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Hey guys I'm just wondering something. Has anyone here found that they had to raise the Vcore to get their overclock stable, then lowered the Vcore so it is instable again, then made it stable by adjusting PLL &/or VCCIO/VTT? I'm asking becuase just raising the Vcore alone seems to make my overclock stable but I want to see if I can get the Vcore lower and didn't know if what I asked about would work...? Thanks.

I did that and reduced my offset by 0.05. biggrin.gif

Also I've done a HWMonitor recording overnight on my vcore at LLC extreme to see if I can spot any overshoots. Here is the result:
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Definitely nothing dangerous. Only thing I notice is that the average Vcore seems to be move up very slowly over time. However because HW Monitor rounds figure to 2 decimal points, it's impossible to tell by how much accurately. All and all, I do not see any dangers of using extreme LLC on my motherboard.
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post #8633 of 10593
Submitting a new submission. The previous one, i was using prime 95 25.1.1.0. In this one im using 27.6.0.0

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I know for my rig, I had to run 1344, 1792 and then 2688 for an hour each time. If I didn't get an immediate failure, then I would get it somewhere between minute 40 through 50. Maybe it's just my chip but that's how I got to my different Overclocks successfully. YMMV
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I did that and reduced my offset by 0.05. biggrin.gif
Also I've done a HWMonitor recording overnight on my vcore at LLC extreme to see if I can spot any overshoots. Here is the result:
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Definitely nothing dangerous. Only thing I notice is that the average Vcore seems to be move up very slowly over time. However because HW Monitor rounds figure to 2 decimal points, it's impossible to tell by how much accurately. All and all, I do not see any dangers of using extreme LLC on my motherboard.


That could've just been by chance though if you think about it. Especially considering it's such a small voltage difference. Still, good for you thumb.gif I'm gonna mess about with it also I think. That voltage fluctuation didn't look to bad at all. It's worse for me though :/

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@ET900
Im doing the same atm, but using the 20 min runs of 1344, 1792 and 2688 FFTs as a short cut before running 12+ hours. Just thought I'd mention it to save you some testing time. So far, my chip just wants the vcore lol

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I know for my rig, I had to run 1344, 1792 and then 2688 for an hour each time. If I didn't get an immediate failure, then I would get it somewhere between minute 40 through 50. Maybe it's just my chip but that's how I got to my different Overclocks successfully. YMMV

Yeh I always run those FFT's before the blend test thumb.gif I may start running them for longer than 20 minutes though. I suppoose it's a good idea considering they seem to be the most troublesome ones to pass...
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I run custom blend 1344, 1792 & 2688 for 30 minutes minimum before I do a full blown test that's 12 hours, or more. It's best to do this so you have more of a chance at passing the 12+ test. It's better to fail at those kinds of custom tests that are only an hour and a half long, rather than failing a 12+ test 8 hours into it than necessary.

Just going into the 12+ test blindly without trying the custom tests first, not only takes longer, but you will most likely have to re-test more than you would if you did the custom tests first.
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I run custom blend 1344, 1792 & 2688 for 30 minutes minimum before I do a full blown test that's 12 hours, or more. It's best to do this so you have more of a chance at passing the 12+ test. It's better to fail at those kinds of custom tests that are only an hour and a half long, rather than failing a 12+ test 8 hours into it than necessary.

Just going into the 12+ test blindly without trying the custom tests first, not only takes longer, but you will most likely have to re-test more than you would if you did the custom tests first.

Are you eventually going to hit all those tests in a 12 hour blend? Because I never did those but I did 12+ hours of blend.
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Are you eventually going to hit all those tests in a 12 hour blend? Because I never did those but I did 12+ hours of blend.

I am not sure you will hit all of them in 12 hours. The 2688 test is usually activated passed the 12 hour mark, I think it starts somewhere at the 14-17 hour mark. I could be wrong though so don't quote me on that.

Passing a 12 hour blend is pretty much the standard for stability, though some would argue that it's not enough and that a 17-24 hour test is required to be absolutely sure on stability, or basically do every single FFT test that Prime95 offers for a sufficient amount of time. I'm no expert, but this is the information I have gathered personally from reading guides and other peoples experience, etc.

If you're not doing anything majorly CPU extensive like folding etc, a 12 hour blend test is fine in my opinion for a mark of stability since Prime95 really stresses your CPU/System more than any real world application. For people who are folding fanatics however, they might want to push the limits and testing time for their chip to make sure that their folding process not only goes smoothly, but also that their chip doesn't make any errors, or corrupted information.

Once again, if my opinions, or information is invalid. Please let me know. smile.gif
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Are you eventually going to hit all those tests in a 12 hour blend? Because I never did those but I did 12+ hours of blend.

I am not sure you will hit all of them in 12 hours. The 2688 test is usually activated passed the 12 hour mark, I think it starts somewhere at the 14-17 hour mark. I could be wrong though so don't quote me on that.

Passing a 12 hour blend is pretty much the standard for stability, though some would argue that it's not enough and that a 17-24 hour test is required to be absolutely sure on stability, or basically do every single FFT test that Prime95 offers for a sufficient amount of time. I'm no expert, but this is the information I have gathered personally from reading guides and other peoples experience, etc.

If you're not doing anything majorly CPU extensive like folding etc, a 12 hour blend test is fine in my opinion for a mark of stability since Prime95 really stresses your CPU/System more than any real world application. For people who are folding fanatics however, they might want to push the limits and testing time for their chip to make sure that their folding process not only goes smoothly, but also that their chip doesn't make any errors, or corrupted information.

Once again, if my opinions, or information is invalid. Please let me know. smile.gif

I pretty much share the same opinion with you. No folding here. This is my third sandy bridge chip. And with all three after passing a 12+ hour blend I have never had any issues after like bsods etc.
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