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post #2811 of 9460
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my temps are better biggrin.gif

Very nice Lilchronic! What are your settings in bios for your 5Ghz OC?
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Very nice Lilchronic! What are your settings in bios for your 5Ghz OC?
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my temps after playng Farcry3 for a couple hours and some dayz mod @5ghz

Edited by lilchronic - 1/28/13 at 7:07pm
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post #2814 of 9460
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Very nicely tweaked! Are you OC your ram as well? I mainly have everything on auto after Internal PLL Overvoltage (disabled).

The only things I'm messing with for a 4.8Ghz OC are:

Multi=48
Offset= +0.005v
Turbo= 1.090v (i think, I need to double check)
CPU PLL= 1.750v
LLC = level 2

and with these settings my max Vcore is 1.360v...which I think it's kinda high for an 4.8Ghz OC and my tempes were around 95c max with a Kraken X60 and Corsair AF140s in push only!

THANKS for the screenshots! thumb.gif
Edited by Airrick10 - 1/28/13 at 6:46pm
post #2815 of 9460
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What is your CPU Load-Line Calibration level at? Yes the voltage switches back and forth...I believe that's normal.
If you're going for higher OC, just increase the turbo but check your voltage...you don't want to go past 1.5v on vcore while on full cpu load.

Its at lvl 2 right now.
So if I want to go higher than 4.4GHz I should increase multiplier and turbo at the same time or just the turbo? And by turbo you mean the turbo voltage right? Sorry about all the question, I'd hate to make the wrong moves here.

What about just increasing the multiplier till it gets close (but below) 1.5v?
post #2816 of 9460
I hate my 2500K. I need around 1.41V for 4.6GHz and 1.49V for 4.8GHz to solve the 0x101 BSOD error. **** this voltage-hungry chip! mad.gif
post #2817 of 9460
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Its at lvl 2 right now.
So if I want to go higher than 4.4GHz I should increase multiplier and turbo at the same time or just the turbo? And by turbo you mean the turbo voltage right? Sorry about all the question, I'd hate to make the wrong moves here.

What about just increasing the multiplier till it gets close (but below) 1.5v?

What I did was Increase the multiplier and if it froze or what not, I just increase the Turbo voltage until it's stable...but check your overall voltage...you don't want to go past 1.5v.

It's ok to ask questions, we are all here to learn thumb.gif

Edit: I'm not sure how good your motherboard is at OCing...so maybe someone with your motherboard or better OCing experience can help you out. biggrin.gif
Edited by Airrick10 - 1/28/13 at 7:02pm
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Note to self: check this later.
 
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post #2819 of 9460
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What I did was Increase the multiplier and if it froze or what not, I just increase the Turbo voltage until it's stable...but check your overall voltage...you don't want to go past 1.5v.

It's ok to ask questions, we are all here to learn thumb.gif

Edit: I'm not sure how good your motherboard is at OC...so maybe someone with your motherboard or better OCing experience can help you out. biggrin.gif

Okay. So increase multiplier till it freezes? (And you mean freeze during prime test? And how long should I be testing?) Then if it freezes, increase the additional turbo voltage by 1 increment till it doesn't freeze anymore?

All that while making sure the voltage does go past 1.5v? Also, what temperatures should I not be seeing while during 1-2h tests of prime? I wanna make sure I dont reach too high of temps.
post #2820 of 9460
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Okay. So increase multiplier till it freezes? (And you mean freeze during prime test? And how long should I be testing?) Then if it freezes, increase the additional turbo voltage by 1 increment till it doesn't freeze anymore?

All that while making sure the voltage does go past 1.5v? Also, what temperatures should I not be seeing while during 1-2h tests of prime? I wanna make sure I dont reach too high of temps.

Yes...like for my 4.8Ghz OC, I set multiplier to 48 and then save and reboot and It would freeze or wouldn't reboot. So I then would increase the turbo voltage until it went into windows..then I ran prime and it would crash...so again increase the Turbo voltage untill I was able to run Prime for 2 hours...I hear if you're able to run it for 6-8hours you're good.

As far as temperature, always check your temps while running prime...you want to stay below 90c...that's why if you have an air cooler, you can forget about trying to do a 5Ghz OC and run prime cuz your temps will be very high! Even my temps reached 95c with a NZXT Kraken X60 all in one water cooler! I was nervous about the high temps! So as long as your temps are below 90c and your voltage is below 1.5v, I think you'll be safe.
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