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post #761 of 9599
I was wondering if working on VTT voltage can help getting stability with less vcore voltage... someone tried that? or can try? i won't be at home for some days, it could be interesting
post #762 of 9599
Been slowing lowering my offset last two days whenever I had time to run some prime along with it. Got down to an offset of -.080 when it finally crashed at 4.2ghz. Went back to -.075 and passed prime for an hour and a half and then went ahead and tried 4.3 and it passed too. Been running Prime since a little after 8pm tonight and peak temps so far have been 71* running at 4.3ghz @ 1.160 vcore.

Quick settings I'm running are a multi of 43, +.005 Turbo, -.075 Vcore, LLC 50%, everything else auto. Hoping Prime will still be running in the morning. thumb.gif


Edit: Guess not, rebooted a few minutes ago. Dropped it back to 4.2 and added a little vcore, gonna check it again in the morning.
Edited by =Tac= - 6/12/12 at 8:55pm
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Hello,

I am new to overclocking and decided to try and follow this guide to help me overclock my i7 2600k on an AsRock Extreme-4M motherboard. I followed all of the instructions in the "Settings" section of the guide. Once I had done this I saved the settings and restarted the computer. After doing so the monitor did not turn on after the restart and the computer stayed on for approximately 10 seconds before turning off. It then turned on again and shut down after 2 seconds. The computer is now in an infinite loop of turning on for 2 seconds and then off again. I have disconnected it from the power and decided that asking my question here would be the best place. Any help would be extremely appreciated.

Kindest Regards,

Jordan
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Originally Posted by jmumford View Post

Hello,
I am new to overclocking and decided to try and follow this guide to help me overclock my i7 2600k on an AsRock Extreme-4M motherboard. I followed all of the instructions in the "Settings" section of the guide. Once I had done this I saved the settings and restarted the computer. After doing so the monitor did not turn on after the restart and the computer stayed on for approximately 10 seconds before turning off. It then turned on again and shut down after 2 seconds. The computer is now in an infinite loop of turning on for 2 seconds and then off again. I have disconnected it from the power and decided that asking my question here would be the best place. Any help would be extremely appreciated.
Kindest Regards,
Jordan
your computer is unstable to boot at those settings, there is a red glowing button on the backpanel(clr cmos) press it. the computer will turn off then boot again. it will reset the bios settings and you can try again. you might need more Vcore/VTT to boot at those settings.
edit: oh wait the 4-m doesnt have a clr cmos button, let me look up how to clear that for you
edit2: look at 614
there are 3 pins in the red part, 2 covered by a jumper and 1 free. the default setting is where the jumper is set to the 2 pins furthest away from the SATA ports. switch the jumper to the 2 pins closest to the sata ports. then reboot. it will start up and do nothing probably. after it started up(wait 10 seconds or so) shut it down again(pull the power) and switch the jumper back(to the 2 pins furthest away from the SATA ports) then reboot and it should have reset your bios
Edited by punceh - 6/13/12 at 2:12am
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Do I press it while the computer is off?
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oh it does have a clr cmos button doh.gif yeah pressing it while the computer is on or off, as long as the motherboard has power(the button is glowing red)
read the first post i posted the editted part i checked again, google images fool me frown.gif there isnt a cld cmos button on the backpanel
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Re-read the post, did what you told me and guess what..

IT WORKED! thumb.gif

Thank you so much for your swift reply, I seriously appreciate it so much. Might leave it for now and try again tomorrow.

Once again, thanks so much.

Jordan
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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.

I used xNAPx's settings below and got super stable 4.5GHz OC.using the same mobo and CPU as you. Just follow each screen precisely except for the multiplier, I changed that to 45 as I could not get stable on those volts. So I suggest 45 first then work your way up if your feeling adventurous!

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My Bios settings for 4,7Ghz Turbo voltage stable Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Anyone seen any differences in OC from going with the 1.10 Bios to the 2.10 Bios for the Extreme 4 Gen 3?
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Anyone seen any differences in OC from going with the 1.10 Bios to the 2.10 Bios for the Extreme 4 Gen 3?

I haven't updated yet as I'm stable at 4.8ghz on my e4g3. Figure if it's not broke why mess with it? biggrin.gif

But i do want to update the bios, just don't know if i want to go through all the hassle of getting everything reconfigured and stable again.
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