Originally Posted by justanoldman
We strongly recommend against using software overclocking, manually setting the bios is not hard with the guide in the first post showing what needs to be changed. I assume by CPU Level Up you mean you are using AI Suite to oc your chip.
If you want to follow the guide here we can help with whatever you need, however if you are using software to guess at your bios settings and then changes some of those then I can’t help you much.
As for PLL overvoltage it does not matter what you set it at for 4.5 or 4.6, but for high overclocks you want it enabled.
Yea CPU Level up ws an option in the bios, I had it at 4.600g even though I was doing it manually. Just got home , 7 hour prime95 run at 1.272v pass no whea errors, trying 1.264v now. Temps hit 71c with custom blend, 90% ram, after the 27 hour run I did before, is that okay? It's really hard trying to figure out the easiest way to replicate these whea errors. I've gotton 1.264v stable with Prime earlier but had whea erros, no I am trying it with new OC from scratch. C3/C6 should be disabled now, PLL at auto, Pll overvoltage at enabled. What should I do from here? I will list what I know for sure
1.274v got 2 whea errors after 27 hour run, this was with the CPU Level UP enabled by Accident, CPU PLL at 1.7 and CPU Overvoltage at auto
1.264v hot Whea errors after 9 hour run this was with the same as the above had loads of whea errors in series
1.274v just passed 8 hour run with CPU Level Up Disabled, PLL at 1.8/auto and PLL Overvoltage at enabled
Current run is 1.264v