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    p07 works a bit better.
    went higher than 4,6GHz



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    PHP Code:
    CPU Batch (XXX)
    RAM Model (XXX)
    Bios VerQuantum BIOS (XXX)

    CPU Features
    PPM 
    ...............................: 
    EIST ..............................: 
    CxE................................: 
    Execute Disable Bit ...............: 
    Virtualization.....................: 
    Hyper Threading ...................: 
    Active Processor Cores ............:
     
    Memory Settings 
    Memory Controller Settings 
    IMC Configuration 
    .................:
    Channel Congifuration .............:
    Channel Interleaving ..............:
    Rank Interleaving .................:

    Memory Timings
    Extreme Memory Profile XMP 
    ........:
    Memory Profile Select .............:
    DRAM Timing Control ...............:
    tCL (CAS Latency) .................:
    tRCG (RAS to CAS Delay) ...........:
    tRP (RAS Precharge) ...............:
    tRAS (Precharge Delay) ............:
    CR (Command Rate) .................:
    tRFC (Refresh Cycle Time) .........:
    tWR (Write Recovery Time) .........:
    tWTR (Write to Read Delay) ........:
    tRRD (RAS to RAS Delay) ...........:
    tRTP (Read to Precharge) ..........:

    All Voltage Settings
     
    CPU Voltages
    CPU Core Voltage 
    ..................:
    CPU Target Core Voltage ...........:
    CPU Vdroop Compensation ...........:
    CPU VTT (UnCoreVoltage ..........:
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting ...........:
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl ..........:

    Memory Voltages 
    DRAM Voltage 
    ......................:
    DIMM1 Vref CA (Addresses) .........:
    DIMM1 Vref DQ (Data) ..............:
    DIMM2 Vref CA (Addresses) .........:
    DIMM2 Vref DQ (Data) ..............:
    DIMM3 Vref CA (Addresses) .........:
    DIMM3 Vref DQ (Data) ..............:

    Chipset Voltages 
    X58 IOH Core Voltage 
    .............:
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.1V ................:
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.5V ................:
    ICH10 SB Voltage .................:

    OC Gear Skipping this part 

    CPU Turbo 
    .........................: 
    System Turbo ......................: 

    Clock Speed Control Center 
    CPU Bclock 
    (FSB) ................: 
    QPI Link Fast Mode ..............: 
    QPI Multiplier ..................: 
    QPI Target Speed ................: 
    CPU Core Multiplier .............: 
    CPU Core Target Speed ...........: 
    CPU Uncore Multiplier ...........: 
    CPU Uncore Target Speed .........: 
    Memory Bus Multiplier ...........: 
    Memory Bus Target Speed .........: 
    CPU Clock Skew ..................: 
    IOH Clock Skew ..................: 

    Just thought I would clean it up some to make it easier on the eyes
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    CPU & Batch: Core i7 920 3910A369
    RAM Model: Patriot Viper Extreme 1600mhz 8-8-8-24-1T
    Bios Ver: Quantum BIOS P06
    CPU Features
    PPM ...............................: Enabled
    EIST ..............................: Enabled
    CxE................................: Disabled
    Execute Disable Bit ...............: Disabled
    Virtualization.....................: Disabled
    Hyper Threading ...................: Enabled
    Active Processor Cores ............: All
    Memory Settings
    Memory Controller Settings

    IMC Configuration .................: Enabled
    Channel Congifuration .............: Independant
    Channel Interleaving ..............: 6 Way
    Rank Interleaving .................: 4 Way
    Memory Timings
    Extreme Memory Profile XMP ........: Disabled
    Memory Profile Select .............: Auto
    DRAM Timing Control ...............: Manual
    tCL (CAS Latency) .................: 8T
    tRCG (RAS to CAS Delay) ...........: 8T
    tRP (RAS Precharge) ...............:8T
    tRAS (Precharge Delay) ............: 24T
    CR (Command Rate) .................: 1T
    tRFC (Refresh Cycle Time) .........: 59
    tWR (Write Recovery Time) .........: Auto
    tWTR (Write to Read Delay) ........: Auto
    tRRD (RAS to RAS Delay) ...........: Auto
    tRTP (Read to Precharge) ..........: Auto
    All Voltage Settings
    CPU Voltages

