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So exactly what it seems, I can't seem to reach any further than 4.6 using an Asus P8Z68-V. I can sometimes boot into windows at 4.7 , but it always crashes under 5 minutes of prime (even up to 1.42v). Usually error code 124. Anyone have experience with Asus p867/z68 boards?
So my current stable settings are:
4.6ghz
PLL overvolt -> Disabled
Load-line Calibration -> Ultra High
VRM Frequency -> 350
Phase Control -> Extreme
Duty Control -> T.Probe
CPU Current Capability -> 130%
CPU Voltage -> Manual 1.35v
DRAM Voltage -> 1.65v
VCCIO Voltage -> Auto
CPU PLL Voltage -> Auto
PCH Voltage -> Auto
DRAM DATA REF Voltage -> Auto
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage -> Auto
DRAM DATA REF Voltage -> Auto
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage -> Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum -> Disabled

You may want to try putting PLL overvolt on Auto or even enabled. PLL overvolt on auto made the difference for me once at the same vcore. Also, 1.7 on PLL voltage is usually the sweet spot from everything I read. Change duty control to Extreme, CPU current capability to 140%. Re-enable CPU spread spectrum.
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Below are the bios settings I use for my 4.6GHz clock.
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Edit: currently testing how it runs with EPU enabled on Auto.
Edited by Celoth - 11/18/11 at 6:07am
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You may want to try putting PLL overvolt on Auto or even enabled. PLL overvolt on auto made the difference for me once at the same vcore. Also, 1.7 on PLL voltage is usually the sweet spot from everything I read. Change duty control to Extreme, CPU current capability to 140%. Re-enable CPU spread spectrum.

Spread Spectrum should be disabled when overclocking,can cause instability.smile.gif
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Enabled actually, unless you're changing the BCLK.
 
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Hello all. I just got to 4.5 stable (for about 7.5 hrs anyway, stopped to look into changes).
I used this video step by step:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMZoWOpry40

I'm looking for suggestions on this OC method. I read several guides and watched several vids, all point in slightly different directions. My goal for now is to be in the 4.5 ~ 4.8 range and be at the lowest possible voltages and temps... (as "safe" as possible with a mild to moderate OC). I'd also like to keep my computer as quiet as possible so I'm not sure if disabling fan control and runing them full out as suggested in this guide is really ideal.
Please provide suggestions, thanks! Screenie below:
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To add to my previous post, I did a little analysis of the club spreadsheet for those running a 2500k right around 4.5 GHz...

Voltage
Average 1.307
Min 1.232
Max 1.38
Average MHz 4502.018182

Seems I should be targeting a voltage of below 1.35v. It would be nice if the spreadsheet included other settings as well.
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Enabled actually, unless you're changing the BCLK.

Actually has nothing to do with BCLK,this is a quote from "raja@ASUS",CPU Spread Spectrum: Modulates the processor clock to reduce radiated noise emissions. Disable if overclocking, as clock modulation will increase instability.
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To add to my previous post, I did a little analysis of the club spreadsheet for those running a 2500k right around 4.5 GHz...
Voltage
Average 1.307
Min 1.232
Max 1.38
Average MHz 4502.018182
Seems I should be targeting a voltage of below 1.35v. It would be nice if the spreadsheet included other settings as well.

Don't get too hung up on what others have their vcores at. Your chip is a unique snowflake... kinda... and you could have one, like mine, that requires around 1.38v to be 4.5GHz stable. In my case around 1.408v to be 4.6GHz stable.
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Enabled actually, unless you're changing the BCLK.

Actually has nothing to do with BCLK,this is a quote from "raja@ASUS",CPU Spread Spectrum: Modulates the processor clock to reduce radiated noise emissions. Disable if overclocking, as clock modulation will increase instability.

News to me. IME disabling spread spectrum let me run stable at a higher BCLK. I'm stable at 48x*101@1.42volts. Highest stable I've got with spread spectrum enabled and changing the BCLK was 47x*100.7.
I'm stable with CPU spread spectrum enabled in the bios and running at 47x*100@1.37(1.384 prime run for club), 24/7 folding,(18hrs prime), auto vrm(for my stable run for the club I ran VRM at 320), LLC extreme, current 130%, 1.65 PLL, 1.1835(or 1.11835, would have to check) VCCIO, memory timings 10-10-10-24-2t(stable run for club 9-9-9-24-2t; which is stock rated timings). (Since my stable prime run for the club, folding 24/7 wasn't completely stable at those settings, namely the memory).

Messing with those settings and getting my rig completely rock solid 24/7 folding at 5GHz(50x*100)@ 1.46v, I've found that when using manual VRM, CPU spread spectrum is automatically disabled, according to the AI Suite. Not sure of the relationship there. Maybe someone with a bit more knowledge there could expand on that.
 
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News to me. IME disabling spread spectrum let me run stable at a higher BCLK. I'm stable at 48x*101@1.42volts. Highest stable I've got with spread spectrum enabled and changing the BCLK was 47x*100.7.
I'm stable with CPU spread spectrum enabled in the bios and running at 47x*100@1.37(1.384 prime run for club), 24/7 folding,(18hrs prime), auto vrm(for my stable run for the club I ran VRM at 320), LLC extreme, current 130%, 1.65 PLL, 1.1835(or 1.11835, would have to check) VCCIO, memory timings 10-10-10-24-2t(stable run for club 9-9-9-24-2t; which is stock rated timings). (Since my stable prime run for the club, folding 24/7 wasn't completely stable at those settings, namely the memory).
Messing with those settings and getting my rig completely rock solid 24/7 folding at 5GHz(50x*100)@ 1.46v, I've found that when using manual VRM, CPU spread spectrum is automatically disabled, according to the AI Suite. Not sure of the relationship there. Maybe someone with a bit more knowledge there could expand on that.

Have you ever read this guide about overclocking sandy bridge from an Asus engineer? There's lots of good information in their based on their testing of sandy bridge on their motherboards. http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110 It discusses stuff like spread spectrum, PLL overvoltage, etc. and how they affect overclocking.
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I've tried with it enabled and disabled and it made zero difference for me when doing straight multiplier overclocking. I haven't messed with BCLK overclocking enough to say how it affects that either way.
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