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    Haven´t noticed that IOH.. try VTT same as before, and IOH on default level.. (at 200 BCLK I haven´t noticed any improvement with increasing IOH voltage.. used that on 210+ BCLK). Btw. I need +200mV VTT for having it stable, you have D0 which should be lower, but maybe not too much.. try those +100mV you tried and maybe more (up to +200mV). 1.3V means you probably run on default voltage.. try increase of +50mV. Which should give you 1.35V on load.. and can be more stable. But also much more hot..
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    Thanks, mescalamba, I tried +100mv and +50mv vcore( 1.35v load) still got BSOD.
    When the temperature up to 80c it start getting turbo throttle and multiple drop to 20.45 when it hit 90c. Also 1.35v load and 90c is way too much than my asus board.

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    I cleared CMOS and set every voltage options on default except 1.63V for DRAM, fully stable now
    CPU vcore Default
    CPU VTT Default
    IOH vcore 1.10V
    DRAM 1.63V
    Seems like this board doesn't like high voltage at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tycun View Post
    I cleared CMOS and set every voltage options on default except 1.63V for DRAM, fully stable now
    CPU vcore Default
    CPU VTT Default
    IOH vcore 1.10V
    DRAM 1.63V
    Seems like this board doesn't like high voltage at all.
    Very nice! Well done.

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    I am looking for some stable 4.2ghz settings anyone have some they can share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellowyellow View Post
    I am looking for some stable 4.2ghz settings anyone have some they can share?
    See my bios settings on page 3 of this thread, obviously you will need to adjust the memory timmings and speed to suit your ram, but these settings of mine have worked for other too.

    My settings were only stable on P06, G25 and P09 bios, other bioses needed more CPU volts.
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    I saw and looked at that but it was P06 and wasn't sure if it was going to have too much vts for P09 or not, Thanks for clearing that up for me

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    hi guys has anyone on the forum useing patriot viper 11, with xmp what speeds are you getting cpu clock to, and what memory mhz please .......
    the best i have got so far is cpu 3.8 and memory 1853 timmings 7-7-7-20.....any help would be appriciated as my bloodrage isnt picking up xmp settings

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    Quote Originally Posted by NODO-GT View Post
    Mescalamba & mal1954
    thank for your reply.

    i want higher VTT but then i need very high voltage on memory, minimal difference is 0.35, but i found that 0.48 difference between memory and VTT makes system much stable. i sometimes system failed to boot with higher VTT and same DRAM voltage (difference 0.40), when i increased Dram voltage it booted and was quite stable... I'll increase CPU amplitude, PLL, IOH 1.1v to 1.3 (i have chipset on stock active cooling...). i'll try to find a way to increase VTT and make system stable.
    and yes Command Rate was 1 and tRFC 92
    so for Overclocking (not 24/7 setup), G25 is best bios, thats what i wanted to know.

    This describes what I'm seeing on my o/c to 4.2. I'll post my BIOS settings when I'm sure they're stable. But yes, a .48 difference between memory and VTT is the best method I've found to stablize my rig. The problem however is the maximum DRAM voltage of 1.65, which limits Vtt to about +40mv in my case (i.e., not much range to play with).

    I have a hunch I could squeeze out another 100 MHz if I increased Vtt but maintained the .48 difference. I see you did what I was thinking about doing, increasing DRAM voltage to maintain that .48 difference.

    How has it been working out for you? Does anyone else have any other thoughts?

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    Why is 1.65v the maximum DRAM voltage? If you absolutely must run at 4.2GHz, just increase your VTT and bump up the VDimm to match and keep the .48 difference. It's not going to hurt anything, assuming you have your RAM properly cooled.


    That being said though, I only ever run my VDIMM higher than 1.65v when I'm benching.
    No need for me to raise it to run a stable 24/7 4.2GHz overclock fortunately, since this system hums along just fine with a .30 difference(VTT=1.37v/VDIMM=1.66v).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ol'Baditude View Post
    Why is 1.65v the maximum DRAM voltage? If you absolutely must run at 4.2GHz, just increase your VTT and bump up the VDimm to match and keep the .48 difference. It's not going to hurt anything, assuming you have your RAM properly cooled.


