Originally Posted by Guilliman1988
Noone answered what I need to change though. I'm having a hard time finding out what I need to change as a few key functions are named differently in my bios. I don't want to randomly up values and see what happens. I can't afford to blow up this pc
I've spend hours trying to find people with this bios and over clocks but nothing that can help. I could crank up every value to the maximum and see if it works but I risk setting it on fire..
You WILL blow something up lol!
Lets try this for 4625 Mhz:
- Set BCLK strap ratio to 1.25. Let BCLK auto populate, or leave at 100.
- Set CPU Ratio to AUTO
- Set Turbo Ratio to 37. Enable for all cores.
- Turn off any power savings features like SpeedStep and C1E and such.
- Set CPU Vcore to 1.4v
- Set PLL voltage to 1.9v
- Set Vcc voltage to 1.2v
- Set Vtt voltage to 1.2v
- Set RAM voltage to 1.525v if your RAM is 1.5v, or 1.675v if it is 1.65v.
- Locate Load Line Calibration, and turn it up to the highest setting.
These settings should get you to boot at that frequency. The voltages are a bit high, but nothing that will damage your system in the short term. You WILL want to lower these voltages as much as stability allows. Your Vcc voltage should always be within .5v or your RAM voltage (i.e. RAM = 1.5v then Vcc should = at least 1.0v). Try these and let us know how it goes. For further posts, feel free to build a signature rig, so we know what hardware you have. Also, post some more BIOS shots with the new settings.
Good Luck!Edited by Rmerwede - 12/21/12 at 6:47pm