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Originally Posted by Littlejoe View Post

Well I guess I've hit the top of my chip at 4.7 @ 1.375v. I've been all the way to 1.5 and can't get 4.8 stable. I am using the "turbo" method. Leaving the multiplier on auto and manually changing the voltage. I was hoping to get to 5.0. Just so I could get in the 5.0 club but, oh well. For my 24/7 I leave the cpu and voltage on auto and get to 4.4 stable @ 1.216v stable. Willing to listen to any suggestions on getting to 5.0.

I feel your pain man. What do you mean you are leaving the multiplier on auto? Do you mean turbo boost is on auto? Are you using an offset or fixed voltage? Are all of your other settings on auto? How about your c-states? Post some pics of your BIOS settings so we can help you out.
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Originally Posted by snowfree52 View Post

My CPU goes back to 1600 when not used but V-core stays the same (1,38 for 4,7Ghz)

How do you do to make it idle dows ?

You would need to use offset mode instead of fixed mode for your voltage.
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My CPU goes back to 1600 when not used but V-core stays the same (1,38 for 4,7Ghz)

How do you do to make it idle dows ?
That is offset vs manual voltage, since you have an Asus mobo it is all covered here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Damn so everytime you change the multiplier you have to re-flash the BIOS? That sucks! Be sure to let me know if they come out for a fix. Or is there somewhere that I can check to see if they came out with it?
Sorry, to be clear, no one knows exactly how many changes and/or instability triggers the bug, but it not just one or two. Sometimes I can make 10+ changes with zero issues, other times only a handful if I created too much instability. You can check the download site of Asus support for the MVF, it will be something after the current 1604 bios. I would hope we see it before the end of the month.
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Damn so everytime you change the multiplier you have to re-flash the BIOS? That sucks! Be sure to let me know if they come out for a fix. Or is there somewhere that I can check to see if they came out with it?

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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

That is offset vs manual voltage, since you have an Asus mobo it is all covered here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards
Sorry, to be clear, no one knows exactly how many changes and/or instability triggers the bug, but it not just one or two. Sometimes I can make 10+ changes with zero issues, other times only a handful if I created too much instability. You can check the download site of Asus support for the MVF, it will be something after the current 1604 bios. I would hope we see it before the end of the month.

I only run the old beta driver (the last released by Shamino at kingpincooling.com forums...)
Most stable and troublefree driver, and the best for benching.
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Delidded my new i7 3770k last night. I found that even though it is tedious, its pretty easy if you're patient. Went ahead and removed my socket holder and running lidless under my Koolance 380i. Using Shin Etsu G751 till my Coollaboratory Liquid Pro arrives. Temps dropped 15c, cant wait to see what it does with the Liquid Pro. Thanks for the advice. One little tip I have is that if you run the blade across a piece of paper at a strong angle, if it "catches" a lot (friction), turn it over, it should be much smoother on the other side of the blade, mark the razor side that is facing up as "TOP". By Doing this, Im pretty sure the razor blade never even touched the silicon.


Thank you for the great guide, it was very helpful.
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thank you guys ! will have a look at this offset !
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Delidded my new i7 3770k last night. I found that even though it is tedious, its pretty easy if you're patient. Went ahead and removed my socket holder and running lidless under my Koolance 380i. Using Shin Etsu G751 till my Coollaboratory Liquid Pro arrives. Temps dropped 15c, cant wait to see what it does with the Liquid Pro. Thanks for the advice. One little tip I have is that if you run the blade across a piece of paper at a strong angle, if it "catches" a lot (friction), turn it over, it should be much smoother on the other side of the blade, mark the razor side that is facing up as "TOP". By Doing this, Im pretty sure the razor blade never even touched the silicon.


Thank you for the great guide, it was very helpful.

Great job!!! Congrats on the success!!!!!
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

I feel your pain man. What do you mean you are leaving the multiplier on auto? Do you mean turbo boost is on auto? Are you using an offset or fixed voltage? Are all of your other settings on auto? How about your c-states? Post some pics of your BIOS settings so we can help you out.

I overclock using turbo, that's the multiplier I change. My board does not have off-set voltage, but V-droop is at 100%. I'll try and edit with some picks.




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not a grand just for fans lol! maybe.....3-400 totally pot shotting this by the way. how much did you spend on fans? I might stick with push pull but if I don't need it (propably not) then I'll go push or pull.

plus I want quiet fans lol tongue.gif
Then ur gonna have to go cheap...

u would have so many rads u would not need p/p like me i just run pull because i have so many rads... and pull is more quiet.
    
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No problem. I honestly try to help when I can, so many here have helped me along the way. The Asus bios bug which I first encountered at the beginning of January, happens when you make a few too many changes in bios and cause instability while testing. I have had to deal with it over three chip overclocks, and while it is annoying it is easy to address.

One of the most common symptoms is making a change in bios to the multiplier or something else, and those changes not actually following through when getting to your desktop. When that happens, or any other unexplained strangeness going on with bios, you just reflash the same bios and you are good to go. You just make sure to export your saved profiles to a usb stick, so you can load them after the flash. Once you reach your stable oc and stop making changes, you don't see the bug anymore.

Asus has been working on a new bios to fix the bug for weeks, we are expecting it in the near future. That sucks about your CLU, hopefully they send it out soon.

Yep, this is absolutly true. but not a game changer. sometimes I change a multiplier but the multi is 39 when i set 48 for example, I just reflash the bios from usb (usb must be formated to fat32) and load a profile, also on my usb. good-to-go. besides flashing bios and saving profiles is good practice when overclocking anywho.
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