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Burning in new build 3570k + Z77-UD5H

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Sasqui, Nov 18, 2012.

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    System specs are in the header of picture
     
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    I can get 4.5 for about 1.22, try 1.25 then go down from there if it's stable.
     
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    I had to look a second time :laugh:

    I was actually going to back off the voltage, like try for 1.2v at 4.4 and then try 4.5... we'll see still burning.

    Amazingly, surfing the web is FAST, here on the same sytem while the CPUs are all at 100% :toast:
     
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    If you still want to run the voltage on auto but want it to over-volt less then go into 3d power control under voltage settings and set pwm phase control to eXm Pref,vcore voltage response to fast and cpu loadline calibration to normal or standard(lol same option cloned?)they do the same thing.
     
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    Hi this is what i got, but when playing Skyrim the temps are nowhere near these
     

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    4.5Ghz, @ 1.25v in BIOS, Peak 72c, ran Prime95 OVERNIGHT.

    This seems to be the sweet spot under air, will try for 4.6Ghz tonight.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Looks like you got a better sample than me
     
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    It's looking good so far.

    I bumped VCore to 1.26 and it's running Prime95 at 4.6 Ghz at home right now. I hope to find it still running when I get home from work. I let it run for 1/2 hour before I left and temps were 73c max.
     
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    good results! And the cooler is noisy or quiet?
     
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    The only time I really heard the fan was the 4.4 Ghz on auto voltage run when it hit 80c, and was just a gentle rush of air sound. Other than that, it's been barely audible.
     
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    Tried to boot at 1.25v @ 4.5ghz like you did and it wasent even stable at bios,has to reset cmos to be able to do any thing again,you got a really good sample there or i got a really shitty one.
     
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    When I tried out of the box at 4.4, everything was set to auto including the voltage, I just changed the multi to 44. The auto setting bumped it up to 1.35v or so, the chip hit 80c in Prime 95, and I smelled hot electronics when I left and came back into the room.

    Try setting the voltage to 1.27 and speed at 4.2 ... re-boot and then go back into BIOS and set it to 4.4 or 4.5 see what happens.

    You're on BIOS F14?
     
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    4.6 Ghz

    1.275v (BIOS) Failed Prime95 at about the hour mark.
    1.285v (BIOS) Running for about an hour, max temp so far 75c

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    Hmm. Thoughts? What Prime95 are you running? 27.7 I hope....? EDIT: oops, saw in OP. ;)

    If yes, then you got a nice chip. temps seem a bit high for the voltage, but not for the clock.
     
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    I was hoping you'd jump in :) I'm not dissapointed so far!

    I still haven't put in the second 8Gb or RAM, nor set it to the 1T profile, wonder if that'll change things.

    Yep, this:

    [​IMG]
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    My chip sees 1.25 V at load at default clocks on multiple boards, if CPU-Z is right there and that's 1.25 V with droop, then you're doing really good, I think.


    What I'm really interested in, however, is how high-end ram clocks. I mean 2666 Mhz +, but I dunno that you'll get that high?

    2133 MHz, should be no problem with 4 sticks.


    Irun 2666 MHz with 4 sticks, and ZERO voltage adjustments. Perhaps MY IMC is good, but core sucks, and for you, IMC sucks, but core is good, but it should not matter at 2133 MHz.
     
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    This is ATM:

    [​IMG]

    Is command rate related to latency? Here's the profile I haven't tried yet, on the RIGHT:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Go go 5ghz 1.35v
     
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    I supect it'd boot... then crash. Taking this slow and easy, at least that's what she said.
     
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    Nice chip you have there! Those IB cpus will go quite high with lower voltages.
     
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    4.6 is still looking good ATM!
     
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    4.7 time
     
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    Here we go 1.3v ! :laugh:

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    Subbed! Just got the same board with a quad..yet to build though!
     
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