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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Hi

    thanks for the explanation kick , i will try your instructions once i finish prime(been running for 5 and half hours with no errors)
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    you might need abit more cpu offset with a 2600k and hyperthreading enabled,i can run with it enabled at 4.5ghz,ram is at 2133mhz but its samsung green memory,vengeance wont go that high but 1600mhz is fine
    currently cpu z is displaying my total voltage at 1.272v, with prime running and no errors at all
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Sounds good, 1.272 eh.. nice.
    Yeh from all the above your cooling seems to be reasonably efficient
    Psu probly ok..
    getting the memory on 1600 to see what your best cpu overclock is should be no real problem.
    From there the auto settings should be alright except going for above 4.8.The only thing is the llc defaults to lvl 5 on all auto overclocks and may need an extra level or 2 just for stability at your 4.4
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    yeah, about the psu :/ probably will be replacing it soon once i buy myself a graphics cards
    yeah, only two more hours of waiting till i can do some tweaking :)
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Hi
    ive got a stable overclock at 4.4Ghz
    tested the RAM (xmp 1866MHZ)timings at the stock speed which passed a very high stress test with standard speed
    the ones suggested 9-9-10-28 completly failed and had to clear cmos in order to boot
    any idea why its not working with the overclock then?
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    how much dram did you use for 1866mhz? you might need more,i had a set of vengeance ram the 1600mhz kit
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    how much dram did you use for 1866mhz? you might need more,i had a set of vengeance ram the 1600mhz kit
    started at the standard 1.500v up untill 1.600v
    it might be the memory compatibility that was mentioned before, might just not be possible?
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Just what I think,others might disagree,glad the 4.4 is good btw.

    A year ago: things may have moved on but I havent really been checking
    1600mhz ddr3 memory was the "sweet spot".In the sense that for any given sb cpu speed 1866 mhz memory gave a very tiny performance increase and 2100a smaller increase on top of that again.
    A drop to 1333 mhz from 1600mhz gave a bigger performance drop than an inc to 1866 but not anything much.

    In terms of performance and cpu speed of say 4.5ghz and 1600mhz memory it was like 1333mhz memory =4.4ghz , 1866mhz memory = 4.55 and 2100= 4.59 if you can follow that.
    In other words cpu clock ,with a reasonable voltage and fan noise levels was the best goal.

    Im leaving out memory timings and the base clock/fsb speed,as close to 100 as possible is the easiest for the base clock.

    Can you try a performance program for bandwidth and data transfer at a cpu speed that you say the 1866 xmp profile is stable at and compare that to running the memory at 1600 mhz at the same cpu speed?.
    Just for your own information.

    Youve probably noticed the mbrd auto timing loadings for memory arent exact for a particular speed ,just an average especially at the minor timings.
    Like my memory is supposed to be at tRFC of about 99 but the board puts it at 107.
    I used pc wizard to read that from from the on memory info.

    What Id try is something like going for 4.5 with the memory at 1600 just like now(originally suggested by PJ or one of the others).Maybe 4.6 even
    Its like a q of test up the standard max performance of your memory on the max xmp profile and youve done that to ..whatever it was 4.2 on the cpu?
    The underlock/get the memory back to an unstressed state and see what the cpu will do and youve done that also.

    Now maybe go for a x46 multiplier and see if you can hold that ok with the memory at 1600.
    If you can hold that ok,drop down to 4.5 and play around with the timings and voltages for 1866 on the memory.
    On that you may have to enter them manually and not use the xmp at all ie Wazza 300's suggested timings may have been compromised by the boards reading of the xmp profile.
    My last pc, tho I knew all the values the board entered for an xmp . I never used those exactly and had to disable the profile read..

    Thas all I can think of.
    Course when you get gx card(s) in and want to overclock those too,you may need to adjust a bit again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kick View Post
    Just what I think,others might disagree,glad the 4.4 is good btw.

