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ASRock z75 pro 3 w/ 3570k hyper 212

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Looking to overclock my build and when i'm in BIOS it says "intel hyper threading technology not supported" Obviously due to the fact that it's a 3570k it is overclockable and the asrock mobo can overclock but, it should say enabled/disabled. How do I overclock if this persists?
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Hyper Threading just means it would add the extra logical cores that the i7 CPU's have. That alone has nothing to do with overclocking.

I would recommend checking out this thread HERE to get you started.
    
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Currently looking like this

https://gyazo.com/b9cdb15c15cada04f114cf959b779755

https://gyazo.com/b2007c20b832b4ebb79599d51d80cbdc

https://gyazo.com/ebcc75e1da6800abb354eb9ea85f6752

Temps staying around 90c, that seems high to me, should I change anything?
Edited by KeepItTrill - 1/23/16 at 11:25pm
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what programs did you use to stress that cpu & what cooler do you use ? also that temperature seems too high for me for that vcore & freq
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212 Evo and the P95 program
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Only I7s and i3s have hyper threading for Intel. Turn that setting off for the i5. 90C is extremely high (probably 10-15c from thermal shutdown). What cooler/Motherboard are you using?
post #7 of 10
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Both of those questions are answered in the post, asrock z75 and a hyper 212
post #8 of 10
That is your fully loaded temperature/voltage? Voltage wise you are okay. Temps are about 10-15*C too high.

I'd aim for 80*C max. Since your voltage is pretty good for 4.2Ghz, I'm guessing you might be able to get temperatures down further with a bit of work. Try repasting the heatsink and possibly running a more powerful fan on it. The 212 is a good heatsink but the fan that coolermaster sells it with is rather poor. Does your case have good airflow?


Try putting the paste like this:



When you clamp it down, it will spread across the surface of the heatsink and give you a nice mount.
Edited by Vario - 1/24/16 at 6:17am
    
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That is your fully loaded temperature/voltage? Voltage wise you are okay. Temps are about 10-15*C too high.

I'd aim for 80*C max. Since your voltage is pretty good for 4.2Ghz, I'm guessing you might be able to get temperatures down further with a bit of work. Try repasting the heatsink and possibly running a more powerful fan on it. The 212 is a good heatsink but the fan that coolermaster sells it with is rather poor. Does your case have good airflow?


Just that dot is the paste?

Try putting the paste like this:



When you clamp it down, it will spread across the surface of the heatsink and give you a nice mount.
post #10 of 10
The person taking that picture filled the voids between the copper and aluminum sections with a "tint" of arctic silver but that is not necessary. All you need is that dot of paste in the center. Aim for a pea sized amount. Clamping down will spread it.
    
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