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post #431 of 511
Wow u may got a good cpu
Just try to Set CPU to 4ghz with 0.9 voltages
If u got some Time i can Tell u via pn anything to Get Yours stable

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Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by sammuslmani View Post

Hi all,
could someone please guide me to overclock my system.i hear you should do it gradually,test,then stop or continue overclocking.
but i have no clue where to start.
it consists of:

i7-4770K
MSI Z87 MPOWER LGA 1150
CORSAIR Hydro Series H110 Extreme Performance(current processor temp is in the upper 20s C after loading.)
G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series PC3 17000 16GB running at 2133 XMP at the moment
XFX Double D 7970 GHz Edition 3GB for video card(did not mess with this here yet)
Samsung 840 Pro SSD 256 GB running WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE 64bit
CORSAIR HX850W PSU
Corsair Vengeance Series C70 case with 6 Noctua Fans all around.

now this MSI board has lots of overclocking buttons(Genie or whatever they call them) and software,but i heard nothing is as stable as changing the numbers manually and testing how the system is going to react.
here's a snap shot of my current:
4-2-2014.png 425k .png file

any expert reply is appreciated.
thanks a mil

 

 I would start out using the MSI OC genie... then use its settings as a guide to manually enter voltages etc for your OC.

 

**the OC genie will likely put you at 4-4.2ghz and Auto set your RAM at the XMP profile... its pretty painless.  ;)

post #433 of 511
Year but oc Genie Put to much vcore...
post #434 of 511
Thank you very much,i'm gonna try that smile.gif
post #435 of 511
ok guys.i tried OC Genie(by pushing the button manually) last night and computer went to the blue screen.has to clear cmos, and repair start up. i tried it again today(from bios),same thing...had to clear cmos and restore to get to windows.obviously OC Genie is not going to work out. any ideas?
thanks
ps:now i see A2 on the small motherboard monitor
post #436 of 511
Thread Starter 

Try these settings:

 

CPU multi - 40x

Ring multi - 40x

SVID - Enabled

VCCIN - 1.8v

Vcore - 1.0v

CPU voltage mode - Override

Vcore offset - '+' .05v

Ring voltage mode - Override

Ring voltage - 1.15v

Ring offset - '+' .05v

 

*Leave ; SA voltage and both Digi and Analog IO's on Auto for now

*Set 1.68v DRAM voltage

*Enable XMP profile for memory - Leave Mem speed and strap on Auto

**MAKE SURE - Memory FastBoot = DISABLED

 

 

Next... you need to 'beef up' your power options a bit. Use the link here -> Power options , as a reference for some of your settings. The above combination will have CPU and Uncore clocked to 4ghz, and RAM set to XMP profile. If those settings stick, runs some stability tests on the rig and attempt to lower voltages more or increase speeds until you run into issues.

post #437 of 511
thanks again.i'll try that
post #438 of 511
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Originally Posted by nascar8rc View Post

I'm new to overclocking and have a question: I have a Intel Core i7 4770k 3.5GHz LGA1150 84W Quad-Core. I went into the UEFI (BIO's) and was going to bump up the CPU Core Ratio but it is on auto and I can not get into it to change it. Is there a feature on this CPU that I have to turn off in order to unlock this or on the motherboard? It's a K series so it should be unlocked right? Please Help...... Thx all.... Sry if this has been previously covered but can't find it if is has been.

My Build:
Motherboard: MSI MPOWER SP
GPU: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX770OC-2GD
Memory: Corsair Dominator 16gb (2x8gb) DDR3 1866
SSD: Corsair Force Series GS 240gb
PSU: Corsair TX850M
Cooling: Corsair H100i
OS: Windows 7 64bit
CPU: Intel Core i7 4770k 3.5GHz 84W


I think I may have messed up my system ... worriedsmiley.gif Need help! Please....
I done an OC and it wouldn't post into Windows 7. I went back into BIO's and reset to default settings and it posted, and I am back in windows 7 but Now I'm getting a runtime error... I am using Malwarebytes and it will not load? I have uninstalled Malwarebytes and tried to reinstall it but it shows a runtime error. What can I do to fix it? Please Help.... sadsmiley.gif
post #439 of 511
Should I:

1) Uninstall Java with REVO Uninstaller
2) Uninstall Malwarebytes with the Malwarebytes Cleaner Utility
3) Re-install Malwarebytes
4) Re-install Java

Would this possibly straighten up everything? Or would I have to do a complete wipe of the ssd?
post #440 of 511
Quote:
Originally Posted by nascar8rc View Post

Should I:

1) Uninstall Java with REVO Uninstaller
2) Uninstall Malwarebytes with the Malwarebytes Cleaner Utility
3) Re-install Malwarebytes
4) Re-install Java

Would this possibly straighten up everything? Or would I have to do a complete wipe of the ssd?

The above worked as far as I can tell ... thumb.gif Java!!! I hate Java!
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