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post #8401 of 8410
This guide - thumb.gif

I have a i5-3570K that was running at stock speeds.

After reading this guide (and now having a monitor that can display more than 60FPS in a game) i decided to try it.

My CPU is stable @4.59 now and i am very happy with it. Thanks for the guide again.

...now, to look for a GPU overclocking guide... headscratch.gif
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This guide - thumb.gif

I have a i5-3570K that was running at stock speeds.

After reading this guide (and now having a monitor that can display more than 60FPS in a game) i decided to try it.

My CPU is stable @4.59 now and i am very happy with it. Thanks for the guide again.

...now, to look for a GPU overclocking guide... headscratch.gif

4.59? Did you use BCLK overclocking?
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4.59? Did you use BCLK overclocking?

no idea what you mean, it's just that whatever setting is used in the BIOS it doesn't seem to make my bus sped stick to 100 it's always 99.8 or something, i guess that's why its not rounded out to 4.6 but, meh, im very happy with the results. biggrin.gif
post #8404 of 8410
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4.59? Did you use BCLK overclocking?

no idea what you mean, it's just that whatever setting is used in the BIOS it doesn't seem to make my bus sped stick to 100 it's always 99.8 or something, i guess that's why its not rounded out to 4.6 but, meh, im very happy with the results. biggrin.gif

fair enough. my board was rarely at 100 either.
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post #8405 of 8410
you need to turn off spread spectrum to get rid of rounding.
you can turn it up to 100.1 to get rid of your total mhz rounding.
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post #8406 of 8410
I have asrock z77 extreme mobo and 3570k cpu. I disabled speedstep but my cpu still works 1.6-3.4 ghz. How does cpu always work at 3.4ghz?
post #8407 of 8410
Why are you not Overclocking with the power saving features enabled. There really isn't any benefit from having it a 3.4 all the time.
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post #8408 of 8410
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I have asrock z77 extreme mobo and 3570k cpu. I disabled speedstep but my cpu still works 1.6-3.4 ghz. How does cpu always work at 3.4ghz?

Speedstep is ONLY for letting multiplies in between the lowest and highest be used.
It does NOT stop it from changing the voltage/multipler.

To force a constant voltage/multiplier you will need to change the voltage setting from "Offset" to "Fixed".
post #8409 of 8410
Thanks for reply. Cpu works 4.2 ghz now smile.gif

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post #8410 of 8410
Hi guys.

I've got a asrock z75 pro3 with BIOS P2.00 along with a 3770K and a H105 as a cooler.

I am having a dilemma in a few situations.

1).
All power saving is disabled in UEFI. But my cpu at stock keeps jumping down to 1599.63Mhz. All speedsteps disabled and power saving is disabled.

2).
I tried going for 4.8Ghz with voltage of 1.38v just as a start off base clock. But, read below.

Theoretically, this should work. While running intel burn test to get max voltage from cpuzx64. I took the calculator in WIn7x64, punched in 1.38 subtract it by 1.032v = an offset of 0.348v. So I added this 0.348v to offset in UEFI, but my voltage jumps up to 1.496v with temps over 100c.

3)
I cannot disable intel turbo boost and turbo voltage while in overclocking mode.


Those three I am having complications.

What am I doing wrong as for 1 through 3 problems above?

Thank you guys in advance and please help me I desperately need it.
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