    CPU Core Voltage ..................: +70mv
    CPU Target Core Voltage ...........: 1.28250
    CPU Vdroop Compensation ...........: Disabled = On (Enabled = Off)
    CPU VTT (UnCore) Voltage ..........: +60mv
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting ...........: 1.800v
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl ..........: 0.800v
    Memory Voltages
    DRAM Voltage ......................: 1.63v results in 1.65v
    DIMM1 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM1 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    DIMM2 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM2 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    DIMM3 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM3 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    Chipset Voltages
    X58 IOH Core Voltage .............: 1.26v
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.1V ................: 1.108v
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.5V ................: 1.506v
    ICH10 SB Voltage .................: 1.518v (Slight Increase Gave Stability)
    OC Gear : Skipping this part
    CPU Turbo .........................: Always On
    System Turbo ......................: Enabled
    Clock Speed Control Center
    CPU Bclock (FSB) ................: 200
    QPI Link Fast Mode ..............: Enabled
    QPI Multiplier ..................: x18
    QPI Target Speed ................: 3605mhz 7.2gt/s
    CPU Core Multiplier .............: x20
    CPU Core Target Speed ...........: 4006 (EIST Enabled 21x200=4208mhz)
    CPU Uncore Multiplier ...........: x16
    CPU Uncore Target Speed .........: 3208mhz
    Memory Bus Multiplier ...........: x8
    Memory Bus Target Speed .........: 1604mhz
    CPU Clock Skew ..................: 0ps
    IOH Clock Skew ..................: 0ps

    Link to overclocking prime results: http://i817.photobucket.com/albums/z...2/Untitled.jpg

    Cant upload any files and I cant figure out the URL thing.
    Last edited by Seanie's Show; 08-03-2009 at 10:25 AM.
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    sweet. can't wait for mine..... waiting on UPS
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    Does anyone have any P09 settings? I will post mine tonight but need to check stability and play with my ram settings a bit. Thx in advance.
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    Not needed.. is around same as any other.. just CPU and QPI latency in CPU settings allow you to reach little bit more stable higher freq.. I´ve put CPU - 250 and QPI - 240.. allowed me to have quite stable 4,4GHz with C0.
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    Hello,

    Have my Bloodrage somewhat jerry-rigged with 2 PSUs while my RMA gets taken care of, but I've been using the P09 Bios and have...a question or problem?

    I've seen some people mention different Default V-Core values. Mine, for some reason, seems like it's much higher than the ones I've seen posted around. My default target V-Core is 1.285 (and with Prime 95 cooking a 99.9% load it hits 1.344 off of CPU-Z).

    I have an i7 920 D0 revision.

    What is the normal Default V-Core on the Bloodrage? Mine just seems high, and I'd like to drop it some to see how low I can run 4Ghz at.

    Currently running at above V-Core at 200 bclk 4Ghz 60C. Once Prime 95 has run some more I'll post my Bios settings and finish a rig profile.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caerid11 View Post
    Hello,

    Have my Bloodrage somewhat jerry-rigged with 2 PSUs while my RMA gets taken care of, but I've been using the P09 Bios and have...a question or problem?

    I've seen some people mention different Default V-Core values. Mine, for some reason, seems like it's much higher than the ones I've seen posted around. My default target V-Core is 1.285 (and with Prime 95 cooking a 99.9% load it hits 1.344 off of CPU-Z).

    I have an i7 920 D0 revision.

    What is the normal Default V-Core on the Bloodrage? Mine just seems high, and I'd like to drop it some to see how low I can run 4Ghz at.
    Currently running at above V-Core at 200 bclk 4Ghz 60C. Once Prime 95 has run some more I'll post my Bios settings and finish a rig profile.

    Thanks.
    Yep, disable v-droop compensation, mine was doing exactly the same thing, once its disabled give prime a shot, you shouldnt see your voltages go above 1.3v on your cpu, you settings and overclock are the same as mine.

