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Do you want to be added to the list ?
If you were to overclock using 125 strap your 'QPI' would be at 5ghz ..... and yes if it aint broke don't fix it ........... but you could try it might lower vcore a tad at same clocks your running now smile.gif

Yeah definitely add me to the list. Thanks man!

And yeah I figure when I get back from PAX I'll mess around a bit more but I think this setting is my daily driver if you know what I mean. Saved it as a profile and I know it's stable so I can always roll back to it.
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Looking stable so far. Any thoughts or input?
http://valid.canardpc.com/4eifcd

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http://valid.canardpc.com/dj2tnx I want in o.o

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post #5834 of 6499
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Excellent. I have been having good luck with low voltages for a while (knock on wood) but I don't think I'll do much more at this point. I'm still new to the OC thing so I'm a bit gun shy.

EDIT: How is it that you have QPI off and also do I need to worry about the QPI? I've read up on it a bit and it seems like something that if it isn't broke don't try and fix it. Am I wrong?

I just noticed what you mean, not sure why that wasn't showing up but I did update my version of cpuid and now it's showing, new link in sig!
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Added a Phobia 360 65mm to the loop 4 QDC's and a little rough plumbing and a good blast of AC rolleyes.gif
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New OC validated.

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post #5837 of 6499
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To be added to the list you need to have your cpu vals in your overclock.net username redface.gif

Done, sorry, forgot that.

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Done, sorry, forgot that.

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Hello all, just another noob here. I've been reading the posts while I was waiting for my CPU and MB to arrive. Asrock doesn't seem to be very popular here but I went with an Asrock x79 Extreme4 and 4820k, Costa Rican version. I'm going for a stable OC for a 24/7 gaming/normal duty machine.

I started out by turning off speed stepping and the C's. After that I tried letting the bios doing the rest by using the EZ Overclock feature. 4.2ghz was smooth, 1.1xx vcore and 54c max running Prime95. 4.4ghz was harsher, 1.336 vcore and 75c running prime95, 4.6ghz was worse, 1.416 vcore, and 81c running prime, although they were all stable.

My first question is this, is CPU-Z reading my ram right or is it a glitch?





I didn't adjust the ram in the bios, set to xmp 1.2 showing G. skill Ripjaws @ 9-9-9-24 in the bios. I've since went to a manual OC @
4.4ghz - 44x100 with a vcore of 1.16. runs stable but I want to solve the ram issue before going further. I just used the EZ OC feature to get an idea of what would be stable.

Thanks in advance.
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That screenshot looks pretty small, I'll try the larger setting, if you can't read it cpu-z shows 799.9mhz, fsbdram 1:12, CL 31.0 clocks, RCD 31 clocks, RP 15 clocks, Cycle time 63 clocks?

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