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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.

No worries, sometimes the best course of action is to try it out and see what happens. It's not like you're playing with crazy voltages. Most of the settings in the motherboard I tried myself 'just to see what happens - whether or not it helps or not' and also used a few recommendations off a few experienced overclockers.


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Do you want my BIOS template too?

Cheer's bud, I'll add you later on in the evening. Yeah sure, would certainly appreciate your BIOS template. Thanks again. thumb.gif


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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?

yeah 1.5875v worked best for me. As AeroZ mentioned, only use PLL overvoltage if the multi has trouble booting to windows.


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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?

Both Voltage and temps can hurt a CPU, If you're going to be upgrading your chip soon ie. Ivy then yeah run it at 1.5v. Just an estimate, but running it 1.5v without folding on it, could last you at least 3-4years with the temps you get, maybe even more, it's hard to say. Just do what you're comfortable with. thumb.gif
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Alright. My chip needed Internall PLL OV enabled on my old mobo to boot at 45x, so I'll enable it here too. I am excited to get the rig really 12 hours stable.
I am deliberating whether to OC to 4.5 or 4GHz thinking.gif
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Alright. My chip needed Internall PLL OV enabled on my old mobo to boot at 45x, so I'll enable it here too. I am excited to get the rig really 12 hours stable.
I am deliberating whether to OC to 4.5 or 4GHz thinking.gif

go for 5ghz lol tongue.gif

Ivy is around the corner!! how long you planning on keeping your chip?

I'm going transfer my chip to my other rig and get Ivy as son as it comes out smile.gif
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go for 5ghz lol tongue.gif
Ivy is around the corner!! how long you planning on keeping your chip?
I'm going transfer my chip to my other rig and get Ivy as son as it comes out smile.gif

And keep your motherboard? smile.gif I hope the difference of the new chipset vs. the current chipsets now is minimal.
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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

Reapply the TIM, and make sure you're getting good airflow through your case.
I'm peaking at 72c at 4.7@1.384 on the pre-applied TIM that comes with the H100.
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Hey everyone, I would really like it if you could tell me any way I could get my overclock a bit higher. I'm a first-time OCer. Currently I'm running a 2500k at 4.4 GHz with 1.380 vcore, 1.050 QPI/Vtt, and CPU PLL at 1.800v, LLC enabled, and everything set to auto. My memory is using an XMP profile. Is there any way I could get my OC to about 4.7 to 5.0?
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Hey everyone, I would really like it if you could tell me any way I could get my overclock a bit higher. I'm a first-time OCer. Currently I'm running a 2500k at 4.4 GHz with 1.380 vcore, 1.050 QPI/Vtt, and CPU PLL at 1.800v, LLC enabled, and everything set to auto. My memory is using an XMP profile. Is there any way I could get my OC to about 4.7 to 5.0?

If you're positive that your 1.380Vcore is as low as possible at your 4.4 GHz, then I would doubt that you'll make 4.7 to 5.0 on any sane voltage.

I suspect that you could reduce your voltage significantly at 4.4 GHz though, so perhaps you can re-examine your BIOS profile and improve it. Many of the 2500K were capable of 4.4 GHz on stock or near-stock voltages. Having everything set to "auto" might be causing this. I suspect that with a manually specified offset voltage that you can either lower your Vcore at 4.4 GHz or you can hit 4.6 or higher on that 1.380 Vcore.
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I don't think 1.380 vcore is the lowest, but I'm a big noob overclocker and I get good temps and stability at those settings.
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I don't think 1.380 vcore is the lowest, but I'm a big noob overclocker and I get good temps and stability at those settings.

Yeah, I'm just saying that you should be able to get alot more out of your voltage in terms of clock frequency, without sacrificing any stability. At that voltage, I'd suspect that you could be in the 4.6 to 4.8 GHz range with a little bit of work.

You asked if anyone could help you get your OC higher, and I'm suggesting that you switch to a manually defined offset mode (if you want to leave speedstep enabled) or go to a straight manual voltage if you want to go that route. In either case, I suspect that you will find that you have the same stability that you enjoy now with a higher clock frequency.

Try experimenting with the offset setting first. After that, you can experiment with reducing your CPU PLL voltage and reducing the amount of LLC that you're using (if your BIOS allows it.)

When it's all said and done you'll learn more about overclocking your rig, have a faster overclock at the same voltage (or a lower voltage at the same overclock), be just as stable, and most likely have an overclock that will provide you with more computational power for a given clock frequency, due to reducing throttling at high load.

There are quite a few folks in this thread who can help you do it and I'd be happy to as well although I am not familiar with the Gigabyte BIOS so you might want to ask a Gigabyte owner for detailed help there.
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You asked if anyone could help you get your OC higher, and I'm suggesting that you switch to a manually defined offset mode (if you want to leave speedstep enabled) or go to a straight manual voltage if you want to go that route. In either case, I suspect that you will find that you have the same stability that you enjoy now with a higher clock frequency.

Try experimenting with the offset setting first. After that, you can experiment with reducing your CPU PLL voltage and reducing the amount of LLC that you're using (if your BIOS allows it.)
So offset is sort of like the C1E thingy? Am I right?
I will try both to see if any of them make it more stable.
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