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Post stability?

Klute_Onren
Level 9
Just curious what tips anyone may have for increasing post stability. x99 sabertooth 5820k

I'm restarting my clocking on this machine from the beginning, vcore 1.10 everything auto no turbo no speedstep. I am only changing one setting at a time, right now push core ratio on given vcore.

The question I have, is if I hit a core ratio that doesn't like to post every time, yet when it does get into OS it stresses stable....... what can I do to encourage the post? I'm thinking LLC will have no purpose here but I'm not certain.

Thought's?
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Arne_Saknussemm
Level 40
There are options in BIOS for setting boot voltages for CPU and RAM and eventual voltage for in OS

Arne Saknussemm wrote:
There are options in BIOS for setting boot voltages for CPU and RAM and eventual voltage for in OS


Thank you, I'll look those up when I find this problem again.

Silent_Scone
Super Moderator
Klute_Onren wrote:
Just curious what tips anyone may have for increasing post stability. x99 sabertooth 5820k

I'm restarting my clocking on this machine from the beginning, vcore 1.10 everything auto no turbo no speedstep. I am only changing one setting at a time, right now push core ratio on given vcore.

The question I have, is if I hit a core ratio that doesn't like to post every time, yet when it does get into OS it stresses stable....... what can I do to encourage the post? I'm thinking LLC will have no purpose here but I'm not certain.

Thought's?


Depends on why the system is refusing to POST. If you are only gauging core range and stability, make sure XMP is disabled for now.

At this point, you shouldn't have to touch eventual voltages.
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