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Yep... from what I can tell 75-80% of 2600k's need ~1.4+ for 4.8+ but can usually hit 4.5-4.6 at just over 1.3v....

They are very different than what we're used to seeing..
    
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Ok, so i'm seeing a lot of peoples' systems with 4.7-4.9GHz and sub-1.4 voltages, with some as low as ~1.3v. Is it just that your chip is better binned or is their some setting I'm missing? To get my 2600K to 4.6GHz, all i changed was the core voltage --> 1.414v. Anything else I can change to get a couple more MHz?
Try

PLL Override - Enabled
LLC - Extreme
Phase - Extreme
PLL - 1.85
Those other two voltages (sorry, not at my desktop now) right before PLL
1.0125
1.1

I got 4.5 at 1.3 but couldn't get to 4.6 easily.
Now I have 4.7 at 1.35
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Try

PLL Override - Enabled
LLC - Extreme
Phase - Extreme
PLL - 1.85
Those other two voltages (sorry, not at my desktop now) right before PLL
1.0125
1.1

I got 4.5 at 1.3 but couldn't get to 4.6 easily.
Now I have 4.7 at 1.35
Is that right. Nice results. I think I have all mine like that except pll. Maybe that is whats holding me back. I'm priming 4.7 @ 1.4v right now.

I would like to drop the voltage though. Tried 4.8 for a while but needed too much volts.
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Try

PLL Override - Enabled
LLC - Extreme
Phase - Extreme
PLL - 1.85
Those other two voltages (sorry, not at my desktop now) right before PLL
1.0125
1.1

I got 4.5 at 1.3 but couldn't get to 4.6 easily.
Now I have 4.7 at 1.35
I'll give that a shot when I get home later today. Thanks! A nice odd 4.7 or 4.9GHz sounds nice.

By the way, are the above settings suitable for 24/7 use?
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lol wow...


Be careful with LLC, ASUS has been known to be way too aggressive with it, and it will add voltage to your chip that you won't see.

Example: 1.31v set in bios is really 1.46v but you don't know it.
    
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I'll give that a shot when I get home later today. Thanks! A nice odd 4.7 or 4.9GHz sounds nice.

By the way, are the above settings suitable for 24/7 use?
I don't know if they are good for 24/7. I guess the question is what is the computer doing during that time and how extreme is the load on the computer.

As others pointed out, it is often temps which cause more problems than the actual voltages. I am not familiar enough with folding or other intensive uses to know what the CPU utilization is during that time...but I imagine that if you are running 100% CPU 24/7 you really need to monitor cooling.

Other more qualified people can weigh in on that question.

The other two voltages I referenced are:
VCCSA: 1.0125
VCCIO: 1.1

Note, that other people have kept those two on auto, so who knows?

Good luck!
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lol wow...


Be careful with LLC, ASUS has been known to be way too aggressive with it, and it will add voltage to your chip that you won't see.

Example: 1.31v set in bios is really 1.46v but you don't know it.
Thanks.

I am still playing around with LLC so I might go to lower settings.
I also use HW monitor and that gives me the high/low/current readings on Vcore and I haven't seen any unusually spiking.
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lol wow...


Be careful with LLC, ASUS has been known to be way too aggressive with it, and it will add voltage to your chip that you won't see.

Example: 1.31v set in bios is really 1.46v but you don't know it.
Whoa, what? Why so high? That seems very dangerous to add invisible voltage at that level...
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I don't know if they are good for 24/7. I guess the question is what is the computer doing during that time and how extreme is the load on the computer.

As others pointed out, it is often temps which cause more problems than the actual voltages. I am not familiar enough with folding or other intensive uses to know what the CPU utilization is during that time...but I imagine that if you are running 100% CPU 24/7 you really need to monitor cooling.

Other more qualified people can weigh in on that question.

The other two voltages I referenced are:
VCCSA: 1.0125
VCCIO: 1.1

Note, that other people have kept those two on auto, so who knows?

Good luck!
I rarely do anything that stresses the CPU at >90% for more than 10-20 seconds. I dable with video/photo editing and such. Though most of the time it is gaming that is the heaviest burden. I also have left the speed step settings enabled because I leave my comp on 24/7, with a good chunk of that time being during the day when I'm at work. I don't think it's smart to leave it chugging at full speed if it's just sitting there.

The quest for more MHz is nothing more than an insatiable lust for speed.
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So what are the recommended settings for LLC? I am at 4.5Ghz 1.31V with 2500k.
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