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Now that i think about it, put the RAM back at stock and then mess with the VTT.
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Ok, right now I'm running:

Vcore: 1.345
RAM: 1.5v, 1333MHz, 9-9-9-24-1t
VTT: Auto
CPU PLL: Auto (I tried lowering this and I was getting restarts after ~15 minutes?)

If only it were as easy as OC'ing my good old Phenom II 955.
    
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Hey Team,
Just got the first of hopefully many 925pt WU's!
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Ok, right now I'm running:

Vcore: 1.345
RAM: 1.5v, 1333MHz, 9-9-9-24-1t
VTT: Auto
CPU PLL: Auto (I tried lowering this and I was getting restarts after ~15 minutes?)

If only it were as easy as OC'ing my good old Phenom II 955.
I guess leave the CPU PLL in auto, since the only benefit of lowering it is the load temps. Right now, we have to prevent that rig from rebooting. Regarding your vcore, is that the lowest stable setting for that CPU? I hate to ask this but I'll say it anyway, do you know that in SB chips, you can get BSODs or system reboots if it's too high and also when it's too low(which is the obvious)?

Just making sure because I think that's kindda high. (But of course every chip is different).

What's your PSU?
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_s3v3n_, <1.35V doesn't cause BSOD's for too much voltage. My 2500k does:
4.4 @ 1.305
4.5 @ 1.325
4.6 @ 1.345
All with VCCIO (VTT) at 1.1
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_s3v3n_, <1.35V doesn't cause BSOD's for too much voltage. My 2500k does:
4.4 @ 1.305
4.5 @ 1.325
4.6 @ 1.345
All with VCCIO (VTT) at 1.1
I'm not sure on 2500K since I have not push mine to its potential. Actually I will replace this with a 980x (got a super deal from someone in the other forum).
But this is what I noticed on my 2600K, they're really a biatch to fine tune. When I was in the process of fine tuning it, I bought 3 different motherboards thinking that it might be the chipset or something but still having issues until I went to lower my memory speed from 1600 to 1333 and all the issues went away.

We'll know soon enough once falcon comes back.
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Will you be able to fold on the 980x in the same slot (ie do the rules allow)?
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Will you be able to fold on the 980x in the same slot (ie do the rules allow)?
I doubt it. Some are already complaining about having two 2600K in a team even if it's allowed.

But the main reason I bought this is folding.
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Let me ask Z
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I guess leave the CPU PLL in auto, since the only benefit of lowering it is the load temps. Right now, we have to prevent that rig from rebooting. Regarding your vcore, is that the lowest stable setting for that CPU? I hate to ask this but I'll say it anyway, do you know that in SB chips, you can get BSODs or system reboots if it's too high and also when it's too low(which is the obvious)?

Just making sure because I think that's kindda high. (But of course every chip is different).

What's your PSU?
I had no idea that too much voltage could cause BSOD or a reboot. I think that 1.345 is the minimum, but I guess something else could have been causing problems when I thought I needed more Vcore. I'll try lowering it.

edit: I'm almost positive you can't have the 980x and the 2600k on the same team. It's a six core/12 thread one, right?
    
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