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post #9431 of 9452
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Originally Posted by HowYesNo View Post

hey guys,
so my 3570k is now running delided @4.6GHz, offset +0,015, turbo +0,059, Vcore in load goes to 1,264, core VID: 1,276, temps go to around 60-66C max after 1hour prime95, all stable.
i tried 4.8 with these settings and no luck, just restarted. tried turbo volt +0,064, got BSOD.
besides boosting voltage do i also need to enable Internal PLL Overvoltage?
tx.

You definitely need more vcore. Cpu cannot be stable running 4.7-4.8ghz with the same vcore as your current vcore at 4.6ghz.

After 4.6ghz, next goal is 4.7ghz, then 4.8ghz, and so on. (per 100mhz)

Try Bump vcore/turbo voltage 1 step notch

If there is Whea error/bsod, bump vcore again 1 notch,

If boot, then keep test with prime95 & games or any kind software that useful..

(Primie95 = 1344k/864K FFT 60-90minutes, personally i used this settings)

Until theres no error, bsod, whea.

IF your temperature exceed 90-95C in prime 95/games, stop overclock further. You need more powerful cooling.

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Edited by zipper17 - 3/26/17 at 11:52am
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post #9433 of 9452
Hello sorry to bump such an old thread but i can't seem to figure it out from my own searching.
Currently I'm Overclocking using a asrock z77 extreme 4 and i5 3570k.

The issue I'm running into is when i'm conducting the 5 minute custom prime test my temperatures seem to go all the way up to 105c even at a multiplier of 38 with the minimum turbo boost(.004v) and offset voltage(.005v). I'm currently at a multiplier of 42 and ran the 5 minute prime 95 test and found no errors but my cpu temp shot up to 100-105c almost immediately.

My question is : Are these temperatures something I should be concerned about? it seems like most people are able to run at a multiplier of 44 with little issues but it looks like I'm having problems with my temperatures even with a low multiplier of 38. Are these high temperatures fine because i'm passing the prime test without errors and the gaming I do won't push my chip to that temperature range? Or does my chip exceeding the optimal temperature range of sub 90C mean that my chip "Failed" the custom prime 95 test and i should be lowering the multiplier and moving on to the next step. Thanks in advance!
post #9434 of 9452
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Originally Posted by BAMFMF View Post

Hello sorry to bump such an old thread but i can't seem to figure it out from my own searching.
Currently I'm Overclocking using a asrock z77 extreme 4 and i5 3570k.

The issue I'm running into is when i'm conducting the 5 minute custom prime test my temperatures seem to go all the way up to 105c even at a multiplier of 38 with the minimum turbo boost(.004v) and offset voltage(.005v). I'm currently at a multiplier of 42 and ran the 5 minute prime 95 test and found no errors but my cpu temp shot up to 100-105c almost immediately.

My question is : Are these temperatures something I should be concerned about? it seems like most people are able to run at a multiplier of 44 with little issues but it looks like I'm having problems with my temperatures even with a low multiplier of 38. Are these high temperatures fine because i'm passing the prime test without errors and the gaming I do won't push my chip to that temperature range? Or does my chip exceeding the optimal temperature range of sub 90C mean that my chip "Failed" the custom prime 95 test and i should be lowering the multiplier and moving on to the next step. Thanks in advance!

those temps are not fine. what cooler are u using, not stock i hope? replace thermal paste.
post #9435 of 9452
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO

i will try reapplying thermal paste but i just put some on

i figured that was wrong so currently I'm at 38 multiplier .059 turbo boost and .015 offset voltage and i can run BF1 at under 95C most of the time

the thing is though when i try to use a 36 multiplier .005 offset and increasing the turbo boost in increments it doesn't seem to lower the maximum temperature reached.

there seems to be no identifiable difference in temperature between .004 turbo and .059 turbo. my voltages all seem safe. I wonder if i'm doing something wrong or just got a lemon =/
post #9436 of 9452
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Originally Posted by BAMFMF View Post

Hello sorry to bump such an old thread but i can't seem to figure it out from my own searching.
Currently I'm Overclocking using a asrock z77 extreme 4 and i5 3570k.

The issue I'm running into is when i'm conducting the 5 minute custom prime test my temperatures seem to go all the way up to 105c even at a multiplier of 38 with the minimum turbo boost(.004v) and offset voltage(.005v). I'm currently at a multiplier of 42 and ran the 5 minute prime 95 test and found no errors but my cpu temp shot up to 100-105c almost immediately.

My question is : Are these temperatures something I should be concerned about? it seems like most people are able to run at a multiplier of 44 with little issues but it looks like I'm having problems with my temperatures even with a low multiplier of 38. Are these high temperatures fine because i'm passing the prime test without errors and the gaming I do won't push my chip to that temperature range? Or does my chip exceeding the optimal temperature range of sub 90C mean that my chip "Failed" the custom prime 95 test and i should be lowering the multiplier and moving on to the next step. Thanks in advance!

Try re-align your 212 evo, maybe something is not correctly attached.
Re-apply paste, or use better paste quality, size grain of rice should enough.

Also make some good airflow in your case.
Usually most common standard are 1 Front Fan intake, 1 Rear fan exhaust, etc.

Temperature ambient in the room also has some effect.
Do maintenance by cleaning the dust.
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post #9437 of 9452
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Originally Posted by zipper17 View Post

Try re-align your 212 evo, maybe something is not correctly attached.
Re-apply paste, or use better paste quality, size grain of rice should enough.

