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My i7 5820k overclocking results - Page 2

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Originally Posted by black06g85 View Post

not too familiar with the 5820's but I know my 5930 doesn't like much added voltage. runs at 4.4ghz at 1.22v (24/7 fah stable) actually crashed on me at 1.26v.
start at stock voltage and increase the clocks until it won't boot/pass stress test, then just add a slight amount of volts at a time until it's stable.
I also have a question for you, what would I do if my PC doesn't boot from OC settings? I don't have CMOS button on the X99 Sabertooth, would the only way to revert changes is to take the battery out ?
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Originally Posted by duckyboy View Post

I also have a question for you, what would I do if my PC doesn't boot from OC settings? I don't have CMOS button on the X99 Sabertooth, would the only way to revert changes is to take the battery out ?

kinda late response but the sabertooth has something better than a reset cmos button. Download the asus tuf detective app and there is an option to clear cmos. Just plug your phone into the tuf detective usb port on ur mobo run the app and clear smos with your pc off. so easy no need to even open your case one of my fave features.
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