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post #7921 of 9531
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LOL sorry guys just updated my rig and going to update the bios pic. SNIP (Click to show)




Lets start off by taking turbo voltage off of auto. When the voltage is set at auto, it is dynamic based on a predetermined algorithm developed by ASRock to be a blanket catch all for every processor based on arbitrary numbers, and has a snowballs chance in hell of being the right number for your processor. Move turbo to +.004, offset to +.005, LLC to level 3, and your multiplier to 44x or 45x (should do that no problem). Once those are set, reboot into windows, check for stability with your favorite stability program (Prime95 is awesome) and add turbo voltage only. Hopefully your VCore loaded will be below 1.35, and idle below 1.1. If you find that you are stable at +.004 turbo /+.005 offset, and you still want to reduce voltage, start going negative offset.

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spend all and manage to config this setting for 43x with prime temp as high as 91.
+0.133 turbo
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LLC level 5
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Lets start off by taking turbo voltage off of auto. When the voltage is set at auto, it is dynamic based on a predetermined algorithm developed by ASRock to be a blanket catch all for every processor based on arbitrary numbers, and has a snowballs chance in hell of being the right number for your processor. Move turbo to +.004, offset to +.005, LLC to level 3, and your multiplier to 44x or 45x (should do that no problem). Once those are set, reboot into windows, check for stability with your favorite stability program (Prime95 is awesome) and add turbo voltage only. Hopefully your VCore loaded will be below 1.35, and idle below 1.1. If you find that you are stable at +.004 turbo /+.005 offset, and you still want to reduce voltage, start going negative offset.

Report back what CPU-Z says your idle voltage, and loaded voltage and temps are

Multi=44x
Turbo +0.004
Vcore Offset +.005
Idle Vcore=1.168-1.176
Load Vcore=1.320-1.336
post #7924 of 9531
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Quote:
Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

Lets start off by taking turbo voltage off of auto. When the voltage is set at auto, it is dynamic based on a predetermined algorithm developed by ASRock to be a blanket catch all for every processor based on arbitrary numbers, and has a snowballs chance in hell of being the right number for your processor. Move turbo to +.004, offset to +.005, LLC to level 3, and your multiplier to 44x or 45x (should do that no problem). Once those are set, reboot into windows, check for stability with your favorite stability program (Prime95 is awesome) and add turbo voltage only. Hopefully your VCore loaded will be below 1.35, and idle below 1.1. If you find that you are stable at +.004 turbo /+.005 offset, and you still want to reduce voltage, start going negative offset.

Report back what CPU-Z says your idle voltage, and loaded voltage and temps are

Multi=44x
Turbo +0.004
Vcore Offset +.005
Idle Vcore=1.168-1.176
Load Vcore=1.320-1.336

Aw man! That is getting a bit warm. You probably can go negative offset of about -.100 and work down from there. Negative offset is generally something that I try not to suggest, because it is quite difficult to diagnose instability when a system idles, and negative offset brings your CPU VCore below the floor of intels VID table for your chip. But in your case I think negative offset is the best option, as you are currently idling much higher that other 3570k s out in the wild.

The Hyper212 is a fine little cooler for many applications, but you might want to consider replacing it with something a bit more robust in order to bring temps down. Also, if you are brave you can replace the thermal paste under the heat spreader by delliding. But that is not for the feint of heart.
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Im scared of doing Prime for a long time cuz of the temp but should I be? I
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Aw man! That is getting a bit warm. You probably can go negative offset of about -.100 and work down from there. Negative offset is generally something that I try not to suggest, because it is quite difficult to diagnose instability when a system idles, and negative offset brings your CPU VCore below the floor of intels VID table for your chip. But in your case I think negative offset is the best option, as you are currently idling much higher that other 3570k s out in the wild.

The Hyper212 is a fine little cooler for many applications, but you might want to consider replacing it with something a bit more robust in order to bring temps down. Also, if you are brave you can replace the thermal paste under the heat spreader by delliding. But that is not for the feint of heart.

I just watch youtube video on deliding and I dont think my temps are that bad because my voltages are high. My concern is whether its the cpu or if I needed a better board with better voltage regulation so the cpu will OC better. So Ive been ocing it from 45x46x it will boot and runs everything but the voltage are crazy just wondering if I should change out MB?
post #7926 of 9531
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Im scared of doing Prime for a long time cuz of the temp but should I be? I
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Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

Aw man! That is getting a bit warm. You probably can go negative offset of about -.100 and work down from there. Negative offset is generally something that I try not to suggest, because it is quite difficult to diagnose instability when a system idles, and negative offset brings your CPU VCore below the floor of intels VID table for your chip. But in your case I think negative offset is the best option, as you are currently idling much higher that other 3570k s out in the wild.

