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post #11 of 20
Check this guide it will help you out!
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/968053-official-sandy-stable-club-benchmarks-stable.html
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post #12 of 20
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Thank you.

I will also ask around there but it seems noone is using my exact motherboard.

My stock voltage is 1.170 or something. So maybe voltaging is a bit different in my motherboard.
post #13 of 20
Do you have speedstep turned on?

Speedstep will sync the power with load on the CPU. So if you are doing things that dont need much V it will step it down. Or vice versa.
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Thread Starter 
First time hearing about speedstep

Its something in the BIOS i believe. Let me see where this option is located in my bios.

I believe leaving it ON is the recommended norm?

EDIT: Also right now i have it clocked at 45 with 100 Voltage somewhere around 1.240s

Doing a 3Dmark11 and no restarts yet. I need to test it in gaming later tonight

My Temperature is 60 degrees (in 3dmark11 not idle) now but i believe its to be expected with such an overclock.
Edited by iARDAs - 11/4/11 at 2:33am
post #15 of 20
Ya you will want to test it with a linpack like P95 or Linx for stability.

Yes if speedstep is left on you adjust your offset to adjust voltage. If you turn it off you adjust the V manually.
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Right now I am running at 38*100

with stock voltage and no problem

Will test it more to 40*100 tomorrow and see what happens.
post #17 of 20
Sounds great! Ya you can either work up to see whats stable or go for the OC you want and keep adding V until temps are too much or you end up stable.
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post #18 of 20
Thread Starter 
İ will be pushing for higher speeds now.
post #19 of 20
Iardas, can you write me what are yours settings in The BIOS right now?

Thanks
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by pawelp View Post

Iardas, can you write me what are yours settings in The BIOS right now?
Thanks

Hey bro

BCLK 100
Turbo All cores
by All cores 40
Internal PLL overvoltage AUTO
Memory Frequency AUTO

CPU Voltage 1.185V 0.020
Dram AUTO
VCCIO AUTO
PCH AUTO

Load Line calibration Enabled
CPu Spreed Spectrum Enabled


I hope this helps.
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