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Set the Vcore to 1.39V in the BIOS with LLC level 4, which is 1.36V load and 1.4V idle. Still got a 124 BSoD. Not looking to take the Vcore any higher at this point, do you think any of the other settings could help?

QPI/VTT is at 1.1V right now.
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I know the 25k's and the 26k's are different with voltages, but i need 1.41 and llc5 to keep my 26k booting at 4.7. But its rock stable now and it runs 1.404v at 100%, so give it a few volts and see what your temps do.
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Set the Vcore to 1.39V in the BIOS with LLC level 4, which is 1.36V load and 1.4V idle. Still got a 124 BSoD. Not looking to take the Vcore any higher at this point, do you think any of the other settings could help?

QPI/VTT is at 1.1V right now.
okay now that we have established a good LLC settings we can go onto the conquering the 124 error.

What I would like you to do is, drop the VTT to auto and see how prime respnds to that. report back.

Then depending on what the previous did either leave it on auto or 1.1v and change the PLL voltage to auto. report back.

Again depeding on how prime responds increase the PLL voltage to 1.85v and report back.

Try those 3 things and let me know how you get on.
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Struggling a bit with 4.7GHz - I figured this would be where things started to get tricky. Currently: LLC level 6 with voltage set to 1.32V in BIOS, goes up to about 1.36V under load but seems to hit around 1.38V idle (any way to stop this?)

QPI/VTT 1.1V
PLL 1.7V
DRAM 1.6V

But I keep getting 124 BSoDs when running Prime95. What would you recommend?
1.36v for 4.7ghz is a little bit below the average I would think (just going off the top of my head from all the numbers I see), not to say some people have done it with less. I think 1.38 is what I needed so dont be afraid to try more than that. You gotta see generally what your chip needs first.

I always get x124 bsods. I have never, not once, gotten x101. So im not really sure what it means in the end... as in how 101 is different from 124.

If you want to try, you can lower VTT if you have 8 or 4gb of not-oc'd ram. I know above 1.1v I would become unstable. 1.050-1.1 was good for me but 1.077 was significantly better than either of those (1.051 is stock/auto for me). It helped my Prime results too by a lot. I am 110% sure that more than 1.1 vtt for me increases instability, thats just how it is I dunno, so always pay attention to how your chip responds when you follow some advice. Overclocking is an experimental process.... you have your theories and hypothesis, but sometimes the data just doesn't come back the way you expect. Note it and adjust based on the results.
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okay now that we have established a good LLC settings we can go onto the conquering the 124 error.

What I would like you to do is, drop the VTT to auto and see how prime respnds to that. report back.

Then depending on what the previous did either leave it on auto or 1.1v and change the PLL voltage to auto. report back.

Again depeding on how prime responds increase the PLL voltage to 1.85v and report back.

Try those 3 things and let me know how you get on.
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1.36v for 4.7ghz is a little bit below the average I would think (just going off the top of my head from all the numbers I see), not to say some people have done it with less. I think 1.38 is what I needed so dont be afraid to try more than that. You gotta see generally what your chip needs first.

I always get x124 bsods. I have never, not once, gotten x101. So im not really sure what it means in the end... as in how 101 is different from 124.

If you want to try, you can lower VTT if you have 8 or 4gb of not-oc'd ram. I know above 1.1v I would become unstable. 1.050-1.1 was good for me but 1.077 was significantly better than either of those (1.051 is stock/auto for me). It helped my Prime results too by a lot. I am 110% sure that more than 1.1 vtt for me increases stability, thats just how it is I dunno, so always pay attention to how your chip responds when you follow some advice. Overclocking is an experimental process.... you have your theories and hypothesis, but sometimes the data just doesn't come back the way you expect. Note it and adjust based on the results.
Thanks for the advice, both of you. I think I'll start by going through the 3 things you said, munaim. I think I'll continue going for 4.7GHz, depending on the temps and the voltage needed I might drop back to 4.5GHz for daily use, but I'll definitely see how high the chip can go first.

EDIT: VTT set to auto still results in a 124 BSoD.
Edited by Ellis - 9/12/11 at 2:47pm
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If you want to try, you can lower VTT if you have 8 or 4gb of not-oc'd ram. I know above 1.1v I would become unstable. 1.050-1.1 was good for me but 1.077 was significantly better than either of those (1.051 is stock/auto for me). It helped my Prime results too by a lot. I am 110% sure that more than 1.1 vtt for me increases stability.
Contradicted yourself there?
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Right, I tried setting VTT to auto and I got another BSoD (same 124 - never got another one). So I put it back to 1.1V and set the PLL from 1.7V to auto and...

Success!

1.36V, and 4.7GHz is stable with 20 minutes of 1344s and then 20 minutes of 1792s. And on that note, I'm going to bed.

Thanks for your help as usual. 4.8GHz tomorrow.
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Right, I tried setting VTT to auto and I got another BSoD (same 124 - never got another one). So I put it back to 1.1V and set the PLL from 1.7V to auto and...

Success!

1.36V, and 4.7GHz is stable with 20 minutes of 1344s and then 20 minutes of 1792s. And on that note, I'm going to bed.

Thanks for your help as usual. 4.8GHz tomorrow.
does certainly sound like the PLL voltage is the culprit, leave it on auto if it brings better stability. Lowering it is not always better as you have found, maybe even increasing it will help further, until you do more testing you'll be able to know.

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Well i just wanted to up my sandy system.
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Contradicted yourself there?
Yeah, I'm gonna correct that now.

Increases INSTABILITY. lol.
    
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