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Higher PLL = Lower Vcore or the other way?

As others have mentioned above, it is different for every chip/system. There are some that need low PLL for lower vcore and there are also some that need high PLL for lower vcore.
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post #9822 of 10702
Alright.

Anyway tried Level 10 LLC at 1.42, gives me after reboot (into bios) 1.56v LOL biggrin.gif And level 6 gives me 1.5 biggrin.gif
Level 3 gives me 1.4, which is closest to 1.42, are you supposed to get closer to the bios voltage, or load voltage?

At 44 multi.
Note just trying toget it stable, so that i may find a spot to start working myself up/down in voltage.
Thought Im aware 1.42 is high.

Haha not even stable at this voltage, 1.356 load prime95 blend.
1min and it bsod....I mean sadface'd.

Why the hell did MS remove the error codes from BSODs.. and whats wrong anyway?





Is the turbo watt/amp causing trouble cause its auto or, is the PLL low/high or is vcore low/high?
Edited by hamzta09 - 2/2/13 at 7:54pm
post #9823 of 10702
Keeps bsoding, also lowered pll to 1.7

Put voltage on auto, pll 1.7
42 multi

now it runs prime95 fine for some reason, 1.296-1.308 v

Yay can watch twitch while prime95ing. 30min has passed and no issues yet.

1 hour, still running. What the hell was wrong before, I dont get it lol, lower voltage = stable?

2 hours, still running.

nearing 3 hours, still fine.

4h still fine.

Ill consider it stable for now
Edited by hamzta09 - 2/3/13 at 12:31am
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Keeps bsoding, also lowered pll to 1.7

Put voltage on auto, pll 1.7
42 multi

now it runs prime95 fine for some reason, 1.296-1.308 v

Yay can watch twitch while prime95ing. 30min has passed and no issues yet.

1 hour, still running. What the hell was wrong before, I dont get it lol, lower voltage = stable?

2 hours, still running.

nearing 3 hours, still fine.

4h still fine.

Ill consider it stable for now

Auto usually gives a lot higher voltage the required, you should look at adjusting your VCore lower then if it is stable for now.
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Auto usually gives a lot higher voltage the required, you should look at adjusting your VCore lower then if it is stable for now.

Im aware, but if you have read, it wasnt stable before using manual voltage at 1.358+ in load, but it is at 1.296-1.308 load.

But I dont care as long as temp is fine and voltage below 1.32
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Im aware, but if you have read, it wasnt stable before using manual voltage at 1.358+ in load, but it is at 1.296-1.308 load.

But I dont care as long as temp is fine and voltage below 1.32

Hokay, I have to say it must be a pretty bad chip then frown.gif

1.3V is a lot for just 42x, you could see if you could push 4.6GHz with 1.35V or something, should work if the CPU is decent even.
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I have one question..
I overclocked my 2600k up to 4.8GHz, runned prime95 for 5h without any crashes..
What I updated in BIOS:
Multiplier: 48x
Load Line Calibration: Level 6
Vcore: 1.38v

Now CPU-Z always shows me Core Voltage: 1.380v, voltage doesn't changing under load and when idle it is changing between 1.380 and 1.400.. Is it normal?
But Core Temp is showing VID: 1.386v under load and about 1.000 idle.

    
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I have one question..
I overclocked my 2600k up to 4.8GHz, runned prime95 for 5h without any crashes..
What I updated in BIOS:
Multiplier: 48x
Load Line Calibration: Level 6
Vcore: 1.38v

Now CPU-Z always shows me Core Voltage: 1.380v, voltage doesn't changing under load and when idle it is changing between 1.380 and 1.400.. Is it normal?
But Core Temp is showing VID: 1.386v under load and about 1.000 idle.


VID is not your VCore, it is just a number for every multiplier that Offset Voltage is based on.
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But it is normal, when idle Vcore is 1.380-1.4 ??
Edited by chizijs - 2/3/13 at 6:20am
    
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But it is normal, when idle Vcore is 1.380-1.4 ??

With that LLC setting and fixed VCore: Yes.
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