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0k I think i got a good stable oc that i can like with. i got the bclk at 100 the multiplier at 47 and the vcore at 1.42 and i dont get the message any more because i noticed i had a setting for voltage fluctuation and i had it turned up to extreme, when i droped it all the way down not only do my ocs seem more stable, it also keeps my voltage bellow 1.5 while still keeping offset on.

i know that there is no way yet for me to know if it is stable, and it is't the oc i was hopping for, but under full load my temps are at 68 C. i fiddled with the PLL a little to get the temp that low, i'm sure i can stretch it a bit higher, but for now this will do. I will finish running prime 95 over night but it's been running now for about 15 mins and not even a hint of a mess up, i might even be able to drop the voltage a little, idk i'll have to see.

again thanks for the help
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OK first question, I have the Sabertooth Z77 board and there fore running the ASUS UEIF or whatever BIOS, I can see that all OC settings are in the advanced menu, under a+ configuration or something with a+, or ai+.

Well basically I'm wondering if anyone who has experience with the ASUS BIOS, and can help me through this.

I'm going to take a look and see if I can try to figure it out using the new knowledge i have, and will check back shortly.

Thank you in advance for any one else who helps me through this and to hermitmaster for all his help so far, Chronubis
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thanks for the post, now i just need to know what that all means, plus your o.c. is 4.8 i can get that, i just wanted more like 4.9 or 5 ghtz, if wondering about cooling, I have a thermaltake big water complete kit that runs to the cpu then to a 360 rad, with 6 hi performance fans on it then to the 2 gtx 680 gfx cards and back to the bigwater 760+

i will post question on what the things in your bios are and what they mean, when i get a chance to really look over your pictures, again thanks for posting
Edited by Chronubis - 11/8/12 at 10:44am
post #16 of 36
You only have a 360 rad and a Bigwater kit for a 3770k and two GTX 680s?
post #17 of 36
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is that bad?

that's 7 fans and 2 rad

is the pump bad on the bigwater or something?
they said it was made for a bigger loop than just the cpu
Edited by Chronubis - 11/8/12 at 12:27pm
post #18 of 36
That seems like a lot for that single pump. I didn't notice you had a second rad. What kind of temps are you seeing under full load on the GPUs?
post #19 of 36
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I havent really had a chance to check that, for starters I dont know how, thats why i have only been stress testing the cpu, but i do have a temp gauge at the 2 PCIE slots and they never go over 38 C.

I just dont know how to check where the chip is on the gfx cards, if there is a way.
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0k I think i got a good stable oc that i can like with. i got the bclk at 100 the multiplier at 47 and the vcore at 1.42 and i dont get the message any more because i noticed i had a setting for voltage fluctuation and i had it turned up to extreme, when i droped it all the way down not only do my ocs seem more stable, it also keeps my voltage bellow 1.5 while still keeping offset on.
i know that there is no way yet for me to know if it is stable, and it is't the oc i was hopping for, but under full load my temps are at 68 C. i fiddled with the PLL a little to get the temp that low, i'm sure i can stretch it a bit higher, but for now this will do. I will finish running prime 95 over night but it's been running now for about 15 mins and not even a hint of a mess up, i might even be able to drop the voltage a little, idk i'll have to see.
again thanks for the help

i still can't believe a 3770k with 1.42volts running through it without being delidded only reaches 68 degrees
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
256gb M4 SSD boot 4TB Seagate - Raid 0 4TB Seagate - Raid 0 2TB Western Digital Green for storage 
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5TB Seagate 3 tb Seagate  2TB Seagate 4TB of various external storage 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
Corsair H100 in push/pull Windows 10 pro ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q 27" OC Catleap Q270SE IPS 2560x1440@120hz 
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Xarmor mechanical cherry mx-brown Hale90 1000w 80+gold EVGA DG-87 Logitech G502 
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