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Since you have 4x4G RAM configuration I suggest use Vccio 1.1v biggrin.gif my test is with 2x4G RAM configuration so I can use lower VTT/CPU IO/Vccio.
Try to set Vccio at Auto first and see the value.

VCCIO was at auto by default, but by using that I got a BSOD while running Intel Burn Test on max settings. The BSOD error code told me to increae the VCCIO, that's why I'm not using auto smile.gif

But what do you think about the bus speed - 103MHz is fine?
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VCCIO was at auto by default, but by using that I got a BSOD while running Intel Burn Test on max settings. The BSOD error code told me to increae the VCCIO, that's why I'm not using auto smile.gif

But what do you think about the bus speed - 103MHz is fine?
And what value is your Vccio on auto setting? is your max Vccio setting on BIOS 1.15v?
BSOD error code should be 9C or D1 ... sometimes 124.

Well I never touch BCLK just leave it at 100 biggrin.gif unless like when my max OC at multi x54 then I will try to raise BCLK to have 5.5GHz with same multi x54.
Edited by neoroy - 2/11/13 at 9:25pm
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post #53 of 71
I am new to overclocking aswell and have currently got my 2600k at 4.5Ghz at the moment with temps at mid 60's. If i wanted to boost it up to around 4.8Ghz, what would require changing to make this happen?

intel i7 2600k
Gigabyte z68-ud4
2 x Corsair Vengeance 4GB

if you need anymore information let me know.

Thanks in advance.
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I am new to overclocking aswell and have currently got my 2600k at 4.5Ghz at the moment with temps at mid 60's. If i wanted to boost it up to around 4.8Ghz, what would require changing to make this happen?

intel i7 2600k
Gigabyte z68-ud4
2 x Corsair Vengeance 4GB

if you need anymore information let me know.

Thanks in advance.

You may make your own thread for you specific cpu, which is pretty similar as the 2700k i guess !

/Subscribing to look anwsers ! I am on my way to O/C my 2700K too.

bump ^^
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post #55 of 71
Ok, ill make my own thread.

Thanks smile.gif
post #56 of 71
Hey Guys,

I´m pretty new in Overclocking, and my 2700k needs some of it for my GTX670 SLI (trying to reduce the bottleneck)

I Have a Akasa Nero 3 HeatSInk
MOBO: p8z68-vPRO
RAM 16GB 1600
My Power supply is a Thermaltake 1000w.
CAse Thermaltake V9 Black.


I Got a Overclock in 4.2 on a VCore of 1.2 and PLL Voltage in 1.42 (it seems to cool a bit as i lower this, it is dangerous reduce that? lower than that get unstalb) temps reach 70° on load and 38° stock ble (room temp are about 23°) - tested with prime95 for 1 hr

my question is: I'm from brazil and its fuc... expensive the coolers in here, but i want to see how far i can go with the nero 3, it's so quiet .

i would be satisfied with a 4.5 OC with temps max 70° at load. ( By the way, is 70° ok?)

I just bought a thermal grease TG-1 from Thermaltake to substitute the generic one(thos white stuff that shouldn't exist at all) that i had in my CPU i will test it tonight to see if i gain 1° or 2°.

there is any clues in how i can config? maybe turn off HT or Turbo?

Any clues will be awesome for this new OC guy...

Thanks by the way on advance.
post #57 of 71
If you are talking Prime95 or IBT temps, you can push into the low 80s without any problem. Your gaming temps will be much lower. I wouldn't turn off HT though, the extra 100 MHz or so it would give you aren't worth the loss of HT, at least to me. And lowering PLL (and VCCSA) are safe ways to reduce temps a little, as long as you don't lower them so much that they affect stability. A notch or two should be fine (1.42 sounds kind of low though - isn't the default 1.7V or so?)
post #58 of 71
I Think is 1.7, but if i keep at 1.5 or over it gets too hot... over 75°

i will try to stable at 1.5 then, the TCase of the 2700k is 72.6°, that's why i don't want to cross it, even in prime95.
By the way, gamming (Crysis 3 - Everything in Very High, does not lag and stays around 57°) should be fine, but want to get more from the SLI

thnx
post #59 of 71
Don't worry about Tcase, that number is only useful for hardware manufacturers (it involves measuring the temp at the top of the IHS). The temps you want to worry about are the core temps (from CoreTemp or RealTemp) and the TJMax, which is 98C for that chip. So core temps into the low 80s are fine.
post #60 of 71
Great,

that makes my life easer, lol.

well, u have a clue on how can i get my idle temps down? it is giving me nightmares.

it seems like my cooler stays 100% all time.

i will see if the TG-1 makes some difference, it should get 1 or 2° lower, u thing higher 35° idle is ok?

thnx
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