    Ive been saying this all along since biios P06, disabled locks the voltage, enabled allows it to jump all over the place, hence the problem your having.
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    I'll try turning it off, but my main question was what is the normal default V-Core target in the Bios? Adding no mV my Bios reports my CPU Target Core at 1.2825...

    I also noticed that manually setting my memory timings allowed me to overclock. Using the auto features or XMP would cause an automatic failure doing ANY amount of overclocking. So if you're having trouble, I'd try manually setting everything based on advertised RAM settings (the BR also put the volts at 1.7 for DRAM when it runs fine at 1.65).

    Also, for those out there with systems set up for solely gaming, is Turbo worth it or should it just be shut off and leave HT on? The Turbo doesn't seem to add enough in terms of Mhz to make any real impact over having the extra cores, especially as the newer games begin to fully utilize the i7 architecture.


    CPU Features
    PPM ...............................: Enabled
    EIST ..............................: Enabled
    CxE................................: Disabled
    Execute Disable Bit ...............: Disabled
    Virtualization.....................: Disabled
    Hyper Threading ...................: Enabled
    Active Processor Cores ............: All
    Memory Settings
    Memory Controller Settings
    IMC Configuration .................: Enabled
    Channel Congifuration .............: Independant
    Channel Interleaving ..............: 6 Way
    Rank Interleaving .................: 4 Way
    Memory Timings
    Extreme Memory Profile XMP ........: Disabled
    Memory Profile Select .............: Auto
    DRAM Timing Control ...............: Manual
    tCL (CAS Latency) .................: 6T
    tRCG (RAS to CAS Delay) ...........: 7T
    tRP (RAS Precharge) ...............:6T
    tRAS (Precharge Delay) ............: 16T
    CR (Command Rate) .................: 1T
    tRFC (Refresh Cycle Time) .........: 59
    tWR (Write Recovery Time) .........: Auto
    tWTR (Write to Read Delay) ........: Auto
    tRRD (RAS to RAS Delay) ...........: Auto
    tRTP (Read to Precharge) ..........: Auto
    All Voltage Settings
    CPU Voltages
    CPU Core Voltage ..................: DEFAULT
    CPU Target Core Voltage ...........: 1.28250 (this is my default, seems higher than what other people are reporting...?
    CPU Vdroop Compensation ...........: Enabled (going disabled at some point)
    CPU VTT (UnCore) Voltage ..........: +220mv (will be dropping it to test)
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting ...........: 1.800v
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl ..........: 0.800v
    Memory Voltages
    DRAM Voltage ......................: 1.65
    DIMM1 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM1 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    DIMM2 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM2 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    DIMM3 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM3 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    Chipset Voltages
    X58 IOH Core Voltage .............: 1.3v
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.1V ................: 1.134v
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.5V ................: 1.506v
    ICH10 SB Voltage .................: 1.518v
    OC Gear : Skipping this part
    CPU Turbo .........................: Off
    System Turbo ......................: Enabled
    Clock Speed Control Center
    CPU Bclock (FSB) ................: 200
    QPI Link Fast Mode ..............: Enabled
    QPI Multiplier ..................: x18
    QPI Target Speed ................: 3605mhz 7.2gt/s
    CPU Core Multiplier .............: x20
    CPU Core Target Speed ...........: 4006
    CPU Uncore Multiplier ...........: x16
    CPU Uncore Target Speed .........: 3208mhz
    Memory Bus Multiplier ...........: x8
    Memory Bus Target Speed .........: 1604mhz
    CPU Clock Skew ..................: 0ps
    IOH Clock Skew ..................: 0ps


    I get 59-60C (calibrated RealTemp and CoreTemp) with Prime95 utilizing 99.9% of CPU.
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    Default CPU voltage is dependant on voltage table inside CPU.. and not all have same.
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    Ok thanks Mesca, guess that settles that problem. Just seems like it could be a lot lower since when it underclocks it does 2.4Ghz at .996 Volts (through Cpu-Z).

