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post #741 of 9531
if i can give you some advice, try to get stable first with fixed voltage and llc 1 to find the exact vcore you need at certain frequency, then once you find it try to get the same voltage in offset mode working on turbo voltage
post #742 of 9531
hey people.. pls feel free to share your experience and settings in theese templates to make OCing more easy
http://www.overclock.net/t/1262302/asrock-z77-24-7-club#post_17338345
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post #743 of 9531
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Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post

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.

thanks, but unfortunately it does not work. my cpu needs a lot of v to act ...
post #744 of 9531
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thanks, but unfortunately it does not work. my cpu needs a lot of v to act ...
have you try my settings or even try to run it @ 4.5 till you get stable ? if not try that and then move on to 4.6 or 4.X . this way you will have time to know you cpu better. trust me.
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post #745 of 9531
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have you try my settings or even try to run it @ 4.5 till you get stable ? if not try that and then move on to 4.6 or 4.X . this way you will have time to know you cpu better. trust me.

I tried many different settings, including yours. Unfortunately the result was always the same - unstable. for testing (pirme, lynx), cpu @ 4500ghz enough 1.25V, but the games needs to have voltage around 1.30v to operate reliably, the 4600 needs to have something around 1.34-1.35V, I try to go a little lower, but now there will be only cosmetic because it does not go down, and so below 1.33v


sorry for bad english I use a translator tongue.gif
post #746 of 9531
u can just do two things. be happy for your overclock or remove the ihs, no alternatives...
post #747 of 9531
but I am very happy with what I have and do not complain biggrin.gif consider only the fact that my cpu needs a lot of volts tongue.gif
post #748 of 9531
it's the same, yuo have to be happy even for the volts your cpu request @ the frequency you want to use it, if not than remove the ihs and change that crap thermal paste. I'm happy for my 4,7Ghz clock @1,368v even if m cpu under linx hits 100 degrees, when i want more i'll remove the ihs too but for now i'm happy with that smile.gif
post #749 of 9531
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it's the same, yuo have to be happy even for the volts your cpu request @ the frequency you want to use it, if not than remove the ihs and change that crap thermal paste. I'm happy for my 4,7Ghz clock @1,368v even if m cpu under linx hits 100 degrees, when i want more i'll remove the ihs too but for now i'm happy with that smile.gif

I tried your settings and my CPU needs a little more tension to the stability of the 4700, today is a double check
Edited by zaodrze244 - 6/11/12 at 6:43am
post #750 of 9531
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I tried your settings and my CPU needs a little more tension to the stability of the 4700, today is a double check
water cooling, what are your setting if u need less voltage than mine?
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