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Hello just got a new i53570k on a z77x gigabyte board, however I am having trouble o/cing it, I want a 4.5 stable 24/7 clock however I can't even hold 4.3 with out goin over 1.3v is this normal? Temps stay 50-60 at full load with AIDA64 so I don't think it's a temp issue, I have windows 7 64 with 850w smart themaltake psu, updated bios and chipset drivers. To clock I just change multiplier and leave fat on auto I only turn turbo boost off any suggestions?
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First off, are you on the UD5H from Gigabyte? Just want to double check that.

Second, are you manually volting the processor, or using offset?

Third, what are you using to bench the OC (Prime95? Intl Burn Test?)?
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It's theud3h I'm using Aida 64 to stress test I get blue screens after couple mins win anything lower then 1.3, I've tried to manually volt CPU same results
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Originally Posted by blae782 View Post

It's theud3h I'm using Aida 64 to stress test I get blue screens after couple mins win anything lower then 1.3, I've tried to manually volt CPU same results

I would personally suggest using a program called Prime95 to stress test your CPU. It is the most strenuous one the internet can provide and will yield you the best results.

The UD3H is a very nice board but I advise caution with going up past to1.3V with it. It's Power Phase is lower than that of the UP7 or the UD5H, which could cause throttling and high temperatures.

With your manual voltages, what did you test with? I also only suggest manually volting a processor. Offset tends to overvolt it can lead to heat issues.

What about your Load Line Calibration? That could be throttling your voltages and also your clock speeds if it isn't set to a higher setting.

Edit: Made mistake in my sentence. Provided incorrect information redface.gif
Edited by truestorybro545 - 4/5/13 at 9:59am
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I e heard prime 95 was bad for ivy bridge CPUs that's why I didn't use it, also I am new to ocing not sure what to set llc for
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Originally Posted by blae782 View Post

I e heard prime 95 was bad for ivy bridge CPUs that's why I didn't use it, also I am new to ocing not sure what to set llc for

Bad for Ivy Bridge? Never heard about that... Still suggest it. Best you can use.

Try setting LLC to a higher setting and set voltage manually to 1.3. Go from there, going down in voltage. Make sure BCLK is steady at100 as well (default). Be careful about going higher than 1.3. Not suggested for that clock.
Edited by truestorybro545 - 4/5/13 at 10:41am
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How much higher do I set the llc from default?
post #8 of 8
You should read this guide - http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end - if you dont really know what you are doing.
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SAMSUNG HD103SJ SAMSUNG HD204UI (S2H7J1CB113780) ST2000DM001-9YN164 ST31000524AS 
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ST2000DM001-1CH164 TSSTcorp CDDVDW SE-S084F Zalman 11x Performa 6x Arctic Cooling F12 120mm 
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Windows 7 64bit SP1 Samsung Syncmaster 2232BW Benq GL2450HT Xtrust Classicline 
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