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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    im very new to overclocking to so i dont know as much as you so you could help me because i dont know how to find some of the info you want

    my cpu cooler cooler master v10

    room temp here is about 70f to 75f

    i can see northbridge temp in pc health in bios but how do i get it at full load?

    all i use to watch temps is core temp it wont show northbridge will it?

    im not sure how to get what you want
    now im overclocked to 3.8
    clock=19x
    bclk=200
    vcore=1.32500v
    QPI=1.315v

    in bios pc health says at idle
    system temp 40c
    cpu temp 34c
    mch temp 43c

    tell me how to get the info you want

    thanks for the help

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    temps at 3.8 are 69c-74c did see 75c couple times

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    Quote Originally Posted by killer454 View Post
    im very new to overclocking to so i dont know as much as you so you could help me because i dont know how to find some of the info you want

    my cpu cooler cooler master v10

    room temp here is about 70f to 75f

    i can see northbridge temp in pc health in bios but how do i get it at full load?

    all i use to watch temps is core temp it wont show northbridge will it?

    im not sure how to get what you want
    now im overclocked to 3.8
    clock=19x
    bclk=200
    vcore=1.32500v
    QPI=1.315v

    in bios pc health says at idle
    system temp 40c
    cpu temp 34c
    mch temp 43c

    tell me how to get the info you want

    thanks for the help

    To check inside the Windows whats your NorthBridge temperature during full load, you need to use some software. I use the "Everest Ultimate". You can download it at:

    Lavalys - Comprehensive IT Security and Management

    Hope it can help...
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    now im overclocked to 3.8ghz

    clock =19x
    bclk=200
    vcore=1.32500
    QPI=1.315v

    im running a cooler master v10

    i dont know how to find northbridge temp at full load
    im new at this to

    all i use is coretemp

    in bios under pc health i read this for 3.8 oc
    system temp 40c
    cpu temp 34c
    mch temp 43c

    this is at idle

    where do i find the other temp you want

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    ok i ran it for 15min
    3.8 overclock

    temps
    i went to the statistics tab this is what it said

    is this good?
    temps min max
    motherboard 40 40
    cpu 31 45
    cpu1 46 75
    cpu 2 46 74
    cpu 3 44 73
    cpu4 44 74


    what is the motherboard temp measuring

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    Lsdmeasap,

    I've posted all the screens you asked. Could you check them and give me some advices to help me reach 4.0Ghz OC?


    Tks!
    I7 920 (C0/C1) @ 3,5Ghz
    Vcore 1,25625V / VTT 1,320V / Vram 1,60V
    Zalman CNPS9900
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    (3x) Seagate 250GB @ Raid0
    COSMOS 1000 (7x 120mm fans)
    Huntkey TITAN HK650 52PEP
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    Did you load optimized defaults yet since I asked you to do so? If so, please give me the settings you have tried that fail and I can advise back.

    I can give you suggestions, but you will need to try a few things by yourself as all CPU's are different and I cannot guess what voltages yours may need

    I really do need a link to your ram as well, sorry to prolong this again but I thought I could find it from the info # you provided but I cannot

    *WAIT* I am editing this to comment about NB Temps and apps

    Can you post me a image of your PC Health section? I just wondered as you should see MCH Temps there, if you do then they should be present in Easytune and or Everest. Maybe this model of board does not contain the MCH Sensor since it is a cheaper model?

    Motherboard/System temp is NOT the MCH in X58. And that temp does not even look to be close to any X58 MCH Temp I have seen, so I do believe that it is not as close to the NB as that same named sensor was in P45. But, I could be wrong as I have never looked at a stock Temp So it may be about right. I know at 4Ghz or close to the temps I always see are 54-65 depending on IOH Voltage
    Last edited by Lsdmeasap; 04-20-2009 at 12:07 PM.

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Did you load optimized defaults yet since I asked you to do so? If so, please give me the settings you have tried that fail and I can advise back.

