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Originally Posted by pc-illiterate View Post

all ive seen is "enable pll overvoltage if you cant boot into windows". at x48 is the usual multi to need the overvoltage to boot.

So if I can boot at 48x with no problems (this is my case), I do not need to enable PLL overvoltage? What does it do exactly anyway?

Also, is the a VRM Spread Spectrum setting for my board?
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Originally Posted by johnko1 View Post

What cooler are you using?
I'm finishing the prolimatech pk-2 and pk-3 review tomorrow.Seems that pk-3 is a really good tim smile.gif Tomorrow I'm going to stress the cpu with pk-3 installed to finish the review.So far pk-3's o/cked idle temps match the stock ones using the pk-2!!

Is the PK-3 a new TIM from Prolimatech? When was it released?
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

So if I can boot at 48x with no problems (this is my case), I do not need to enable PLL overvoltage? What does it do exactly anyway?
Also, is the a VRM Spread Spectrum setting for my board?
Is the PK-3 a new TIM from Prolimatech? When was it released?

This was an explanation of what pll overvoltage does, thought I've seen a better explanation somewhere but dunno where. http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2249001
It depends on the cpu, some might need it enabled to get to windows at 45x, others might not need it until booting at 54x.
    
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Have you considered making a watercooling loop?I did recently and I'm never going back.Pc is so quiet cool now smile.gif

Yeah, I did. But it's really expensive as far as I know. Maybe in near future. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Is the PK-3 a new TIM from Prolimatech? When was it released?

Yes it's the new one.I don't know if it has been released,prolimatech sent me review samples smile.gif
post #9355 of 10699
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

This was an explanation of what pll overvoltage does, thought I've seen a better explanation somewhere but dunno where. http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2249001
It depends on the cpu, some might need it enabled to get to windows at 45x, others might not need it until booting at 54x.

That link doesn't explain much frown.gif If you find that "better" explanation you were saying, I would appreciate it if you share me the link. Thanks man smile.gif
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Originally Posted by johnko1 View Post

Yes it's the new one.I don't know if it has been released,prolimatech sent me review samples smile.gif

Oh ok. How does it compare to the old PK-1?
Edited by kevindd992002 - 8/12/12 at 9:47am
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Oh ok. How does it compare to the old PK-1?

I don't know because I have never tested pk-1.But the results are promising,I'm going to open a new thread on other cooling section thumb.gif
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I don't know because I have never tested pk-1.But the results are promising,I'm going to open a new thread on other cooling section thumb.gif

Thanks man! Please post the thread link here when it is up smile.gif
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Thanks man! Please post the thread link here when it is up smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1293416/johnko1-user-review-prolimatech-pk-2-pk-3-thermal-compound-review
I was expecting more
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Can someone write all settings that should be written in customblend? I wanna try to see if its stable tongue.gif
I tried with one in a guide but after 5 min it flipped to lik 80000k and it became 10C hotter....

Plz write all settings, i got 16GB ram
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Originally Posted by iSw3de View Post

Can someone write all settings that should be written in customblend? I wanna try to see if its stable tongue.gif
I tried with one in a guide but after 5 min it flipped to lik 80000k and it became 10C hotter....

Plz write all settings, i got 16GB ram


There are several ways to use a custom test in P95 for varies purposes. If you want to test your voltage settings quickly you may want to run an individual test like 1344 or 1792 or 2688.

The example below shows how to run 1344 at the default 15 min per run with max memory Note: you can put anything you want here 60min or 30 min what ever you prefer. 

It's important to set the amount of memory to use I chose 5000mb because the 1600mb default is simply not enough to get a thorough test. Note I used 5000mb after opening Task Mgr/Performance tab and noting the amount of available memory. I leave a few hundred mega bytes for the OS to use while testing and use the rest.

 

Pic 1: the default screen you should see when opening P95

 

 

 

Next up Pic 2 shows how to test 1344 w/max mem

 

 

 

Pic 3 illustrates how to run a full round of test when you feel comfortable with you settings.

 

 

Note if tou have a non hyper threaded CPU there will only be 4 threads available but P95 should handle selecting the proper default for you when the program opens

 

Keep in mind to run a full circuit of test using P95 ver 27.7 it will take at least 18 hours or more. I recommend running 24 hours to be sure you are completely stable which has been the accepted norm since 1995 when using  P95 to stability test

 

Pic 4 illustrates how to run quickly P95 to see all available test from 27.7 look for when it begins to repeat the 1st iteration over again

 

 

FYI the list of all available test for P95 ver. 27.7 below

 

