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H 60 and OC the 2500k

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I'm new at this OC thing, I've got a problem. I've got a problem with OC my 2500k. I am using a H60 water cooler but I only been able to OC at 43, whenever I go any higher the rig goes nuts and crashes... I ran the stress test in hight and the temps where already at 74 C. Does that mean that the H60 is not enough for higher OC?

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thnaks
post #2 of 30
Could be you're simply unstable at that speed. I forget the specific percentages but you may have a chip unstable at higher clock speeds. Some people hit the wall at x42
post #3 of 30
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so howcome there are people OC at 4.7-5.0????
post #4 of 30
Possibly they have more advanced actual water cooled setups
post #5 of 30
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so basically the h-60 is just not enough.....
post #6 of 30
I didnt see you mention anything about voltages, did you even try increasing the voltages as you increase your overclock? people can not get to 4.7-5.0 overclock without increasing voltages, so the CPU can have sufficient power at the clock.
post #7 of 30
I have an H50 and I have mine at 4.8
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samsung eco samsung f3 1tb corsair h100i windows 7 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
asus vh238h cooler master quickfire tk rosewill capstone 650 fractal design define r4 
MouseMouse PadAudio
corsair m60 steelseries qck+ rokkit 5 
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i7 3570k ASRock Z77 WS sapphire hd 7950 flex sapphire hd 7950 flex 
GraphicsGraphicsRAMHard Drive
sapphire hd 7950 flex sapphire hd 7950 flex corsair vengeance 8gb 1866 samsung 840 120gb 
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post #8 of 30
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yes I set the voltage to 1.25 with 0.05 offset
tried diff combinations and that was the only one stable.... following instuctions rom another tread
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using what settings?
I have a Arock Xterme3 Gen 3 MB
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I don't like U very much.....
just kidding!!!!thumb.gif
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