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hey munaim1!! I have check out the templates but they just post the CPU-Z stuff... but not all the variables they've changed in the BIOS.

- kaigan



Check the OP and the spreadsheet, at the bottom you should be able to select different sheets. The BIOS templates Sheet is the one you want smile.gif
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you are a GODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD. I love you!!!! btw, I saw some higher than 4.5 ghz OC on other Asus and Asrock MOBO like the P67. Does the settings change from Asrock to Asus? I am very new at this. many thanks!

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you are a GODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD. I love you!!!! btw, I saw some higher than 4.5 ghz OC on other Asus and Asrock MOBO like the P67. Does the settings change from Asrock to Asus? I am very new at this. many thanks!

-kaigan

not really, the settings between motherboards do the same thing. Just a reminder, not all chips are the same, therefore your voltage may vary when it comes down to stabilizing the chip. Use the templates as a base line and change the values accordingly.

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Hello,

Thanks for your help. I guess i'll just settle for 4.6ghz. It's still a very decent overclock especially at 1.335v smile.gif It wont boot with anything higher...i have tried 4.7ghz and 4.8ghz, the system POSTS, the windows logo shows and then freezes and system locks. I have tried all the way up to 1.45v and still no joy. Not really sure what PLL Overvoltage is or LLC etc. I have just set them as per the guides on the internet.
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Thanks for the response munaim1! Just got my HAF 922 case today, so excited for next week!

hey Daylrese! could you post some images of your bios settings at 4.6 ghz? many thanks biggrin.gif

-kaigan
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OK so i have been reading guides and experimenting this weekend with my new setup.
Here are my settings....can anyone tell me if they look ok?
i5 2500k
4.6ghz
VCore 1.335v
Ultra High LLC
C3 C6 Auto
CPU Current Capability 140%
Phase and duty controls Extreme
EPU Power Saving Disabled
VRAM Frequency manual 350
CPU Temp Idle: 23c
CPU Temp Max: 54c
Its runs 100% stable running prime95 for several hours. I tried 1.4v @ 4.8ghz but i get BSOD.
My core speed goes down to 1600mhz when idle according to CPU-Z (SpeedStep enabled) but my voltage stays at 1.334v....is this normal?
Is there any way i can get windows to show 4.6ghz instead of 3.3ghz in the system properties?
Also I just picked up a Corsair Vengeance 8GB 1600mhz 8-8-8-24 kit...how do i go about overclocking this?

those are some crazy low temps
post #17 of 57
Here are some simple settings for the Asus board. Reset to default and follow these settings:

BCLK: 100.0
Turbo Ratio: by all cores
Multi: 45x
PLL Overvoltage: Auto
EPU Power Save: Disable
OC Tuner: Cancel/Off
CPU Ratio: Auto
Speedstep: Enabled
Turbo: Enabled
VRM: 350
Phase Control: Optimize
Duty Control: Extreme
CPU Current Capability: 110%
CPU Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Mode Sign: +
Offset Voltage: Auto

Adaptive Thermal: Enabled
Active Cores: All
Limit Maximum: Disable
Virtualization: Disable
CPU C1E/C3/C6: Enabled

Make sure to manually set DRAM voltage, timings, and frequency. Good luck.
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Make sure to manually set DRAM voltage, timings, and frequency. Good luck.

what would be a good starting point for the Asus z68 v-pro/gen 3? I thought the RAM would be left alone? I was looking at munaim1's BIOS Template and I didn't see any setting on the RAM part.

-kaigan
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Make sure to manually set DRAM voltage, timings, and frequency. Good luck.
what would be a good starting point for the Asus z68 v-pro/gen 3? I thought the RAM would be left alone? I was looking at munaim1's BIOS Template and I didn't see any setting on the RAM part.
-kaigan

As munaim1 said, your RAM can be set at stock settings if your not benching Read his RAM guide for SB, wether you intend to bench or not, it's very informative (as are all of his posts and threads). It includes some links links that compare RAM speed and performance comparaisons.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1085715/overclocking-choosing-ram-for-sandybridge-h67-p67-z68
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Make sure to manually set DRAM voltage, timings, and frequency. Good luck.
what would be a good starting point for the Asus z68 v-pro/gen 3? I thought the RAM would be left alone? I was looking at munaim1's BIOS Template and I didn't see any setting on the RAM part.
-kaigan

It depends on your RAM, not your motherboard. If you look on your RAM sticks or on the product specifications page, it will give you the voltage, frequency, and timings. Set those manually in the BIOS.
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