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hello guys.......
i'm new in this forum
i apologize for any inconvenience if i made
this is my 1st time overclocking and
i ended up with a problem......
my specs are
1.i5 3570k
2.asrock z77 extreme4 mobo
3.2x4gb ddr3 corsair vengence ram
4.ati 6670 1gb ddr5 graphic card
5.corsair gs600 wat psu
6.cooler master hyper evo 212 cpu cooler

so i was going to overclocking my 3570k.......at 4.2ghz
i only change those settings to OC (at bios)
1.cpu ratio-all core
2.all core-42
3.power saving mode-disabled
4.cpu core voltage-offset mode
5.offset voltage-(-.065v)
6.cpu load line callibration-level 5
rest options are at default


after that
when i start windows (win 8)
my graphics driver stopped working,frequently computer hanging and a lots of f*** BSODs but prime95 test passed (in 10 minutes test)
so
am i doing proper overclock ? or cpu needs extra offset volt? what should i do with the other options (spread spectrum,intel pll overvolt,long duration power limit & maintained,short duration power limit & primary plane current limit etc)?
please give a full simplified tutorial for how to oc my i5 3570k on my asrockz77 extreme4 at 4.2 to 4.4ghz.......and it'll be better if anyone give me a video tutorial or pics than text......
or
tell me the stable offset volt /fixed volt for 4.2/4.4ghz
plzzzzzzzzzz help me guys i want to oc my i5 badly....
Edited by blazetro - 1/21/13 at 11:16pm
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Originally Posted by blazetro View Post

hello guys.......
i'm new in this forum
i apologize for any inconvenience if i made
this is my 1st time overclocking and
i ended up with a problem......
my specs are
1.i5 3570k
2.asrock z77 extreme4 mobo
3.2x4gb ddr3 corsair vengence ram
4.ati 6670 1gb ddr5 graphic card
5.corsair gs600 wat psu
6.cooler master hyper evo 212 cpu cooler

so i was going to overclocking my 3570k.......at 4.2ghz
i only change those settings to OC (at bios)
1.cpu ratio-all core
2.all core-42
3.power saving mode-disabled
4.cpu core voltage-offset mode
5.offset voltage-(-.065v)
6.cpu load line callibration-level 5
rest options are at default


after that
when i start windows (win 8)
my graphics driver stopped working,frequently computer hanging and a lots of f*** BSODs but prime95 test passed (in 10 minutes test)
so
am i doing proper overclock ? or cpu needs extra offset volt? what should i do with the other options (spread spectrum,intel pll overvolt,long duration power limit & maintained,short duration power limit & primary plane current limit etc)?
please give a full simplified tutorial for how to oc my i5 3570k on my asrockz77 extreme4 at 4.2 to 4.4ghz.......and it'll be better if anyone give me a video tutorial or pics than text......
or
tell me the stable offset volt /fixed volt for 4.2/4.4ghz
plzzzzzzzzzz help me guys i want to oc my i5 badly....

Okay first off through offset into the wind. What we need to do mainly is find the Vcore required for your Overclcoks. So what I want you to do is head back into bios and set vcore to manual and put in 1.2 vcore then try that 42 multi.

Tell me what happens after that. also screenshots of your bios's would be very helpful! thumb.gif
post #3 of 85
If all you want is 4.2 just leave everything on Auto (including CPU voltage) and change the multiplier to 42. That will probably also work for 4.4 (using a 44 multiplier), but that's about the practical limit of Auto Vcore. As long as you watch the voltage and temps when you stress test you should be fine. Auto works surprisingly well for low-moderate overclocks on most motherboards.
post #4 of 85
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Okay first off through offset into the wind. What we need to do mainly is find the Vcore required for your Overclcoks. So what I want you to do is head back into bios and set vcore to manual and put in 1.2 vcore then try that 42 multi.

Tell me what happens after that. also screenshots of your bios's would be very helpful! thumb.gif
okay so you want me to do as
cpu core-42
and
offset voltage-1.2 or fixed voltage-1.2
and what will be the LLC?
post #5 of 85
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Originally Posted by blazetro View Post

okay so you want me to do as
cpu core-42
and
offset voltage-1.2 or fixed voltage-1.2
and what will be the LLC?

don't use offset at all use Fixed vcore/voltage at 1.2 (for now we can refine that later if you desire)

Then with LLC put that at only 100% which equals normal voltage regulation to the chip so the max vcore the chip will get is 1.2 vcore as put into the fixed voltage.
post #6 of 85
When testing system stability, you should be running prime95 for 24 hours.
I won't try and help with the overclocking, other people have more experience with ivybridge.
Have you changes your PCIe bus speed at all? A bad overclock shouldn't cause your display driver to tank. I've only ever had that overclocking graphics cards.
 
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When testing system stability, you should be running prime95 for 24 hours.
I won't try and help with the overclocking, other people have more experience with ivybridge.
Have you changes your PCIe bus speed at all? A bad overclock shouldn't cause your display driver to tank. I've only ever had that overclocking graphics cards.

yes for a long run for true stability prime it, but with quick tests IBT works great to get a gritty sight of the vcores needed.
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

don't use offset at all use Fixed vcore/voltage at 1.2 (for now we can refine that later if you desire)

Then with LLC put that at only 100% which equals normal voltage regulation to the chip so the max vcore the chip will get is 1.2 vcore as put into the fixed voltage.

wow......it's work great...........no startup crashes no bsods since now
those are pics of my bios and temperature (sorry for bad quality)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8405069325/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8406161376/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8405069309/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8405069523/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8406161654/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8405069587/in/photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/92490001@N04/8405069321/in/photostream


so now my goal is 4.4ghz
so can you tell me the stable volt for 4.4ghz....
i will be use prime95 blend test for 24 hours.............
post #9 of 85
the stable overvolt depends on the quality of the chip you have. generally it should be able to do 4.4ghz at stock voltage but some will require a bit of overvolt.

mine runs at 4.5ghz with 1.2v
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the stable overvolt depends on the quality of the chip you have. generally it should be able to do 4.4ghz at stock voltage but some will require a bit of overvolt.

mine runs at 4.5ghz with 1.2v

Exactly! Now try around the 1.2 to 1.3 range its all dependant on you chip. So you going to have to tweek this yourself and begin to become an overclocker and start to feel how your chip is at overclocking! Good luck sir! And gratz on the 4.2 Ghz!
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