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Any luck?
Edited by phazer11 - 4/17/11 at 12:10pm
     
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Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post
enable it then... it is needed for anything above 4.8+,

you might also want to increase your pll voltage to 1.86 or so if you want 5ghz

Edit: phazer11 beat me to it.
PLL Overvoltage being needed for anything above 4.8GHz isn't the case at all. PLL Overvoltage will allow you to get past a multiplier wall if you run into one. For example: 47x boots, 48x boots, 49 fails, 50x fails... Enable PLL Overvoltage and now 48x boots, 49x boots, 50x boots, until you reach the max multiplier of your chip. Using PLL Overvoltage often requires a little extra VCC as well. Not all chips have a multiplier wall at 48x... OP could have reached his at 45x and would require PLL Overvoltage to be enabled for 46x+. This may or may not allow him to extend the multiplier limit he can use. There's no guarentee. My old 2500K and both of my 2600K's can boot and reach stability up to 51x with PLL Overvoltage disabled all day long.
Edited by compudaze - 4/17/11 at 9:37pm
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Meh you get lucky sometimes with a golden chip. Most of them don't go to 5ghz.
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