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I am doing a new overclock at a lower voltage with PLL on Auto. Good idea? Bad idea?
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I guess my actual question is what is the lowest that it is recommended you go on PLL with a 3570k?
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As low as you can go and remain stable. You want low, low is cooler (temps I mean). I wouldn't leave it on auto. If you're unsure set it to 1.845 and leave it. This will help with stability. Once you find a stable OC you are happy with try lowering it to reduce CPU heat. If you can, 1.5 PLL is nice. Generally, the higher the multi the more pll you need to remain stable. Good luck!
Edited by Phantom NZXT - 3/29/13 at 4:22pm
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