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How does this OC look? 3570k (first build)

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Trying to come up with a good 24/7 OC

i5 3570k
Asus z77 V-Pro

blck = 100
CPU Voltage = 1.2
multiplier = 47

CPU Load Line Calibration = High
CPU Current Capacity = 130%
CPU Power Phase = Extreme
CPU Voltage freq = auto (spread spectrum off)

Max Temps: 63, 69, 69, 59 - Corsair H100. Prime 95


**** Once I minimized CPU-Z, Prime95, RealTemp, and AI Suite, and opened up OCN and started typing this my multiplier has clocked down to 43. What does this mean?


Also, according to CPU-Z (when I had it running at 4700MHz) my "Core Voltage" was 1.290 I've heard you shouldn't push IVY above 1.3 - is this for CPU voltage, or core voltage? and what is the difference between them?

*idle core voltage according to CPU-Z is roughly 1.0V*
Edited by Tulion - 5/5/12 at 7:53pm
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First off you are using way to much voltage for 4.5, currently my 4.5 is set to 1.18v in bios. As far as the h100 and TIM I wouldnt change it because those temps are normal at that much vcore.

After 6 hours of prime95 blend I think I am happy to use this as my 24/7 OC for now. I am also very new at this but I feel this is decent.

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2 x Crucial M4 256gb Sata III Asus Blu Ray Corsair H-100 4 x Corsair SP-120 High Performance 
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Acer 24in 1080p Dell 2713HM  Logitech G710+ Corsair HX750 
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Corsair Carbide 500r  Zowie EC1 eVo Corsair Gaming Logitech G930 Headset 
AudioOtherOther
Altec Lansing 2.1 Speakers intel pro 1000 Monoprice SATA/SAS 6.0 Gb/s Trayless Hot-Swap Cage 
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Edited first post, now attempting to manually change things.
Edited by Tulion - 5/5/12 at 7:50pm
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