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Ya but that would be risking fraud which it is..

No. The Intel Tuning Plan is ment for people just like him. You can get a one time replacement of your CPU under that plan no questions asked. You can return your current CPU just because its not OCing well it doesnt have to be broken, Intel doesnt care, and all that for 20 bucks.

Sorry for the double post i fail at quoting.
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Here are my Bios settings for 4.3ghz. If you see anything I can fix please tell me thanks.

May i ask why 1.65V PLL?
Leave it stock @ 1.8V and try again.
post #123 of 140
PLL doesnt matter really. At such low OC you can pretty much use anything between 1.6V and 1.8V without any difference whatsoever.
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Ya but that would be risking fraud which it is.
Those volts are very high, should just consider lowering or try demoship's idea if your willing to risk it.

I'll have a look at what he said?

Those volts aren't the best but they're okay being under water. Max temp i see at 4.6 is under 70c easily..
I understand that it's not just the temperature to take into consideration but 1.45 was my max, I only need 1.47 to get 4.6 so I'm happy with that. smile.gif
 
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post #125 of 140
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I cant get 4.5ghz on even 1.35v ... Anyone worse? +_+
Yep. Can't get 4500 stable even at 1.432v. Still WHEA errors left and right.
Wouldn't run on that voltage 24/7 anyway.
post #126 of 140
I guess my 4.5 with 1.32 volts isn't as bad as I was thinking
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What program do you use to check real voltage?
post #128 of 140
If you want to check the "real" voltage, you're going to need to use a Digital MultiMeter. Software can only read what the internal sensors provide, and depending on the board this may or may not be accurate.
For example, my Asrock Z77 Pro3 provides about 0.020-0.050v more than what CPU-Z displays.
Other boards can be worse (Extreme4) or better (almost all other brands).

But for software readings, just make sure you're looking at the actual Vcore value (e.g. CPU-Z, Open Hardware Monitor) and not the VID (e.g. CoreTemp).
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Unless one plans to fold then full load temperature would be an important number to take a look at. wink.gif

I use Solidworks and in daily use, it doesn't get the proc to hot, but under simulations, you're talking IBT full load temps.
post #130 of 140
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PLL I've tested doesn't make a large difference. From what I've tested, lower PLL helps in stability and supposed temperature decreases (minimal). I used up to 1.4 at stock clock. Perhaps I'll try the plan... But that is a risk ha ha.

I use a multimeter to test for accurate voltages, since I have a z77x-ud3h. The difference is not much.
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