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do you have another psu you can use for awhile to see if thats the problem ? i would seriously swap it out and test with a better psu.

also everyone, please dont post "i only need this much vcore to blah-blah-blah." its pointless to tell someone what your 2500k/2600k/2700k needs because every chip is different and you all know that. if you dont know that, you didnt do much research into overclocking at all before you attempted.

Every chip is different yes, but the reason why I was telling him what to set the vcore at was to give him a good idea of the range that will most likely be suitable for his clock speed. I didn't mean to tell him the EXACT voltage, but a general idea of where to start.
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skips, my point was, you gave him a range. aesthethc gave him a 'max', 1.35v. but darkslayer only told him what he himself needed for 4.5ghz. i need 1.35-1.36v for 4.5ghz. if you read the asus p8p67 sb guide, they give a range of multipliers 44 through 47 with voltage ranging generally from 1.3v to 1.375v. they were using ultra high llc with that voltage range.
sure according to asus his voltage is high. i would like to know what his llc level is.
hey russian, can you get us some screenshots of your bios ? maybe with all of us here we can help you figure it out. i got the weekend to myself so you have 4-5 guys advising on this thread and im sure more will speak up with it being the weekend.
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skips, my point was, you gave him a range. aesthethc gave him a 'max', 1.35v. but darkslayer only told him what he himself needed for 4.5ghz. i need 1.35-1.36v for 4.5ghz. if you read the asus p8p67 sb guide, they give a range of multipliers 44 through 47 with voltage ranging generally from 1.3v to 1.375v. they were using ultra high llc with that voltage range.
sure according to asus his voltage is high. i would like to know what his llc level is.
hey russian, can you get us some screenshots of your bios ? maybe with all of us here we can help you figure it out. i got the weekend to myself so you have 4-5 guys advising on this thread and im sure more will speak up with it being the weekend.

Sold my phone a few days ago and bios no allow me to use snip biggrin.gif , I will try to get a camera and snap a few pics. I just updated my bios since the old one had so many damn bugs.
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This is a ASRock board guys, only god knows the true Voltage.
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Bwaa? I need my 4.6ghz to remain stable at 1.334v, so I call either BS or you have a chip from God himself

4.8Ghz at 1.39 volts? Isnt that like... average? or like around the range youre supposed to be in? Ive seen CPU's at my frequency with lower voltages (and i think they have really good chips lol!)



For OP, honestly though, it could just be a mobo bottleneck because some motherboards dont have as good chipset/VRM cooling or power options so it could be the reason why youre needing to push a higher voltage for your OC? I could be wrong. Could be lots of things, we'd need to see your BIOS though to make sure.
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Okay so here is the Bios Shots.




These are taken with my TF300 so the quality might be horrible for some.
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You can take screenshots in your bios if you boot with a USB stick connected. Then use F12.
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You can take screenshots in your bios if you boot with a USB stick connected. Then use F12.
Your kidding... o.O


Never knew that.

Also the problem returned with the lagging. Once I do a system restart, it goes away. But if I leave computer on for the whole day and night it will lag once I launch a intensive game or prime.
Edited by RussianHak - 2/3/13 at 7:43am
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All hail the UEFI bios' thumb.gif
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Okay so here is the Bios Shots.




These are taken with my TF300 so the quality might be horrible for some.

Enable XMP to start that will set you memory
Enable load line calibration To high or very high this will help with Vdroop
Disable Spread spectrum.

See if this helps wink.gif

I'm not an Asrock guy but that's what I can see from your pic's
Edited by Cape Cod - 2/3/13 at 7:56am
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