Originally Posted by Ixel
Rep also given from me for helping me in my thread for overclocking my i7 2600K CPU.
I think I've found my stable PLL voltage after many more 0x124 during Prime95 testing. It's now currently set at 1.55v, so if it remains stable for a few more hours I suppose I could try reducing the CPU vcore and see if it will go below 1.45v~ at 4.9GHz.
Wow that's quite strange, because my sweet spot seems to be 1.55v aswell. Been using my rig for the last week and a half and all is well. You could try reducing the vcore but I don't think that will work, more than likely it may give you a 101 error, however by all means try it out and let us know how you get on.
Just a note to everyone, I may recommend that you takes the PLL voltage down to 1.4v and start raising it, however I never said where to stop. Some people have found better stability above 1.8v PLL, so testing from 1.4v you can go as high as 1.9v for 24/7. IIRC one member (I think it's Tunagoblin)requires 1.83v for stability, anything less just doesn't work out that well and funny thing is, he has also doesn't have a asus mobo. So this PLL thing may only be for Asus, but nothing is set in stone, only time will tell.. Please be patient we are still working on that