    And good suggestion on the V-Droop Seanie's, it sits at 1.296 stable with Prime95 pushing 99.4% CPU Load, and dropped another 3-5C off my load temps.

    To add to my OC I dropped the VTT to default-so far no problems running Prime95.
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    Sure it can be lower, if we just could set it somehow.. I guess there is no lower limit, problem is, we just can´t set minimal voltage.. only increase.
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    Hi Caerid11, glad the v-droop thing worked for you too, ive been saying it for ages.

    if you have a nice stable 4002mhz on your CPU, then you might as well enable PPM and EIST and then switch CPU turbo to 'always on', once in windows set you power saving option to 'High Performance', and you'll give yourself the bonus x1 multiplier, a constant 4.2ghz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanie's Show View Post
    Hi Caerid11, glad the v-droop thing worked for you too, ive been saying it for ages.

    if you have a nice stable 4002mhz on your CPU, then you might as well enable PPM and EIST and then switch CPU turbo to 'always on', once in windows set you power saving option to 'High Performance', and you'll give yourself the bonus x1 multiplier, a constant 4.2ghz.
    I've had PPM and EIST enabled. With the Turbo mode, it disables some cores (not sure how many) to get that extra 200Mhz. It's probably nice for benching and running 3dMark etc. type programs, but I'll probably leave it off since I'll probably benefit more game-wise from the extra cores.

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    turbo does not disable cores
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    mk-ultra is right, turbo doesnt disable any cores, my task manager is showing 8 cores @ 4.2ghz.
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    In normal circumstances, Turbo works like this. 1 core heavy load - increase that core to 22x multi, 2-core heavy load - increase 21x multi for those two loaded cores, 3-4 .. doesn´t matter, stays at 20x or go lower, if temperature or power load goes up much. Ofc it is not disabling any core.. that would not increase performace, would it?

    What BR do is, tricking CPU to believing that it has load on two cores.. and voila, we get our 21x multi. Not sure if it works on all or just two cores.. but I think that cheat works for all.. 22x works only for one.
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    Ok, thanks for the update. When I was researching the CPU Turbo I read an article that lead me to believe they had to disable a core or something to be able up the multiplier to the other cores. Afterwards I didn't bother reading much on it

    I ran into an odd issue with CPU Turbo. I set it to 'Always On' (without changing anything else). Rebooted, got into Winblows no problem. Turned on Cpu-Z, my V-Core was 1.263(loadline off), whereas with my base 4Ghz OC runs at the default 1.296. I loaded up Prime 95 and it instantly caused a BSOD related to hardware failure. No idea why the Turbo dropped my V-Core, I'll have to try like +10mV or something to see if it stabilizes the V-Core. Though I'm pretty happy with 4Ghz and the heat level.
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    HI guys 920 do stepping still running sweet at 4.0ghz.......my question is does anyone know how i can get my ocz memory 1800 mhz kit runninh at the full 1800mh..at present i cannot get it above 1625, the next setting goes to 2005mhz and my memory will not take that speed.........do i need to alter any settings in the bios to get it up to speed.........any suggestions gladly welcomed...mal1954

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    Sure if you can reach BCLK 225.

    Well, you can use 21x multi to reach almost 4 GHz.. BCLK of 180 gives you 1800 MHz .. if you push it higher, you´ll get higher rams and CPU OC.. but expect some voltage increase on vCore and VTT. Sadly, there isn´t any 9x multi for memory..
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    Thanks mesc brilliant as usual i will see what i can do..regards mal1954

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    Can't pass Intel Burn Test on this board for some reason, someone can help me fix it?


    Bios P09
    CPU Features
    PPM ...............................: Enabled
    EIST ..............................: Enabled
    CxE................................: Disabled
    Execute Disable Bit ...............: Enabled
    Virtualization.....................: Enabled
    Hyper Threading ...................: Disabled
    Active Processor Cores ............: All
    Current Feedback Override .........: Disabled
    Memory Settings
    Memory Controller Settings
    IMC Configuration .................: Enabled
    Channel Congifuration .............: Independant
    Channel Interleaving ..............: 6 Way
    Rank Interleaving .................: 4 Way
    Memory Timings
    Extreme Memory Profile XMP ........: Disabled
    DRAM Timing Control ...............: Manual
    tCL (CAS Latency) .................: 8T
    tRCG (RAS to CAS Delay) ...........: 8T
    tRP (RAS Precharge) ...............: 8T
    tRAS (Precharge Delay) ............: 24T
    CR (Command Rate) .................: 1T
    tRFC (Refresh Cycle Time) .........: 88
    tWR (Write Recovery Time) .........: Auto
    tWTR (Write to Read Delay) ........: Auto
    tRRD (RAS to RAS Delay) ...........: Auto
    tRTP (Read to Precharge) ..........: Auto
    All Voltage Settings
    CPU Voltages
    CPU Core Voltage ..................: deafult
    CPU Target Core Voltage ...........: 1.25625
    CPU Vdroop Compensation ...........: Disabled
    CPU VTT (UnCore) Voltage ..........: +100mv
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting ...........: 1.800v
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl ..........: 0.800v
    Memory Voltages
    DRAM Voltage ......................: 1.63v
    DIMM1 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM1 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    DIMM2 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM2 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    DIMM3 Vref CA (Addresses) .........: 0.500 Default
    DIMM3 Vref DQ (Data) ..............: 0.500 Default
    Chipset Voltages
    X58 IOH Core Voltage .............: 1.26v
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.1V ................: 1.108v
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.5V ................: 1.506v
    ICH10 SB Voltage .................: 1.506v

    CPU Turbo .........................: Always On
    System Turbo ......................: Enabled
    Clock Speed Control Center
    CPU Bclock (FSB) ................: 200
    QPI Link Fast Mode ..............: Enabled
    QPI Multiplier ..................: x18
    QPI Target Speed ................: 3605mhz 7.2gt/s
    CPU Core Multiplier .............: x20
    CPU Core Target Speed ...........: 4006 (EIST Enabled 21x200=4208mhz)
    CPU Uncore Multiplier ...........: x16
    CPU Uncore Target Speed .........: 3208mhz
    Memory Bus Multiplier ...........: x8
    Memory Bus Target Speed .........: 1604mhz
    CPU Clock Skew ..................: 0ps
    IOH Clock Skew ..................: 0ps


    Here is the result in my asus board, 1.248v stable.
    Last edited by Tycun; 09-06-2009 at 11:59 PM.

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    hi tycun i think you need your cpu core voltage at least +60mv and try cutting your vtt voltage to 80 mv
    this works for me ok, but i am pretty certain you need to up your cpu core voltage,...mescalamba when he comes online you be able to sort it out for you
    he knows what he is talking about

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    Nah, I won´t tell anything you didn´t .. just increase vCore. 1.25V is nice for 4,2GHz OC, but probably won´t work on BR.. theres slight difference between ASUS and BloodRage, when it comes to reporting voltages. Especially if you left lots of controls on ASUS on "auto".. Plus update your BIOS to G25 or P09 (probably G25, its I guess best OC BIOS for D0). Btw. can you monitor your voltage somewhere? Like HWmonitor for example.. to know, how much volts are in CPU at max load.. cause I kinda doubt, it will be just 1.25V.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mescalamba View Post
    Nah, I won´t tell anything you didn´t .. just increase vCore. 1.25V is nice for 4,2GHz OC, but probably won´t work on BR.. theres slight difference between ASUS and BloodRage, when it comes to reporting voltages. Especially if you left lots of controls on ASUS on "auto".. Plus update your BIOS to G25 or P09 (probably G25, its I guess best OC BIOS for D0). Btw. can you monitor your voltage somewhere? Like HWmonitor for example.. to know, how much volts are in CPU at max load.. cause I kinda doubt, it will be just 1.25V.
    my CPU Vcore under load is 1.30v in HWmonitor, do I still have to increase vcore?
    Updata* I lower VTT to default and IOH to 1.10v and it pass 20 runs IBT first time. Second time 20 runs I got BSOD.

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