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2500k to 4.5Ghz + Asus P8-Z68

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So I'm kindly requesting all the required Bios settings to get a 2500k to 4.5Ghz on this board. I won't have time to test stability and raise clock speeds accordingly. So would you help me through this?
Thanks
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I think you could just set the multipliers to 45 and it will set a voltage which is way to high, but stable probably. Manual voltage would be about 1.35 and make sure pll Overvoltage is enabled. Thats all I guess
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So I'm kindly requesting all the required Bios settings to get a 2500k to 4.5Ghz on this board. I won't have time to test stability and raise clock speeds accordingly. So would you help me through this?
Thanks

What's the point in having a system that constantly crashes or fries out due to under or overvoltage? If you've got that kind of money on hand to burn through computer parts and just want more speed then why not just buy a sandy-e or get an ivy bridge chip when they come out in a couple months? Simply put, what works for one person will not be the same as what works for you, even with identical parts. You've gotta put aside some time into it if you value your computer at all.
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