i5-2500k Overclock - Please Check

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Hello i'm still a newbieat this so i'm just checking if this is ok. Any advice is really appreciated

Asus P8Z68-V, i5-2500k, Kingston HyperX Genesis 8GB

Ai Overclock Tuner - Manual
BLCK/PCIE Frequency - 100
Turbo Ratio - By All Cores
By All Cores - 46
Internal PLL Overvoltage - Enabled (not sure why)
Memory Frequency - 1600
EPU Power Saving Mode - Disabled

Dram Timing Control - 9-9-9-27 2T

Load Line Calibration - High
VRM Frequency - Manual
VRM Fixed Frequency - 350
Phase Control - Extreme
Duty Control - Extreme
Current Capability - 100%
CPU Voltage - Offset Mode
Offset Mode Sign - (-) minus
Cpu Offset - 0.030
Dram Voltage - 1.55
VCCIO Voltage - Auto
CPU PLL Voltage - Auto (dont know if i need to raise a little bit)
PCH Voltage - Auto (unsure)
CPU Spread Spectrum - Disabled

Results in (for me)
Idle - flucuates between 0.976 - 0.984
Load - flucuates between 1.336 - 1.344

I selected IBT for stabilty testing
20 runs standard
40 runs maximum (max temp 71c)
didnt want to go any further untill i got some advice, thankyou
 
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yer I'm not so sure about the temp. It's not high by any means but I would have thought the d14 would have ran a couple of degs below that at max at 4.6 :/ maybe I'm wrong. TBH it all looks fine. Can you go further?
 
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yea you gotta remember thats IBT on maximum for 2 hours with a bad lapping.
In gaming you can take a approx 10c of that so low 60's. and with a good lap i would not expect it to go above 60 at all. Don't want to go any further as benchmarks do not justifying the extra voltage and temps. the main settings i'm concerned with are; Internal PLL Overvoltage, CPU PLL Voltage and the cpu voltage
 
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