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post #11 of 18
i run my 2500k @ 4.7ghz @ 1.45v
i can post my bios settings when i get home from work.

EDIT: saw you posted for a 2550k not 2500k, nevermind. good luck.

but try 4.7 @ 1.45v anyway!
Edited by discoprince - 10/3/13 at 5:08pm
post #12 of 18
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the internal PLL overvoltage was enable.
post #13 of 18
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did you have to increase your voltage 1.45 when you put it to 4.7? what was it before you put it a 4.7 was it slightly lower, and was your voltage before you where at 4.7.
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ugh. what im trying to say is. at 4.7 your voltage is 1.45. what was your cpu speed before, and did you have to increase your voltage when you set your cpu at 4.7.

because at 4.6 i have it set at 1.4. but if i go higher it crashes.
post #15 of 18
I have that same mb. It is pretty good for a 4.5, but I don't know how much more you'll get out of it. I usually run 4.5 at 1.320 max vcore with my 2500k on this board. I've heard it can't really handle the higher oc's like the z77a-gd65 can, believe it just doesn't have great power delivery. Not trying to discourage you or anything, but you might be at the limits of the mb. Just my thoughts tho.
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I have that same mb. It is pretty good for a 4.5, but I don't know how much more you'll get out of it. I usually run 4.5 at 1.320 max vcore with my 2500k on this board. I've heard it can't really handle the higher oc's like the z77a-gd65 can, believe it just doesn't have great power delivery. Not trying to discourage you or anything, but you might be at the limits of the mb. Just my thoughts tho.

 

Yeah, it's not that great of a motherboard. 4.6 GHz might be the limit of this motherboard for overclocking the 2550K.

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I have that same mb. It is pretty good for a 4.5, but I don't know how much more you'll get out of it. I usually run 4.5 at 1.320 max vcore with my 2500k on this board. I've heard it can't really handle the higher oc's like the z77a-gd65 can, believe it just doesn't have great power delivery. Not trying to discourage you or anything, but you might be at the limits of the mb. Just my thoughts tho.

 

Yeah, it's not that great of a motherboard. 4.6 GHz might be the limit of this motherboard for overclocking the 2550K.

 

Also, the difference between 4.6 and 4.8 GHz is only 200 MHz. You're not going to notice a difference whatsoever unless you're doing professional competitive overclocking and benchmarking.

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post #18 of 18
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ok guys, thanks for the hlep. i really appreciate. i had two sabertooths before, and they both broke within a year, so intead of spending alot of money on a motherboard i bought this msi, it was very cheap, and i was feeling down because i spent alot of money on the sabertooths and both went , so if it where to happen again i wouldn't feel bad because the msi was cheap and on sale. thanks for the advice, i really appreciate. and from my experience never buy a sabertooth.
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