Originally Posted by McLaren_F1
Hey mun, been trying to play around with 4.9GHz but keep getting 124 errors.
VCCIO Voltage: Auto
CPU PLL Voltage: 1.7V
You bios settings look fine, just a case of maybe adding more voltage, unfortunatly not every chip is capable of 5ghz+. You could try and mess aroudn with the VTT and PLL, here is an example of a member doing the same and finding a sweet spot, I instructed for him to lower the values of each and test with prime blend, read from page 5 and post 45 for more info regarding vtt and pll:
Hope that helps bud and don't give up, hopefully 5ghz is a small obstacle and one that you can overcome
Originally Posted by MINE
At like even 1.35 + vcore i cant get it to boot up at 5ghz. At the loading screen it will just stay at a blank screen, so i will lower off and increase to level 2 to see if its boot up at least.
It's probably a case of adding more vcore. After a certain multiplier it usually needs a lot more voltage just for the next set of multiplier's, that's what you can call going over the sweet spot.
Work your way up, using small increment's and use the spreadsheet in the OP to work out a average vcore amount for 5ghz. If it isn't possible with a decent amount of vcore, then it may just be a case of your chip not having that potantial. As I have said many times, not all chips are the same, not all will go to 5ghz. I have seen chips that can't even do 4.7 and above.
Hope that helps clear things up.
Originally Posted by Tuxi
So I just ran almost 24hours of standard blend and then I thought I'd post a picture here and I read I should use at least 90% of my memory. I was like "meh" and closed realtemp and Prime95 and then read the thing again. WITH CUSTOM BLEND, god damnit! 5Ghz 1,375V, 1,2VCCIO stable though
Edit: Is there any way I could optimize the vcore? I tried fooling around VCCIO voltage and it helped a lot but I'm wondering if there's anything else I could do
LOL doing a custom blend with upto 80/90% of RAM is fine and ovbisouly in order to do that you must select the custom blend test. hopefully we get to see your screenshot in the near future.
Optimizing vcore.......... well not really, it works better to start off with a low amount and just work your way up using small increments, it's a little bit like tweaking while
you overclock. I posted a link to McLaren_F1 just above, have a little read at the same thing and maybe that may help.
Originally Posted by Buckley
May i please join this great club?
Im very happy with my OC. Hope this does it.
Originally Posted by b00st4ddicted
I wanted to thank everyone on this board for the help and support. I got my 2600k at 4.5ghz stable. Funny thing is, I took my time to track down the exact voltage come to find out I can just use pretty much all auto exact with a few tuning. Here is a screen shot of 12hrs prime95 blend run. Thanks again!!
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Originally Posted by Overclocker.Monster
HI!! I'm trying to set some 5000mhz config. just increasing vcore voltage from my earlier 4500 setup. NOW..........
Whatever I set the vcore, from 1.33 to 1.48 I can not let windows to boot up I get stack in windows logo (the one with black background) and it keeps there "starting windows" and all end ups there...
Now I'm running some prime with 4900 setup but I want to reach 5 and see how hot is it running...if I can let it 24/7
You may have to use PLL overvoltage with a high multiplier like 50, it usually upto 47 that you don't need PLL overvoltage, but that varies with cpu's.
Unfortunatly if it's not doable and if it doesn't boot with 1.48v even when using pll overvoltage, then there is nothing that you can really do about it. Some cpu's can, some can't, but I hope that's not the case for you
Edited by munaim1 - 10/11/11 at 12:09pm