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Okay so I have a horrible 3570k chip it overclocks very badly. I am using a z77a-g45 gaming motherboard, Thor v2 case, 8gig of 2133 g.skill ram, 560ti gpu, Kingston hyper x 128g SSD and a 212 hyper evo Coolermaster cpu cooler.

The click 2 bios will not allow me to save the manually OC through Standard mode, but the Oc genie 2 will work (Crashes a lot with their 1.27 voltage its set to.) The only way I can manually Oc and have it save is if I go through the OC genie 2 and alter those settings, which it doesn't recommend you doing. Everything else but the OC will save on the standard manually bios options. I reapplied thermal paste 3 times because of high temps, thinking maybe I did it wrong, but I didn't.

Now when I boot and it reaches desktop there is a weird lag where programs open very slowly and my network connection has a loading symbol on it. The only program that will start right away is my google chrome. After about a minute everything works fine. I never had the weird lag before OCing, but now even without the OC it does it.


Anyways here are some overclock ghz and temps using aida64




IDLE 4.0ghz 1.20 volt


LOAD 4.0ghz 1.20volt


IDLE 4.1 ghz 1.20 volt


LOAD 4.1ghz 1.20 volt


LOAD 4.2ghz 1.30 volt


IDLE 4.4ghz


LOAD 4.4ghz (mind you it was like 80-90 ambient degrees in my room)



The heat for the cpu is huge still despite the 4 case fans, no dust and the 212 hyper evo. The required voltage probably could be pumped higher a bit for each of these, but my temperatures already are 70+.

Any suggestions on temps and oc, and especially on the lag on boot?

Here is my Non Oc'd turbo boost temperatures which are high as hell.



The ambient temperature in my room is like 70 maybe lower. I am positive I applied thermal paste correctly, just a peasized dab in the middle and then I put the heatsink on and cross pattern screwed it. This is worrisome. I'd at least like a 4.4ghz Oc but will take 4.2ghz, however I need it to be like 50-60 degrees in my room for the temps to be safe to play and that only happens at night.
Edited by RelapseespaleR - 6/2/14 at 11:26pm
post #2 of 8
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Well I fixed the stuttering and slow load, for some reason updating my adapter's software to a newer driver fixed that. However my temps still suck.
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I finally figured out how to get the manually oc to stick instead of changing the Oc genie 2 values.

What I had to do is press f6 in the click 2 bios to completely reset everything (Apparently removing the cmos battery didn't work) and then for the life of me I couldn't figure out why it wouldn't let me change the PLL values, I'd click and use the arrows and hit enter to try to change them. Low and behold it only changes with "+" and "-" keys.
I appear to be stable at 4.2 ghz 1.160 voltage(Although I may have to bump it up a little more) PLL 1.5V, but there are a few problems my DDR 2133 ram BSOD the computer if I set it to XMP settings, but If I keep it at 1600 it works fine and my temperatures are still quite high for a 1.160 voltage. I am positive I applied thermal paste right and seated the 212 hyper evo correctly.


Edited by RelapseespaleR - 6/3/14 at 2:59pm
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So no one has any suggestions? I find 74 degrees too high for a 4.2ghz oc and pretty low voltage.
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What's the voltage you're putting into CPU at 4.2 GHz?
Edited by benjamen50 - 6/3/14 at 6:38pm
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post #6 of 8
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Stable is 1.170 volts for a 4.2ghz OC, however 1 program in particular crashes still; Star craft 2. PLL 1.5V The voltage is quite decent, however the heat output is quite a bit and my case has 4 fans and I have a 212 hyper evo on the cpu.
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Sorry if I missed this, but have you tried to overclock using the bios?

 

Also with ivy bridge you can get away with only changing 3 settings: cpu multiplier, cpu vcore and DRAM voltage.  In general there is no need to change any other settings.

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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

Sorry if I missed this, but have you tried to overclock using the bios?

Also with ivy bridge you can get away with only changing 3 settings: cpu multiplier, cpu vcore and DRAM voltage.  In general there is no need to change any other settings.
Yeah that is what I did, under the bios. I was able to get a stable 1.170 volt 4.2ghz oc, but the temps were still in the low 70s and StarCraft 2 kept crashing so I removed the OC.
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