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You don't need a golden chip, just a good chip and a worryless mind. I start panicking after going over a certain voltage which is 1.300 vcore. I'm just lucky that I got a good chip that does 4.8 below that voltage.

I am not worried about going over 1.300 vcore that's why I have invested so much in my loop.

But my 4.6 @ 1.326 sucks lol... I mean that's the lowest voltage I could get it prime 12 hrs stable and no whea errors. Sure it can boot at a much higher clock but what's the point if it is not stable ??

Yea, I understand you. It took me a while to get mine stable and no errors. Honestly unless you bench every 10 minutes for assurance, you won't see a difference between 4.6 - 4.8. Some people have it worse and can't even get 4.5
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Yea, I understand you. It took me a while to get mine stable and no errors. Honestly unless you bench every 10 minutes for assurance, you won't see a difference between 4.6 - 4.8. Some people have it worse and can't even get 4.5

I thought you were still getting WHEA errors? which means it's not stable.

Not trying to be mean or troll you I'm just saying it is a fact that if you get WHEA errors it is doing some math wrong (probably due to not enough vcore) thus it is not entirely stable.
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Yea, I understand you. It took me a while to get mine stable and no errors. Honestly unless you bench every 10 minutes for assurance, you won't see a difference between 4.6 - 4.8. Some people have it worse and can't even get 4.5

I thought you were still getting WHEA errors? which means it's not stable.

Not trying to be mean or troll you I'm just saying it is a fact that if you get WHEA errors it is doing some math wrong (probably due to not enough vcore) thus it is not entirely stable.

I had a chat with sena and I decided to test out WHEA errors, so I went on a rampage last night going through WHEA errors! Not a single WHEA error since around 1AM last night when I was tweaking my settings.
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1.326V for 46x is still slightly above average for a 3570K. Remember that your next chip might require 1.380v for 45x, so don't swap CPUs assuming you'll get a better one.

I still stick by these max-OC estimates (below 90oC IBT, on air):

3570K: bad 44x, average 45x, good 46x, amazing 47x, golden 48x+
3770K: bad 45x, average 46x, good 47x, amazing 48x-49x, golden 50x+
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1.326V for 46x is still slightly above average for a 3570K. Remember that your next chip might require 1.380v for 45x, so don't swap CPUs assuming you'll get a better one.
I still stick by these max-OC estimates (below 90oC IBT, on air):
3570K: bad 44x, average 45x, good 46x, amazing 47x, golden 48x+
3770K: bad 45x, average 46x, good 47x, amazing 48x-49x, golden 50x+

guess my chip is "bad" then but you know what I bet i'd notice little difference at 4.8 vs 4.4 I am happy as a clam with a 1GHZ OC
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When I had a 930, I thought to myself, if I could get a chip that does 4.5 I'd be good. I didn't think I would OC it to 4.8 when I got the chip and still want more. I hate this never ending cycle. ):
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Yea, I understand you. It took me a while to get mine stable and no errors. Honestly unless you bench every 10 minutes for assurance, you won't see a difference between 4.6 - 4.8. Some people have it worse and can't even get 4.5

I know!!!!! I won't bench much I just want to squeeze every bit of my CPU as I can.
So I guess I am going to be reaching a 4.7-or 4.8 if the temps allow me to.

I just hate the temps of ivy I am seriously considering swapping the processosr between my builds and throw in my sandy and see if I can get @ 5.0 Watercooled.

Btw nice asus overclocking guide thumb.gif
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1.326V for 46x is still slightly above average for a 3570K. Remember that your next chip might require 1.380v for 45x, so don't swap CPUs assuming you'll get a better one.
I still stick by these max-OC estimates (below 90oC IBT, on air):
3570K: bad 44x, average 45x, good 46x, amazing 47x, golden 48x+
3770K: bad 45x, average 46x, good 47x, amazing 48x-49x, golden 50x+

I know I can get that extra 100mhz so I'll be somewhere around 4.7 @ 1.350-1.360 or if my temps allow me 4.8 @ 1.380-1.390

It's really depressing when you put a ton of money to your cooling and it doesn't outperform the high end air coolers.

I'll be back with my 4.7 try this week.
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Thanks, it's not as good as the others, but no one ever made an Asus guide and I saw how hard it was for me to get into Overclocking so I decided to make a guide for all the "noobs" to Asus + Ivy overclocking. I'm trying to make it a community guide so if anyone has any recommendations to settings or things like that, I'll be glad to add it so we can help more people. smile.gif

What is the best PC mic? I bought the Zalman and they broke after 3 days. frown.gif Any other recommendations or should I buy another Zalman?
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Here is my submission!
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Here is my submission!

If HT didn't factor in terms of stability, you should enable it. It's better to have it on than not since you paid a premium for it.
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