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So upping QPI/VTT to 1.128v made it stable for 30 min so far in Prime.





Had to drop multi to 44 as increasing vcore/qpi did nothing, neither did lowering/raising PLL.
Been running stable in Prime95 blend for almost 2 hours now.
4400mhz and 1.368-1380 voltage load.

4h stable in blend so far.
Cant run any longer today so.. yea

Very high temps though 79c on 1 core, 78 on 2 cores and 72 on 1 core.
IBT gave me almost 90c. Its madness what near 1.4v can do.

Upping pll might drop your vcore temps. Try 1.86 - 1.90 & 1.15 on vtt. Mine is at 1.22 to run @ 5.07.

78 is not too hot. 83 is getting there but still safe. Ibt will make it smoke. Horrible software.
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Upping pll might drop your vcore temps. Try 1.86 - 1.90 & 1.15 on vtt. Mine is at 1.22 to run @ 5.07.

78 is not too hot. 83 is getting there but still safe. Ibt will make it smoke. Horrible software.

I get 70c gaming now LOL. Used to be hovering around 50-60c at 4.2 with 1.3v.

Chaing PLL seemed to do nothing, and ive read that QPI isnt necessary below 4.5?
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I get 70c gaming now LOL. Used to be hovering around 50-60c at 4.2 with 1.3v.

Chaing PLL seemed to do nothing, and ive read that QPI isnt necessary below 4.5?
Correct me if im wrong but most boards are 1.6-1.8 pll, isnt 1.86-1.9 extremely high?
  
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Correct me if im wrong but most boards are 1.6-1.8 pll, isnt 1.86-1.9 extremely high?

Im not using PLL at anything other than 1.8 right now.
And most boards = 1.8 as 1.8 is default.
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Correct me if im wrong but most boards are 1.6-1.8 pll, isnt 1.86-1.9 extremely high?

1.8 is default. Some folks say lowering it works. That has not been my experience. In fact, turning off pll overvoltage generally resulted in an absolute crash. That led me to believe that overvoltage, not undervoltage was required for stability. Mine is a 1.92 right now. CPUID hardware monitor pro shows no high temps on either the board or the chip and the machine is stable.
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How to prevent voltage from fluctuating between 4 different values? -___-
When running custom blend my 2600 is fluctuating between 1.360 1.352 1.344 rarely 1.368, its ok if its 1.352-1.360, but sometimes it will be just fluctuating between 1.344 - 1.352, I want it to fluctuate only between 1.352-1.360. It makes Prime95 worker fail after 1hr and 45mins. So its closer to stability.
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How to prevent voltage from fluctuating between 4 different values? -___-
When running custom blend my 2600 is fluctuating between 1.360 1.352 1.344 rarely 1.368, its ok if its 1.352-1.360, but sometimes it will be just fluctuating between 1.344 - 1.352, I want it to fluctuate only between 1.352-1.360. It makes Prime95 worker fail after 1hr and 45mins. So its closer to stability.

You cannot stop that. If the workers fail, then just increase vcore so that the CPU won't fluctuate between 1.344-1.352.
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How to prevent voltage from fluctuating between 4 different values? -___-
When running custom blend my 2600 is fluctuating between 1.360 1.352 1.344 rarely 1.368, its ok if its 1.352-1.360, but sometimes it will be just fluctuating between 1.344 - 1.352, I want it to fluctuate only between 1.352-1.360. It makes Prime95 worker fail after 1hr and 45mins. So its closer to stability.

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You cannot stop that. If the workers fail, then just increase vcore so that the CPU won't fluctuate between 1.344-1.352.

the higher the load on different 'parts' of the cpu causes the voltage to differ like that. what is your llc? what is your vcore? fixed or offset voltage?
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You cannot stop that. If the workers fail, then just increase vcore so that the CPU won't fluctuate between 1.344-1.352.

Yeah, then it would fluctuate now between 1.360-1.368
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the higher the load on different 'parts' of the cpu causes the voltage to differ like that. what is your llc? what is your vcore? fixed or offset voltage?

UltraHigh, Offset, Manual fluctuates more


So when I increase the vcore, it wouldn't hover lower than 1.344 but will be higher than 1.360, and still hover around 4 values being 1.352 the lowest. This is the only way right? I thought there was a way to make the fluctuations a little bit slimmer, just three or two values if possible.
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i think its because youre using ultrahigh. its been suggested to use high with offset on asus boards. its possible thats causing it but i cant say for sure. its just my idea thats causing it. youll use a higher offset but voltage will be the same.MAYBE it wont fluctuate as much. i never tested that theory at all.
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