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try to set your cpu core vdroop ofsett to 100%
and the digital compensation level to high

i use the same setings @ 4.4

That will raise your V Core to 1.248V - 1.252V, therefore you can go 4.5 GHz, if you're lucky even 4.6 GHz. I'm trying those settings and is stable in my system. thumb.gifthumb.gif
Edited by mfranco702 - 5/1/13 at 9:17pm
    
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I set the the digital compensation level to high and now the voltage in idle is rock solid at 0.984v, before varied between 0.984v and 1.004v, at load is the same, rock solid with 1.272v at 4.4Ghz, the temps are the same thumb.gif
post #2643 of 3634
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I set the the digital compensation level to high and now the voltage in idle is rock solid at 0.984v, before varied between 0.984v and 1.004v, at load is the same, rock solid with 1.272v at 4.4Ghz, the temps are the same thumb.gif

Im pretty sure you can get it stable at 4.5 Ghz, Digital compesation Level High and Vdroop set to 87.5%, give it a try
    
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I already managed to go up to 4.6GHz stable with 62.5% vdroop, but do not feel any extra fps or speed in games and apps, so we returned to 4.4GHz and I want to make it more stable and economical smile.gif

I posted a little while ago, overclock to 4.6GHz, and performance. It's like a page or 2 ago:
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I got a update on my OC!

I pushed my CPU, with your settings at 4.6GHz with 1.344v is safe to run it 24/7 ?

Here is a Prime 95 With small FFT for 30 minutes+ and is stable like a rock rolleyes.gif

I try to go up to 4.7 will not boot into windows with vdroop 62.5%. I have not tried more than that did not have time maybe on another day I try above but at the moment I am very pleased, and I think that is decent temperatures.

Thanks a lot for your help I began to understand how to do OC with this board thumb.gif

Edited by ShadyGaby - 5/2/13 at 5:23am
post #2645 of 3634
I really considering buying this board. Can you tell me why it's good/bad (prefer long and good explaination)
    
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I really considering buying this board. Can you tell me why it's good/bad (prefer long and good explaination)

Uhmmm... Everything listed in this thread. Haha.

It overclocks great. Once you figure out how to work with the BIOS you can really dial things in. The bios isn't as easy as it comes off. There are more than one way to go about getting to the same thing. Sometimes one tiny setting will lead to BSODs or no downclocking or who knows what. Once you have it figured out though it runs like a dream.

The only bad I have come up on is I wish it had more Sata 6.0 hubs. There's only two. 4 would have been great.

While I am posting, I would like to ask about a few small quirks I have been having with my board. Just recently it has started a few strange bad habits. Sometimes when I boot up, everything will turn on as if its about to boot and then it turns off. The first time it did it I thought it was about to get stuck in a boot loop however it then ramps right back up and boots into windows and runs just fine. The second weird thing is with USB devices, specifically my mouse and keyboard. I have a logitech g600 mouse and sometimes I will come home at night and see that the mouse is on and lit up even though my PC is fully shut down. I have to turn on the computer and shut it back off and then the mouse will turn off. I also have a CMSTORM quickfire TK keyboard and sometimes when I boot up the computer it wont turn on my keyboard. I then use the mouse to restart and upon restart it is working just fine.

Any ideas?
post #2647 of 3634
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It overclocks great. Once you figure out how to work with the BIOS you can really dial things in. The bios isn't as easy as it comes off. There are more than one way to go about getting to the same thing. Sometimes one tiny setting will lead to BSODs or no downclocking or who knows what. Once you have it figured out though it runs like a dream.

Good to hear, but that is what im most concerned about. The BIOS update and all the "you can OC with this board but sometimes it fails" I never OC'ed before and want to try at. That the reason why I ask. But if you say there are many different ways to do it, explain 1 or 2 pls. then I maybe buy it if I can do it as a noob.
    
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Theres many tutorials and ways explained in this thread. I was a noob as well prior to this board, I now am stable at 4.5ghz on my i5 3570k under water running very cool. I love my pc.
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Theres many tutorials and ways explained in this thread. I was a noob as well prior to this board, I now am stable at 4.5ghz on my i5 3570k under water running very cool. I love my pc.

Good to hear. I think I can find it on youtube as well. But im all in for this board now.
    
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I just got a MSI z77 Mpower today paired with my 3770k and MSI GTX 680 lightning smile.gif
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