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I've been trying to get a 2700k prime stable at 4.8ghz.
I'm currently running 1.385 vcore, I got a bsod after about 5hours it was the 0124 code.
Now I've read up on it and I'm reading conflicting information, any advice?
I've tried increasing vccio voltage slightly but that made no difference.
Ram is running at xmp profile.
Is it simply a case of more vcore needed?

Have you tried messing with your PLL voltage? Even if you have "low voltage" RAM, in my experience bumping VCCIO up to 1.15V helped a lot.
post #7262 of 10701
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Thought I would join the fun. Was going for just a good starting point or baseline to really OC my 2500k. Here's what im running and sorry no pic im at work biggrin.gif
MSI P67A-G43 (B3) BIOS 1.9
Shes running at 4.5Ghz @ Idle Vcore of 1.248v and load 1.256v. Have it set in the BIOS for 1.255v
Off the top of my head EIST, C1E, Intel Power states, Spread Spectrum are disabled.
RAM is set to auto with XMP settings, High Vdroop, PLL Voltage enabled (only auto/enabled/disabled on MSI board)
Ran 15 runs through IBT on Standard, and 6 hours of Prime blend temps were around 65c-69c.
Ran through 3DMark Vantage 11(?) to kind of stress the whole system temps were around 55c-60c
Played about an hour of SWTOR, game ran smooth as butter and temps never went above 57c.
So for a baseline what do you guys think, can anyone with the same board recommend anything?? I only plan to go up from here so all input is appreciated.

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Have you tried messing with your PLL voltage? Even if you have "low voltage" RAM, in my experience bumping VCCIO up to 1.15V helped a lot.

No I haven't touched the pll voltage

I've read that some say lowering the voltage helps stability, while others say it needs increasing.
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No I haven't touched the pll voltage
I've read that some say lowering the voltage helps stability, while others say it needs increasing.

Both are correct. It really depends on the chip. Some like high PLL, some like low PLL. And it's not like higher or lower is always better. For example, my OC is 12hr+ stable at PLL 1.6125V. One step higher and one step lower, I BSOD after about an hour. Three steps higher, and I can go 8 hours or so. One step higher than that, and I struggle to last 30mins. You really have to test every PLL voltage step.
post #7265 of 10701
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Both are correct. It really depends on the chip. Some like high PLL, some like low PLL. And it's not like higher or lower is always better. For example, my OC is 12hr+ stable at PLL 1.6125V. One step higher and one step lower, I BSOD after about an hour. Three steps higher, and I can go 8 hours or so. One step higher than that, and I struggle to last 30mins. You really have to test every PLL voltage step.

Thanks.

Looks like I'll be starting from the min recommended voltage and working my way up to find the "sweet spot"

Thanks again, and sorry for posting in this thread, I should have searched as there were more appropriate threads to post in to ask questions like that.
post #7266 of 10701
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I will occasionally get a message from AI Suite saying my motherboard temp is at "Danger- 126C" or my Vcore is at 0.00 Volts. Only thing this program is good for is if you want to change the cpu multi in the windows environment. I wouldn't use it for anything else because I just don't trust it.

i am thinking about just uninstalling it. JUNK!!!!
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Whats the best thing to tweak to try to get to 5ghz im stable at 4.8ghz with 1.416 but 5ghz haset been even remotely stable even up to 1.488.
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Whats the best thing to tweak to try to get to 5ghz im stable at 4.8ghz with 1.416 but 5ghz haset been even remotely stable even up to 1.488.

I had to use 1.5V Vcore when I had my 2600K. Every 2600K is different.
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Whats the best thing to tweak to try to get to 5ghz im stable at 4.8ghz with 1.416 but 5ghz haset been even remotely stable even up to 1.488.

Have you tried iterating PLL voltages?

I agree with AMC. Every chip is different. My friend has a 2500k, and at first we thought it was an uber chip. It would run 4.5GHz at something under 1.2V. But no matter what we tried, we couldn't get it last for more than about 10min stable at anything above 4.6GHz. We tried every setting and every combination. Nothing would work. Sometimes, that's just the way the cookie crumbles.
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