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I have an i5 3570k and a Z77X-D3H

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The above is what I have optimized my chip and am 12hr prime stable but CPUz shows 1.26 vcore. and good temps considering I have a hyper 212+ (Hotest core hits 87C in prime)

I am having trouble overclocking anything above that even 4.6Ghz, I keep getting bsod 0x124 and according to the bsod overclock guide that should be the vtt that needs to be added since at stock it gives me stability on 4.5Ghz. When I add it I still bsod with a 0x124 and vcore being at 1.275v if i drop it I get a 0x101 which is vcore low so I have to keep vcore at 1.275v.
What I can't get past is the bsod 0x124 no matter how much I yank up the vtt.... What ....................is it?????!

The 4.5Ghz is on offset. The 4.6Ghz is on direct vcore increment. Has anyone encounter such an issue and solved it? Or may have a similar chip to mine in terms of overclocking so that I borrow your settings?
post #2 of 27
You are actually lucky to have made it that high with that low voltage. There are people that need more than 1.3V to get 4.5 Ghz. I for example need 1.288V to be 100% stable. 4.7 Ghz BSODs after few minutes into Prime 95 with 1.35V and my temps skyrocket to 95+C. The voltage jumps above 4.4 Ghz are extremely high from what ive experienced.
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I would stop there 87C in prime is a Sign telling to either bump up your cooling or lower down the OC. Heat like that just kills chips.
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Sounds like you need way more voltage, and a better cooling solution if your going to do so. Your stable at 4.5ghz at 1.26v hitting 86c max... So 4.6ghz could take 1.32-1.40vcore witch will add even more heat... So is spending your $ on better cooling worth the extra 200-300mhz on your overclock? Good Luck ! smile.gif
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Lets just say, your chips are WAYYY better than mine. tongue.gif

1.365v is for 4.4 on mine mad.gif
So dont be bummed if it takes more voltage, just consider if it is worth it.

This is OCN.. So of course it is thumb.gif
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I would stop there 87C in prime is a Sign telling to either bump up your cooling or lower down the OC. Heat like that just kills chips.

Actually that 87C is temps at 1.28v vcore on 4.6Ghz. The 4.5Ghz does 84C max. Sorry about that mis information
post #7 of 27
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No one has a chip similar to mine?????!
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Lets just say, your chips are WAYYY better than mine. tongue.gif

1.365v is for 4.4 on mine mad.gif
So dont be bummed if it takes more voltage, just consider if it is worth it.

This is OCN.. So of course it is thumb.gif

I don't understand why ivy had to be so unpredictable, I have seen one doing 4.7Ghz 12hr prime stable at 1.2v vcore.

Imagine mine is the one that has a B in its batch number some say B is for Bull*h*t and its delidded just incase your wondering why my temps are so low.
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You are actually lucky to have made it that high with that low voltage. There are people that need more than 1.3V to get 4.5 Ghz. I for example need 1.288V to be 100% stable. 4.7 Ghz BSODs after few minutes into Prime 95 with 1.35V and my temps skyrocket to 95+C. The voltage jumps above 4.4 Ghz are extremely high from what ive experienced.

This may sound funny but it worked! I actually asked God to allow me to get a chip that can do a minimum of 4.5Ghz easy overclock with a Hyper 212+ in my purchase. It actually goes up to 4.8Ghz when I put a vcore of 1.38v (careful not to prime or bust my chip) but feels like I am missing something apart from the vcore to make it stable. Thats why am here to ask what I may be missing
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I just booted with 4.7 Ghz / 1.38V and my temps under Prime 95 were around 103C on the highest cores. Needless to say ive gona back to 4.5 Ghz ^^
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post #10 of 27
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What cooler are you using?
103C is beyond red zone, you need a maintenance free liquid cooling solution, the price isn't worth it without a promo. So look out for promos. When Zalman LQ320 first came out, it was retailing for $40! I didn't know that it was a really good cooler until now but it is $99 currently, avoid Cosair, recently their products have been very buggy and prone to fail before mtbf is over.
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