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I'll look it up. It's on the first page of the hardware reviews link just above though. Also, if anyone is going to follow Intel's design specs it's Intel.

Bam- Easy stuff Page 28 Figure 4.3
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It's not helping (turbo power max setting) , still at 3.99GHz when I run tests....but I sometimes see the frequency jump to 4.7GHz when opening stuff in windows...
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Originally Posted by Sharky[SVN];13430184 
It's not helping, still at 3.99GHz when I run tests....but I sometimes see the frequency jump to 4.7GHz when opening stuff in windows...

Enable c1,c3,c6,overvolt,turbo
Disable speed step


Have a look at that pdf I posted, it's the guide for OC'ing your mobo.
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Originally Posted by dave12;13430201 
Enable c1,c3,c6,overvolt,turbo
Disable speed step


Have a look at that pdf I posted, it's the guide for OC'ing your mobo.

thanks, I'll try it


also, I've set vdroop to low (high performance) in bios

and voltage to static
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Originally Posted by dave12;13430183 
I'll look it up. It's on the first page of the hardware reviews link just above though. Also, if anyone is going to follow Intel's design specs it's Intel.

Bam- Easy stuff Page 28 Figure 4.3

That's just a picture of an OC. And they increased the BCLK against both Intel's and Asus' recommendations. If that's what you go by...
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Originally Posted by B!0HaZard;13430214 
That's just a picture of an OC. And they increased the BCLK against both Intel's and Asus' recommendations. If that's what you go by...

That is INTEL

and the relevant part is that CPU multi is 34.
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Originally Posted by Sharky[SVN];13430184 
It's not helping (turbo power max setting) , still at 3.99GHz when I run tests....but I sometimes see the frequency jump to 4.7GHz when opening stuff in windows...

If you are aiming for 4.8Ghz with hyper-threading enabled. Reset your UEFI BIOS to its default values. Increase the core voltage to 1.400. Use a set voltage, "fixed" in some UEFI's. Use the 48 multiplier. Save and exit. Reboot, now look at CPU-Z, Prime95 and so on.
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Originally Posted by dave12;13430235 
That is INTEL

So what? Intel also recommends that you should not OC at all and that BCLK should stay default. That they recommend that the Turbo function is used for OC'ing is laughable when they at the same time go against 2 of their own recommendations. Just ask Viridian, it's not advisable to change BCLK.
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fact, you can't increase the base multiplier at all! This was true in both the Intel DP67BG motherboard and ASUS motherboards I used, so I suspect this limitation is built into either the processor or the P67 chipset. Your only option is to increase the multiplier that will be used by Turbo Boost, and you can set individual multipliers to be used when 1, 2, 3, or all 4 cores are in use. Thus, if you disable Turbo Boost technology, you can't overclock the processor at all.

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http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=647&Itemid=69&limit=1&limitstart=15

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1501/7/

http://downloadmirror.intel.com/19482/eng/DP67BG_PerfTuningGuide01.pdf

This guy needs a hand overclocking. Your not helping and your denigrating the advice of those that are. If MSI's bios allow you to set the base multi to 45 that's great but no one else does.
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