  1. [Aug 2 23:37] Self-test 448K passed!
  2. [Aug 2 23:38] Self-test 8K passed!
  3. [Aug 2 23:39] Self-test 512K passed!
  4. [Aug 2 23:40] Self-test 12K passed!
  5. [Aug 2 23:41] Self-test 576K passed!
  6. [Aug 2 23:42] Self-test 18K passed!
  7. [Aug 2 23:44] Self-test 672K passed!
  8. [Aug 2 23:45] Self-test 21K passed!
  9. [Aug 2 23:46] Self-test 768K passed!
  10. [Aug 2 23:47] Self-test 25K passed!
  11. [Aug 2 23:48] Self-test 864K passed!
  12. [Aug 2 23:49] Self-test 32K passed!
  13. [Aug 2 23:51] Self-test 960K passed!
  14. [Aug 2 23:52] Self-test 36K passed!
  15. [Aug 2 23:53] Self-test 1120K passed!
  16. [Aug 2 23:54] Self-test 48K passed!
  17. [Aug 2 23:55] Self-test 1200K passed!
  18. [Aug 2 23:57] Self-test 60K passed!
  19. [Aug 2 23:58] Self-test 1344K passed!
  20. [Aug 2 23:59] Self-test 72K passed!
  21. [Aug 3 00:00] Self-test 1536K passed!
  22. [Aug 3 00:01] Self-test 84K passed!
  23. [Aug 3 00:02] Self-test 1728K passed!
  24. [Aug 3 00:03] Self-test 100K passed!
  25. [Aug 3 00:04] Self-test 1920K passed!
  26. [Aug 3 00:05] Self-test 120K passed!
  27. [Aug 3 00:07] Self-test 2240K passed!
  28. [Aug 3 00:08] Self-test 140K passed!
  29. [Aug 3 00:09] Self-test 2400K passed!
  30. [Aug 3 00:10] Self-test 160K passed!
  31. [Aug 3 00:11] Self-test 2688K passed!
  32. [Aug 3 00:12] Self-test 192K passed!
  33. [Aug 3 00:13] Self-test 2880K passed!
  34. [Aug 3 00:15] Self-test 224K passed!
  35. [Aug 3 00:16] Self-test 3200K passed!
  36. [Aug 3 00:17] Self-test 256K passed!
  37. [Aug 3 00:18] Self-test 3456K passed!
  38. [Aug 3 00:19] Self-test 288K passed!
  39. [Aug 3 00:20] Self-test 3840K passed!
  40. [Aug 3 00:21] Self-test 336K passed!
  41. [Aug 3 00:22] Self-test 400K passed!
  42. [Aug 3 00:24] Self-test 480K passed!
  43. [Aug 3 00:25] Self-test 10K passed!
  44. [Aug 3 00:26] Self-test 560K passed!
  45. [Aug 3 00:27] Self-test 16K passed!
  46. [Aug 3 00:28] Self-test 640K passed!
  47. [Aug 3 00:29] Self-test 20K passed!
  48. [Aug 3 00:30] Self-test 720K passed!
  49. [Aug 3 00:32] Self-test 24K passed!
  50. [Aug 3 00:33] Self-test 800K passed!
  51. [Aug 3 00:34] Self-test 28K passed!
  52. [Aug 3 00:35] Self-test 896K passed!
  53. [Aug 3 00:36] Self-test 35K passed!
  54. [Aug 3 00:37] Self-test 1024K passed!
  55. [Aug 3 00:38] Self-test 40K passed!
  56. [Aug 3 00:40] Self-test 1152K passed!
  57. [Aug 3 00:41] Self-test 50K passed!
  58. [Aug 3 00:42] Self-test 1280K passed!
  59. [Aug 3 00:43] Self-test 64K passed!
  60. [Aug 3 00:44] Self-test 1440K passed!
  61. [Aug 3 00:45] Self-test 80K passed!
  62. [Aug 3 00:46] Self-test 1600K passed!
  63. [Aug 3 00:47] Self-test 96K passed!
  64. [Aug 3 00:49] Self-test 1792K passed!
  65. [Aug 3 00:50] Self-test 112K passed!
  66. [Aug 3 00:51] Self-test 2048K passed!
  67. [Aug 3 00:52] Self-test 128K passed!
  68. [Aug 3 00:53] Self-test 2304K passed!
  69. [Aug 3 00:54] Self-test 144K passed!
  70. [Aug 3 00:55] Self-test 2560K passed!
  71. [Aug 3 00:57] Self-test 168K passed!
  72. [Aug 3 00:58] Self-test 2800K passed!
  73. [Aug 3 00:59] Self-test 200K passed!
  74. [Aug 3 01:00] Self-test 3072K passed!
  75. [Aug 3 01:01] Self-test 240K passed!
  76. [Aug 3 01:02] Self-test 3360K passed!
  77. [Aug 3 01:03] Self-test 280K passed!
  78. [Aug 3 01:05] Self-test 3584K passed!
  79. [Aug 3 01:06] Self-test 320K passed!
  80. [Aug 3 01:07] Self-test 4000K passed!
  81. [Aug 3 01:08] Self-test 384K passed!
  82. [Aug 3 01:09] Self-test 4096K passed!

 

Time to complete 1:32:00 or 92 minutes

92/82=1.12 minutes per iteration

1.12*15=16.80 estimated time to complete an iteration when 15 minutes is selected

16.80*82=1377.6 estimated minutes to complete 82 iterations using 15 minute iteration length

1377.6/60=22.96 estimated hours to complete 82 iterations or 22:58:01

 

Conclusion: Expect the default torture test for Prime95 ver 27.7 to take 23 hrs to complete a full round of available test before it begins to repeat test over again.

 

Note: The iterations (in Red above) most commonly used as a precursor to a full run of Prime, 1344, 1792 & 2688 come at 23 min, 36 min & 74 min in to the 1 min per iteration testing. That translates in to 345 min, 540 min & 1100 min if you multiply by 15 to calculate estimated time at 15min iterations. That comes to  5:45:00, 9:00:00 & 18:30:00 respectively the amount of time it would take to reach each of those test.

Same as all processor, motherboard, memory, GPU combos and system setups vary in their ability to overclock and or produce bench results so too will your time vary to complete these test but there is a range of similarity that we’ve come to know with these combos, which means if your result vary widely for those published above you may have an issue that needs to be addressed. For example if you are taking 20 min or more to complete an iteration it’s likely you bench result will be low. This has been evidenced by folks with high overclocks producing bench results under what similar systems with with a lesser clock. I could go deeper into this aspect but it would be breaking from the scope of this post so I will let you draw your own conclusion on that matter for now.

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