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Ok im going to set that to 140%. I was able to get close to being stable at 1.28v so i'll start there again and do some testing with prime95 custom blend, 1344 and 1792.
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Ok im going to set that to 140%. I was able to get close to being stable at 1.28v so i'll start there again and do some testing with prime95 custom blend, 1344 and 1792.


If you were close to stable at 1.280 V then I suggest you move up from there. Try 1.285 and then 1.290.

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Ok i'll do that then. Should I be messing around with the PLL or VCCIO yet? Or should I just be moving up slowly with the vcore first.
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Ok i'll do that then. Should I be messing around with the PLL or VCCIO yet? Or should I just be moving up slowly with the vcore first.


It's best to only change one variable at a time. If you change too many things at once you'll never find out what specific change accounted for your stability.

 

PLL and VCCIO voltage can be left to auto in most cases. Once you get your manual voltage sorted out, you can try reducing CPU PLL voltage to 1.700 or even lower. I know that I was stable with PLL voltage at 1.50625 V.

 

But it should be fine to leave it on Auto for now. I've never needed to mess with VCCIO on any of the various overclocks on my SandyBridge and auto should be fine, especially at your mild OC of 4.5 GHz.

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Alrighty so I set the voltage to 1.290v and right now im in the process of stress testing. I've just hit the 15 minute mark using custom blend 1344, and everything seems to be going fine but I still have the 1792 to test. Also I noticed that in CPU-Z, the voltage is varying between 1.288v-1.280v, mainly 1.288v. My LLC is set to Ultra High so does this mean I should increase the LLC level to 100%?
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Alrighty so I set the voltage to 1.290v and right now im in the process of stress testing. I've just hit the 15 minute mark using custom blend 1344, and everything seems to be going fine but I still have the 1792 to test. Also I noticed that in CPU-Z, the voltage is varying between 1.288v-1.280v, mainly 1.288v. My LLC is set to Ultra High so does this mean I should increase the LLC level to 100%?


The variance in voltage is fine. Your LLC calibration simply reduces the Vdroop, or the droop of the core voltage, under heavy load. That's a place you can fine-tune later, once you have a good feel for how your system likes to clock. Ideally, you have LLC set as low as possible while remaining stable, but that's probably one of the last things you want to change at this point.

 

One thing you can do for a quick and dirty stability test initially is to do a Prime95 Blend customized to use 90% or more of your physical memory and reduce the time to 1 minute per test. That will let you cycle through all of the possible FFT lengths in a little less than 2 hours. If you're stable there, then you can increase it back to the default 15 minutes and after running for about 18 hours, you'll have done all of the FFT lengths possible for your CPU. (And you'll be in the super stable club.)

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Alright time to do a overnight test, hopefully it all goes well. I've been trying to do this for days frown.gif
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So what should I put in the custom blend test? Do I just change the memory usage and then leave everything else to the default?
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So what should I put in the custom blend test? Do I just change the memory usage and then leave everything else to the default?


If you're going for the 12+ hour stability run, leave it all default except the memory use.

 

If you want to test all of the FFTs out in a short run just to catch any major instability issues before you dedicate 12+ hours to your rig crunching a maximum stability test, you can change the time per FFT from 15 down to 1 minute as well as changing memory use to be 90%.

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