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@ Samwiches
Jealous of those chips haha

Lol very!

Thanks. (Not another chip, just another run.)

I do need something before IB is out on Sunday.. could borrow another 2500K from Fry's..
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1.35 ? That's for kiddies. biggrin.gif
biggrin.gif That was supposedly my max when I started OC a year ago before I got hooked.....


I failed...>.< I don't know how to post ASUS AI Suite results because it doesn't actually allow output as a separate image file and can only be displayed on screen. Plus i find it really hard to read as the scaling is pretty poor. But a general comment is that it didn't record any major spikes.

I know I said I'll have results but unfortunately ASUS software display simply aren't presentable. I'll do another run with HWMonitor to tonight. If I still don't see any spikes then I guess my mobo really does happily work under extreme LLC. I'll post those up for anyone who's interested.
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Oh Minecwafff. The voltages you require....

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Edited by SunTzu83 - 4/27/12 at 1:30am
post #8604 of 10699
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Thanks. (Not another chip, just another run.)
I do need something before IB is out on Sunday.. could borrow another 2500K from Fry's..

From what I've read IB generates a godforsaken amount of heat.
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post #8605 of 10699
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I used 1344, 1792, and 4096 for 1 hour each before going for the full 12+. I believe those are the hardest to pass through my reading. Also make sure you have your pc in "performance mode" to disable ALL the sleep states. If it goes to sleep while running prime, it won't wake up...

One hour each? A blend test only runs each FFT for 15 minutes doesn't it? Well I guess it's like, why did the Irish guy ware 2 condoms? "Ta be sure, ta be sure!". Also I have forgot to turn sleep mode off a couple times and the Prime95 either completely stomped on sleep modes face and didn't let it happen, or I managed to wake it just fine thumb.gif
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I'm at work now, running prime95 at home with ASUS AI Suite II as well as HW Monitor recording vcore. From what I can see so far, the ASUS software's readouts matches HWMonitor. (Been remotely looking at my desktop through my phone. The ASUS software however gives an extra decimal point of reading which I think is superior, problem is like you said, there aren't any lines in the graph which is an absolute design flaw...I'm still not catching any massive voltage spikes with extreme LLC though. I'll have to go home later and check the graphs to confirm this.
As for temps I'd really go for realtemp. since it always reports higher values than both ASUS AI Suite II and HWMonitor, to be on the safe side, if it passes realtemp I know I'll definitely have no problems. =P

I don't think you're gonna be able to tell much with the graph from AI Suite when it comes to the voltage. Well unless you get a ruler and measure out the distance between 1v and 2v then mark some lines inbetween on your screen lol... I see what you're saying but I'd rather just use accurate monitoring software that I can trust is giving good readings tongue.gif
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How did you come to that conclusion and what other monitoring tool did you use? RealTemp is actually about 3C hotter as far as readings go than HWMonitor, so I am surprised that it's "hotter". I still use it anyways because so far for voltages it has been accurate. It follows the same voltage changes with CPU-Z flawlessly. When CPU-Z reports a spike in a fraction of a second, HWMonitor will record that change.
I have also compared it to HWiNFO64 and the readings are pretty much spot on.
PS - Well that answers my question, just had to read a little more to get my answer. I should stop replying on a dime and read more, I get too excited, lol.
Well personally, I don't really trust motherboard utilities cause they are pretty shoddy and have a lot of design flaws, as where the programs I have mentioned are changing and tested all the time, because it's used on pretty much every motherboard out there. So flaws get fixed up pretty quickly. Motherboard utilities rarely, if ever get updated and have flaws fixed.
Also, you can use MSI AB's RTSS to show HWiNFO64 hardware reports during fullscreen gaming. But you have to run MSI AB and RTSS first, then go to HWiNFO64 sensors and click configure below. While browsing/selecting whatever hardware read, there is an option below that will have "Show" and "Label" and select both of them for each hardware read you want. While "Line" controls the spacing and location for each read you want. You can have multiple hardware reads on one line, if you prefer. Good to see what kind of load/temp/voltages certain games/applications will give you.
It's also advisable to disable any monitoring for whatever read you are not using. I have my polling/scan interval set up for 1000ms as well.
Just a helpful tip, if anyone cares.

