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Welcome bursecarl!
Thank you very much
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Hey guys I just recently got a 3570k smile.gif and a ASRock Z77 Pro3(I was on a budget), from what I have heard people are warning me not to try to overclock with this board because it's not great or safe to do so until I get a better mobo to go with this cpu. But on the good side I ended up getting the cpu and mobo for $250 which I am upgrading from a e6420 cheers.gif
post #1163 of 3170
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Hey guys I just recently got a 3570k smile.gif and a ASRock Z77 Pro3(I was on a budget), from what I have heard people are warning me not to try to overclock with this board because it's not great or safe to do so until I get a better mobo to go with this cpu. But on the good side I ended up getting the cpu and mobo for $250 which I am upgrading from a e6420 cheers.gif
well considering youve got an ivy bridge(uses less power) you can probably overclock to like 4-4.3 safe for sure, just dont try to go 5ghz with it wink.gif the boards are supposed to be able to support all 1155 cpus (so it has to be able to deliver the power for a turbo boosted 2600k). i really doubt a 4.3 3570k uses more power than that tongue.gif
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Hey guys, I got an i7-2600K and an ASRock Z77 Extreme6 a few days ago and I've had a fairly big problem with it. When the CPU goes under load (P95-64/IntelBurnTest) the multiplier drops to 34x instead of whatever the overclock is at. I've tried changing pretty much everything but nothing seems to help. I tried several BIOS revisions, including 1.1,1.5,1.7, and 1.8. They all produce the same result. My settings are: Speedstep off, All C states off, I even tried setting thermal throttling or whatever in the CPU options to off. I tried changing between "All cores" multiplier to "per core" multiplier with Turbo disabled, no change. Changing between manual and offset CPU voltage doesn't help. Even when under low voltage of 1.35 + 0.004 for turbo, and the temperatures @ 68C max, it still drops the multiplier down to 34x. Changing to different load line calibrations didn't seem to affect it. Now I've even tried running ThrottleStop, but it doesn't seem to change anything either, and it also shows EIST with a checkmark, even though I disabled SpeedStep through UEFI. If I remember correctly, it doesn't seem to throttle down when running multiplier at 42x, but at 46-48x, it always goes back down to 34x. Does anyone else have this problem or know what's up?

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post #1165 of 3170
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well considering youve got an ivy bridge(uses less power) you can probably overclock to like 4-4.3 safe for sure, just dont try to go 5ghz with it wink.gif the boards are supposed to be able to support all 1155 cpus (so it has to be able to deliver the power for a turbo boosted 2600k). i really doubt a 4.3 3570k uses more power than that tongue.gif

ahaha I will look into it because a lot of people are telling me to keep it stock since the board isn't great on overclocking and I may melt the caps x.x which I do not want to do. Also is there a guide on how to overclock it? I am not very familiar with the new cpus lately. and Thank you smile.gif

Anyone else with experience with the board please feel free to add anything.
post #1166 of 3170
well for shooting ~4-4.3 ghz i doubt you would have to increase your vcore by alot. you can either use the offset voltage overclocking or the manual voltage overclocking.
for manual, load your cpu(with something like prime95 27.7 or IBT) and check your cpu voltage in CPU-z. then go into bios and at cpu vcore select manual mode and set the voltage ~ 0.02-0.05 higher than your load voltage. also set your multiplier to 40x(all core). then test using prime or IBT and check your voltage in cpu-z and your temperature in Realtemp to make sure you are not blowing your chip tongue.gif. if it fails up voltage by a bit. if it passes you can decide if you want a bit more(up multi to 41..42..43x) and up your voltage if it fails.
if you want to do offset voltages you change the cpu voltage mode to offset(+0.005) and then set the cpu multiplier to 40x(all cores). test, up the offset or multi as you like.
if you follow this guide you will probably be set in a couple minutes smile.gif overclocking sub 4.4~4.5ghz really doesnt take much effort on most chips smile.gif
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Just FYI - I was able to get a 100% stable 4.4ghz OC with LLC Load Line 4 alone...no other voltage tweaks..almost stock...

Only sad thing is my temps are pretty toasty when max stressing (80C)...the amount of voltage needed for my chip to get 4.5ghz isn't worth it (a lot more tweaking required)...the max temp becomes unsettling (85C+)...it's a pretty thick barrier after a very easy 4.4ghz for me...damn you internal TIM....

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damn you internal TIM....
haha yeah, delidding decreased temps by 15C and the tim that was inside mine was all dried up so no wonder many people are getting bad temperatures frown.gif its a shame you lose warranty and intel protection plan...
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haha yeah, delidding decreased temps by 15C and the tim that was inside mine was all dried up so no wonder many people are getting bad temperatures frown.gif its a shame you lose warranty and intel protection plan...

I want to try this and see where it gets me smile.gif
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haha yeah, delidding decreased temps by 15C and the tim that was inside mine was all dried up so no wonder many people are getting bad temperatures frown.gif its a shame you lose warranty and intel protection plan...

Wanting to try this too, but not feeling like accidentally damaging the die. I'll get someone who's prepared to replace it if they break it to do it and I'll pay them.
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