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post #7071 of 7083 (permalink) Old 01-18-2019, 07:53 PM
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So your voltage under load is?
That's the problem. I suck at voltage tuning. I have zero experience. I only was taught how to do overclocking on stock volts. I could learn how it works but I never get any accurate information how to do this step by step to do proper voltage tuning. I have crappy mathematic skills lol. Nobody is perfect but we all can learn eventually. Which is why I am resorting for your help and guide what to do. I am running 4.4ghz stock clocks for a long time now but not even that long. Probably close to a year but barely. It's been months. So far no issues but I wonder if I do need voltage tuning at all. How do I know what voltage loads are? I have HWMonitor.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Marlene89 View Post
thanks for the reply, i have been trying for 44 and stopped at 1.265 because the blue screens i was getting was still ram related, ie QPI,VTT or ram voltage, im at a loss as to what to do lol, going to go back and try to see what Voltage i can get at 43, 42 to 44 went from 1.205 to 1.265 and that blue screened, thats a big jump isnt it?
Try dropping your RAM down to basic 1333mhz and see how high of an overclock you can get with that. Once you reach your max try increasing the RAM speeds until it goes unstable....This should give you an idea of what your CPU is capable of.

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Try dropping your RAM down to basic 1333mhz and see how high of an overclock you can get with that. Once you reach your max try increasing the RAM speeds until it goes unstable....This should give you an idea of what your CPU is capable of.
Should i adjust the timings to 9-9-9-9-24 aswell or just leave them as they are wrote on the ram Stickers?

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Should i adjust the timings to 9-9-9-9-24 aswell or just leave them as they are wrote on the ram Stickers?

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Try leaving them at the base... but you may or may not get better results either way. The only way to find out is to try.

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That's the problem. I suck at voltage tuning. I have zero experience. I only was taught how to do overclocking on stock volts. I could learn how it works but I never get any accurate information how to do this step by step to do proper voltage tuning. I have crappy mathematic skills lol. Nobody is perfect but we all can learn eventually. Which is why I am resorting for your help and guide what to do. I am running 4.4ghz stock clocks for a long time now but not even that long. Probably close to a year but barely. It's been months. So far no issues but I wonder if I do need voltage tuning at all. How do I know what voltage loads are? I have HWMonitor.

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You can use whatever monitoring programs and stress tests you like but he explains it pretty good and is the way you should be overclocking manually.

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Hello guys

I am trying to overclock my 3770k using offset mode.
I am able to get it stable with Prime95 at 4.5Ghz @1.32v (Offset +0.030) and 66C for the hottest core.
Cannot get it stable at 4.6Ghz even @1.344v...

I must say that either I am unlucky with my chip for requiring this much Vcore for 4.5Ghz or there are big mistakes in my bios settings.

Can you please advised on either bad luck or bad settings ?

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Ai Tweaker
Ai Overclock Tuner > XMP
XMP Profile > Profile #2 - 2399Mhz - 10.12.12.2 - 1.65v
BCLK > 100.0
ASUS MultiCore Enhancement > Enabled
Turbo Ratio > Manual (cannot change)
Ratio synchronizing Control > Enabled (cannot change)
Cores #1/ #2/ #3/ #4 > 45 (cannot change)
Internal PLL Overvoltage > Auto
CPU bus speed : DRAM speed ratio mode > Auto
Memory Frequency > DDR3-2400Mhz (set to 1866Mhz for overclocking tests)
EPU Power Saving Mode > Disabled
CPU Voltage > Offset Mode
Offset Mode Sign > +
CPU Offset Voltage > 0.030
DRAM Voltage > 1.65
VCCSA Voltage > Auto
CPU PLL Voltage > 1.80000
PCH Voltage > Auto
DRAM DATA/CTRL REF Voltage on CHA/CHB > Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum > Auto
BCLK Recovery > Auto

Ai Tweaker\CPU Power Management
CPU Ratio > 45
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology > Enabled
Turbo Mode > Enabled (cannot change)
Turbo Mode Parameters > Auto

Ai Tweaker\DIGI+ Power Control
CPU Load-Line Calibration > Ultra High
CPU Voltage Frequency > Manual
CPU Fixed Frequency > 350
CPU Power Phase Control > Opimized
CPU Power Duty Control > T.Probe
CPU Current Capability > 140%
CPU Power Thermal Control > 130
CPU Power Response Control > Auto
DRAM Current Capability > 100%
DRAM Voltage Frequency > Auto
DRAM Power Phase Control > Auto
DRAM Power Thermal Control > 110

Advanced\CPU Configuration
Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor > Enabled
Hyper-threading > Enabled
Active Processor Cores > All
Limit CPUID Maximum > Disabled
Execute Disable Bit > Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology > Disabled
Hardware Prefetcher > Enabled
Adjacent Cache Line Prefetch > Enabled

Advanced\CPU Configuration\CPU Power Management Configuration
CPU Ratio > 45
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology > Enabled
Turbo Mode > Enabled (cannot change)
CPU C1E > Enabled
CPU C3 Repport > Disabled
CPU C6 Report > Disabled
Package C State Support > Disabled

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MultiCore Enhancement should be Disabled, but I believe setting a manual core ratio does that anyway regardless of the setting. Have you tried 44?

