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Help me overclock my 3570k :)

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Ok so I'm very new to the overclocking world, and I am in need of some help! these are my specs:

Motherboard : ASUS - p8z77-v lx
Cpu : Intel - 3570k
GPU: Asus - Nvidia gtx560TI
PSU: - EXC2treme - 625w
HDD - 1x OCZ Agility 4 sata III 128gb SSD - 2 x 500gb HDDS

Cooling - Standard case that consists of 3 fans, one at the front, top and back. The case is a few years old, I just recently purchased a new front fan.

CPU Cooler - Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO

If someone could help me, this would be much appreciated!
post #2 of 13
I'm new to Intel overclocking myself, but I can tell you what I did. I went into the BIOS, disabled turbo, and increased the multiplier to x45. I left everything else alone. I'm 4+ hour prime95 stable. Obviously, YMMV. thumb.gif
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Depends on your target clock, to be honest I'm not sure you can go very far with the Evo, this things run really hot when push voltage up, my advice is to go with a multiplier of 45 and leave everything on auto and test that, from what If seen with mine and from others this chip overclocks to 4.5ghz very easily unless you get very unlucky, but above that voltage can make the temperature way to high.

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Depends on your target clock, to be honest I'm not sure you can go very far with the Evo, this things run really hot when push voltage up, my advice is to go with a multiplier of 45 and leave everything on auto and test that, from what If seen with mine and from others this chip overclocks to 4.5ghz very easily unless you get very unlucky, but above that voltage can make the temperature way to high.

thats more than enough for me haha smile.gif
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this is for the 2500/2600/2700?

Ok guys so If someone could run me threw this process set by set, I will be in ur debt foreva tongue.gif
Like I said I am VERY new to overclocking, as in.. i've never done it before, i have the p8z77v-lx asus MB, so I know the bios is a little different, I have that turbo option when it first opens up, then I have advanced options. what to do tongue.gif
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this is for the 2500/2600/2700?
Ok guys so If someone could run me threw this process set by set, I will be in ur debt foreva tongue.gif
Like I said I am VERY new to overclocking, as in.. i've never done it before, i have the p8z77v-lx asus MB, so I know the bios is a little different, I have that turbo option when it first opens up, then I have advanced options. what to do tongue.gif

Just look for an option that says Ratio, there should be on 34 then change it to 45, 

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Just look for an option that says Ratio, there should be on 34 then change it to 45, 

will i need to do anything with the "lower, normal, turbo" settings, and what about voltage?
post #9 of 13
I think you basically just need to turn the multiplier up a little, then if it becomes unstable add one step of voltage over and over until it becomes stable again. While keeping an eye on the temperature of coarse.

Try not to go over 100C or so.
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post #10 of 13
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I have no idea what voltage to set it to, and if it doesnt work, will my pc just not boot? what should i except if it doesnt work

i watched this guide

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vetYANKn_aw

its a slightly dfifferent Mb than mine, but he changes way more than just multipliers and voltage
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