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Why don't you post that opinion in the delided club and see how quickly everyone pulls the pitchforks on you?

Would that make me wrong? The chips have been tested, Intel knows they run hot, getting temps down by delidding is not something that is a must, its just something that can be done.
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Would that make me wrong? The chips have been tested, Intel knows they run hot, getting temps down by delidding is not something that is a must, its just something that can be done.

 

You're right, of course, but take a moment and think. You're on an overclocking forum. There are a lot of things that aren't a must, and that just simply can be done.

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You're right, of course, but take a moment and think. You're on an overclocking forum. There are a lot of things that aren't a must, and that just simply can be done.

I am not against it in any way, don't get me wrong. But in reality, getting the lowest possible temps isn't a must. My 3570k at 4.6 is more than enough, but I can run it as 5.0 if I want to use higher voltage and risk degradation. I don't REALLY need 4.6, but yes I enjoy getting it there and knowing its stable.
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I am not against it in any way, don't get me wrong. But in reality, getting the lowest possible temps isn't a must. My 3570k at 4.6 is more than enough, but I can run it as 5.0 if I want to use higher voltage and risk degradation. I don't REALLY need 4.6, but yes I enjoy getting it there and knowing its stable.
You don't need it, someone else does.
You're in the wrong place to brag about the Ghz you don't need.
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You don't need it, someone else does.
You're in the wrong place to brag about the Ghz you don't need.

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Hey dude, when overclocking, you have to think about PowerSaving technology...
i think you should disable C-state support, C6, C3, and intel adaptative HW monitor options, try a reboot.
the best way to overclock an intel -K CPU is to use multiplicator instead of the FSB frequency itself (intel common working max fsb should be around 107mhz, depend each cpu+mobo configuration.


If it doesn't help you, it could be nice to know the bios version and model of your mobo and it's name wink.gif
about memory, try with only one installed on the other bus you used to..

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post #27 of 27
You need to raise your VTT voltage, per the BSOD OC list: 0x9C = QPI/VTT most likely, but increasing vcore has helped in some instances


Your bluescreen ends in 9c, I had this same problem, I kicked my VTT voltage up a little bit and it worked great.

Just go 1 notch at a time when selecting the VTT voltage, and report back thumb.gif

Just don't go unreasonably high, my 3570k @ 4.5ghz needs 1.094v on VTT to be stable, so I imagine you shouldn't need any more than that.



EDIT: Saw the earlier post, I hope you see this before you buy a new CPU
Edited by Bl00dyMurd3r - 7/30/13 at 9:37am
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