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Hello guys

I am trying to overclock my 3770k using offset mode.
I am able to get it stable with Prime95 at 4.5Ghz @1.32v (Offset +0.030) and 66C for the hottest core.
Cannot get it stable at 4.6Ghz even @1.344v...

I must say that either I am unlucky with my chip for requiring this much Vcore for 4.5Ghz or there are big mistakes in my bios settings.

Can you please advised on either bad luck or bad settings ?

Thanks


My rig :
Spoiler!



My bios settings :
Spoiler!
Shouldn't CPU Spread Spectrum be disabled when overclocking? Shouldn't the other (name eludes me right now, brain fart) Spread Spectrum also be disabled?

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MultiCore Enhancement should be Disabled, but I believe setting a manual core ratio does that anyway regardless of the setting. Have you tried 44?
The description in the bios does not suggest that it is disabled by setting a manual core ratio.
I set that to disabled just in case.
Yes, I tried 44 and it was stable with similar temps close to 66C.


Quote: Originally Posted by Madmaxneo View Post
Shouldn't CPU Spread Spectrum be disabled when overclocking? Shouldn't the other (name eludes me right now, brain fart) Spread Spectrum also be disabled?
OK yes indeed according to the guide, CPU Spread Spectrum should be disabled. Also, BLCK recovery should also be disabled still according to the OP guide.


=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Updated settings with stable 4.5 @1.312v (offset +0.025) No change on temps still max ~66C for hotest core

Any opinions? Bad luck? Poor settings? Some people saying 4.6 @1.2v on Ivy "optimising" the truth ?

Ai Tweaker
Ai Overclock Tuner > XMP
XMP Profile > Profile #2 - 2399Mhz - 10.12.12.2 - 1.65v
BCLK > 100.0
*updated* ASUS MultiCore Enhancement > Disabled
Turbo Ratio > Manual (cannot change)
Ratio synchronizing Control > Enabled (cannot change)
Cores #1/ #2/ #3/ #4 > 45 (cannot change)
*updated* Internal PLL Overvoltage > Enabled
CPU bus speed : DRAM speed ratio mode > Auto
Memory Frequency > DDR3-2400Mhz (set to 1866Mhz for overclocking tests)
EPU Power Saving Mode > Disabled
CPU Voltage > Offset Mode
Offset Mode Sign > +
*updated* CPU Offset Voltage > 0.025
DRAM Voltage > 1.65
VCCSA Voltage > Auto
CPU PLL Voltage > 1.80000
PCH Voltage > Auto
DRAM DATA/CTRL REF Voltage on CHA/CHB > Auto
*updated* CPU Spread Spectrum > Disabled
*updated* BCLK Recovery > Disabled

Ai Tweaker\CPU Power Management
CPU Ratio > 45
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology > Enabled
Turbo Mode > Enabled (cannot change)
Turbo Mode Parameters > Auto

Ai Tweaker\DIGI+ Power Control
CPU Load-Line Calibration > Ultra High Tried "High" to reduce idle voltage but BSOD on startup
CPU Voltage Frequency > Manual
CPU Fixed Frequency > 350
CPU Power Phase Control > Opimized
CPU Power Duty Control > T.Probe
*updated* CPU Current Capability > 130%
CPU Power Thermal Control > 130
CPU Power Response Control > Auto
DRAM Current Capability > 100%
DRAM Voltage Frequency > Auto
DRAM Power Phase Control > Auto
DRAM Power Thermal Control > 110

Advanced\CPU Configuration
Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor > Enabled
Hyper-threading > Enabled
Active Processor Cores > All
Limit CPUID Maximum > Disabled
Execute Disable Bit > Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology > Disabled
Hardware Prefetcher > Enabled
Adjacent Cache Line Prefetch > Enabled

Advanced\CPU Configuration\CPU Power Management Configuration
CPU Ratio > 45
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology > Enabled
Turbo Mode > Enabled (cannot change)
CPU C1E > Enabled
CPU C3 Repport > Disabled
CPU C6 Report > Disabled
Package C State Support > Disabled

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The description in the bios does not suggest that it is disabled by setting a manual core ratio.
I set that to disabled just in case.
Yes, I tried 44 and it was stable with similar temps close to 66C.




OK yes indeed according to the guide, CPU Spread Spectrum should be disabled. Also, BLCK recovery should also be disabled still according to the OP guide.

Spoiler!
I remembered the other one. Ensure PCIE spread spectrum is also disabled.

I've been looking through the OC guide for my board and am researching a few things. If I find anything relevant I will let you know.

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