Sandybridge - lowering VCCSA, PLL, PCH voltages? Tags: CPUs Sandy Bridge Overclocking Last response: May 4, 2011 8:05 PM in Overclocking Share tomsresults May 4, 2011 7:22:27 PM Hi, I have i2600K and ASUS P8P67 Pro I find I can lower some voltages substantially in the BIOS without affecting stability: VCCSA - set to minimum 0.80 PLL - dropped to 1.5125 PCH - dropped to 0.91 Some overclocking guides recommend dropping these voltages. But is it safe to do this? Or is it dangerous to go too low? More about : sandybridge lowering vccsa pll pch voltages saint19 a c 151 à CPUs a c 266 K Overclocking May 4, 2011 8:05:50 PM This topic has been moved from the section CPU & Components to section Overclocking by SAINT19 Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumOCing i5-2500k ForumVCCIO and VCCSA ForumMy Core i7 2700K Overclock - Are my settings, voltage and temps ok? ForumHow to know exactly when CPU voltage is stable ForumInternal pll overvoltage ForumAsrock P67 Extreme 4 voltage issues ForumI7-3960X on ASUS Rampage iv Extreme - Core Temperature ? ForumWhat happened ForumUpgraded rig. 6950 problems. Shocking ha? ForumNewbie to OC seeking help with i7 2600k OC on new gaming rig. ForumI7-3770K IHS removal and results ForumI5-3570k overclocking + overheating issues ForumNeed advice on x79 mobo choice for a new build ForumI5 3570K + Z77 PRO3 ForumSandybridge help ForumBest cost effective board for Sandybridge 2600k 5ghz build ForumI7 2600k max temp and voltages Forum[Solved] 2500k MAX Voltages? Forum[Solved] MSI 890FXA-GD65 Voltages. Forum[Solved] A few questions on voltages for a unlocked phenom x2 More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !