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I have had this CPU for 3 years, and am just now getting into overclocking it. How does this look? I have only really messed with the CPU voltage setting, and the bclock, keeping the multiplier at 21x.

I seem to have achieved pretty good speed and temps considering the voltage - almost too good. Am I doing something wrong or something right?

Ha, any input would be appreciated.

Thanks!

*Also, I did test with LinX, IntelBurnTest, and Prime95
Edited by i8id - 3/9/14 at 1:54pm
post #1462 of 1922
It's a pretty mild overclock, what CPU cooler are you using?

If you have a good CPU cooler you may be able to get to 4.0 GHz. It may require around 1.25v-1.34v maybe. You would want to aim for a fsb of 200. This may also require 1.3v on the QPI/VTT/IMC. Use LLC with Intel c-states and EIST with manual CPU voltage then head for a offset voltage if you're comfortable.

Double check CPU and ram clock when altering FSB.
Keep temperature of CPU cores at under 80°C. Use prime 95 small and large fft tests.
Edited by benjamen50 - 3/9/14 at 4:01pm
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post #1463 of 1922
Mild in terms of voltage I guess you mean? At stock 2.8Ghz I was at 1.04v. I figured 3.5Ghz @ 1.09v was a pretty good gain.

CPU cooler is a cooler master hyper 212+. It's in a HAF 912 case covered in fans. I may try to push it further. Again, pretty new to oc'ing. As of now the only voltage i've adjusted is cpuVcore, everything else remains on auto
post #1464 of 1922
I completely forgot about the stock clock for the CPU. 4.0 GHz should be feasible, if you can get good voltages such as 1.25v for 4.0 GHz if you're lucky. Its better to start off with the highest possible stable BLCK(Base clock).
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post #1465 of 1922
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Mild in terms of voltage I guess you mean? At stock 2.8Ghz I was at 1.04v. I figured 3.5Ghz @ 1.09v was a pretty good gain.

CPU cooler is a cooler master hyper 212+. It's in a HAF 912 case covered in fans. I may try to push it further. Again, pretty new to oc'ing. As of now the only voltage i've adjusted is cpuVcore, everything else remains on auto

I don't suppose you could do me a favour would you. Could you install CPU Benchmark and run the CPU tests please. I'd be really interested in knowing what the overall CPU rating is at 3.5GHz.

I have a 760 (on a decent mobo) and it's been totally stock for it's whole life. I'm wondering whether it's worth OCing this chip to something mild like 3.5GHz.

Many thanks,
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post #1466 of 1922
hi guys..im new to overclocking and my rig is old already..

but i wanted to get into the list..this is my 1st time oc..and this is what i get..

Managed to get to 3.80Ghz at bios vcore at 1.175v and QPI/Qtt voltage at 1.190v



http://valid.canardpc.com/4wdenv

im using CM TX3 as my CPU cooler..NO air-cond in my room..

idle CPU temp always 49~51 celcius..

100% usage will reach 91 celcius..normal usage gaming around 60~70celcius

Running Passmark 8.0 results

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http://www.passmark.com/baselines/V8/display.php?id=21159650824

the stress on my CPU temp didnt reach 80celcius:p
Edited by udin901 - 3/11/14 at 2:03am
post #1467 of 1922
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I don't suppose you could do me a favour would you. Could you install CPU Benchmark and run the CPU tests please. I'd be really interested in knowing what the overall CPU rating is at 3.5GHz.

I have a 760 (on a decent mobo) and it's been totally stock for it's whole life. I'm wondering whether it's worth OCing this chip to something mild like 3.5GHz.

Many thanks,

Great idea - I ran benchmark tests both at stock 2.8ghz settings and at my 3.5ghz overclock (specs above). I'll mention my video card (which has huge impact on overall rating is a GTX 760. As a side note, Udin901 - I see you're running a GTX 770 which really boosts that score. Other factors like SSD presence etc impact as well. I'd be curious to know what your CPU score alone is.

[TEST] = [stock score] / [3.5 OC score]

OVERALL = 2256 / 2446

CPU = 4291 / 5021

2D = 608 / 666

3D = 5330 / 5372

MEM = 1423 / 1650

DISK = 942 / 920

There you have it. Not exactly sure how big of a difference that is, honestly. Couple hundred points overall, but a nice gain in CPU and a few in other categories.
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Great idea - I ran benchmark tests both at stock 2.8ghz settings and at my 3.5ghz overclock (specs above). I'll mention my video card (which has huge impact on overall rating is a GTX 760. As a side note, Udin901 - I see you're running a GTX 770 which really boosts that score. Other factors like SSD presence etc impact as well. I'd be curious to know what your CPU score alone is.

[TEST] = [stock score] / [3.5 OC score]

OVERALL = 2256 / 2446

CPU = 4291 / 5021

2D = 608 / 666

3D = 5330 / 5372

MEM = 1423 / 1650

DISK = 942 / 920

There you have it. Not exactly sure how big of a difference that is, honestly. Couple hundred points overall, but a nice gain in CPU and a few in other categories.

sure no problem..here is my CPU score and others..using old Samsung SSD 830 thumb.gif

btw my SSD is already bottleneck by my mobo as my mobo only on Sata2..my SSD support Sata3 tho..



be4 this im using MSI GTX 580 Lightning 1.5Gb but after 2years++ its showing artifacts, sent for warranty (3years), after 1month, they only give me $235, weird warranty, was hoping to get a new GC instead of money that i only can spend on something physical only in the shop..
post #1469 of 1922
Udin, I was actually referring to the breakdown of the various scores provided by the PassMark benchmarking. Even the trial version (I'm using currently) has the average scores for each tab (cpu, 3d, memory, etc). That's where I got the stats in my previous post. I typed them manually because the trial version doesnt seem to let you export. The Windows ratings are appreciated but since you obviously have passmark (saw your score earlier) I was curious about the scores from each section so we can compare apples to apples instead of .. oranges (windows). The passmark scoring has a much much larger range anyway.
post #1470 of 1922
sorry for the misunderstanding.. tongue.gif

i only oc my CPU, the stock score must be the same as yours i think..

[TEST] = [3.8 OC score]

OVERALL = 3277

CPU = 5359

2D = 687

3D = 6576

MEM = 1900

DISK = 2526

btw..how u manage to get lower temperature on your CPU? your room is air-conditioned?

i might need to paste new thermal paste on it since havent change it since last 2years..
Edited by udin901 - 3/12/14 at 12:34am
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