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    Default QPI/VTT Voltage

    YO ppl! how ru?

    01-13-2012 QPI/VTT Voltage matrix.

    I've reached the end of Procrastination Road.

    Because due to a new pair of vid cards, I need to finally set my QPI/VTT Voltage.

    Problem 1: Can't successfully set QPI/VTT Voltage.


    • Tried: QPI/VTT Voltages 1.395v,1.415v,1.435v,1.455v and 1.475v. (I'm too chicken to go higher.)
    • All ^^ resulted in CTD, BSOD, having to reload BIOS, spontaneous restarts, etc.


    Problem 2: Don't know what to set vCore voltage to.


    • It has always been set to Auto. Problem 1 would maybe be resolved if I manually set vCore, right? And QPI/VTT Voltages 1.435v or 1.455v would work, right?


    Note: All i have ever had to do with this rig is:

    • Load Optimal defaults Save and Exit
    • Set CPU multiplier so i get between 3.8GHz and 4.0GHz
    • Load my memory's only SPD Profile
    • (I LUV THIS RIG!)


    My PC has been great for almost three years.

    tytytytytytytytyty
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    > HSF:
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    > Physical Memory :
    >>>Original RAM (2011-01) : G.SKILL 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Model F3-12800CL9T-6GBNQ
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    Default Re: QPI/VTT Voltage

    it depends on each chip,but roughly 1.35 cpuv for 4ghz,and 12gb of ram could need between 1.35v-1.4v qpi/vtt maybe more
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    Default Re: QPI/VTT Voltage

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    it depends on each chip,but roughly 1.35 cpuv for 4ghz,and 12gb of ram could need between 1.35v-1.4v qpi/vtt maybe more
    k

    i will try that now and let u let know how it goes. brb

    ty :)

    Oh, and when vCore like now is set to "Auto", CPUID Hardware Manager shows vCore 1.38v.

    So i'll attempt 1.35 like u said. and out of curiosity see wat CPUID Hardware Manager shows.

    and if seems stable enough, after a few tests i'll also attempt qpi/vtt voltages too.

    Edit 1: PC seems AOK with vCore 1.35000v. But CPUIDHWM shows vCore 1.33v. (But going back into BIOS resulted in it not loaded properly. So i'm going to try the next highest voltage.)

    Edit 2: 1.35625v. HWM shows 1.33v and 1.34v.

    Edit 3: 1.36250v. HWM shows 1.33v and 1.34v.

    Edit 4: 1.36875v. HWM shows 1.34v.

    Edit 5: 1.37500v. HWM shows 1.34v and 1.36v.
    idk wat i'm doing. so pretty soon i'll set it back to "Auto" until i here from u, wazza300.
    is 1.37500v too high?
    if not, wat is too high?

    Edit 6: 1.38125v. HWM shows 1.36v.
    i still don't understand why "Auto" results in HWM showing 1.38v. But 1.38125 results in HWM showing 1.36v.

    Edit 7: 1.38750v. HWM shows 1.36v and 1.38v.
    i'll try setting qpi/vtt between 1.35v-1.4v pretty soon.
    is 1.38750v too high?
    if not, wat is too high?

    Edit 8: 1.39375v. HWM shows 1.38v.
    temperatures are fine.
    Temperatures seem much lower than when on "Auto", but i bet it's because of the cool winter weather.
    Valley benchmark runs stable.
    Played Crysis for one hour with Vid card +91GPU +600MEM.

    Edit 9: Ran it all night at, 1.39375v. HWM shows 1.38v.
    PC can go in and out of Sleep mode. temperatures are fine. everything seems stable.
    Maybe i don't need to adjust qpi/vtt and can leave it on "Auto" like qpi/vtt has always has been.
    If Crysis 3 can run for 10+ minuets (and as long as i want) without a random restart like it did last week, then that should be proof. (remember, i suspect that new 760-SLI vid cards are why i may need to finally set CPUv, for the 1st time in the life of this PC; and why i may need to also set qpi/vtt too.) With CPU at 3.0GHz and Auto vCore, Crysis 3 ran fine. But, with CPU @4.0GHz, my PC randomly restarted approximately every 10 minuets while playing Crysis 3. All other games and apps have had no prob with CPU @4.0GHz. Hopefully, 1.39375v (HWM shows 1.38v) will be the trick for Crysis3 @4.0GHz. :) Plus in general, i have had a few occasional random restarts in the past two years. i'd like to eliminate all of them from ever again happening. :)

