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post #7961 of 10702
looking through this thread I'm seeing alot of VCCIO values about where I found my chip's sweet spot at 1.11250 V. All fine and dandy but windows keeps popping up Voltage warnings if I set it to that, so I had to tone it back a bit to get rid of those - which meant higher VCore and higher temps. Is the voltage warning Windows 7 is giving me inaccurate?
post #7962 of 10702
I don't think that's Windows giving you the warning. If it's AI Suite II, go to the Probe II window and disable or raise the limit on some of those alerts.

So far (after a year?) nobody seems to have had problems running the VCCIO at 1.150v, or even a bit higher.

And put your machine's specs in your sig if you want better help. rolleyes.gif
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post #7963 of 10702
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Originally Posted by samwiches View Post

I don't think that's Windows giving you the warning. If it's AI Suite II, go to the Probe II window and disable or raise the limit on some of those alerts.
So far (after a year?) nobody seems to have had problems running the VCCIO at 1.150v, or even a bit higher.
And put your machine's specs in your sig if you want better help. rolleyes.gif

Is this the way to talk to new people on this forum,some manners would'nt go amiss.smile.gif
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What I mean is that it sounds like he has an ASUS and I have lots of helpful info for new users with Z68's 2500K's -- I've had two chips and three boards.
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post #7965 of 10702
I took no offense.

Must be the AI Suite then, I was actually wondering if it was that. I'll disable the voltage warning. Hell might just uninstall it, since I tweak everything from BIOS anyway and I'm not quite sure what it's good for.
post #7966 of 10702
I agree, AI Suite II feels like more of a nuisance or unknown variable to me. Not to mention useless in most of those little applets. But it's good for small adjustments while testing, or quick suicide runs..

BTW, if you don't want to uninstall it you can still disable it at startup via Task Scheduler:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1139980/how-to-disable-ai-suite-from-startup#post_15277858
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I agree, AI Suite II feels like more of a nuisance or unknown variable to me. Not to mention useless in most of those little applets. But it's good for small adjustments while testing, or quick suicide runs..
BTW, if you don't want to uninstall it you can still disable it at startup via Task Scheduler:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1139980/how-to-disable-ai-suite-from-startup#post_15277858
Got to mention that if you install AI Suite, you're going to have lots of struggle getting rid of it because uninstalling it leaves some services, driver files etc on your computer.
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post #7968 of 10702
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Munaim, thanks for the all the info---needed 1.625v 1.650v for PLL to pass 4.9 stable. +10 rep. thumb.gif
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I have similar specs: 2500K and Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 w/ 3202 BIOS, but I can't seem to get a decent overclock without using a ton of voltage. At:

4.7 GHz, I need 1.38V
4.9 GHz, I need 1.475V
5.0 GHz, I need 1.52V

I'm using offset mode, but have also tried manual. I'm using an RS240 kit, and hit 60 on the hottest core during load.

All my BIOS are identical to yours, with the exception of a few things:

1. LLC

I'm using ultra high. Is there any reason you're using high? I remember reading through the P8Z68 threads that the board tends to be more stable on ultra high.

2. Long and Short Duration Power Limit

I have this set to Auto I think. What's the reasoning behind a 255 setting?
post #7969 of 10702
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Originally Posted by Yodums View Post

I have similar specs: 2500K and Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 w/ 3202 BIOS, but I can't seem to get a decent overclock without using a ton of voltage. At:
4.7 GHz, I need 1.38V
4.9 GHz, I need 1.475V
5.0 GHz, I need 1.52V
I'm using offset mode, but have also tried manual. I'm using an RS240 kit, and hit 60 on the hottest core during load.
All my BIOS are identical to yours, with the exception of a few things:
1. LLC
I'm using ultra high. Is there any reason you're using high? I remember reading through the P8Z68 threads that the board tends to be more stable on ultra high.
2. Long and Short Duration Power Limit
I have this set to Auto I think. What's the reasoning behind a 255 setting?

Some cpu's just can't hit 5 stable. Luck of the draw. Mine can 4.8 stable at 1.39 and 5Ghz stable at 1.44v, on air. Be content with 4.7 it won't bottleneck anything if your a gamer and it's still super super good.
post #7970 of 10702
So I overclocked my CPU to 4.3Ghz to see what the voltage would be (motherboard wont let me manually set voltage which is retarded). And it goes up to 1.4v. That is pretty damn high for only 4.3Ghz. So I said **** it and went back to default.

What should I do?
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