoltage disabled and DRAM downclocked from 1600mhz to 1333mhz:
Freeze on windows startup
46x - 1.380V internal PLL overvoltage disabled, DRAM back to 1600mhz and CPU spread spectrum disabled:
Freeze on windows startup
46x - 1.380V internal PLL overvoltage disabled, CPU spread spectrum enabled again and C3-C6 disabled:
Freeze on windows startup
46x - 1.380V internal PLL overvoltage disabled, C3-C6 back to AUTO and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.7V from AUTO:
Freeze on windows startup
Nothing worked but enabling internal PLL overvoltage. So C3-C6 back to AUTO and I enabled internal PLL overvoltage and continued overclcoking.
^
^
47x - 1.400V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 1min
47x - 1.405V:
--1792K--failure in 2min/load:1.392V((1.400V)) - idle:1.400V((1.408V))/79Cmax
47x - 1.410V:
--1792K--failure in 3min/load:1.400V(1.392V) - idle:1.408V/80Cmax
47x - 1.415V:
--1792K--failure in 10min/load:1.400V(1.408V) - idle:(1.408V)(1.416V)/79Cmax
47x - 1.420V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 1min/idle:1.416V
47x - 1.425V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 1min/idle:1.424V
47x - 1.430V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 6-7min/load:(1.416V)(1.424V) - idle:1.432V
Now this is getting nowhere. Gotta do something different. First I ran the longest(10min) test setting(47x-1.415V) above again to see what's gonna happen:
47x - 1.415V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 at 05:57/load:1.400V(1.408V) - idle:(1.408V)(1.416V)
Quote from munaim1 regarding people getting constant BSODs: "My advice play around with the PLL voltage from 1.7v and you should be good. Note I've dropped the PLO to 1.55 and all is well, I recommend testing it from 1.4 and slowly go up, by small increments."
-So I decided to give it a shot starting from a CPU PLL voltage of 1.4V(which was at Auto(1.8V)), with a constant multiplier and voltage setting of 47x - 1.415V, which yielded the best result above(10min):
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.400V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 50seconds
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.450V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 34sec
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.500V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 55sec
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.550V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 50sec
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.600V:
Freeze on windows startup screen
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.650V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 55sec
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.700V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 39sec
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.750V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 13sec
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to 1.800V:(This is the setting that yielded the 10min run)
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 11sec(something's not right)
I set the CPU PLL voltage back to AUTO, which is also 1.800V:
47x - 1.415V and CPU PLL voltage set to AUTO:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 51sec(not lookin good)
^
^
After this, I felt the necessity to check my last stable setting at 46x:
46x - 1.380V:
--1792K--BSOD 101 in 40sec(what's going on?)
I then checked my stable setting at 45x:
45x - 1.345V:
--1792K--I stopped testing 16 minutes into the test because I wanted to disable internal PLL overvoltage and test again at the exact same condition of my last 45x stable:
45x - 1.345V and internal PLL overvoltage disabled:
--1792K--31min pass/65-72-73-71/105W-114W/load:(1.336V)(1.328V) - idle:1.344V((1.336V))
--1344K--37min pass/64-72-73-70/116W-127W/load:(1.336V)(1.328V) - idle:1.344V

Phewww...I was stable again at 45x.And I'm using my rig with this setting right now.
^
^
+As you can see, I wasn't able to stabilize my CPU at 4.7Ghz. I'm getting constant BSOD 101's and got no other BSOD's ever(like 124).
+While testing at 47x I refrained from testing further(more than 1.8V for CPU PLL voltage) because at the same setting that I did a 10min 1792K run, I wasn't able to get past even 1 minutes. Then when I couldn't restablize my CPU at 46x, I thougt I damaged it. But everything's fine for now at 45x.
+What do you think guys of the reason for no stability at 47x?
+Do you see a damage to my CPU?
+BSOD 101 is usually regarded as increase Vcore. At 47x increasing vcore didn't pay off where it should have at 1.415V looking at my cpu's level of voltage hunger(0.035V=100mhz in this case).

+I know there are more things I can do before giving up, but as I said, it seemed logical to stop for now. What would be your advices in my case?
+I would also like to hear out munaim1's thoughts on the issue.

+I'll be submitting my 12+hour submission to your club after I'm done.
+Thank you guys for the work you've done here. Really helped me out.

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anyone try stressing with the new prime95 ? v27.4
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Heading into My 3RD HR of testing 4.5GHZ @1.386 Volts

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So far i'm keeping my i7-2700k stable @ 4.8GHz with a Vcore of 1.350v (Multi Step Load Liner Level 5) Gigabyte Z68-UD4-B3 Mobo
Ambient room temps are around 14-19'c
Idle temps are currently changing between 30-36'c
100% load for around 15-20mins with the burn test is around 68-73'c
100% load on burn test for 1 hour peaks at 76'c

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Hi everybody.

I'm new to both overclocking and overclock.net, which by the way is a great website. smile.gif

I have the i5-2500K CPU, and for the past couple of days I've experimented with overclocking it. I wanted it to be stable at 4.5Ghz, and I've just finished a 12hr Prime95 without any failures.

I don't want to push my CPU too far, because I would like it to last for several years.

I used 'offset mode' to set my voltage, and during the stress testing the vcore fluctuated between 1.336V, 1.344V and 1.352V (only briefly at 1.352V).

Here is a screenshot for verification:

4.5Ghz stable.png 450k .png file

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Imgur link here.

I hope this qualifies for the Sandy Stable Club, and all feedback is of course much appreciated. smile.gif
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new p95 v27.4
took 14 hrs to run 10 minute fft's
also new bios 2302 working good for me this time.
lowered pll to 1.6v
dropped my offset from +0.020 down to +0.005 BUT new p95 still reads same load voltage.
im gunna try some more lowering n tweaking.
90% available ram usage. first submission in january was +0.015 offset and 1600 used ram

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im also seeing that p95 v27.4 heats up more than ibt does. now this is strange
Edited by pc-illiterate - 4/5/12 at 10:28am
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My first offset run went smoothly, much to my surprise. My offset came out to be +0.0629, but as you can only do 0.005 increments, I went with +0.065 in the BIOS. For offset I changed C1E from Auto to Enabled, C3 and C6 from Auto to Disabled, and LLC from Ultra high to High. Offset on High makes it so my voltage fluctuations are 1.400, 1.408, and 1.416 versus the 1.408, 1.416, and 1.424 of manual with Ultra high. I have not seen my idle voltage drop below 1.072, so I believe I should be in the clear from idle BSODs. Or, at least I hope so. Anyway, I'm very pleased to have achieved offset stability in the few days I have been tinkering with settings, and I couldn't have done it without munaim1's help, so thank you again.

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Just passed large FFTs (1792) 4.8GHz with HT on @ 1.41v using 6GB RAM. Going to try 1344's...

It's annoying that topdog stabilised it at 5.1GHz with just 1.45v - I'd settle for 5GHz at around the same voltage. If she manages to pass the small FFTs I'll up the multiplier and see what's what.
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Topdog was using phase change AFAIK. It's hardly a fair comparison.
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