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Have you tried with using LLC? I myself alway use it. Many others don't, but it's always helped in my situations
Yup, i normally have it on, not sure why it's disabled there o.o. But with it on, cpuz reports a constant 1.504v. Still instantly bsods in prime95 though
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Leave LLC on. Try lowering vtt too or raise it up. Some chips like low vtt some don't. Try pll too.
post #43 of 46
You can open up your pc and use some fans to keep it cool. try upping the voltages and see what happens. If 1.525v gets it stable but it gets warm then you know you need to cool it better and use more juice.
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Leave LLC on. Try lowering vtt too or raise it up. Some chips like low vtt some don't. Try pll too.
I tried 1.2 vtt (lowest it can go) and still bsoding. And my motherboard doesnt have the pll setting.

I did buy this cpu from a guy at hardform.com and he said he got it to 3.6....could it just be that it's a dud and he was lying?

Oh and cpu voltage can only range between .86-1.5v on the p5ql pro. I'm sure that might be whats holding me back as well but i have the same issue on 3.5ghz. But it's got a 1.2875 VID....shouldn't i be able to reach 3.6 at like 1.45v or something?
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post #45 of 46
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I play MW2, Black ops, Need for speed hot persuit, and FFxiv sometimes. No crashes at all. FFxiv is pretty cpu intensive too. Black ops is prolly the most. I have HT off so I've seen it go to full 100% load with BO too.
Nice. Took 3 weeks of daily gaming 3+ hours for it to bsod so I'm not too worried. Hopefully this vcore bump should do it =D.

I'm actually curious if "Internal PLL voltage override" set to disabled impacts stability positively or negatively, it seems the L3 cache is slightly faster with it disabled according to Aida64. It's sort of funny, my old 2500k couldn't even run with that option disabled at 4.6 Ghz, this one does it at 5 seemingly with no problems
    
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post #46 of 46
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well in the new mobo's u cant change vtt or qpi atleast with the asus p8p67, if ya can somehow let me know, also, should i raise vcore past 1.51 then? try 1.52 maybe?
You can; it's called VCCIO
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