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I only use IBT for a quick and dirty test before using others.

My cpu used to run at this voltage! I can't remember which bios it was, but I remember having to increase my voltage after an update some time ago.....but don't quote me on that!
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I only use IBT for a quick and dirty test before using others.

My cpu used to run at this voltage! I can't remember which bios it was, but I remember having to increase my voltage after an update some time ago.....but don't quote me on that!

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Yes, multiplier falls to 5X if I remember correctly, for a few seconds until VRMs cool down and then back to full speed (whatever is set by user).
Nope - never had that. I have had thermal shutdown at 116 Tctl (96 Tdie)
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Nope - never had that. I have had thermal shutdown at 116 Tctl (96 Tdie)

mat9v say over VRM temperature no of cpu tctl or tdie.
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Nope - never had that. I have had thermal shutdown at 116 Tctl (96 Tdie)
I wonder what was your VRM temp at that time.
    
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What are the must have settings to have my 3200Mhz ram stable and have a little OC for my 1700 with the stock cooler?
I'm aiming for 3.7, 3.8Ghz.
What I know is a good start:

-setting up ram manually without DOCP
-turn off Core Performance Boost
-all phase settings to Extreme
-SOC 1.1v max
-Vcore 1.35 max, I guess 1.3 for the stock cooler is the top

Anything else? Should I use LLC? SHould I use offset or just set the Vcore for the desired value?
Should I test the ram first and then OC the CPU?

Thanks in advance!
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What are the must have settings to have my 3200Mhz ram stable and have a little OC for my 1700 with the stock cooler?
I'm aiming for 3.7, 3.8Ghz.
What I know is a good start:

-setting up ram manually without DOCP
-turn off Core Performance Boost
-all phase settings to Extreme
-SOC 1.1v max
-Vcore 1.35 max, I guess 1.3 for the stock cooler is the top

Anything else? Should I use LLC? SHould I use offset or just set the Vcore for the desired value?
Should I test the ram first and then OC the CPU?

Thanks in advance!

Definitely use LLC, LLC 5 seems to work best for most people. Try not to use offset. Offset for me worked terribly, setting manual voltages worked way better. Only issue is if you have the down clock glitch you're forced to use offset.
    
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I wonder what was your VRM temp at that time.
Just had a look back and VRMs were being reported as 67 degrees when temps were that high......and I've never found them hot when I've opened her up, but then I didn't check every time.
Edited by crakej - 9/19/17 at 3:40pm
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How 902 for RAM?

Can see that it uses less voltage for overclock atm compared to previous so probably would flash it just for that
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Definitely use LLC, LLC 5 seems to work best for most people. Try not to use offset. Offset for me worked terribly, setting manual voltages worked way better. Only issue is if you have the down clock glitch you're forced to use offset.

LLC5 is a terrible recommendation if you have any pity for your electronics. Your ringing way above Vref is you're using LLC5. LLC2 is a more appropriate setting.
    
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LLC5 is a terrible recommendation if you have any pity for your electronics. Your ringing way above Vref is you're using LLC5. LLC2 is a more appropriate setting.
Your evidence?

There has been much testing by some on this thread regarding LLC and no one found any proof that it does any harm.
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