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help over clock my I7 2600K with Asus z68 vpro/gene 3 please..

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i am currently running 4.4300 with AI tunning . but the vcore goes as high as 1.4 while P95 test.

my specs.

I7 2600K
XSPC 240RS water cooling kit.
Asus Z68 Vpro Gen3
16x gb Corsair Vegance 1600 mhz 9-9-9-9 24 rams
XfX Hd 7970
Coguar 1000 w CMX PSU
corsair GT ssd
10k rpm hd

i tryed to reach 4.8 last time, n passed the prime 95 test for like 30 minutes, but the Vcore goes higher than 1.4 while testing, n temp around 58 c

than i follow this youtube video n try 5.1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OazidwptwqQ
but it won't pass P95 for around 10 minutes. .


any helps, please.


thanks
post #2 of 6
First things first, are you letting the motherboard overclock for you?

Second thing, don't jump immediately from 4.4 to 5.1GHz. Increase 0.1GHz, run Prime95 for ~10-15mins, restart, go up another 0.1GHz, rinse and repeat. If you crash at any point during that period, up the vcore a little bit until you can pass Prime95 for 10-15mins. Then keep on going up in clock little by little.

I imagine the Z68 V-Pro is similar to the P8P67 so set Load Line Calibration to ultra high, VRM frequency to 350, Phase Control to Extreme, Duty Control to Extreme, CPU Current Capability to 140% and you'll likely need Internal PLL Overvoltage on if you try for higher than 4.5GHz. However if you cold boot with Internal PLL Overvoltage on, you'll likely boot cycle.

A couple other things to note, as far as temps and voltages go, it's mostly just what you feel comfortable with. I don't like going above 1.4V and I don't let my 2500k get over 85C.
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First things first, are you letting the motherboard overclock for you?
Second thing, don't jump immediately from 4.4 to 5.1GHz. Increase 0.1GHz, run Prime95 for ~10-15mins, restart, go up another 0.1GHz, rinse and repeat. If you crash at any point during that period, up the vcore a little bit until you can pass Prime95 for 10-15mins. Then keep on going up in clock little by little.
I imagine the Z68 V-Pro is similar to the P8P67 so set Load Line Calibration to ultra high, VRM frequency to 350, Phase Control to Extreme, Duty Control to Extreme, CPU Current Capability to 140% and you'll likely need Internal PLL Overvoltage on if you try for higher than 4.5GHz. However if you cold boot with Internal PLL Overvoltage on, you'll likely boot cycle.
A couple other things to note, as far as temps and voltages go, it's mostly just what you feel comfortable with. I don't like going above 1.4V and I don't let my 2500k get over 85C.
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cool infos.
but i did tryed that, n also when i set the vcore 1.4 with manual.
n while prime 95 running 100% on all cores, the vcore goes up to 1.52 or a little more.
once i close the prime 95, the vcore went back down to 1.3

maybe i am just too noob for this..redface.gif
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cool infos.
but i did tryed that, n also when i set the vcore 1.4 with manual.
n while prime 95 running 100% on all cores, the vcore goes up to 1.52 or a little more.
once i close the prime 95, the vcore went back down to 1.3
maybe i am just too noob for this..redface.gif

1.52??!
Seriously, stop doing it unless you know what you're doing! At those voltages your chip is likely to get effed up big time!
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cool infos.
but i did tryed that, n also when i set the vcore 1.4 with manual.
n while prime 95 running 100% on all cores, the vcore goes up to 1.52 or a little more.
once i close the prime 95, the vcore went back down to 1.3
maybe i am just too noob for this..redface.gif

Odd. It shouldn't be fluctuating nearly that much. Are you sure you put all those settings in right?
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Odd. It shouldn't be fluctuating nearly that much. Are you sure you put all those settings in right?

no~~~~ not exactly same..
but i did exactly same as the setting at the video i post.
i will try to do from 4.6 n little bit by little bi...
thx .. and i also found some link on here, which contains lots of starter guide. it looks so helpfull, i start to get little bit more understand now.

thanks every one..
n remeber my ID name, soon i get my Asus hd 7970 xfire i will post a thread with full of set up n pictures..
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