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I'll bet your + offset is 0.030 bump to 0.035 and run 1344 and 1792 again 5 min runs is sufficient, keep bumping up (small increments) until you pass with no errors then run a full circuit of P95 ver 26.6 has 70 test @ 15 min (default) or 10min (custom) and 27.4 has 82 test. Make sure to use max memory (90-95%) with all P95 test no matter the version and know that you've begun to repeat iterations over again before you quit. Just note the first iteration test so you can watch to see it repeated to know you've run a full circuit. No need to sit and watch it just do the math based on how you set it up to estimate the time it will take ( @ 15min per iteration approx 18.5hrs (26.6) 22.5 hrs (27.4) ) and start monitoring it then to see that 1st iteration repeated again then you'll know for sure you have completed a full circuit.

yeah I bumped my offset vcore to.0035v and needed a 1.31v for VTT (don't have a 1.25v just 1.21v then 1.31v, so pick 1.31v because I've got an thread error running prime in that settings) just to pass 1344 & 1792 FFT in 1min and in 15mins run in respectively, with up to 90% of ram used.
I've got an P95 ver 26.6 so would run it 70 TEST @ 15 mins?
How's my settings, btw? Is 1.31v of VTT just fine?
how long it will take?
And can you give me example how to set the P95 when I run it in full circuit? Thank you


Sorry I'm just getting back to you I've been overwhelmed with work and family. I'm surprised no one jumped in to help. The VTT is to high try not to go above do not go above 1.2v and to be honest auto should be fine with that clock and only 8GB RAM at 1600. Typically a VTT bump is only necessary when all 4 dimm slots are populated or over 8GB of RAM or much higher clocks. You'd have better results lowering CPU PLL with the low vcore you are using. Try 1.65v PLL leave all other voltages at auto bump only your offset voltage slightly if you do not pass 1344 and 1792.

 

Here are the 70 test note 71 repeats the first over again. Note the time it took at 1min per iteration and do the math x 15 to get the estimated time to complete.

Prime 26.6 70 test! (Click to show)

 

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Instead of using 11500 ( see red arrow) plug in 6500 this along with windows overhead should put you in the 93-95% memory usage range while testing. If that does not work try closing some background or startup task before testing. You can easily view available memory using Ctrl+Alt+Del > Start Task Manager

 

P95 Custom Blend setup.png

 

You can easily view available memory using Ctrl+Alt+Del > Start Task Manager. In the example below using 90% of 13011 or 11700 would be a good number to use but I like to give windows plenty of room to breath and use 11500 as shown above to allow good overhead for windows to keep running without a freeze during the testing. You can do similar math to find your number but I suspect 6200 - 6500 would be sufficient. 

 

TM Available RAM.png

 

GL I hope this helps!

 

 

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Plenty Most chips take 1.5+v to hit 5ghz. [/quote]

I understand that far but, my chip boots at fairly low voltage and will benchmark without bsod however, prime is no go. My friends 2600k won't even boot until 1.48v which is why I'm confused. Getting the chip colder however would get me more stability it's just not cold enough I still hit 70c under load. I'll try getting it a bit colder and try again.
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Plenty Most chips take 1.5+v to hit 5ghz. [/quote]

I understand that far but, my chip boots at fairly low voltage and will benchmark without bsod however, prime is no go. My friends 2600k won't even boot until 1.48v which is why I'm confused. Getting the chip colder however would get me more stability it's just not cold enough I still hit 70c under load. I'll try getting it a bit colder and try again.


I don't see 70c as a heat issue sure lower would be better/nicer but these chips don't throttle until you hit 93-95c. With your current cooling it would appear you have plenty of head room.

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Plenty Most chips take 1.5+v to hit 5ghz. [/quote]

I understand that far but, my chip boots at fairly low voltage and will benchmark without bsod however, prime is no go. My friends 2600k won't even boot until 1.48v which is why I'm confused. Getting the chip colder however would get me more stability it's just not cold enough I still hit 70c under load. I'll try getting it a bit colder and try again.


I don't see 70c as a heat issue sure lower would be better/nicer but these chips don't throttle until you hit 93-95c. With your current cooling it would appear you have plenty of head room.


That's exactly what I was thinking however, further tests show the colder I got it it became more stable but as soon as my temps went past 73c I'd get a x124 regardless of vcore/vtt or pll. I'm still unstable but it'll run prime for 1 to 2 hrs now at 1.448v raising it did not help. It's weird and I still don't understand why it works the way it does.
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Plenty Most chips take 1.5+v to hit 5ghz. [/quote]

I understand that far but, my chip boots at fairly low voltage and will benchmark without bsod however, prime is no go. My friends 2600k won't even boot until 1.48v which is why I'm confused. Getting the chip colder however would get me more stability it's just not cold enough I still hit 70c under load. I'll try getting it a bit colder and try again.


