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Is this a different voltage from the vccio? the vccio is way lower than 1.74
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Is this a different voltage from the vccio? the vccio is way lower than 1.74
LOL Whoops, sorry I confused the PLL with VCCIO >.< Brainfart for a second lmao... Sorry I'm trying to multitask like 50 things right now lol..

Lowering the PLL can result in lower VCore needed on the CPU sometimes... Not VCCIO my apologies
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Its ok. Pll is untouched. I shouldn't need that for a 4.5 overclock.
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No way is the VCCIO supposed to be 1.8-1.82v!!! Thats PLL voltage you are talking about, not VCCIO. VCCIO is the memory controler voltage, and is supposed to be around 1.05v-1.15v.
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Is it pretty universal to lower it to 1.74 or would this still be on a processor to processor basis?
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Is it pretty universal to lower it to 1.74 or would this still be on a processor to processor basis?
I'd lower it to like 1.78, then 1.76 and then 1.74 and see if it helps at all.
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so much more stress testing ahead of me that way. oh well. ill give it a shot.
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so much more stress testing ahead of me that way. oh well. ill give it a shot.
Yeah thats the downside with these next-gen CPU's compared to say LGA 775 lol or even current AMD.
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my pll overvoltage was set to auto as well. Tried disabling it, prime 95 turned off my computer in less than a minute. enabled it and the test is certainly running longer. Hopefully I am onto something. I realize this isn't a "help with overclock" thread, but thanks for the tips. Figured since its a halway overclock thread some of you might be interested.
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my pll overvoltage was set to auto as well. Tried disabling it, prime 95 turned off my computer in less than a minute. enabled it and the test is certainly running longer. Hopefully I am onto something. I realize this isn't a "help with overclock" thread, but thanks for the tips. Figured since its a halway overclock thread some of you might be interested.
Yeah, that's not what I was talking about I'm talking about the CPU PLL Voltage you can actually set to a value such as 1.74 or 1.8 lol
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