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Thanks bud, not bad for 5 months work lol
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.
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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.
Thanks bud

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
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Hmm I didn't realize we had the same mobo munaim1, I think I may trying to lower my PLL to 1.55v and see what that yields for me. I figure it will be good since your overclock is much more aggressive than mine.
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Hmm I didn't realize we had the same mobo munaim1, I think I may trying to lower my PLL to 1.55v and see what that yields for me. I figure it will be good since your overclock is much more aggressive than mine.
what is your PLL currently set to right now?
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1.600v PLL at the moment, Its stable through an hour of 1344 and 1792 FTT's
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1.600v PLL at the moment, Its stable through an hour of 1344 and 1792 FTT's
you could try 1.4 and work your way up, by the way you don't need to run those FFT's for that long, half an hour each is more than enough lol.

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Ya maybe I will try to work my way up from 1.4v, if I can get lower temps then hell ya.

I only let them run that long because I got hungry and got stuck at the McDonalds drive through....
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Ya maybe I will try to work my way up from 1.4v, if I can get lower temps then hell ya.

I only let them run that long because I got hungry and got stuck at the McDonalds drive through....
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Anyways.....................

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Benchmarking via SiSoftware Sandra

Make sure you run each of the processor benchmarks, Processor Arithmetic, Processor Multi-Media, Cryptography and Multi-Core Efficiency, .

With all four benchmarks you will add up the 'points' and have a total for each, then all four will be added to give you a TOTAL score.

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So this is interesting. I set my PLL to 1.400v and the computer would NOT post at all until I went to 1.500v.

Started doing the FFT tests at 1.500v and its stable O.o

The max core temp I got was 72c. So it seems it went down 1c by going down from 1.600v -> 1.500v. Although who knows how accurate that is since I have watercooling. So I'm sure its about the same, but I'll be leaving it at 1.500v, lower voltage and same stability? I'll take it!
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So this is interesting. I set my PLL to 1.400v and the computer would NOT post at all until I went to 1.500v.

Started doing the FFT tests at 1.500v and its stable O.o

The max core temp I got was 72c. So it seems it went down 1c by going down from 1.600v -> 1.500v. Although who knows how accurate that is since I have watercooling. So I'm sure its about the same, but I'll be leaving it at 1.500v, lower voltage and same stability? I'll take it!
that's eactly what im talking about!!! same happened to me, mine started to post around the 1.47 mark and kept on bsoding until I got to 1.55v. Reducing the temps just by taking PLL votlage down and having the same stability = win.
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