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Originally Posted by liljoey112 View Post

Well another fail 1.38 core voltage long and short power 200 and by fail I mean wont start

Umm. When you power it on does it immediately turn off?
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post #22 of 37
we all sucked at overclocking at one stage , you will learn .. it helps if you overclocked on previous hardware just to get the hang of things thumb.gif
    
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Additional Turbo voltage:.04-.012

Short Duration power Limit [w]: 200
->Long Duration Power Limit [w]: 200
->Long Duration Power Limit [sec.]: 1
Core Current Limit: 200
Spread Specrum: auto
CPU PLL: 1.835
VTT:1.12

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Umm. When you power it on does it immediately turn off?

It posts then before it loads the windows booting screen it shuts off. But before I started overclocking my pc would load the bios and then restart then load into the bios any help about that
 
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It posts then before it loads the windows booting screen it shuts off. But before I started overclocking my pc would load the bios and then restart then load into the bios any help about that

Did you say you rest the cmos yet?
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It posts then before it loads the windows booting screen it shuts off. But before I started overclocking my pc would load the bios and then restart then load into the bios any help about that

Did you say you rest the cmos yet?
yes! Its my favorte button!! I am also using off set voltage
 
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Additional Turbo voltage:.04-.012
Short Duration power Limit [w]: 200
->Long Duration Power Limit [w]: 200
->Long Duration Power Limit [sec.]: 1
Core Current Limit: 200
Spread Specrum: auto
CPU PLL: 1.835
VTT:1.12
settings that worked for me..hope it helps

Will try yours also every one will get rep as soon as I get off the rooted book tablet and go back to the pc
 
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post #28 of 37
The one thing I've found about overclocking is that the best thing you can do it go slowly. Don't bit off more than you can chew and try to get a 1GHz overclock the first time you boot. Go for small voltage and clock increases, and try to boot after each one. Once you have found as high as you can boot stable, dial it down a bit until you can easily run a long stress test without any hint of instability. The main key is simply patience.
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post #29 of 37
I have to say that SodaAnt, you are absolutely right. All it takes is time, and jumping to the big multipliers right away can be very frustrating because you don't really have solid information about where your chip was stable to begin with. Try overclocking modestly to like 4.2ghz, and then make note of all of your voltages and temps. Then start slowly increasing multiplier and re-running stress tests until you are no longer stable. Rinse and repeat, slowly increasing voltage (vcore) as you go. Patience and time is all it is going to take you, also, write things down, so you have some guidelines as to what has worked and (X) out stuff that you have tried that does not work. You will get there, just keep poking away it. I wish there was a magic number, and I know your frustrations as well. I just switched from a GA-P67X-UD3-B3 to a P867 Extreme and the bios differences threw me all off, and I had a stable overclock smile.gif

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post #30 of 37
I don't know if Asus and Asrock boards are crazy different, but for my Asus board you only have to change like 3 settings to get a stable OC.

CPU ratio: Manual -> 45
Internal PLL OverVltg -> Enable (you might not even need to do this)
Core Voltage -> whatever your chip needs. Mine need 1.32. 2500k will likely be a little less.

Everything else is left on auto/default/stock. If it crashes, add a tiny bit more voltage until it stops crash.
    
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