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is my overclock good?

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how are my temps and vcore looking

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vcore looks ok for 4GHz.
temps are not too bad either considering IBT runs hotter than P95 thumb.gif
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post #3 of 7
Yeah, it's a very good overclock. Temps are perfect, usually under 70 is very good, considering you'll never reach temps near those in real world use. Voltage is stable, everything looks good.

Now, are you using an offset? If you want more experience in overclocking, I can almost guarantee that your processor can run that clock speed at 1.1 volts or under. Will it make a big difference? No, but if you want more experience in fine tuning, its good to minimize voltage without sacrificing stability, as it also reduces heat. But if you don't want to push your luck, that's a perfect;y fine voltage.
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Actually couldnt seem to get it stable under what I have it at and yes I am using offset with all power saving enabled
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Actually couldnt seem to get it stable under what I have it at and yes I am using offset with all power saving enabled

You actually want power saving disabled. Also, I know in the overclock guide it recommends using offset. Personally, it's easier to use a fixed voltage. Use Level 3 LLC, change it to fixed and go from there. Plus whatever VCORE you set in your bios will typically be lower than what you actually set it to (VDROOP).
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You can leave the power saving stuff enabled. It works perfectly fine with Sandy and Ivy overclocking. The only thing you may need to change would be to disable C3 and C6 if you get idle crashes when using offset.
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I dont have idle.crashes I use offset regular LLC which is level 1. So I start woth a higher voltage than it drops to.prvent not.enough vcore.under partial loads
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