Originally Posted by anubis1127
I changed up my OC a little bit, I changed to Offset Voltage, instead of Manual Voltage, same speed, similar volts, and higher temps. (I also have my case fully assembled, last time I had no front, or side panels on).
I think I'm going to try lowering my CPU PLL, see if maybe I can OC a little higher with the same vcore.
Thanks bud, I'll update your submission now before the site goes down
Originally Posted by Thryack
Ok I had realtemp running for 5 hours then I clicked show desktop and it disappeared..
if that's not enough proof then w/e, I'm happy with the results
edit: My bad it's 1.33v not 1.32v
It helps to read the OP sometimes, there is plenty of info there.
Originally Posted by Rops84
Ok, iv been OCing this chip for almost 6 months now and i see some patterns in its behaviour...
And i came to a conclusion that i need less cause i w seen other chips work @ 1.5 PLL.
Also i w noticed that my second core is causing troubles to me and the lower i go on PLL shes more stable with less Vcore, and @ 5 Ghz no matter the Vcore 2 nd worker fails, and by adding PLL it fails sooner...so its easy to conclude i could make it stable with less PLL.
Also i dont need internal pll overvoltage to boot to windows as far as MULTI x52...
Mind this is not the first nor only i5 2500K i OC...
Sorry bud I'm not aware of any modded BIOS that you can download or flash. My advice is go to lowest as possible and work with that unless you purchase a different motherboard that has that function, however I'm not aware of the lowest voltage setting available on the motherboards. PLL votlage between 1.5-1.7v is more common, anything below usually