The Hyper212 is a fine little cooler for many applications, but you might want to consider replacing it with something a bit more robust in order to bring temps down. Also, if you are brave you can replace the thermal paste under the heat spreader by delliding. But that is not for the feint of heart.

I just watch youtube video on deliding and I dont think my temps are that bad because my voltages are high. My concern is whether its the cpu or if I needed a better board with better voltage regulation so the cpu will OC better. So Ive been ocing it from 45x46x it will boot and runs everything but the voltage are crazy just wondering if I should change out MB?

Your motherboard is sufficient for 45x-46x. The temps are what scare me. You need a better cooler. The HOTTEST test you will run across using Prime95 will be from the 15 minute to 30 minute mark, if you use default settings that is. Prime is nothing to be scared of, unless you are in unsafe voltage or unsafe temperature ranges.
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Your motherboard is sufficient for 45x-46x. The temps are what scare me. You need a better cooler. The HOTTEST test you will run across using Prime95 will be from the 15 minute to 30 minute mark, if you use default settings that is. Prime is nothing to be scared of, unless you are in unsafe voltage or unsafe temperature ranges.

LOL Deliding here I come so what do u guys recomend for TIM do i use the same as for heast sink. And I been reading alot of people have regular voltage with their i5 3570k but i dont see people with my kind of vcore at stock speed.
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Your motherboard is sufficient for 45x-46x. The temps are what scare me. You need a better cooler. The HOTTEST test you will run across using Prime95 will be from the 15 minute to 30 minute mark, if you use default settings that is. Prime is nothing to be scared of, unless you are in unsafe voltage or unsafe temperature ranges.

LOL Deliding here I come so what do u guys recomend for TIM do i use the same as for heast sink. And I been reading alot of people have regular voltage with their i5 3570k but i dont see people with my kind of vcore at stock speed.

There are several methods for delliding, some safer than others. I personally used the razor method, but the hammerless vise method was not discovered at that point. If I was going to do it today, I would certainly use the vise method. As for TIM, general consensus is to use Coolaboratory Liquid Ultra or Coolaboratory Liquid Pro inbetween the die and heatspreader, and go with your favorite TIM inbetween the heatspreader and heatsink. The important part of TIM choice for the job is to avoid anything that is electrically conductive (i.e. no silver based) or has particles that may scratch the die (no I.C. Diamond). I use the Ultra with amazing results. Voltage/Temperature is a nasty circle jerk cycle. Processors run higher on less voltage the colder they get, so you may, like me, be able to lower your VCore a bit when the chip is not burning hot.

Just be sure to do all of your research. Dont go delliding your processor because one guy says its the way to go. I would hate for you to kill your processor (others have before) going that route based on my directions alone.

Good luck, and just in case you have not found it already... http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide thumb.gif
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post #7929 of 9531
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There are several methods for delliding, some safer than others. I personally used the razor method, but the hammerless vise method was not discovered at that point. If I was going to do it today, I would certainly use the vise method. As for TIM, general consensus is to use Coolaboratory Liquid Ultra or Coolaboratory Liquid Pro inbetween the die and heatspreader, and go with your favorite TIM inbetween the heatspreader and heatsink. The important part of TIM choice for the job is to avoid anything that is electrically conductive (i.e. no silver based) or has particles that may scratch the die (no I.C. Diamond). I use the Ultra with amazing results. Voltage/Temperature is a nasty circle jerk cycle. Processors run higher on less voltage the colder they get, so you may, like me, be able to lower your VCore a bit when the chip is not burning hot.

Just be sure to do all of your research. Dont go delliding your processor because one guy says its the way to go. I would hate for you to kill your processor (others have before) going that route based on my directions alone.

Good luck, and just in case you have not found it already... http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide thumb.gif

Yea i just check my warranty and I have till 2016 so I just file a RMA and going to send it in. Hopefully I get a better cheap that can do 44-45x at 1.2v crossing my finger/toes/eyes/legs/balls.
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I also just read that if you chip cant do 4.5@1.2V then it isnt worth doing deliding which in my case is my silicon pot luck.
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