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    Default Re: +200 BCLK GA-X58 ud5

    thanks and sorry. I will use the template in my new posts.

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    Default Re: +200 BCLK GA-X58 ud5

    It's cool, no worries.

    It's just easier for us to see all the relevant settings and help you that way.

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    To the OP: how did this go? were you ever able to break the 200bclk barrier?

    For the record I have the exact same problem... x21 multi with <200 bclk yields stable config... >200 bclk even with lower cpu and ram multi fails.

    I am using F9k as well but had the same problem before upgrading bios.

    I wonder if there are a batch of UD5's that have this issue?

    the CPU is a D0 and has been shown to be stable at derived clock >4.1Ghz

    but not when bclk >200

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    Default Re: +200 BCLK GA-X58 ud5

    Wrong thread . Sorry
    Can a Mod please delete my post
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    Quote Originally Posted by zram View Post
    To the OP: how did this go? were you ever able to break the 200bclk barrier?

    For the record I have the exact same problem... x21 multi with <200 bclk yields stable config... >200 bclk even with lower cpu and ram multi fails.

    I am using F9k as well but had the same problem before upgrading bios.

    I wonder if there are a batch of UD5's that have this issue?

    the CPU is a D0 and has been shown to be stable at derived clock >4.1Ghz

    but not when bclk >200
    you should be able to clock past 200bclk i can without issues,just keep trying with voltages ect

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    Default Re: +200 BCLK GA-X58 ud5

    thanks for the encouragement... i do intend to keep trying - but...

    the fact that it is not working, in a very similar way, for several people - even with settings identical to yours does raise the possibility of a MB flaw.

    unfortunately there are so many other variables too

    amount of RAM and and supported timings, CPU batch, bios version, etc... MB batch is certainly one of these variables too that could be the problem.

    I have carefully read this thread and dozens of others (thank you and lsd) and understand much from the experiments of others about what *should* work - it is just not working here.

    I suppose eventually I should try to content myself that I am able to get 3.99Ghz with bclk 190 x 21 Vcore 1.28-1.3 . just can't seem to let it go though since my temps are so good at this level (thankyou megahalem shadow).


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    i have a b batch chip but i wouldnt say its that thats restricting you,you could always ebay your mb and try a new one? or wait till the newer faster usb3/sata3 ud5a boards come out or wait till the gulftown chips arrive....thats if the 200+bclk bothers you that much
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    Well - I am going to call it quits... plenty of configs with 200+ bclk but none that are stable... and even then seem to require outrageous QPI/VTT.. I swapped in new PSU which helped (5 v rail was sagging down on my puny 600W OCZ ModXstream) and relaxed memory timings QPI/Uncore multi's... and tweaked advanced dram settings to finally get it to behave. The limiting issues seem to me at this point my 12gb of ram and a possible weak IMC. (brw, Gigabyte says in the mem chart that they do not support 1600 with 6 sticks...) at least I can't make it happen with these TR3X6G1600C8Gs.

    so I am settling for 4.11Ghz 21x196 Vcore 1.31 (as reported), IOH 1.22, QPI/Vtt 1.555, CPU PLL 1.9, QPI PLL 1.3 ICH 1.22

    QPI x36 uncore x14

    mem x6

    777-20-1 timing (with major adv. dram timing tweaks)

    max temps (mprime) coming in low to mid 70s (68-76)...

    oops - just as I was writing this it croaked during a loooooong mprime run.

    rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    seem to be *very* close though

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    Default Re: +200 BCLK GA-X58 ud5

    ok... have now loosened timings once again to 8-8-8-22-1... a touch more QPI PLL 1.34 ... a dash of IOH 1.28 - stir in some Vcore 1.33... bake in prime95 until done...

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    ... that did it. overnight run rock solid. I think I am done (please no more tweaking).

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