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Hey Guys i wanna overclock my buddies i5 but i was looking around and i can't find a template i would like for him to be able to hit 4.5ghz
the motherboard hes using is a Gigabyte Z77-UD3H. i';ve searched threw the forums but nobody really lists there exact settings just give a guide to how to OC. What i really am looking for is someones current setting so taht i can use it a guide and see how his fairs well
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If you hit Escape on the weird 3D view in the UEFI, you will get into the old-school menu.

You pretty much only need to know that LLC on High or Turbo keeps vcore constant on this board. Set a multiplier and the voltage the CPU needs and that's it. There's really nothing special going on here.

If you want to know more, this guide actually mentions all settings you might want to change and has screenshots: http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end

Just look at all of them, perhaps skip the memory details.

The only thing that might be a little strange is using turbo multipliers and offset voltage. If you want offset voltage, use PgDn/PgUp keys to get from Auto to "Normal" in the box for VCore voltage. After that, the offset voltage box will light up. If you use turbo multipliers, I think there was something about a default 75 W limit and an ampere limit below it. Increase those two to something ridiculous so they don't do anything, something like 1200 W and 300 A or whatever the largest numbers possible are.
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essentially i have tried ocing his CPU but it doesn't seem to weant to hit 4.5 unless you put like 1.33vcore which from what i gather is allot more then most people what i've gathered is anywwhere from 1.23 to 1.28 now i know how to change basic settings as you can see from my rigs most of them are overclocked but thats becaus ei was able to get exact values people used and tried to match them with mine and from there increse or lower them until it worked

thats why i wanted to get a template from OCN
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This is what works for me on a GA-Z77X-D3H (very similar to UD3H) to overclock my i5-3570k to 4.6 GHz 1.26 V:

1) load defaults
2) set LLC to "Turbo"
3) set CPU multiplier to 46
4) set Vcore to 1.255
5) set XMP profile for the memory

That's it. I think. I hope I didn't forget something.

If you didn't crank up Load Line Calibration (LLC), then do that. Like I mentioned, setting it to "High" or "Turbo" eliminates vdroop completely. You might also want to put "voltage response" to Fast. It's directly above LLC on the same screen.

If LLC was already set, the voltage you mention isn't that strange. If you look around, there are a lot of people that see the same with their Ivy Bridge. Some people have 1.3 V at 4.4 GHz and others have 1.2 V for 5 GHz. There's really no secret setting here. It's lotto. frown.gif

You might try to see what's up at 4.3 and 4.4 GHz. There's about 0.05 or 0.06 V difference for every 0.1 GHz if you are not at the limit. So if you know 4.5 needs 1.33 V, this isn't a strange voltage if 4.4 needs 1.27 V or 1.28 V.
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This is what works for me on a GA-Z77X-D3H (very similar to UD3H) to overclock my i5-3570k to 4.6 GHz 1.26 V:

1) load defaults
2) set LLC to "Turbo"
3) set CPU multiplier to 46
4) set Vcore to 1.255
5) set XMP profile for the memory

That's it. I think. I hope I didn't forget something.

If you didn't crank up Load Line Calibration (LLC), then do that. Like I mentioned, setting it to "High" or "Turbo" eliminates vdroop completely. You might also want to put "voltage response" to Fast. It's directly above LLC on the same screen.

If LLC was already set, the voltage you mention isn't that strange. If you look around, there are a lot of people that see the same with their Ivy Bridge. Some people have 1.3 V at 4.4 GHz and others have 1.2 V for 5 GHz. There's really no secret setting here. It's lotto. frown.gif

You might try to see what's up at 4.3 and 4.4 GHz. There's about 0.05 or 0.06 V difference for every 0.1 GHz if you are not at the limit. So if you know 4.5 needs 1.33 V, this isn't a strange voltage if 4.4 needs 1.27 V or 1.28 V.

It is not nearly as simple as that at times, but it is rather straight forward. Not all chips will hit 4.6 at that low of voltage. BTW, 1.33 is fine for the chip. I do 1.328 idle, 1.312v load, though I have seen some need as much as 1.4v for 4.5. Really depends on the chip, but as the chip doesn't need more than 1.35 for 4.5, your chip is average.
 
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allright guys thanks a bunch this is exactly what i needed he's using a Hyper 212 do you guys recomend bumping it up to 4.5? ATM we have it stable at 4.3ghz temps are in the mid 70s i'll take a look witht he settings you guys provided and see what we can get.
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I have a similar cooler as your buddy. Those 1.26 V I mentioned are the most it can do for daily stuff, I feel. You should look at 4.4 GHz which will perhaps be mid 80s temperatures in stress tests.
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