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post #1 of 7
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I really need help overclocking. I just upgraded from a past build and i cant seem to get to 4.5ghz on a I7 2700k proc with a GA-z68xp-ud4 mobo. I have updated all drivers and bios to the latest F6 vers.
i can do 4.2 ghz fine anything past that is no go no matter what Vcore i use
specs are 16gbs vengeance ram 1600

i7 2700k
1000W PS rosewill bronze
gtx 580 classified hydro
GA-z68xp-ud4
Custom liquid cooling system
temps idle 20,29,29,29
Max 45,55,55,55 Never past 60c @ 4.2ghz

settings:
vcore : 1.300
intel turbo disabled
clock at 4.2ghz

any clock after 4.2 on prime95 small test my computer freezes and BSOD's after a few seconds if i dont run it my computers fine. Please any one help i need back up iv been doing this for 5 hours a large amount of settings no change. Ive even gone up to 1.395 on vcore

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 101
BCP1: 0000000000000019
BCP2: 0000000000000000
BCP3: FFFFF88003302180
BCP4: 0000000000000006

if my sentence structure sucks sorry i am tired :I
post #2 of 7
1.) Are you leaving BCLK alone and just changing the multiplier? How are you achieving this OC?

2.) Are your C-states disabled?

2.) Overclocking is "luck of the draw", sometimes you just get a processor that is a bad overclocker.

3.) Try bumping the voltage up to around 1.4 V, turn LLC level down, and set your BCLK back to stock, and disable your C-States. You should have better luck.
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What's your LLC at, and have you tried enabling PLL Voltage?
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Good god just woke up at 4:00pm O_o my PLL was defaulted at 1.8
LCC was using the level 1 i believe
post #5 of 7
Well, I know in the past I had instability issues with my PLL being too high. Try 1.7, then work your way up.

Not sure how it works on your motherboard, but you want the LLC to be near maximum level (for best voltage regulation, and least amount of VDROOP). On my board, Level 1 is the highest, therefore I use Level 2 (that's for ASRock boards). However, I believe on a lot of other boards Level 1 or 2 would be considered the lowest.
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Set your LLC to the highest and leave the PLL where it is. LLC I always prefer to have on highest and then set my voltage as low as possible from there.
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post #7 of 7
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Hey guys thanks for all your help the last time i overclocked i didnt even remember the level settings at all quite some time ago. i found my level 1-10 set it to 6 and its all magic lol +rep thanks for helping this stranger out biggrin.gif
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