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Asrock Extreme6 Core i5 3570K Gskill Trident Ram

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Hello friends

i have Asrock Extreme6
Core i5 3570K
Gskill Trident with terbulance 2000mhz ram
XSPC RASA 360 WATER COOLING KIT

i want to oc my processor to 5.0GHZ how can i do can any one help me

Thanks
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I suggest following this guide. It is a great guide that got me to 4.5GHz. As a side note, it is no guarantee if your chip will hit 5.0GHz even with the proper cooling, all chips are different so it really depends on your chip and how high it can clock.
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I suggest following this guide. It is a great guide that got me to 4.5GHz. As a side note, it is no guarantee if your chip will hit 5.0GHz even with the proper cooling, all chips are different so it really depends on your chip and how high it can clock.
Thanks i used this guide and got 4.5GHZ stable now what should i do for 4.8 or 4.9 or maybe i touch 5.0ghz
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Thanks i used this guide and got 4.5GHZ stable now what should i do for 4.8 or 4.9 or maybe i touch 5.0ghz
Well basically you follow the guide again but with higher settings Ex. Higher cpu voltage, higher clock, watch temperatures etc. Make sure to test with prime95 at least 12 hours to make sure it is 24/7 stable, and make sure to use a custom blend with using 90% or more of your RAM to fully test for stability.
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i don't know what your definition of stable but in order to get a stable 5GHz on an ivy - you need to delid it and replace the crap paste. unless you have a golden one.
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Well basically you follow the guide again but with higher settings Ex. Higher cpu voltage, higher clock, watch temperatures etc. Make sure to test with prime95 at least 12 hours to make sure it is 24/7 stable, and make sure to use a custom blend with using 90% or more of your RAM to fully test for stability.
Yes you are right Temps are bit high...whats is your suggestion.+/- vcore or etc
Can you post some good values here i try then little bit up and down for my self and check staibility
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Yes you are right Temps are bit high...whats is your suggestion.+/- vcore or etc
Can you post some good values here i try then little bit up and down for my self and check staibility

Well what the post after mine said is kinda true. To achieve a high overclock on Ivy Bridge, ex. (4.9 and above) you are either going to a big radiator just for the CPU unless you delid it and replace the solder with some liquid pro paste. I've seen as far as a 28c drop in load temperatures with a deliding. I haven't tried to get stable on that high of an overclock but I did get my chip to boot into Windows at 4.8 GHz with v1.225 offset voltage and internal PLL voltage on.
Edited by SkippyDogg - 10/13/12 at 1:34pm
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Well what the post after mine said is kinda true. To achieve a high overclock on Ivy Bridge, ex. (4.9 and above) you are either going to a big radiator just for the CPU unless you delid it and replace the solder with some liquid pro paste. I've seen as far as a 28c drop in load temperatures with a deliding. I haven't tried to get stable on that high of an overclock but I did get my chip to boot into Windows at 4.8 GHz with v1.225 offset voltage and internal PLL voltage on.
Can you post here your whole settings which you save in your Bios?
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Can you post here your whole settings which you save in your Bios?
Yeah no problem, your results may vary though. My settings are 22 hours prime stable on custom blend with 90% ram with a max CPU temp of 80C.



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Yeah no problem, your results may vary though. My settings are 22 hours prime stable on custom blend with 90% ram with a max CPU temp of 80C.
And what is your settings in advanced
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