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I have a small question and i thought that it would be interesting to share it with you biggrin.gif
If i change Cpu Current Capability from 100% to 140% and Duty Control from T.probe to Extreme is gonna affect the overall system stability? I mean is gonna help on 4.5 Ghz overclock on anything?
My tested and stable settings at the moment are:
Multiplier: 45x
BCLK: 100
VRM Freq: 350
LLC: Ultra High
Intel Speedstep: Enabled
c1e: enabled
c3, c6: auto
PLL Overvoltage: disabled
Spread Spectrum: disabled
Cpu Current Capability: 100%
Duty Control: T.probe
Phase Control: extreme
Vcore manual set: 1.370v. Now on load i get 1.360 - 1.368v and idle on 1.368v - 1.376v
DRAM voltage: 1.50v
DRAM timings: Auto (correct seted 8-8-8-24 with manufactureres default)
DRAM frequency: 1600Mhz
VCCIO: auto (1.052v)
PLL voltage: auto (1.798v)
Thanks in advance for your answers.

I have similar settings @ 4.5GHz, althought I have PLL Overvoltage enabled and my vCore is 1.35. My PLL voltage is set at 1.7. I was curious about the benifits of changing the current capability % and the possibility of disabling the PLL overvoltage or reducing vCore with it increased to 130% ~ 140%. I've not read every page of this thread, but I've not seen Current Capability discussed a whole lot. Fill a nooby in would ya?
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Well to be honest i havent read it much but sincebthe guys here saying so im giving it a try smile.gif
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I have similar settings @ 4.5GHz, althought I have PLL Overvoltage enabled and my vCore is 1.35. My PLL voltage is set at 1.7. I was curious about the benifits of changing the current capability % and the possibility of disabling the PLL overvoltage or reducing vCore with it increased to 130% ~ 140%. I've not read every page of this thread, but I've not seen Current Capability discussed a whole lot. Fill a nooby in would ya?

Simple, it removes any kind of limit and allows for you to overclock to what ever you want as long as the cpu has the capability. It's a bit like setting the Turbo core current limits in ASrock or MSI motherboard's.
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Finally, the CPU Current Capability is the total power current available to the CPU cores. Intel purposely limits this to its own spec so the cores won't explode when someone attempts to shoot 200 amps through them. However, this also limits overclocking as the current demand increases with frequency and voltage. Increasing this factor can prevent any artificial limit of high overclocks.

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Simple, it removes any kind of limit and allows for you to overclock to what ever you want as long as the cpu has the capability. It's a bit like setting the Turbo core current limits in ASrock or MSI motherboard's.
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Finally, the CPU Current Capability is the total power current available to the CPU cores. Intel purposely limits this to its own spec so the cores won't explode when someone attempts to shoot 200 amps through them. However, this also limits overclocking as the current demand increases with frequency and voltage. Increasing this factor can prevent any artificial limit of high overclocks.
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Is it possible that by enabling increased current, that you could decrease vcore? Typically, people are tacking on vcore when they have stability problems, perhaps an increase in the current limit is all that is needed...?

Is 140% safe for 24/7 or would 120% ~ 130% be a better place to start?
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Simple, it removes any kind of limit and allows for you to overclock to what ever you want as long as the cpu has the capability. It's a bit like setting the Turbo core current limits in ASrock or MSI motherboard's.
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Finally, the CPU Current Capability is the total power current available to the CPU cores. Intel purposely limits this to its own spec so the cores won't explode when someone attempts to shoot 200 amps through them. However, this also limits overclocking as the current demand increases with frequency and voltage. Increasing this factor can prevent any artificial limit of high overclocks.
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Is it possible that by enabling increased current, that you could decrease vcore? Typically, people are tacking on vcore when they have stability problems, perhaps an increase in the current limit is all that is needed...?

Is 140% safe for 24/7 or would 120% ~ 130% be a better place to start?

By changing that, you're not really increasing the current, you're increasing the ability to receive more current if required without the motherboard capping it and no that doesn't mean that you can use less vcore. 140% is fine, I've been overclocking these chips for quite some time and it's not had any ill effects.
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Munaim youre gonna be here in 30 mins? I followed all your advises you gave me before. In 30 mins i will know if im gonna pass my last bsod time. I will report here
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Munaim youre gonna be here in 30 mins? I followed all your advises you gave me before. In 30 mins i will know if im gonna pass my last bsod time. I will report here

yeah I should be smile.gif

If you need further help, check out this thread where I'm already helping a member smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1181274/stubborn-oc-and-bsod-101-124-errors#post_15891904

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Dammit p95 4096k with 90% ram 1 hour and 10 mins passed with the last changes of vccio and pll volts... Superb... Munaim ur the man biggrin.gif . Now im thinking on reducing the vcore to 1.360 and make the test with 4096k again. Or maybe not? When i tested 1.360 it bsod 124 on p95 in 5 hours. You that it might was vccio and pll voltages from the begining??
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Dammit p95 4096k with 90% ram 1 hour and 10 mins passed with the last changes of vccio and pll volts... Superb... Munaim ur the man biggrin.gif . Now im thinking on reducing the vcore to 1.360 and make the test with 4096k again. Or maybe not? When i tested 1.360 it bsod 124 on p95 in 5 hours. You that it might was vccio and pll voltages from the begining??

Just to let you know, the FFT's in question, 1344, 1792 or even 4096 are suppose to be hard on SB, therefore it's not required to run them for hours and hours, lol. It's for those looking for a quick stability testing. 15-30mins each is fine.

Once you're happy with the overclock, run a 12hour Custom blend (don't change the fft's) with up to 90% of your available RAM.
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