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Hi OCN

Have been overclocking for some time now. First good one was the E6600, however that was the last Intel chip I did. Nothing but AMD, up until this FX news became offical.

Now I have swapped back to an i5 2500k, and can't wait to give this a whirl.

Sooo, can someone please either link me to the best guides, or just simply list the things one should be aware of/watch out for/have turned off or on.

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http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...uide-p67a.html

Check that one out since it uses a GB board it should be very similar to yours good luck.
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http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...beginners.html

This is a very good guide. The only thing they don't really touch upon is overclocking via offset voltage, which allows you to idle at a lower voltage and then ramp up as necessary. To do that (if your board supports it) just boot to Windows on the multiplier you desire for the OC, keep the offset voltage to the default, and see what load voltage is by using something like prime95. If you get 1.35v and you want 1.3v, set it to -.05v, same as like if you wanted 1.3v but it gave you 1.2v, you do about +.1v.
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Is 5GHz 24/7 an unreasonable number?

Thanks for the link dude
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Is 5GHz 24/7 an unreasonable number?

Thanks for the link dude
A little bit unreasonable. With robust cooling like custom water loops, it's very easy to keep the temps in check. However these chips are 32nm, if you're pumping high voltage (let's say 1.5v give or take some for 5ghz) it could degrade over a period of many months. I'm really cautious, I would only do 1.35v or less like the Clunk guide says, but some people might say 1.45v or less. Either way what voltage you decide to go by, that's more of a limiting factor than temperatures in some instances. All chips OC differently but you should get anywhere from 4.5ghz to 4.8ghz in a safe voltage range.
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A little bit unreasonable. With robust cooling like custom water loops, it's very easy to keep the temps in check. However these chips are 32nm, if you're pumping high voltage (let's say 1.5v give or take some for 5ghz) it could degrade over a period of many months. I'm really cautious, I would only do 1.35v or less like the Clunk guide says, but some people might say 1.45v or less. Either way what voltage you decide to go by, that's more of a limiting factor than temperatures in some instances. All chips OC differently but you should get anywhere from 4.5ghz to 4.8ghz in a safe voltage range.
^ this. My personal belief is 1.35 if it's under air 1.45 if it's a a nice custom loop.
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Hmmm

Ok. Lets say, 4GHz 24/7 (because even then it won't bottleneck my cards) will allow me to keep a low voltage? Like 1.2v or 1.0v even?

How about 3.5GHz 24/7 on 1.0v? Possible?
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Hmmm

Ok. Lets say, 4GHz 24/7 (because even then it won't bottleneck my cards) will allow me to keep a low voltage? Like 1.2v or 1.0v even?
Yea that's cool but you should be able to go a little higher and still retain low voltage. My 2500k is a pretty decent clocker, it does 4.4ghz @ 1.232v. I would guess most chips should do around 4.2ghz @ 1.2vish which is perfectly fine for not worrying about degradation.
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For 4ghz 24/7 all I had to do was change the multiplier from 33x to 40x and nothing else! it was prime stable and ibt stable. I even left LLC at level 5.

But to get 4.2ghz I set the Vcore to 1.295v (1.24v under full load/1.27v idle)and LLC to level 3 other than that I changed nothing else. Did 3 different 25 cycle runs of ibt max/v.high/high all stable and prime95 stable 7hrs.

hope that kinda gives you an idea.
Edited by jameschisholm - 10/22/11 at 2:56am
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Yea that's cool but you should be able to go a little higher and still retain low voltage. My 2500k is a pretty decent clocker, it does 4.4ghz @ 1.232v. I would guess most chips should do around 4.2ghz @ 1.2vish which is perfectly fine for not worrying about degradation.
Mine did 4.0 @ 1.200 if I remember correctly ibt well for 20 runs on maximum and 10 hours on prime so maybe not 100% but it was promising if I had wanted to keep it that low.
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