    Edit 10: Cysis 3 crashed PC after 19 minuets. And important: no Minidump (.dmp) was generated. :) actual pic of screen:

    QPI/VTT Voltage-20131126_104901-copy-copy-jpg

    So maybe the problem is solved after all with just CPU voltage 1.39375v and qpi/vtt still on "Auto". Because, i was still OCing vid card just now. (i forgot to reset GPU clocks to stock speeds.) i'd been OCing GPU clocks the past week to make up for having to run Crysis 3 with CPU @3.0GHz. And also, because "0x124" BSOD did not occur again, like it did last week with CPU @4.0GHz and voltage on "Auto". So, i will now attempt Crysis 3 with all same settings but vid card @Stock speeds. :)


    Edit 11: Cysis 3 stable for 1 hour 16 minuets! (1.39375v)

    i had CPU @4.0GHz, 1.39375v and GPU @stock speeds.

    Temps appear a little higher than usual. Maybe a room heater contributed. i'll have to re-try for at least 10 minuets with room heater absolutely off. and i need a good way to monitor CPU temps in-game. Maybe less than 1.39375v will also work. until i have the time to confirm a lower Voltage is just as stable, i shouldn't settle for 1.39375v. idk yet if 1.39375v (HWM shows 1.38v) is even safe.

    is 1.39375v too high (safe)?

    Edit 12: i wanted to test CPU temps again... after 13 minuets Crysis 3 my PC rebooted itself. But no errors and no BSOD. So idk if "1.35v-1.4v qpi/vtt maybe more" is worth a try. i could also try chkdsk, installing a fresh video driver, check integrity of game files, etc.

    Edit 13: ran chkdsk, checked integrity of game files, haven't installed a fresh video driver yet. Lowered CPUv to 1.35750v played Crysis 3 for 1 hour 3 minuets then the Screen and audio froze-up.
    Going to lower CPUv again and see if Crysis 3 will run as long.

    Edit 14: 1.38125v played Crysis 3 for 27 minuets but ran out of time and had to quit. i monitored temps with HWM on a secondary monitor and they seemed fine. Max temps, for a very brief time, were in low 80s(c). Average was in the mid 70s. Desktop is now, just after stopping Crysis 3, low 50s. i'll try again later with same settings.

    Edit 15: Cysis 3 stable for 1 hour 47 minuets! (1.38125v)

    i monitored temps with HWM on a secondary monitor and they seemed fine. Max temps, for a very brief time, were in low 80s(c). Average was in the low 70s. Desktop is now, just after stopping Crysis 3, low 50s.

    i had CPU @4.0GHz, 1.38125v and GPU @stock speeds. (HWM showed 1.36 Current, 1.34 Min and 1.36 Max.)

    It's pretty obvious that a preliminarily explanation should include that having CPUv set to "Auto" (HWM shows 1.38v) combined with CPU clock OCed to 4.0GHz, was resulting in voltages that where too high. Because i mistakenly presumed that if CPUv was set to "Auto" and that that resulted in HWM showing 1.38v, then the problem would not be solved with less voltage. But that was not true and it turned out to be just the opposite. I tried manually setting CPUv to the same amount as what "Auto" CPUv achieved and got the exact same results. (Random restarts and screen freeze-ups. Just no BSODs like "Auto" CPUv got too. But it can be estimated that eventually i would have experienced the same repeated BSODs.) Therefore, "Auto" CPUv should simply not be used when OCing a CPU's clock speeds like on my i7-950 (LGA-1366, X58, 12GB of 2000MHz RAM), because the CPU gets too much voltage and is not as stable as it should be in extreme situations. (Note: my existing BIOS is FB. A newer BIOS may result in lower voltages on "Auto" CPUv and @4.0GHz.)

    I still need to attempt using lower CPUv. But for the time being i might stick with 1.38125v. (HWM shows 1.36 Current, 1.34 Min and 1.36 Max.)

    Thanks Wazza300! i knew i could trust u and so many other ppl here. ur suggestion was exact as could be:

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    it depends on each chip,but roughly 1.35 cpuv for 4ghz,and 12gb of ram could need between 1.35v-1.4v qpi/vtt maybe more
    i still have qpi/vtt on "Auto". But i know if i need to set it wat to set it to.

