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post #871 of 7032
Swag and Dubbed you two are godsends, thanks for the info. I follwed your images dubbed but used 1.205 manual volt and I used the xmp profile. I'm getting the 1E stop and i see that it says to add vcore, what should I do next? Is VCCSa Voltage the vcore?

i5 3570k
z77 Sabertooth
post #872 of 7032
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Originally Posted by gatornation240 View Post

Swag and Dubbed you two are godsends, thanks for the info. I follwed your images dubbed but used 1.205 manual volt and I used the xmp profile. I'm getting the 1E stop and i see that it says to add vcore, what should I do next? Is VCCSa Voltage the vcore?
i5 3570k
z77 Sabertooth

I suggest just adding vcore, 1.205 is low - at least for me that caused BSOD's tongue.gif
Try upping the vcore and might also be worth going on manual rather than XMP - but that depends on you.
I personally went for manual, as I knew what i had, and what it was intended to do.

And glad I could help - the real person to thank is swag though, his the man with the plan biggrin.gif
post #873 of 7032
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

I suggest just adding vcore, 1.205 is low - at least for me that caused BSOD's tongue.gif
Try upping the vcore and might also be worth going on manual rather than XMP - but that depends on you.
I personally went for manual, as I knew what i had, and what it was intended to do.
And glad I could help - the real person to thank is swag though, his the man with the plan biggrin.gif
Thanks for the quick reply, yeah the laziness in me picked xmp, even though I changed the timing anyways rolleyes.gif I'll go manual and up the vcore thanks for the help again. SWAG is the man
post #874 of 7032
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Thanks for the quick reply, yeah the laziness in me picked xmp, even though I changed the timing anyways rolleyes.gif I'll go manual and up the vcore thanks for the help again. SWAG is the man

pleasure mate - let us know how it goes!
post #875 of 7032
My core voltage in CPU-Z is consistently slightly higher than in my bios. I know you mentioned something about it, but after googling it there seems to be some kind of consensus you should believe the voltage displayed in CPU-Z. Is there any setting i should look into once more in the bios maybe?
post #876 of 7032
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My core voltage in CPU-Z is consistently slightly higher than in my bios. I know you mentioned something about it, but after googling it there seems to be some kind of consensus you should believe the voltage displayed in CPU-Z. Is there any setting i should look into once more in the bios maybe?

nop - don't worry about it.
It is LLC - basically at full load, it is stressing the CPU, and the voltage keeps fluctuating.
I had 1.265, yet my vcore in CPUZ was fluctuating from: 1.264 & 1.272
post #877 of 7032
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edit: At this point i just keep decreasing the voltage then until it's perfect? Also my CPU PLL voltage is at 1.5 (default was 1.8) and i haven't noticed any difference really, is there a point in fiddling with that setting further?

Lowering it can help at times. I know that it will drop your temps a degree or two. Sandy Bridge is the opposite, however. A higher CPU PLL is needed for higher overclocks.
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Originally Posted by n1ksthlm View Post

My core voltage in CPU-Z is consistently slightly higher than in my bios. I know you mentioned something about it, but after googling it there seems to be some kind of consensus you should believe the voltage displayed in CPU-Z. Is there any setting i should look into once more in the bios maybe?

Perfectly normal.
post #878 of 7032
Awesome continuous support in this thread, thumbs up.
6 hours stable on (EDIT) 1.185v now. Guess i'll drop it again in a while.
Edited by n1ksthlm - 11/17/12 at 11:11am
post #879 of 7032
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Awesome continuous support in this thread, thumbs up.
6 hours stable on 1.085v now. Guess i'll drop it again in a while.

dude seriously, that's ridiculously low - there must be something you're doing wrong here lol...am i the only one to think that?
post #880 of 7032
Oh man, my bad. It's obviously 1.185. Haha.
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