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Thanks again, you answered many of my questions in just two posts. I just went into the bios and changed the multiplier to 42 and it seems to be running smooth and got all pass marks in that prime95 program (ran it for 2 hours) and temps never went above the high 60's. Also, using the new format, my gpu clocked in at 1250/1750 for about 30 minutes and the temps were in the mid 70's on average but did hit 79 for a bit (fan speed was 70%). I can maybe go higher but it seems to run smooth when playing Crysis 3 on highest settings, with a 1080p screen.

I can't thank you enough for the help, funny how it all happened in the introduction thread!

I'm personally very impatient, so tried to communicate what I though you'd "need to know" first to start into OC'ing wink.gif Enjoy your rough overclock performance for the moment and start playing around with them and you'll find it just sounds more intimidating than it actually it thumb.gif

at 1080p your setup will crush nearly anything (aside from some high AA), 1440p will start pushing it from my experience.

GPU is pretty much as simple as you've experienced so far, once you start getting crashes, just raise clocks in smaller increments (if you want to absolutely max your card that is). Try and keep max load temps <80C.

CPU for ivy is pretty simple as well.
Vcore - increase for higher frequency (you WILL hit a wall at some point at which temps get out of control, silicon lottery for how high you get before this). 1.35V tends to be the recommended "high" voltage, past that you may risk damage to the chip, but I've seen members running theirs at 1.5V to achieve the clocks they WANT. At that point depends if $ (or rather ¥) is tight, or if you think you'll be rebuilding the computer regularly (in which case the possible decrease in life-span from high voltage doesn't matter!)
PLL - lowering PLL voltage helps control temps, but at higher clocks may need raised to help stability. Personal experience, I haven't found this to be true but may just be for LN2/phase type OC's since I'm running 1.72 vs 1.80 at 4.8ghz.
LLC - "clean"er voltage delivery the higher you go with the settings, but (I believe) increased temps as well; helps control stability.

Past those I really don't goof with much, ivy is pretty simple to OC. Haswell is a completely different machine from what I'm seeing... pretty happy with my ivy at the moment, just think my mobo is dying tongue.gif
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I'm personally very impatient, so tried to communicate what I though you'd "need to know" first to start into OC'ing wink.gif Enjoy your rough overclock performance for the moment and start playing around with them and you'll find it just sounds more intimidating than it actually it thumb.gif

at 1080p your setup will crush nearly anything (aside from some high AA), 1440p will start pushing it from my experience.

GPU is pretty much as simple as you've experienced so far, once you start getting crashes, just raise clocks in smaller increments (if you want to absolutely max your card that is). Try and keep max load temps <80C.

CPU for ivy is pretty simple as well.
Vcore - increase for higher frequency (you WILL hit a wall at some point at which temps get out of control, silicon lottery for how high you get before this). 1.35V tends to be the recommended "high" voltage, past that you may risk damage to the chip, but I've seen members running theirs at 1.5V to achieve the clocks they WANT. At that point depends if $ (or rather ¥) is tight, or if you think you'll be rebuilding the computer regularly (in which case the possible decrease in life-span from high voltage doesn't matter!)
PLL - lowering PLL voltage helps control temps, but at higher clocks may need raised to help stability. Personal experience, I haven't found this to be true but may just be for LN2/phase type OC's since I'm running 1.72 vs 1.80 at 4.8ghz.
LLC - "clean"er voltage delivery the higher you go with the settings, but (I believe) increased temps as well; helps control stability.

Past those I really don't goof with much, ivy is pretty simple to OC. Haswell is a completely different machine from what I'm seeing... pretty happy with my ivy at the moment, just think my mobo is dying tongue.gif

He strikes again, thanks!
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