    That being said though, I only ever run my VDIMM higher than 1.65v when I'm benching.
    No need for me to raise it to run a stable 24/7 4.2GHz overclock fortunately, since this system hums along just fine with a .30 difference(VTT=1.37v/VDIMM=1.66v).
    Yes, I raised DRAM to 1.70 and popped Vtt to +100 mV and that enabled me to boot Vista at 4.3 (EIST Turbo 21x205) (mem x8 @ 1600) (HT off). Can't pass prime yet, but it always fails at the same test, so I think I'm getting real close to something stable.

    My Mushkin redline uses the NON hyper elpida chip, so I'm probably ok up to about 1.75 VDIMM keeping the Vtt/VDIMM ratio < .50. I have memory fans on the sticks plus a high airflow case (CPU and NB on water).

    I'm sort of focused on 4.3 as that was my goal going into my build. So, I'll probably keep the memory in the 1.70 - 1.75 for 24/7 operation. I actually use CPU bound software frequently.

    BTW, I'm real happy with the Bloodrage board, it seems to getting the most out my "meh" 920 D0 (Vcore default = 1.265) that basically seems to hate life at BCLK 205.

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    Hi, newbie here :P Looks like I've found BloodRage heaven here!

    I have tried several of the shared BIOS settings here with nothing too stable. I am not looking to get to 4.0, I would be happy with a stable, safe, daily OC @ 3.8 and my ram running at 1600 like it is rated to run. I got it to 3.8, but the ram was not at 1600, and I didn't stability test it. I am sitting at 3.0 right now just by upping the FSB to 150. Can someone just get me started in the right direction? Or if anyone has settings like this that would be great too.

    Here is my comp as pertaining to oc'ing:
    BloodRage mobo running P08 BIOS
    i7 920 d0 stepping 5 3919A704 batch STOCK COOLER
    Corsair Dominator 6GB triple channel 1600

    Thanks in advance folks

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    Quote Originally Posted by basketballord View Post
    Hi, newbie here :P Looks like I've found BloodRage heaven here!

    I have tried several of the shared BIOS settings here with nothing too stable. I am not looking to get to 4.0, I would be happy with a stable, safe, daily OC @ 3.8 and my ram running at 1600 like it is rated to run. I got it to 3.8, but the ram was not at 1600, and I didn't stability test it. I am sitting at 3.0 right now just by upping the FSB to 150. Can someone just get me started in the right direction? Or if anyone has settings like this that would be great too.

    Here is my comp as pertaining to oc'ing:
    BloodRage mobo running P08 BIOS
    i7 920 d0 stepping 5 3919A704 batch STOCK COOLER
    Corsair Dominator 6GB triple channel 1600

    Thanks in advance folks
    I have the same 3919A704 batch, I've been playing with it for a week now. I personaly am not to excited about the core temps on this batch. But then agian I live in Arizona and my ambient temps in my den are hovering around 29c-30c..

    I'm Prim95'ing 4.02ghz right now at 1.264v

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    blck: 200mhz
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    Vcore +60
    Uncore +40
    Memory 2x (6g 1600mhz ocz gold)
    everything else stock..

    Temps are hitting 73-75c. I'll probably down clock it once Prime runs 12 + hours
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    Quote Originally Posted by basketballord View Post
    Hi, newbie here :P Looks like I've found BloodRage heaven here!

    I have tried several of the shared BIOS settings here with nothing too stable. I am not looking to get to 4.0, I would be happy with a stable, safe, daily OC @ 3.8 and my ram running at 1600 like it is rated to run. I got it to 3.8, but the ram was not at 1600, and I didn't stability test it. I am sitting at 3.0 right now just by upping the FSB to 150. Can someone just get me started in the right direction? Or if anyone has settings like this that would be great too.

    Here is my comp as pertaining to oc'ing:
    BloodRage mobo running P08 BIOS
    i7 920 d0 stepping 5 3919A704 batch STOCK COOLER
    Corsair Dominator 6GB triple channel 1600

    Thanks in advance folks
    You'll need a better cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dengyong View Post
    You'll need a better cooler.
    ORLY? for 3.8? damn. Ok well maybe I'll do a little research on coolers then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basketballord View Post
    Hi, newbie here :P Looks like I've found BloodRage heaven here!

