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Originally Posted by HOMECINEMA-PC View Post

It should be about no more than 1.2v

Not many 4820's can do much more than that on those volts .
Like i said yours is a average chip
Thanks! now i will try to oc a little the ram, with my old i5 2500k i had the ram from 1600 mhz to 2133 mhz

Bye! smile.gif
post #5572 of 6491
So I made one last try with my 3820. Got it upto 131 BCLK with 37x Multi, resulting in around 4.81 GHz @ 1.472v Vcore, but that was about it. Won't go in at a smidgen more. Jacked up the voltage to 1.5v - nothing.

I think it's either the new ivy-e BIOS or my chip hitting the wall.
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post #5573 of 6491
I upd my 3820 for 4820, and...woow...results will emerge soon...thumb.gif
post #5574 of 6491
Hi folks! Been a while...still with a broken cm glacer pump, and a 1.2ghz single core HT enabled i7 3820 lol
And nothing less than a 4350 under the hood xD

Tsm, nice guide, thanks for sharing! Made me want to get a new pump and a 4930k tongue.gif
post #5575 of 6491
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Originally Posted by Sonic_AFB View Post

Another option more to change? for example the most of these i don't know who is his function


Thanks,
Sorry for the late thanks missed the replies.

Thank you very much.
+1
post #5576 of 6491
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Originally Posted by HOMECINEMA-PC View Post

1.38 for 4.7 is really good thats my 2cents.gif for either 2011 quad

Unbeleivable vcore for the clocks mate thumb.gif
Try raising your Power limit to say 500 ?

Yours is a average one so dont sweat it and or raising you vscca and vtt to 1.18v or the safe limit for ivb-e

Thank you very much.
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Edited by icebrain1 - 1/14/14 at 4:47pm
post #5577 of 6491
Ooooooookey dokey here we go. I just clocked my 3820 to 125strap / 38x / 1.4v = 4750mhz. I do NOT have XMP enabled as I find instability comes along with it at higher clock speeds.
post #5578 of 6491
I was running cool and stable at 4.5 GHz 1.245v (104.7 x 43) 67°C max

Edit: I keep forgetting that these threads are for several cpus lol, mine is 3820.

But then I upgraded the BIOS of my asrock extreme 9 and my OC is FUBAR ;_;

Back to square one.

Welp, at least now I can manually control the strap


EDIT 2: It's strange, I underclocked the ram till 1395 and it looks like it's working now. That ram usually runs at 1866 with no problem, and gave stability issues at around 1675? is that even possible?
Edited by AtomskRenewal - 1/14/14 at 7:49pm
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Originally Posted by Sgtdarkness View Post

So I have just finished overclocking my 3820 to 4.625ghz @ 1.375v. I ran a 16 hour blend test on prime with no issues and temps stayed under 75 with my CPU cooler running on silent. I do not have my ram in XMP as I was noticing some instability. Although my prior tests did not involve me changing my CPU Strap. Now that I am using CPU strap maybe XMP will work better. At the end of the day I am pretty happy with my results so far. Along with my overclocked Titan at 1250mhz on air biggrin.gif

Would anyone be able to give me some input as to how I can get closer to 5.0ghz? My rig is in my sig if anyone wants to check out what im running. Any input would be greatly appreciated as I don't really understand the other in depth options available in my bios and I dont want to go changing things that could potentially ruin my CPU

Always appreciated

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Originally Posted by Sonic_AFB View Post

Thanks! now i will try to oc a little the ram, with my old i5 2500k i had the ram from 1600 mhz to 2133 mhz

Bye! smile.gif
Get back with your results thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by ChironX View Post

So I made one last try with my 3820. Got it upto 131 BCLK with 37x Multi, resulting in around 4.81 GHz @ 1.472v Vcore, but that was about it. Won't go in at a smidgen more. Jacked up the voltage to 1.5v - nothing.

I think it's either the new ivy-e BIOS or my chip hitting the wall.
Try upping CPU current capability in digi + power control to 800 and LLC to extreme and up multi to 38 or 39 and use same vcore as a starting point towards 5 gigahurtles smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Heidi View Post

I upd my 3820 for 4820, and...woow...results will emerge soon...thumb.gif
We'll be here redface.gif

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Hi folks! Been a while...still with a broken cm glacer pump, and a 1.2ghz single core HT enabled i7 3820 lol
And nothing less than a 4350 under the hood xD

Tsm, nice guide, thanks for sharing! Made me want to get a new pump and a 4930k tongue.gif
You should run 3D Mk 11 performance and post the P score LoL biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by icebrain1 View Post

Thank you very much.
+1
Anytime man you know where to come for advices

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Originally Posted by AtomskRenewal View Post

I was running cool and stable at 4.5 GHz 1.245v (104.7 x 43) 67°C max

Edit: I keep forgetting that these threads are for several cpus lol, mine is 3820.
But then I upgraded the BIOS of my asrock extreme 9 and my OC is FUBAR ;_;
Back to square one.

Welp, at least now I can manually control the strap

EDIT 2: It's strange, I underclocked the ram till 1395 and it looks like it's working now. That ram usually runs at 1866 with no problem, and gave stability issues at around 1675? is that even possible?
Go back to the bios you were on . Sounds like IB-E bios is messin with your O/Clock and maybe ram as well try not to use xmp as the setting but use the timings it sets
post #5580 of 6491
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Originally Posted by HOMECINEMA-PC View Post

Get back with your results thumb.gif
Speed: 2133 Mhz thumb.gif
Ram Voltage: 1.55v
IMC: 1.05v

the circle in red is normal?



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