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post #21 of 57
If you want 4.0, I would just go straight there and not mess around at 3.8. 4.0 is a low enough overclock that you don't need to work your way up to that speed. Put in a 40 multiplier, test it under load to see what the temps and volts are, and then go from there. If the Auto voltage is too high, then you can try running a manual voltage (say 1.2V) and see how that works - or set up an offset if that board doesn't support fixed voltages. You should be able to get away with a very small offset at that speed (maybe even a negative offset). If you decide to start messing with fixed or offset voltage I would recommend setting 50% for LLC.
post #22 of 57
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If you want 4.0, I would just go straight there and not mess around at 3.8. 4.0 is a low enough overclock that you don't need to work your way up to that speed. Put in a 40 multiplier, test it under load to see what the temps and volts are, and then go from there. If the Auto voltage is too high, then you can try running a manual voltage (say 1.2V) and see how that works - or set up an offset if that board doesn't support fixed voltages. You should be able to get away with a very small offset at that speed (maybe even a negative offset). If you decide to start messing with fixed or offset voltage I would recommend setting 50% for LLC.

I dont believe I saw a direct vCore voltage option on my bios.
I will check on that when I get home from work.
Tune in for updates! biggrin.gif
post #23 of 57
You should be able to hit above 4. If you aren't, start at 1.22 at stock and walk it up instead of brute forcing it.

I totally agree, don't sell your board if you just want a clock below 4.5ghz, just do that.
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He may hit 4.3, all depends if he wants to, but just up the multi until i wont boot and restore you last settings, then P95
     
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40x multiplier ratio (4.00ghz) OC with P95 running for 3 hours.
All stock/automatic settings except turboboost and turbovolts has been turned off.
Temps reached 82*C (max) and volts is stable around 1.200v with 1.208v max.
The volts are OK, but the temperature is still too high for me.

I will reapply the heatsink, but if temps are still the same, do you guys think I should try and exchange it for another CPU?

Thanks again for the help!

Attached image with Volts, Temps and Clock.

post #26 of 57
You're running a stock heatsink and running a program that burns your CPU. What do you expect? Too uncomfortable? I'd argue you still have headroom! Unless you run 3 instances of BF3, you are not going to get that hot using any program.

Keep in mind, 4ghz is only 200mhz more than the stock turbo of 3.8
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post #27 of 57
82C is fine for the temps. You aren't going to get better with the stock cooler. If you want lower temps, you'll need to buy a new cooler.
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You're running a stock heatsink and running a program that burns your CPU. What do you expect? Too uncomfortable? I'd argue you still have headroom! Unless you run 3 instances of BF3, you are not going to get that hot using any program.

Keep in mind, 4ghz is only 200mhz more than the stock turbo of 3.8

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82C is fine for the temps. You aren't going to get better with the stock cooler. If you want lower temps, you'll need to buy a new cooler.

You guys need to read my first post tongue.gif

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post #29 of 57
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You guys need to read my first post tongue.gif

CPU: i5-3570k
MOBO: ASRock z77 Pro4
Cooler: CM Hyper 212 Evo - "Automatic" mode set at 55*C level 9
Corsair Carbide 200r case with 2 120mm Fans at level 8

Bah, I'm responding to too many threads and I just followed his lead - so I blame him smile.gif. Still, 82C is an acceptable temp for Ivy (although higher than you'd expect). You can try reseating (again) or adding a second fan or something, but you can also just live with what you have.
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Bah, I'm responding to too many threads and I just followed his lead - so I blame him smile.gif. Still, 82C is an acceptable temp for Ivy (although higher than you'd expect). You can try reseating (again) or adding a second fan or something, but you can also just live with what you have.

Thanks.
I will try reseating one more time.
I currently only have 1 intake on the front and one intake on the rear. I will add one more intake fan on the side as well, right infront of the CPU.

I still have about a week left on my return policy. I can still return my CPU and exchange it for another. Do you guys think that is necessary?

Thanks in advance.
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