    I have tried several of the shared BIOS settings here with nothing too stable. I am not looking to get to 4.0, I would be happy with a stable, safe, daily OC @ 3.8 and my ram running at 1600 like it is rated to run. I got it to 3.8, but the ram was not at 1600, and I didn't stability test it. I am sitting at 3.0 right now just by upping the FSB to 150. Can someone just get me started in the right direction? Or if anyone has settings like this that would be great too.

    Here is my comp as pertaining to oc'ing:
    BloodRage mobo running P08 BIOS
    i7 920 d0 stepping 5 3919A704 batch STOCK COOLER
    Corsair Dominator 6GB triple channel 1600

    Thanks in advance folks
    Like the other have said, your not gonna get far on the stock cooler, so look at getting a new cooler straight away, and also I would flash your bios if I was you, I didnt have any luck on P08, P09, P06 or G25 are the best to date, however G25 is the beta before P09 so I prolly shouldnt bother with that one anymore.
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    This info. is more for those who have an average 920 D0 like me. With the right supporting equipment like the BR, I still get a decent 24/7 O/C (4.3GHz).

    CPU & Batch (i7 920 D0 - 3901A257)
    RAM Model (6GB Redline Ascent 998691)
    Bios Ver: Quantum BIOS (G25)

    CPU Features
    PPM ...............................: Enabled
    EIST ............................. : Enabled
    CxE................................: Disable
    Execute Disable Bit ...........: Enabled
    Virtualization....................: Disabled
    Hyper Threading ..............: Diabled
    Active Processor Cores .....: All
    CPU QPI Latency ..............: Auto
    IOH QPI Latency ...............: Auto
    cPU QPI Drive Strength .......: Auto
    IOH QPI Drive STrength .......: Auto


    Memory Settings
    Memory Controller Settings
    IMC Configuration .................: Enabled
    Channel Congifuration ............: Independent
    Channel Interleaving ..............: 6-way
    Rank Interleaving ..................: 4-way

    Memory Timings
    Extreme Memory Profile XMP .....: Disabled
    Memory Profile Select .............:
    DRAM Timing Control ...............: Manual
    tCL (CAS Latency) .................: 6T
    tRCG (RAS to CAS Delay) .........: 8T
    tRP (RAS Precharge) ...............: 6T
    tRAS (Precharge Delay) ............: 16T
    CR (Command Rate) .................: 1T
    tRFC (Refresh Cycle Time) ........: 74T
    tWR (Write Recovery Time) .......: 10T
    tWTR (Write to Read Delay) ......: Auto
    tRRD (RAS to RAS Delay) ...........: 4T
    tRTP (Read to Precharge) ..........: 8T

    All Voltage Settings

    CPU Voltages
    CPU Core Voltage ................: +160mv
    CPU Target Core Voltage ......: 1.42875V (Default=1.27)
    CPU Vdroop COMPENSATION .: Disabled (in other words, Vdroop is ON)
    CPU VTT (UnCore) Voltage ...: +120mV
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting .......: 1.800V
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl ......: 0.900V

    Memory Voltages
    DRAM Voltage ......................: 1.71V
    DIMM1 Vref CA (Addresses) ....: .500
    DIMM1 Vref DQ (Data) ...........: .500
    DIMM2 Vref CA (Addresses) ....: .500
    DIMM2 Vref DQ (Data) ...........: .500
    DIMM3 Vref CA (Addresses) ....: .500
    DIMM3 Vref DQ (Data) ...........: .500

    Chipset Voltages
    X58 IOH Core Voltage .............: 1.28V
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.1V ................: 1.116V
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.5V ................: 1.518V
    ICH10 SB Voltage ..................: 1.518V

    OC Gear :
    Spread Spectrum ..................: Disabled
    CPU Clock Skew ...................: 0ps
    IOH Clock Skew ...................: 0ps

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

    Clock Speed Control Center
    CPU Bclock (FSB) ................: 205
    QPI Link Fast Mode ..............: Enabled
    QPI Multiplier ......................: x18
    QPI Target Speed ................: 3695MHz
    CPU Core Multiplier ...............: x20
    CPU Core Target Speed .........: 4106MHz (EIST x21 = 4.3GHz)
    CPU Uncore Multiplier ............: x16
    CPU Uncore Target Speed .....: 3288MHz
    Memory Bus Multiplier ...........: x8
    Memory Bus Target Speed .....: 164MHz
    PIC Express Bush Clock ..........: 102MHz


