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What motherboard do you have? Your manual might have more information on how to do it, although some may not have the ability to save to a USB flash drive (Asus and Gigabyte I know can).

You might be able to. It's strange, I have replaced a few CPUs on the same motherboard but never bothered to check the BIOS if the previous saved profile was carried over. redface.gif

You will not have to reinstall your OS. It will simply detect the new CPU, install the needed drivers, and then ask you to restart. smile.gif
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This is why it is important for you to not just jump on OCN and ask questions without a complete profile. You are lucky some are responding. I would advise you to complete a profile with your "rig" specs. You will see many more answers will come to you. Just a suggestion bro. You will get so much more here tongue.gif
 
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I passed 12 hour Prime95 @ 4.4 with vcore set to 1.22 manually.
I'm now 6 hours in to another test with the voltage set to 1.20 and it's stable so far. How much lower can people usually go at 4.4?
Edited by n1ksthlm - 11/17/12 at 1:28am
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I passed 12 hour Prime95 @ 4.4 with vcore set to 1.22 manually.
I'm now 6 hours in to another test with the voltage set to 1.20 and it's stable so far. How much lower can people usually go at 4.4?

That's very good news. Well you can go low, in fact to the 1.15 territory, but I doubt it will work.
Out of interest, what settings do you have on prime?
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About a few months ago Swag help me oc my i5-3570k to 4.5 mhz and it's been awesome. I have an opportunity to get and i7-3770K, my question is- would I be able to leave my BIOS settings as they are and replace the CPUs and then adjust the voltage to see where the new CPU will be stable.

When you say replace the cpu...do you mean another cpu all together, or a replacement i7?
My suggestion, is you can save the oc in your bios, however as every chip is different I highly suggest checking that oc is stable on the new chip (if it is a i7)
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That's very good news. Well you can go low, in fact to the 1.15 territory, but I doubt it will work.
Out of interest, what settings do you have on prime?

Hi again! I ran it on blend out of the box, nothing fancy.
Passed 1.20 overnight aswell so now it's stressing at 1.195 with max temps at 74c.. Getting there, yeah?
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Hi again! I ran it on blend out of the box, nothing fancy.
Passed 1.20 overnight aswell so now it's stressing at 1.195 with max temps at 74c.. Getting there, yeah?

sounds good - do check two options in advanced:
SUM & round off checking

^that's for the RAM if anything.
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Oh, i had round off checking checked for this last test but not SUM inputs error. I enabled it now though.

edit: At this point i just keep decreasing the voltage then until it's perfect? Also my CPU PLL voltage is at 1.5 (default was 1.8) and i haven't noticed any difference really, is there a point in fiddling with that setting further?
Edited by n1ksthlm - 11/17/12 at 6:58am
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Oh, i had round off checking checked for this last test but not SUM inputs error. I enabled it now though.

for the ram IF ANYTHING smile.gif
So the OC is going well - I'm impressed how low you can get your vcore!!

I suggest going fora custom blend btw, so that you can get the ram to be tested as well.

EDIT - like so - 90% of ur ram being tested too:

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