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I think he was saying 1.35 not 3.3. I don't think any processor can handle 3.3voltage.

Really bad typo - thanks for pointing it out.

I meant 1.330. You don't think 1.35 will be overkill if its running (currently) perfectly with 1.325?
post #12 of 14
nice, it takes 1.36 with offset +.025 for me to get 4.8, comes out to 1.41 max under load with lvl 2 LLC

p95 doesn't really produce high temps at all for me, they barely break 60, LinX on the other hand goes up to high 70's.
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As i'm in the process of learning, what do you mean by the following?

[quote name="mtbiker033" url="/t/1244227/i5-2500k-at-4-8-ghz-with-1-325-vcore/10#post_16995362"with offset +.025[/quote]

As for LLC - I have mine set to Ultra High as recommended in an article I was reading today. I desperately want to avoid using Auto settings as I hear it tends to overcompensate..
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LLC stands for Load Line Calibration (or was it Control?) it ups the vcore when your CPU is under load to avoid a drop in vcore and resulting unstability.
If your LLC level is higher, the idle vcore will be lower, and the vcore under load will be higher.

By the way, i'd only up the vcore if you have a BSOD. Otherwise you'll only shorten lifespan and up the temps.
If you are starting to enjoy this overclocking you should try for 5ghz just for the lulz. Give it around 1.45v, don't stress test(!) just do a superpi 1M run and get a nice cpu-z screenshot thumb.gif
    
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