    Equipment:

    Water Blocks...: CPU (Swiftech GTZ), NB (Bloodrage Included Block)
    Air.................: Memory (Stick Fans), Case - Coolermaster HAF932

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    Video..........: 4890/4870 Crossfire
    Storage........: X-25 G2 80GB, 2xSeagate ES2.1 250GB (RAID0-ICH10R), WD Caviar Black 1TB
    Operating Sys..: Vista 64 Ultimate

    Notes:

    My 920 was supposed to be from a decent batch (3901A257), but when I saw the default Vcore (1.27), I realized I had the unlucky draw (from this batch). So then, how does the BR handle mediocre chips? Quite well!

    My goal was to get a stable Speedstep o/c and to otherwise minimize voltages (e.g. I never tested 200mv plus Vtt voltages).

    My particular hardware setup seemed to like the difference between DRAM voltage and Vtt to be approximately .48V (but always less than the max .5V recommended difference). Thus, to get more stable overclocks by increasing Vtt I had to increase the DRAM voltage. I settled at DRAM 1.71V, which should not be a problem (although I have memory stick fans plus a high air flow case).

    My setup idles at approx. 39 C (26 C ambient) and the NB at 34. Under LinX stress testing, the CPU temp. maxes out at approx. 75 C and Prime at approx. 71 C.

    My o/c setting is not good for HT enabled. I had to reduce BCLK to 200 and temperatures maxed out at 82 C (LinX).

    My memory (Mushkin Redline Ascent) is rated 6-7-6 at 1600 and I was able to pass Memtest, LinX and Prime (1 hour run) using my o/c, but Crysis Warhead in crossfire mode seemed to like 6-8-6 (I also had to bump up PCIe to 103). Strange yes. There might be another issue lurking here I didn't pick up.

    I haven't tried to minimize chipset (NB and SB) voltages yet at 4.3 GHz, so those numbers might be a bit higher than I need.
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    CPU & Batch (i7 950 D0 - 3910A470 vid:1.1875v)
    RAM Model (6GB Ballistix 1333c7 D9GTS)
    Bios Ver: Quantum BIOS (P09)

    CPU Features
    PPM ...............................: Enabled
    EIST ............................. : Enabled
    CxE................................: Enabled
    Execute Disable Bit ...........: Enabled
    Virtualization....................: Disabled
    Hyper Threading ..............: Disabled
    Active Processor Cores .....: All
    CPU QPI Latency ..............: Auto
    IOH QPI Latency ...............: Auto
    CPU QPI Drive Strength .......: Auto
    IOH QPI Drive Strength .......: Auto


    Memory Settings
    Memory Controller Settings
    IMC Configuration .................: Enabled
    Channel Congifuration ............: Independent
    Channel Interleaving ..............: 6-way
    Rank Interleaving ..................: 4-way

    Memory Timings
    Extreme Memory Profile XMP .....: Disabled
    Memory Profile Select .............:
    DRAM Timing Control ...............: Manual
    tCL (CAS Latency) .................: 8T
    tRCG (RAS to CAS Delay) .........: 9T Biggest effect on performance and overclock
    tRP (RAS Precharge) ...............: 8T
    tRAS (Precharge Delay) ............: 16T
    CR (Command Rate) .................: 1T
    tRFC (Refresh Cycle Time) ........: 62T Big effect on stability, little effect on performance
    tWR (Write Recovery Time) .......: 6T
    tWTR (Write to Read Delay) ......: 14T Big effect on stability, little effect on performance
    tRRD (RAS to RAS Delay) ...........: 3T
    tRTP (Read to Precharge) ..........: 3T

    All Voltage Settings

    CPU Voltages
    CPU Core Voltage ................: +300mv [DMM reading 1.482v load
    CPU Target Core Voltage ......: 1.4875V (VID=1.1875)
    CPU Vdroop COMPENSATION .: Disabled
    CPU VTT (UnCore) Voltage ...: +340mV DMM reading 1.424v
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting .......: 1.800V
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl ......: 0.800V

