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I ended up stable on my i5-3570K at 47 multiplier @ 1.205 manual volts. I converted to offset +.065 voltage. I see no downside to running 4.7 at that voltage since my max temp under Prime95 is 75. But I understand what you all are saying about running 1.3v as that really cranks the temps. Thanks everyone for your help, and Thanks again for a great guide!
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I ended up stable on my i5-3570K at 47 multiplier @ 1.205 manual volts. I converted to offset +.065 voltage. I see no downside to running 4.7 at that voltage since my max temp under Prime95 is 75. But I understand what you all are saying about running 1.3v as that really cranks the temps. Thanks everyone for your help, and Thanks again for a great guide!

That's great to hear. 1.205vcore is amazing for a 3570k! Good job on the overclock.
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It wouldn't have been possible without your guide and the members of this forum. smile.gif I think I got really lucky with this CPU from what I have read.

I have stressed it with Prime95, IntelBurnTest, LinX, AIDA64, and playing games. I was also able to sleep the machine, BUT I have not done a 12 hour Prime95 run yet. I will, and I will report back after I do. For now though here is my CPU-Z validation.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2510904
Edited by rexbinary - 9/14/12 at 4:09pm
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It wouldn't have been possible without your guide and the members of this forum. smile.gif I think I got really lucky with this CPU from what I have read.

I have stressed it with Prime95, IntelBurnTest, LinX, AIDA64, and playing games. I was also able to sleep the machine, BUT I have not done a 12 hour Prime95 run yet. I will, and I will report back after I do. For now though here is my CPU-Z validation.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2510904

If it does what you need it to do, why even prime95 it anymore? Prim95 is to stop those things from ever happening, now if you don't crash in anything you do, then why do something that will show you the same result?
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If it does what you need it to do, why even prime95 it anymore? Prim95 is to stop those things from ever happening, now if you don't crash in anything you do, then why do something that will show you the same result?

Well, then I can post in this thread. wink.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1247869/official-the-ivy-bridge-stable-suicide-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet

Actually I'm just curious more then anything, and it will be running while I'm sleeping so no biggie. smile.gif
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If it does what you need it to do, why even prime95 it anymore? Prim95 is to stop those things from ever happening, now if you don't crash in anything you do, then why do something that will show you the same result?

Well, then I can post in this thread. wink.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1247869/official-the-ivy-bridge-stable-suicide-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet

Actually I'm just curious more then anything, and it will be running while I'm sleeping so no biggie. smile.gif

I guess. smile.gif if you want to join that club, by all means.
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Hey guys, first time on this forum for me and looking for a little feedback on my OC (I'm new to OCing too).

Here is my current OC:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2511469

I ran that in prime for an hour last night and it held up without any instability. Looking for some advice on any other changes that I can make before I run a 12h prime test and then call it a day.

Here's a screenshot of everything after running prime for about 10 mins:



NOTE: The AI Suite II pic is just for voltage reference, I set everything through the BIOS when I OCed

I'm not looking to do anything crazy here, just trying to get a good, stable 4.5 for daily use.

Any help is appreciated
Edited by StingraySF - 9/15/12 at 5:56am
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Update to my post above:

Was able to lower the voltage slightly by switching Voffset from + Auto to + 0.010. I tested + 0.010 Voffset but I ran into some stability issues (WHEA errors). Raised the Voffset to + 0.015 and everything seems fine. All other settings were left alone.

It's been running stable now for about an hour with with Vcore hovering between 1.2 - 1.216 V and average temps staying in the mid to high 60s (max temp from an individual core is 73 so far). No WHEA errors or anything like that. Is it safe to assume these are the settings I should keep and let it continue running for the full 12 hours?

I'll take screenshots and validate the overclock through CPU-Z if everything is stable through the test.

Edit:

Became unstable shortly after posting this (WHEA error).
Upped the Voffset to + 0.020, tested, WHEA error after 5 mins.
Lowered the Voffset down to + 0.005, tested, WHEA error after 5 mins.
Changed the Voffset back to + Auto, currently testing, it's been about 10 mins without error

Edit:

Still on + Auto and it's been about 30 minutes without an error. I've noticed that while on Auto my Vcore is about 1.24 - 1.256 V which seems alright, but my temps have gone from mid 60s to mid 70s while under load from prime (max temp from any core was 79).

Since it's proving stable so far, would it be alright to leave the offset on + Auto?
Edited by StingraySF - 9/15/12 at 10:09am
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+ Auto can result in basically anything. That is why on +0.005, you can get WHEA error or BSOD because it uses less vcore than + Auto. Change vcore to manual vcore. Test using this and then at the end, we will switch you over to offset. Make vcore to 1.25 and try to run that for 12 hours. Make sure all your other settings are set to what the guide says. If it fails (Error or BSOD), up the voltage by one notch. Attempt to run 12 hours of Prime95 again. If it fails, do the same thing. One notch up until you pass 12 hours.
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+ Auto can result in basically anything. That is why on +0.005, you can get WHEA error or BSOD because it uses less vcore than + Auto. Change vcore to manual vcore. Test using this and then at the end, we will switch you over to offset. Make vcore to 1.25 and try to run that for 12 hours. Make sure all your other settings are set to what the guide says. If it fails (Error or BSOD), up the voltage by one notch. Attempt to run 12 hours of Prime95 again. If it fails, do the same thing. One notch up until you pass 12 hours.

Testing now, thanks for the help.

Assuming 1.25V is still stable on manual like it was in auto, would I just use your formula for finding Voffset and apply? Just trying to learn as much as I can about this.
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