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Good for you warup congrats! You have to watch for your load temps though, 1.52v is very hot. Unless of course you're in antartica hehe
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WOAH! this actually helped a lot! I was actually able to boot and test at 5GHZ!!! The guy in the video has almost the same set up as me and clarified a couple of settings that were special to this MB alone.

Right now I'm stress testing at 4.9Ghz, and everything is going well, although I get a little unstable at times but thats just due to voltage calibration that I can easily iron out.

He pretty much said:

"set the following...[@ CPU config]"
This settings are not recommended to be disabled IMO, they are only to improve stability and commonly used on temporary extreme OC, not daily use
C1E: Disabled
C3 State: Disabled
C6 State: Disabled
Package C state Support: Disabled
CPU thermal Throttling: Disabled <-This Kinda scares me to disable, even though he said other wise


"set the following...[@ OC Tweaker]"

CPU ratio: Manual -> 50
Internal PLL OverVltg -> Enable
Intel Speedstep -> Enable
Turbo Boost power limit: Manual
->Short Duration power Limit [w]: 180
->Long Duration Power Limit [w]: 140
->Long Duration Power Limit [sec.]: 1
Additional Turbo voltage: Auto
Core Current Limit: 150
BCLK: 100
Spread Specrum: Disabled

DRAM config: All auto except for XMP <-he said to actually lower the speed from its native 1600 to 1333

=-voltage-=

Power Saving: Off
Core Vltg: 1.520 <- seems about right for a 5Ghz from my experience.
CPU LLC: lvl 2 <- this is a very crucial setting: lvl2 is recommended as it keeps the voltage synced, lvl1 will over volt
DRAM: 1.6v <-I changed this myself, because I know this RAM needs more than its native voltage, specially while running x4 sticks
PCH: Auto [1.059]
CPU PLL: 1.709 <- he said to actually lower this from default to save prevent heat, this is a first
VTT: Auto [1.051]
VCCSA: Auto [0.925]

-Well so far everything seems great, I think the culprit were either the LLC, Turboost voltage settings, or CPU PLL voltage. Nonetheless the 4.6 wall was broken! now Im just trying to find the stable sweet spot and keep my CPU running at my good old 4.8Ghz speed.
Just an extra warning. If you run at Intels recommended highest voltage, which is 1.52, do not run your ram above 1.5v. If you do you take the chance of frying the memory controller on the CPU. Got this straight from Intel tech support. That is probably why he recommended your lower your ram settings.
Glad you got things going.
    
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Good for you warup congrats! You have to watch for your load temps though, 1.52v is very hot. Unless of course you're in antartica hehe
Thank, Yeah that voltage is quiet hot and not acceptabled, I will try to take it down as much as I can because know I know the mobo can at least run at 4.6Ghz+

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Just an extra warning. If you run at Intels recommended highest voltage, which is 1.52, do not run your ram above 1.5v. If you do you take the chance of frying the memory controller on the CPU. Got this straight from Intel tech support. That is probably why he recommended your lower your ram settings.
Glad you got things going.
Thanks a lot I did not know that, i will test with the lower RAM setting as well as try to lower the vcore as much as I can.
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Thank, Yeah that voltage is quiet hot and not acceptabled, I will try to take it down as much as I can because know I know the mobo can at least run at 4.6Ghz+



Thanks a lot I did not know that, i will test with the lower RAM setting as well as try to lower the vcore as much as I can.

IMO not worth destroying your stuff just to see "50X" on CPU-Z vs "46X" when its hard to notice the difference otherwise.
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IMO not worth destroying your stuff just to see "50X" on CPU-Z vs "46X" when its hard to notice the difference otherwise.
You are correct, I tried 5Ghz because I just wanted to get passed 4.6Ghz. But now that I can, I will try to shoot for 4.8 with decent voltage.
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