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post #1061 of 9599
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Originally Posted by Gomi View Post

God this chip is awful.
4.8 Ghz @ 1.44 (Anything lower and it aint stable).
Temps: 81 - 86 - 83 - 78
Does not help that the Z77E-ITX does not come with CPU PLL in the BIOS *Sigh face*
those are quite low temps, did you delid and replace intel tim?
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post #1062 of 9599
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those are quite low temps, did you delid and replace intel tim?

Nah, never bothered mate (Or had the nerves really) - Looking at a "used" 3770K (Friend that jumped to X79), if that happens I might de-lid the 3570K.
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post #1063 of 9599
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I seem to be hitting a wall around 4.6Ghz. I can do 4.2Ghz @ stock voltage, 4.4Ghz with just a little boost. I can run P95 stable @ 4.5Ghz, 1.24v, & ~70c, but windows won't even boot @ 4.6Ghz even when adding an extra 0.1v. ... I haven't tried playing with PLL voltage...
Just as an FYI, enabling PLL overvoltage did allow me to get past my 4.6Ghz wall. But testing P95 @ 4.7Ghz & 1.33v did error after about 15 mins, and my temps were hovering in the mid 70s, and even occasionally peaking into the mid 80s, so I don't think it's worth it to try for higher. Diminishing returns, and all, especially considering that I'm mostly a web browser. biggrin.gif Currently testing 4.6Ghz @ 1.3v. I'll probably find the voltage needed to make 4.6Ghz stable, then back it down to 4.5Ghz, and call it a day.
post #1064 of 9599
Hi, im new on this forum but i have used the guide to overclock my i7-3770k on a z77-pro4-m.
I have the problem that it doesnt run 4500 all the time when benching/rendering. It automatically clocks back to 3500.


Does someone here has an idea what can be the problem?
post #1065 of 9599
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Just as an FYI, enabling PLL overvoltage did allow me to get past my 4.6Ghz wall. But testing P95 @ 4.7Ghz & 1.33v did error after about 15 mins, and my temps were hovering in the mid 70s, and even occasionally peaking into the mid 80s, so I don't think it's worth it to try for higher. Diminishing returns, and all, especially considering that I'm mostly a web browser. biggrin.gif Currently testing 4.6Ghz @ 1.3v. I'll probably find the voltage needed to make 4.6Ghz stable, then back it down to 4.5Ghz, and call it a day.

Support, i'm also not comfortable to run my chip at high volt, as I need 1.44 for 4.8 stale, and 1.505 i can get 5.0 and prime95 got error after 30mins. lol

sounds like I'm happy with 4.5, but actually i have no choice mad.gifmad.gif
post #1066 of 9599
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Originally Posted by Fable-NL View Post

Hi, im new on this forum but i have used the guide to overclock my i7-3770k on a z77-pro4-m.
I have the problem that it doesnt run 4500 all the time when benching/rendering. It automatically clocks back to 3500.

Does someone here has an idea what can be the problem?

Not sure why, can you post screeshot for your BIOS?

or may be someone else know? im not really good at OC biggrin.gif
post #1067 of 9599
Fable, did you max out all the current/power limits?
post #1068 of 9599
Yes, they are on 500(max) and that timey thing was on 54 secs(max)
Temp were max 75 so that cant be the problem.
post #1069 of 9599
What timey thing? Does 54 seconds correspond to how long before it clocks itself back down?
post #1070 of 9599
With timey thing i mean the Long Duration Maintained.
It clocks down after 2 mins or so. But then it goes up for 15 secs and then down for 5 and so on.
Edited by Fable-NL - 7/27/12 at 6:06am
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