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post #21 of 45
Where are you at? I lost track. 1.36? I would jump up to 1.4v it will run hot but you need to see if its stable. If it is you could start backing down on the vcore.
post #22 of 45
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im at 1.36250 v core, ok so 1.4 directly and run linx.
Imc at 1.35
post #23 of 45
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crap error after 50 sec frown.gif
post #24 of 45
What OC's have you already got stable?
post #25 of 45
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Ive set ratio 20x 200 vcore 1.4 imc 1.35
im realy worried during linx my temps are going up to 84c is it safe?? i stopped after 1.33 sec. or should keep going?
im using 10 000 in problem size..

Well ive only tried 4 ghz with my new 4x 1 gb ram, i managed exterminate my 2 dimm slot with 1.8 volt with my kingston ram..

3.8ghz is still nice, but im not sure what settings to use..
Edited by GarGouLom - 2/2/12 at 12:47pm
post #26 of 45
84 is getting a bit too high for sure but that is a consequence of going for 4Ghz with only aircooling. I'll ask again, what other overclocks have you already got stable with your core i5 750? I started at 3.6 so I could get a feel for what kind of voltages my CPU was happy with. IMO this is the best way to work up to higher clocks. I won't knock anyone for jumping in high but really you are jumping in blind as apposed to making informed decisions about settings.
post #27 of 45
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I got it stable once with 3,8 ghz!
Well i how do i get it to 3,8 ghz? i dont remember frown.gif
Edited by GarGouLom - 2/2/12 at 1:04pm
post #28 of 45
For me it seems like setting the bclk to 200 was key. Ram timings and speed stopped giving me issues. Clocked to 4.0 at 1.33v core. Have you tried increasing pch voltage? Also make sure that all speedstep and c1e processes are disabled. They make it a pain to oc lynnfield chips. You should take a picture of your setup in bios so we can see what your working with exactly...
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post #30 of 45
Agreed. lets see what you have.

20 x 190 is going to give you 3.8Ghz. Was your original 3.8Ghz OC stable?
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