Originally Posted by jerrolds
Ya looks good - my i7 2600k is not 100% stable at 4.8Ghz - i think i settled on 4.7Gh @ 1.38v. Surprising cuz at 4.9Ghz my chip is able to boot and fail at around the 3rd IBT round..i would think that 4.8 would be fine
I am still wondering about putting manually the cpu voltage, versus the offset mode. Any thought on that ? I am using offset cpu voltage mode on my side. Actually the higher offset my board can gives (0.350v). I will try to decrease it and the multi.
i managed to boot at 49x, max offset, it boots but instant bsod (after 10sec in windows). I guess i would need more voltage to get it not-bsod. On that optic, i would have to play with PPL and vdroop... i could pass 5 Ghz for sure... but maybe not on stability
And this is not my actual goal. I want to find a nice spot between voltage and temp.
Thank for you post in anyway
edit : This is dinner time, i will try 47x multi and 0.350 Offset, to see if it boots. If so, i will throw prime95 for the afternoon Edited by Jamar2013 - 4/3/13 at 9:11am