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Asrock extreme 4 + i5 2500k Stable HOW ?

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What's needed to do with i52500k + ASR extreme 4.

4.0~4.5 Ghz stable overclock ?

How?
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Bump up multi to X45
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Just 45x and more ?
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Leave everything on auto, mobo should take care of the rest, try X40 first to see if the auto Vcore stuff works, then try X45. Make sure that internal PLL overvoltage is enabled.
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PLL overvoltage do what ?

CPU PLL Voltage: Generally this doesn't need changing at all, although if increasing the CPU Voltage or the two Vcc options doesn't work, it's worth a try. Using anything over 2V isn't recommended, but 1.9V can help to stabilise an overclock. OK?

Some other settings like c1e, intel speed step needed to be disabled or not ?
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Originally Posted by overclocker23578;13527597 
Leave everything on auto, mobo should take care of the rest, try X40 first to see if the auto Vcore stuff works, then try X45. Make sure that internal PLL overvoltage is enabled.

No point in having PLL Overvoltage enabled for such a low clock.
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Originally Posted by overclocker23578;13527597 
Leave everything on auto, mobo should take care of the rest, try X40 first to see if the auto Vcore stuff works, then try X45. Make sure that internal PLL overvoltage is enabled.

what does PLL overvoltage actually do that it needs to be enabled?

im running at 4.5ghz @ 1.3v with LLC ultra high with no PLL enabled and it seems to work fairly welll...at least for right this minute lol
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LLC is the Point ?


Load-Line Calibration: As the CPU accepts more work, its power draw increases. This in turn causes a voltage drop (vdrop), which is automatically compensated by the motherboard by increasing the applied voltage slightly. Some motherboards might therefore call this option Vdrop, or even more inaccurately, vdroop. Normally Load-Line Calibration is an enable or disable setting. When overclocking, you always want to enable Load-Line Calibration. Some motherboards provide more advanced options, which we'll detail in turn
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