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Currently sitting at 4.6 with 1.21v. 3770k. Should i go higher?
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Currently sitting at 4.6 with 1.21v. 3770k. Should i go higher?

Depends on cooling and power really? I'm more for finding the sweet spot than the absolute max for 24/7
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Currently sitting at 4.6 with 1.21v. 3770k. Should i go higher?

Go as high as 1.35v lets you.
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Realll ROGer Suiciderrr etc haha
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I have found that an additional 8-16 mV on top of prime stable gets me WHEA free in games...I dont know why Prime doesn't equal game stable any more...I feel like it used to.

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Originally Posted by yakuzajzs View Post

I guess I'll have to try some cpu intensive games and benchmarks then

I've found the same. Rise of the tomb raider I use for stability, geothermal valley or soviet installation. Highly stress both graphics cards and cpu. All in the same loop for me.

I'm guessing that the heat dumped from my graphics cards heat the cpu more than prime 95 can, thus increases the power consumption of the cpu.

Anyway highly recommend Rise of the Tomb raider to stability bench. Just let it sit, if there is an error it will just freeze and can close program.
Edited by Newbie2009 - 1/11/17 at 3:11am
post #3756 of 3768
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prime95 standard blend 24 hours stable at 5GHz @ 1.296v:




That is real good, and under 1.3v too boot p,
Did you already post your settings?( ie LLC, turbo settings, voltage frequency...ect)

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I'm very late to the party. I've been using a i5 750 since 2010, I overclocked the i5 750 to 3.6-3.8GHz and it suited my utilisation fine, occasional Lightroom/photoshop, light games e.g. Fifa and CoD. The i5 750 combined with a Intel Postville 80GB ssd never felt slow until last year really. The system also got more unstable with random bsod's and I couldn't figure out why these things were happening.

The thing is, I bought a second hand i5 3570k for 120 euros and I also got a Asus P8P67 Pro (Rev. 3.1) for 30 euros, which was a steal, 3 years ago. But somehow I couldn't get the motherboard booting through POST. Frustrated I put the motherboard and the i5 away in the closet and didn't look at it until 2 weeks ago.

I found a good deal on a dutch hardware website, ASRock Z68 Extreme 3 Gen 3 motherboard, i5 3570k and 2 x 4GB Corsair Hyper X (1866MHz 9-9-9-27 1T @ 1.5v) for 150 euros 2 weeks ago.
I've been using that combination ever since. I also took the Asus P67 Pro out of the closet and tried to get it to boot, this time I used a different PSU, and miraculously it booted without any problems at all.

******* hell, I feel annoyed by the fact that for 3 years I had a perfectly fine P67 motherboard and i5 3570k collecting dust in the closet. I learned my lesson I guess, never trust on 1 psu.

Anyway, I've been testing the 2 i5 3570 k's on the Asus motherboard to see which one is better. Unfortunately they're not great overclockers.

1 does 4.2GHz @ 1.13v, 4.4GHz @ 1.245v, 4.5GHz @ 1.29v and 4.6GHz 1.34v. All prime95 Blend stable.
Number 2 does 4.2GHz 1.14v, 4.4GHz @ 1.265v and I couldn't get it stable at 4.6GHz @ 1.34v.

Number 1 is the better chip. I've been running prime95 blend on it for the past 6 hours. No errors in prime95 and windows WHEA kernel.

I also got a GTX 970 and I believe this setup will also last me 4 years at least.
Edited by mudkip_ - 4/6/17 at 11:53pm
     
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i'm running around 1.36 ~ 1.37 for 4.6 ghz , is it too high ? my chip is delidded and under water, max on any core is 73c aida 64
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i'm running around 1.36 ~ 1.37 for 4.6 ghz , is it too high ? my chip is delidded and under water, max on any core is 73c aida 64

Its a relatively high voltage looking at the other chips in this thread, but not too uncommon. As long as your temps are fine you don't need to worry.
     
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Its a relatively high voltage looking at the other chips in this thread, but not too uncommon. As long as your temps are fine you don't need to worry.

well my chip is certainly is not the greatest but i delidded it anyways biggrin.gif, did it back in the day when the 3770k was all the rage !
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