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post #61 of 65
The voltage drops as the cpu's cores are loaded (vdroop). A good explanation here.
That is what LLC settings are for, it tries to add more voltage on load to compensate for the drop of voltage.

It seems your voltage is just right, at load that is. thumb.gif
post #62 of 65
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Originally Posted by ConradTP View Post

The voltage drops as the cpu's cores are loaded (vdroop). A good explanation here.
That is what LLC settings are for, it tries to add more voltage on load to compensate for the drop of voltage.
It seems your voltage is just right, at load that is. thumb.gif

So read my last post, at a multi of 44 and @ 1.350v my max temp is 73*C

But didn't you say before hand that @ only a multi of 44 1.365v was a bit too much?
post #63 of 65
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Just BSOD'd at 1.350v @ multi of 44.

Increasing the voltage to 1.355 again. Seems like I might end up at 1.365v again frown.gif

Can someone make sure that my settings are right? (previous page post #56) I know not every cpu is made the same but where can i find people's oc's of their 2500k's?

Multi of 44 @1.355v

Max temps;

Core 1: 64
Core 2: 73
Core 3: 75
Core 4: 67

44 multi @ 1.365v
Core 1: 65
Core 2: 74
Core 3: 76
Core 4: 68

I'm off to watch the V8 supercars, I'll be back soon.

Again, thanks guys!

EDIT: Just BSOD'd @ above settings.

I am now trying 1.360v for a multi of 44.

Fingers crossed smile.gif
Edited by chrisguitar - 9/14/12 at 7:18pm
post #64 of 65
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Multi of 44 @1.360v

Max temps;

Core 1: 65
Core 2: 73
Core 3: 75
Core 4: 67

Multi of 44 @ 1.365v

Max temps;

Core 1: 65
Core 2: 74
Core 3: 76
Core 4: 68

So it is only 1*C of difference between the two voltages on the last 3 cores
Edited by chrisguitar - 9/14/12 at 8:00pm
post #65 of 65
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Alright fellas, looks like I am staying with the 44 multi @ 1.360v. Seems to be stable with over 200 tests and no errors or warnings / problems.

Max temp was 75 on core 3 and the rest trickeld down.

Thank you guys so much for your help on this!

I have now overclocked my first cpu! to 4.4Ghz smile.gif
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