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FYI I've been using the system at 1.2875 CPU PLL for a day now, no issues. I could run it lower but AI Suite spams warnings when it gets to 1.248v
Benchmark scores are the same as they were with 1.8v PLL

I will have to test if this allows me to lower vcore, as was the case on my 2500k.
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So far nothing seems stable with Rapid Storage Tech Enterprise. I have tried all the different versions. Currently have a modded bios with 3.2.0.1126. I get random crashes. I have 5 drives connected to Intel ports. When I have Rapid storage Tech uninstalled and I uninstall the Intel drivers I'm stable with default windows drivers. I guess I don't need it I was installing it to do some SSD cacheing to the secondary drive. But then I just found out x79 doesn't have Intel Smart Response. Oh well. Does anyone know why I get random crashes with intel drivers.
I had problems too with the modded bios or bad luck.
After updating to it, windows would get stuck at the windows logo with the HDD led on.
If I put my Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 1.5TB at my htpc with a dock, it would take some time for it, for the first time to be ready (led was going for 30-60 secs), after that it would again function properly.
So, guessing that the hdd was about to die (my last surviving Seagate), I replaced it with a new WD and upgraded my 30GB Vertex (Windows) to a 120GB Vertex4. Then windows setup doesn't see the Vertex4 on the sata3 ports only on the sata2.
I downgraded my bios back to the standard 2105 and everything works as expected.
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FYI I've been using the system at 1.2875 CPU PLL for a day now, no issues. I could run it lower but AI Suite spams warnings when it gets to 1.248v
Benchmark scores are the same as they were with 1.8v PLL

I will have to test if this allows me to lower vcore, as was the case on my 2500k.

So, a super-low PLL voltage has no affect on performance or stability and lets you lower vcore a bit? Nice. This voltage help at really high overclocks or something? Because it's the same on my Lightning, even with a high overclock. I actually hit my max because of the PLL voltage. I was stable at 1455mhz with all the voltages maxed, then I tried with the PLL at -50mv, and I actually squeezed another 6mhz out.
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Hmm, my 4.5Ghz offset/c1e profile wouldn't even boot with 125 strap (36x 125, mem @ 2000)
Maybe I'm doing it wrong although that setup works fine on 125 strap + manual voltage.
Not worth it IMO, I love C1E/Offset

I have been trying to get my overclock to work with the 125 strap and I haven't had any luck either. I used my current overclock as a template. I ran it a little slower with the same voltage and gets to the windows loading screen then locks up. This is with the 2105B bios from the ROG forums. I may try it with the unmodded 2105 bios.
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So, a super-low PLL voltage has no affect on performance or stability and lets you lower vcore a bit? Nice. This voltage help at really high overclocks or something? Because it's the same on my Lightning, even with a high overclock. I actually hit my max because of the PLL voltage. I was stable at 1455mhz with all the voltages maxed, then I tried with the PLL at -50mv, and I actually squeezed another 6mhz out.

Depends on the chip and architecture AFAIK. I have yet to confirm if it makes a difference on my 3930k. But with the 3x 2500k's I played with, it made a small difference on one of them, allowed me to lower stable vcore by 0.012v. Not much, but it's free =)
Will test if I can lower vcore, as a result, later this week.

And yes, likewise with my lightning, I was the one that suggested dropping PLL =P. Allowed a 7Mhz increase (benching clocks) for me as well =D
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I have been trying to get my overclock to work with the 125 strap and I haven't had any luck either. I used my current overclock as a template. I ran it a little slower with the same voltage and gets to the windows loading screen then locks up. This is with the 2105B bios from the ROG forums. I may try it with the unmodded 2105 bios.

It should work fine with manual voltage. Disable C1E and C7. You can leave C3 and C6 enabled for manual voltage, lowers idle temps a bit.
    
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Sorry I meant to say 125 strap with offset voltage. Manual voltage works no problem.
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And yes, likewise with my lightning, I was the one that suggested dropping PLL =P. Allowed a 7Mhz increase (benching clocks) for me as well =D

You were the one? Ha. Nice. I was wondering who it was that suggested it. Well, thanks for helping me break 1460mhz thumb.gif
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Sorry I meant to say 125 strap with offset voltage. Manual voltage works no problem.

Well in theory we should need to bump our offset voltage which admittedly I have not tried yet. the VID onto which the offset voltage gets added to, is tied to the multiplier. For 125 strap we are using lower multipliers for the same OC, so in theory offset voltage would need to be higher to compensate. Will also test this later but I think that's how it works.

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You were the one? Ha. Nice. I was wondering who it was that suggested it. Well, thanks for helping me break 1460mhz thumb.gif

I wish I had something nice to say, but really I'm jealous as hell =P
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You were the one? Ha. Nice. I was wondering who it was that suggested it. Well, thanks for helping me break 1460mhz thumb.gif

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Well in theory we should need to bump our offset voltage which admittedly I have not tried yet. the VID onto which the offset voltage gets added to, is tied to the multiplier. For 125 strap we are using lower multipliers for the same OC, so in theory offset voltage would need to be higher to compensate. Will also test this later but I think that's how it works.
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I wish I had something nice to say, but really I'm jealous as hell =P

I don't know. I tried pumping more than double the voltage through what it needed at manual and It seemed to help. I started out by putting approximately the same voltage through it and couldn't boot. I started upping the voltage and then it would start to load windows and freeze. I think I got up to almost 1.5V and it still would not get into windows at 4.625GHz so I stopped.
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