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I was wondering what is considered high voltage i have been trying to get this Pc Overclocked but it just dont want to happen for meI have had it to 1.36 (but kinda weary going any higher and this is for a 4.3 or 4.4 OC. I looked at the page that suggested and tried several diff possibilities, i keep getting errors on the 4th core as soon as i start up prime 95 . I need a good program that will let me adjust the voltage form windows because restarting is kinda annoying . I tried the gigabyte utility Easy Tune6 (Intel) but when i start up the computer it turns off my cpu fan ?? after i remove the program the fan runs fine , Im lost lol


My current bios version is F4 / should i get F5 or F6 ??
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Got a question if I manually set the vcore voltage to say 1.2v, is there a way to get it back to auto if it is idle? Because I don't need 1.2v at idle right?
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post #953 of 6656
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Got a question if I manually set the vcore voltage to say 1.2v, is there a way to get it back to auto if it is idle? Because I don't need 1.2v at idle right?

You need to use dynamic mode for that(aka offset). And it is a little trickier to get working.
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I was wondering what is considered high voltage i have been trying to get this Pc Overclocked but it just dont want to happen for meI have had it to 1.36 (but kinda weary going any higher and this is for a 4.3 or 4.4 OC. I looked at the page that suggested and tried several diff possibilities, i keep getting errors on the 4th core as soon as i start up prime 95 . I need a good program that will let me adjust the voltage form windows because restarting is kinda annoying . I tried the gigabyte utility Easy Tune6 (Intel) but when i start up the computer it turns off my cpu fan ?? after i remove the program the fan runs fine , Im lost lol

People have different opinions on what is considered "safe voltage". Apparently Intel's papers say 1.52v is the max for sandy bridge but I think most people agree that is pretty high. With your cooler I would stay below 1.4v. It's also a safe bet to make sure your temperatures don't exceed 80 degrees C, the lower the better obviously. There is a program I've seen Sin using to overclock within windows but I can't find it right now.. I'll keep looking and let you know. Maybe Sin can chime in and let us know as well. Easy Tune seems pretty shotty from what I've read around here so I'd stay away from it lol. I just use the BIOS but I understand how constantly restarting can get annoying.

Oh and some of the later BIOSes apparently improved overclocking with sandy bridge. I'd update it anyway. Here's the latest - F8a - from Stasio @ Tweaktown

Also, some people like to run Prime 95 for several hours. Personally, I only run it for maybe 10-15 minutes and then play some games and if it doesn't crash I'm happy. That said, I only really use my computer for gaming and internet so if some files get corrupted because of my overclock, no big deal. If you have a bunch of stuff you don't want to lose then maybe more stability testing is in order. Just food for thought.

EDIT: Here's what I saw Sin using.. It's called Tweak Launcher and you can download it here - http://www.gigabyte.com/support-downloads/Utility.aspx?cg=2
Edited by DBEAU - 5/9/12 at 7:35pm
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I had done the rigbuilder., but didnt add to signature. It should be there now.

Hoping not too pushy, but do you have any input on my original question

so is there a suitable profile or recommendation yet for that combo with G.Skill DDR3 1866 Memory?

Thanks in advance
post #956 of 6656
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I had done the rigbuilder., but didnt add to signature. It should be there now.
Hoping not too pushy, but do you have any input on my original question
so is there a suitable profile or recommendation yet for that combo with G.Skill DDR3 1866 Memory?
Thanks in advance

Try this one Sin posted earlier. You might have to just change the ram speed to 1866. you may not have to change anything if its set to use default XMP profile..
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Boys and Girls, men and women today I post some OC profiles, the first post of its kind. Here I post OC profiles for the UD5H and the UD3H and I want you guys to try them out and let me know what I should change on them. Also if you could try them and let me know if they work, I need to see whether it matters if I used a 3570K or 3770K to make the profiles. I have both CPUs so I can always make more profiles just with certain CPUs. I also have SB, so if SB owners could also try these profiles and see if they work.
This profile sharing will totally change teh face of overclocking as we can now provide new users with profiles they can tweak, and everyone is open to provide their own.
To use a profile you will need to open it take the file without extension inside the .RAR and place it on a thumb-drive formatted in FAT32 and then go into your BIOS and load profile from the USB drive.

UD5H:
This is for 4.5ghz and 1600mhz XMP memory: http://www.mediafire.com/?u15dl7pprsjjsir
THis is for 4.5ghz and DVID offset: http://www.mediafire.com/?dk1k7vqywz1oe4d
You will need to use the latest BIOS versions or else you might not have the option to load a BIOS.

Edited by DBEAU - 5/9/12 at 7:36pm
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post #957 of 6656
Thanks for the swift reply
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Try this one Sin posted earlier. You might have to just change the ram speed to 1866. you may not have to change anything if its set to use default XMP profile..

Just to confirm, I should use this one (and then change ram to 1866..)

UD5H: This is for 4.5ghz and 1600mhz XMP memory:
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Thanks for the swift reply
Just to confirm, I should use this one (and then change ram to 1866..)
UD5H: This is for 4.5ghz and 1600mhz XMP memory:

Yeah I would give that one a try first. It'll be the most straight forward. You can try the other one as well but it uses dynamic cpu voltage so that it'll scale with load. They should work fine but keep an eye on temps just incase.
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reflashed it, no change still shows 110C for cpu without ever changing.
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