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post #1 of 10
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I know this edition of mobo has some limitations on it, but it's the only one i chould opt for. There 4 can someone pls help me with a OC guide to about 4.2 GHz or even 4 GHz. At this OC the voltage does not need changing or at least i hope it does not This board laking Voltage editing.

my system :

core i5 2500k
kingstone 4 gb kit 9-9-9-27 1.65 v
seasonic 520w
gainward gts 450 gs
noctuah NH-U12P SE2 cooler

again pls help i know it is a burden with this kind of board but if someone did it and succeded or knows a stabile clock, pls type in your bios settings made there if u can .. ty again
post #2 of 10
http://itshootout.com/r-353/asus-p8p...rd-review/p/3/

Looks like you have limited options... however it does say you can manually control CPU voltage. My experience with lower end ASUS boards is the power VRM sections are weak... (I have 2 lower end boards crunching BOINC tasks and the VRM section is pitiful with terrible VDroop)

You will have to live it the way it is or upgrade the mobo.

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found a setup that is overall stable .. well i hope it is runing prime 95 just now and it be ok .

i need some advice on the voltage that he autoregulates, all cores at 100% with a voltage of 1.320 maximum and that allso drops and rises ( drops to 1.300v and rises to max 1.320) i have heardd about overvoltage a bit that the board does automatic but i think this is in safe specs for 4.2 ghz, with a temp of ( 47 C asus suit II ), real temp shows ( 53 C, 55 C, 57 C, 55 C ) per separate core, and speed fan shows 53 C.
Aux in speed fan shows 58 C to 59 C.

Prime reached 1 hour now on the way to 2 hours. wish me luck guys... Hope this is stable. Pls come with suggestions ok..

Pls tell me guys if this is ok, not realy a pro in OC, i just know the basics.
By the way the BCLK is at 100
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allmost 2 hours have pasted[IMG]

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/832/testallmost2hours.jpg/[/IMG]

Until now ok. Any suggestions are most wanted if any pls say ok.. ty again
post #5 of 10
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wrong button sry this should do now

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...ost2hours.jpg/
post #6 of 10
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4 hours have passed and i am proud of saying that it has passed. with a OC of 4.2 Ghz from 3.3 Ghz

i think u could go higher but still with this board this thing is limited in bios but one can try the AI suite II, thing that i do not recomend it is the same as upgrading a bios from windows... myeah anywhay here are the results so u can all see
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...noprobyey.jpg/

i will soon post my bios settings
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4 hours have passed and i am proud of saying that it has passed. with a OC of 4.2 Ghz from 3.3 Ghz

i think u could go higher but still with this board this thing is limited in bios but one can try the AI suite II, thing that i do not recomend it is the same as upgrading a bios from windows... myeah anywhay here are the results so u can all see
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...noprobyey.jpg/

i will soon post my bios settings
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post #8 of 10
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Heh i know ...


K here are my settings..

AI oc tuner - manual
BCLK/PEG - 100.0 (if u change here u might get that cold double boot problem)
Turbo Ratio - By Per Core (Core 1 - 42, Core 2 - 42, Core 3 - 42, Core 4 - 42)
Internal PPL - Disable
Mem Freq - Auto
EPU power saving - Disable
Dram and cpu power man left untoched
offset mod +
CPU offset - Auto
Rest of options Left untoched

Other values - Dram (1.5v) - auto
Vccio (1.050v) - auto
PCH Voltage (1.050v) - auto
Load line - auto
Cpu spread spec - auto
Advance tab - changed only APM - PCIe -> enable

Finaly during the prime 95 test the cpu voltage was 1.304 and 1.312 that is about it

any other suggestions like should i mess in the ram area and change mem freq - from auto to ddr3 1600MHZ and allso in dram timing should i place the ram spec's 9 9 9 24 t1
having the DDR III 4GB, 1600 MHz, CL9, Dual Channel Kit 2 module 2GB, Kingston HyperX XMP (9-9-9-24-t1)

hope it helps somewone out there having my ishue and pls send any other suggestions i can see that only two people has posted but maybee i will get more reply's here, that whould be perfect at least.

Again these setting worked for me and my setup, having a HAF 912 case with 2 fans on top 120mm, one 200mm in front , one 120mm in the back and proc cooler noctua NH-U12P SE2 cooler that is a beast in it's own right.

again pls reply and tell me if u found out any other settings or at leat if a OC master read's this pls say if what i did is good or decent or even not good i do not care i just whant to know
post #9 of 10
good day sir... I do have the same mobo... I Overclocked my i7-2600k reaching 4.4Ghz.. stable... thumb.gif

Used Prime95 for an hour and it went smooth.. temps reached 72C with my V8.. smile.gif
Edited by RazorCaT - 1/28/12 at 1:56am
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post #10 of 10
Same mobo as well. With my i7 2600k I was able to get my multiplier to x45 = 4.5 ghz. Ran Prime95 and had no problems. Temps are below 80c & vcore under 1.4v. Been running BF3 for over a week with this speed and no problems so far.
@ 4.7, unstable as hell.
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