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post #751 of 9487
stupid translator... i need more voltage, a lot more something around 1.38-1.39v
post #752 of 9487
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Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post

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.

Yeah, I'll definitely check those out. Probably going to keep it at 4.2 for now, been slowly adding negative offset to see the lowest I can get it stable at 4.2.
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Samsung 830 128gb WD Black 640gb Broken Asus H60 Push/Pull 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
W7 Pro Acer 23 / Panasonic 720 Logitech Corsair 750tx 
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TJ-08e Logitech 
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post #753 of 9487
xNAPx's settings did it for me only at 4.5ghz instead of 4.7ghz. Prime crashed around 5.5hrs into blend test at 4.6ghz

I'm happy with 4.5 tho as it was my original target so can't complain. Will have screens up in about an hour if prime doesn't crash .... Hope I didn't just jinx myself! biggrin.gif
post #754 of 9487
did you are able to get higher overclock without my bios settings or you were referring to my overclock with that 4.7 ghz?
post #755 of 9487
I used your settings but was only able to attain a stable clock of 4.5ghz on my chip with them. I tried 4.6ghz but prime crashed after about 5.5 hrs. I'm not complaining though, very happy with it!

Here is the final screen shot with 95% load on ram as well this time for 12 hours.

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post #756 of 9487
^ looks good! thumb.gif
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post #757 of 9487
just try stepping up the vcore for 4,6ghz if u got an error after 5 hours
post #758 of 9487
Yea I might do later, I'm not too pushed on going any higher for the time being. I wanna get stuck into OCing my HD7850 next! wink.gif
post #759 of 9487
i know what u mean biggrin.gif
post #760 of 9487
I'm somewhat new to the concept of overclocking, but I have read fair amount of information about it. Here's my question for a nice, easy, and stable overclock for CPU i5 3570k on asrock z77 extreme4 mobo. Assuming I should just go with undervolting, would I want to keep the CPU multiplier at around 40ish and keep trying to decrease the Offset?
Another question of mine is, can I leave CPU LLC at Auto? I don't fully understand it and I don't really understand which to use if I were to do it manual (lvl 2 or 3?). Also, do I have to set the Long duration power limit, Short Duration Power limit, primary plane current limit, and seconday to max? Sorry if these are really simple.
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