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Hello, im a bit new to overclock but i have a question. i got an i7 3770k and i wanna know if i can overclock my BLCK/FSB speed more than 105.0 and if i can how? i need to overclock this more than that but everytime i do it my screen freeze and i have to restart with the button. plz help me that will be really funny ty =)



MY motherboard is p8z77 v-lx
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As far as I know with Ivy Bridge, the BCLK should not be set any higher than 100.0 MHz for normal overclocking; all overclocking is done by raising the multiplier. This is definitely the way it is for Sandy Bridge and I'm pretty sure that this is the way it is for Ivy as well.

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As far as I know with Ivy Bridge, the BCLK should not be set any higher than 100.0 MHz for normal overclocking; all overclocking is done by raising the multiplier. This is definitely the way it is for Sandy Bridge and I'm pretty sure that this is the way it is for Ivy as well.

Yeh, I thought with Ivy you shouldn't raise the BCLK and just raise the multiplier.
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Intel has stated that 5-7 percent is as far as BCLK adjustments go under normal circumstances. As such 105 is a pretty high BCLK for Ivy Bridge, and you're not going to get much farther than that.
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There's really no need to adjust it anyway unless you're overclocked extremely high and you can't get past your current multiplier. In a situation like that, you'd just begin increasing the BCLK. So, leave it at 100.0 MHz.

 

You can also increase the BCLK to overclock the memory, but I would recommend either leaving the memory at stock, or just simply choosing the next speed up.

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Then what would be a good cpu to overclock BLCK ? AMD or another intel?
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Then what would be a good cpu to overclock BLCK ? AMD or another intel?

 

Either the 1st Generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPUs, or AMD.

 

Why do you want to overclock the BCLK? Do you want it to be more difficult than simply increasing the multiplier? An overclocked 3770K is quite a force to be reckoned with...

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Either the 1st Generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPUs, or AMD.

Why do you want to overclock the BCLK? Do you want it to be more difficult than simply increasing the multiplier? An overclocked 3770K is quite a force to be reckoned with...

I used to overclock my old prebuilt Acer Q6600 with setfsb, and got it pretty stable. With the mb Acer put on that thing, it was the only way to get some OC to it, but it was stable at all, and usually went from 2.4 stock to 3.0 (raising multiplier and FSB) without raising vcore on a oem HSF tower cooler (deep cool or something like that, it looked like a 212 evo).
In the end, starved at 3.0, as it could not got higher without raising vcore, and it wasn't possible to set it due to crappy default bios
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I used to overclock my old prebuilt Acer Q6600 with setfsb, and got it pretty stable. With the mb Acer put on that thing, it was the only way to get some OC to it, but it was stable at all, and usually went from 2.4 stock to 3.0 (raising multiplier and FSB) without raising vcore on a oem HSF tower cooler (deep cool or something like that, it looked like a 212 evo).
In the end, starved at 3.0, as it could not got higher without raising vcore, and it wasn't possible to set it due to crappy default bios

 

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What are you saying?

You told "1st generation of i5-i7", I just added that I used to do that (overclock using FSB instead of multiplier) with an old Q6600.
    
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