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I could use some help, I can't find the CPU LLC stuff oO

I tried everything, including leaving everything on auto and I cant get the BCLK past 104

This was my last attempt with most on auto except for vcore which I put at 1.4 (tried it with auto before)

What do I change to get a BCKL of 125 working?







Thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by Guilliman1988 View Post

I could use some help, I can't find the CPU LLC stuff oO
I tried everything, including leaving everything on auto and I cant get the BCLK past 104
This was my last attempt with most on auto except for vcore which I put at 1.4 (tried it with auto before)
What do I change to get a BCKL of 125 working?




Thanks in advance!

From what I see in the first screen, Your Bclk is at 125 and strap at 1. You want to reverse that. Set the strap to 1.25, and the Bclk to 100-105. The Bclk should never be more than + or - 7% (93-107). The strap will multiply the Bclk, in this case, by 1.25.
Edited by Rmerwede - 12/19/12 at 8:05am
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I'll be needing the HT but not all the time. Though I don't want to turn it off then on again.
Will try to lower the voltages again but I remember when I increase (-) offset of 0.020 - 0.025, OS BSOD. Is there other setting that I should consider?
Just guessing maybe the thermal paste is not enough to touch the cores inside the SB-E die.
I'm already eyeing on Tuniq TX-4 paste.
Still positive with my coolermaster hyper evo that can do better.
Will post the result soon! Thanks!

Leave offset voltage and just use manual.
My settings as of today(always tweaking) at 4.5GHz:

VTT - 1.15
VCCSA - 1.15
PLL - 1.85

CPU LLC - High
Current Capability - 140%

CPU clock gen filter - Enabled

Then use something like vcore - 1.3v and work up or down from there. See if you're stable through 10 runs of IBT on high, if you are go lower or run p95 and then just repeat with each increment.
Check whether your ram is stable too as you've adjusted the timings/voltage with memtest and/or hyperpi - 32M
Take note of the BSOD error codes you get and read up on what they mean
Edited by thecrim - 12/20/12 at 4:24am
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Leave offset voltage and just use manual.
My settings as of today(always tweaking) at 4.5GHz:
VTT - 1.15
VCCSA - 1.15
PLL - 1.85
CPU LLC - High
Current Capability - 140%
CPU clock gen filter - Enabled

Then use something like vcore - 1.3v and work up or down from there. See if you're stable through 10 runs of IBT on high, if you are go lower or run p95 and then just repeat with each increment.
Check whether your ram is stable too as you've adjusted the timings/voltage with memtest and/or hyperpi - 32M
Take note of the BSOD error codes you get and read up and what they mean

I guess that^ are the basics to get started with good overclocking result?

If I set to manual voltage, thus the power saving feature is still enabled? Because last time I saw is that when the CPU finally relaxed after booting the cpu becomes 1.08ghz but the voltage is still in 1.288v in cpu-z.

Will try memset this weekend but as of my daily task so far no problem (games, compiling, photoshop & archives).
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llc extreme or ultra is a start

could you give me some screens of your bios for like the best way to get 4.8GHz to get an idea of the settings i need
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Will 4750 mhz suffice ? this might not be suitable for your setup.........rolleyes.gif
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Okay this works for me havnt P95 it . I will be back with screeners for u in a minute.........tongue.gif
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Okay bios screeners 4754mhz.....




















Okay there it is now if anybody can improve these settings i am open to modifications thumb.gif
and this helps you out or gives you what you are after rep + me pls .smile.gif I will say again these might not work for you so dont get mad.gif with me i am still learning too...thumb.gif
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And some P95 to go with the settings . Drop your ram speed if you get a 124 bsod which i think is 1700 odd . 101 bsod up the vcore Enjoy thumb.gif

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Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 12/20/12 at 11:36am
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Originally Posted by Rmerwede View Post

The Bclk should never be more than + or - 7% (93-107). The strap will multiply the Bclk, in this case, by 1.25.

Says who????


RIGHT CLICK SAVE AS TO VIEW MY LARGE IMAGE PLEASE smile.gif

Forgive TurboEVO for report wrong voltages etc. I think it conflicts sometimes when you have multiple voltage monitors open.






BCLK 125
STRAP 125
MULTIPLIER 36

CPU Speed 4500 mhz
Rated FSB 5000.1mhz


Much faster than


BCLK 100
STRAP 125
MULTIPLIER 44
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