to be honest I have never had an Intel. I suspect it may be relate to Turbo boost but 4.7 sounds kinda high from the normal I've read. Someone who's been in an Intel BIOS will probably have to take a look at this
Leave C1E disabled and all CStates, Speedstep (EIST) must be disabled if you want to run a 24-7 overclocks, don't mess around with PLL or system agent voltages just yet, you should be able to get a 47x100 overclock with 1.355VCore.
I need to have SpeedStep enabled to change the Short and Long term amounts. They are currently on Short term - 118 and Long term - 95 with duration at 1 sec. What do I set Core Current Limit to? It's on 200.
Leave your multiplier at standard 33/34, use TB frequencies at 4.4ghz, set your DRAM to 1600 or whatever you native speed is on your RAM. Set the long and short timings on the TB frequency to 200/250 and leave all voltages to AUTO along with EIST enabled and CState enabled on Auto.