    Memory Voltages
    DRAM Voltage ......................: 1.84V DMM reading 1.812v
    DIMM1 Vref CA (Addresses) ....: .500
    DIMM1 Vref DQ (Data) ...........: .500
    DIMM2 Vref CA (Addresses) ....: .500
    DIMM2 Vref DQ (Data) ...........: .500
    DIMM3 Vref CA (Addresses) ....: .500
    DIMM3 Vref DQ (Data) ...........: .500

    Chipset Voltages
    X58 IOH Core Voltage .............: 1.22V
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.1V ................: 1.125V
    X58 IOH VCCA 1.5V ................: 1.518V
    ICH10 SB Voltage ..................: 1.530V

    OC Gear :
    Spread Spectrum ..................: Disabled
    CPU Clock Skew ...................: 100ps Really helps over 4.5ghz
    IOH Clock Skew ...................: 0ps

    CPU Turbo .........................: Disabled
    System Turbo .....................: Enabled

    Clock Speed Control Center
    CPU Bclock (FSB) ................: 207
    QPI Link Fast Mode ..............: Enabled
    QPI Multiplier ......................: x18
    QPI Target Speed ................: 3730MHz
    CPU Core Multiplier ...............: x23
    CPU Core Target Speed .........: 4765MHz
    CPU Uncore Multiplier ............: x20
    CPU Uncore Target Speed .....: 4144MHz
    Memory Bus Multiplier ...........: x10
    Memory Bus Target Speed .....: 2072MHz
    PCI Express Bus Clock ..........: 102MHz


    Equipment:

    Water Blocks...: CPU (EK Supreme LT), NB (Bloodrage Included Block), GFX (2 x EK FC-260GTX)
    Pump..........: DD CPX-Pro
    Radiators.....: Magicool 360mm XT [3 x 120mm akasa @1350rpm + 3 x 120mm Yate Loon SL @ 1350rpm] || Magicool 240mm XT [3 x Yate Loon SM, 1 x Scythe SFF12 all@1500rpm]
    Air.................: OCZ XTC Memory Cooler
    Memory.......: 3x2gb Crucial Ballistix 1333mhz c7 (D9GTS)
    PSU............: PC Power & Cooling Silencer Quad 750
    Video..........: GTX260 SLI
    Storage.......: G.Skill Falcon 64gb
    Soundcard...: Asus Xonar D2 PCI
    Operating Sys..: Win 7 x64 Enterprise
    Temps.........: Linx:85|83|82|83 ||| Prime:75|73|71|72 ||| Gaming:68|64|61|61
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    edit: forgot to add specs
    Bloodrage GTI with P07 bios, i7 920 D0 3903A485, Mushkin Redlines

    Sorry everyone for posting another one of these. I just need some help getting prime95 stable. Did the In-place large FFTs test and within a min workers stopped so I ended the program before I got a BSOD. Here are my settings:

    Code:
    CPU Features 
    PPM : Enabled
    EIST : Enabled
    CxE : Disabled
    Execute Disable Bit : Disabled
    Virtualization : Disabled
    Hyper Threading : Enabled
    Active Processor Cores : All
    
    Memory Settings 
    DRAM Timing Control : 6
    tCL (CAS Latency) : 7
    tRCG (RAS to CAS Delay) : 6
    tRP (RAS Precharge) : 16
    tRAS (Precharge Delay) : 1T
    CR (Command Rate) : Auto
    tRFC (Refresh Cycle Time) : Auto
    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 : +110Mv
    CPU Target Core Voltage : 1.385
    CPU Vdroop Compensation : Enabled
    CPU VTT (UnCore) Voltage : +40Mv
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting : 1.8v
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl : 1.65v
    
    Memory Voltages 
    DRAM Voltage : 1.65
     
    CPU Turbo : Enabled
    System Turbo : Always On
    Clock Speed Control Center 
    CPU Bclock (FSB) : 200
    QPI Link Fast Mode : Enabled
    QPI Multiplier : x18
    CPU Core Multiplier : x20
    If I didn't list a setting it was probably just left at auto.


