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Hi all -

I am getting a new UD3H and 3570k in a few weeks and am planning for 4.5Ghz OC. I was wondering if you guys - seeing as you are pros with the gigabyte bios - could help me out with a general tutorial. This is my absolute first time doing any cpu overclocking. If you could either help me here discussing it or point me to some guides, I'd appreciate it (I have watched videos and read some pretty complicated guides already).

So the general gist is the Ivy Bridge don't require any BCLK tweaks, so leaving it on the default 100.00 and overclock changing the multiplier is the way to go. From what I can tell, this is extremely simple with most mainstream motherboards - leave most on Auto and just change the multiplier. However, I'm running into some more complicated options. For instance, I don't want my 4.5 overclock to be on 24/7, I want the system to drop down when idling so I don't want to disable turbo. So I saw another guide that left the multiplier at default but changed all the turbo settings. And this is where I get lost. Not to mention the rest of the many options in bios. Basically I want a tried and tested 4.5 overclock setting - I don't want to ramp up voltage and go all crazy. Stock to 1.25v is a good range. I also have a Silver Arrow Extreme so a mild 4.5 overclock should be at good temps during the Prime95 12-24 hr stress test.

Thanks for your help. Please let me know if there is any other info I can provide.

EDIT: Do I have to update the bios before doing any of this?

I just found a really succinct guide that says this:

"1) Hit F1 in BIOS to turn off that annoying 3D BIOS thing and get a standard menu
2) Go into MIT -> Advanced Frequency Settings, and set all the Turbo Boost settings (1-core through 4-core) to 44
3) Go into MIT -> Advanced Voltage Settings, and set the CPU Vcore to 1.23V
4) Benchmark system with Prime95 for at least 6 hours; if stable, lower Vcore by 0.01V and try again"

Is that accurate? Seems too simple!


that sounds about right , i have the UD5H board - maybe its the same bios i dont know but for 4.5 you should be able to do that easily and keep it as stock so its not steady volts , i have a 4.5 setting but not sure if i have it steady volts , and dont know if your board is the same as mines in the bios etc,

i would just go in and change the turbo settings to 44 or 45 if you wanted 4.5 , i think i have my volts at 1.275 with my 4.5 setting , i have to check when i get a chance , i been running 4.7 with steady volts 1.350 - its fine , i also dont have your chip , i have the 3770k so it may be different

give it a shot , worst case it will not work , just boot back in and put it back the way it was till you figure it out or get someone who has your chip and board to give you some settings
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that sounds about right , i have the UD5H board - maybe its the same bios i dont know but for 4.5 you should be able to do that easily and keep it as stock so its not steady volts , i have a 4.5 setting but not sure if i have it steady volts , and dont know if your board is the same as mines in the bios etc,

i would just go in and change the turbo settings to 44 or 45 if you wanted 4.5 , i think i have my volts at 1.275 with my 4.5 setting , i have to check when i get a chance , i been running 4.7 with steady volts 1.350 - its fine , i also dont have your chip , i have the 3770k so it may be different

give it a shot , worst case it will not work , just boot back in and put it back the way it was till you figure it out or get someone who has your chip and board to give you some settings

I am almost certain the bios are identical to the UD3H. So you just changed all 4 turbo settings to 45, bumped which voltage setting? wouldn't setting the voltage remove it from auto? did you tweak anything else? I'm afraid that if I leave it on auto then my voltage will be all jumpy during testing and produce crazy heat.
post #4593 of 6656
You just change multiplier, Vcore and LLC. Anything else works quite well on auto.

F15q has mouse bug for me. Flashed back to F15m.
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You just change multiplier, Vcore and LLC. Anything else works quite well on auto.

F15q has mouse bug for me. Flashed back to F15m.

But that's for a set voltage OC. I'd rather not run my chip at 100% voltage 24/7. What do you change with LLC?

I found this video, seems really straightforward. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L0EOCWWeIQ
post #4595 of 6656
Well, you can change Vcore with fixed value or offset (dynamic) value. You need the second. LLC compensates for Vdroop. I use it on Turbo.
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Well, you can change Vcore with fixed value or offset (dynamic) value. You need the second. LLC compensates for Vdroop. I use it on Turbo.

And what would those settings look like on the 3570k ud3h @ 4.5ghz?
post #4597 of 6656
You know there are easy to find once you get the board?

But here

Set Vcore to normal to allow dynamic.


Vcore Loadline Calibration.
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You know there are easy to find once you get the board?

But here

I actually meant what do you set them as rather than where are they located
post #4599 of 6656
They are individual for each CPU. Multiplier x base clock = frequency. Base clock is 100Mhz so 45 multi gives you 4.5Ghz. Start with that, then increase/decrease offset until you are stable and use LLC to compensate vdroop. If you are new to this, start with fixed voltage then eventually switch to offset since it is trickier to get working.
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ok cool thanks
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