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Heya, followed this guide, pretty much exactly as he is initially going for the same result as me (4.5ghz) and has the same ram frequency.

Set my timings to 7-8-7-20.

at 4ghz I use 1.28v under load. Hit 57c after 30mins of prime (not long enough I know but it's nearly 1am and I'd like to at least boot stable tonight.

Any ideas? Tried 4.5ghz at both 1.28 and 1.3v

Edit* 4.3ghz runs at 1.28v, I'll test it with prime for a bit before stepping up to 4.4ghz

Edit2* 4.3ghz after 15minutes of prime at 1.28v hit a maximum of 62c and that was 10minutes ago. Going to try for 4.4ghz now.

Edit3* 4.4ghz boots fine, EIST works, using 1.26v and 1.6ghz idle and 1.28v and 4387-4399mhz. I'm staying with a friend until Sunday morning so for now I'm content, 33-38c with a game sitting idle in the backgro-... A BSOD just interrupted me >_< Back to 4.3ghz for now.

Edit4* 4.3ghz BSOD after 20minutes of prime, going to sit on a stable 4ghz until I receive some help, I'm a complete noob at overclocking.

I WILL be checking this thread and these forums constantly as work is normally dead (Working in a bike shop, 3-4 people enter throughout the entire day.

Thanks for reading and for any help I may receive!
Edited by Azarathal - 6/21/11 at 5:40pm
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post #2 of 15
I'd set your RAM timings to stock before messing with your computer clock~ you're doing it backward.

Set everything to stock, set everything to default even~ and then go to 45 multi and then see if it works. If it does, record the voltage~ then start playing from there. Sorry, your cpu may not be able to play the game at the voltages you're setting. I was well over 1.3 on my original chip trying to get 4.5~ just the way some of these are.
Edited by Inverse - 6/21/11 at 5:59pm
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Yeah, your voltage is probably too low. The guide you posted showed 4.5GHz at 1.336V. I'm currently at 4.7GHz at 1.425V. At 1.28V I'd be looking at 4.3GHz. YMMV as all chips are not created equal.
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I need 1.428 for 4.6

about 1.452 for 4.7

You need more voltage
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I'll try 3.3v when I'm home from work if all the bsod's are from lack of voltage I just increase it when it crashes right?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Azarathal View Post
I'll try 3.3v when I'm home from work if all the bsod's are from lack of voltage I just increase it when it crashes right?
not really so.
At the moment of BSOD you can see , an file, that caused BSOD.
if it connected with VGA drivers it might be like this


so. try to look for the information on screen.
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To the OP, set your RAM, etc to stock then give yourself a foundation. Stop going everywhere trying to find the quick fix. Start at 4.5-4.6Ghz, easily obtainable by these chips. Start at a higher vcore like 1.38v and if it boots just fine then run your prime95 while monitoring your temps. If it's stable for awhile then bump down the vcore by .05v increments. Rinse and repeat until you have the lowest vcore possible for your overclock. When you have that, you have yourself a solid foundation to work with. Want 4.7Ghz now? Then start bumping your vcore up a little from that foundation until your stable at 4.7Ghz. It's a repetitive process, and there is no easy way to make it go faster.

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Yeah, your voltage is probably too low. The guide you posted showed 4.5GHz at 1.336V. I'm currently at 4.7GHz at 1.425V. At 1.28V I'd be looking at 4.3GHz. YMMV as all chips are not created equal.
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I need 1.428 for 4.6

about 1.452 for 4.7

You need more voltage
That's some serious vcore for 4.6-4.7Ghz. I understand that all chips are different, but have you guys tried to lower it? Just seems way to high for the overclock you guys are receiving. I run 1.32v@4.6Ghz on my 2600k and that's with Hyperthreading with absolutely no issues. Those 2500ks should be capable at running at a lower vcore.
Edited by Doogiehouser - 6/22/11 at 3:19am
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I'll start at 4.6 then won't be home until Sunday and might not be sober until Sunday evening so I'll let the thread run for a bit until I check back

Thanks for the help guys.
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That's some serious vcore for 4.6-4.7Ghz. I understand that all chips are different, but have you guys tried to lower it? Just seems way to high for the overclock you guys are receiving. I run 1.32v@4.6Ghz on my 2600k and that's with Hyperthreading with absolutely no issues. Those 2500ks should be capable at running at a lower vcore.
Tried 4.7GHz at 1.35v and Windows wouldn't boot. 1.40v got it to boot, but was locking up. 1.425 and she's rock solid. Idle at 30*C and just touches 70*C at full load.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Doogiehouser View Post
That's some serious vcore for 4.6-4.7Ghz. I understand that all chips are different, but have you guys tried to lower it? Just seems way to high for the overclock you guys are receiving. I run 1.32v@4.6Ghz on my 2600k and that's with Hyperthreading with absolutely no issues. Those 2500ks should be capable at running at a lower vcore.
I need 1.428 for 4.6 GHz on my 2500K too.
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