Originally Posted by Tass666
I don't manage to get a stable uncore.
I have core OC to 4,3, with 1,23v vCore and 1,8v VCCIN. Ram at 1,333 and uncore at 34. This way is stable thru 8h OCCT.
Then i raise the uncore to 36, 37 or 38, and it reboots after sometime running OCCT. I have raised a few voltage way pass of what should be necesary just to see if i can stabilize it. I just failed uncore at 37 with 1,25v Vcore, 1,8VCCIN, +0.150 digital and analog IO and +0.150 System Agent. Also bumped VRING to 1.2v and 1.3v. Both times it failed. Temperatures are fine, always under 80C.
What setting should i work with to gain stability for uncore?? I would like it to be in the range of 38-40x.
Integrated graphics are disabled, hyperthread on, C3, C6/7, EIST, C1E and Thermal Monitor are enabled too.
Would CPU PLL selection or Filter PLL level make any difference if i change them from auto? Not sure what they are for.
First page will tell how to try filter pll level. ( Also dont know what filter pll does).
I would like to know too !!
Did You try raising Vrin lets say 1.9 and Vring 1.2 together with LLC extreme ?
I have a bad I5 4670K and when I go 4,4 GHZ it wants 1,9 V Vrin, 1,2 Vring and 1,34v Vcore. good but not 100% sure
4,3 GHZ 1,85 1,15 1,25 all stable Battlefield cinebench Handbrake etc.
If I set In Bios 1,34v then I get with Prime 1,365v would that be Vdroob ?
Or is The Sytem / Prime giving more Vcore ?