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Hello,

Would this awesome guide work for Haswell?  I am using a 4670k on a Asrock z87 Extreme4 and having Hell of a hard time finding guides for this combination.

no. sorry. completely different.

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If I go into system properties and under advanced > performance > settings > and then check off "Adjust for best performance" will this mess up the upshifting and downshifting of the multiplier for the speedstep tech?

I'm running win 7 btw.
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If I go into system properties and under advanced > performance > settings > and then check off "Adjust for best performance" will this mess up the upshifting and downshifting of the multiplier for the speedstep tech?

I'm running win 7 btw.

No, that will just disable some eye candy. You will still idle properly.

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Hi!

Thanks for the Guide! Im tying to overclock my 3570k with this guide using my Asrock Z77 Extreme 4. I got a few questions regards this guide since im a bit confused.

With this section:
-Getting closer... (Click to hide)
Now we will be working with both CPU multiplier and Turbo Boost Voltage.

All settings should be set from the previous section.

Goal: Achieve the highest stable multiplier with Turbo Boost voltage increase.

TEST: Pass 5min of "The Prime Test".

PASS: Increase the CPU multiplier by 1.
FAIL: Increase the Turbo Boost by 1 spot.
FAIL (Max Vcore): Decrease the CPU multiplier by 1.

Repeat this until you achieve the GOAL. For a nice easy overclock, precede to the Final Test, otherwise go to the next section.


Starting off with an OFFSET of +0.005v and Turbo Boost of +0.004v.

It says that if it failed ill be bumping up the Turbo Boost, so that means increasing the +0.004v right? or increase offset +0.005v?

One more thing, while running Prime95, my CPU-Z has stopped working. Does it means my OC is not stable?

Thanks a LOT.
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Hi!

Thanks for the Guide! Im tying to overclock my 3570k with this guide using my Asrock Z77 Extreme 4. I got a few questions regards this guide since im a bit confused.

With this section:
-Getting closer... (Click to hide)
Now we will be working with both CPU multiplier and Turbo Boost Voltage.

All settings should be set from the previous section.

Goal: Achieve the highest stable multiplier with Turbo Boost voltage increase.

TEST: Pass 5min of "The Prime Test".

PASS: Increase the CPU multiplier by 1.
FAIL: Increase the Turbo Boost by 1 spot.
FAIL (Max Vcore): Decrease the CPU multiplier by 1.

Repeat this until you achieve the GOAL. For a nice easy overclock, precede to the Final Test, otherwise go to the next section.


Starting off with an OFFSET of +0.005v and Turbo Boost of +0.004v.

It says that if it failed ill be bumping up the Turbo Boost, so that means increasing the +0.004v right? or increase offset +0.005v?

One more thing, while running Prime95, my CPU-Z has stopped working. Does it means my OC is not stable?

Thanks a LOT.

Ignore this question smile.gif I have done some back reading and got the answer to my question. Reading is really an essential biggrin.gif
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Hi!

Thanks for the Guide! Im tying to overclock my 3570k with this guide using my Asrock Z77 Extreme 4. I got a few questions regards this guide since im a bit confused.

With this section:
-Getting closer... (Click to hide)
Now we will be working with both CPU multiplier and Turbo Boost Voltage.

All settings should be set from the previous section.

Goal: Achieve the highest stable multiplier with Turbo Boost voltage increase.

TEST: Pass 5min of "The Prime Test".

PASS: Increase the CPU multiplier by 1.
FAIL: Increase the Turbo Boost by 1 spot.
FAIL (Max Vcore): Decrease the CPU multiplier by 1.

Repeat this until you achieve the GOAL. For a nice easy overclock, precede to the Final Test, otherwise go to the next section.


Starting off with an OFFSET of +0.005v and Turbo Boost of +0.004v.

It says that if it failed ill be bumping up the Turbo Boost, so that means increasing the +0.004v right? or increase offset +0.005v?

One more thing, while running Prime95, my CPU-Z has stopped working. Does it means my OC is not stable?

Thanks a LOT.

Ignore this question smile.gif I have done some back reading and got the answer to my question. Reading is really an essential biggrin.gif

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Hello!

Here's my first try OC'ing my 3570k with my Asrock Z77 Extreme4



Any suggestions how to lower my voltages? Do i have to lower turbo v or the offset?

Turbo Boost: +0.004v
Offset: +0.005v
LLC: Lvl 3
CPU PLL: 1.709v
VID: 1.3060v
CoreV: 1.288 Full load
0.840 Idle

Temps: Min Max
39c 79c
31c 83c
31c 77c
36c 76c

1hr w/ PrimeBlend

Im using a Swiftech H320 (push/pull) cooler, its way too hot here in the Philippines right now since its summer time. I got this temps with AC on :/ and i think its kinda HIGH.

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You can try using a negative offset to decrease your full load vcore but your idle vcore is already quite low so you may run into stability issues.

Rather then decrease the voltage, I would suggest leaving everything the same and increasing the multiplier to 45 +
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Hello!

I tried giving it a x45 multi, from +0.004 up to +0.020v i got bsod, i stopped for now, and planning to continue it for tomorrow, anyways for the said turbo voltages, it gave me up to 1.30-1.31'sh full load voltage. How about my temps? are they good? or a bit high. Its really hot here in the phils now.

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Temps are ok. You should be able to reach 4.5ghz without any issues. I would try to keep it under 90c when stressing the CPU on Prime 95.
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