    Edit 16: attempted next lowest, 1.37500v. And if wasn't enough voltage. (Much of the time in-game CPUv was only 1.34v.) PC rebooted after 46 minuets of Crysis 3. So it looks like is the winner remains: 1.38125v. (HWM shows 1.36v Current, 1.34v Min and 1.36v Max).

    (too bad because temps were -4c better. but i'm still very happy. )

    Edit 17: Passed 24 hours stable all around. Including multiple medium to long sessions of Crysis 3.

    Edit 18: Passed 24 hours stable all around. And Played 1 hour 33 Minuets of Crysis 3. But, for the 1st time in Crysis 3 with both CPU OCed and GPU OCed TOO!!! (GPU +91MHz and vRAM+600MHz. And GPU and vRAM should even survive +104MHz and +700MHz.) Note: still using CPU 4.0GHz. (1.38125v with HWM showing 1.36v Current, 1.34v Min and 1.36v Max.)

    All Crysis 3 in-game settings set to Maximum, + FXAA + Adaptive V-Sync=Constant 60 FPS. All while using an old LGA-1366 with CPU @4.0GHz and GTX760-SLI Oced GPU @1179MHz (Stock 1085+91) Mem 6608MHz (Stock 6008+600).


    Last edited by Bee_Dee_3_Dee; 11-29-2013 at 10:57 PM.
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    > Chipset : Intel X99
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    > Video Card : 2x ASUS ROG STRIX-GTX1070-O8G-GAMING (NE Link)


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    >>>Upgrade PSU (2012-01) : CORSAIR AX850 (CMPSU-850AX) 850W (NE Link)
    > Chipset : Intel X58
    > Mainboard : Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (REV.2.0) (FB BIOS)
    (NE Link MPP Link)
    > Processor : i7-950 (Revision D0) 3.0GHz @3.84GHz
    (NE Link MPP Link)
    > HSF:
    Noctua NH-D14 (NE Link MPP Link)
    > Physical Memory :
    >>>Original RAM (2011-01) : G.SKILL 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Model F3-12800CL9T-6GBNQ
    >>>Upgrade RAM (2012-01) : Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 12GB (3 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000) w/FrostByte Heatsink Model 998990 (NE Link MPP Link OverClockersClub Dot Com Article)
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    > Chipset : Intel P35
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    Default Re: QPI/VTT Voltage

    i took a break from my PC and video games after Saturday's football games.

    Today i got back to gaming and discovered that vCore alone would not be enough to remain stable in vid games, especially BF4.

    i tried combining 1.38125v vCore, with QPI/Vtt.

    1.38125v vCore + QPI/Vtt:
    1.414v, would not make it past POST.
    1.435v, would not make it beyound Windows Splash screen.
    1.455v, made it past logging to windows.
    1.475v, made it past starting a video game.
    1.495v, played a few minuets of a BF4.

    So i decided to try combining 1.38125v vCore, with Load-Line Calibration.

    1.38125v vCore + Load-Line Calibration:
    Standard, played a few minuets of BF4 before freeze or BSOD.
    Level 1, played 5+ minuets of BF4 before freeze or BSOD.
    Level 2, played 10+ minuets of BF4 before freeze or BSOD.

    The vCore readings in HWM; had changed from 1.36v Current, 1.34v Min and 1.36v Max, to 1.36v Current, 1.36v Min and 1.38v Max. And that made me decide to try Level 2- Load-Line Calibration + lowering vCore.

    Level 2- Load-Line Calibration + lowering vCore:

    Level 2- Load-Line Calibration + 1.3750v, played 10+ minuets of BF4, did not freeze or BSOD. Instead it naturally CTD like all the BF games have always done.
    Level 2- Load-Line Calibration + 1.36875v, would not make it past POST.

    So now it's time to repeat:
    Level 2- Load-Line Calibration + 1.3750v, played 5 minuets BF4 then BSOD (0x124).

    Edit 1:

    Level 2- Load-Line Calibration + lowering vCore: (Cont.)

    Level 1- Load-Line Calibration + 1.3750v, i can't monitor much in BF4, but before running it i should note that vCore in HWM shows, 1.36v Current, 1.34v Min and 1.36v Max. And in the Furmark benchmark app in a small window (400x300) it changes to 1.34v Current, 1.34v Min and 1.36v Max. Hopefully the 1.34v doesn't degrade stability and the 1.36v should improve stability.
    Played 5+ minuets of BF4, did not freeze or BSOD. Instead it naturally CTD like all the BF games have always done. (vCore in HWM still shows, 1.36v Current, 1.34v Min and 1.36v Max.)

