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Just follow this link : http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards and read the guide. It tells you everything you need to do to OC your CPU they way it should be done. It lists all the settings you need to change in the BIOS with pics of them so you know what to look for once you are there and the software with links to them that will help you test your stability once you are done tweaking.

ok thanks I shall take a look, just what I needed. thanks thumb.gif
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Just follow this link : http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards and read the guide. It tells you everything you need to do to OC your CPU they way it should be done. It lists all the settings you need to change in the BIOS with pics of them so you know what to look for once you are there and the software with links to them that will help you test your stability once you are done tweaking.
That guide is more for overclockers to compare coz hes got all the settings and numbers but I wanna knoe more then that. I mean firstly I wanna oc without increasing voltage just little steps and then when its unstable I would adjust voltage but I like to know what values to change and what they do etc
post #23 of 88
Then just do so. All the settings in his guide besides the VCORE are what you need to use to get your OC stable once you start adding the voltage to your CPU. You probably could do 4.2 Ghz without adding any voltage than the stock you are running for 3.4 Ghz. If that works fine just work your way up by adding +1 to your multiplier and test for stability, if you run into crashes then up the voltage by a bit test again and keep going up with the multiplier and voltage to the point you think youve OCed enough. From my experience the jumps in voltage start above 4.4 Ghz at which point youll probably need 1.2V or more to get it stable. For 4.5 Ghz i need 1.28V and above that 4.7 Ghz at 1.38V. It all depends on how lucky you are with the chip. Some people can run those speeds with much lower VCORE but some on the other hand need higher. Its all about finding your sweet spot taking the voltage and temperatures into consideration. So good luck and have fun tweaking tongue.gif
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Then just do so. All the settings in his guide besides the VCORE are what you need to use to get your OC stable once you start adding the voltage to your CPU. You probably could do 4.2 Ghz without adding any voltage than the stock you are running for 3.4 Ghz. If that works fine just work your way up by adding +1 to your multiplier and test for stability, if you run into crashes then up the voltage by a bit test again and keep going up with the multiplier and voltage to the point you think youve OCed enough. From my experience the jumps in voltage start above 4.4 Ghz at which point youll probably need 1.2V or more to get it stable. For 4.5 Ghz i need 1.28V and above that 4.7 Ghz at 1.38V. It all depends on how lucky you are with the chip. Some people can run those speeds with much lower VCORE but some on the other hand need higher. Its all about finding your sweet spot taking the voltage and temperatures into consideration. So good luck and have fun tweaking tongue.gif
What would happen if I set vcore to 1.35v and muliplier to 5? Im I right im thinking it will fail... Or it wont?? OR am I being an idiot..
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It would overclock... or not. The vcore won't be a problem, temperature would be.
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In fact it probably would also be a problem, i doubt itd boot at all tongue.gif
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In fact it probably would also be a problem, i doubt itd boot at all tongue.gif

The vcore at 1.35 being a problem?
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If its anything like mine i need 1.38V to boot at 4.7 Ghz so yea.
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post #29 of 88
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The vcore at 1.35 being a problem?
Ive just updated my bios to I presume all bios settings are at default? To overclcok at stock voltage do I ONLY need to adjust the multiplier say by 100mhz at a time then do a 30 min prime 95 keeping a eye on temps etc then if stable which it should be just repeat the process? If my bios setting are at default would that be ok? Or would I have to chamge anything else before I start? One last thing what does wi.dows power performance do? I.e when it says balenced or performance etc? What settings would I have? Thamks
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Then just do so. All the settings in his guide besides the VCORE are what you need to use to get your OC stable once you start adding the voltage to your CPU. You probably could do 4.2 Ghz without adding any voltage than the stock you are running for 3.4 Ghz. If that works fine just work your way up by adding +1 to your multiplier and test for stability, if you run into crashes then up the voltage by a bit test again and keep going up with the multiplier and voltage to the point you think youve OCed enough. From my experience the jumps in voltage start above 4.4 Ghz at which point youll probably need 1.2V or more to get it stable. For 4.5 Ghz i need 1.28V and above that 4.7 Ghz at 1.38V. It all depends on how lucky you are with the chip. Some people can run those speeds with much lower VCORE but some on the other hand need higher. Its all about finding your sweet spot taking the voltage and temperatures into consideration. So good luck and have fun tweaking tongue.gif
What temp do you run at in prime?
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