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MSI Z77-A GD65

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
Hello Friend,s
Can any one post some Good OC setting for i5 3570K @5.0Ghz or above
post #2 of 12
Sorry but no,

Each processor is different as is each motherboards ability to get to 5ghz, firstly you're running ivybridge which gets very very hot. I.E You'll need to delid the processor before you have any chance of decent temps. Second of all only around 10% get above 4.8ghz and a measly 1% will get to 5ghz or above.

So i'm afraid it's trial and error, in all likelihood your processor will be able to hit 4.5ghz but not much higher.

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post #3 of 12
Thread Starter 
I have A.60 Bios should i update to A.70?
post #4 of 12
A BIOS update is normally a good idea since it can make things more efficient, but that's not going to help you get a 5ghz overclock.
post #5 of 12
What kind of cooling are you using? Ivy does tend to run hot and if you're going for 5ghz it's going to take voltage which creates heat. BIOS update alone isn't necessarily going to give you better results although sometimes it can fix bugs though.
post #6 of 12
Hot is an understatement, that is going to set on fire, the lid on that thing is terrible, you'll be better off either de-lidding or not trying to hit 5ghz

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Edited by compuman145 - 12/11/12 at 4:39am
post #7 of 12
^ The mods are probably going to PM you any time now.
post #8 of 12
Thread Starter 
I have already overclock this chip to 5.0Ghz on my previous Asrock Extreme6 Mobo.
Now this MSI board is new for me.very difficult bios setting thats y i need some help
post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by owikhan View Post

I have already overclock this chip to 5.0Ghz on my previous Asrock Extreme6 Mobo.
Now this MSI board is new for me.very difficult bios setting thats y i need some help

That's perfectly understandable that chip works at 5ghz on that mobo. Just because you can get it to work with one doesn't automatically make it possible to work on the other. What have you tried so far? Try to get a 4ghz stable and then step it up from there checking stability as you go.
post #10 of 12
Thread Starter 
In this mobo lot of options available these are all new for me.
i cant find loadline calibration
and dont know about CPU I/O voltage
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