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Hi.
Im quit new to overclocking, though not green.
I got The asus z77 sabertooth mobo.
And The H100 watercooling, with 2 fans, running at the lowest step.

I have used the AiSuit 2 and OC'd the 3770k to 4613.6 Mhz

Now its a bit wierd as it dosnt seem like AISuit's voltage setting is what i get.

So with my OC i have multiplayer of 46 and CPU voltage set at 1.150 in auitsuit giving me 4613Mhz.

Now whene i run prime, i see in HWinfo that the voltage gose up to 1.241 at the higest.
So i think i have some auto OC working on top.
I have not done anything els exept increas the voltage, mutliplayer and the settings in Digi+ Power Controller.

I have read a lot about PLL and many wierd names, and how they are being used to further increas oc capacity.
But i just dont get it.
So with my higest temp at 69 at 4,6Ghz I think i can get 4,7 atleast.
I also got 2 more corsair Hige performance fans i will install onto my H100 Coler for push pull, which hopefully will lower the temps even more, allowing higer OC.
But for this i need the help of proffesionals.

Help is very much appreciated.
Hers a picture showing HWInfo, TurboV Evo settings, and Digi power + controller.

I
post #2 of 8
Use the Force Luke, err, BIOS young padawan learner to OC. AI Suite tends to over-volt and is a bit buggy.
Use the multiplier, Manual CPU voltage settings, and DIGI+ LLC set at HIGH to start.
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Thanks.
I saw your rig got the H100 Push Pull.
Did the 2 more fans help a lot on the temps?

And how far can you push OC with the H100?
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Unfortunately there is almost no chip to chip correlation with ivy bridge in terms of how far you can push your overclock. It is more like a how much gap is there between the die and ihs chip to chip correlation. See with ivy they changed the manufacturing from the way in that sandy bridge was done, this has caused alot of inconsistency chip to chip even from the same batch. I am going to look and see if I can find you anything to help you out. I have posted sort of mini directions to overclocking before that greatly simplifies the guide but doesn't really follow it. I will post again soon.
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Pop vcore up to about 1.265 for that multiplier.

Should stay cool enough.
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Thanks.
I saw your rig got the H100 Push Pull.
Did the 2 more fans help a lot on the temps?

And how far can you push OC with the H100?
Push/pull helped idle temps by about 1-2C, Where it really helped was during max OC, about 3-5C. Shouldn't try to compare 3930K to 3770K as the 3770K at higher voltage tends to heat up more than the 3930K.
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When i set voltage and multiplayer in bios, do i also have to set offsett voltage in order for the cpu to downclock while idel.
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When i set voltage and multiplayer in bios, do i also have to set offsett voltage in order for the cpu to downclock while idel.
No, just use manual voltage settings for now. Setting "Intel SpeedStep" ON is what varies the multiplier downward as CPU load decreases.
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