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Intel i5-760 Lynnfield Overclocking

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I'm relatively new to Overclocking and want to safely overclock my i5 760 to a nice 4 Ghz. right now I've got it at 3.5Ghz with the help of other posts on overclock.net, but wanted more than the other threads. If anyone has any information to help me out I'd really appreciate it.
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HP Vectra 486/25N@25MHz EISA stone age! 4MB EDORAM 
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I have an i5-760 at 4.0GHz.

Turn off all stepping, drooping, and power-saving features in BIOS.

Manually set your memory to specified timings. Slightly underclock your memory by decreasing the multiplier. I underclocked my 1333MHz RAM to 1200MHz. Bump the CPU multiplier up to 20, set the BCLK to 200MHz. This will give you 4GHz.

Then set all the voltages to near the max safe values. And work your way down until the PC won't load Windows. Then bump the voltages back up.

Run Prime95 and see how long it lasts. Keep bumping up the voltages until you can declare your system stable. Everyone uses a different standard, but mine is just running Prime95 blend for 8-12 hours because the most intense thing I do is gaming.

I'm assuming you know what safe temperatures and voltages are for your hardware, and you know how to monitor your system.
Edited by pnoozi - 10/30/11 at 5:58pm
    
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