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Well looks like I've found the sweet spot for my 3770K. 4.7GHz with 1.28v. IBT/Prime95 temps ranging from 73c to 78c. Few hours of BF3 and temps are in the 60s; tho could spike up to high 60s, low 70s.
I'm hoping for 4.9GHz but seems that would put me in the high 80s if not low 90s mad.gif I can't confirm that since I haven't started testing yet, but in theory..

What Batch do you have? Mine is L204B322 and does 4.6ghz stable @ 1.25V.
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What Batch do you have? Mine is L204B322 and does 4.6ghz stable @ 1.25V.

Mine is Batch L204B343. If you look over to Ivy owner's thread, I've posted the Superpi of the 3770K 4.9ghz@1.344v. I'm stress testing at the moment with aida64, seems sturdy so far; Played BF3 for few hours too.

Wall at 5ghz tho.
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for the people that are overclocking their IB, are you enabling or disabling PLL overvoltage?
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for the people that are overclocking their IB, are you enabling or disabling PLL overvoltage?
I set it to the default value, 1.8V biggrin.gif
    
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I think he means PLL Overvlotage option (enable/disable), not the actual value for PLL volts. I'm curious about PLL Overvoltage also. Is there an option for Z77 mobo's? I always thought it was Intel's Bandaid to fix the low multiplier wall most SB's were hitting.... around x45 with it disabled.

Curious if there was even a need to have it as an option on Z77's.
    
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Watch this video. Pretty much almost all you need to know.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mkGQhE1o2w&feature=g-all-u
Really informative and make sure to watch the whole thing.
I am running 4.5ghz right now and it took me about 20 mins - didn't even use the auto tune.

Notes I took from this video:


Use AIDA 64 stress test
dont exceed 1.350 vcore
try 1.325 core

lower loadline calibration
raise overcurrent protection (cpu current capability)

UEFI:
Multicore enhancement off
turbo ratio: manual syncronize???
PLL overvolt: DISABLED? raise can remove wall but cause problems with hybernation and sleep
Manual voltage uses same voltage constantly, use offset mode instead for longevity and efficiency

loadline cal: maybe medium???

phase control: optimized(up to 4.6-4.8) or extreme(more aggresive for higher overclocks, more heat)

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Notes I took from this video:
Use AIDA 64 stress test

In my experience AIDA (at least for version 1.85) was not stressful enough for testing stability. I was able to pass AIDA easily and BSOD when running a benchmark almost immediately. Maybe it's gotten better, but for sandy bridge, Prime95 was the best stress test.
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He said prime can damage the CPU.
I go for hot OCs on my CPUs, currently my 920 is idling at 56-59c in AISuite, if I crash in prime its likely due to temps, temps I will never reach in every day use, I think JJ hinted at stress tests being overrated for the same reasoning I use, he recommended using benching and programs you normally use.

I just avoid the maximum heat test in Prime.devil.gif

btw this CPU has been okay for 3 years, had to bump it down 200mhz after 2 years but its still soldering on.
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He said prime can damage the CPU.
I go for hot OCs on my CPUs, currently my 920 is idling at 56-59c in AISuite, if I crash in prime its likely due to temps, temps I will never reach in every day use, I think JJ hinted at stress tests being overrated for the same reasoning I use, he recommended using benching and programs you normally use.
I just avoid the maximum heat test in Prime.devil.gif
btw this CPU has been okay for 3 years, had to bump it down 200mhz after 2 years but its still soldering on.

Obviously a guy from ASUS will not tell you to run P95 since a lot of kids out there will try to run it with inadequate cooling. ASUS is just trying to protect itself. Besides, they would never endorse a program like P95, compared to like Cinebench.
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Yea so true smile.gif
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