Also make some good airflow in your case.
Usually most common standard are 1 Front Fan intake, 1 Rear fan exhaust, etc.

Temperature ambient in the room also has some effect.
Do maintenance by cleaning the dust.

I took my cooler out cleaned it and cleaned the chip re applied my silver thermal grease reconnected the cooler added a fan and optimized my fan setup and i'm still stuck at multiplier of 38...

no increase of turbo voltage seems to keep me under 90C @ x38 multiplier. i'm all the way at .059 turbo and .005 offset and I cant tell the difference between this and x38 multi .004 turbo and .005 offset as far as the temperature goes.. is this chip just a lemon ?
post #9438 of 9452
Hey guys, I recently delidded an i7 3770k and got a new pair of ram, at first following the guide the pc wouldn't boot, not even at 33 speed multiplyer, don't know why, probably it was the ram though,

Then I just reset everything and pulled up the core multi alone, and I got some kind of stable overclock 'till 4.4, which wasn't stable in the end.

Re - entered the bios and set the value again, I got the pc to start, tryed the classic Offset Voltage: +0.005v and turbo voltage +0.004 but occasionally I got a BSOD reporting nvidiadriver faulty something (there is nothing on the web about that)
I decided to either increase the Offset Voltage or the turbo voltage, but while reading the guide again I understood why it's better to just up the Turbo Voltage.

Atm this is my overclock configuration

CPU Core Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Voltage: +0.005v and the turbo voltage at +0.012
45x Multiplyer
Spread Spectrum: Disabled
Internal PLL Overvoltage: Disabled <-- unsure about this one
Core Current Limit: Max
Long Duration Power Limit: 500
Long Duration Maintained: Auto
Short Duration Power Limit: 500
Primary Plane Current Limit: 500
CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 2
Enhanced Halt State (C1E): Enabled
CPU C3 State Support: Disabled
CPU C6 State Support: Disabled
Package C State Support: Disabled
cpuvoltage.jpg 689k .jpg file

about the ram, I just left the frequency at 2400, all other value to auto
ram is G.Skill TridentX Series 4x4GB DIMM DDR3 240 pin F3-2400C10Q-16GTX

see the attchment for temps.

What bugs me is that the programs report different vcore volta geand I wonder if everything is safe!
Edited by Negator87 - 4/6/17 at 1:32am
post #9439 of 9452
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Originally Posted by Negator87 View Post

Hey guys, I recently delidded an i7 3770k and got a new pair of ram, at first following the guide the pc wouldn't boot, not even at 33 speed multiplyer, don't know why, probably it was the ram though,

Then I just reset everything and pulled up the core multi alone, and I got some kind of stable overclock 'till 4.4, which wasn't stable in the end.

Re - entered the bios and set the value again, I got the pc to start, tryed the classic Offset Voltage: +0.005v and turbo voltage +0.004 but occasionally I got a BSOD reporting nvidiadriver faulty something (there is nothing on the web about that)
I decided to either increase the Offset Voltage or the turbo voltage, but while reading the guide again I understood why it's better to just up the Turbo Voltage.

Atm this is my overclock configuration

CPU Core Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Voltage: +0.005v and the turbo voltage at +0.012
45x Multiplyer
Spread Spectrum: Disabled
Internal PLL Overvoltage: Disabled <-- unsure about this one
Core Current Limit: Max
Long Duration Power Limit: 500
Long Duration Maintained: Auto
Short Duration Power Limit: 500
Primary Plane Current Limit: 500
CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 2
Enhanced Halt State (C1E): Enabled
CPU C3 State Support: Disabled
CPU C6 State Support: Disabled
Package C State Support: Disabled
cpuvoltage.jpg 689k .jpg file

about the ram, I just left the frequency at 2400, all other value to auto
ram is G.Skill TridentX Series 4x4GB DIMM DDR3 240 pin F3-2400C10Q-16GTX

see the attchment for temps.

What bugs me is that the programs report different vcore volta geand I wonder if everything is safe!

Technically, the 2400 RAM is an overclock, which may require additional attention outside of clicking XMP in BIOS. I would start with stock CPU settings, and worry about getting the RAM stable. With overclocked RAM, you may need to tune VCCSA (VTT in BIOS?) and possibly VDIMM as the system agent is under extra stress from the higher speed RAM. Once you get the RAM stable at XMP settings with the CPU at stock, then you can take a look at this guide again and take a stab at the CPU.

Again, leave CPU at stock settings, enable XMP, and then increase VTT until you can pass a RAM stability test.
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post #9440 of 9452
FIrst time overclocking, this guide has been super helpful.

Following this guide I was able to get my i5-2500k up to 45 multiplier without touching the turbo (beyond the initial 0.004). Windows won't load after 45, assuming this means to try boosting turbo, I tried that by an additional 2 notches and it still wouldn't boot into windows.

I have an ASROCK P67 Pro3 but my UEFI did not 100% match all the options in the OP. I'm trying to weigh the hassle of pushing it beyond the simple 4.5 GHz with the benefits. Seeing as I haven't done this very often, I don't really want to get super involved to just grab 200 MHz more, cap out with all the tricks available, and call it a day. Is there reason to believe there is a lot more margin? Should I keep boosting my turbo until I hit a max VCORE and then mess with PLL? Should I revisit my BIOS version until I can match all the settings mentioned in the OP?
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