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I have an i7 3770k on an Asrock Extreme 6 motherboard. I've been trying to overclokc it for a bit now and just seem to keep getting some kind of BSD down the road somewhere using Fixed Voltage so I'm gonna try and use the Offset like I see a lot of people using. I read artound and fount out that people are saying to use the Turbo Boost 30 setting enabled, and set the all core to what I want preferably start low and work my way up for stability purposes of course. Thing is on my Asrock 6 mobo, when I enable the Turbo boost 30 setting, it automatically sets it up to all core 47, and the offset volt to like +0.085 and then the other setting which says like IGPU or something to Offset volt @ like +0.125. My thing is that is all enabled I was gonna set the all core to around 40 but what should I do for the 2 voltage settings? I think those auto input #'s seem crazy high. Should I turn the IGPU voltage thing to auto? and what does a normal offset for an i7 3770k @ 4.0ghz sound like? I've looked around at all the forum threads But they only allowed me to understand what everything can do but not what to try and start out at # wise.
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Bump, Anyone. I'd greatly appreciate any info.
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Here is the guide I followed. Very concise and easy to understand.
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Yea I fount that, such an amazing thread post up indeed. Just dont know where to start at offset voltage wise @ 4.0ghz. Not sure if I should go -0.00 something or go +0.00 something. then gradually go up from there the higher I overclock.
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If you follow the guide (for a turbo overclock), it states to start off with a +0.005v and find the highest multiplier that you can get. Overclocking is not something you can really set and forget. You have to devote a decent amount of time to find what voltages work for you and what speeds you can achieve without reaching too many volts or generating too much heat.

Edit:

I am at 4.3GHz with +0.005v.

Edit 2:

I neglected to mention that your turbo voltage offset should be +0.004v.
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If you follow the guide (for a turbo overclock), it states to start off with a +0.005v and find the highest multiplier that you can get. Overclocking is not something you can really set and forget. You have to devote a decent amount of time to find what voltages work for you and what speeds you can achieve without reaching too many volts or generating too much heat.

Edit:

I am at 4.3GHz with +0.005v.

Edit 2:

I neglected to mention that your turbo voltage offset should be +0.004v.

Ok coll im gonna give that a try then, thanks. I'll start it at 4.0ghz @ +0.05v offset mode. And set the turbo offset voltage to +0.04v. And slowly raise the core clock speed until it isnt stable anymore. Then from there raise the offset Voltage up.
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