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I'm not looking for an apology. I'm just helping you get the most out of Overclock.net. You're also helping Overclock.net gain more content.

I just thought that this forum have rule for not having the same thread many times and i do not like spam smile.gif then i was thought that maybe is better that i post in the same thread.sorry and thank you smile.gif
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I am also trying to overclock my i7 2600k using an Asus P8Z68-V Pro Gen3 and am having problems ... i am using a corsair 750W power supply with stock cooling.


just wanted to try to boost the CPU before i replace it ...

Thanks
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You should make your own thread because no one will be coming to this thread to help you. They will be coming to this thread to reply to the original post. The only reason why I saw your post is, I'm subscribed to this thread. So, when I clicked this thread in my subscriptions, it brought me right to your post. For most people who are simply clicking this thread in the list of threads in this forum, they will very likely ONLY read the original post.

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I've read this thread several times now, and I hate to gravedig and/or resurrect an old thread. I did start my own, but I fear that since my setup is somewhat outdated nobody will care to answer....

TwoCables, first of all, thanks a lot for your input in this thread. I have the exact same setup as the TS, and I am currently running it on 4.6 with decent temperatures using Noctua NH-U12P SE2 (no PWM though, so set on silent mode/900RPM, hence the temperature overhead).

Voltage is 1.400, which I admit is a little on the high end but I don't mind too much. I use offset +0.005, and I don't really know if I should try and fiddle around to get the voltages down, if it's worth it...

Anyways, I have one issue... The Hyperthreading option in my BIOS (0301) is greyed out. It is locked in "enabled", and I don't seem to have any way of changing it to "disable".

Again, apologize for reaching out in this old thread, but as you wrote that you were subscribed I am kind of hoping that you still are.
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I've read this thread several times now, and I hate to gravedig and/or resurrect an old thread. I did start my own, but I fear that since my setup is somewhat outdated nobody will care to answer....

TwoCables, first of all, thanks a lot for your input in this thread. I have the exact same setup as the TS, and I am currently running it on 4.6 with decent temperatures using Noctua NH-U12P SE2 (no PWM though, so set on silent mode/900RPM, hence the temperature overhead).

Voltage is 1.400, which I admit is a little on the high end but I don't mind too much. I use offset +0.005, and I don't really know if I should try and fiddle around to get the voltages down, if it's worth it...

Anyways, I have one issue... The Hyperthreading option in my BIOS (0301) is greyed out. It is locked in "enabled", and I don't seem to have any way of changing it to "disable".

Again, apologize for reaching out in this old thread, but as you wrote that you were subscribed I am kind of hoping that you still are.

 

I'm still subscribed, but this one is way over my head. :/ I apologize that I didn't reply before to say so.

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I'm still subscribed, but this one is way over my head. :/ I apologize that I didn't reply before to say so.

Thanks for the reply still! I think I might have to just settle with having HT enabled, have scoured the internet for solutions but found none. Perhaps if I am able to upgrade BIOS I would be able to change the setting, but since I can't find any solution to that either I am kind of stuck...


BTW, what's your opinion on the voltage (1.400) at this OC (4600)? Is it fine to just stick with it, or do I have to fiddle around to get it lower? Is 1.400 really that high?
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Thanks for the reply still! I think I might have to just settle with having HT enabled, have scoured the internet for solutions but found none. Perhaps if I am able to upgrade BIOS I would be able to change the setting, but since I can't find any solution to that either I am kind of stuck...

 

This is a long-shot, but what if you were to completely clear CMOS, reset to factory defaults, and then flash to a different BIOS version after that?

 

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BTW, what's your opinion on the voltage (1.400) at this OC (4600)? Is it fine to just stick with it, or do I have to fiddle around to get it lower? Is 1.400 really that high?

 

It depends on what the actual voltage is. The actual voltage is displayed by CPU-Z when you have your CPU under load, such as when running Prime95.

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post #79 of 84
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This is a long-shot, but what if you were to completely clear CMOS, reset to factory defaults, and then flash to a different BIOS version after that?


It depends on what the actual voltage is. The actual voltage is displayed by CPU-Z when you have your CPU under load, such as when running Prime95.

Sorry, I might have not made myself clear: The actual voltage is 1.400 under load in Prime95.

Re: clearing CMOS, that's something I have been considering too... Still debating whether or not it is worth the hassle, or just stick with HT on.
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Sorry, I might have not made myself clear: The actual voltage is 1.400 under load in Prime95.

Re: clearing CMOS, that's something I have been considering too... Still debating whether or not it is worth the hassle, or just stick with HT on.

 

1.408V?

 

While this is a high core voltage, it's really only dangerous if you have a full load on the CPU 24/7 for several months. Even then, degradation wouldn't be severe. If the most demanding thing you do is gaming, then it's safe.

 

Consider yourself lucky too: my 2500K needs the same voltage as yours for only 4.5 GHz - and this is a CPU that doesn't have HT! You see, with HT enabled, more power is required. So, I'd say that even though we both have CPUs that aren't very good overclockers, you're not doing too badly there. :) It could still be much worse. lol

 

Oh, and having HT enabled creates more heat too. So, the only real benefits to disabling HT are, reducing the required voltage slightly and reducing the heat slightly. I don't know how much the reduction could or would be though.


Edited by TwoCables - 6/9/16 at 11:18am
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