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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

Not bad, looks higher than the average of the scores!
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Alright, I have set followed this guide and started testing my 4.2 Ghz OC on Prime Blend Custom. However I do have a few questions:

I mostly followed the guide to the letter but my board is not a Gene(mine is a P8Z77-V) so there is a few things different:

CPU current capability: I set it to 130% because on my bios 140% is marked in red so I assume it is not safe to use.

I couldn't find a single VCCIO setting in my Bios, either in AI Tweaker or Advanced Tab.

Currently Cpu-Z states that my Vcore is 1.344V and my Max Temp according to Core temp are 72-80-77-75C(Cooler is on Qfan Turbo right now, probably should have set it to Manual full RPM since ASUS won't rev up full RPM under 75C) in a 24 C Room.

What should I go about this absurd Voltage/Temperature?

Rig is in Sig, passed 10 min of Prime Blend but that Temperature & Voltage is very concerning, what should I go fix?
Edited by sherlock - 10/1/12 at 6:14pm
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Alright, I have set followed this guide and started testing my 4.2 Ghz OC on Prime Blend Custom. However I do have a few questions:

I mostly followed the guide to the letter but my board is not a Gene(mine is a P8Z77-V) so there is a few things different:

CPU current capability: I set it to 130% because on my bios 140% is marked in red so I assume it is not safe to use.

I couldn't find a single VCCIO setting in my Bios, either in AI Tweaker or Advanced Tab.

Currently Cpu-Z states that my Vcore is 1.344V and my Max Temp according to Core temp are 72-80-77-75C(Cooler is on Qfan Turbo right now, probably should have set it to Manual full RPM since ASUS won't rev up full RPM under 75C) in a 24 C Room.

What should I go about this absurd Voltage/Temperature?

Rig is in Sig, passed 10 min of Prime Blend but that Temperature & Voltage is very concerning, what should I go fix?

Make it 140% because it is safe and it's okay to put it as that. It's what Asus told me to put it at.

Don't worry about VCCIO, it's another thing you don't have to worry about!

First, if you have everything set to the guide, you should be able to get the lowest possible vcore. Now, I will tell you that every chip is different and you may have just gotten the runt. I would probably try to set it to 45x and try to get that stable, if you can't without decent voltages, then I'd give up. If that becomes the case, I would lower OC to 4.2 and call up Intel for a replacement. Just tell them that your chip is posting but it crashes randomly during normal usage or doesn't boot up at all. Say you have replaced the motherboards and used "default BIOS settings" and you have checked RAM individually as well. After that, you should be able to get a replacement from them. Rush service is $25 but it is completely worth it. You do NOT have to use your Tuning Plan warranty (if you have it) for this!
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Make it 140% because it is safe and it's okay to put it as that. It's what Asus told me to put it at.
Don't worry about VCCIO, it's another thing you don't have to worry about!
First, if you have everything set to the guide, you should be able to get the lowest possible vcore. Now, I will tell you that every chip is different and you may have just gotten the runt. I would probably try to set it to 45x and try to get that stable, if you can't without decent voltages, then I'd give up. If that becomes the case, I would lower OC to 4.2 and call up Intel for a replacement. Just tell them that your chip is posting but it crashes randomly during normal usage or doesn't boot up at all. Say you have replaced the motherboards and used "default BIOS settings" and you have checked RAM individually as well. After that, you should be able to get a replacement from them. Rush service is $25 but it is completely worth it. You do NOT have to use your Tuning Plan warranty (if you have it) for this!

Made it 140%, checked everything to make sure I was doing everything stated in the guide(there are a few things you listed as auto that I just don't see in Bios so I assume that's OK), I left everything iGPU at default(auto) and PCH at atuo(neither mentioned in you guide so these I left at the default). CPU Offset you said set that to Auto, but on my board it offered the option for offset to be Positive(+) or Negative (-) I stayed with the default which was Positive(+).

tried 4.5Ghz, no chance, Prime start->1.5V->95C-> me shutting down prime immediately then restart to boot into old Bios settings. Will try to see if there is anything I could do, if all else fails I just have to call up Intel for a replacement.

