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i would put your vtt/vccio to 1.14/1.15(no higher than 1.2) and your pll at 1.73(safe is between 1.7-1.9 but ive heard of people down at 1.5) and make sure pll overvoltage is on.

have a looksie here there is alot of good information on OCing the 2500k/2600k series in there.
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Thanks for the looksie. I'm going to lower my vcore until it start crashing during boot and then try to find the best settings for pll and vccio. Otherwise tweaking would take ages.
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it is a looong process to say the least. but once you find your sweet spot itdoes make clocking easier
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i would put your vtt/vccio to 1.14/1.15(no higher than 1.2) and your pll at 1.73(safe is between 1.7-1.9 but ive heard of people down at 1.5) and make sure pll overvoltage is on.

have a looksie here there is alot of good information on OCing the 2500k/2600k series in there.
Wow, not even my thread and this helps me as well! Thank you!
 
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Filled 3 A4 pages with test results... ended up using auto for both vccio and PPL.
test @1.235, 1.240 & 1.250v
vccio between 1.55000 ~ 1.90000
pll between 1.00000 ~ 1.17500

Other settings:
PLL Overvoltage - enabled
LLC - auto (more stable than ultra high)
VRM - 350 (better than auto)
Phase/Duty Control - Extreem (better than T.Probe)
CPU current Capability - 120% (no difference to 100%)

Conclusions:
@1.235v
vccio: stability seems to peak between 1.14375 ~ 1.16250
PLL: 1.65000 > most stable > 1.80000
Best setting: vccio:1.11250 PLL:1.60000 (The only setting which could show the desktop for 30 sec, others not longer then 1 sec)

@1.240
vccio:1.11250 PLL:1.60000 is much worse than on 1.235v??
auto settings for both seem best, though I didn't test it that much.

@1.250
vccio: best at auto or 1.12500
PLL: 1.65000 > most stable > 1.80000 (1.75000 is by far the worst setting)
Best setting: vccio: auto PLL: auto (The only setting that could perform 2 IBT runs at standard, others couldn't complete 1)

For the more stable cases I got errors 101 or 1E instead of 124. Therefore error 124 seems to mean that, though it can be fixed by raising vcore, the system fails due to an issue related to vccio and or PLL.

Recommended settings:
vccio: auto or 1.12500
PLL: auto or 1.60000

And now I'm going to prime blend for 12+ hours at 1.285 with PPL Overvoltage enabled *crosses-fingers*
Edited by grivy - 10/27/11 at 3:31am
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post #16 of 17
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tipless View Post
i would put your vtt/vccio to 1.14/1.15(no higher than 1.2) and your pll at 1.73(safe is between 1.7-1.9 but ive heard of people down at 1.5) and make sure pll overvoltage is on.

have a looksie here there is alot of good information on OCing the 2500k/2600k series in there.

Hello Tipless, i was searching for info around the web to get my 2500k from 4.5 to 4.8 with 1.45v max, i see you are using the same Mobo as i do so if you don't mind sharing your BIOS OC settings with us? I guess you got that stable ofc? Will report back if i get the settings from you. Thanks in advance.

edit: are you using manual voltage btw? I would set manual voltage to 1.45v max with your oc settings preset
Edited by Ninjasaky - 11/7/11 at 4:15am
post #17 of 17
Sorry for doublepost but i forgot to say that i even had instability problems like crashing every 3-8 hours while gaming @4.5ghz sufficient voltage, but i'm concerned about all the other settings which i wasn't really been able to find in the last couple of months. Help please
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