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ok, thx, and how do i do that?

In the bios, open the list of Nick shih profiles, select one you want, and test it, I recommend trying them in order from lower OC to higher, some of the high OC will put out some crazy heat.

The profiles included I think will be a great help in getting you on the right track to tweaking your own overclock as well.

Some of the other voltages aside from CPU voltage are for the most part right on the money.
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thx, yo been very helpful, one last question, what should the max temps be for this chip under load, from prime?
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anyone had their BIOS just decide to drop their settings for no good reason?
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Once or twice. Save your profiles.
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Originally Posted by Jurgennoppe View Post

thx, yo been very helpful, one last question, what should the max temps be for this chip under load, from prime?

I try to stay under 95C for IBT, and under 85C for PRime95.

You could go higher when stressing because your cpu really wont ever get that hot again.
Edited by Xinoxide - 3/22/13 at 5:08am
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In the bios, open the list of Nick shih profiles, select one you want, and test it, I recommend trying them in order from lower OC to higher, some of the high OC will put out some crazy heat.

The profiles included I think will be a great help in getting you on the right track to tweaking your own overclock as well.

Some of the other voltages aside from CPU voltage are for the most part right on the money.

just do as what xinoxide said, as slowly adjust ya voltages down slowly, from what i see the default nick shih profiles tend too pump a lot of voltages.... the rest is all abt tweaking... and most important have fun...
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i'm a complete noob, i wanna get too 4.5 ghz, i havent done so yet, so i dont know what voltage he chooses for that, but what would an acceptablke voltage be there, and how do i manually adjust it to that?
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i'm a complete noob, i wanna get too 4.5 ghz, i havent done so yet, so i dont know what voltage he chooses for that, but what would an acceptablke voltage be there, and how do i manually adjust it to that?

if I remember his profile sets it to 1.200v for 4.5Ghz.

in the BIOS go to cpu vcore, set it to fixed and pick from the menu. if you use his it will set everything for you.
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and in your exp, is 1.2 a safe voltage?

also isnt it better to let the cpu go to 1600mhz when not used? and if you agree, how do i do that?
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ok, just tried nick shih 4.5ghz profile,it boots, but 5-10 secs into prime 95, i get a reboot and bsod....
What now?

The temps weren't that high for the secs it was running, did it reboot because it didn't have enough voltage with the 1.20v? Or sth else?
Edited by Jurgennoppe - 3/23/13 at 9:08am
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why dont u try something lower first.... like 4.2 first...
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