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I'm using a 3570K and I know that the 3770K will generally clock better/lower voltage etc.

My chip seems fairly good however, or at least not below average. I can do 4.2 using 1.150V no problem. I suspect I can do more on the same voltage I just haven't pushed it yet to see how high it will go before I have to increase the voltage.

Nagle has 4.5 @ 1.23V I think. I suspect I might need a tiny bit more than that to get 4.5, but probably not much. I'm more concerned about the temperatures going through the roof as I up the voltage than hitting the voltage ceiling of 1.4-1.5V. Hopefully I can bring the temps down a bit by reducing PLL, which is still set at 1.8V.

I haven't really tried pushing the settings at all yet. I've just been playing around to familiarise myself with the BIOS etc.

As long as you keep temps below 80ish
My temps do 77 maximum (Prime 95 ver 27.2, AVX instructions use, heats it up more)
my 3570k needs a bit of juice to do 4.5 regularily
I use 1.2950 100% vdoop and only EIST enabled
PLL of 1.5500

I also make sure NO WHEA errors period in administrative tools under "warnings"

If you have WHEA errors the cpu voltage is to low

Lots of people never check and are running WHEA errors but reporting low v cores(looks good only)
Edited by Tyreman - 1/17/13 at 7:53am
post #1692 of 3634
Hey

I have a SSD and a hard drive on my Mpower
But it only recognise my SSD which my operative system is on... What is wrong, why doesn't i find the other hard drive?
post #1693 of 3634
Ressel, have you tried diffrent SATA plugs to see if you get the same results? Also, make sure that its not an OS issue. go to Computer Management/disk management/ and see if the OS recognizes it. Sometime I have to manually input the drive letter.

ACallendar, have you tried OCing in the Overclock Genii/ Overclcok settings?


your OC should stick in that screen opnce its been set in the My OC Genii
Edited by Blatsz32 - 1/17/13 at 9:10am
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post #1694 of 3634
I cant find the disk in windows either..
post #1695 of 3634
Thanks for the advice guys.

One last thing. If I make a change that causes the machine to fail during POST, or in some other way stops me from getting back into the BIOS, what do I need to do? Can I use the clear CMOS button on the back of the case, or do I need to short the jumpers on the motherboard? I'd prefer to use the button, because as best as I recall, the CMOS jumpers are blocked by one of my GFX cards and I'd rather not have to take it out whenever I want to overclock.
Edited by TheDoctor46 - 1/17/13 at 10:20am
post #1696 of 3634
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Thanks for the advice guys.

One last thing. If I make a change that causes the machine to fail during POST, or in some other way stops me from getting back into the BIOS, what do I need to do? Can I use the clear CMOS button on the back of the case, or do I need to short the jumpers on the motherboard? I'd prefer to use the button, because as best as I recall, the CMOS jumpers are blocked by one of my GFX cards and I'd rather not have to take it out whenever I want to overclock.


Never tried that button so maybe-+ or take out battery but its probably under a vid card?

machine may even request on screen boot failure and then enter F1 to do settings
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post #1698 of 3634
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Originally Posted by resell4 View Post

Hey

I have a SSD and a hard drive on my Mpower
But it only recognise my SSD which my operative system is on... What is wrong, why doesn't i find the other hard drive?

Does the drive show in Windows>device manager?
Nothing in Bios>Settings>Boot Priorities for hard disks?

Or is Sata cable defective? Tried another Sata cable?
Edited by Tyreman - 1/17/13 at 10:55am
post #1699 of 3634
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Does the drive show in Windows>device manager?
Nothing in Bios>Settings>Boot Priorities for hard disks?

Or is Sata cable defective? Tried another Sata cable?

Yeah I'm going to say the same.

If the device is showing in the device manager then it's seeing it and so it's not defective.

You know that the drive won't be recognised as a storage location until it's been formatted right? *I think* if you type "format" in the start bar you can format it from there very simply.
post #1700 of 3634
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Yeah I'm going to say the same.

If the device is showing in the device manager then it's seeing it and so it's not defective.

You know that the drive won't be recognised as a storage location until it's been formatted right? *I think* if you type "format" in the start bar you can format it from there very simply.

Yes
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