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    So I have a i7 950 on my Asus Rampage II Extreme, and overclocked it from 3.07 to 3.87. I'm not sure how stabile it is, and I want to test it with some programs. I would also love to hear others settings for this cpu, or alternatively the 920.

    And please give an informative list of everything you changed from "auto" rather then posting the GHz and a random volt.

    My ram went up from 7.6 to 7.9, but my CPU did not change at all (7.6) it actually went down to 7.5 with HT off. I will not need HT with my use, but I just want to have the highest scores possible

    I am rather new to overclocking, so please keep it simple with me:rolleyes:

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    Hey there...
    Most people use Prime95, Intellburn, or OCCT to test stability. Me i think having it run for 24 hours is a little excessive and Ive found that if its going to crash itll do it within the first hour. So 1 hour is what i shoot for withh Prime95 on blend. But its quite stressful and hard to get stable at high overclocks so thats why i think people use other ones. You wont have a problem though....
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    My ram went up from 7.6 to 7.9, but my CPU did not change at all (7.6) it actually went down to 7.5
    Not too sure what you mean here but maybe its cuz im a noob at all this high tech stuff. Lots of super smart guys on here though who can help more...
    Good luck bud..

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    Hello and welcome to PureOC.First download Realtemp and Prime95 and run a prime blend test while monitoring your temperatures with realtemp and try not to get pass 75'c leaving 5'c till 80'c for the hotter days.I believe with your cooler you can overclock till 4ghz with HT on.If you get blue screen try higher voltage and test again.If it is stable for like an hour you can start lowering vcore and test again to find the lowest possible voltage for your current overclock.If you find your ideal voltage you can run longer tests for achieving ultra stability.If you dont overclock rams and wont go pass 4ghz i dont think you will actually need to tweak other voltages than vcore or cpu vtt but i dont really know your motherboard and its configurations i have the classified board which is a bit different.

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    Ah, well what I meant was that my windows score on the ram went from 7.6 to 7.9, and my cpu went from 7.6 to 7.5 - until I turned on HT and got 7.6 windows score again.

    Ok, so I am using a prog to see my temps, and I also run the Prime95. I do not understand the Prime95 at all, but if I understand correctly I will just get a bluescreen if my system is not correctly overclocked?

    Also, is there any other programs I should use after testing with Prime95? By the way, my highest temp already hit 79 degrees celcius, but I doubt it will get that much hotter in the summer. I will attempt to hit 4GHz later, and keep the same voltage as now Well this is the settings I followed from another forum, not sure if I am allowed to post other forum adresses so I'll just copy over the settings he used:

    AI overclock - manual
    OC from CPU level up - auto
    OC from Memory level up - auto
    CPU Ratio setting - auto
    CPU configuration auto
    CPU Ratio Setting - auto
    C1E Support - disable
    Hardware prefetcher - enable
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    Execute Disabled bit - disabled
    Intel HT Technology - enable
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    A20M - disabled
    Intel Speedstep tech - enable
    Intel Turbo Mode tech - enable
    Intel C-STATE tech - disabled

    BCLK frequency - 175
    PCIE frequency - 100
    DRAM frequency - DDR3 1403MHz
    UCLK frequency - auto
    QPI frequency - auto or
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    3rd information - auto

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    Current voltage 1.455 1.812 1.376
    Cpu voltage - 1.44375
    CPU PLL voltage - auto
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    Current voltage 1.131v - 1.508v - 1.111v - 1.508v
    IOH voltage - auto
    IOH PCIE voltage - auto
    ICH voltage- auto
    ICH PCIE voltage - auto

    Current voltage 1.64-68
    DRAM Bus voltage - 1.65681
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    Debug mode - string
    Keyboard TeakIt comtrol -disabled

    CPU spread spectrum - disabled
    PCIE spectrum - disabled
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    Is that a bad thing to copy for system setup?

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    So I did 5.5 hours with Prime95 and got 85 degrees at max. My core voltage is 1.4, and I can turn HT off as none of my applications uses it. I only play games like Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, Crysis, GTA4, Dragon Age and some less requiring games.

    Should I use a lower voltage, and should I post all my settings maybe? If anyone cares about reading and guiding me that is

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    1.4 is way high for a D0 chip on 3.8ghz overclock.I was running my 950 with 1.26 on 4ghz and now on 1.36 on 4.4ghz.You should lower your cpu voltage thats why you having high temperatures.

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    So I did a new overclock setup, and I believe this one should be better. I changed all back to default, and made only these changes to the system:

    CPU: 4.009 GHz
    CPU Volt: 1.26875
    Turbo Mode: Disabled

    I got the cpu frequency by changing the BLCK to 174, would this be the correct way to OC?

    I am still to do the Prime95 test along with CoreTemp64. Still, should I check for something in the Prime95, or just check my max temperature?

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    With stress testers, there's nothing to watch. It'll run till it crashes or you cancel it. At this point, just keep an eye on temps.

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    Let me have a guess... I get a bluescreen streight away if my setup is bad? Well I have got like 10 bluescreens at least since I did quite some OC's, and I bet my windows went soviet corrupt after the first attempt... Perhaps I should reinstall windows to make the OS more stabile?

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    Damn, are you sure it's corrupted?

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    Ok, so I did a clean install yesterday until 2 at night. Got about three hours to sleep, and I cant wait to get home from work and do the stress testing

    By the way, I would not have to install any drivers to stress test, would I?

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    Ok, so the oc setup does not work at all... Any tip you guys got for me?

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    Ok, I figured out I forgot to set the multiplier to 24, and got it stabile for alnost one hour by lowering the bclk. 1.3 was a too low voltage, and I rised to 1.38... having it on auto makes it somewhere above 1.4 so I believe I will have to keep close to that. I will post the results later

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    heya... thought id add to not forget to have your uncore 2x your mem multi. ive made that mistake a few times and it wont run at all. also ive found 1.18 to be my sweet spot for the ioh core. anything else is unstable at higher ocs. and for me the qpivtt should be similar but not higher to the vcore. hope that helps.
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    Welcome to the forum Nobody.

    Here are my settings for a very stable 4.0 GHz Overclock with Turbo and Hyperthreading enabled.





    be sure to stress test and watch the temps on the individual cores do not exceed about 75 degrees.

    Good luck.

    Oh ya have a look at this thread for some great advice and tips!
    Core i7 4Ghz Club & Overclocking Guide
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    That did so not work with my build I just wish I knew why it does not want to go lower then 1.4 volt...

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