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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDON3k View Post
    Oh, OK.

    So, to begin, just 'test' the Ratio by seeing if you can post / boot into windows. If this is possible, then then the Ratio is fine, and you can bumped it up again, and 'test' by posting/booting. If Post / Boot fails, you now now the max ratio.

    Note the voltages on the max successful post / boot, then set those manually, and begin to to the BLCK bump until it fails, bump vcore volt, test again, etc.

    Correct?
    correct! find max ratio that you can boot into windows keep doing this till you cannot boot into windows. When you see max then go to easy tune and write down Vcore volts used and set in bios. Now go back into windows with highest ratio you just found and run quick Intel test to see if that volts pass should be very low volts at beginning if it doesn't then up vcore in bios and run test again I do for quick test 10 passes 2048mb of memory. when I have the clock I want I run atleast 25-50 passes.

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    OK, my machine successfully boots into windows with a ratio of 31. 32 was hit-or-miss and 33 was a bluescreen after the splashscreen appeared.

    Here's my CPU-Z / Easy Tune:



    So now, I reboot and set all the voltage per what is shown in the voltage listings

    Then, I boot and when I run the Intel Burn In, and it bombs at 133/31, I up the vcore until it passes. Once it passes, I bump the BLCK and run again, and repeat.

    Correct?

  3. #113

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    You do not set all the voltages just the vcore! Nothing else!
    Leave everything else on AUTO but just monitor volts in easytune to make sure windows don't up voltages.

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    you should set dram voltage to 1.66 in the bios too,dont be scared it will use 1.648v in windows,yes but dont forget you may be needing more qpi/vtt voltage anything from 1.3v to 1.4v is safe to use
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    correct if you get bsod error 124 then up QPI/VTT but with memory and uncore to least amount you shouldn't really need to adjust this yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shauntx View Post
    You do not set all the voltages just the vcore! Nothing else!
    Leave everything else on AUTO but just monitor volts in easytune to make sure windows don't up voltages.
    OK, I understand. The other voltages don't come into play until you're attempting to time your memory, Correct?

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    BSOD Error codes and what they mean:
    0X00000050 << Incorrect Memory Timing/Freq or Uncore Multi
    0X00000124 << Incorrect QPI/Vtt Voltage (To Much/Not Enough)
    0X00000101 << Not enough Vcore Voltage
    0X00000109 << Not enough or too Much memory voltage
    0X0000001A << Memory Timming Incorrect (Maybe)

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    correct (in a way) with easy tune its going to pretty much give you an idea which voltages along with error you get (if you get one) that needs to be changed. Many times if Intel just stops then its your Vcore being to low. But for the most part leaving everything else on auto and QPI/VTT will not need to be change at all till you get bsod error 124.

    Also make sure you are using loose memory timmings till you reach your overclock and MONITOR TEMPS! I am not sure if you are using water cooled or not but if you get above 80 - 85c I wouldn't stress the chip any more. Remember that Intel Burn will heat up your chip about 7-8c more than prime. so if you are able to get 65-79c in intel burn then prime temps will be a piece of cake.
    Last edited by Shauntx; 08-31-2010 at 08:35 AM.

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    OK, just to pass at the starting ratio of 31/133, I have to bump vcore to 1.30625



    OK, I'm going to bump BLCK up two, and see what happens.

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    Correct! Now if intel burn stops with error just up the vcore 1 time till you successfully able to pass don't worry about uncore and max memory yet! Just keep a look on your QPI volts because I believe about 4.3ghz windows will automatically bump it up for you causing you to get bsod error 124 because its too high. If that is the case set it to 1.175v in bios and up 1 click as well till you no longer get error 124.

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