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The settings for 2500 and 2600 are very similar... the vcore is really the only difference we need to worry about. I say just go right for 4.5 ghz, thats what I did. im on air, so thats what i was shooting for and all i wanted. I can hit higher if i wanted, but i don't, and 4.5 is a usually easy/safe ghz to get to.

use sin screenshots: http://sinhardware.com/index.php/reviews/motherboards/117-gigabyte/lga1155-z77/z77x-ud5h/109-z77x-ud5h-review?showall=&start=1

starting at this one: http://sinhardware.com/images/Z77XUD5HPerformance/7.jpg, use those same exact values for now (we are going to try for 4.5 ghz cuz its easy, and once u understand, have at it and go to whatever makes u happy, but I personally say try and stay under 60C as your on water, and I prefer lifespan over speed, so I would say don't go over 1.35 volts personally (im at 1.26 for a 4.5 ghz on a 2600k...)

This will get you your 1600 RAM speed: http://sinhardware.com/images/Z77XUD5HPerformance/8.jpg
I personally use the XMP profile where he used "disabled" in order to avoid the next steps of manually putting in my specific RAM's timings, but after I use the XMP setting i manually lock my speed in at 16 like he does

After the RAM stuff is set, whichever way you want to do it... you get to the power settings.... http://sinhardware.com/images/Z77XUD5HPerformance/11.jpg
Im using those same settings, which you can do as well, except I have my Vcore Loadline Calibration on extreme, this got my votls to stay dead on under load and idle. you might be able to get away with turbo, but nbd.

http://sinhardware.com/images/Z77XUD5HPerformance/12.jpg
This, leave everything on auto, except the Vcore, like i said, im at 1.260 for 4.5 ghz, im not sure what vcore to use for i5, but ****, try 1.3 and dial it down until you have stability issues, or take your multiplier up to 46, test, then 47 and so on until its unstable. You can either try and find the min volts to get 4.5, then up the volts and up the clock, or just set volts at 1.3 for instance and up your OC until you need more volts to be stable. both ways work, just opposite ways of doing it.

Thats basically it. jsut make sure your have the newest version of cpuz: http://www.cpuid.com/medias/files/softwares/betas/cpuz_160_04.zip (this will read your Vcore correctly, the latest on their website will not) and have core temp to monitor temps, since your on water, it won't be a problem, but always good to check just to make sure. Get prime 95 or another stability testing program, and test away!

Also, forgot to say but I like to lock my RAM votls in as well manually. Just for peace of mind.
Edited by {EAC} Shoot em UP - 4/19/12 at 5:18pm
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post edited ,if this won't work run Memtest86 (for SB) overnight ,good luck thumb.gif
    
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Thanks. I appreciate the help. thumb.gif
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i don't think you are setting VCCIO correctly.

you have to also move VCCSA(IMC Voltage) up with it with 0.005v less than VCCIO(VTT).

Goto CPU Voltage menu, set QPI/VTT to 1.15v, then set IMC to 1.145 that would engage it so that they change, otherwise it doesn't increase nice unless you do it in windows.

Also can you change the DRAm stability levels, you can try max them out at 32 each for WR and RW.

BTW Auto-Tune, it works for me, how you only get to 3.6ghz? lol BTW auto tune OCes the system with power savings on.
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Ok I'm testing with those settings now.
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Originally Posted by {EAC} Shoot em UP View Post

The settings for 2500 and 2600 are very similar... the vcore is really the only difference we need to worry about. I say just go right for 4.5 ghz, thats what I did. im on air, so thats what i was shooting for and all i wanted. I can hit higher if i wanted, but i don't, and 4.5 is a usually easy/safe ghz to get to.
use sin screenshots: http://sinhardware.com/index.php/reviews/motherboards/117-gigabyte/lga1155-z77/z77x-ud5h/109-z77x-ud5h-review?showall=&start=1
starting at this one: http://sinhardware.com/images/Z77XUD5HPerformance/7.jpg, use those same exact values for now (we are going to try for 4.5 ghz cuz its easy, and once u understand, have at it and go to whatever makes u happy, but I personally say try and stay under 60C as your on water, and I prefer lifespan over speed, so I would say don't go over 1.35 volts personally (im at 1.26 for a 4.5 ghz on a 2600k...)
This will get you your 1600 RAM speed: http://sinhardware.com/images/Z77XUD5HPerformance/8.jpg
I personally use the XMP profile where he used "disabled" in order to avoid the next steps of manually putting in my specific RAM's timings, but after I use the XMP setting i manually lock my speed in at 16 like he does
After the RAM stuff is set, whichever way you want to do it... you get to the power settings.... http://sinhardware.com/images/Z77XUD5HPerformance/11.jpg
Im using those same settings, which you can do as well, except I have my Vcore Loadline Calibration on extreme, this got my votls to stay dead on under load and idle. you might be able to get away with turbo, but nbd.
http://sinhardware.com/images/Z77XUD5HPerformance/12.jpg
This, leave everything on auto, except the Vcore, like i said, im at 1.260 for 4.5 ghz, im not sure what vcore to use for i5, but ****, try 1.3 and dial it down until you have stability issues, or take your multiplier up to 46, test, then 47 and so on until its unstable. You can either try and find the min volts to get 4.5, then up the volts and up the clock, or just set volts at 1.3 for instance and up your OC until you need more volts to be stable. both ways work, just opposite ways of doing it.
Thats basically it. jsut make sure your have the newest version of cpuz: http://www.cpuid.com/medias/files/softwares/betas/cpuz_160_04.zip (this will read your Vcore correctly, the latest on their website will not) and have core temp to monitor temps, since your on water, it won't be a problem, but always good to check just to make sure. Get prime 95 or another stability testing program, and test away!
Also, forgot to say but I like to lock my RAM votls in as well manually. Just for peace of mind.

rolled back to f5 bios, that seemed to help.

heres where were at, im going to run 10x ibt very high (4 threads) while logging temps in core temp and get back to you guys

http://www.photobucket.com/cerebrixoc

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2337768
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rolled back to f5 bios, that seemed to help.
heres where were at, im going to run 10x ibt very high (4 threads) while logging temps in core temp and get back to you guys
http://www.photobucket.com/cerebrixoc
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2337768

Those settings all look good to me. to test for real stability you need to test for longer tho, obviously if you fail ibt within 10 tries, it isn't stable, but to know for sure you need to run a test at least all night. Also, as I don't know as much about 2500k's, im just hoping 1.3 is enough to run 4.5. i guess u will find out. but at this point, everything looks good, just mess with your volts and watch your temps and let us know how it turns out!
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yea I run my 2500k at 1.4v with no LLC all day in my main rig lol.
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heres my temps from ibt

https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=83e0c94922dbcf01&resid=83E0C94922DBCF01!475&parid=83E0C94922DBCF01!115&authkey=!AM_iBjEfsgatcFU

its 4500oc . just right click it and view in browser if you dont have office installed.

im still thinking those are a little high, im currently investigating what 4 fans in push pull will do to help. i have the room and frys is open so.....
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So 22 hours prime blend test stable, 2600K, 1.260 volts, 100x45. Im pretty happy with that. This afternoon it was about 80f in my room frown.gif, and my CPU did creep up to 76c on the hottest core, but considering when it is only about 70f in my room it runs sub 65 full load, I think im good! Now we just need some new BIOS... haha
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