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Thanks for the guide!
Right now im getting 4.5Ghz at 1.235 vcore and stable with pretty decent temps.
When I try higher overclocks my programs start crashing but I dont get BSODs. Just "an error occurred".

Those errors indicate unstable OC. tongue.gif
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I just wanted to report back. with my last setup it past the 12 hour prime 95 test smile.gif

I also got some new info about my MB Today, I found a new update for the bios which included improved overclocking functions. The biggest functions that where added are - Clock Speed Spectrum (Enabled or Disabled) - Offset Mode (now has a negative setting) - CPU Vcore Loadline (changed its options) Auto, Disabled, 100% loadline, 75% loadline, 50% loadline, and 25% loadline.

I also found out (from another forums) that With Biostar motherboards running with LoadLine enabled (default) is the same as running with Vdroop fully on and LLC off. When you set Loadline to off it is the same as running with LLC set to 100%

But when I tryed setting my LLC to 100% with my current setup it BSOD before loading OS, but that was also with speed spectrum enabled as well, so I am going to try it with spectrum disabled and see what happens.

Dont have much time tonight (4:30am) to try all of this out so it will have to wait until tomorrow but I will report back with results.

Thanks
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First of all let me say a HUGE thank you to this forum! I just upgraded from a 2600k running at 4.5 24/7 on a sabertooth p67 and 16gb ddr3 vengence 1866 to my new toy. Currently, i built a sabertooth X79 with an I7-3930K clocked at 4.8GHZ 24/7. (I never do sleep mode). I put it in a corsair 650D cooled with an h100. I built one for a client and then one for myself. Memory is 32GB kit ddr3 1866 vengence. I simply changed the mem voltage to manual 1.5, set the cpu coltage to 1.35, ant put the multiplier at 48 and saw what would happen. All i can say is I love it when a plan comes together! Depending on the temp in my office, the cores range from 40C to 51C. Load ~70-80C. It is freaking AWESOME! I am going to try and hit 5GHz and see if it survives. I will post pics and results after.

Again thank you to all posters for making my life easier.
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I just wanted to report back. with my last setup it past the 12 hour prime 95 test smile.gif
I also got some new info about my MB Today, I found a new update for the bios which included improved overclocking functions. The biggest functions that where added are - Clock Speed Spectrum (Enabled or Disabled) - Offset Mode (now has a negative setting) - CPU Vcore Loadline (changed its options) Auto, Disabled, 100% loadline, 75% loadline, 50% loadline, and 25% loadline.
I also found out (from another forums) that With Biostar motherboards running with LoadLine enabled (default) is the same as running with Vdroop fully on and LLC off. When you set Loadline to off it is the same as running with LLC set to 100%
But when I tryed setting my LLC to 100% with my current setup it BSOD before loading OS, but that was also with speed spectrum enabled as well, so I am going to try it with spectrum disabled and see what happens.
Dont have much time tonight (4:30am) to try all of this out so it will have to wait until tomorrow but I will report back with results.
Thanks
Jeff

Speaking of BIOS updates which one should I be interested in for my M5E? Also are there BIOS versions I should avoid?
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I just wanted to report back. with my last setup it past the 12 hour prime 95 test smile.gif

I also got some new info about my MB Today, I found a new update for the bios which included improved overclocking functions. The biggest functions that where added are - Clock Speed Spectrum (Enabled or Disabled) - Offset Mode (now has a negative setting) - CPU Vcore Loadline (changed its options) Auto, Disabled, 100% loadline, 75% loadline, 50% loadline, and 25% loadline.

I also found out (from another forums) that With Biostar motherboards running with LoadLine enabled (default) is the same as running with Vdroop fully on and LLC off. When you set Loadline to off it is the same as running with LLC set to 100%

But when I tryed setting my LLC to 100% with my current setup it BSOD before loading OS, but that was also with speed spectrum enabled as well, so I am going to try it with spectrum disabled and see what happens.

Dont have much time tonight (4:30am) to try all of this out so it will have to wait until tomorrow but I will report back with results.

Thanks
Jeff

Use 75% Loadline. LLC reduces Vdroop and running LLC off means Vdroop is completely enabled. So no to your question if LLC is set to 100%, is it the same as off. With changing LLC, you change the offset value. Change it to 75%LLC and then try different offset values until you can get into BIOS and get your VID again and get a new offset. It changes. tongue.gif

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I just wanted to report back. with my last setup it past the 12 hour prime 95 test smile.gif
I also got some new info about my MB Today, I found a new update for the bios which included improved overclocking functions. The biggest functions that where added are - Clock Speed Spectrum (Enabled or Disabled) - Offset Mode (now has a negative setting) - CPU Vcore Loadline (changed its options) Auto, Disabled, 100% loadline, 75% loadline, 50% loadline, and 25% loadline.
I also found out (from another forums) that With Biostar motherboards running with LoadLine enabled (default) is the same as running with Vdroop fully on and LLC off. When you set Loadline to off it is the same as running with LLC set to 100%
But when I tryed setting my LLC to 100% with my current setup it BSOD before loading OS, but that was also with speed spectrum enabled as well, so I am going to try it with spectrum disabled and see what happens.
Dont have much time tonight (4:30am) to try all of this out so it will have to wait until tomorrow but I will report back with results.
Thanks
Jeff

Speaking of BIOS updates which one should I be interested in for my M5E? Also are there BIOS versions I should avoid?

Just get the most current one, either the first one that says Win8 Compatibility or the one before that. It doesn't really matter which one until they start releasing the new BIOS options which I don't think will happen in our Mobo's currency life time.
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vdroop? how does it work and how can i stop it from happening?
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vdroop? how does it work and how can i stop it from happening?

You don't want to stop it, you want to make the scale better. It decreases voltages proportionately to the clock it's running at. So C1E + Vdroop is the best thing for powersaving. tongue.gif So for 1.6GHz you need 0.90vcore so it goes down to that and when you put load, it goes to 4.5GHz and you need 1.27vcore and it goes up. Vdroop comes in with the "intensity" of the program. So, prime95 is very intensive, so it uses all of it, while gaming may use 4.5GHz. It may only need 1.25vcore to run so it goes down to 1.25. Sometimes, vdroop miscalculates and you need more vcore than what it thinks so you crash, by increasing the LLC, you lower the vdroop curve and make it more stable in terms of different "intensities" of program. I hope this didn't confuse you and cleared it up for you.
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I was finally able to run memtest for about 8hrs and i had no errors. So i dont know why i kept getting those BSOD's. Anyways, here is where im at now 4.5 @ 1.280v. Is this OC ok for everyday use? Thanks for the help, Swag.
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I was finally able to run memtest for about 8hrs and i had no errors. So i dont know why i kept getting those BSOD's. Anyways, here is where im at now 4.5 @ 1.280v. Is this OC ok for everyday use? Thanks for the help, Swag.

Perfect. I think 8 hours is enough for everyday use. 4.5GHz is also probably the most voltage efficient clock for Ivy Bridge.
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Have been doing some 3dmark11 benching and was seeing how far i could push my 3570k, got it at 4.6ghz, 1.28v stable during the benchmark with a max temp on one core at 76c. Got a score of 8577, P6506 overall http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4498026
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