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post #11 of 7083 (permalink) Old 08-08-2012, 05:45 AM
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i think my chip is bad frown.gif

1.35 - 1.36 for 4.8 is bad right

Mine's the same as that, don't think its too bad as some can't get that high OC.



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post #12 of 7083 (permalink) Old 08-08-2012, 07:02 AM
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I got a crash with +0.155 offset. Should I increase to +0.160 and try again?

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post #14 of 7083 (permalink) Old 08-08-2012, 04:51 PM
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I dunno if it is wise to advise to enable PLL overvoltage, it usually kills off sleep mode. I know it may be necessary for extreme overclocks (like over 4.8) but it may not be necessary for normal 24/7 overclocks in 4.5-4.7 range. Just a caveat emptor biggrin.gif
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I dunno if it is wise to advise to enable PLL overvoltage, it usually kills off sleep mode. I know it may be necessary for extreme overclocks (like over 4.8) but it may not be necessary for normal 24/7 overclocks in 4.5-4.7 range. Just a caveat emptor biggrin.gif

Ok, I'll put in a note if they want sleep mode keep it disabled. Thanks. smile.gif


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post #16 of 7083 (permalink) Old 08-09-2012, 07:35 AM
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i'm a little confused... when i have the voltage set to offset the BIOS doesn't let me set the vcore at all... and my CPU has been running prime95 for ten hours so far, max temp 79 and vcore in cpuz hovering between 1.312 and 1.320; is that bad? In coretemp it says 1.25.

I'm running this at 4.2ghz on a noctuah dh-14,

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post #17 of 7083 (permalink) Old 08-09-2012, 09:27 AM
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For 4.2 you might try fixed vcore w/o any adjustments, i.e. at stock volts, should be able to handle it.
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For 4.2 you might try fixed vcore w/o any adjustments, i.e. at stock volts, should be able to handle it.

with or without offset? by stock you mean auto?

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without offset, yes, on auto (at least it worked for me wink.gif )
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ok i'll try that.

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