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Overclocking the 2500k

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seems like I had to really push up the vcore 1.44 just to get it stable on 4.5ghz. I disabled everything in the SB guide here on ocn and it did take me 47X on the multiplier before it started crashing. Is this normal or is that really high?

was getting 101 and 0x0000009c errors
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Try increasing QPI/VTT
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Originally Posted by BionicAcid;13832356 
Try increasing QPI/VTT
ill give that a try, so far it's stable using prime 95 blend test for 12 hours.
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