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These are my BIOS settings for a rockstable 24 hours prime capable 4,6 Ghz OC which i use on a daily base to run my pc without any WHEA errors



The proof biggrin.gif

But you know every chip is different wink.gif


WOW! drool.gif different chip indeed you've got i5 and i got i7.

rock stable?= for me maybe? :De , but anyway thanks for posting, i've done that for 72 hrs three years a go with C2D E8200 external liquid cooling, TBH, your reply doesnt really answers my question.

Stability test is not the answer for the different readings between UEFI and CPU Z?

well goodluck to your i5 rock solid OC. :od
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It's just to show you oc without using the presets of the mb and the answer you had already before :-)

And the ocing of i7 or i5 is pretty much the same with Ivi bridge
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It's just to show you oc without using the presets of the mb and the answer you had already before :-)

And the ocing of i7 or i5 is pretty much the same with Ivi bridge


okey, thanks but isn't it i7 3820 is classified as Sandy Bridge E? correct me if i'm wrong but i'm sure CPU Z does indicate chip classification, right? now to the start of this thread, honestly i was not asking on how to OC my chip, i've been doing that for the last 6 years from P4, C2D, i7 1st gen and latest this i7 3820.

As my thread says "Different OC readings between UEFI and CPU Z". biggrin.gif peace
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