Phyase Lock Loop will add voltage to the Frequency signal to stablize it. I'm not sure that there is a specific formula for it's use or anything. it's more a test and tune type of deal. I found that 2.59v is a good place to start with Freq's below 4ghz. Just move one step at a time and retest. Don't move anything else. Start by moving up one step. Reboot and test. Keep going in either direction until you get the longest prime run and then if all else fails, bump the CPUv one step...
Hope that hepls!
So far i am around 1.55V on the core now and thats 1.56V idle and 1.544V load
I am running 2.65V through the PLL...i just selected this number randomly so it can probably go lower
Now how does this effect CPU temps compared to just upping the core voltage?
My highest load temp usually evens out to being 45C and under...its higher ATM due to my CPU fan spinning down and up as the GD70 is only running the CPU HSF at 37% and when the CPU surpasses 45C the fan spins up to 50-60% fan speed so the core drops below 45C and the process repeasts itself
It's still better than 100% fan speed from this kaze
Here is the Linx progress so far...i am surprised it hasn't crashed...i wonder if this will help with my core clock issues
I am going to start increasing my core clock and see what happens
Edited by Rewindlabs - 12/23/09 at 9:07pm