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post #451 of 1879
set the vcore in bios to 1.30v and see if you can pass prime or ibt with 4.5ghz, what temps are you getting with those runs.

Also you can update your bios to F7
post #452 of 1879
I'm just setting the multiplier. Turbo on or off. LLC? Vcore,
 
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post #453 of 1879
Ok.

Set multiplier to 45
Set Base clock to 100
Set LLC to turbo
Set Vcore to 1.22
NO BOOT.

Set Vcore to 1.25
Boot
Crashed after about 1 minute of prime 95.
 
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post #454 of 1879
Unless you got a golden chip you gonna to need over 1.3v for 4.5ghz

Usually with ivy after 4.4-4.5 they get real power hungery.

I have mines @ 4.4 with 1.18v rock solid, but if I up it to 4.5 i have to raise vcore all the way to 1.3v+

just put it at 1.3v and go up or down from there if you want 4.5ghz. make sure you keep an eye on temps.
Edited by gotendbz1 - 10/29/12 at 7:33am
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Unless you got a golden chip you gonna to need over 1.3v for 4.5ghz
Usually with ivy after 4.4-4.5 they get real power hungery.
I have mines @ 4.4 with 1.18v but to runit at 4.5 and up i need to bump vcore to over 1.3v.
just put it at 1.3v and go up or down from there if you want 4.5ghz.

should i set the vcore manually, or should i set it to auto. Guys over at the ivy bridge thread were telling me 1.22 for 4.4 and 1.25 for 4.5.

thanks.
 
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should i set the vcore manually, or should i set it to auto. Guys over at the ivy bridge thread were telling me 1.22 for 4.4 and 1.25 for 4.5.
thanks.

every chip is different, set vcore to 1.3v manually. then you can go up or down from there if needed.

if it passes a few runs or prime or ibt you can try dropping vcore to 1.29v or if it fails up it to 1.31v and so on until you get a stable oc.
post #457 of 1879
I picked up the sniper m3 in a trade.

I have no idea what GB was thinking having the PCI layout different than every other mATX z77 board and sticking the second PCI slot to be used for multi gpu, at the bottom.

Ridiculous and I'm considering ditching the board before I even use it.
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I picked up the sniper m3 in a trade.
I have no idea what GB was thinking having the PCI layout different than every other mATX z77 board and sticking the second PCI slot to be used for multi gpu, at the bottom.
Ridiculous and I'm considering ditching the board before I even use it.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I assume the thought process was that if you have the PSU fan exhausting (fan facing the video cards) then a non-ref would blow the hot air into the PSU rather than into the case or just a aluminum plate on the bottom of the PSU...
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I assume the thought process was that if you have the PSU fan exhausting (fan facing the video cards) then a non-ref would blow the hot air into the PSU rather than into the case or just a aluminum plate on the bottom of the PSU...

He's referring to the slot spacing. On the M3, it's the first slot and last one for SLI. With the MVG, it's the first and third slot. The biggest issue is that using the last slot completely blocks you from connecting your onboard power/PWR LED/HDD LED if you're using a long graphics card. Gigabyte probably didn't see this flaw originally when they figured that using this method would benefit the user since it gives an open slot spacing between the two cards. On all mATX boards, your cards are bundled together. It also imposes compatibility issues with mATX cases with 4 expansion slots.
Edited by SimpleTech - 11/2/12 at 11:54am
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hi im join whit my G1 Sniper 3

im using F7 bios pair whit a i5 3570k ( batch 3222A668 ) and Custom wc
my oc results are
at 4.5ghz 45 x (100.03)
PPL set to xtreem
V.core 1.200
PPL 1.500
Vtt 1.050
Imc 0.925
all cpu features disabled
temps full load 64 ( prime95 12 hours )


looks great man! thumb.gif
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