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post #61 of 107
Thats a pretty sweet vcore for ur 4.5 wildcard and not far off being a golden chip, i would be very happy with that cpu right there lol
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Here are my current settings (I'd take screenshot but it is not detecting my USB):
Turbo Ratio: By All Cores (set to 45)
PLL Overvoltage: Auto
EPU Power Saving: Disabled
CPU Offset Voltage is AUTO LOL (I thought I had manually set this, but obviously it is working out OK)
VCCIO Voltage is Auto
PCH Voltage Auto
Load-Line Calibration is Auto
CU Spread Spectrum is Enabled



Oh BTW I have read that for offset overclocking, you should DISABLE C3,C6 states. Although they are enabled with my above overclock and I have no issues.

Ok I have everything the same as you there except the folloing:

- my offset voltage does not have an auto option.
- My Load Line Callibration was set to enabled and so I've changed it to auto.
- I can't find my EPU power saving option frown.gif

I'll just keep lowering the voltage until I bsod I think. Did you go higher than 4.5 yet? Let me know what happens smile.gif
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Ok I was just writing my Vcore results with Prime95 going in the background and I finally got old blue! YES!!! I'm now a veteran OCer!! (just kidding)
Error message: clock_watchdog_timeout. I had to restart as it was stuck on this screen even though it said it was gathering more information (it was stuck at 84% for 5 mins, is that normal?)

I believe this happened because I did not set my offset to auto like WildCard, it was just left at - 0.020.
I went back to the offset and changed it to 0.000, low and behold it magically turned into "auto"!

So now I'm running prime again and the vcore is between 1.336 and 1.344 which I guess sounds good. It's not as low as yours WildCard but did yours alternate between volts like mine or was your completely stable at one value?
post #64 of 107
Left prime running all night and no apparent problems, vcore is stil between 1.336 and 1.344
post #65 of 107
Thats pretty good and much better than before, no more spikes ? and it seems the auto feature is pretty good for that frequency but anything higher than 4.7 i think you will need to adjust the offset manually so the cpu doesnt get overvolted like youre previous spikes lol
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Thats pretty good and much better than before, no more spikes ? and it seems the auto feature is pretty good for that frequency but anything higher than 4.7 i think you will need to adjust the offset manually so the cpu doesnt get overvolted like youre previous spikes lol
Like I say the vcore is between 1.336 and 1.344 so I guess this is a small spike?
I'm just a little concerned using auto for the offset, and using auto for LLC instead of enabled. What is the difference between enabled and auto?
post #67 of 107
yeah that spike off 0.012 is much better, anything over a spike or vdroop off anything over 0.020 is considered fairly high but still just about acceptable, u was getting spikes off over 0.200 lol, you can by all means use auto for a standard overclock like that but still not what the bare minimum of what the cpu needs as the motherboards bios will usually give it more, which is where we fine tune it in manual, more so in the slightly higher vcore range like around 1.4, us overclockers would prefer to manualy fine tune than use on auto, its like an automatic car vs manual car in a strange sense but at that vcore and at that speed its pretty decent, especially for a beginner tongue.gif
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Yea my vcore fluctuates as well. And with this board, no matter what I try, I can't seem to get much higher. I think the VRMs are too crappy or something. My chip stays below 70C, but it will start fluctuating between 4.7 and then 3.3Ghz I think it is some in-built protection.
   
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Sorry for the necro.


Hi I have a p8p67 LE Motherboard with a i5 2500k. My CPU constantly goes between 1.6Ghz, 2.2Ghz, 2.7Ghz and 4Ghz. My CPU is currently clocked at 4.0Ghz and my Vcore is constantly fluctuating as well. It is never really steady. Back in 2011 when I first got the LE and i5 2500k I had set it on Asus Optimal settings. All of a sudden while I was messing with my stream settings my computer screen went black and a message appeared saying that the overclock had failed. The computer restarted and I immediately went into the Bios and reset everything back to default. It never booted again. I don't understand though because just the day before I was streaming for a solid 12 hours with no issues. The vcore was sitting at 1.43 though @ only a 4.3Ghz OC. Even back then I knew that was crazy. I'm kind of scared to OC past 4Ghz. I accidently bent a pin or two when I was removing the protective CPU socket cover. Some how it actually still worked. I was extremely pissed off when I did it though because that was just a few minutes after the UPS man just dropped off my RMA'd motherboard. Anyways, will having two bent pins cause any major errors? It has been this way since Feb 2012.
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Generally a majority of the pins are ground I believe. But if you've been running fine for 2 years I wouldn't worry about it. As for overclock, 1.4v+ is way too high for that low of an OC.
   
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