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Munaim1,

Sorry to hear that happened.

From what I can tell, i'm stable at 4.5 with 1.33volts (ran prime 95 custom blends following munaim1's instructions). Please look over my settings to make sure I did things right.

What should be my next step?













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Hey guys, I've been following this thread for a while and really lots of good info here!
I wanna ask about PLL voltage. I am currently stable (sort of tested for 4 hours Prime95 standard blend, will do a 12+ hr soon) @ 4.5GHz, 1.296~1.304v. My PLL is at 1.7v. Will lowering it to 1.4~1.6v make me stable on less vcore? Also, I know high PLL damages the chip faster but what about these low PLL voltages?

Another thing too: I have LLC on Ultra high (75%) but my voltages still swings between 1.296 and 1.304, what should I do?

This is my first OC ever so please bear with me
Sorry for my bad english
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munaim1,

I am updating my overclock results posted 3 weeks ago. I swapped out my memory for G.Skill F3-17000CL11Q-16GBXL and with the information in this forum, I was able to achieve a stable overclock of 5.0ghz. I ran the Pime95 torture test for 30 hours and then stopped it.

Sorry for the late reply, Yeah I'll update your submission right now.



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Here is my UEFI settings for my overclock. I am actually curious if I am doing anything majorly wrong or weird. A "hey moron what are you doing?" would be much appreciated if anything is silly with my settings
THanks for the BIOS screenie's bud, will add it to the BIOS template sheet thanks




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Munaim1,

Sorry to hear that happened.

From what I can tell, i'm stable at 4.5 with 1.33volts (ran prime 95 custom blends following munaim1's instructions). Please look over my settings to make sure I did things right.

What should be my next step?
Settings look fine, stress test it and increase the multi then stress again and if it fails increase the vcore, keep doin gthat until you reach your desired overclock. Try and keep the temps below 85c when stress testing.




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Hey guys, I've been following this thread for a while and really lots of good info here!
I wanna ask about PLL voltage. I am currently stable (sort of tested for 4 hours Prime95 standard blend, will do a 12+ hr soon) @ 4.5GHz, 1.296~1.304v. My PLL is at 1.7v. Will lowering it to 1.4~1.6v make me stable on less vcore? Also, I know high PLL damages the chip faster but what about these low PLL voltages?

Another thing too: I have LLC on Ultra high (75%) but my voltages still swings between 1.296 and 1.304, what should I do?

This is my first OC ever so please bear with me
Sorry for my bad english
Some people have reported that lowering PLL voltage has helped reduce the vcore a little, you can try that. I know that reducing PLL voltage your temps will improve a little. Hwne I dropped my PLL voltage from 1.7v to 1.55v, my loads temps were 2/3c lower. Low PLL voltages should be fine.

LLC is there to help against vdroop. Vdroop is the difference between the UEFI and cpu-z load voltage. Ultra high does seem to do a good job when using manual voltage, however I would recommend dropping to High and increasing the voltage to your desired load voltage. When I did that it did help the voltage flucuation. Try that and see what happens. Good luck
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Sorry for the late reply, Yeah I'll update your submission right now.





THanks for the BIOS screenie's bud, will add it to the BIOS template sheet thanks






Settings look fine, stress test it and increase the multi then stress again and if it fails increase the vcore, keep doin gthat until you reach your desired overclock. Try and keep the temps below 85c when stress testing.






Some people have reported that lowering PLL voltage has helped reduce the vcore a little, you can try that. I know that reducing PLL voltage your temps will improve a little. Hwne I dropped my PLL voltage from 1.7v to 1.55v, my loads temps were 2/3c lower. Low PLL voltages should be fine.

LLC is there to help against vdroop. Vdroop is the difference between the UEFI and cpu-z load voltage. Ultra high does seem to do a good job when using manual voltage, however I would recommend dropping to High and increasing the voltage to your desired load voltage. When I did that it did help the voltage flucuation. Try that and see what happens. Good luck
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Thanks munaim1
You're most welcome, thread can get a little busy that's why I sometimes I need a little heads up on posts's that I may have missed
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Thanks munaim1.

Is my ram correct? It is 1600mhz.

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800Mhz is correct, it's DDR, so it shows the actual speed. DDR means double data rate, 800 doubles to 1600.

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This thread helped me get my voltage right down Loving the temps now.



Changed the H100 fans to Akasa 1225CSF fans. Unbelievable performance, 110% better than delta's or wings.

Yes, 41'C is my max temp on load.

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Thanks munaim1.

Is my ram correct? It is 1600mhz.
Yeah all good!!!

DDR = Double Data Rate.


Cpu-z show the memory clock rate not the effective clock speed. The memory clock rate is 800 and the effective speed is 1600.

Hope that makes sense.
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Yeah all good!!!

DDR = Double Data Rate.


Cpu-z show the memory clock rate not the effective clock speed. The memory clock rate is 800 and the effective speed is 1600.

Hope that makes sense.
Didn't know that! nice
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