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post #5741 of 9543
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Originally Posted by slick40hk View Post

I am interested, so post a final price and I will get a new Ivy chip asap. Thanks to Kenny I am at 4.5 with Sandy, but would like 3.0 pcie performance from my board and get 5+Ghz to start setting up a 3 monitor gaming rig by Xmas.

I don't know! tongue.gif

I think that the hassle of shipping it back and forth plus the testing is too much. If you're serious PM me. wink.gif

BTW... this is where I'm at right now with my OC. Temps are down from 91C... to what you see here. Right now I'm testing trying to get the lowest VTT possible to lower the temps even more.


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post #5742 of 9543
Can you guys help me i have my CPU i7 3770k at 4.3 just increased the multiplyer and my temps go up to 80 C on intel burn test with push pull master 212.

Is there something i need to do like less voltage or more? also my motherboard doesn't let you manually adjust voltage how can i change that and what do i need for 4.4 OC thats what I am wanting.
post #5743 of 9543
Hi everybody. I am new user of overclock.net.

First of all, ı am sorry for my bad english. I am actually from Turkey.

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I bought new i7 3770k and ı shocked! because this chip is amazing I am still excited

PLL, VTT and others are default. I only changed to Vcore. (1.120)

made in costa rica and batch no 3230B373


http://img593.imageshack.us/img593/7219/stabil8.jpg

My system:

i7 3770k
Asrock Z77 OC Formula
OCZ Vertex 4 256 GB SSD
Gskill Trident X 2133MHZ 16 GB Ram (9-10-11-30)
Powercolor HD 6950 2x CF
post #5744 of 9543
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Originally Posted by GoldPunch View Post

Hi everybody. I am new user of overclock.net.

First of all, ı am sorry for my bad english. I am actually from Turkey.

_____________

I bought new i7 3770k and ı shocked! because this chip is amazing I am still excited

PLL, VTT and others are default. I only changed to Vcore. (1.120)

made in costa rica and batch no 3230B373


http://img593.imageshack.us/img593/7219/stabil8.jpg

My system:

i7 3770k
Asrock Z77 OC Formula
OCZ Vertex 4 256 GB SSD
Gskill Trident X 2133MHZ 16 GB Ram (9-10-11-30)
Powercolor HD 6950 2x CF

Very nice, however you will need more than 15 minutes of a stress test to verify you are stable in my personal opinion.
post #5745 of 9543
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Originally Posted by arkage View Post

Hey guys! Here's an update on my Pro4. As I said earlier the Pro4 was refusing to overclock my 3570K, it wouldn't go past the 38 multiplier no matter what. I think the problem is that I upgraded the BIOS to 1.7 (newest). I'm pretty sure it's what screwed up the multiplier settings and actually REMOVED features in the BIOS (the "Additional Turbo Boost" completely missing). SO I bought a new board which was set at bios 1.4. Only upgraded to v1.5 so my 7950 would work, and all the CPU overclocking functions still work (praise the Jeebus). Should I just leave the BIOS at v1.5 for the rest of this MB's life? Everything seems to work, and I'm afraid to upgrade it to the 1.6 and 1.7 BIOS. It's especially suspicious that the 1.6 BIOS says it "Upgrades CPU code." Seems like the type of thing that would screw up the overclock settings to me.

What do you guys think?
The CPU code you mentioned is the CPU microcode, and you want that to updated and as recent as possible. It's sort of a software for the CPU, which increases performance and fixes minor bugs within the architecture of the chip itself. It won't magically remove any of the UEFI settings.

There's actually still the possibility that your BIOS is just borked, which could be fixed with a new CMOS chip, as described in the other thread.
post #5746 of 9543
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

For sure, here are some pics of the main BIOS screens. Let me know if you need to see any other menus, I really appreciate any help I can get on this.

NOTE: My RAM is actually 2x4gb sticks (actually came in the same brand-new pack), one is not actually 8gb.






Wow it looks like your right about not being able to adjust vcore in bios. This might be something specific to the G41, might want to google you board and see what OC other people are getting
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post #5747 of 9543
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

For sure, here are some pics of the main BIOS screens. Let me know if you need to see any other menus, I really appreciate any help I can get on this.

NOTE: My RAM is actually 2x4gb sticks (actually came in the same brand-new pack), one is not actually 8gb.

Can you change the vcore with OC Tuner?
post #5748 of 9543


pft... 10c idle? 13c below ambient... *** yo
post #5749 of 9543
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Originally Posted by tw33k View Post

Can you change the vcore with OC Tuner?

Nope, OC Tuner gives me pretty much the same options as BIOS....So it's starting to seem like without that vcore, I can't really do anything more....Kinda makes me wonder what the point of having all of those other crazy options is....

Unlike a lot of new people, I actually did a bunch of research before even thinking about posting anything....And I've read pretty much every guide that I could find on my CPU....I've read that the E8500 can actually do pretty well on stock voltage, but I don't see it....Temps don't seem to be the problem....Almost seems like I'd be better off going back to my E4500....
Edited by blaze2210 - 4/12/13 at 10:53pm
post #5750 of 9543
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

Nope, OC Tuner gives me pretty much the same options as BIOS....So it's starting to seem like without that vcore, I can't really do anything more....Kinda makes me wonder what the point of having all of those other crazy options is....

Unlike a lot of new people, I actually did a bunch of research before even thinking about posting anything....And I've read pretty much every guide that I could find on my CPU....I've read that the E8500 can actually do pretty well on stock voltage, but I don't see it....Temps don't seem to be the problem....Almost seems like I'd be better off going back to my E4500....

Or just get a new board. I have 2 775 boards lying around been trying to sell on Craigslist. You could find something if you really wanted to
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