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4.6 @ 1.272v
In BIOS I have it set at 1.26v. I'm assuming the extreme LLC setting is bumping it up a little bit. Probably going to try Ultra High instead.
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Yep Extreme will over shoot it a bit and Ultra should make it what you set it too.
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for the ones that were intrested in my bios settings, i took some screenshots : bios.zip 2620k .zip file

Thank you sir you have the same setup as me but I have a few questions.

What is the affect of using additional turbo voltage instead of just setting more voltage in your fixed cpu voltage? Thats the only thing I see different other than my ram runs at higher volts and I put the long duration to 500 and 1s and short to 500. I will probably change these back and see if I can get away with lower volts.
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Thank you sir you have the same setup as me but I have a few questions.
What is the affect of using additional turbo voltage instead of just setting more voltage in your fixed cpu voltage? Thats the only thing I see different other than my ram runs at higher volts and I put the long duration to 500 and 1s and short to 500. I will probably change these back and see if I can get away with lower volts.
well i couldnt find an option to disable turbo/turbo overvoltage so i figured i set it to lowest possible(felt better than leaving it on auto). i havent actually tested wether there are any positive side effects of doing this though. i have no idea what the duration thing does, also why i didnt change it tongue.gif
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well i couldnt find an option to disable turbo/turbo overvoltage so i figured i set it to lowest possible(felt better than leaving it on auto). i havent actually tested wether there are any positive side effects of doing this though. i have no idea what the duration thing does, also why i didnt change it tongue.gif

Alright your PLL value why did you lower it?
Also I have my additional turbo volts to .04 now and I set my long duration and short duration to 500 each and the prim and sec plane current limit to 500. also long to 1s. i then went with your turbo volts of .004v and your pll and im going down alot in cpu volts i need to boot into windows. This is progress smile.gif

I have dropped from 1.32 to 1.295. Still going smooth.(obviously this isnt completely stable yet since im just going off of windows boots and loading up chrome, i need to prime95 it when I get closer)

Also note I am on version 1.10 of our BIOS, there is a new 1.20 out but im not going to flash until I see where I get with this one.
Edited by aar0nsky - 5/5/12 at 9:56am
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Alright your PLL value why did you lower it?
Also I have my additional turbo volts to .04 now and I set my long duration and short duration to 500 each and the prim and sec plane current limit to 500. also long to 1s. i then went with your turbo volts of .004v and your pll and im going down alot in cpu volts i need to boot into windows. This is progress smile.gif
I have dropped from 1.32 to 1.295. Still going smooth.(obviously this isnt completely stable yet since im just going off of windows boots and loading up chrome, i need to prime95 it when I get closer)
Also note I am on version 1.10 of our BIOS, there is a new 1.20 out but im not going to flash until I see where I get with this one.
i thought the pll was set at 1.8 at stock, when i saw it was close to 1.9 when overclocked i figured i better set it back to 1.8. probably i just had a bit of brainlag when i did that and it was always at 1.9... anyway it was stable either way, i dont really know.
being able to boot to windows really doesnt say much if your going the right way. if your 1.32 is stable, it might be so that your 1.295 isnt, and you have just been lucky booting into windows..
My board came with the bios stock on 1.20, i flashed it to 1.30 at some point.. i thought 1.20 was the bios with IB support?
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well i not only changed the pll, but i also change primary plane current limit and secondary plane current limit and the additional turbo voltage. It is holding at the voltage I have as a fixed value and I am running at 1.275 in a stress test for 6-8 hours until I get home. The secret to me using less voltage is in one or some of the commands I just listed since it seems to be 100% stable. I checked on it 2 hours in and the temps are less than 70*C under full load and no errors so far. I am running custom blend with 80% of my ram in use. I will have screenshots up later but I believe the secret lies in these commands to keep it running cool and using less cpu voltage while still overclocking really high. If this goes well with the test after 8 hours I will try going higher with less volts. I will provide BIOS screenshots for any other ASRock guys that it might help or anyone else than can gather any info from it.

To clarify things im at 4600MHz @ 1.275 volts. I have LLC on level 1(100%) and i believe it holds the voltage higher at about 1.280.

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I posted my success with my 3770K [Batch L204B343 bought at NCIX] (4.9GHz @ 1.33v) in the Ivy Bridge Owner's thread...but I'm posting here to get some tips on how I can tweak my voltages! I'm a noob when it comes to VCCIO/PLL/VRM/etc.....

Here's my 3770K is in the same single loop with my overclocked HD7970!

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Idles around 35c, Gaming around 55c, Prime95 around 80c, IBT and LinX around 90c. Will run a 12Hr P95 Blend on Sunday.

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Here are the settings I could use some tips on tweaking please!!!

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post #118 of 3800
Loadline calibration to low.


Power Phase control Optimized or Aggresive, Aggresive is for 4.8+ but generates more heat.

Cant see VRM freq but if you have it raise it.



How come you changed VCCSA, VCCIO and PCH voltage?
You also lowered PLL?

Try fine tuning with adjusting the multiplier and bclck
Edited by MaFi0s0 - 5/5/12 at 8:10pm
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CPU current capability should be at 75% not 100% or 140%.

You can't set 75%, and i'm unsure why you would want to.

140% is the default on that board when overclocking.
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Oh I got it confused with loadline calibration. Yea it should be high actually. Will edit.
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