Used advice. my computer failed to boot at 5.1 ghz. I cleared cmos then configured the options you said. I decided to just leave it at 5 ghz and keep playing with the Vcore voltage. I initially set it to 1.44v. With this i was able to get through the intel burn test on max setting with temps jumping around from 75 to 85. I wanted to see how low i could have Vcore volts with it stable at 5ghz. So i droped it down to 1.3v and it crashed during the Burn test. Uped it to 1.35v and it still crashed lol.. I guess 1.4v was a lucky guess? haha i ran the test one more time at 1.4v on max to be more sure so i could then go ahead and overclock my RAM (kingston hyperX 1333 8gb 2gbx4) So i read the section in your guide on TDDP and the DRAM voltage and them to 1.15v and 1.64v accordingly to up my RAM frequency to 1600. I left the cas at 9,9,9,24
After that i did the intel burn test again at max settings. It passed it. But then in the middle of the night, i left it on to download something, it crashed. Before i left this morning, i uped the Vcore to 1.45, the DRAMv to 1.66 and the tdd to 1.2. I uped both of them because i am not sure how to tell which one caused the crash because i got it to pass the Intel burn test both ways. Oh and i do have Load Line calibration (enabled), in my BIOS i do not have the option for Level 1 or Level 2. I will check to see if it crashed when i get home tonight, but any suggestions would be great.