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So with that, I do skip the trimmings? And just put som extra on VCCIO? Is that all that needs to be done for the memory OC, or should I set the main 1.5v higher aswell?

I have read that it doesnt really matter if I have them on 1600 or 1333 because that makes no difference. So is it really neccessary to put them higher than 1600?
Edited by Akehage - 5/29/11 at 8:53am
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Have VRM 350, LLC I am going to change later when home, disable spread is fixed already, as the cstates are enabled already, so I am going to try the VCCIO and LLC and see if that helps, should I try 4.7 at 1.35-1.37 maybe?
The way I got to where I am is I set my settings like I suggested then I started at 4.0 and did 5 pass IBT runs with all my memory. Pass, bump the multi/fail, bump the offset v, then retest. Then I got to 4.8 GHz and crashed into a wall for voltage (1.42ish), and backed off to 4.7 at 1.34 and started real stress testing, passed and I'm a happy camper with a 4.7 GHz chip that doesn't get to 50c on 100 load
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Thanks for the answer, going home by bus, but please keep posting and I will read back home and try the settings irl!
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nu på 4.6 med 1.38. Vet inte om jag ska gå efter detta eller ha kvar den på 4.5 med mindre VCore för att spara cpu? Fast vet ju inte om 1.38 är så kritiskt än.
Har iaf ändrat nu LLC, VCCIO, phase controll har jag på Tprobe? kanske bättre på extrem? - verkar iaf fungera lite lite bättre med de ändringar jag blev tipsade om här, så tack för det.
Någon som alltså har testat nya bios? Eller är det fortfarande 1502 som gäller?

On 4.6Ghz @ 1.38v now. Dont really know if I should keep this settings or have the 4.5 @ 1.33v instead. What do you think? The LLC and VCCIO changes seemed to work a little bit better, have alltså increased the v on memory a bit.

I have phase on t.probe, should I use it or change to extreme if I dont overseed 4.6Ghz?
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My settings. I have done some changes with LLC, PLL, VCCIO, Cstates and VRM. And I have seen that thoose settings did make the VCore to be a little bit lower and no BSOD with that as I got before. So please check my settings and comment on those!

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Turbo Ratio [By All Cores]
By All Cores [46]
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Memory Frequency [DDR3-1600Mhz]
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DRAM Timing Control [9.9.9.24.2]
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   Long Duration Power Limit [Auto]
   Long Duration Maintained [Auto]
   Short Duration Power Limit [Auto]
   Additional Turbo Voltage [Auto]
   Primary Plane Correct Limit [Auto]
Load Line Calibration [Ultra High]
VRM Frequency [Manual]
   VRM Fixed Frequency Mode [350]
Phase Control [Extreme]
Duty Control [Extreme]
CPU Current Capability [100%]
CPU Voltage [Manual]
DRAM Voltage [1.52500]
VCCSA Voltage [0.92500]
VCCIO Voltage [1.17500]
CPU PLL Voltage [1.9000]
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The New BIOS ar official at ASUS website now
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