I don't see 70c as a heat issue sure lower would be better/nicer but these chips don't throttle until you hit 93-95c. With your current cooling it would appear you have plenty of head room.


That's exactly what I was thinking however, further tests show the colder I got it it became more stable but as soon as my temps went past 73c I'd get a x124 regardless of vcore/vtt or pll. I'm still unstable but it'll run prime for 1 to 2 hrs now at 1.448v raising it did not help. It's weird and I still don't understand why it works the way it does.

You're not alone there dude - I bought a 2600k from topdog that he stabilised at 5.1GHz with 1.45v yet I'm struggling to manage 5.0GHz on the good side of 1.5v, even with every setting identical to his.

Difference being he was running single phase cooling, and so on the 5.1GHz overclock his temps were peaking at ~25c while mine are ~70c.

I've been trying to find a phase cooler for days tongue.gif
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Why, just get a better chip like mine tongue.gif

Just got this with my newest 2700k. Was so close to getting in at 5.7ghz. goes through the windows logo screen but didn't make it. I could do it with a little more Vcore but we'll see

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I'm needing some help trying to get my 4.8Ghz stable..

So I upped my voltages till it stopped at BSOD101. (Offset +0.60 was my sweet spot)

Then I got error 124, so I increased my PLL voltage to the best voltage that got the best time till it crashed, which is currently at 1.6v

Now regarding PLL voltage, if I increase my PLL voltage and got a worst stability time in Prime95, that means the previous voltage was my sweet spot, correct?

Anyways, so I stopped at 1.6v for my PLL Voltage. Since I am running 4x4GB Sticks of ram @ stock CL9 and stock 1.5v, I increased my VTT voltage.

Now the problem - I increased my VTT voltage, which is at 1.090v. I increased it by one notch and got Error 101.. does that mean I should increase my CPU voltage now?

Should also note, my LLC is at Level 3.

Thanks
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I'm needing some help trying to get my 4.8Ghz stable..
So I upped my voltages till it stopped at BSOD101. (Offset +0.60 was my sweet spot)
Then I got error 124, so I increased my PLL voltage to the best voltage that got the best time till it crashed, which is currently at 1.6v
Now regarding PLL voltage, if I increase my PLL voltage and got a worst stability time in Prime95, that means the previous voltage was my sweet spot, correct?
Anyways, so I stopped at 1.6v for my PLL Voltage. Since I am running 4x4GB Sticks of ram @ stock CL9 and stock 1.5v, I increased my VTT voltage.
Now the problem - I increased my VTT voltage, which is at 1.090v. I increased it by one notch and got Error 101.. does that mean I should increase my CPU voltage now?
Should also note, my LLC is at Level 3.
Thanks


Change one voltage at a time and leave the rest alone till u test all options.

And btw u need LLC lvl 2 when using offset, not 1, not 3 or 4 or 5.

VTT u can leave at stock or bump it a bit since u r using 4 sticks of ram.

PLL set to e.g. 1.627 V and don't touch it while u test and change Vcore. If u cant get it stable at any Vcore than u change PLL and again test all Vcore values till u get it stable. This way it is easier to test. If u change everything at the same time u can't tell what is causing the BSOD cause those codes r not 100% accurate.

Who knows, maybe u need 1.7 pll to get it stable. But by increasing PLL u will need more Vcore.
Also u can try to increase ram voltage...it can help sometimes.
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I'm needing some help trying to get my 4.8Ghz stable..

So I upped my voltages till it stopped at BSOD101. (Offset +0.60 was my sweet spot)

Then I got error 124, so I increased my PLL voltage to the best voltage that got the best time till it crashed, which is currently at 1.6v

Now regarding PLL voltage, if I increase my PLL voltage and got a worst stability time in Prime95, that means the previous voltage was my sweet spot, correct?

Anyways, so I stopped at 1.6v for my PLL Voltage. Since I am running 4x4GB Sticks of ram @ stock CL9 and stock 1.5v, I increased my VTT voltage.

Now the problem - I increased my VTT voltage, which is at 1.090v. I increased it by one notch and got Error 101.. does that mean I should increase my CPU voltage now?

Should also note, my LLC is at Level 3.

Thanks

VTT/VCCIO and PLL voltages are tricky. VCCIO changes may never help you, and with PLL voltage you might have a sweet spot that can be totally hidden between two settings that cause instant BSOD's. On top of that, you may have several PLL voltages that all seem like sweet spots--just have to test them all. frown.gif
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4.8ghz on the new p95 v27.4
25 minutes short of 18 hours.
yeah the temps are high. yeah the vcore is high. pll is next so i can get both down. already have 1866 ram in sight. had it stable at 4.5clocks. damned cas doesnt like lower than 10 though.
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