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Finally got my MPower installed in my new rig! Happy to be a new owner smile.gif haven't had time to do an fresh install yet but man does she look awesome!

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Anyone have a beta bios that will allow the multiplier to change with the L1 stepping 3570K's?

I am stuck at 34x100 with no ability to change the multiplier.

try hitting the +/- buttons?
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Hi All,

Having a little trouble overclocking on the Mpower since i changed to air cooling again(Upgrading my custom loop so decided to go air cooling in the meantime). I can't seem to get the i7-3770k stable at 4.6ghz on the Hyper 212 evo. I tried setting the voltage at 1.35V and manged to finish Cinebench run with score of 9.44.

Tried running Prime95 and worker stops immediately. Also ran Intel Burn Test at maximum preset and immediately stopped it when i reached temperatures in the 100 degree centigrade mark.

And to add,is a stable Cinebench run a good indicator that your system will be stable in games?.

A little help in terms of voltage and other settings will be much appreciated.Thanks.

My new specs for my build are as follows,and i will update my signature accordingly;

Intel Core i7-3770k
CM Hyper 212 Evo
MSI Mpower z77 motheboard
16 GB G.Skill Ripjaws X @2200Mhz OC
Corsair TX 850 PSU
GTX 670 SLI
Corsair Obsidian 800D
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1 Tb storage hdd
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Edit: Advice on a good way to mount fans in 800D to optimize for air cooling.
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post #2684 of 3634
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Originally Posted by 636cc of fury View Post

Anyone have a beta bios that will allow the multiplier to change with the L1 stepping 3570K's?

I am stuck at 34x100 with no ability to change the multiplier.

Maybey here? http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=163872.0
No idea if it fix your problem though.
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post #2685 of 3634
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Hi All,

Having a little trouble overclocking on the Mpower since i changed to air cooling again(Upgrading my custom loop so decided to go air cooling in the meantime). I can't seem to get the i7-3770k stable at 4.6ghz on the Hyper 212 evo. I tried setting the voltage at 1.35V and manged to finish Cinebench run with score of 9.44.

Tried running Prime95 and worker stops immediately. Also ran Intel Burn Test at maximum preset and immediately stopped it when i reached temperatures in the 100 degree centigrade mark.

And to add,is a stable Cinebench run a good indicator that your system will be stable in games?.

A little help in terms of voltage and other settings will be much appreciated.Thanks.

My new specs for my build are as follows,and i will update my signature accordingly;

Intel Core i7-3770k
CM Hyper 212 Evo
MSI Mpower z77 motheboard
16 GB G.Skill Ripjaws X @2200Mhz OC
Corsair TX 850 PSU
GTX 670 SLI
Corsair Obsidian 800D
256GB Crucial M4 SDD
1 Tb storage hdd
NZXT Hue lighting


Edit: Advice on a good way to mount fans in 800D to optimize for air cooling.

I know when I had my 3570K at 1.26v with AS5 and 212 EVO i was getting close to 90c under small fft on Prime95. Ambient temp in room was fairly high 80F ish. Also Ivy Bridge are very temp sensitive. 1.35v should (in my opinion) only be done under water, unless you have a very good air cooler like Noctua NH-D14. I've been lucky enough to run 4.5Ghz @ 1.2v on my new 3770K so temps reach high 70's/ low 80's under Prime95 but during normal use it never goes above 55-58c.I dont have the 800D case but Push/Pull is what i've been using on my 212 EVO but i've also read that it doesn't really make that much of a difference.

If you have the room I bought this guy from Newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835220056 its 140mm but has the mounting holes for 120mm. At MAX RPM it pushes 171 CFM...only problem is that it is LOUD (43.5 dBa LOL)...i'm not very sensitive to the noise so it doesn't bother me...but it probably bothers most. Or these new Noctua fans http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608034 if you have 140mm mounting holes.

