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thanks for all the info guys, ill post pics later tonight.
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thanks for all the info guys, ill post pics later tonight.
For a Gigabyte mobo, here is an oc thread to read:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end
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I picked up two of the latest 3570k's though I don't know until someone verifies my batches. But, one isat 26C/50c other does 34C/55c, idle/load in Win7. Been trying to push the hotter one and can't go stable @ 4.6. I need to swap out to the cooler one if I can't post anything stable.
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is it safe to just set multiplier to 42 so i get 4.2ghz? or
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is it safe to just set multiplier to 42 so i get 4.2ghz? or
Something being safe is decided by the voltage you use and the temperature you'll see. You can set whatever multiplier you want as long as temperature increase is kept in check. Voltage you have to increase if you find it running unstable. You will pretty much not be able to use a voltage that might be dangerous if you go at it with a systematic increase of values and check temperatures all the time. Any air cooling is too weak for dangerous values so temperature will be the limit.

A stress test program like IntelBurnTest, LinX or prime95 will heat up the CPU more than any other program you will use on the PC. Because of this, you can use those stress test programs to decide which multiplier and voltage will be the most you can do with your specific i5 3570k CPU and your CPU cooler.

Decide on a temperature you want to stay below at all times, for example 85 C. Then go and find the multiplier - and its required voltage - where the CPU runs the stress test program at that 85 C temperature. In normal use, the CPU will stay a lot cooler than what you will have seen in the stress test, so this overclock will be totally safe.

EDIT:

Well, I've just noticed you have the -DS3H board. This board does not allow you to increase the CPU's vcore voltage. This means you cannot overclock much, but you also cannot do anything wrong. You can simply go ahead and increase the multiplier as far as it will go without the PC getting unstable.

You can still use the stress test programs mentioned to see if your PC runs stable at the increased multiplier.
Edited by deepor - 5/10/13 at 9:14pm
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Not sure how special this is but I picked up a 3770K two days ago from Micro Center and it does 4.4GHz on stock voltage (1.164 V). I'm aiming for 4.7GHz and <1.3 V
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is it safe to just set multiplier to 42 so i get 4.2ghz? or
That is the very first thing I did five minutes after installing mine. I left everything on AUTO and jumped to 42 multiplier... 100% stable. Same with 43. Failed at 44.

I then switched to manual and started at 42 again. Unfortunately, my chip sucks ass, so I stopped with 44 @ 1.35.

So yes, you can definitely just set it at 42 and start from there... just watch your temps, and switch to manual vcore to go higher after observing what voltages were required for auto 42 (using CPU-Z, or whatever monitor software you prefer). You may also want to set your C States properly in BIOS, as well.
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I picked up two of the latest 3570k's though I don't know until someone verifies my batches. But, one isat 26C/50c other does 34C/55c, idle/load in Win7. Been trying to push the hotter one and can't go stable @ 4.6. I need to swap out to the cooler one if I can't post anything stable.

im pretty much in the same boat as you i gave up on higher and kept it at 4.5ghz........BUT IT FEELS LIKE IM MISSING SOMETHING...............................mad.gif
 
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As I dont really wand to read through 43 pages have we determined if this 'new batch' theory is debunked or not?
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As I dont really wand to read through 43 pages have we determined if this 'new batch' theory is debunked or not?

IMO yes, but I guess there will be others that argue against this. There's not really enough evidence either way though.
     
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