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Thread: Gigabyte UD3R i7 950 OC Help




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    Default Gigabyte UD3R i7 950 OC Help

    I am trying to get a stable 4.0ghz OC

    my specs
    i7 950
    gigabyte ud3r
    msi gtx 560 TI
    6gbs of corsair XMS3 (triple channel config)
    samsung 500gb f3
    corsair 750watt psu

    Right now I'm trying to get stable slightly under 4.0ghz. I can run LinX or IBT for about a pass and a half, then it stops giving me an error but it does NOT give me a BSOD.
    My settings were

    hyper threading and turbo mode off, all power savers OFF

    180x22
    qpi x36
    memory divider set to 6
    vcore 2.6
    qpi/vtt 1.31
    dram 1.64


    I just upped the vcore to 2.8 and qpi/vtt to 1.33 I'm going to try again but some help would be nice.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R i7 950 OC Help

    What vcore???????

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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R i7 950 OC Help

    i meant 1.26 sorry any help though?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R i7 950 OC Help

    It depends what BSOD you get, what's the BSOD code, if you don't remember you can look at the event log.
    Havinng full specs of your system in your signature will also help people to assist you.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R i7 950 OC Help

    Try with a 21x190,some cpus are more stable on odd/even multis,voltages look ok for 4ghz,set dram to 1.66v in BIOS for 1.648v in windows,if using 6x men multi set uncore freq to 17x
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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R i7 950 OC Help

    I think your vcore maybe set too low - my i950 needs 1.31 volts for stable 4ghz. Note that you may have to set your vcore bios setting slightly higher to all for voltage droop.

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