    Level 1- Load-Line Calibration + 1.3750v, (2nd attempt at BF4) played 9 minuets BF4 then BSOD (0x124).

    Standard- Load-Line Calibration + 1.3750v, vCore in HWM shows, 1.34v Current, 1.33v Min and 1.34v Max. And in the Furmark benchmark app in a small window (400x300) it changes to 1.33v Current, 1.34v Min and 1.34v Max. So i don't expect good results in BF4, but let's see.
    Played 10 minuets of BF4 before randomly restarted.

    So, because i want finish BF4 so much especially after the new Patch yesterday made SLI finally work properly, i'm going to simply throttle back to 200x19x10 and CPU@3.8 and all optimal defaults PC, BF4 should ROCK. I bet if i want i can get away with OCing my GPU.

    CPU 200x19x10 (CPU@3.8) and all optimal defaults:
    played 37 minuets of BF4 before a screen freeze.

    CPU 200x18x10 (CPU@3.6) and all optimal defaults:
    played 42 minuets of BF4 before it stopped responding. Alt+Tabbed and there was a Info Window with the option to close BF4. (vCore in HWM still, 1.38v Current, 1.38v Min and 1.38v Max.) (Temps are normal for much higher CPU clocks. But BF games always run hot.)

    CPU 200x18x10 (CPU@3.6) and all optimal defaults: (2nd attempt at BF4)
    played 14 minuets of BF4 before BSOD. But i'd better make sure it wasn't because of having enabled dual monitiors. (Wanted to see HWM while i played.)


    CPU 200x18x10 (CPU@3.6) and all optimal defaults: (3rd attempt at BF4; no secondary monitor like the 2nd attempt.)
    played 1 hour 41 minuets of BF4 before BSOD. (no minidump.) so it must be the new patch for BF4 or temperatures. (might have to try TP.)

    Only thing to do for now is to try no OC on CPU. And if that fails try Crysis 3 on the settings that worked this past week to insure PC is AOK.

    CPU 200x15x10 (CPU@3.0) and all optimal defaults:
    played 1 hour 5 minuets of BF4 no problems.







    (to be cont.)
    Last edited by Bee_Dee_3_Dee; 12-06-2013 at 09:11 AM.
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    > Physical Memory : G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 3200 Model F4-3200C14Q-32GTZSW (NE Link)
    > Video Card : 2x ASUS ROG STRIX-GTX1070-O8G-GAMING (NE Link)


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    > Power Supply:
    >>>Original PSU (2011-01) :
    Corsair 620HX (NE Link)
    >>>Upgrade PSU (2012-01) : CORSAIR AX850 (CMPSU-850AX) 850W (NE Link)
    > Chipset : Intel X58
    > Mainboard : Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (REV.2.0) (FB BIOS)
    (NE Link MPP Link)
    > Processor : i7-950 (Revision D0) 3.0GHz @3.84GHz
    (NE Link MPP Link)
    > HSF:
    Noctua NH-D14 (NE Link MPP Link)
    > Physical Memory :
    >>>Original RAM (2011-01) : G.SKILL 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Model F3-12800CL9T-6GBNQ
    >>>Upgrade RAM (2012-01) : Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 12GB (3 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000) w/FrostByte Heatsink Model 998990 (NE Link MPP Link OverClockersClub Dot Com Article)
    > Video Card :
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    >>>Upgrade Vid Card(2013-07) : (2) GTX 760-SLI Gigabyte GV-N760OC-4GB (NE Link)
    > DVD-Rom Drive : TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S203B ATA Device
    > Monitor :
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    > Operating System : Windows 7 Ultimate
    > Case : COOLER MASTER HAF X RC-942-KKN1 Black Steel (
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    <<< LGA775 System Summary >>>
    > Power Supply: Corsair 620HX (
    NE Link)
    > Mainboard : Gigabyte P35-S3G (F2 BIOS)
    > Chipset : Intel P35
    > Processor : Core 2 Duo E8400 Wolfdale (Revision C0) 3.0GHz @ 3950 MHz
    > HSF: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
    > Physical Memory : CORSAIR DOMINATOR 4GB (2 x 2GB) (
    Link)
    > Video Card : BFG Geforce GTX295
    > DVD-Rom Drive : TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S203B ATA Device
    >
    Monitor : ViewSonic Pro Series VP2655wb Black 26"
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