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ASROCK Z77 Extreme 4 and 3570k at 4700Mhz and 4800Mhz stable bios settings with ddr2400 ram speed

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Many like a reference for their hardware and I got a lot from this forum in the how to section and need to share this link there without clogging the thread.


I will post bios pics and ss's of stability/benches here for any it can help.

the first ones shown will be using Turbo boost volts to manage my voltage and then I will post my settings using offset voltage. I'll post using fixed after those are completed.

The hardware Is all in my sig...





Edited by MattBaneLM - 7/29/16 at 10:37am
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Using offset voltage to get to 4700Mhz

Interesting I couldn't use xmp2 profile 2 settings





Edited by MattBaneLM - 7/29/16 at 4:18pm
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And with fixed voltage now-

I'm fully aware of the following comments-
only 1 hr super pi...
not everyones hardware is the same etc
and I can tighten the above settings further but this was just to demonstrate the three ways to play with cpu voltage on this board




Edited by MattBaneLM - 7/29/16 at 7:11pm
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Much appreciated mate!
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Much appreciated mate!

my pleasure. hit me up for any more help

testing with ram timings 10-11-11-28 at @ 2400 1.70v
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prime95 for about 1.20hrs



btw when running prime I also open about 7-8 IE tabs to see if windows features start failing as I have run prime with no errors for 3 hrs till I opened up my browser during stress
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thought I would keep posting interesting progress here...

4700Mhz and my ddr2400 oc'd to 2600


also guys if you want to achieve a lesser oc give me the Mhz you wanna hit and i'll show you my stings stable at that speed!!!
ill add requests to the first post and get to em as I can

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took a while to get 4800Mhz to hold up for prime with IE running multiple windows.
Sum checking and round off checking enabled in prime too btw.

I did test this with prime95 for over an hour and fine. highest temp on one core was 93deg. accidentally closed the window.
I doubt I will be able to raise ram frequency given it will raise my temps and they are already high.... anyone knowing which voltage combo would keeps temp down the best?




Edited by MattBaneLM - 7/31/16 at 1:13am
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Any idea what the error codes on Dr Debug of 70, 71 and 6A are caused by? I seem to get all three when trying to go above 4.6ghz. According to the manual they are all related to north/south bridge initialization but I'm not too sure if its an indication of not enough voltage or something else?

Thanks for the help smile.gif
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Any idea what the error codes on Dr Debug of 70, 71 and 6A are caused by? I seem to get all three when trying to go above 4.6ghz. According to the manual they are all related to north/south bridge initialization but I'm not too sure if its an indication of not enough voltage or something else?

Thanks for the help smile.gif

im assuming you have set ram to a low frequency and loose timings already so it doesn't interfere for now.? ruling out IMC alone it could be more cpu volts
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