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i5 2500k @ 4.0ghz vcore?

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Hello ive managed to oveclock a little bit this monster. So i got it easy on 4.0ghz by seting 40x multiplier, 13.33 stable ram, 100.00 stable BCLK, disabled the CPU PLL, disabled the intel turbo boost, i have all the saving power settings enabled since my overclock is done and last i enabled the LLC. This overclock is done in bios and my vcore there is 1.33v which is fine by me and really its 100% stable for 3 weeks or something.

When i stressed tested with OCCT and monitoring with coretemp and easytune 6 i got max CORE temps @ 59C while in idle is 25C, my vcore was running @ 1.308v stable thats what easytune said BUT when ooct finished the graph showed that my Vcore was on 1.41...

Which one shall i believe for my Vcore??? My opinion is that OCCT is completely wrong because if i was trully on 1.41 my temps would have been higher.

thanks in advance
post #2 of 36
Either way that's high for 4Ghz. Try the newest CPU-Z
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post #3 of 36
Try some more things and see what is says the vcore is on.
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Yeah, I can't imagine you'd be at 1.41 @ 4GHz, considering I'm at 4.7GHz 24/7 using 1.38v, and my temps don't go past 59C, with the same exact processor.
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post #5 of 36
My 2500k will do 4.0ghz on the stock voltage, just changing the multi to 40x.

I think stock voltage is like .988v, just fyi.
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on idle i am on 0.7xx volt and in full load im on 1.308v which is normal... thats what easytune 6 says on monitoring..


the thing is why occt says 1.41 the same time that easytune says 1.308 (keep in mind that my vcore is on auto)??
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At 4Ghz my 2500K needs 1.15v
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Im not asking of how much is in your pc's... Im asking if occt or easytune is wrong? I mean 1.41 is too much... and its on auto with pll disabled and LLC enabled...
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on idle i am on 0.7xx volt and in full load im on 1.308v which is normal... thats what easytune 6 says on monitoring..


the thing is why occt says 1.41 the same time that easytune says 1.308 (keep in mind that my vcore is on auto)??

Well having the vcore on auto will always overcompensate, that is one of the main reasons for tweaking... I would try setting the voltage manually.
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I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure OCCT is wrong, hell, I'm not even sure Easytune is right. Your coming close to voltages that I'm seeing when O.C to 4.7GHz. In general your voltages seem high, to me, regardless.
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