    I can give you suggestions, but you will need to try a few things by yourself as all CPU's are different and I cannot guess what voltages yours may need

    I really do need a link to your ram as well, sorry to prolong this again but I thought I could find it from the info # you provided but I cannot

    *WAIT* I am editing this to comment about NB Temps and apps

    Can you post me a image of your PC Health section? I just wondered as you should see MCH Temps there, if you do then they should be present in Easytune and or Everest. Maybe this model of board does not contain the MCH Sensor since it is a cheaper model?

    Motherboard/System temp is NOT the MCH in X58. And that temp does not even look to be close to any X58 MCH Temp I have seen, so I do believe that it is not as close to the NB as that same named sensor was in P45. But, I could be wrong as I have never looked at a stock Temp So it may be about right. I know at 4Ghz or close to the temps I always see are 54-65 depending on IOH Voltage
    I did load optimized defaults and followed everything you said. My mobo (x58-ud3r) also has the MCH (NorthBridge) sensor. Now, with an OC of 3.5Ghz, it's temp is about 46/55C (idle/load). My core temps during load are about 70-75C (in Rio de Janeiro the ambient temps are a bit high -almost 30C during the day).

    These are the printscreens you asked me to take after loading optimized defauts and setting my OC back:










    1) What is the next step?

    2) I'd also like to know why some "Powr On" voltages (2 image) are higher than "Target" voltages?

    3) In Bios we have an option to set 32bits or 64bits system. I use windows vista 64 but my bios is set to 32bits. What would it change if i set it in bios to 64bit?


    These are my temps in Everest 'during full load' (at night and with air conditioning on => about 18-20C):

    Last edited by Socrates; 04-20-2009 at 02:11 PM.
    I7 920 (C0/C1) @ 3,5Ghz
    Vcore 1,25625V / VTT 1,320V / Vram 1,60V
    Zalman CNPS9900
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    (3x) 2Gb Markvision DDR3 1333
    (3x) Seagate 250GB @ Raid0
    COSMOS 1000 (7x 120mm fans)
    Huntkey TITAN HK650 52PEP
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    Next step is up to you, do you want to try higher with the cooler you have now? Sounds like your load temps are pushing it pretty warm already.

    Is that the latest Easytune? If not install the latest >>
    Version B09.0417.1
    GIGABYTE - Support&Download - Motherboard - Utility

    What happens with Easytune is two things normally. One is the "Power ON' voltages/settings, ect are always what was set when you install each version. Or two, if you make changes (Sometimes if not as well) you can open easytune and close it and re-open it and then it will be correct.

    Just software issues I guess? Look at mine now, from moving a Vista install from X58 back to a P45 board (Shows X58 965 CPU Blcks and current Xeon FSB Settings) >>



    32bit HPET is the default setting for that, just change it to x64 if you use x64 OS. Nothing will happen, and that is the correct setting for x64

    You have to give me a link to your memory, so I can advise you about 4Ghz settings if you want to try to get 4Ghz

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD3R + (I7 920) OVERCLOCK Help

    I edited my last post with updated images. You'll find all my memory settings there now (and other infos).

    I only wish to reach 4.0Ghz OC. I think the best combination for me is to set 191x21 = 4.0Ghz.

    My difficulty is regarding the voltages. I don't know which one i should increase (i've been doing my OCs with auto settings so far). If you just give me some advices about the voltages i need to set higher in each ocasion, i think i'll be able to do the rest myself.

    About my loading temps, i believe it's close to the other ppl in this forum that don't use water cooler. Could you tell me what are your temps during idle and full load (i've noted that you use water cooling)?

    These are my Idle temps now (don't think they're that bad):



    Tks!
    Last edited by Socrates; 04-20-2009 at 02:48 PM.
    I7 920 (C0/C1) @ 3,5Ghz
    Vcore 1,25625V / VTT 1,320V / Vram 1,60V
    Zalman CNPS9900
    Gigabyte X58-UD3R
    (F7)
    (2x) Zotac GTS 250 @ SLI
    (3x) 2Gb Markvision DDR3 1333
    (3x) Seagate 250GB @ Raid0
    COSMOS 1000 (7x 120mm fans)
    Huntkey TITAN HK650 52PEP
    Samsung 19'' Wide (931bw)

    http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/643803.png

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