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That's very nice considering you only used the Hyper 212 Evo heatsink and most of us with better cooling struggle to get 5ghz stable. thumb.gif
    
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could anyone check my bios settings pls?!
i switched back to 4.5 by manual settings.. didnt like the automatic 4.6.

here
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one more thing:

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My VCORE in cpu-z is around 1.3V.. the VID is 1.38. assuming this picture is right the VID is just the highest place of the voltage spike and the VCORE is the permanent voltage during load.. so what is safe now?! is it better to have an even lower VCORE and VID.. like VID under 1.35 and VCORE under 1.3 ?!

pls hlp
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Hi guys. New member of OCN. Just did my first pass at overclocking my 2500k on my Z68 Extreme3 Gen3. Great guide! Got my chip up to 4.3ghz on offset mode. However, i tried to up my voltage to the next level and increase the multiplier to 45. First pass at Prime95 brought an error, so I just rebooted and loaded 4.3 settings. Any tips?
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Well i am at 4.7 MHz with a core voltage of 1.368 and a max temp of 73* after 2 hours.

At 1 hour 42 mins worker 4 stopped in my Prime 95 test. Fatal Error: Rounding was 0.5 expected less than 0.4.

Is this good enough to pass? It said to run the test for an hour but never said what to do if it fails after an hour. The other 3 workers went 2 hours 49 mins with 0 errors.

Do I need to add more Vcore or should I just call it stable?

I will be using it to play games.
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Hi guys. New member of OCN. Just did my first pass at overclocking my 2500k on my Z68 Extreme3 Gen3. Great guide! Got my chip up to 4.3ghz on offset mode. However, i tried to up my voltage to the next level and increase the multiplier to 45. First pass at Prime95 brought an error, so I just rebooted and loaded 4.3 settings. Any tips?

Whats your vcore during load in CPU-z at 4.3? Are your settings similar to the first page?
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Well i am at 4.7 MHz with a core voltage of 1.368 and a max temp of 73* after 2 hours.
At 1 hour 42 mins worker 4 stopped in my Prime 95 test. Fatal Error: Rounding was 0.5 expected less than 0.4.
Is this good enough to pass? It said to run the test for an hour but never said what to do if it fails after an hour. The other 3 workers went 2 hours 49 mins with 0 errors.
Do I need to add more Vcore or should I just call it stable?
I will be using it to play games.

No your not stable. I ran P95 Small FFT for over 7 hours but i would definitly run P95 for at least 6 hours minimum. Once on worker fails your overclock is considered unstable so there is no point in letting the other workers continue.
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Originally Posted by blulight View Post

Hi guys. New member of OCN. Just did my first pass at overclocking my 2500k on my Z68 Extreme3 Gen3. Great guide! Got my chip up to 4.3ghz on offset mode. However, i tried to up my voltage to the next level and increase the multiplier to 45. First pass at Prime95 brought an error, so I just rebooted and loaded 4.3 settings. Any tips?

If you fail, bump the voltage up again. Don't stop just because you failed! It most likely just needs a little more juice.

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Originally Posted by kmaldona View Post

Well i am at 4.7 MHz with a core voltage of 1.368 and a max temp of 73* after 2 hours.

At 1 hour 42 mins worker 4 stopped in my Prime 95 test. Fatal Error: Rounding was 0.5 expected less than 0.4.

Is this good enough to pass? It said to run the test for an hour but never said what to do if it fails after an hour. The other 3 workers went 2 hours 49 mins with 0 errors.

Do I need to add more Vcore or should I just call it stable?

I will be using it to play games.

As per my guide, call it stable. Anything past the hour is just proving more stability. But from tons of experience, an hour is quite fine for normal use. One computer I had ran fine for 4 years based on a 30min prime test. I think it had like 2 BSOD per year.
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No your not stable. I ran P95 Small FFT for over 7 hours but i would definitly run P95 for at least 6 hours minimum. Once on worker fails your overclock is considered unstable so there is no point in letting the other workers continue.

Simply not true. Not to mention running small FFT for Sandybridge is a bad test. The blend test, and more so the custom blend test, is much more effective at testing a Sandybridge system.

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could anyone check my bios settings pls?!
i switched back to 4.5 by manual settings.. didnt like the automatic 4.6.

My VCORE in cpu-z is around 1.3V.. the VID is 1.38. assuming this picture is right the VID is just the highest place of the voltage spike and the VCORE is the permanent voltage during load.. so what is safe now?! is it better to have an even lower VCORE and VID.. like VID under 1.35 and VCORE under 1.3 ?!

pls hlp

This picture is just simply not true. I have not experienced ANY trouble with 1.52v. So you can set your max voltage to anything up to that. Past that and your pushing the limit, though.
Edited by kennyparker1337 - 5/1/12 at 11:21am
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No your not stable. I ran P95 Small FFT for over 7 hours but i would definitly run P95 for at least 6 hours minimum. Once on worker fails your overclock is considered unstable so there is no point in letting the other workers continue.

Yea I ell asleep 0.o

What should I do now? Raise the vcore another .005-.01?

I am new to this thanks.
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Simply not true. Not to mention running small FFT for Sandybridge is a bad test. The blend test, and more so the custom blend test, is much more effective at testing a Sandybridge system.
This picture is just simply not true.

Well i feel it is true that you should run P95 for a decent amount of time. I personally would never consider my system stable after an hour. In reality its a matter of opinion, i run over 6 hours but thats pretty low compared to what most recommend. I'm not saying you cant run blend but i personally like small fft for stressing. They even state running small fft in the new issue of custom pc while overclocking a 2500k in the overclocking masterclass. Other forums still say small fft is a good test and my overclock has been rock solid. Some people on here have posted up running blend for x amount of time yet later got a bsod. I havent got one since i finished my p95 over a month ago.

I have ran my old e8500 for less then 6 hours thinking it was stable then seeing it fail in games almost immediatly which is why i run over 6 hours because my overclocks have also been rock sold after that amount of time not to mention reading post f Yet it still depends on what you do with you computer, the stuff i do doesnt really stress my system that bad, mainly hours of gaming and other normal stuff. If i was planning on folding w/ my comp then that would be a different story and i wouldn't trust 6 hours as stable and would plan on doing what others recommend such as 12hr-24hr.
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As per my guide, call it stable. Anything past the hour is just proving more stability. But from tons of experience, an hour is quite fine for normal use. One computer I had ran fine for 4 years based on a 30min prime test. I think it had like 2 BSOD per year.
.

This might be ok for you and if is that fine. But 2 BSOD's a year to me means not stable, I ran my E8500 at 4.03 for 2 years and never got a BSOD during that time. Again it was rock solid for everything i use my computer for.
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Yea I ell asleep 0.o
What should I do now? Raise the vcore another .005-.01?
I am new to this thanks.

What offset do you currently have? I haven't taken mine up to 4.7 but most are looking at around 1.4v. Is 1.368 you load voltage in CPU-z?

If you can give a little more info on your settings it will be easier for people to help you thumb.gif
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