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thats ok, i did that too when i was learning to oc,
reset, and start over, takes a while to know all the settings in the bios, and what they all do,
at least for me it was ..lol
i think you where on the right track tho, looking at your settings above,
otherwise, if your afraid of damaging something, start with a lower oc, 4.3-4.4ghz?
learn there, if youre ready ,aim for a higher one smile.gif
i notice you have 16Gb ram, dont use the xmp profile for now,
first oc the cpu, then think about the ram settings, sometimes ram can make your oc unstable too,
using xmp profile that is..


I tried these as last try for awhile, till I read up on some stuff:
AI Overclock Tuner: Manual
BLK: 100
Turbo Ratio: By All Cores
By All Cores: 45
PLL Overvoltage: Disabled
Memory Freq: 1600Mhz
EPU Power Saving Mode: Disabled
--
Line: High
VRM Freq: Auto
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: T.Probe
CPU Current Capability: 120%
--
CPU Voltage: Offset Mode +
CPU Offset Voltage: 0.005
DRAM Voltage: 1.5
Rest: Auto


Tho first boot it froze on windows logo, on the other I got into windows without a freeze..
But I went back and changed to Default again (F5 Optimized settings)
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Originally Posted by Mejk View Post

I tried these as last try for awhile, till I read up on some stuff:
AI Overclock Tuner: Manual
BLK: 100
Turbo Ratio: By All Cores
By All Cores: 45
PLL Overvoltage: Disabled
Memory Freq: 1600Mhz
EPU Power Saving Mode: Disabled
--
Line: High
VRM Freq: Auto
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: T.Probe
CPU Current Capability: 120%
--
CPU Voltage: Offset Mode +
CPU Offset Voltage: 0.005
DRAM Voltage: 1.5
Rest: Auto


Tho first boot it froze on windows logo, on the other I got into windows without a freeze..
But I went back and changed to Default again (F5 Optimized settings)

dont be to alarmed about bsod or freezes, it happens when you start looking for your stable oc,
most of the time it just means your vcore is to low, and you need to up it a notch(0.005V)

edit,
i just noticed in the list youre using offset?
you have to start with a fixed vcore first, to find your stable vcore for any oc,
if its stable, and you know the vcore, you look at your VID during load and testing stability,
then its easy, vcore - vid = offset smile.gif

just follow the guides, and the peeps here will help you too, i dont have a Sandy Bridge so,
did you check the Asus thread? you have a Asus mobo right?
i have a Gigabyte mobo, so cant really help you with yours..
before i mess something up with you ...lol biggrin.gif
Edited by VonDutch - 1/24/13 at 1:39pm
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dont be to alarmed about bsod or freezes, it happens when you start looking for your stable oc,
most of the time it just means your vcore is to low, and you need to up it a notch(0.005V)

edit,
i just noticed in the list youre using offset?
you have to start with a fixed vcore fisrt, to find your stable vcore for any oc,
if its stable, and you know the vcore, you look at your VID during load and testing stability,
then its easy, vcore - vid = offset smile.gif

just follow the guides, and the peeps here will help you too, i dont have a Sandy Bridge so,
did you check the Asus thread? you have a Asus mobo right?
i have a Gigabyte mobo, so cant really help you with yours..
before i mess something up with you ...lol biggrin.gif

What vcore should I start with? I think 1.25v or something is the stock?
Guess i'll just go up 5 or something after each BSOD & Freeze, I read that 0x00000001 (might be more 0's) means that you need to increase the vcore.

edit:
I also got freezes with 1.35v, tho it could have been been caused by some other setting
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What vcore should I start with? I think 1.25v or something is the stock?
Guess i'll just go up 5 or something after each BSOD & Freeze, I read that 0x00000001 (might be more 0's) means that you need to increase the vcore.

edit:
I also got freezes with 1.35v, tho it could have been been caused by some other setting

There should be an option in BIOS to load optimized defaults; I think for Asus it will be F5, then F10 to save the changes. You should probably start there, just wipe the slate clean and start over.

I had a 2500K before my 2700K, and from what I remember it defaulted to about 1.21V in CPU-Z if it just booted up with defaults.

I think that a good place to start would be 75% LLC, then set C1E to Enable, and C3 and C6 to disable. If you have Turbo mode enabled, this should drop your clock speed down to 1600MHz at idle, and then with load it will clock up to (100Mhz) x (multiplier). My board defaulted to 37 out of the box, but you could probably pick anything from 33-42.

If your CPU is okay, you really shouldn't have to push anything too hard at these settings -- you really need to be starting with a low stable baseline first, and then moving upward slowly after that.

Additional point of clarification -- I wouldn't mess with 0% LLC until you're doing some long term stress testing, and at a time where you're pretty certain of your upper and lower Vcore limits. 75% is a good place to keep it while you're getting to that point.
Edited by stahlhart - 1/24/13 at 2:25pm
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you really should start your own thread asking for help
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I want to try and use offset instead of manual voltage but not sure how to do it and what settings I need to change on my P8Z68-V/GEN3?
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you really should start your own thread asking for help

But if we keep bumping this one, munaim1 might notice it, and update the list. smile.gif

Seriously, though, you're correct.
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I want to try and use offset instead of manual voltage but not sure how to do it and what settings I need to change on my P8Z68-V/GEN3?

Well, duh doh.gif I just noticed now that you have the same board as my wife's build -- hang on, let me get the manual.

Might want to start your own separate thread for this, Mackem... pc is right; we're getting OT here.
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Who pissed in your Cheerios this morning?

No one lol, he simply seems to be a bit off on what LLC does.

It reduces your VCore under load, mainly used to get higher idle volts if you get idle/low load blue screens.

LLC 1 and +0.01 offset could give same full load vcore as LLC 2 and +0.05, the latter would simply have higher idle voltage than the first option.
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No one lol, he simply seems to be a bit off on what LLC does.

It reduces your VCore under load, mainly used to get higher idle volts if you get idle/low load blue screens.

LLC 1 and +0.01 offset could give same full load vcore as LLC 2 and +0.05, the latter would simply have higher idle voltage than the first option.

your backwards. i gave examples in the other thread you posted this in.

less/lower llc = higher idle voltage and lower load voltage.
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