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Ok, and if vcore is not enough, it can´t go higher and higher... Maybe I need to touch other values, right? However I will try just the multiplier and hypertreading enabled.

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if vcore is not enough then more vcore (obviously depends on the BSOD code), sometimes the other values can 'help' with stability and sometimes reduce the need for adding vcore, PLL voltage reduction for Asus mobo's is a perfect example.
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if vcore is not enough then more vcore (obviously depends on the BSOD code), sometimes the other values can 'help' with stability and sometimes reduce the need for adding vcore, PLL voltage reduction for Asus mobo's is a perfect example.
I am with PLL at 1.70 right now...

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I am with PLL at 1.70 right now...

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you could later try to reduce further once you've 'found' your desired overclock. At the moment it's all about the vcore.
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you could later try to reduce further once you've 'found' your desired overclock. At the moment it's all about the vcore.
I am running prime95 for about 5 hours, but I don´t know which type of tests prime95 should run. Custom? Or the default ones?

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i heard that when you go over over 4ghz there's no performance difference.
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I am running prime95 for about 5 hours, but I don´t know which type of tests prime95 should run. Custom? Or the default ones?

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it would be a good idea to run a custom blend with around 6/6.5GB.
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it would be a good idea to run a custom blend with around 6/6.5GB.

6.5GB of memory?

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6.5GB of memory?

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80/90% of your available RAM is fine, so if you have 8GB all together, assuming 1.5gb is used up by windows etc, you can use 6GB for testing which leaves 500mb.
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I have BSODs when going with the multiplier to 49... Is VCore 1.48 too much? Can I decrease a little bit PLL?

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I have BSODs when going with the multiplier to 49... Is VCore 1.48 too much? Can I decrease a little bit PLL?

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what BSOD? 101 = more vcore. 124 could be vcore aswell and also vtt or pll voltage.
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