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What do you have to "try" for when you have it on?
It seems that with HT on, when I get to 4.7g I can't get higher with significant increases in vcore.

4.7g, stable at 1.35v
4.8g, I can pump voltage to 1.41 and still fail prime. I haven't tried that much more since I am happy with 4.7 and I like having a cooler, quieter system than one that requires 1.42v or more
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It seems that with HT on, when I get to 4.7g I can't get higher with significant increases in vcore.

4.7g, stable at 1.35v
4.8g, I can pump voltage to 1.41 and still fail prime. I haven't tried that much more since I am happy with 4.7 and I like having a cooler, quieter system than one that requires 1.42v or more
So what do you think would yield more performance: Hyperthreading enabled and staying at 4.6GHz or HT disabled and pushed to 4.8 or 4.9GHz?
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So what do you think would yield more performance: Hyperthreading enabled and staying at 4.6GHz or HT disabled and pushed to 4.8 or 4.9GHz?
Depends what you a doing with your system. In gaming, the 4.9 but in reality, you could pretty much keep it at stock and not bottleneck anything as it is. Hyperthreading will help you in photoshop and stuff like that.
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Depends what you a doing with your system. In gaming, the 4.9 but in reality, you could pretty much keep it at stock and not bottleneck anything as it is. Hyperthreading will help you in photoshop and stuff like that.
I do more gaming than hardcore photoshop work. Most of the time, it's minor touch ups and photo-resizing so in that case, the higher clock and no HT would be the obvious choice. At the same time, the few ocassions HT might be benficial I'd like to take advantage of it however slight it may be. Decisions decisions...
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I do more gaming than hardcore photoshop work. Most of the time, it's minor touch ups and photo-resizing so in that case, the higher clock and no HT would be the obvious choice. At the same time, the few ocassions HT might be benficial I'd like to take advantage of it however slight it may be. Decisions decisions...
No decisions required!

Create two profiles in your bios, one for HT, one without.

On those few occassions where you want HT, reboot, select profile, done. Takes but a minute!
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No decisions required!

Create two profiles in your bios, one for HT, one without.

On those few occassions where you want HT, reboot, select profile, done. Takes but a minute!
good idea.
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I don't see invisible voltage at that level being added. Or at least as reported by HW Monitor. Min: 1.34, Max: 1.37. As set in bios: 1.34
I'm not sure myself, but i find it really strange if it's adding a lot of voltage like Balla said. I mainly check CPU voltage with CPUz rather than HWmonitor. What does CPUz report for you? the same thing?
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Up your pll a little and bring that vc down. Im on 4.5 with 1.245 volts.
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I'm not sure myself, but i find it really strange if it's adding a lot of voltage like Balla said. I mainly check CPU voltage with CPUz rather than HWmonitor. What does CPUz report for you? the same thing?
CPUz reporting the same.
My understanding is that they use the info anyway.

I use HWMonitor lately since it gives me the highs and lows instead of just one data point.
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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 checked the above on my Gigabyte P67-UD7 and din't see any of those. My PLL setting gave me auto and then a bunch of voltages, no "enabled" option.
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