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I didn't do much studying, i just dove right in an started overclocking. I've only attempted it once on my old Q8800 with not that great of results. But I think if you understand the concept you should have no problem with it. These i5s overclock wonderfully. You should be able to get at least 3.8 if not 4 something.

Right now i'm having heat issues so i'm going to retry my overclock seeing if i can lower the voltages any. And if not i might just have to take a dive for a water loop!!
Well I will be running my WC on mine, so I doubt heat will be an issue, at least I sure hope not...


I like to know the ins and out of the board - cpu, it makes trouble shooting easier.

I like to try and hit max clocks for benching and well as a max safe 24/7 OC
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Well I will be running my WC on mine, so I doubt heat will be an issue, at least I sure hope not...


I like to know the ins and out of the board - cpu, it makes trouble shooting easier.

I like to try and hit max clocks for benching and well as a max safe 24/7 OC
Me too, I would definitely say its good to know the bios and its capabilities.
Right now i've been trying for highest stable overclock just to say i got there. But i would like to settle for something around 4.2 Ghz 24/7. It be great to get it to 4.4 or more though. I would really need watercooling for that though!
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You can try my profile if you like. I don't have it saved to a document file so hold on and I'll type it out for you and edit it back in here for ya.
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Really though I'd suggest you do what I did.

Update Bios

Load optimum defaults.

run Prime small or blend to get your default load voltage.

It'll take a little trial and error but lock the voltage in as close as you can to that default under the same load.

Set memory to 2:6 and lock the timing in nice and loose at 9-9-9-24

under CPU configure disable C1E, Speedstep and C-State. I also disabled virtualization tech as I don't use it.


Lock in CPU Ration to 21 is what I'd choose but if you want to start with 22,20 or 19 go ahead.

Lock in VTT to 1.3v

Lock in the PLL to 1.80

PCH lock it in to it's auto default voltage . 1.05v for me

leave everything else at default.

Now just walk up the base clock a little at a time. Testing after each move. 5 runs of IBT standard works for me at this point. Then once you get to where it fails bump the vcore a small bit then start walking up the baseclock again testing as you go.

Now if you are on 21 CPU ratio once you make it to 191 and can pass 5 runs of IBT standard bump it to 10 runs of MAX. Pass that run 20-50 runs of MAX.

Then after being stable for 20 runs of IBT Max or more then bring your RAM back up to speed with 2:8 and lowering timings.

Then run 20+ more passes of IBT Max. Pass that then lower Your VTT a little at a time until you can't pass 20 runs of MAX then raise it back up a hair and run it again.

Pass that run 12 hours of Prime small then 12 hours of Blend. OR just skip to Blend if your fealing lucky.

1.3 VTT should be plenty for a 200 baseclock. If you go over that be prepared to bump the VTT.



OK I promised a Profile so here it goes, I'll just start at the top so that it makes sense when looking at your BIOS.





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This is what works for me. Your results may vary. If you can get stable at my voltage great. I hesitantly say that you shouldn't expect to. Adust to fit your needs.
So could not having enough VTT be a reason why i may need so much vCore? Also would adding more VTT voltage help with my vCore voltage drop? ~.05v drop from bios
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How did you get a x22 multi?
Simply set it in the bios
    
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So could not having enough VTT be a reason why i may need so much vCore? Also would adding more VTT voltage help with my vCore voltage drop? ~.05v drop from bios
Having more VTT won't help your Vdroop. Your Vdroop doesn't need help. It is fine imo as I stated in a earlier reply to you.

As far as too low of VTT effecting your Vcore yes this can happen. I've done it myself, a couple times actually raised the vcore when I should have been raising the VTT. Not that I think that this is an issue for you. I don't recall your settings and honestly that is just something you would have to find for yourself. If you think it could be an issue it is easy enough to find out.


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Simply set it in the bios
Depends on the board, mine was a little more complicated than that.

Hey, Jean-Luc did you pick up one of those 6970's for your 760 ?


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How did you get a x22 multi?
If I remember correctly for my EVGA it was enable Speedstep and Turbo (had to restart and double check it had been awhile LOL) but leave C1E and C-State disabled. Then even though CPU Ratio is still 21, 22 shows up in the Target CPU Frequency field. This isn't the same as having full turbo on with my board it just gives the +1 multi. To get full turbo you would need to enable C1E and CState. Having to have speedstep enabled is an annoyance but as long as you stability test with it on it shouldn't cause you any problems other than those that you would likewise encounter with it disabled.

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I have finished testing my chip @ 4.0 GHz and would like to become a member of the i5-760 club. Here is the info on the chip and the test

Batch# L032B134
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1536519

Voltages in BIOS=1.25 V-core(although the screenshot shows CPUZ @ 1.216v it was 1.232v under load)...1.25Vtt...everything else "Normal" setting
RAM speed =1600



Thanks-Denny
Very Nice !!

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VERY impressed with this chip. 4.2Ghz at 1.296v

Nice as well. You just have to love 4.2GHz under 1.3v
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Having more VTT won't help your Vdroop. Your Vdroop doesn't need help. It is fine imo as I stated in a earlier reply to you.

As far as too low of VTT effecting your Vcore yes this can happen. I've done it myself, a couple times actually raised the vcore when I should have been raising the VTT. Not that I think that this is an issue for you. I don't recall your settings and honestly that is just something you would have to find for yourself. If you think it could be an issue it is easy enough to find out.
I'm just trying to not have to set the voltage as high in the bios. its sending my temperatures through the roof. I'm planning on water cooling but don't have the money for that right now. maybe after christmas.
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I'm just trying to not have to set the voltage as high in the bios. its sending my temperatures through the roof. I'm planning on water cooling but don't have the money for that right now. maybe after christmas.
I understand, what is your batch number? Several of us have listed our batch numbers in the thread. You could compare your's to others from the same batch and see if you are in the same neighborhood. Not foolproof as even CPU's from the same batch will be different but it should give you some sort of an idea of a voltage range to expect. Just a thought.

Still think you just need a couple San Ace's for that A70.
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Hey, Jean-Luc did you pick up one of those 6970's for your 760 ?
I couldn't force myself to pull the trigger on a Sapphire 6970 so i went with an EVGA GTX 570 instead.
    
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I couldn't force myself to pull the trigger on a Sapphire 6970 so i went with an EVGA GTX 570 instead.
Haha, nice probably couldn't go wrong either way. I saw you posting in the 6950/6970 thread last night. I was up and down on it. Saw the price and I was thinking Then I saw the reviews LOL Looks like it's neck and neck with the 570 depending on review. I was just hoping it would be a little closer to the 580.

So now I don't know what to do. Think I might just get another 460 and put it with the one I have already in Monster II(930) for some SLI gaming action. Then put my 5850 in Tinker(760). Hopefully I can get TRIXX to work or do a pencil mod if not for some 760/5850 3D Benchmarking.

Anyway Congrats on the new GTX 570 !!
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Haha, nice probably couldn't go wrong either way. I saw you posting in the 6950/6970 thread last night. I was up and down on it. Saw the price and I was thinking Then I saw the reviews LOL Looks like it's neck and neck with the 570 depending on review. I was just hoping it would be a little closer to the 580.

So now I don't know what to do. Think I might just get another 460 and put it with the one I have already in Monster II(930) for some SLI gaming action. Then put my 5850 in Tinker(760). Hopefully I can get TRIXX to work or do a pencil mod if not for some 760/5850 3D Benchmarking.

Anyway Congrats on the new GTX 570 !!
Thanks Sizzle. The 560's will be out january 23rd i believe and should be something VERY interesting.
    
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