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I have a correction that new BIOS didn't fix my cold boot problem I merely didn't wait long enough I guess a couple of hours isn't enough it has to be off all night.
I did overclock my CPU, kinda glad I did, my 3770k is at 4.7ghz, with a voltage of 1.47 at load, never going above 90c and this thing screams now, I know the voltage is crazy high, and there have been a-lot of people saying don't go over 1.3, I barely got to 4.5 with that voltage it would boot but was not prime stable.

Please make a post on here showing what date your chip dies and also in that post put the date you started running 1.47 volts. This will give us an idea of how much that high of voltage actually reduces the life of the chip.
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Please make a post on here showing what date your chip dies and also in that post put the date you started running 1.47 volts. This will give us an idea of how much that high of voltage actually reduces the life of the chip.

LOL I wasn't planning on doing that high of an overclock for very long, just wanting to see how far I could safely take this baby, I was actually running into a lot of voltage stability issues when I put it up that high, I bet if I had a better motherboard I could at-least get away with using lower voltages, maybe even a better top clock speed.

It isn't all about voltage, my temps were fine, and that's what mostly causes a chip to degrade, though higher volts=higher temps, the frequency of the chip is a big factor in the overall power consumption though not as much as my old 955. Still this was only temporary, just like me me pushing 1.75 volts through me Phenom 955 to achieve 4.3ghz, I only ran it for a week like that, I lowered it down to 4.2ghz and its going strong to this day. Though I did fry the cool n' quiet feature, but it quit on me before I started water cooling and obviously before the ridiculous overclock. Well not too ridiculous, the stock cooler at stock speeds got just as hot.

But I've reduced it down to 4.6ghz @ 1.4. seems a bit more reasonable and my temps never go above 60c unless I'm stress testing and even then all cores stay below 85C.
Edited by freakman300 - 12/10/12 at 8:58pm
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Is there a way to take screen shots from within the BIOS on the Extreme 4 Z77?
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Is there a way to take screen shots from within the BIOS on the Extreme 4 Z77?

Plug in a USB drive in one of the USB ports....make sure its formatted to FAT32. Reboot with usb drive plugged in and while in the bios, just press F12.
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Plug in a USB drive in one of the USB ports....make sure its formatted to FAT32. Reboot with usb drive plugged in and while in the bios, just press F12.

Awesome. Thank you.
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Has there been a fix yet to get sleep to work with a high overclock and PLL overvoltage enabled?
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Has there been a fix yet to get sleep to work with a high overclock and PLL overvoltage enabled?
i put my pc to sleep all the time @ 4.8ghz with 1.26v . pll voltage disabled thou so i dont no. but do u think if i enable pll overvoltage it will help me get 5ghz stable is that somthing i should try??
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i put my pc to sleep all the time @ 4.8ghz with 1.26v . pll voltage disabled thou so i dont no. but do u think if i enable pll overvoltage it will help me get 5ghz stable is that somthing i should try??

not sure if pll overvoltage helps stability in prime95. i do know it makes the difference if you will boot or not once you get to about 4.9 and above. i need it at 4.9 to boot or i will freeze right before the splash screen.

regarding sleep issue. i have a prime stable 4.9 overclock that will not wake from sleep.. fans spin up and monitor stays blank.. if i hold the power button to shut it down itthen resumes from hibernate even though i did not set it to hibernate. i was wondering if there was a way to make this work?

on a side note for you lilchronic. i pulled a small 40mm chipset cooler fan off an old dell i had layind around and screwed it onto the extreme4 vrm heatsink just by screwing the screw into one of the slits and the whole heat issue is gone. the highest temp now is 90 degrees fahrenheit.. used to be 177 fahrenheit. i recommend this if you want to clock high for a long time.
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Hey guys, I'm running a 3570K on a ASRock Z77 Extreme4, I've been playing with the overclocking facility ASRock XTU and just OCing to x39 and down again when I don't need it, though this seems to have messed up the Turbo Boost feature on my CPU, it used to go down to x16 when Idle which I quite liked but now it doesnt, I've tried disabling re-enabling it in BIOS but I can only change the setting on Speed-step, the option to change Turbo Boost doesn't seem accessible which is a bit odd, can I anyone help me out? I've been having hanging issues on some games and I am worried for my CPU frown.gif
 
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Hey guys, I'm running a 3570K on a ASRock Z77 Extreme4, I've been playing with the overclocking facility ASRock XTU and just OCing to x39 and down again when I don't need it, though this seems to have messed up the Turbo Boost feature on my CPU, it used to go down to x16 when Idle which I quite liked but now it doesnt, I've tried disabling re-enabling it in BIOS but I can only change the setting on Speed-step, the option to change Turbo Boost doesn't seem accessible which is a bit odd, can I anyone help me out? I've been having hanging issues on some games and I am worried for my CPU frown.gif

I've been experiencing something similar with my Z77 extreme4 and 2700k. I recently updated to bios 2.7 and now I get three different clock speed readings from CPU-Z (4.8 constant), RealTemp (2.8-4.8), and Open Hardware Monitor (idle 1.6 and on up to 4.8). OHM and CPU-Z are both giving similar core voltages at idle and load. I'm not sure what's going on. I'm considering going back to 2.5 to see if that fixes the issue. Anyone have any thoughts or similar experiences?

Edit: Here's a screenshot to give you a better visualization.

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