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Feanor September 16, 2012 03:25 PM

SR-2 question
 
Hi everyone.

I'm using an sr-2 motherboard, with 6 x 4gb samsung ddr3-1600 (yes the tiny black ones), two l5639 and watercooling for folding.

I was using a 203 x 18 combination until this week-end, as outside temp lowered below 20c, i tought i'd check what kind of max oc i could get.

Turns out i'm stable at 210 x 18 (intel burn test, y-cruncher and more than 10 frames of a 8101 wu all passed with flying colors). I'm open to any tips to go beyond.

Thing is i keep getting graphic driver recovery errors. How can i stop that?

A few meaningful voltages, according to aida64 and e-leet:

Both cpu: 1,364v
Both vtt: 1,39v
IOH: 1,37v
IOH PLL: 1,78v
Both DRAM: 1,56v

On a side note, is it normal i see temps is 45-50 c zone for the core 0 to 5 of each cpu (in core temp, real temp, e-leet and aida64), but i got cpu0 socket temp to 66c. CPU1 is in the same range. What are the readings i can trust to check my temps? socket or cores?

Thanks everyone in advance.

stoanee September 16, 2012 04:53 PM

Sorry I have no tips for you, you may be at the limit that your setup will go. That is a pretty good overclock as it is.

3.0charlie September 16, 2012 04:56 PM

I second that. Drop the OC by 1-2 blck. As for the temps, always rely on the cores.

dandelioneater September 16, 2012 05:42 PM

210 bclk. Thats pretty darn good. I'd say you are at the max of those cpu's as well and 50 degree cpu's under load is very safe. :thumb:

Feanor September 17, 2012 04:01 AM

Ok then. I'll stick with that. I'm just not very confortable with one temp (even if it is not relevant/accurate) in the 70 c range on a 1000$ setup...

Dead Things September 17, 2012 08:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Feanor (Post 656015)
Ok then. I'll stick with that. I'm just not very confortable with one temp (even if it is not relevant/accurate) in the 70 c range on a 1000$ setup...

Those are impressively low vtt and ioh volts for 210 too! I need 1.4 to break 200, 1.425 to break 210 on both my SR-2's.

Feanor September 20, 2012 05:23 AM

Seems like windows and linux doesn't like the same settings: ubuntu freeze at 207 bclk, but is stable at 206. Windows was ok up to 210 bclk. Any thoughts?

stoanee September 20, 2012 05:51 AM

Hmm, my sr2 was originally overclocked using windows, when I switched to Linux nothing changed. Just wondering why the switch to Linux, are you folding with it?

Googling does not return much of anything.

Cptn Vortex October 24, 2012 08:21 AM

Wow, is this my old set up? Impressive OC! I never really tried much over 3.2GHZ, seems like you've really spent some time fine tuning!

MARSTG October 24, 2012 09:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cptn Vortex (Post 665727)
I never really tried much over 3.2GHZ

Geez, I am not even there. I guess I'll need some WC. Can you install h60 on the Mountain Mods 18 case?


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