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EVGA P55 SLI + i5-760 - OC Advice Please

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Well being I am new to this board and platform I figure I will ask for suggestions.

Here are my current settings, havent done a lot of stress testing as its a new build. But got through 20 passes of LinX at these settings so its a start... I tried 20 x 200 (4.0) at these volts but it failed core one after 2 - 3 hours and then Prime95 locked up and stopped responding so I dropped it down to x19 and here I am.


Code:
CPU Multi - 19 (3.80)
CPU Skew COntrol - 0
Clockgen Switch Mode - Enable (cant disable after cpu freq 200)
CPU Freq - 200
PCIE Freq - 100
QPI Frequency - Auto (Options for 4.27 & 4.80)
MCH Strap - Auto (Ram running at 1600 now)
Extreme Cooling - Disable
EVGA VDRoop Control - Without
Boot Up CPU Vcore - 1.3125
Eventual CPU Vcore - 1.3125
DIMM Voltage - 1.65
Boot Up CPU VTT - 1.30
Eventual CPU VTT - 1.30
PCH - Auto (1.050V) (what is this?)
CPU PLL - 1.80V (Auto) ?? Should I raise this for higher OC? what is it in reference to)

DIMM 1/2 DQ VRef - 0mV
DIMM 3/4 DQ VRef - 0mV

CPU PWM Frequency - 477KHz
VTT PWM Frequency - 240KHz
DDR PWM Frequency - 240KHz

CPU Signal 1 - Auto
Any help will be appreciated...

The QPI Freq, PCH Voltage & CPU PLL Voltage are my biggest question. I know that raising the CPU Vcore & CPU VTT will help stability at higher clocks...
Edited by 10acjed - 12/18/10 at 8:52am
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BUMP, holy... i'm looking to get the exact same mobo and CPU, how's the set up now?
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It did the trick...

My cpu is a bit volt hungry, but I hit 4.0 without too much effort...

Board is solid. Only thing I don't like is the feature "Without Vdroop" which is evga's way of labeling Load Line Calibration. My load voltage is actually +.02v higher than my idle voltage. If I set it so it has Vdroop there is about -.075 from idle to load..

Really just a little technicality. Guys over at evga say the actual setting is different with each board/cpu...

Only a 3 year warranty... Kinda disappointing... But better than 1 year...
Edited by 10acjed - 12/30/10 at 3:01am
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