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I got the multiplier to 42 but i need to know what voltage to set it to because i keep on getting the clock speed drop at 1.6 and i have power saving off, if i could i would have clock @ 4.2 and have it drop to 3.2 instead of 1.6.

I changed the voltage to a fixed of 1.15v but when the pc fully started up it crashed. Any help would be great, thxs.
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post #2 of 93
Most people like me.have a 4.2 stable at 1.15 make sure LLC is set to ultra high or the second to.highest so there is no vdroop at all and set it to 1.145 should be stable if not bump vcore one notch at a time till stable
post #3 of 93
The drop to 160mhz is fine that because of.speedstep.other power saving is disabled after you set a manual vcore automatically
post #4 of 93

The downclocking is normal, and it's beneficial.  You're not losing out on any performance at all because of it.  I recommend leaving it that way because it is good for the CPU to relax like that when it's idling.

 

I recommend using a higher core voltage setting in the BIOS, like 1.20V and then see how it goes.  The actual voltage that is powering the CPU will be what you see in CPU-Z.

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thxs im going to give it a try in a few minutes
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post #6 of 93
Ok cool post back your results please
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Sorry for the wait. It crashed on me again, i assume the llc is Load line calibration, it was set to the highest and i set the vcore to fixed at 1.15v.
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Sorry for the wait. It crashed on me again, i assume the llc is Load line calibration, it was set to the highest and i set the vcore to fixed at 1.15v.
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post #9 of 93
hmm if that is the case you going to have to bump the vcore up one notch at a time manually and put llc to the second to highest setting. and test from there

you have a below average clocker it seems but it might only take a couple more notches to get it stable don't worry yet. and your cpu might have better temps at higher vcore stll so I still wouldn't be concerned yet you have to find the stable vcore first

here is some of the setting that I use for a 4.2 clock

internal ppl overvoltage disabled
memory at xmp or manual timings
cpu pll at 1.7
vcore at 1.145v
LLC at ultra high
phase control at obtimized
and disabled turbo core and changed multi though cpu setting instead
other than that everything else on auto should be fine for such a low overclock.

hope you get it stable soon I will check back and forth to see how you are doing.
post #10 of 93

Which number did you use for LLC?  I think 1 is the highest amount of LLC, and 5 is the lowest amount.

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