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We are lucky we didn't get utterly destroyed to be honest.
We play guys out of position, kagawa is not an effective winger, Phil jones can pass and dribble better than the average defender but an effective midfielder he is not. If fergie wants to pack the midfield like that he should take out Jones and put in Anderson.

Okay back to Ivy and ASUS related issues smile.gif
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RVP did his job, the rest of the team didn't. Fergie's just messin around right now though.
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Re: Ivy Bridge Overclocking Guide

Delidded 3570k at 4.8 with 1.45 on vcore and llc at 75% bringing vcore to 1.475v on asrock z77 itx. Is this too much. Temps are under 75c using water.

Does this seem OK as far as voltage goes?
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Delidded 3570k at 4.8 with 1.45 on vcore and llc at 75% bringing vcore to 1.475v on asrock z77 itx. Is this too much. Temps are under 75c using water.

Does this seem OK as far as voltage goes?
What's you're voltage at 4.7ghz? Nobody knows max voltage without degradation, Intel won't give us definitive answers either. I'd try to keep it under 1.45v unless you don't mind possibly facing degradation.
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Re: Ivy Bridge Overclocking Guide

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Originally Posted by davwman View Post

Delidded 3570k at 4.8 with 1.45 on vcore and llc at 75% bringing vcore to 1.475v on asrock z77 itx. Is this too much. Temps are under 75c using water.

Does this seem OK as far as voltage goes?
What's you're voltage at 4.7ghz? Nobody knows max voltage without degradation, Intel won't give us definitive answers either. I'd try to keep it under 1.45v unless you don't mind possibly facing degradation.

4.7ghz is 1.41v
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Re: Ivy Bridge Overclocking Guide

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Originally Posted by davwman View Post

Delidded 3570k at 4.8 with 1.45 on vcore and llc at 75% bringing vcore to 1.475v on asrock z77 itx. Is this too much. Temps are under 75c using water.

Does this seem OK as far as voltage goes?
What's you're voltage at 4.7ghz? Nobody knows max voltage without degradation, Intel won't give us definitive answers either. I'd try to keep it under 1.45v unless you don't mind possibly facing degradation.

Looks like 4.7 is going to be my max. Just failed another prime run at 4.8 with 1.475v under load. Probably going to need 1.5v for 4.8 and beyond. 4.7 is good for an it build. Now to get the Samsung ram cranking. Already am at 2000mhz
post #2227 of 6970
Hi, first of what a great guide you put together. Big thank you!
I have been fiddling around with my 3570K and have found a solid setup for 4.5GHz (45x 100)with offset settings at +0.1, which bothers me a bit as everyone seems to be able to get a stable setup at around 0.05 max. In my case anything lower than 0.08 gives me BSOD. At 0.095 the setup seems stable however after running Prime 95 overnight (8 hours) one of the cores after two hours always gets fatal error ( Resulting Sum was something, expected something else) remaining three continue with no issues. At the moment I am stressing the CPU with +0.1 offset and so far after almost 4 hours no errors what's so ever. My VID is 1.2610 and the highest Core voltage is 1.304 which should mean that an offset of 0.045 should be sufficient but it just isn't. At idle states the core voltage drops to 1.05ish. My PPL setting is at 75%. I have an Asus P8Z77-I deluxe MB. Temps are fine after 4 hours only one core broke 90deg. (84, 94, 90, 88), these are spikes in average the temperatures are low 80s during the test. I have been using the computer with 0.095 offset yesterday without issues with temperatures not exceeding 75deg. But I want to be sure it's stable. What do you guys think? am I doing something wrong or is it just a not that good copy of CPU? I was able to get 4.5GHz at 1.29 relatively stable. Haven't tested it for very long though only 5-6 hours with no issues.
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Hi, first of what a great guide you put together. Big thank you!
I have been fiddling around with my 3570K and have found a solid setup for 4.5GHz (45x 100)with offset settings at +0.1, which bothers me a bit as everyone seems to be able to get a stable setup at around 0.05 max. In my case anything lower than 0.08 gives me BSOD. At 0.095 the setup seems stable however after running Prime 95 overnight (8 hours) one of the cores after two hours always gets fatal error ( Resulting Sum was something, expected something else) remaining three continue with no issues. At the moment I am stressing the CPU with +0.1 offset and so far after almost 4 hours no errors what's so ever. My VID is 1.2610 and the highest Core voltage is 1.304 which should mean that an offset of 0.045 should be sufficient but it just isn't. At idle states the core voltage drops to 1.05ish. My PPL setting is at 75%. I have an Asus P8Z77-I deluxe MB. Temps are fine after 4 hours only one core broke 90deg. (84, 94, 90, 88), these are spikes in average the temperatures are low 80s during the test. I have been using the computer with 0.095 offset yesterday without issues with temperatures not exceeding 75deg. But I want to be sure it's stable. What do you guys think? am I doing something wrong or is it just a not that good copy of CPU? I was able to get 4.5GHz at 1.29 relatively stable. Haven't tested it for very long though only 5-6 hours with no issues.

You don't start OCing with offset, you start it with manual and then end it with offset.
That's probably why you have a high offset, as you have no idea of the right offset you need.
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My bad. I thought I mentioned that the 4.5GHz at 1.29 was on manual mode but I clearly omitted that piece of info. What do you suggest now?

Edit: just to clarify. In manual mode the vCore was 1.320 and VID at 1.2610
Edited by Fateman - 1/22/13 at 10:43am
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My bad. I thought I mentioned that the 4.5GHz at 1.29 was on manual mode but I clearly omitted that piece of info. What do you suggest now?

Edit: just to clarify. In manual mode the vCore was 1.320 and VID at 1.2610

ok after being on manual did you then take the procedures in going to offset, by calculating it?
As for your LLC, have you tried reducing it to 50%?

Finally, were you 8-12hrs stable on prime on manual?
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