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try following the guide in my sig and do every instruction on there and see how you get on.
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o yea, i dont know did i mention but

cpu current capability should be higher than 100% if ur goin over 4.5ghz...

try enabling that , like go for 110-130 to see whats happends
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didnt check the date...
the point is that, I assume, the guy who posted the thread wants his cpu to work on higher freq where he dont pay attention to other things...
other guys suggest him to raise vcore more than 1.4 just to squeeze extra mhz from cpu...
EDIT:
mine is working on 1.305v with 4.5ghz speed when needed...

You have a golden chip, so stop advising based on your luck with YOUR cpu.

I used to run my sandy bridge chip at 1.47 volts on an H50 for 5 GHz. No sweat. No "burning." Please don't spread misinformation.

@OP: You either have a REALLY bad chip, or something just isn't right. Could you try to see how high you can get the OC on stock voltage?
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post #104 of 170
Here's my guesses.

- Crappy CPU
- Bad motherboard
- You're not doing it right
- Bad BIOs version

Try popping out the CMOS battery for about 10 minutes, then re-seating everything (aside from the CPU cooler) then replace everything one by one and DON'T change anything BUT the CPU multiplier. See if it'll boot then. If not, then try adding more vcore. Just set the multiplier, and keep raising the volts when/if needed.

Edit - If it doesn't reset your BIOs config, just reset your BIOs manually and try that.
 
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Originally Posted by Doodlebro View Post

You have a golden chip, so stop advising based on your luck with YOUR cpu.
I used to run my sandy bridge chip at 1.47 volts on an H50 for 5 GHz. No sweat. No "burning." Please don't spread misinformation.
@OP: You either have a REALLY bad chip, or something just isn't right. Could you try to see how high you can get the OC on stock voltage?

im trying to help him so if u have nothing smart to say, than dont....

@Dustin

Agree on some things with u
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Keep it civil peeps, focus on the issue at hand, please.
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im trying to help him so if u have nothing smart to say, than dont....
@Dustin
Agree on some things with u

Those are really the only options were looking at at the moment. This is an 11 page thread that numerous people have attempted to help with. That's pretty much what it's narrowed down to to be honest.

So OP doesn't really have anything to lose at this point. There's only so much left to look at and say.
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Keep it civil peeps, focus on the issue at hand, please.

This.
 
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Make sure you have pll overvoltage enabled.

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try following the guide in my sig and do every instruction on there and see how you get on.

i have read through the whole thing but there was nothing there that i haven't already been through. its a good guide though and i appreciate the resposne - thanks thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Erper View Post

o yea, i dont know did i mention but
cpu current capability should be higher than 100% if ur goin over 4.5ghz...
try enabling that , like go for 110-130 to see whats happends

i dont have that setting in my BIOS, thats an ASUS thing right? I'm not sure how that setting relates to my BIOS...?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Doodlebro View Post

You have a golden chip, so stop advising based on your luck with YOUR cpu.
I used to run my sandy bridge chip at 1.47 volts on an H50 for 5 GHz. No sweat. No "burning." Please don't spread misinformation.
@OP: You either have a REALLY bad chip, or something just isn't right. Could you try to see how high you can get the OC on stock voltage?

Funnily enough i haven't tried overclocking on stock voltage. I started off by using auto volts and only started setting it manually once i wanted to go above 4.1Ghz. With this current overclock on auto volts it goes as high as 1.32v sometimes. I've found that if the voltage is allowed to drop below 1.3v the CPU will underclock under load. Switching from LLC 5 to LLC 4 sorted this. Would i be right in thinking this proves that i need somewhere around 1.3v to achieve my current 4.1Ghz OC? Still i will try overclocking on stock voltage and see what the outcome is. Thanks man smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Dustin1 View Post

Here's my guesses.
- Crappy CPU
- Bad motherboard
- You're not doing it right
- Bad BIOs version
Try popping out the CMOS battery for about 10 minutes, then re-seating everything (aside from the CPU cooler) then replace everything one by one and DON'T change anything BUT the CPU multiplier. See if it'll boot then. If not, then try adding more vcore. Just set the multiplier, and keep raising the volts when/if needed.
Edit - If it doesn't reset your BIOs config, just reset your BIOs manually and try that.

I am doing it right lol. I know when you dont really know someone its hard to tell their level of experience so i dont blame you, but im not a newbie at all, i just haven't messed with overclocking much in all my years and its only something thats really interested me as of late. i think the only reason why ive resorted to posting this thread is because ive been pretty unlucky with my purchased hardware rather than being completely clueless about what im doing. just wanted to say that tongue.gif

im gonna try what you've suggested though. the CMOS seems to reset just fine when i use the button but its worth a shot taking out the battery and/or resetting with the jumpers. I'll make sure i reseat everything in the board to. thanks thumb.gif
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Make sure you have pll overvoltage enabled.
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this one keeps coming up lol.... i do have that setting enabled thumb.gif appreciate the response smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ET900 View Post

i have read through the whole thing but there was nothing there that i haven't already been through. its a good guide though and i appreciate the resposne - thanks thumb.gif
i dont have that setting in my BIOS, thats an ASUS thing right? I'm not sure how that setting relates to my BIOS...?
Funnily enough i haven't tried overclocking on stock voltage. I started off by using auto volts and only started setting it manually once i wanted to go above 4.1Ghz. With this current overclock on auto volts it goes as high as 1.32v sometimes. I've found that if the voltage is allowed to drop below 1.3v the CPU will underclock under load. Switching from LLC 5 to LLC 4 sorted this. Would i be right in thinking this proves that i need somewhere around 1.3v to achieve my current 4.1Ghz OC? Still i will try overclocking on stock voltage and see what the outcome is. Thanks man smile.gif
I am doing it right lol. I know when you dont really know someone its hard to tell their level of experience so i dont blame you, but im not a newbie at all, i just haven't messed with overclocking much in all my years and its only something thats really interested me as of late. i think the only reason why ive resorted to posting this thread is because ive been pretty unlucky with my purchased hardware rather than being completely clueless about what im doing. just wanted to say that tongue.gif
im gonna try what you've suggested though. the CMOS seems to reset just fine when i use the button but its worth a shot taking out the battery and/or resetting with the jumpers. I'll make sure i reseat everything in the board to. thanks thumb.gif
this one keeps coming up lol.... i do have that setting enabled thumb.gif appreciate the response smile.gif

After resetting CMOS make sure to ONLY change the multiplier.

And add vcore along the way. Only 2 options to tweak with and see if you get any results.
 
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