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post #4151 of 9489
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Well those other people are not overclocking correctly either. Then first rule in overclocking is that you don’t overclock w/ your vcore on auto. Any good overclocker will stand by this.

Agreed. My chip on auto blasts out 1.381v at 4.5ghz and I had tto stop p95 everytime because temps were just unacceptable so I lowered it using a negative .080 offset with .012v additional boost. Temps were still unacceptable so I delidded and decided to try mx4 while I'm waiting for my CLU to come in and it lowered my temps by 15c with my new Noctua cooler so now I can run 4.5ghz without having to worry that. I am going to burn up my chip. Going to go buy a 3770k at MC this weekend for $230 so I can have another chance at getting a good chip since this one sucks so bad.
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Looks to me like it is installed wrong. The backplate has a directional cutout, and with the nonconductive pad in place it should be pushing right against the back of the cpu socket. The HS down force needs to be countered by the backplate! Pull it and remount using only the parts for the 1155 mount. Irecall that they supply different thickness washers for the different sockets.

The h55 did had that tape the h80i dosnt since it has one backplate that you adjust depending on the intel processor

I should have gotten a different one ... This is turning into a nightmare
    
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Its up to you, I'm just letting you know that your overclock is not correct w/ vcore on auto. The issue is that your trusting the motherboard to choose the right voltage for you chip which in most cases will cause your chip to be overvolted. Sure its working but that’s not really the point, you can either just settle for "its working" or you can learn how to overclock correctly. We are here to help so this is why i am explaining this to you

Look at my join date. I'm not new to this. I'm new to OC'ing with the K series though. I read, I researched, multiple users said for 4.2ghz they'd just keep things at auto. Voltage is at 1.128/1.136v, which gives me temps of 63C max in custom P95 testing for over an hour. Is that vcore overvolting? I just assumed it wasn't. Again, I stated FOR ANY OC HIGHER THAN 4.2ghz, that I would use a manually set vcore.

My question was how much room I have, and what a good starting point for vcore/turbo voltage would be, given what the auto voltage is and that it appears stable.
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That's a reasonably good chip. So, leave the multi at 42, ensure that all other settings (C1E, speedstep, spreadspectrum) are per page 1 of this guide, switch to offset, 5mV, 4-10mV turbo and see how it does.
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That's a reasonably good chip. So, leave the multi at 42, ensure that all other settings (C1E, speedstep, spreadspectrum) are per page 1 of this guide, switch to offset, 5mV, 4-10mV turbo and see how it does.

I actually have everything set as per the guide, it's just the vcore I left to auto. Will try again when I get home.
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The h55 did had that tape the h80i dosnt since it has one backplate that you adjust depending on the intel processor

I should have gotten a different one ... This is turning into a nightmare

Nah, just assemble the backplate and mounting system without any "on the fly" modifications. Looking back, it may be that all the issues the rig was having is due to improper heatsink mount quality. More times than not, it is not a new/better thermal paste, it's the improved, and now better seated mount quality that drives the temp drop many of us associate with a new TIM... Excluding delidding these poorly engineered IVY chips of course!
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Look at my join date. I'm not new to this. I'm new to OC'ing with the K series though. I read, I researched, multiple users said for 4.2ghz they'd just keep things at auto. Voltage is at 1.128/1.136v, which gives me temps of 63C max in custom P95 testing for over an hour. Is that vcore overvolting? I just assumed it wasn't. Again, I stated FOR ANY OC HIGHER THAN 4.2ghz, that I would use a manually set vcore.

My question was how much room I have, and what a good starting point for vcore/turbo voltage would be, given what the auto voltage is and that it appears stable.

Hey you dont have to take my advice, i was trying to explain to you that its not the correct way to do it. If you want to leave your system on auto then thats you choice just understand that those other members that said auto is ok are wrong.

I have been on this forum for a while also and I'm not new to overclocking, I'm just trying to help you out in getting your overclock setup correctly.

If you run a 45 multiplier then the starting point is a +0.005 offset and +0.004 turbo. Then this will be adjusted based on what Idle and Full load vcore this gives you in cpu-z
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So, just got my Silverstone NT06-Pro, mounted a Noctua NF-A15 PWM, took the multiplier on my 3570k to 42, left the vcore and turbo voltage on auto. I did modify the C-states as per the guide.

So far, about an hour of prime using the custom test described in the guide, no issues, temp only gets as high as 63C, vcore reported by CPU-Z is jumping between 1.128-1.136V. So...what kinda headroom might that imply?

That vcore is fine for a 42 multi. Prime it and if it lasts 12 hoursand it aint broke dont let them talk you into fixing it. Auto did a fine job if it gave you those voltages.
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are those temps delided? how where they before if it is?


i was gonna get one of those but the sound terrified me i want the comp to be as quiet as humanly possible....but yeah that being said i think there has to be something wrong with my ****

4.8 was the best i could do under 100 degrees. I dont find the d14 any louder than my case fans.
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Was messing around today since I wanted lower idle vcore because I can, lol. Was able to get the offset to -0.085 which resulted in a 0.925 idle. With the +0.195 turbo gives me 1.384 under load for 4.8ghz. Gonna see if I can go lower and not break anything biggrin.gif
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