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Alright, was just a little concerned as I use Wheas as a stability measure and without them its alot harder to feel confident in an OC, like I get prime errors and bsods errors at -0.020v but nothing at -0.015v in 8 hours, I'm going to stick with +0.010v since its still quite low and is a nice big bump of vcore. Sound good? What would you do?
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i know how you feel but, im sure you'll get used to it quick enough smile.gif.

imo, any kind of BSOD while overclocking only your CPU should tell you that the CPU is unstable. this conclusion can probably vary if you have other components such as RAM overclocked at the same time (in which case you should look up the ivy bridge BSOD list to help you narrow down what's actually causing the instability). for me, P95 core rounding errors = unstable (the errors generally happened within 30m of the test for me).

if it's a new CPU, just take it slow (just like day 1), 1 step at a time. this way you'll get a better understanding of what the CPU likes and doesn't like.
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Hello, I'm the new member for this forum.

Currently, I'm torturing "the new" 3570K with Prime95 27.9, blend test, I don't know my proc's batch is defined a newest batch or not, it is 3252A811, made in Costa Rica.
I'm just move on from the old i5 2500k which in the process of RMA. So far, I'm super happy with 3570k than my old Sandy.










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Hello, I'm the new member for this forum.

Currently, I'm torturing "the new" 3570K with Prime95 27.9, blend test, I don't know my proc's batch is defined a newest batch or not, it is 3252A811, made in Costa Rica.
I'm just move on from the old i5 2500k which in the process of RMA. So far, I'm super happy with 3570k than my old Sandy.
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Looks good! Nice voltage for 4.5, if it scales you should be able to do 5.0 around 1.4
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Looks good! Nice voltage for 4.5, if it scales you should be able to do 5.0 around 1.4

tongue.gif I'm just scared to bump up again, I think I'm just happy with decent 4.5 @l low voltage, that with mini ITX mobo and naked hynix BFR
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Looks good! Nice voltage for 4.5, if it scales you should be able to do 5.0 around 1.4

tongue.gif I'm just scared to bump up again, I think I'm just happy with decent 4.5 @l low voltage, that with mini ITX mobo and naked hynix BFR

Yeah...just sayin' I think you got a good chip...dont blow up your MB!
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Looks at my chip frown.gif
 
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Voltage isn't kill proc (suddenly) , but heat does. Is it right? I knew deliding Ivy's IHS is the solution, but I don't have any nerve to deliding my Ivy. Because I live in the hot temperature and humid country, my Ivy @4.5 while running Prime95 without deliding is my max common sense biggrin.gif

Because RMA process is complicated in my country which caused me not to do the takedown ivy's ihs, you know, error can happen while deliding it biggrin.gif
Edited by dippy - 10/6/13 at 10:53pm
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Now that were approaching summer in here in Aus, I'm keen to finally overclock my 3570k (i wanted to wait for worst possible ambient temps). Kinda excited seeing as I have one of the later batch numbers.

But my god, it's so flipping confusing to me as a first time OC'er mad.gif I feel annoyed at myself more than anything, but every time i try to read through a guide I just get lost as to a) what settings I'm actually supposed to be adjusting b) what settings I'm supposed to be enabling/disabling, and c) where everything is in my Gigabyte sniper m3's UEFI

As a greenhorn, I find it so ridiculous that there's not some universal standard for UEFI's, even amongst single manufacturers. For instance, my m3's UEFI looks completely different to the Gigabyte variant in this guide...
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That's probably because you are looking at that graphical half of the BIOS menus on your Gigabyte board. Press Escape and you'll get into the old-school looking BIOS.

If your CPU behaves like mine, there's really not much to tweak to get it to run stable. If you want to use fixed voltage, you just have to set LLC to Turbo and that's all you need to know. After that, to get a multiplier running stable, the only thing you will have to tweak is vcore. There's nothing else you need to touch.

If using offset voltage, I'd suggest to try Low, Medium or High LLC instead of Turbo. That's to keep the voltage while running prime95 or IBT a bit in check. To enable offset voltage, you have to put the vcore voltage setting to "Normal". The following DVID setting will light up.

This is the only important setting you need to know about if your CPU and board behaves like mine (I have 3570k and GA-Z77X-D3H):



Put that on Turbo for fixed voltage, Low/Med/High for offset voltage.
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