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post #21 of 35
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Originally Posted by youpekkad View Post

Yeah I dont know if they changed its bios at some point, but I tried all of them and still there wasnt manual vcore, LLC or proper offset-control (+/- 50mv is pretty poor...) so you are not the only one.
Maybe Asrock wanted to make their extreme-series boards look more attractive?

Did you try the L1.20a Beta BIOS? I was just wondering if maybe they had reinstated those features with the beta.
post #22 of 35
Yes I tried that, no luck...Although it doesnt hurt if you try spinning the wheel of fortune, right? smile.gif
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post #23 of 35
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You've been a big help thanks. According to ASROCK the deleted features were just a mistake but I think you may be onto something about wanting people to get the extreme over the pro3. Considering the pro3 used to have these features and now they don't. I can't imagine their programmers are that incompetent...
post #24 of 35
I didnt know you were using ASrock program to overclock at first. So now your overclocking through bios and the multi is still not staying locked during a Prime95?

Do you have any bios screenshot you could post up so people can review your settings?

If your board is like mine then this is how you can take a bios screenshots. Put a flashdrive in a usb port the going to my computer, right click the flash drive, click format, change the format to fat32 and click ok or format. Once the format is complete, restart your comp w/ the flashdrive still in and go into bios. When in bios just press F12 to take a screenshot
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post #25 of 35
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I got it to 4.4 GHz stable for 3.5 hours with prime 95 now. First step was to set "CPU Core Voltage" to +0mV and use "Additional Turbo Power Limit" to set the turbo voltage. Mine runs stable at +.020. The final quirk was to run my fan on the opposite side of the cooler it was on. I read somewhere else that there's a heat sensor on the mobo that can cause throttling. Even though my CPU temps never get over 70C, this sensor may have not been getting airflow because of my large CoolerMaster Hyper 212+. Only after switching the fan to the other side was I able to get past 4.1 GHz even using the additional turbo power limit manual settings.

CPU wattage now stays under 100 and core voltage is 1.24 V with turbo at max.
post #26 of 35
My CPU is Intel 2500K and MB is Asrock Gen3 Pro3
Hi, I search over Internet and found this forum. So I have same problem. I dont have stable multiplayer even on 4.3 .
On the another forum I find those settings and they give me 4.3 GHz pretty long, but sometimes it drop to 3.3 on few seconds then revert to 4.3
Settings are
CPU RATIO ---- 43
INTERNAL PLL VOLTAGE --- DISABLED
GT OVERCLOCK --- DISABLED
INTEL SPEDDSTEP TEC. --- ENABLED
TURBO BOOST POWER LIMIT --- MANUAL
SHORT DURATION P.L. --- 200
LONG DURATIO P.L. --- 200
LONG DURATION MAINT. --- 1
ADDICTIONAL TURBO VOLTAGE --- AUTO
CORE CURRENT LIMIT --- 200
HOST CLOCK OVERRIDE --- 100.1
SPREAD SPECTRUM --- ENABLED
CPU CORE VOLTAGE OFFSET --- AUTO

Temperature is max at 73°C, there is only CPu on motherboard, with 650 W XFX power supply so I thing CPU have enough power.
Any suggestion?
post #27 of 35
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After more extensive testing (24 hours of Prime 95) I found I could not get it over 41x without fluctuations. If you want over 4.1 GHz you'll need a different motherboard.
650 watts is plenty of power especially if you are using on-board graphics.
post #28 of 35
I cannot get it even on 4000 withot second or two fluctuations frown.gif
Only I get is few °C lower temps...
post #29 of 35
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You need to set cpu core voltage offset to +0mV and use the additional turbo power limit to add voltage to get a stable 4.1
post #30 of 35
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You need to set cpu core voltage offset to +0mV and use the additional turbo power limit to add voltage to get a stable 4.1

SHORT DURATION P.L. --- 200
LONG DURATIO P.L. --- 200

turbo power limit is option above?

I will try to set cpu core voltage offset to +0mV
Thanks for reply
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