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Alright so i decided to overclock my 2500k to only 4ghz since im running on air. All i did was change the cpu multiplier to 40 and then booted in to windows and everything was working fine for a few minutes and then i would blue screen. My normal temps are fine under 3 hrs of prime i reached only 48 degrees, so i dont think thats the problem either. Another problem I have is on restart my computer powers on and then nothing displays and then powers off again and everything works fine. I dont know what the problem is so if you guys could help please let me know. Oh yea and i left everything else on auto.

here are my specs.
intel 2500k
Msi z68a-gd65(G3)
4gbs of g.skill memory at 1333
evga gtx 560 ssc ds
patriot pyro se 120gb
samsung spinpoint f3 1tb
Cpu- Coolermaster hyper 212+
CoolerMaster silent pro 600w psu

please let me know,
Thank you
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post #2 of 7
Well, with overclocking the causes for BSOD's could be many. And it's just never as easy as just upping the multiplier.
You might need to up the voltage a bit, lower it or adjust some of the other options. Restults of OC'ing always vary even if you try the settings from someone who has the exact same components in their build as you, so you need to try adjusting a little bit here and a littlebit there until you find the settings that seems to run stable for you.

I don't know how much experience and knowledge you have on the OC'ing front, bud I'd read up on other threads regarding overclocking of the 2500k, reset your current OC to stock settings, and take it from there.
     
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Since all you did was change the multiplier and hope it worked I suspect you don't have much OC knowledge. I'd go ahead and read this:

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/2240#post_14466483

And

http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first

And

http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overclocking/39184-p67-sandy-bridge-overclocking-guide-beginners.html


Those should get your head in the game at OC'ing your SB chip and help with any errors that may occur.
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is there any guides on how to oc with my cpu and mobo because i just want to get to 4ghz without messing anything up.
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Originally Posted by irCRiz View Post

is there any guides on how to oc with my cpu and mobo because i just want to get to 4ghz without messing anything up.

Look up one post.
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post #6 of 7
I think you need to add some more voltage not just raise the multiplier. Check out post #3, there are a lot of useful links on there.
post #7 of 7
Overclocking isn't as simple as just changing the multiplier, you have to consider the voltage and leaving things all on auto doesn't always help. There's many guides on OCN you can use as reference just make sure you watch your temps and voltage. Note those BSOD codes because if you get one they will give you an idea if something went wrong. You might also be limited based on your mobo being MSI I haven't heard they OC well at all. Try something less agressive an see what you can OC your CPU to 100Mhz at a time.
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