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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Jdat, May 4, 2012.

  1. Jdat New Member

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    I just got a 2500k over a 3570k for overclocking. I can run it at 4.9GHz at 1.28v 2h prime stable (I didn't have much time to test..).

    Settings:
    - 1.4v vcore with level 5 LLC -> On full load goes down 1.28v
    - 1.2v vtt
    - 1.8v pll
    - 1.5v Vdram

    Temps below 60ºC
    The problem is reaching 5GHz, even with LLC off. Windows just freezes on boot. No bsod.
    Any suggestions? :)
     
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    "PLL Overvoltage" to get the higher multi working, might also want to change LLC level so that what you set for voltage is what you get.

    freezing during windows boot with windows logo showing, is usually dead multi. PLL OVervoltage can bring it back to life. iIf it's after the logo has disappeared, or BSOD, it might be something else.
     
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    Yes, it freezes on the boot windows logo. I also tried 49x102.1. Same results..
    When I get home, I will try an higher pll.
    Thank you :toast:
     
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    Currently at 5.2GHz with 1.4v :)
    I got rid of the freeze when I disabled the virtu multimonitor mode. PLL voltage actually helped lower the vcore a little bit. Vtt at 1.25v

    Temperatures below 70º under prime95

    Do you think it's safe for 24/7? I don't have many experience on chip's degradation..
     

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