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Yes, from what I've read its best to keep C1E enabled but disable C3 and C6, will have a read of that thread though, thanks for the link!
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Check my edit on the last post. I'm off out now but will check back later this afternoon (for me).

Copied your settings exactly, booted up about to stress test now, also yes running latest bios, updated yesterday as I realised I had updated since I was running 5ghz and was thinking maybe the bios I was running was causing the stability issues
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Wam, with your settings it crashed BSOD 124, trying to get it to boot now but keeps failing to load windows
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124 is more Vcore. First enable PLL over voltage. That should get you into Windows. You've set the LLC to Very high and changed the T-probe settings etc? With CPU-Z what are the minimum/maxium volts you have under load?
You should bear in mind that if you've been using manual voltage at a constant 1.4v+ then you might have degraded your CPU (another reason to use the offset method). Which will mean you will need more voltage to achieve the same clocks or just not be able to at all. Also you should use the same bios you were achieving 5Ghz with as I've found many times that the latest bios doesn't always mean the best one to maintain or improve upon a previous overclock.
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124 is more Vcore. First enable PLL over voltage. That should get you into Windows. You've set the LLC to Very high and changed the T-probe settings etc? With CPU-Z what are the minimum/maxium volts you have under load?
You should bear in mind that if you've been using manual voltage at a constant 1.4v+ then you might have degraded your CPU (another reason to use the offset method). Which will mean you will need more voltage to achieve the same clocks or just not be able to at all. Also you should use the same bios you were achieving 5Ghz with as I've found many times that the latest bios doesn't always mean the best one to maintain or improve upon a previous overclock.

All the settings are the same as yours, I got into windows then as soon as I started intelburn it crashed, will enable PLL overvoltage now and give that a try.
Before when I had 5ghz the voltage wasn't a constant 1.416 it dropped when there was no/low load on the CPU, Have had the system around 3 years now though

Edit; as soon as it starts to load windows its crashing again, BSOD 124, should I up the offset voltage?
Edited by Danny1107 - 9/23/13 at 7:24am
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All the settings are the same as yours, I got into windows then as soon as I started intelburn it crashed, will enable PLL overvoltage now and give that a try.
Before when I had 5ghz the voltage wasn't a constant 1.416 it dropped when there was no/low load on the CPU, Have had the system around 3 years now though
What load voltage does using 0.04v offset come to? Every CPU is slightly different so you may need to adjust this to get to the 1.141v under load that you were using before.

Also voltages always fluctuate but using the offset method they will drop to <1.0v when the CPU speeds drops dramatically as well.
Edited by Wam7 - 9/23/13 at 7:37am
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What load voltage does using 0.04v offset come to? Every CPU is slightly different so you may need to adjust this to get to the 1.141v under load that you were using before.

Haven't managed to start a stress test and see, got to go sort some stuff so will give it another go in a little while, I'm happy with what I've got at the moment (4.7ghz stable) but would like to get 5ghz again.

I'll send you a PM later when I get back and give it another shot, thanks for all the help so far!
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