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Originally Posted by TheGamefreak;15566209 
not assuming they all can just wondering if there's something besides the cpu as a reason why i can't no big deal as im not on water so 5.0 would not be a 24/7 use oc anyway more of a one time i can do it kinda thing

Edit: yea i was going to go with asus in the 1st place i have NO IDEA what made me go to msi guess ive gotta learn somehow

This ^

No big deal , have fun with your computer .. 4.8 to 5.0Ghz is really no difference in the real world ..

Next time round you know what to buy .

Still not too late to sell that mobo and get yourself a new one though , its entirely upto you though i really dont think its worth it for 200Mhz .

I know what its like though , you got to push for that extra bit .. thats what having a 2600k is all about i guess =)
    
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Yep, oh well live and learn , as i said the 5.0ghz is more of a cause i can thing not a 24/7 use
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Originally Posted by Lex Luger;15566235 
What a load of absolute crap posted here

MSI makes very high end motherboards in addition to budget boards.

The board you bought is a very high end board and should have no problem running 5 ghz if your chip if good enough. It has more than enough voltage regulation

You probably have your maximum wattage set at a low number in the bios, all you have to do is raise it to get you muliplier at a steady 50. If there is a power limit setting, change it to 150

SERIOUSLY PEOPLE, DONT POST IF YOU DONT HAVE A CLUE

He's CLEARLY throttling down. He's also stated that his motherboard DOES NOT have the function to adjust CPU current.

MSI haven't made a good high end board in YEARS.
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Originally Posted by lex luger;15566235 
what a load of absolute crap posted here

msi makes very high end motherboards in addition to budget boards.

The board you bought is a very high end board and should have no problem running 5 ghz if your chip if good enough. It has more than enough voltage regulation

you probably have your maximum wattage set at a low number in the bios, all you have to do is raise it to get you muliplier at a steady 50. If there is a power limit setting, change it to 150

seriously people, dont post if you dont have a clue


this. +1111

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This is done with GD65. Took me 10 s to find a screenshot.

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2011/09/22/msi_z68agd65_g3_lga_1155_motherboard_review/7
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Well i havent found a maximum wattage setting in my bios if one should exist...
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Some times the answer is no.wink.gif
    
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Very possible, I've had a couple 1155 MSI mobos & they both did it. First was a gd45 (returned since advertised as a sli board which didn't do sli), the max voltage was 1.5V but still did 5Ghz with a not so great 2500k.
The gd65 overclocked my 2600k to 5.8Ghz easily. The only problem i had with it was when overclocking the memory, bit too high & the thing would go into a boot loop worse than my GB ud4 did with a bad bios.
Overclocking sandy bridge is pretty much all in the cpu, if the chip can do pretty much any board will.
    
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no offense to anyone
i m no expert in oc ing but this is what my cheap msi z68 gd55 g3 does .Too bad im on cheap air cooling scared to run prime on these Voltages but the board is rock stable 1,32V 4,8ghz 7/24 and if i had a water cooling sure this msi board could run 5ghz+

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post #19 of 27
A 2500k is easier to run than a 2600k, especially with HT on. And the MSI your using isn't "high-end", but it's definitely not "low-end". Who really cares? 4.8Ghz is very commendable, unless you NEED 200Mhz over, stick with what you have and be happy smile.gif
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update your bios? i have like 400 spare mhz i can give you.
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