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I have PLL Overvoltage enabled. If I'm just going for 4.5 ghz, would I be better off disabling it?
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Originally Posted by BalisongAddict View Post
I have PLL Overvoltage enabled. If I'm just going for 4.5 ghz, would I be better off disabling it?
If you can run stable without PLL overvoltage enabled, then just turn it off; it means you can use S3 sleep again, which PLL breaks.

I need PLL for anything over 4.5ghz on my 2500k sadly.
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