Hope this helps.
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I know when I had my 3570K at 1.26v with AS5 and 212 EVO i was getting close to 90c under small fft on Prime95. Ambient temp in room was fairly high 80F ish. Also Ivy Bridge are very temp sensitive. 1.35v should (in my opinion) only be done under water, unless you have a very good air cooler like Noctua NH-D14. I've been lucky enough to run 4.5Ghz @ 1.2v on my new 3770K so temps reach high 70's/ low 80's under Prime95 but during normal use it never goes above 55-58c.I dont have the 800D case but Push/Pull is what i've been using on my 212 EVO but i've also read that it doesn't really make that much of a difference.

If you have the room I bought this guy from Newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835220056 its 140mm but has the mounting holes for 120mm. At MAX RPM it pushes 171 CFM...only problem is that it is LOUD (43.5 dBa LOL)...i'm not very sensitive to the noise so it doesn't bother me...but it probably bothers most. Or these new Noctua fans http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608034 if you have 140mm mounting holes.

Hope this helps.
Hey man,
Thanks for the help. I discovered that my memory overclock was unstable.I'm now currently running 4.624ghz @1.312v and ram @1866MHz and max temps while prime is running are ~low 70's but max temp on one core reported 81 degrees after running prime for an hour. I've come to discover that since all chips are different,some will require more voltage to reach a stable overclock. So far so good and will consider purchasing that fan.

Thanks a lot for the help!
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Hey man,
Thanks for the help. I discovered that my memory overclock was unstable.I'm now currently running 4.624ghz @1.312v and ram @1866MHz and max temps while prime is running are ~low 70's but max temp on one core reported 81 degrees after running prime for an hour. I've come to discover that since all chips are different,some will require more voltage to reach a stable overclock. So far so good and will consider purchasing that fan.

Thanks a lot for the help!

I was gona suggest to run the memos at stock or lower clock, anyways, good thing you found the problem.
    
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When you clear the cmos, unplug the power from the power supply. When the computer is off and no power is going to the motherboard, hold the power button on the case to release the charge from the capasitors. Then wait like 10 minutes and retry
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Hey man,
Thanks for the help. I discovered that my memory overclock was unstable.I'm now currently running 4.624ghz @1.312v and ram @1866MHz and max temps while prime is running are ~low 70's but max temp on one core reported 81 degrees after running prime for an hour. I've come to discover that since all chips are different,some will require more voltage to reach a stable overclock. So far so good and will consider purchasing that fan.

Thanks a lot for the help!

No problem! I'm glad I could help! thumb.gif
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Guys,

Sometimes when I turn my PC on, it runs for maybe like 30sec and my computer turns off, and turns back on again. As if my overcock is unstable and it's failing to post and restarting on default settings. Thing is, my overclock is perfectly stable and I run it 24/7. 

This happen to anyone else? Anyone know why it'd do this?
Well it use to be the sign of instability, what kind of test did you do to get it stable?
Could be unstable BIOS.

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Originally Posted by viwe649 View Post

Hi All,

Having a little trouble overclocking on the Mpower since i changed to air cooling again(Upgrading my custom loop so decided to go air cooling in the meantime). I can't seem to get the i7-3770k stable at 4.6ghz on the Hyper 212 evo. I tried setting the voltage at 1.35V and manged to finish Cinebench run with score of 9.44.

Tried running Prime95 and worker stops immediately. Also ran Intel Burn Test at maximum preset and immediately stopped it when i reached temperatures in the 100 degree centigrade mark.

And to add,is a stable Cinebench run a good indicator that your system will be stable in games?.

A little help in terms of voltage and other settings will be much appreciated.Thanks.
If you manage to finish CINEBENCH R11.5 CPU test then I say it is quite good smile.gif
I only test my 3570K 4.7GHz 1.30 Volt with CINEBENCH, Vantage CPU test, 3DMark2011 CPU test and 3DMark 2013 CPU test also Hyperpi32M, never BSOD or freeze but sometimes while gaming it crash to desktop (RE6 and Dead Island Riptide) so I just added 0.01 Volt from 1.30 to 1.31 Volt and result is never crash again while gaming smile.gif
I guess you only need set Vdroop Control to 100%, Vcore and change CPU Adjust Ratio to 46 smile.gifTurn off Intel Turbo boost (EIST may also be disabled) but turn on C1E so when idle your procie can still downclock for energy-saver.
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