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14 Aug 2013   #371
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Just so you know Solar, mine needs 1.285V for my daily 4.6GHz OC.

I will update the leaderboards in a bit.


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14 Aug 2013   #372
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by paulpicks21 View Post
Just so you know Solar, mine needs 1.285V for my daily 4.6GHz OC.

I will update the leaderboards in a bit.
Paul,You know something I was figuring how Intel voltages work and you are spot on seems like I figured I can drop a little lower temps are excellent

I imagine the voltage match for me would be 1.275 for 4.6 stable 1.285 to 1.290 stable 4.7 I'm going to try it later but if my voltage match is correct I can hit this speed and still be under 80c or just on the rim of 80c
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14 Aug 2013   #373
kbrady1979

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

That's about what mine runs. 4.5-4.6GHz needs about 1.275-1.280 volts and the temps are really good. Mine is stable @ about 1.250v(4.5GHz) if I really get in there and tweak the settings, but I've since restored factory defaults and haven't spent the time to fine tune it yet. I'm guessing you are using an offset of about +.025-ish. Do you have SpeedStep technology enabled so it will throttle up and down as needed? I have some errands to run, but I promise I will take some screencaps of my BIOS and explain some of the things I've done. Mostly I've just followed that OC guide I sent you.
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14 Aug 2013   #374
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

I found the voltage increases become quite steep after 4.6GHz.

Also I run mine in offset mode Solar, to get 4.6GHz at 1.285V I set the offset voltage to +0.010

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14 Aug 2013   #375
kbrady1979

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

Also, you could drop your BCLK back down to 100MHz if you wanted. That BCLK affects CPU/RAM/PCI Express and unless you are squeezing the last bit of frequency out of it, it's not usually worth messing with.
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14 Aug 2013   #376
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979 View Post
Also, you could drop your BCLK back down to 100MHz if you wanted. That BCLK affects CPU/RAM/PCI Express and unless you are squeezing the last bit of frequency out of it, it's not usually worth messing with.
Yeah +1 to that! Stay away from BCLK, it's really not needed.
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14 Aug 2013   #377
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by paulpicks21 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979 View Post
Also, you could drop your BCLK back down to 100MHz if you wanted. That BCLK affects CPU/RAM/PCI Express and unless you are squeezing the last bit of frequency out of it, it's not usually worth messing with.
Yeah +1 to that! Stay away from BCLK, it's really not needed.

yeah I read messing with the BCLK doesn't do much for anything i'm not using an offset I am manually inputting it all in

I know it's Kooky but it's working for me then using the offset
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14 Aug 2013   #378
kbrady1979

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

OK, to figure out your offset voltage, take your manual voltage, for instance, 1.275, open up Core Temp and start stress testing it.....Prime 95, AIDA64, IBT, whatever. Notice your VID right below your frequency. While stressing, it may bounce around some but you want to watch it for a few minutes and note what the most common number is. Mine jumps from 1.2510-1.2660 but stays at 1.2660 most of the time. Subtract your VID from your STABLE manual voltage and that is what your offset needs to be. Note that it can be +/-. So, if your stable manual voltage is 1.2750 and your most common VID is say 1.2550 then your offset would be +.020. If your VID is larger than your stable manual voltage, you will end up with a - number, which is acceptable. Offset and "Auto" is a generic way of feeding it what voltage it thinks it needs, but that may be way too liberal. In a nutshell, using an offset is a way of overclocking and yet undervolting at the same time, which is great. You want to find your stable manual voltage first and foremost, then you can apply an offset so you aren't running max voltage for an overclock while idling at 1600MHz.
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14 Aug 2013   #379
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979 View Post
OK, to figure out your offset voltage, take your manual voltage, for instance, 1.275, open up Core Temp and start stress testing it.....Prime 95, AIDA64, IBT, whatever. Notice your VID right below your frequency. While stressing, it may bounce around some but you want to watch it for a few minutes and note what the most common number is. Mine jumps from 1.2510-1.2660 but stays at 1.2660 most of the time. Subtract your VID from your STABLE manual voltage and that is what your offset needs to be. Note that it can be +/-. So, if your stable manual voltage is 1.2750 and your most common VID is say 1.2550 then your offset would be +.020. If your VID is larger than your stable manual voltage, you will end up with a - number, which is acceptable. Offset and "Auto" is a generic way of feeding it what voltage it thinks it needs, but that may be way too liberal. In a nutshell, using an offset is a way of overclocking and yet undervolting at the same time, which is great. You want to find your stable manual voltage first and foremost, then you can apply an offset so you aren't running max voltage for an overclock while idling at 1600MHz.
ok I see what you mean dude I went 4.7 Ghz with that voltage and hell my guys was getting hot hot hot this has to be the wall I went way over


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14 Aug 2013   #380
Indianatone

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate and numerous virtual machines
 
 

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The TV is an LG 55LA6200 and is nice and has a great picture. I'm very happy with it. I've tried the PLEX server and it is really nice. I'm going to have to try to learn it. I'll eventually figure it out and get it set up the way I want it. We need a section on SF for smart TV's and HT PC computers for dinosaurs like me. But, to answer your questions, I should be building in the next few days depending on the Post Office's delivery schedule. You know how that is.
LG makes very good TV's. The have excellent pictures on them. One of the first things to do is turm off the auto sensor that fools with the picture settings when you are watching TV. Another good tip is to ensure you are not in SHOP or Demo mode which can be very annoying. There are 4 LG monitors in this house and an LG TV is high on the list when we need a new one. Plus I have been repairing TV's since 1975 until 2010 when I got my desk flying job and then went on disability. LG stands for Lucky Goldstar and Life's Good. LG bought out Zenith.
I wish I knew what you guys are talking about. In normal non gaming use do Intel chips thrash AMD or is it pretty much the same till you get into the upper CPU i7 top range chips. I have AMD systems apart from a PIII at 800Mhz from April 2000. Still runs XP. I am happy with my systems. Don't overclock, do light gaming and run virtual images and generally muck about with OS's to keep busy.
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