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After many requests, here are my settings for this particular chip (2500k) - 1.440/1.448v 5GHZ on M4E with new 2105 BIOS:



Maximus IV Extreme 2105 BIOS - 2500k @ 5GHZ (Click to show)

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Edited by munaim1 - 12/22/11 at 9:53pm
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Maybe I'm wrong but those temps for H100 looks kind of high...

you are right

any ideas what i can do?

its a push pull config and using intake / exhaust fan setup on my case

the room temps are pretty cool too
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I wasn't able to stabilize it sadly at the same voltages. CPU-Z read 1.504v and of course I am unwilling to use that much voltage for a 24/7 overclock. But this did help me with a few other tweaks that I think will help stabilize a lower 4.8Ghz overclock.
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For me the load the voltage fluctuates a little less and when using LLC you don't have to compensate the offset voltage by much. It's there for a reason, so why not use it? Ultra high LLC vs High LLC, you read that over at my BSOD thread. It helps with the idle voltage but still keeps it much lower than the load voltage. Please read up and come up with your own conclusion. There is no right way except for trying it yourself and seeing what works best for YOU

Ok, I'm so sorry if I keep on pestering you. It's just that I haven't had the time to install the OS on my computer yet after changing motherboard from P8Z68-V to P8Z68-V/GEN3 and SSD from Corsair Force GT to Crucial M4. So that's why I have these questions.
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you are right
any ideas what i can do?
its a push pull config and using intake / exhaust fan setup on my case
the room temps are pretty cool too
Maybe try to reapply the TIM. I'm not very familiar with water cooling systems tho. The first and best bet is to try reapplying tim. If that doesn't work then try something else. Also get a good tim too.
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Thank you for posting these info but this is already a known fact for most of us here. But the main question here why use LLC when you are using Offset mode AND INTEL SPEEDSTEP TECHNOLOGY. With Speedstep and Offset, your Idle voltage is way way lower than when using Manual.

You are welcome. I had to use 25% LLC or else I had stability problems. No matter what I did with my offsets and my VCC I had random BSODs from time to time. A minimum 25% LLC bump fixed the stability issues without causing me any problems with Error 0x0...0101 BSOD due to under-voltage during Vdroop. Higher offsets would have worked but they actually caused me some throttling issues and were reducing my performance while increasing my heat. By keeping the voltages lower at peak and adding the LLC I was able to get more performance with less throttling at lower temperatures for a more efficient overclock.

Every system is unique. *shrug* To get mine 18+ Prime95 hour stable I had to do it this way. (Also stable 24/7 folding, IBT, Memtest, etc)
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Do you want my BIOS template too?
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Munaim!
A couple of questions!
Regarding your OC, I assume 1.5875 was your optimal PLL?
Also, at a 45x OC, Internal PLL OV should be Enabled on a P67 Pro, yes?
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Munaim!
A couple of questions!
Regarding your OC, I assume 1.5875 was your optimal PLL?
Also, at a 45x OC, Internal PLL OV should be Enabled on a P67 Pro, yes?
Internal PLL OV should be enabled only if you can't boot into windows. Otherwise leave it to disabled.
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Temps are the only thing that kills a CPU right? Or is the alone fact that there is voltage surging through it also effect it? I can run 1.5v and keep the temps, under stress testing and while gaming, under 68c with my cooling setup. What should I do here?
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