Originally Posted by HighhBrid
Yea originally I got CPU OC'd st 4.2 GHz with 1.20V and the RAM at 2133 MHz 1.50V but my RAM is rated at 1.65V which also explains why I couldn't POST when I had it set to 2400 MHz in the first place.
So I setup the CPU OC with 2133 MHz memory speed in place. But I was getting stopped Workers in Prime95, so I the DRAM voltage to the rated 1.65V and low behold, I could run at 2400 MHz. And the CPU OC still seems stable.
Running Prime95 12 hour test to be sure.
Sounds good, tell me how it goes.
Originally Posted by IgorHvar
So i menage to get stable 102.3 x 44 on offset voltage with -0.005.When its in load i got 1,264v,BUT i need to put LLC on Extreme(100%) or it is not stable.So is it danger to have it on Extreme LLC if voltage reach only 1,264?
Just for the record,if i put LLC on to Very High(75%) voltage reach only 1,230 in load and system is not stable.
Fine example why I tell people to use manual when stress-testing and not offset.
First, change LLC to 75%.
Second, change CPU voltage to Manual 1.25000.
Third, attempt to run prime95 for 12 hours.