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Originally Posted by Ryanhabs View Post

instead of dropping your OC, you should better adjust your Vcore. 1.43 vcore for a 4.7 or even a 4.9 is high.
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That is my stable 24/7 set up on an i7 with HT on. Maybe someone else can confirm this but I think hyper threading causes the use of higher voltage so throwing aside the silicon lottery for a second, you should need virtually the same or a little less vcore than me @ 4.9Ghz. dropping your vcore will also help to decrease your temps. You need to spend a little time stabilizing your OC. once you find a speed you want for 24/7 usage and its stable at _.__v note the numbers its working at and slowly drop the vcore 1 notch at a time until it becomes unstable again. The jump it back up 1 notch and you have your minimum vcore and its stable. generating less heat too.

Just because your chip requires a certain voltage to run at a certain speed, does not mean his will be able to accomplish the same settings. Especially when your running a 2700k, which is suppose to overclock better to begin with.
 
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post #12 of 21
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I already did all of that. 4.7ghz @ 1.42v is the lowest voltage it will take to stay stable. Below that it crashes. frown.gif

What is the BSOD error?
 
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@ 4.7..your temps are looking a lot better :thumb.gif:
I had that mobo..Umm..try lowering the cpu pll voltage..also..Maybe your LLC is off
I had to set it to 1 to get it to work at all.
Maybe you can set the LLC and then lower voltage and get better temps.
Also try lowering cpu pll voltage.
Post your BIOS settings ph34r-smiley.gif
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What is the BSOD error?

I'm not sure. I'll try to write it down next time I get it.
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Just because your chip requires a certain voltage to run at a certain speed, does not mean his will be able to accomplish the same settings. Especially when your running a 2700k, which is suppose to overclock better to begin with.

I know that no 2 chips are the same when it comes to OCing that is why I stated putting the silicon lottery aside for a second. You should be able to lower the CPU PLL to 1.8 or I have heard of people putting it to 1.7v if the bios allows to try to take a bit more off your heat. My bios locks it @ 1.8v . I thought c3 and c6 state should be disabled also, atleast as far as the guides I have read all say turn them off. Like schmuckly said, about LLC and PLL, I don't know how many levels of LLC your bios has but try to eliminate any amount of Vdroop to your vcore and that might help getting to 1.4 or lower as the vcore is getting a solid amount of supplied volts. Really your just going to have to play a little bit.
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Dropped it down to 4.7ghz..

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That looks fine to me. What seems to be the problem?

Try setting the LLC level to 2 and that should eliminate the vrise under load, if you require a little more voltage to compensate that, then increase the Vcore.
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That looks fine to me. What seems to be the problem?.

Others were saying it was way too high volts or whatever.
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The general responses were for when your cores were showing 80 degrees + when under full load. Your temps are elevated but not to a dangerous level @ your 4.7GHz settings. To get the temps down there are 2 things you can do, increase cooling or decrease voltage. If you need that much voltage to hit your target OC then there is nothing you can really do about that but that just leaves the other option of better cooling. You know your temps are okay @ 4.7GHz so you can ride that out until you either get a better cooling option or find a way to optimize the cooling you have now.
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