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I've been done overclocking my rig for a while now, I found a nice 4.01Ghz overclock that is nice and stable. The only problem is when I turn my computer off my computer tries to start up 3 or 4 times before it actually POST's. Do you think this is because my PLL is to low?
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What makes you think PLL? Shouldn't have to touch it at that speed. I'd look towards memory timings, memory voltage, and vtt/qpi voltage as the culprit.
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What makes you think PLL? Shouldn't have to touch it at that speed. I'd look towards memory timings, memory voltage, and vtt/qpi voltage as the culprit.
Whaa? Isn't PLL what generates the startup clock for the CPU? timings and voltage are set to what the kit advises. vtt/qpi is at 1.32 which should be high enough but I'll try to bump it a bit and see if that makes a difference.
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No, don't touch PLL. Flash to the latest version of your motherboards bios.
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I'm not the biggest fan of flashing bios, I'm always nervous I'm going to brick my board. PLL won't do anything? I thought if you had problems booting with an overclock you should raise your PLL voltage.
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I'm not the biggest fan of flashing bios, I'm always nervous I'm going to brick my board. PLL won't do anything? I thought if you had problems booting with an overclock you should raise your PLL voltage.
Never heard of that... Just load optimized defaults and flash in DOS (using any bootable medium: flash drive, cd, dvd, etc...) and you will not brick anything. Don't flash in Windows or use the method some manufacturers provide in the bios to flash and you will be fine. I've been up to 4.4ghz and POST on the first time and I've never raised PLL above 1.8v.
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Never heard of that... Just load optimized defaults and flash in DOS (using any bootable medium: flash drive, cd, dvd, etc...) and you will not brick anything. Don't flash in Windows or use the method some manufacturers provide in the bios to flash and you will be fine. I've been up to 4.4ghz and POST on the first time and I've never raised PLL above 1.8v.
I'll give it a try. Will I lose my overclock of I flash the bios? What is the PLL used for (it's pretty much the only voltage that I don't know the function of).
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There's not much risk of bricking anything when it comes to flashing anymore. As long as you're not lazy and don't flash through Windows, you'll be fine.

Your vCore is quite low as it is, just bump it up a bit and you should be fine. In general, i7s have been found to be more stable with lower PLL voltages actually (more around the 1.74-1.76v range).
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I'll give it a try. Will I lose my overclock of I flash the bios? What is the PLL used for (it's pretty much the only voltage that I don't know the function of).
Yes, you will have to re-enter all your settings. If your BIOS allows you to save profiles, do not load any profiles from previous BIOSes as it may cause many problems with a new BIOS.

PLL voltage has never been known to help with anything on X58, if anything you could set it a little lower and still be safe. CPU PLL is basically the voltage applied to your CPU's internal clock distribution. It stands for phase locked loop. Back in the 775 days, more could help you get higher FSB but it doesn't really do anything anymore...
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