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post #1871 of 3633
Continuing the attempt at overclocking.

Still at 4.4GHz, trying at 1.265V still gives parity errors in event viewer; Prime of course reports no errors at all.. ever.

Incidentally the voltage reported in CPU-Z is about 1.246/1.254V when BIOS is set at 1.265. Real temp (or core temp I can't remember... whichever one reports the VID stat) reads 1.286 @1.265V) Don't know if both readouts are a load of rubbish or if something is odd there. I'd connect a multimeter to the readouts, but due to the stupid design of this board the ATX connector bends over the readout points in any setup that isn't sitting on a bench.. Why they couldn't have been on the inside of the ATX connector I don't know.

This blatantly isn't going to happen at any sort of workable voltage. How many people here actually check the event viewer when overclocking?

Some of these 4.8GHz, 1.2V overclocks must read like a horror story when you look in there.
Edited by TheDoctor46 - 1/24/13 at 11:01am
post #1872 of 3633
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Originally Posted by Tyreman View Post

Your 3570k may have issues going to 4.5 this way, Auto CPU Volts YMMV

Nagels using a 3770K Chip.

Mine, 3570K goes to 4.3 this way but no higher unless fixed cpu voltage and 100% vdroop
It does work well for Auto Volts max 4.3mhz here YMMV

AND NO WHEA errors in administrative logs

Correction: I'm able to get up to 4.4GHz with 50% CPU core vDroop Offset, Digital Compensation set to High, and CPU Core OCP Expander set to Enhanced. Prime stable for 12 hours, no WHEA errors in Event Viewer, CPU-z showing max voltage of 1.192. My question is this: how safe an overclock is this for 24/7 use? I thought CPU core vDroop Offset control was another name for LLC, but I'm not sure I totally understand what it does, other than supply more voltage under Auto CPU vCore. Will running with these settings degrade the life of my parts any more than running with CPU Core vDroop Offset, Digital Compensation and OCP Expander on default settings? Thanks in advance for all of your wisdom.
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Guys, what's the thing with enabling virtu mvp in the bios? I thought it's a software feature. Also, I seriously want to know what's the difference between i-mode and d-mode? biggrin.gif
post #1874 of 3633
What do you guys think of my 4.7 Ghz over clock on my i53570k using this board?

Its my first "REAL" overclock on this board i had this cpu/board on 4.4 Ghz for its whole life ( 4 months) until now so you do you guys think is it good for the voltage or Should i OC this system further to 5Ghz .

Im using a h100 for cooling with a Haf X as a case rest of Specs in my rig info.
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What do you guys think of my 4.7 Ghz over clock on my i53570k using this board?

Its my first "REAL" overclock on this board i had this cpu/board on 4.4 Ghz for its whole life ( 4 months) until now so you do you guys think is it good for the voltage or Should i OC this system further to 5Ghz .

Im using a h100 for cooling with a Haf X as a case rest of Specs in my rig info.

I'd test it as is, put some load on er & see what happens to the temps. Can't really tell much from idle temps, but guessing it could get pretty warm at 100% load there.
    
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just got my board in and wow its running my 2500k at 5ghz way lower voltage then my old motherboard, old one was a msi p67a-gd43 it need more like 1.500v to run 5ghz now with this board only 1.424v at 5ghz so its a very nice board
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post #1877 of 3633
Hello!
Just got a simple question:
If i put my gtx680 lightning in the second 16x slot (on the Mpower z77), will it perform noticeably worse than if i put it in the top one? (since the manual says only the top is wired at 16x and the rest is wired as 8x or lower)
post #1878 of 3633
Sweet moses, it's looking sexy without those silly covers... biggrin.gif

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Sweet moses, it's looking sexy without those silly covers... biggrin.gif

I have mine naked like that as well. cool.gif



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I have a question regarding the control of the pwm CPU fan. I have the MSI control center program installed and in the green setting tab you can adjust you CPU fan curve. I have a water cooling loop with a pwm controlled pump on the CPU fan header. Its running 100% all the time and doesn't need to be so to save noise, wear and tear, and energy i want it to go down at idle and ramp up with the curve i set. When i set the curve it works perfectly, save the setting, exit. Upon restart its back to 100% again and unless i reapply my curve it stays at 100%. I don't want to have to reset a fan curve every time i restart my PC. What am i missing?

Posted this question earlier and not sure if I missed the reply or what. My Smart Fan Curve settings in control center dont stick for some reason. Am I doing something wrong or does it not stick for everyone? How would I set up these curves in the bios? I have no reason to have my pump running 100% all the time.
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