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post #731 of 9531
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Originally Posted by xNAPx View Post

yeah the vcore voltage raise up according to the needs of your cpu, that's on default value, in overclock it's a little bit different

Cool thanks.

Worked my way up to 4.5 @ 1.240 volts. Had to bump the offset up one to boot at 4.5 and been running prime for about 20 minutes now. Highest temp is 74* and if it holds for about an hour or so I'll get ahead and leave it on overnight, if not, gonna go at it again some time tomorrow.
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Cool thanks.
Worked my way up to 4.5 @ 1.240 volts. Had to bump the offset up one to boot at 4.5 and been running prime for about 20 minutes now. Highest temp is 74* and if it holds for about an hour or so I'll get ahead and leave it on overnight, if not, gonna go at it again some time tomorrow.
use turbo voltage for overclocking if u make use of speedstep idle settings, in this way u can save more power because vcore goes stock when cpu is idle

I'm Trying overclocking my ram now i found stability. i have 16gb some new trident x @2400 1.65v 10-12-12-31

I'm trying @1.65 10-11-12-31
Edited by xNAPx - 6/9/12 at 9:21pm
post #733 of 9531
Hi guys,

I have:
ASRock Z77 Extreme 9
i7 2700k
32GB (4x8) G.Skill Trident X DDR3-2400
Corsair H100 in push/pull
Radeon HD 7870
Corsair HX850
(2) Crucial M4 SSD RAID 0

And I am trying to achieve a stable 5.0ghz overclock.

Here is my CPU-Z under prime95 load:

06.09.2012-23.25.28.png

CoreTemp after running for 20 minutes or so:

06.09.2012-23.26.08.png

Voltages and such:

06.09.2012-23.27.14.png

06.09.2012-23.27.48.png

The Turbo offset isn't listed it seems, but I think I have it at 0.90v from memory. I am using level 3 on the boost and everything else is auto.

I can not quite get a stable overclock. Sometimes it will run for 3 hours before an error, other times 10 minutes. I am looking for suggestions on how to tweak the rest of the options on this board to get me to 5.0ghz.

Last, this board is advertised as supporting DDR3-2400 yet it doesn't? I am running latest BIOS firmware. XMP profile is correct, but the highest I can select is DDR3-2133?

Thx
post #734 of 9531
Looks like I might be onto a winner! Passed 12 hours of prime. I accidently closed Real Temp about 1 hour and 20 min into the test but you can see on Prime the time the workers started and I took a second screen shot when I stopped them so you can see in prime also the time running. 12 hours 16 minutes, 0 errors, 0 warnings. Max temps 69 - 74 - 75 - 69°C

Gonna give it a real test and play some CPU heavy games for a while, will report back later!

375

375
Edited by Brian18741 - 6/10/12 at 4:54am
post #735 of 9531
Well 4.5 failed over night, dropped it back down to 42x and kept the same volts for now. Was stable for an hour this morning, ran Prime again for near 2 hours with 75% load on the ram too.

42prime.jpg
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Looks like I might be onto a winner! Passed 12 hours of prime. I accidently closed Real Temp about 1 hour and 20 min into the test but you can see on Prime the time the workers started and I took a second screen shot when I stopped them so you can see in prime also the time running. 12 hours 16 minutes, 0 errors, 0 warnings. Max temps 69 - 74 - 75 - 69°C
Gonna give it a real test and play some CPU heavy games for a while, will report back later! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
375
375


Great work thumb.gif now its time to raise the core a bit moar let go to 4.7

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Well 4.5 failed over night, dropped it back down to 42x and kept the same volts for now. Was stable for an hour this morning, ran Prime again for near 2 hours with 75% load on the ram too. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
42prime.jpg


Hey =Tac= take a look in couple post back you will find some settings that may help you to get 4.5 stable last night Me skyn3t, Brian18741 and xNAPx we owned about four pages one after another smile.gif was it was fan and now everyone has a Glorious stable 4.5 smile.gif go back and see i had put as much information i could and not forget to mention the OP kennyparker1337 he did a great Job thumb.gif he did some update on he's GUIDE.
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I really don't know why you guys have such a low vCore while at 4.5k; Im running sandy bridge at 4.5k with a vCore of 1.350-1.360...
Is it just the Ivy bridge that uses less or my OC.. I can't get any lower then +0.015 offset otherwise i get BSOD.

Bump!
Edited by Xenius - 6/10/12 at 2:04pm
post #738 of 9531
4600 Ivy needs a lot of V

http://min.us/mepITH5zR
post #739 of 9531
Hey all, I've got a problem I hope someone can help me with. I have an ASRock P67 Pro3 with an Intel i5 2500k. The problems are that the settings in my BIOS will not let me go above 37 for a multiplier. The multiplier setting also doesn't save when I go into Windows; it will start running at the higher clock, but if I run something like Prime 95 it will run at the stock clock until I stop utilizing 100% of my CPU. After that, it will step up to the higher multipliers again.
Edited by littlejth - 6/10/12 at 12:42pm
post #740 of 9531
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4600 Ivy needs a lot of V
http://min.us/mepITH5zR
try low your offset it target to 0.100V it kinda high set it to 0.050v and your temps will be lowers a bit and from the Offset below set everything to auto.
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