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that's called silicon lottery.

No it's not, it's called buggy AI suite software. Booting 7GHz on air isn't possible with Haswell.
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post #12 of 18
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No it's not, it's called buggy AI suite software. Booting 7GHz on air isn't possible with Haswell.
^This. Even the best highest clocking silicon wouldn't boot at 7.1GHz on AIR, only possible with LN2.
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^This. Even the best highest clocking silicon wouldn't boot at 7.1GHz on AIR, only possible with LN2.

I was thinking it would boot and last 20 seconds, then crash or throttle as the CPU becomes unstable and/or heats up to its max temperature.

I’ve booted up old CPUs into Windows without any heatsink whatsoever to do quick BIOS tests and to see how long it takes for them to heat up.
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I was thinking it would boot and last 30 seconds, then crash or throttle as the CPU becomes unstable and/or heats up to its max temperature.

Nope, the best silicon in existence might be able to last 30 seconds at ~5.5GHz. Past that you're not going to boot at all.
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This was the first time i tried to overclock my build, so i tried it with ai 3 first and as you can see in the video my processor speed just kept increasing so i got worried and stopped the test, then it went through the rest of the test and rebooted.

I then went to check my speed in task manager but it still said 3.5 GHz and also in CPU-Z.

I looked up a video on youtube and read the post on here about how to do it manually and then when i booted into the bios the target was set to 7120.0 and also beside all the core ratio's it had 71 in the box


So i tried it manually to try and get 4.6Ghz all seamed to work fine but it still says 3.5GHz in task manager

I have my power set to balanced and the only other thing i can think of that might be affecting it is Processor Power management

If i go into my power options then Processor Power management what i see here is an option called Processor performance core parking min cores

Its set to 100% and there is no min or max setting either

Can anyone tell me what i have done wrong here

Thanks

Jay
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

okay,you need to download either cpu-z or hwmonitor and tell us what clock they report.
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Why are you trying to overclock to 7GHz with regular air cooling (and medicore RAM too)? You'll fry your CPU.

Clear your CMOS and do a reasonable manual overclock of <5GHz.

I wasn't, that was the first time I tried it using Ai suite 3 and that's how fast it went and it could of went higher if I didn't stop it.

I taught that the pc should of shut its self down automatically once it hit a point it couldn't handle

I live in Ireland and its very cold here at the moment, my studio's average temperature is between 10-22 degrees celsius from morning to night, maybe that had a part to play plus my cooler is massive and i have 3 fans installed, i did that test in the morning too.

I have tried to manual oc but it don't tell me in task manager that my speed has increased it always stays at 3.5GHz

Thanks for your reply and help would be great

Jay
Edited by JayHatchell - 1/27/16 at 3:38pm
post #17 of 18
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I wasn't, that was the first time I tried it using Ai suite 3 and that's how fast it went and it could of went higher if I didn't stop it.

I taught that the pc should of shut its self down automatically once it hit a point it couldn't handle

I live in Ireland and its very cold here at the moment, my studio's average temperature is between 10-22 degrees celsius from morning to night, maybe that had a part to play plus my cooler is massive and i have 3 fans installed, i did that test in the morning too.

I have tried to manual oc but it don't tell me in task manager that my speed has increased it always stays at 3.5GHz

Thanks for your reply and help would be great

Jay

As the others have suggested, try using "CPU-Z" and "HW-monitor" - Taskmanager might not accurately report overclocked CPU speeds. If even CPU-Z and HW-monitor tells you that you aren't overclocked, then try uninstalling all the software overclocking tools, and then try the manual motherboard BIOS overclock again.
post #18 of 18
Reset your bios and unistall AI suite.... overclock using the bios its the only way to get a dependable overclock and really easy with the K models
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