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Help with i7 3770k on my ASUS P8Z77 V Pro?

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I get the setup tommorow.
What template settings should i work from in order to achieve 4.5Ghz?
For example, VRM frequency, Vcore and so on.
Thank you very much everyone.
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I can't help you with your problem, but I swear I'm having deja-vu...I know I saw this posted earlier today, but after looking for it I can't find it. Am I in the Matrix?? ph34r-smiley.gif
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Very simple. Install everything, install windows. Update windows, restart and enter BIOS. Set multiplier on x45 and voltage around 1.2 and try starting up. Run some tests if it boots. If it fails, raise vcore by a small amount and try again.

It's very simple and you probably don't even need to touch any other setting if you set vcore manually.

Now you can try doing offset voltage. This is a little more tricky. You'd have to adjust your +v offset so it remains stable at load AND idle. It might take more than you think. I've seen it stable at load then when it drops to idle it freezes because it needs just a little bit more.

So while manual is easier, offset voltage will allow the voltage to drop down at idle reducing heat and power usage.
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Thanks for the help.
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Very simple. Install everything, install windows. Update windows, restart and enter BIOS. Set multiplier on x45 and voltage around 1.2 and try starting up. Run some tests if it boots. If it fails, raise vcore by a small amount and try again.
It's very simple and you probably don't even need to touch any other setting if you set vcore manually.
Now you can try doing offset voltage. This is a little more t
ricky. You'd have to adjust your +v offset so it remains stable at load AND idle. It might take more than you think. I've seen it stable at load then when it drops to idle it freezes because it needs just a little bit more.
So while manual is easier, offset voltage will allow the voltage to drop down at idle reducing heat and power usage.
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I got the same specs that bradleyw mentioned and I want to overclock from the bios . Im new in overclocking so I want to know the steps of overclocking
    
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