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overclocking problems on i5-3570K

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Here is my set up;

Cosmos 2
asus maximus 5 formula
i5-3570K ivy bridge
16gb gskill 1600 (4x4)
evga 680 4gb nvidia
1000w power supply

water cooled with;
xspc raystorm
2 - 360 rads and 240 rad
gpu water block EK
typhoon fans (120mm x 8)
MCP-655 variable pump

Problem is...is when I over clock I cannot boot into windows as it restarts and sometime it says boot manager is missing. I have used auto clock as well as other user profiles from asus where I just download theirs and it automatically applies them. My temps stay at 26C on cpu/gpu and 32C on mother board. I would like 4.7 but it doesnt seem to work for my system. I am very new to over clocking and have searched many forums but I can't seem to find a remedy.

Here is a log on my build http://www.overclock.net/t/1369801/cosmos-2-entity-build-log

any help would be very appreciative!
post #2 of 16
The higher OC the more vcore it needs. Do a manual OC in bios and set the vcore to 1.300 and go from there, unstable/no boot then go higher, depending on your chip some might take 1.4v or so at that OC.

As for Missing Boot Manager, if I remember correctly that is your MB not connecting to your hard drive but I could be wrong.

EDIT: I also have a guide in my sig as well, I'm sure you can follow it and get results.
Edited by iwalkwithedead - 3/25/13 at 6:45pm
post #3 of 16
Yeah don't use auto overclock. Manually set vcore to 1.35v and multiplier to 46
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thanks for the reply iwalkwithedead (nice name by the ways). I will try after wife completes her WOW quests.
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thanks for the reply iwalkwithedead (nice name by the ways). I will try after wife completes her WOW quests.

Thank You and you are welcome.

hehehehe
post #6 of 16
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So i over clocked with ratio of 43@1.25v. All is stable...but when ever I put a ratio of 45 and accept changes I am still stuck at 43. Any advice?
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Just pm'd you back. Thank you for your time and I still like the name thumb.gif
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Is there a reason you totally ignored my post?
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My apologies Stay Puft...I thought that was Iwalkwithedead. Didn't realize that is was you until you just posted. Funny thing is...is that you were right. I did 45@1.35v and I am currently running prime95 for over an hour at the highest temp at 82c on core1.

Again I didn't notice until you posted and I am never that rude.
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