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[2600k] Lowering CPU Pll resulting in lower gigaflops?

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So my 2600k is pretty stable at 4.5GHz @ 1.305v (LLC 75%). I've read some threads that you can lower the vcore a little if you mess around with the CPU PLL voltages a bit. So I tried it out and it was a overall success with 4.5GHz @ 1.295v (LLC75%) with 1.76875 CPU PLL. I've ran some LinX to check for some stability (run prime later tonight), I lowered the temps (~7c) but I've noticed that the my usually consistent 103 gigaflops dropped down to 98. Does this usually happen?

EDIT:NVM used IBT instead (remembered I updated avx for that and forgot LinX) and got ~103 so I guess it's going fine.
Edited by Twinkadink - 7/27/11 at 7:19am
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sounds like you are all good to go. Now push for 4.7ghz.
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Haha alright no problem!
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Interesting, I didn't know that lowering the pll voltage could improve stability. Looked it up and it seems to be the case. Did you jump straight down to that voltage or slowly decrease it and test?
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I slowly decreased it and tested at each one. Sorry it took a while to respond.
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