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Hi there

After getting help on sorting my air flow in my case my CPU temps have dropped for stock clocks but when I attempted a 4.5GHz overclock with 1.25Vcore or 1.30Vcore, my temps would get up to 90c at 100% load then windows would BSOD (only once has it simply shut itself down). I'm not really all that great with overclocking these chips (let alone on an UEFI BIOS - I was quite overwhelmed, maybe I'm just used to seeing blue and white BIOS screens instead of full GUI interfaces with a cursor) and I've only ever overclocked my Q6600 which could only get up to 3GHz stable.

I was wondering if anyone could help me get an overclock working on my rig, I would love to get at least 4.5GHz out of this but if I can't then anything above 4 would also be acceptable.

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Every chip is different, mine requires 1.240v for 4.5 yet some can get away with 1.2 even less, but crashing at 4.5 with 1.3v and only 90C, thats weird. I've tested mine at 5ghz I saw 103 degrees it still didnt crash or BSOD. Do you have anything else overclocked? and how do you test it for stability? burn test, prime95 etc
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That's really bloody hot for a 3570 with a NH-D14.. it could possibly be the voltage threshold. Ivy bridge temperatures are more closely correlated with voltage than with actual temperatures. See the max clock speed you can get with 1.20-1.22v.

Are you sure your voltages aren't peaking higher than the 1.25 or 1.30v at load? For example aggressive LLC would increase your load voltage.
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Every chip is different, mine requires 1.240v for 4.5 yet some can get away with 1.2 even less, but crashing at 4.5 with 1.3v and only 90C, thats weird. I've tested mine at 5ghz I saw 103 degrees it still didnt crash or BSOD. Do you have anything else overclocked? and how do you test it for stability? burn test, prime95 etc
Nothing else in my system is overclocked. I used Intel Burn Test (on Maximum) to test it and it would always BSOD within the first 5 minutes with CoreTemp showing almost 90c
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Nothing else in my system is overclocked. I used Intel Burn Test (on Maximum) to test it and it would always BSOD within the first 5 minutes with CoreTemp showing almost 90c

Use prime 95 or OCCT. Intel burn test is notorious for turning ivy bridge CPUs into a blazing inferno. If you used the noctua NH-T1 TIM with the pea method AND YOU DIDN'T CHECK TO MAKE SURE THE TIME WAS SPREAD OUT, then you should be seeing temps of around 80 on prime 95.

Also, try to drop your PLL voltage down to 1.5-1.6 and make sure your dram voltage is at 1.5 . Finally make sure you set your LLC to extreme or ultra high to reduce vdroop.
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Use prime 95 or OCCT. Intel burn test is notorious for turning ivy bridge CPUs into a blazing inferno. If you used the noctua NH-T1 TIM with the pea method AND YOU DIDN'T CHECK TO MAKE SURE THE TIME WAS SPREAD OUT, then you should be seeing temps of around 80 on prime 95.
Also, try to drop your PLL voltage down to 1.5-1.6 and make sure your dram voltage is at 1.5 . Finally make sure you set your LLC to extreme or ultra high to reduce vdroop.
Using Prime 95 (Blend) now and so far so good, 4.5GHz @ 1.26Vcore with PPL at 1.55 and dram voltage at 1.5 and there's no BSOD (yet) or blazing infernos, the temps are peaked 69c, 77c, 73c, 71c. Core 1 always seems to be hotter than the other 3 is that normal? I'm not worried about it just curious.

If this goes all right I will be pushing it a bit more. So why does Intel Burn Test simply melt Ivy bridge CPUs ?
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Temp differences across cores is normal. Everyone seems to experience this.
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Temp differences across cores is normal. Everyone seems to experience this.
I was always under the impression that if the cores had drastic temp differences between them then either there wasn't enough thermal paste or the cooler isn't seated properly but that could have just been for the old Core 2 Quads, technology has advanced a lot since then doh.gif

So far the CPU has survived the self-test 1024k.
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Most see higher temps on their middle two cores. I do.
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I just got one generic hardware error BSOD and just now I got a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD, so what would you recommend I do now? up the Vcore some more?
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