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i have a problem about whea errors...how to get rid of them sir.?

my temps are ok 69c after intel burn test at max settings and 10 times loop test

here is my settings:

CPU Ratio to default/auto/stock, and set Enhanced Turbo to enabled. In CPU Features set all 4 Core Ratio's to 44X for the test. CPU VDroop set to 100%. CPU Core V to 1.29 coz it boots with this voltage. C1E enabled. Long Duration (s) 60. Secondary Plane 60 (a). Primary and Secondary Plane (w) 250 and cpu pll to 1.5
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

no offense but someone with a P2 X2 unlocked or not trying to tell someone that overclocking a real performing chip like a 3570K
is pointless.....
is in-fact pointless to take you serious....

experience the hardware before you pass judgements.

You assume that i've only done work on a P2? If you would've read my signature you would've seen that i also own and use a 3570k. And that's not where my knowledge and experience is limited, far from it.
Further on you again failed to read that OP's CPU is already delidded. So if you're gonna contribute to this topic, you might want to pay more attention to the details and read up a little.
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Originally Posted by mtcn77 View Post

You don't gain experience nothing by using the hardware. There are conditions to which it complies and you progress further.
I posted a chart from intel launch day which states the chip isn't any faster beyond 1.3v - you better accept it - it's the manufacturer speaking.

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delid that chip because 90C @ 4.5GHz is too too high for my comfort..
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

my condolences on not having a better chip but if it's performing correctly @ 4.5GHz then roll with it.
more reason to upgrade to a 3770K next move..
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3770k is a worthless upgrade for gaming, comming from 3570k why are u recommending this?
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Originally Posted by Maiky View Post

In almost every game I play I get at least a 10-12% boost in max FPS and about 5-7% better min FPS. That means that my gameplay is smoother, especially in heavy scenes. If you are not seeing this increase with your hardware then you need to see what you are doing wrong.
I think it's the other way around. I play lots of games and almost none have benefit from that extra overclock.
Only the most heavy cpu areas in a game would maybe yield another 5 fps average. like you're gonna notice that.
I max every single game 60FPS with a stock 3570k and a 7950 that may need to be OCed in cases like crysis 3.
Other then that, you will not get any noticeable FPS increase from a an overclock that small.

As mentioned before the chip already runs perfectly fine on stock voltage and frequency, OCing for fun is fine with me.
I'm just pointing out that it's not neccesary if you're not benching or doing serious CPU work.

Maybe it's your system whos lacking for not being able to max things on stock settings. Instead of my system that gets the job done perfectly.
I don't care for 64 FPS over 60. As long as i hit 60 i'm good to go. And upping fro 3.8ghz to 4.5 will not make Crysis run on a higher setting e.g from Medium to High.
Nor will you run battlefield from 95 fps to 120fps with an OC on CPU.
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