i would raise your Qpi slightly before you try increasing your vcore, if that doesnt work, then increase your vcore by 1 increment seeing as how high it already is. what are your load and idle temps btw?
I found that QPI/DRAM voltage was the key when overclocking my i7. Before raising the vcore you should try 1.35V for your QPI/DRAM and see if it becomes stable. If it is you can lower this voltage until it becomes unstable, then bump it back up to your last stable setting.
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