Note: This Chip might be really volt hungry, running stock(3.8Ghz 4 core) it will go 1.19V in Prime Blend, all oc done with CPU LLC set to Ultra High as stated in the guide.

Edit: This is weird:

Leaving the Bios at stock everything, just raising the multiplier to 42 I get:
Prime 95 Custom Blend running(90% Ram), 4.2 Ghz 4 core.
Voltage 1.248-1.256V, Real Temp Max: 64-71-68-67 (24C room).


First round of Prime Test passed(+15min), Cpu-Z voltage have dropped to 1.24V(with a few fluctuation up to 1.248V), 66-72-71-67C
Edited by sherlock - 10/1/12 at 7:44pm
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Make it 140% because it is safe and it's okay to put it as that. It's what Asus told me to put it at.
Don't worry about VCCIO, it's another thing you don't have to worry about!
First, if you have everything set to the guide, you should be able to get the lowest possible vcore. Now, I will tell you that every chip is different and you may have just gotten the runt. I would probably try to set it to 45x and try to get that stable, if you can't without decent voltages, then I'd give up. If that becomes the case, I would lower OC to 4.2 and call up Intel for a replacement. Just tell them that your chip is posting but it crashes randomly during normal usage or doesn't boot up at all. Say you have replaced the motherboards and used "default BIOS settings" and you have checked RAM individually as well. After that, you should be able to get a replacement from them. Rush service is $25 but it is completely worth it. You do NOT have to use your Tuning Plan warranty (if you have it) for this!

Made it 140%, checked everything to make sure I was doing everything stated in the guide(there are a few things you listed as auto that I just don't see in Bios so I assume that's OK), I left everything iGPU at default(auto) and PCH at atuo(neither mentioned in you guide so these I left at the default). CPU Offset you said set that to Auto, but on my board it offered the option for offset to be Positive(+) or Negative (-) I stayed with the default which was Positive(+).

tried 4.5Ghz, no chance, Prime start->1.5V->95C-> me shutting down prime immediately then restart to boot into old Bios settings. Will try to see if there is anything I could do, if all else fails I just have to call up Intel for a replacement.

Note: This Chip might be really volt hungry, running stock(3.8Ghz 4 core) it will go 1.19V in Prime Blend, all oc done with CPU LLC set to Ultra High as stated in the guide.

Edit: This is weird:

Leaving the Bios at stock everything, just raising the multiplier to 42 I get:
Prime 95 Custom Blend running(90% Ram), 4.2 Ghz 4 core.
Voltage 1.248-1.256V, Real Temp Max: 64-71-68-67 (24C room).


First round of Prime Test passed(+15min), Cpu-Z voltage have dropped to 1.24V(with a few fluctuation up to 1.248V), 66-72-71-67C

I haven't had a case like this before. Can you see if it is reading it wrong? Using Auto tends to produce wrong readings in CPU-Z and normally end up using a whole lot more voltage than necessary.
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I checked Cpu-Z, HWMonitor, HWINFO64(one by one, only opening 1 at a time), all reports a vcore of 1.240-1.248V during Prime 95. RealTemp don't lie and the temperature is significantly lower than when CPU-Z reported a 1.344V.
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I checked Cpu-Z, HWMonitor, HWINFO64(one by one, only opening 1 at a time), all reports a vcore of 1.240-1.248V during Prime 95.

Do you happen to have a voltmeter? I have actually never had this happen.
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Do you happen to have a voltmeter? I have actually never had this happen.

Don't have one.

OK, so i installed Ai Suite II and its probe/system info also agrees with CPU-Z and all other monitoring program I am using(HWInfo64, HW Monitor).

Vcore is in the 1.24-1.256V range while running prime, 1.3V idle/small load, this is confirmed through all monitoring software.

VID is only reported by HWInfo64 and is 1.281 V during Prime


My Prime run was error free for 1 hour before I shut it down.
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Before I start overclocking I need to know what my vcore voltage and CPU VID is and don't know how to obtain that information, is there a specific program to find that out?
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Before I start overclocking I need to know what my vcore voltage and CPU VID is and don't know how to obtain that information, is there a specific program to find that out?

Vcore voltage = CPU-Z

VID = CoreTemp
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