    A year ago: things may have moved on but I havent really been checking
    1600mhz ddr3 memory was the "sweet spot".In the sense that for any given sb cpu speed 1866 mhz memory gave a very tiny performance increase and 2100a smaller increase on top of that again.
    A drop to 1333 mhz from 1600mhz gave a bigger performance drop than an inc to 1866 but not anything much.

    In terms of performance and cpu speed of say 4.5ghz and 1600mhz memory it was like 1333mhz memory =4.4ghz , 1866mhz memory = 4.55 and 2100= 4.59 if you can follow that.
    In other words cpu clock ,with a reasonable voltage and fan noise levels was the best goal.

    Im leaving out memory timings and the base clock/fsb speed,as close to 100 as possible is the easiest for the base clock.

    Can you try a performance program for bandwidth and data transfer at a cpu speed that you say the 1866 xmp profile is stable at and compare that to running the memory at 1600 mhz at the same cpu speed?.
    Just for your own information.

    Youve probably noticed the mbrd auto timing loadings for memory arent exact for a particular speed ,just an average especially at the minor timings.
    Like my memory is supposed to be at tRFC of about 99 but the board puts it at 107.
    I used pc wizard to read that from from the on memory info.

    What Id try is something like going for 4.5 with the memory at 1600 just like now(originally suggested by PJ or one of the others).Maybe 4.6 even
    Its like a q of test up the standard max performance of your memory on the max xmp profile and youve done that to ..whatever it was 4.2 on the cpu?
    The underlock/get the memory back to an unstressed state and see what the cpu will do and youve done that also.

    Now maybe go for a x46 multiplier and see if you can hold that ok with the memory at 1600.
    If you can hold that ok,drop down to 4.5 and play around with the timings and voltages for 1866 on the memory.
    On that you may have to enter them manually and not use the xmp at all ie Wazza 300's suggested timings may have been compromised by the boards reading of the xmp profile.
    My last pc, tho I knew all the values the board entered for an xmp . I never used those exactly and had to disable the profile read..

    Thas all I can think of.
    Course when you get gx card(s) in and want to overclock those too,you may need to adjust a bit again.
    Hi

    sorry been having trouble getting it stable at 4.5 and 4.6Ghz
    will get back to you soon

    thanks for the support but haven't had much time lately due to work
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    If your on 4.4 at such a comparatively low v on prime,you would thinka 4.6 would be doable with a bit of "wellie"
    The asrock autoclocks(I found) give a bit of headroom,IF you use llc.
    You may have lost the full auto clocks by now,unless you clear cmos/reflash,using an autoclock wont reset some of the parameters.
    For me ,again 4.6 needs llc 4, the first stage,4.8 needs llc3 the second stage .. and llc isnt bumped automatically when you apply an auto overclock.

    The newer gen 3 bios provides more info about what boost voltages are being applied while you are in uefi but the values are similar to what you get by investigating.
    For me at 100 baseclock.4.6=around 1.42 tops,4.8=1.48 tops and you still have headroom for memory adjustments.
    Temps 4.6 around 65c,4.8 around 75c

    5.0ghz(stable)..with a lot of tweaking .offset just over .1v,turbo like .13.. v peak around <1.52,temps up to 85ish but now were in "leaving on a jetplane" country ,in terms of fan noise at least.
    Not really worth it,to me.Ivy's apparently get much hotter and I dont know if they really do 5 ghz but if air cooled you will be "flying" in terms of fan noise even quicker.

    2500 and 2600 there isnt much to chose between them on overclock on previous tests.When you get a discrete gx card(s) things might be easier.
    The psu.once you get over 4.5-4.6 youre supposed to have 220-250w available to the cpu for instantaneous demand,without power voltage peaks. .Thats like a 19-20 amp cpu alone 12v rail .
    Im just including some gen 3 Uefi screenies (mainly auto) for reference.The green ones are older gen 2 bios.
    If you cant read them ,open the image in another tab and use cntrl+ to magnify.Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz-130108194727smll-jpg
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