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Right on, try to let it run 8-12 hours on the next run to make sure your fully stable. Temps look good thumb.gif

Thanks and I will run it again this weekend. Did a clean install of Windows 7 last night on my Samsung 840 Pro 128GB, I could have cloned it over from my 830, but wanted to start fresh.

It's supposed to rain this weekend so I will have time to do it then.
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now it's hard resetting at stock operation. the board previously had a celeron in it for a month and was fine, so i'm going to take back the 3570k and have it replaced. maybe i'll hit the lottery next time. otherwise, i guess i might still need a better board, but we'll see. replacing the cpu will at least rule that out. hope microcenter will take it back even though it will probably seem to run pretty well for a minute.
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Thanks for the reply. I got 3 hours prime stable(4.7ghz) so far with these settings. Have no idea if they are optimal But my vcore goes as high as 1.34v and my highest core temp is only 83C, Also passed Intel burn test, Any ideas or suggestions


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Thanks for the reply. I got 3 hours prime stable(4.7ghz) so far with these settings. Have no idea if they are optimal But my vcore goes as high as 1.34v and my highest core temp is only 83C, Also passed Intel burn test, Any ideas or suggestions Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Everything looks good! I would say the only thing that looks off to me is that your offset looks a little high, what is your idle VCore?
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My idle is 1.008v. Im happy to hear its good though
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My idle is 1.008v. Im happy to hear its good though

You might be able to bring that idle VCore down by dropping the offset voltage and adding it back to turbo.
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Thanks for the reply. I got 3 hours prime stable(4.7ghz) so far with these settings. Have no idea if they are optimal But my vcore goes as high as 1.34v and my highest core temp is only 83C, Also passed Intel burn test, Any ideas or suggestions

You can take screenshots of your bios if you format a flash drive in FAT32, reboot into windows and hit F12
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You might be able to bring that idle VCore down by dropping the offset voltage and adding it back to turbo.

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So I was on this thread a couple of weeks ago with a 3770k that wouldnt clock over 4.6mhz and even then it required 1.464v. So I got another chip and I am pretty stoked with the results:
http://valid.canardpc.com/2791041

After stress testing for a little I start to run into heat issues. So it looks like I am probably going to delid and lap. If anyone is willing to look over my bios and give me some pointers, it would be greatly appreciated.





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Personally I really wouldn't be comfortable with 1.432v for 24/7 use, but that's up to you. Besides that, you don't seem to run your RAM at full potential, although that may require some fiddling around with the secondary voltages.

What's your Vcore if you disable SpeedStep and C1E and just idle in Windows?
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So I was on this thread a couple of weeks ago with a 3770k that wouldnt clock over 4.6mhz and even then it required 1.464v. So I got another chip and I am pretty stoked with the results:
http://valid.canardpc.com/2791041

After stress testing for a little I start to run into heat issues. So it looks like I am probably going to delid and lap. If anyone is willing to look over my bios and give me some pointers, it would be greatly appreciated.

As long as you keep temps under control, rock on. 1.4 is a little juicy like spoon said, but I have yet to hear of a chip degrading with less than 1.5. All chips degrade, and intel says anything up to 1.52 is ok, but offer no promises for degradation. If you are a two year cycle type, then you probably wont feel any degradation at all before you go out ad get a new chip.
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