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Would this be correct to overclocking a i7 4770K on a Gigabyte Z87X-OC board. Set the multiplier to 45 then set the vcore to the one that you think is right after that I would save it and start stress testing.
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This was to make sure I was doing it correct.
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You should increase the mutiplier until it starts to blue screen, then carefull add a little more voltage and repeat.

Here's a guide: http://www.overclock.net/t/1401976/the-gigabyte-z87-haswell-overclocking-oc-guide

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Thanks, I looked on the guide and I found things about Vring and VRIN could I set it to AUTO since I don't know much about it?
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You have a very nice mobo for overclocking. For starters set you vcore @ 1.25 and your multiplier @ 45, & your blck @ 100mhz. That will give you a place to start @ for a 4.5ghz overclock. Run Aida stresstest for several hours to confirm your overclock, or increase your vcore as needed to get your 4.5ghz overclock stable.

Thats as simple as I can put it man, hope that helps.
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Originally Posted by tdesbien31 View Post

You have a very nice mobo for overclocking. For starters set you vcore @ 1.25 and your multiplier @ 45, & your blck @ 100mhz. That will give you a place to start @ for a 4.5ghz overclock. Run Aida stresstest for several hours to confirm your overclock, or increase your vcore as needed to get your 4.5ghz overclock stable.

Thats as simple as I can put it man, hope that helps.
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Would this be correct to overclocking a i7 4770K on a Gigabyte Z87X-OC board. Set the multiplier to 45 then set the vcore to the one that you think is right after that I would save it and start stress testing.
Yeah, that is what you basically do to overclock.
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