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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

I never really paid attention to my Ram.
Done.
Done.
Done.

Lets see how prime loves this.

Almost forgot to mention, I did a overnight Prime run with HW Monitor running. I checked the temps and everything was below 70C including CPU temps.
Edited by RussianHak - 2/3/13 at 8:01am
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This is what I get, prime is still going smoothly.
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you need to be using prime version 27.7
the 25.11 doesnt have avx instructions and doesnt even really stress the cpu...

and that p95 run is only 6 minutes ? did you scroll up in the p95 core windows?
anyway, download p95 27.7 and run it...
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Much better volt Russian, 1.42v is way too high for high for 4.5ghz. My old 2500k needed 1.39v for 4.7ghz and no matter how much vcore I used it wouldn't do over 4.7ghz, so that was a poor clocker.

In terms off degrading like someone else mentioned each CPU tends to have a break in period, mine was the same.

See if you can do those p95 tests overnight, have a look at the as rock ivy/sandy guide here -http://www.overclock.net/t/1198504/complete-overclocking-guide-sandy-bridge-ivy-bridge-asrock-edition

One tip for asrock mobos, if yours has additional turbo voltage use that to hip the CPU vcore as apposed to offset or fixed mode. It enabled me to drop from 1.4v to 1.35v for my overclock.
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you need to be using prime version 27.7
the 25.11 doesnt have avx instructions and doesnt even really stress the cpu...

and that p95 run is only 6 minutes ? did you scroll up in the p95 core windows?
anyway, download p95 27.7 and run it...

It was run yes for a few minutes. I will download that version of Prime and see how the system will hold up.
Thing is, 1.42 is still in Bios. But here it's showing 1.32 Strange.
Edited by RussianHak - 2/3/13 at 8:38am
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Must be using wrong llc setting.
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Must be using wrong llc setting.

Strange, I have it set to Level 5 (highest) I can go. But if I go any lower then 1.42 my system always freezes.
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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.
What? He has a silverstone 750 how much better does he need?
    
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What? He has a silverstone 750 how much better does he need?
I had the Silverstone for some time now, I just updated it biggrin.gif
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