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post #5611 of 9536
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Originally Posted by Gerbacio View Post

YES!

Turn everything down in the inline controls, set your windows boosts to where they need to be, then work your way up.
post #5612 of 9536
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

it may not be the chip... with 4 sticks in at higher clocks, bump the dram voltage by one notch (1,529v is the next I think) before adding VTT. then with iPLL on, and cpu PLL on auto or fixed at ~1.8, shoot for the vcore you need for 48 or higher with fixed vcore (which I think you are doing already - right?). the chip will do 48 if you can manage the heat.

At this point should, when going to fixed mode, should i put Turbo back to auto? also I set Fixed to 1.45, booted into windows, crashed instantly with a 0xD1 (which says to add more QPI/VTT... what is QPI? and any gauge on how high VTT can go safely?


edit: Heres the H90 box... im screamin false advertisment! Im at 23c ambient

Edited by Qlix - 4/10/13 at 8:48pm
post #5613 of 9536
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Originally Posted by Qlix View Post

At this point should, when going to fixed mode, should i put Turbo back to auto? also I set Fixed to 1.45, booted into windows, crashed instantly with a 0xD1 (which says to add more QPI/VTT... what is QPI? and any gauge on how high VTT can go safely?


edit: Heres the H90 box... im screamin false advertisment! Im at 23c ambient
QPI is just another name for VTT or VCCIO. Guide recommends 1.08 max. Never messed around with this setting though so hopefully someone else can help you.
post #5614 of 9536
Hey, hoping somebody can help me out on my computer's refusal to overclock the CPU. This is my first attempt at it so I'm hoping something is wrong with what I am doing rather than something being wrong with the hardware since I don't want to have to return stuff.

I bought the ASRock z77 Pro4 and i5-3570K, everything is up and running fine. With the exception that I'm not able to overclock it. I'm on bios 1.70 (newest one, don't know if that matters), and I've been following this guide to overclocking. I set the "CPU ratio" to "All Core" and then the number box appears. However I can't increase it past 38. Any time I put in a higher number it resets to 38 as soon as I switch boxes. I also noticed that I'm not able to highlight "Intel Turbo Boost Technology." It's set to "enabled" but according to the guide there's supposed to be an "Additional Turbo Voltage" menu that unlocks, but I don't see it.

Any help appreciated.
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post #5615 of 9536
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Hey, hoping somebody can help me out on my computer's refusal to overclock the CPU. This is my first attempt at it so I'm hoping something is wrong with what I am doing rather than something being wrong with the hardware since I don't want to have to return stuff.

I bought the ASRock z77 Pro4 and i5-3570K, everything is up and running fine. With the exception that I'm not able to overclock it. I'm on bios 1.70 (newest one, don't know if that matters), and I've been following this guide to overclocking. I set the "CPU ratio" to "All Core" and then the number box appears. However I can't increase it past 38. Any time I put in a higher number it resets to 38 as soon as I switch boxes. I also noticed that I'm not able to highlight "Intel Turbo Boost Technology." It's set to "enabled" but according to the guide there's supposed to be an "Additional Turbo Voltage" menu that unlocks, but I don't see it.

Any help appreciated.

Voltage set to offset?
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post #5616 of 9536
Id just like to post this little bit of madness:

Before delid @ 4.5


after delid @ 4.6


30c. No idea what i did... but ill take it

edit: 30c from max to max. Obviously the current temps were roughly the same.
Edited by Qlix - 4/10/13 at 11:01pm
post #5617 of 9536
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Id just like to post this little bit of madness:
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Before delid @ 4.5


after delid @ 4.6


edit: 30c from max to max. Obviously the current temps were roughly the same.

Whats up with the second one? looks like you had a couple reboots? was that gaming?
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post #5618 of 9536
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Originally Posted by arkage View Post

Hey, hoping somebody can help me out on my computer's refusal to overclock the CPU. This is my first attempt at it so I'm hoping something is wrong with what I am doing rather than something being wrong with the hardware since I don't want to have to return stuff.

I bought the ASRock z77 Pro4 and i5-3570K, everything is up and running fine. With the exception that I'm not able to overclock it. I'm on bios 1.70 (newest one, don't know if that matters), and I've been following this guide to overclocking. I set the "CPU ratio" to "All Core" and then the number box appears. However I can't increase it past 38. Any time I put in a higher number it resets to 38 as soon as I switch boxes. I also noticed that I'm not able to highlight "Intel Turbo Boost Technology." It's set to "enabled" but according to the guide there's supposed to be an "Additional Turbo Voltage" menu that unlocks, but I don't see it.

Any help appreciated.

Are you sure you have a 3570k, and not the non-k version?
Also, you can take screenshots of your BIOS by connecting a USB stick and pressing F12 while being in the relevant sections.
post #5619 of 9536
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What are they, 2133? 1.665v is high for ivy' s IMC.

Edit: okay, i see the link. Wouldn't go higher. Try 2N...

I tried 2N and did not not help. I was also really attributing my crashes to my GPU's, but it's still not working right even with them at lower clocks.

I'm now trying multiple games and they are also having issues. I am getting a ntfs.sys x24 BSOD.

Noticed that it doesn't exactly always happen in game either. I thought that everything was fine before... I put my GPU clocks down to stock. Played BF3 for like 30 minutes. Then started with BFBC2 and it CTD without any errors or anything in the event viewer.

Then fired up Dirt 3 and played it for around 20 minutes and everything seemed fine. When I exit it, I got an error that it stopped responding. Then I left the PC alone until today in the morning. It was fine, but when I opened up chrome... it went directly into the BSOD.

Can that BSOD because by an unstable OC? I'm afraid that I won't really be able to go much higher with my vcore... I'm already in the low-mid 80s in temps as it is.
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post #5620 of 9536
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Id just like to post this little bit of madness:
Before delid @ 4.5 ]
after delid @ 4.6
30c. No idea what i did... but ill take it
edit: 30c from max to max. Obviously the current temps were roughly the same.

That 46 looks real good. As soon as few more WC parts arrive I'll put the 3770k/OC formula back together, with a now, watercooled titan and see how she does. Will post a pic or two. I hope it can do 24/7 @48. Delidded with stock cooler booted to 48 fine, superpi 16M good. .. Probably would have caught fire if i ran IBT or p95!
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