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post #1 of 34
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Hey guys i just got a brand new rig, 4770k haswell, h100i cooler, 750w corsair psu, 1866 dominator platinum ram all on a z87 g45 msi board. Now my issue is i see all these forums saying "oh just bump up the multi and let it roll" and some that say i need to adjust ring voltage and multi and all this other crap, no matter what combination of voltage combos or bumping the cpu multi and ring multi up, as well as vcore and ring voltage up as well, whether the cpu voltage is set to fixed or dynamic or whatever, go to reset, stays at black screen, shuts down, always fails, even when i use oc genie on this board it runs fine at 4ghz, which i cant even say is an oc because the damn thing turbo's to 3.9 anyhow.. regardless, runs fine, even during prime, go to run a game, bsod all day.. i mean did i get the ****tiest chip on earth? is there something im missing? i mean i know even crap chips can run up to 4.4/4.5 without much of an issue. any help would be appreciated.
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post #2 of 34
Try updating to the newest bios, and start again.
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Have you even read the haswell over-clocking guides for your CPU?...
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post #4 of 34
Which Corsair PSU you dont say

And if its a CX750M then thats your problem or part of it
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post #5 of 34
It sounds to me like you're just willy-nilly selecting voltages and crossing your fingers. You need to isolate components and voltages when you OC so if you encounter instabilities, you know exactly what is causing it.

Read the Haswell OC Guide and start your OC from the ground up, after reading and understanding the guide. If you need help with anything in the guide, ask there and you'll likely get help quickly.
post #6 of 34
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why would a cx750m be a problem? my old 750 thermaltake oc'd my old system like a champ while running dual sli as well, am i missing something? as for the haswell yes im new to it, honestly up till a few days ago ive always had an amd, was very simple to oc, but ive also known older intel oc's werent too hard, is haswell completely different? i mean ive seen guides for the chip and what not but it just seems my bios has so many damn options no guide can cover them all unless its specifically a g45 msi forum which again most of those guys are like, bump these 3 things up and ur good... and as for psu do i need to go up to a 1k or something or what? i have a chance right now to swap out if i need to but i dont wanna wait too long. thanks again for helping an intel noob lol.. oh and i did update bios from 1.2 to 1.5
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post #7 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fire0fear View Post

why would a cx750m be a problem? my old 750 thermaltake oc'd my old system like a champ while running dual sli as well, am i missing something? as for the haswell yes im new to it, honestly up till a few days ago ive always had an amd, was very simple to oc, but ive also known older intel oc's werent too hard, is haswell completely different? i mean ive seen guides for the chip and what not but it just seems my bios has so many damn options no guide can cover them all unless its specifically a g45 msi forum which again most of those guys are like, bump these 3 things up and ur good... and as for psu do i need to go up to a 1k or something or what? i have a chance right now to swap out if i need to but i dont wanna wait too long. thanks again for helping an intel noob lol.. oh and i did update bios from 1.2 to 1.5

You cant overclock with a CX750M its not made to withstand that kind of abuse

Its cheap for a reason becasue its a cheap basic PSU that is not very well made and is full of cheap parts like CapXon caps

Think your PSU is whats holding your overclock back

Oh and the CX is not made by Corsair if you did not know already
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post #8 of 34
People need to understand the quality that is put into power supplies... before over-clocking..
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post #9 of 34
Get a really good quality PSU and read the haswell overclocking guide and understand it and then proceed with caution in overclocking and you will do fine smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by benjamen50 View Post

People need to understand the quality that is put into power supplies... before over-clocking..

This

Many seems to think the CX is good because its says Corsair on the box

But its not made by Corsair so the brand has zero to do how good a PSU is
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