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I've had so many fails - and now I was pointed to this guide biggrin.gif!
Going to give it a whirl now!

+rep to the OP!

EDIT:
On my Z77 Asus sabertooth + i7 3770k i got:
CPU PLL Voltage ► 1.70000
DEFAULT is 1.8 though.
Does that matter at all?

Also is:
Xtreme Tweaking ► Disabled

The same as asus multicore enhancement?

Sorry about that, I went out for a while.

PLL is down to 1.7000 because people don't have problems with that and it lowers temps by a bit so why not.

What are you asking for about the Asus Multicore enhancement? Are you asking to disable it or what?
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no , I haven't changed it, I was just asking if I should or what to do...

Still have everything set to the guide.
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no , I haven't changed it, I was just asking if I should or what to do...

Still have everything set to the guide.

Ok, first find the vcore you want to run at. After that, we will find your offset. tongue.gif
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Hello Everyone

I have a question, I am planning to switch to ROG boards, would changing motherboard will able to lower my CPU vcore somehow?

I have i5 3570k @ 4.5ghz with 1.34v. can full phase motherboards can help lower the vcore slightly?


Thanks in advance!
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Hello Everyone

I have a question, I am planning to switch to ROG boards, would changing motherboard will able to lower my CPU vcore somehow?

I have i5 3570k @ 4.5ghz with 1.34v. can full phase motherboards can help lower the vcore slightly?


Thanks in advance!

Motherboards have an impact towards the overclocking of the CPU but not as much as you'd think. It mostly relies on how good you CPU is. Now, let's say you came from a Biostar motherboard that cost $40 or somewhere there, you will probably get better voltages and better overclockability with a higher-end board. I'd definitely recommend any ROG board and I have a Maximus V Gene and I absolutely love it. What motherboard do you have right now?
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Hello Everyone
I have a question, I am planning to switch to ROG boards, would changing motherboard will able to lower my CPU vcore somehow?
I have i5 3570k @ 4.5ghz with 1.34v. can full phase motherboards can help lower the vcore slightly?
Thanks in advance!

I advise you visit Sin's hardware.com and read this VRM list & the VRM(&Phases), they list all ASUS Z77 board's VRM and rated them against all other boards.

@Swag:

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Hello everyone, I am really greatfull that I found this thread,

i5 3570k

Asus P8Z77M-PRO

Edited by sherlock - 10/8/12 at 11:05pm
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Sorry about that, I went out for a while.
PLL is down to 1.7000 because people don't have problems with that and it lowers temps by a bit so why not.
What are you asking for about the Asus Multicore enhancement? Are you asking to disable it or what?

Indeed bro - I'm wondering if I should have it disabled or not.
So far: 9hrs on 4.2ghz

EDIT:
Now on 11hrs
Will have to stop at 12, due to me having to leave my PC for a day

12hrs - passed & stopped - I'll try going to 4.5 in several days:


Edited by Totally Dubbed - 10/9/12 at 3:26am
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Sorry about that, I went out for a while.
PLL is down to 1.7000 because people don't have problems with that and it lowers temps by a bit so why not.
What are you asking for about the Asus Multicore enhancement? Are you asking to disable it or what?

Indeed bro - I'm wondering if I should have it disabled or not.
So far: 9hrs on 4.2ghz

EDIT:
Now on 11hrs
Will have to stop at 12, due to me having to leave my PC for a day

12hrs - passed & stopped - I'll try going to 4.5 in several days:


Disable that. It seems you know what you're doing so just make sure you test using manual vcore. We will switch you over to offset once we're done!
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Disable that. It seems you know what you're doing so just make sure you test using manual vcore. We will switch you over to offset once we're done!

haha - I'm pretty sure I don't know what I'm doing - thus why I'm here tongue.gif!
I'm currently on AUTO offset.
However you suggest i go for manual vcore - what would be a good starting point?
My presumption is around 1.25-1.28v

And OK - I'll disable it - I'll take a note of what it does, and list it here.
I think from memory:
With it enabled, it uses max settings of xmp etc
With it disabled, it uses manual settings.

Something around those lines.

ah ha!
Found some info on it:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6214/multicore-enhancement-the-debate-about-free-mhz

Surely, if I'm OC'ing it doesn't even come to play right?
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 10/9/12 at 11:32am
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I advise you visit Sin's hardware.com and read this VRM list & the VRM(&Phases), they list all ASUS Z77 board's VRM and rated them against all other boards.

Thanks Sherlock for the link, but i dont think my motherboard is on the list.

@ Swag

Yes my motherboard is ASUS z77 M-PRO. I dont know before My pc is stable 10hrs of prime95 blend, but BF3 is crashing instantly. I think its the stability of motherboard?

And yeah I am planning to change to Maximus V gene also.
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