Originally Posted by Thedarklord
Thanks everyone thus far for the help on this, really appreciate it.
Now to the update;
So I got the CPU past the previous limit of 3.6 to 3.7, to do so I did the following;
1) Disabled turbo mode
2) Increased voltage offset to +v0.10000
3) Increased CPU Load Line Calibration from Auto to Extreme
This made it stableish, it stopped blue screening and crashing, and it made it through all 3DMarks except for the latest 3DMark version, where it stops because "a unknown error as occured", also it looks like my Prime95 runs stop after about 20-25min because of a "rounding error".
So then I;
1) Increased voltage offset to +0.11250
2) Increased CPU/NB voltage offset to +0.01250
3) Increased CPU/NB Load Line Calibration from Auto to Extreme
Afterwards, I did not run 3DMark, I jumped straight to Prime95, which ran without issues for an hour, before I left it and went to sleep to let it run overnight. This morning however it stopped one of the worker threads because "a rounding error" has occurred.
I believe I am on the right track to resolving the Prime95 rounding errors, increasing voltages slowly?
IMHO yes, you are on track. Small increases and retest.
Be sure to keep good written notes of any changes/increases made and include the time it took to failure.
You can use the failure time to help determine whether or not the latest changes made an improvement.
Over time you'll see patterns develop. Results increase to a point than start going backward meaning you may need another adjustment to a different area before you can proceed.
Extreme LLC setting (if it's like my CHV-Z highest setting) is usually for extreme cooling.
Most run "very high" (1 from top setting) to "high" for those that work better with a little Vdroop.
Which version of P95 are you running?
Version 27.9 works real well on the Phenom II.