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    Updated some settings

    Code:
    CPU Features 
    PPM : Enabled
    EIST : Enabled
    CxE : Disabled
    Execute Disable Bit : Enabled
    Virtualization : Enabled
    Hyper Threading : Enabled
    Active Processor Cores : All
    
    Memory Settings 
    DRAM Timing Control : 6
    tCL (CAS Latency) : 7
    tRCG (RAS to CAS Delay) : 6
    tRP (RAS Precharge) : 16
    tRAS (Precharge Delay) : 1T
    CR (Command Rate) : Auto
    tRFC (Refresh Cycle Time) : Auto
    tWR (Write Recovery Time) : Auto
    tWTR (Write to Read Delay) : Auto
    tRRD (RAS to RAS Delay) : Auto
    tRTP (Read to Precharge) : Auto
    
    CPU Voltages 
    CPU Core Voltage : +130Mv
    CPU Vdroop Compensation : Enabled
    CPU VTT (UnCore) Voltage : +180Mv
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting : 1.8v
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl : 1.65v
    
    Memory Voltages 
    DRAM Voltage : 1.65
     
    CPU Turbo : Enabled
    System Turbo : Enabled
    Clock Speed Control Center 
    CPU Bclock (FSB) : 205
    QPI Link Fast Mode : Enabled
    QPI Multiplier : x18
    CPU Core Multiplier : x20
    Uncore : x16
    MBM : x8
    CPU Clock Skew - 0ps
    IOH Clock Skew - 0ps



    edit-

    Do my voltages look right? Now when I run prime95 computer just restarts

    cpu core: 1.42
    vtt(uncore): 1.34
    ddr3 mem: 1.66
    x58 IOH core: 1.10
    Last edited by ensu3; 10-09-2009 at 04:55 PM.

  23. #98
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    Try IOH core at 1.18v or 1.22v.

    Also for testing change your memory timings to 8-8-8-24 and see if prime still restarts your pc. I suspect it wont. My BR won't run cas6 above 1550mhz with stability no matter what I do. I get my best performance at 8-8-7-16 or 8-9-8-24, but you'll have to have a play yourself as each setup reacts slightly differently.

    GL .

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    Problem resolved by going from the initial 20x multi down to 19 while using turbo to get up to 21.

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    Here are my settings for a stable overclock to 4.0GHz.

    Code:
    CPU & Batch (i7 920 D0 – 3903A485)
    RAM Model (2x3GB Mushkin Redlines)
    Bios Ver: Quantum BIOS (P07)
    
    CPU Features 
    PPM : Enabled
    EIST : Enabled
    CxE : Disable
    Execute Disable Bit : Disabled 
    Virtualization : Disabled
    Hyper Threading : Enabled
    Active Processor Cores : All
    Current Feedback Override : Disabled
    
    Memory Settings 
    Memory Controller Settings 
    IMC Configuration : Enabled
    Channel Configuration : Independent
    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) : Auto
    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 : +20mV
    CPU Target Core Voltage : 1.29500
    CPU Vdroop Compensation : Disabled
    CPU VTT (UnCore) Voltage : +40mV
    1.8 PPL Voltage Setting : 1.800V
    CPU Clock Amplitude Ctrl : 0.800V
    Memory Voltages 
    DRAM Voltage : 1.65V
    DIMM1 Vref CA (Addresses) : x 0.500
    DIMM1 Vref DQ (Data) : x 0.500
    DIMM2 Vref CA (Addresses) : x 0.500
    DIMM2 Vref DQ (Data) : x 0.500
    DIMM3 Vref CA (Addresses) : x 0.500
    DIMM3 Vref DQ (Data) : x 0.500
    Chipset Voltages 
    X58 IOH Core Voltage : 1.12V
    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) : 191MHz
    QPI Link Fast Mode : Enabled
    QPI Multiplier : x18
    QPI Target Speed : 3443MHz (6.9GT/s) 
    CPU Core Multiplier : x19
    CPU Core Target Speed : 3635MHz 
    CPU Uncore Multiplier : x16
    CPU Uncore Target Speed : 3064MHz 
    Memory Bus Multiplier : x8
    Memory Bus Target Speed : 1532MHz (DDR3 1532)
    CPU Clock Skew : 0ps
    IOH Clock Skew : 0ps

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