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help with i5 4690k Overlock

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Alright so I reached 4.4ghz stable with my setup but my temps at load hover around 55-60 degrees max which means I still have headroom...

Problem is I'm having a hard time making 4.6ghz stable. Here are my settings:

CPU ratio mode = dynamic
Intel turbo enabled
Ring ratio at 41
XML profile for the ram
VCCIN voltage = 1.800v
Adaptive + offset de for core voltage=1.250v
Offset = 0.005v
Cpu ring voltage = 1.095v
Ring offset =0.05v
Pch voltage 1.05 voltage = 1.070
Pch 1.5 voltage = 1.520
Active processor cores = all
C1e = disabled
Cstates = auto

In order to stabilize my 4.6ghz I did the following :

- increased vring voltage to 1.135v
- increased VCCIN voltage to 1.820v
- increased ring ratio to 43 (from 41)

Any tips as to other ways to reach higher clocks? As my temps are well within safe range plus my cooler was only running at 50% fan speed.

Oh and I should probably mention I'm using anmsi gaming5 mobo and a i5 4690k along with a kraken x61 aio 280mm rad

Now I know I should probably increase my cousin core voltage to something like 1.27
But before I try that I wanted to know if there are other settings in the bios that can be tweaked to stabilize the OC to achieve a good OC with lowest voltage possible
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Have you tried adjusting the LLC (Load Line Calibration) setting? I've used medium, it may help with CPU overclock stability.

Also if you're getting any bluescreen of death codes, these can have a indication on whether the CPU does not have enough CPU core voltage / VCCIN / CPU ring and etc.
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