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post #11 of 22
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I meant varies as in it's not locked to a certain value. Can anyone suggest a voltage?

Unless I turn on advanced turbo and set off prime then watch the voltage to see where it sits? How much higher would I go from where it sits at?
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post #12 of 22
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voltage varies as in?

I think he means it adjusts itself accordingly to the load.. Which the BIOS can sometimes not give enough therefore causing a BSOD.
Yes?
 
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post #13 of 22
Start at 1.3V, but that might not be enough to be stable at 4.7 Ghz. If it's not, work your way slowly up from there.
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post #14 of 22
Interesting thread. Did you guys actually even thought of that fact that a Pro3 isn't the best OC"ing motherboard out there. Seeing it's VRM zone, I wouldn't be OC'ing it to those high frequencies at all and also the fact that it's a budget board and paring it up with a 3770K really didn't make much sense.

BSOD's casued due to an unstable overclock basically due to the fact that the motherboard just really isn't powerful enough. And an unstable OC can't be stabilized with adding more volts (speaking in relation to the Pro3).
post #15 of 22
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I think he means it adjusts itself accordingly to the load.. Which the BIOS can sometimes not give enough therefore causing a BSOD.
Yes?

just meant the range it varies, by watching cpuz or something similar.
     
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BSOD's casued due to an unstable overclock basically due to the fact that the motherboard just really isn't powerful enough. And an unstable OC can't be stabilized with adding more volts (speaking in relation to the Pro3).

From my experience, adding more volts will stabilize a overclock. O.o *scratches head*
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post #17 of 22
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From my experience, adding more volts will stabilize a overclock. O.o *scratches head*

Yes that's correct, but look at what motherboard you're overclocking with.
post #18 of 22
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Originally Posted by MikeP1990 View Post

Actually, CPU sits at around 60-80c when priming at 100% @ 4.7GHz

Are those readings from "coretemp" or "real temp.
Of a other 3de party program.
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post #19 of 22
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Hello all!

Thank you so much for your inputs.

I must say I'm a little pissed that my local PC shop lied to me saying the pro3 is a great mobo to use, maybe it is in a non-OC environment.

I'm finding those temps using core temps.

Can anyone suggest a good board to use that would pair well with the 3770K?

Thanks in advance!
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post #20 of 22
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Hello all!
Thank you so much for your inputs.
I must say I'm a little pissed that my local PC shop lied to me saying the pro3 is a great mobo to use, maybe it is in a non-OC environment.
I'm finding those temps using core temps.
Can anyone suggest a good board to use that would pair well with the 3770K?
Thanks in advance!

Mention your budget man.
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