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Asus p8z77 M pro overclock i5 3570k any suggestions ?

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hi overclockers i need help with oc mine system any suggestions ?
i whant 4.0ghz not to much and test it if mine cooler can handle it or not, how much temps i will get while playing games..

thanks for any help thumb.gif

peace.


cpu: i5 3570k 3.4ghz
motherboard: asus p8z77-M pro
cpu cooler: cooler master hyper 212 plus with two fans i have installed
corsair 16gig 1600mhz ddr3
psu: corsair tx650w v2

Edited by sabirsiz - 7/31/13 at 6:03am
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no one helps on this forum bahh thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
i tought get some advice...
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Originally Posted by sabirsiz View Post

no one helps on this forum bahh thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
i tought get some advice...

C'mon, don't be like that, there's a great community here but we can't all just be sitting at our screens all day, right?
Easiest way i find to OC LGA1155 CPU's is just to raise the multiplier and set the VCore to 'Normal' or 'Auto'. That way the mobo decides on a safe voltage depending on what you set your multiplier and you don't have to fiddle around with other settings.

If you find the voltage that the mobo sets is a little high or too hot, you could try reducing it by small increments and stress testing to see what's safe and not too hot. Play around with it until you find a stable overclock, some chips overclock better than others.
   
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Gimme gimme gimme! biggrin.gif
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Take a look at the Ivy Bridge Stable/Suicide Club thread and the Asus Ivy Bridge Overclocking Guide thread. They are both long, but chock full of information about your Motherboard/CPU combo.

Meanwhile, here's a simple answer: Just set the CPU multplier to 40 on all cores in the BIOS and try it out. Many 3570k's will do 4.0GHz without additional cooling or voltage. Your Hyper 212 should handle the heat at that overclock without diffculty as long as it is mounted correctly.
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