HWmonitor always says the CPU is way hotter than any other software does. I'm talking like 20c difference! I used it on my Phenom 955 and it did the same thing. These things will happen though. I'm sure it works great for some people! I'm gonna give it another go later today and see if it works any better than last time. It would be very handy just to see what the maximum voltage spikes are if I feel it's giving good readings. I would install it now and try it out but I'm almost 13 hours into my custom blend test with no errors so I don't wanna mess about. The blend test would probably be over before I got it installed anyway considering how much rescources P95 is taking up lol. Thanks for the tip with that other monitoring software to thumb.gif

Just for reference regarding temps - The highest CPU temp that Asus AI Suite II has shown is 57c, Realtemp is giving 65c, 68c, 70c, 65c. HWmonitor would probably be close to 80c. It's ridiculous. Why such a big difference? Seeing as Asus made my motherboard I think I'm gonna trust their software to read the temps from it. It just seems like the logical thing to do... Also I have noticed something else that got me confused. My voltage is currently about 1.35-1.36 under full load. Now I do use offset voltage and C1E enabled. But the CPU doesn't get the "Idle command" when you're in the BIOS right? So it should be at full voltage in the BIOS? Mine sit's at around 1.1v in the BIOS. ***?
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338Right here's my submission. I did a 18 hour custom blend test. The only thing that's different from a standard Blend test is that a lot more memory is used as you can see from the picture. The only voltage that I adjusted was the Vcore. Everytime I looked during the test I never saw it at any voltage different to 1.352v or 1.360v (Edit: Apart from in this picture where I've just noticed there is a 1.358v lol!!).

Now the problem is: After I passed that blend test I shut down the computer and decided to turn off the TPU switch on the motherboard (which according to the manual just allows the motherboard to automatically overclock stuff). When I booted it back up I went into the BIOS to reload my overclock profile and proceeded to boot into Windows. But it just hangs at the loading screen with the Windows symbol and the black background. So I shut the computer down and turned the TPU switch back on, loaded my overclock profile but the problem still exists. So now I've had to go back to stock settings to get into Windows and post this. I don't get it! What the hell did that switch do!? That overclock was stable!! frown.gif 18 hours.............................................................................

Edit: Well, after many attempts at turning the TPU switch on and off, clearing the CMOS, entering settings manually and even flashing the BIOS lol.... I decided to try turning "Internal PLL Overvoltage" to Enabled. Even though I had this setting disabled before and it passed the stress test and booted fine, it now allows me to boot into Windows. Kinda strange. Now this means I'm gonna have to run the stress test again tonight dammit. I think i'll just go for a custom blend with 10 mins on each FFT this time so I can just do a 12 hour test. It sucked not being able to use my computer properly for 18 hours haha....

Munaim1 Edit:

Please use the OCN image attachment tool (icon to the left of the paperclip) smile.gif

Edit: Cheers Munaim1 thumb.gif I didn't know I could do that lol... 338
Edited by ET900 - 4/30/12 at 8:32am
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Can anyone chip in and help me understand why I freeze around 15 hours of blend with 90% of my ram? There is no bsod, I just freeze and that's all she wrote.
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Can anyone chip in and help me understand why I freeze around 15 hours of blend with 90% of my ram? There is no bsod, I just freeze and that's all she wrote.

Edit: I don't use a paging file and ms warns me 10 hours in that I need to free up some memory.

Edit:Edit: That was a epic fail edit sorry I'm tired, quoted instead of edit.
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Edit: I don't use a paging file and ms warns me 10 hours in that I need to free up some memory.
Edit:Edit: That was a epic fail edit sorry I'm tired, quoted instead of edit.

Try enabling the pagefile. Sorry I know that's an obvious answer but I'm pretty sure that the pagefile is needed for some programs. You could just try dedicating 1 or 2GB if you don't have much HDD space to spare. If it's not that, then it's probably gonna be whatever FFT comes in around that time. I could pass 20 minutes of 1344 but needed more voltage to pass 1792. After I passsed the 20 minutes on 1792 I got nearly 8 hours into a blend test with 98% total RAM usage until the 4th worker failed. So I tried 20 minutes of 2688 and it failed within seconds. Kept increasing Vcore until I could pass 20 minutes of 2688 and then I passed the 18 hour blend test with 98% total RAM usage straight after.

So that's the stuff I would try - Allow some Pagefile, and be able to pass 20 minutes of 1344, 1792 and 2688 FFT's. Good luck thumb.gif
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