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hi
i have overclock my i5 k

I left everything on default Did not touch anything on bios

i only raise the voltage up to 1.47 and multyplay to 47

the temp r good 72 prime 1 hour

Are there other settings to low the volt and more overclok

my mobo z68x-ud3h-b3
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1.47v is quite a lot for that overclock. Are you sure that by lowering the Vcore the overclock will become unstable?
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yeah it will fail in prime
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mltms;14627828 
hi
i have overclock my i5 k

I left everything on default Did not touch anything on bios

i only raise the voltage up to 1.47 and multyplay to 47

the temp r good 72 prime 1 hour

Are there other settings to low the volt and more overclok

my mobo z68x-ud3h-b3

You will probably want to try lowering that vcore, and stability testing longer than 1 hour.

For quick testing when trying to find voltage's to use I usually go with the custom 1344FFT, followed by 1792 FFT test. If it can pass that, then try to run a blend test with ~90% of your memory used for 12 hours+.
post #5 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheBlademaster01;14627850 
1.47v is quite a lot for that overclock. Are you sure that by lowering the Vcore the overclock will become unstable?

I agree. 1.47v is a bit much for 4.7GHz. My 2600k (with HT on) does 4.8@ 1.36v

One of 3 things is going on:

1. I have a great chip
2. You have a terrible chip
3. Both of the above tongue.gif
4. You can lower your vcore and still be stable
Edited by sintricate - 8/18/11 at 7:59am
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He probably only told what he set in BIOS. Bet that board has a huge vdroop.
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4,8Ghz here on 1.33V (1.35V in CPU-ID) and VTT 1.9V.
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Originally Posted by BALAST;14628419 
4,8Ghz here on 1.33V (1.35V in CPU-ID) and VTT 1.9V.

Can you show me the settings
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Originally Posted by sintricate;14627885 
I agree. 1.47v is a bit much for 4.7GHz. My 2600k (with HT on) does 4.8@ 1.36v

One of 3 things is going on:

1. I have a great chip
2. You have a terrible chip
3. Both of the above tongue.gif
4. You can lower your vcore and still be stable

this^^ lol. either a less then stellar mobo or chip. What your LLC set to?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BALAST;14628419 
4,8Ghz here on 1.33V (1.35V in CPU-ID) and VTT 1.9V.

Nice chip, although I don't think you mean VTT is 1.9v, I'm thinking you meant CPU PLL.

I don't even think mine would POST with voltage that low. I'm about 40 minutes away from completing a 12 hour blend test using 91% of my memory. I had to up my vcore to 1.445 (less than stellar CPU apparently)
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