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post #11 of 18
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DRAM CH0 tRD and DRAM CH1 tRD ware sett to 11-11 with auto.
I set it to 8-8 at first. The PC won't boot
I set it to 10-10 the PC started,... OC still instable.
I set the NB at 1.3v with 1.25VTT OC still instable.
I set the RAM settings(timings) on auto (7-5-7-24-56-9-4-4 2T) with 2.2v
I set the vcore at 1.5
OC still gets intelburntest "test not passed" frown.gif
And i still don't have any command rate option in bios to set 2t manually.
I'm starting to think about reinstalling my old MB Asus P5NE-SLI 650i SLI chipset that OCed beautifully. Too bad it has PCI express x16 1.0 frown.gif Will that hold back alot of my 560 ti?
post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by cristih;12841004 
DRAM CH0 tRD and DRAM CH1 tRD ware sett to 11-11 with auto.
I set it to 8-8 at first. The PC won't boot
I set it to 10-10 the PC started,... OC still instable.
I set the NB at 1.3v with 1.25VTT OC still instable.
I set the RAM settings(timings) on auto (7-5-7-24-56-9-4-4 2T) with 2.2v
I set the vcore at 1.5
OC still gets intelburntest "test not passed" frown.gif
And i still don't have any command rate option in bios to set 2t manually.
I'm starting to think about reinstalling my old MB Asus P5NE-SLI 650i SLI chipset that OCed beautifully. Too bad it has PCI express x16 1.0 frown.gif Will that hold back alot of my 560 ti?

I think I see your problem. If you ran your CPU at 1.425v in the P5N-E SLI with the pencil mod you would get 1.4v + under full load?

You'll have to compensate for the V-drop in the AsRock board to be stable. Just try upping volts until you're stable. Monitor the volts when you run IBT. You probably need 1.35v + at full load.

Personally I find that IBT is a piece of crap for stability testing. It mostly heats up the CPU to ridiculous levels. I've seen many times, that even if stable in IBT, Prime95 small FFTs and Blend will give Error.

Use Prime95 Blend and run it for at least 6 hours. And also run Prime95 small FFT's for 6 hours. Your temps will be better, and V-drop lesser VS IBT. And you're testing stability, not trying to fry your CPU with that IBT crap. Forget about that prog. wink.gif
    
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post #13 of 18
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i ran with the pencil mode at 1.35v in bios (1.4v in windows everest) the stable oc in the ASUS I used 1.425 just to be kinda' shure biggrin.gif
prime doesn't get me any BS/errors but IBT does frown.gif I use it cause it's faster smile.gif
post #14 of 18
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i ran with the pencil mode at 1.35v in bios (1.4v in windows everest) the stable oc in the ASUS I used 1.425 just to be kinda' shure biggrin.gif
prime doesn't get me any BS/errors but IBT does frown.gif I use it cause it's faster smile.gif

Only reason IBT is giving you errors and not Prime95 are because IBT drops V-core lower than Prime95. Try and compensate by giving Prime95 lesser volts on load, so that it has same load volts as IBT. Prime95 will fail.

If Prime95 do not fail, just forget about IBT, no app or game will ever drop your V-core to the levels IBT does. At the same Load V-core, Prime95 does better stability testing.
    
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post #15 of 18
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Well, the only problem i have with my OC is the IBT one.
No game or app gived me any Blue screens or freezez.
I'm gaming just fine, and i do it alot biggrin.gif
I'm just mad cause i wanted a 100% shure stable OC,... reason? I would like to try 400*9
But I won't do it , at least not for now.
As for the upgrade to q8400 or q9xxx ... an AMD 4x/6x+MB sounds more cheap and has stock the clocks that i would get with Intel only by OCing.
post #16 of 18
As I've said, your failing IBT ONLY because it's dropping v-core more under load VS Prime95. As I've also said, try to decrease volts in bios so that Prime95 small FFT's have the same Load volts as IBT. Prime95 will also fail if you do that.

As I've also said, at the same load volts, Prime95 is detecting errors faster then IBT. IBT is mostly good for heating the CPU up to unrealistic levels, and are not e very good stability test.

If your Prime95 small FFT's and Blend stable, you are 100% stable in everything else. Prime95 small FFT's will run 10c hotter than any game you use. Blend is the combined test of every FFT.

I too used IBT for long, but have found lately that it's useless as a real stability test.
    
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post #17 of 18
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For now i got at 350*9 @3150 (RAM 440Mhz)
with 4-4-4-12
full stable orthos and IBT
i use:
1.4v cpu
2.2v ram
NB 1.3v
VTT 1.3v
PLL 1.58v
I used those to be shure
Now i'll try to lower those V untill the lowest stable on this board
I did also 375*9 with ram at 900Mhz with 5-7-7-24-56-9-4-4-4 but i got no performance improvement in games and also it wasn't fully stable , so it's no use for it, i'll stop at 3150 for now
I noticed that the bios is setting automaticly the DRAM CH0 tRD and DRAM CH1 tRD to 10
Dam i hope nvidia will make intel boards again, i hate intel chipsets
I'm still thinking to reinstal my old mobo, would that pci express x16 1.0 noticeable in games versus this asrock pci express x16 2.0 ? or i'll just lose 5-6 fps?
post #18 of 18
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final settings:
turned back to Asus P5Ne SLI and never buy asrock again wink.gif
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