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Thats all fine and good, have you run sfc /scannow on the new install? Have you run a memtest? checked the HDD for errors?
Scan came back fine, Memtested all of the DIMMs and they passed, OS SSD is perfectly fine. Got it up to 4.3GHz with fixed voltage of 1.200v Vcore and +0.070 Turbo, looked like the DRAM Voltage was on Auto and was screwing up my OC but now I've hit a wall at 4.4GHz where nothing seems to work. Still getting the WHEA error at x44 and voltage increases seem to do nothing. All settings are exactly as the guide suggests for Fixed Mode OCing.

This was helpful to me, you might find it useful too. How to get out of WHEAville
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Hey guys, I'm new to overclocking, and I have some questions. smile.gif
If I set the offset V to +0.005V, does it add that much for each multiplier I add? Same with the Turbo Boost V.
What is the recommended level for the load-line calibration? I'm currently on level 3.
Lastly, what values do you put here? Do you really put 500?
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Long Duration Power Limit: Max
Long Duration Maintained: Auto
Short Duration Power Limit: Max
Primary Plane Current Limit: Max

Thanks! biggrin.gif
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Hey guys, I'm new to overclocking, and I have some questions. smile.gif
If I set the offset V to +0.005V, does it add that much for each multiplier I add? Same with the Turbo Boost V.
What is the recommended level for the load-line calibration? I'm currently on level 3.
Lastly, what values do you put here? Do you really put 500?
Thanks! biggrin.gif

You want to just put: "999999" or something similar. The BIOS will automatically default to the MAX (which is 500).

Maybe someone else can chime in on offset vs turbo increase to clarify but from my experience increasing offset and/or turbo boost isn't linear but also not exponential.

Turbo voltage boost will only kick in when your cpu going into OC under load, offset kicks in when your CPU is at full power onward. Thats my understanding anyway.

I followed the suggested method on the 1st page here (start with +0.005v offset and +0.004 turbo) and got my 2500k running perfectly stable at 4.7GHz @ 1.39v.
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Yeah, I noticed the bios put 500 when i put in 9999. Oh, I see. Thanks for the information. I had no idea how those worked. lol. At least now I have an idea.smile.gif

My room temp is at 28-30*C (I'm from asia, that's why it's hot, lol), my computer is idling at around 43*C, and 10mins of the stress test in page 1 makes my computer run too hot. Here's my validation, currently at 4.2GHz, and I reached 90*C for a moment at around 8-9mins of the stress test. :O

I'm gonna reseat my heatsink tomorrow, gonna try to get better temps; but do you guys have any suggestions to lower my temps? I hope to reach at least 4.5GHz. biggrin.gif
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Trying to get my new 3770k stable under water @ 4.8ghz seems to be a bit of a dud got whea errors last night @ 1.4 vcore

im using +0.160 offset +0.008 turbo boost and LLC level 2. The guide says you can lower or raise PLL voltage how do I know which one it is, raise or lower.
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anyone know where I can find a guide for the OC formula z87 bios? Theres alot of stuff on my mobo that isn't listed here
most importantly can someone tell me what to enter for CPU input Voltage
CPU digital IO Voltage Offset
PWM switching frequency
PWM phase control
Dram swotching frequency
vcomp voltage
CPU vcore Voltage Mode
Vcore Adaptive voltage
Vcore voltage additional offset
CPU cache voltage mode
cpu cache adaptive voltage
CPU cache voltage offset
system agent voltage offset
CPU analog IO voltage offset sign
CPU analog IO voltage offset
CPU digital IO voltage offset sign
CPU digital IO voltage offset
SVID support
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anyone know where I can find a guide for the OC formula z87 bios? Theres alot of stuff on my mobo that isn't listed here
most importantly can someone tell me what to enter for CPU input Voltage
CPU digital IO Voltage Offset
PWM switching frequency
PWM phase control
Dram swotching frequency
vcomp voltage
CPU vcore Voltage Mode
Vcore Adaptive voltage
Vcore voltage additional offset
CPU cache voltage mode
cpu cache adaptive voltage
CPU cache voltage offset
system agent voltage offset
CPU analog IO voltage offset sign
CPU analog IO voltage offset
CPU digital IO voltage offset sign
CPU digital IO voltage offset
SVID support

I am sure there is one around, but you certainly need to find one, this thread is for sandy bridge/ivy bridge and not for haswell. There will be allot of stuff that wont be covered and will be completely different that this guide.
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OHHH thats a good point
I completely spaced I was haswell and not IVY
My main setup is SB-e so i was thinking IVY for whatever reason TY
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Just wanted to say thanks, finally go around to doing this and now have a stable 4.0 OC on my 3770k, would go higher but I have one core that is running hot (4-8 C higher than next highest core. Probably need to improve my H80). but anyways thank you.
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Just wanted to say thanks, finally go around to doing this and now have a stable 4.0 OC on my 3770k, would go higher but I have one core that is running hot (4-8 C higher than next highest core. Probably need to improve my H80). but anyways thank you.

Just to ease your mind, that is pretty normal. I think one of mine sits 8-10 higher most of the time, and I am running direct die with a custom water loop. Its just about par for the course to have a 5-10C split in temps.
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