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Okay guys,i guess i'm back in business.I disabled the TPU and now it shows bus speed 100mhz redface.gif
thx two cables?
right now i am having 1.270 as core voltage? what u guys suggest? increase decrease ? and by how much?
any other changes in other settings?

 

Wow yes! You're welcome. :)

 

1.270 in the UEFI? Or is that in CPU-Z? Before I see your answer, just know that it's always recommended to increase your core voltage when your system isn't stable due to overclocking.

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Okay guys,i guess i'm back in business.I disabled the TPU and now it shows bus speed 100mhz redface.gif
thx two cables?
right now i am having 1.270 as core voltage? what u guys suggest? increase decrease ? and by how much?
any other changes in other settings?

I think around 1.300 is usually good enough for 4.5 on most chips. And go ahead to try your 2133mhz ram settings again.
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small update..when i set 1.270 voltage i couldn't log in..means bsod..then i changed CPU vcore to 1.3 and here im now typing..
btw there is another little change in bios after i disabled TPU..turbo ratio is greyed out and to do the changes i have to go to CPU POWER MANAGMENT

AFTERtpuchanged.jpg 440k .jpg file
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hey guys i just ran test with prime..previously i use to get bsod after 5mins with prime95 but this time it kept goin for 15 mins but temps were high so i stopped it.
have a look and advice

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small update..when i set 1.270 voltage i couldn't log in..means bsod..then i changed CPU vcore to 1.3 and here im now typing..
btw there is another little change in bios after i disabled TPU..turbo ratio is greyed out and to do the changes i have to go to CPU POWER MANAGMENT

AFTERtpuchanged.jpg 440k .jpg file

Set the CPU ratio to Auto under CPU power management, then it should allow you to change it.
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hey guys i just ran test with prime..previously i use to get bsod after 5mins with prime95 but this time it kept goin for 15 mins but temps were high so i stopped it.
have a look and advice

hightemps.jpg 281k .jpg file

Can you take a picture of your CPU voltage settings in the bios? Where you set it manually to 1.3v.
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Add images instead of attachments @OP. redface.gif


People hate downloading images to view your problem. I'm not getting a virus that way. lol
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Add images instead of attachments @OP. redface.gif


People hate downloading images to view your problem. I'm not getting a virus that way. lol

 

This.

 

At first it was ok, but it's getting to be a bit much. Just use "Insert Image". Don't "Attach" them.

 

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I think around 1.300 is usually good enough for 4.5 on most chips. And go ahead to try your 2133mhz ram settings again.


 In my observations of the 2500K over the years here on OCN, 1.35V is usually needed for 4.5 GHz.


Edited by TwoCables - 7/10/16 at 7:18pm
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post #38 of 102
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Ok here's new update.as i mentioned previously i can't even pass 4.1, well i tried with 43xmultiplier with 1.3volts and tried prime95..but stopped after 5mins as temps were almost touching 90c.
just for the sake of testing with the same v core i tried with 44 multiplier and this time i was able to logged into windows unlike earlier it's always bsod even before win logo shows up . And now when i tried prime95 ,bsod instantly.

So below is my current settings with everything just multiplier is 43



Spred spectrum is disabled



here multipleir is 43...

post #39 of 102
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eagerly waiting for your instructions guys. rolleyes.gif
post #40 of 102
First do a cmos
Remount cpu cooler with new tmi
Don't touch any settings in bios
Except manual overckock, change multiplier to 42 and set voltage at 1.25v manual and put LLC at 75% or ultra.
Save a reboot
Test with prime95 report temps and results
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