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post #971 of 1922
Well that is disconcerting. This is how I get the stock voltage.

Load optimized defaults

Open CPU-Z

Run Prime 95 small fft's

Check voltage in CPU-Z and I call that my stock load voltage.

Hopefully the change was just a setting that you had forgot you had changed.
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Core i5 760 @ 4.059Ghz

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post #973 of 1922
So I've thought for the longest time that I've had a bad chip. Turns out I just suck at overclocking. lol. I've been trying to jump straight to 4GHz, which required massive amounts of voltage.

So I've tried a different approach. I've been slowly making my way up to 4GHz, and I hit nearly 3.6GHz on stock voltage. I'll get some pics tomorrow, it's late and I'm not at my desktop right now.

I'll be continuing my quest to 4GHz tomorrow, but more realistically Tuesday.
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So I've thought for the longest time that I've had a bad chip. Turns out I just suck at overclocking. lol. I've been trying to jump straight to 4GHz, which required massive amounts of voltage.

So I've tried a different approach. I've been slowly making my way up to 4GHz, and I hit nearly 3.6GHz on stock voltage. I'll get some pics tomorrow, it's late and I'm not at my desktop right now.

I'll be continuing my quest to 4GHz tomorrow, but more realistically Tuesday.
You dont suck at overclocking... You just didnt follow the directions


Since day one of my OC adventures, I always start at the bottom and slowly work my way up... Unless I buy a used chip and know it will do x.xx @ y.yy...

I had the same problem as you, I figured everyone else was doing it, went for 4.0, set vcore & vtt to 1.35v, blck to 200, multi to 20.... Couldn't get stable... Couldn't find the right mix anywhere in there...

Loaded optimized, disabled everything, set vcore and vtt to right around 1.24v and started upping the bclk 10 at a time til unstable, add volts test again...

Rinse & Repeat...
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So I've thought for the longest time that I've had a bad chip. Turns out I just suck at overclocking. lol. I've been trying to jump straight to 4GHz, which required massive amounts of voltage.

So I've tried a different approach. I've been slowly making my way up to 4GHz, and I hit nearly 3.6GHz on stock voltage. I'll get some pics tomorrow, it's late and I'm not at my desktop right now.

I'll be continuing my quest to 4GHz tomorrow, but more realistically Tuesday.
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You dont suck at overclocking... You just didnt follow the directions


Since day one of my OC adventures, I always start at the bottom and slowly work my way up... Unless I buy a used chip and know it will do x.xx @ y.yy...

I had the same problem as you, I figured everyone else was doing it, went for 4.0, set vcore & vtt to 1.35v, blck to 200, multi to 20.... Couldn't get stable... Couldn't find the right mix anywhere in there...

Loaded optimized, disabled everything, set vcore and vtt to right around 1.24v and started upping the bclk 10 at a time til unstable, add volts test again...

Rinse & Repeat...
Yep really is the best way. Slow = fast, fast = slow, by that I mean if you haven't done it before it probably sounds like it would take forever and can just plain be somewhat overwhelming. A quick & dirty overclock sounds rather appealing in contrast. Really though I've found it can be actually quicker just to start at the bottom and work up a little at a time. I do understand that sometimes a little quick & dirty action is just the ticket to get someone started though. It's all about perception and if that is what it takes to get someone to take the bull by the horns, get into BIOS and start getting comfortable changing stuff around then so be it. After they get more comfortable with it you can always go back, do it right and try to improve your overclock.
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post #976 of 1922
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1601035
Using the corsair h70
No problem reaching this frequency whatsoever.
I think i can also run at 4.4ghz@1.32V (1.3V wprime 1024m stable but not linx stable)
post #977 of 1922
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Wow, it's been two weeks, and this thread is reaching 1000 posts soon! I deeply appreciate and congratulate everyone especially those who very active in the club. Good job in helping each other to get the best out of their i5-760. Keep it up guys!

Just to remind everyone since I am not that online most of the time:

I apologize to some if I still have not included you in the club members list, please do not forget to do the one below:

Please send me a PRIVATE MESSAGE (include post link) "No PM, no membership." I have a very busy schedule and cannot look at all pages everytime.

NOTE: If I have not updated your most recent OC/specs/stability/link, please also send me a private message together with the permalink so I can easily find it.


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Validation: Clicky!
Although it says 1.2v, I have some bad vdroop (which I have no control over in the BIOS), and it gets down to 1.15-1.16v under load.
I'm not sure if it's stable*, but I was playing GTA IV for a few hours last night and it worked flawlessly. Also so did a few IBT runs. The load temps (IBT runs, I'll get some game temps now) are ~60C across the cores, with some at 58, and some at 62/63. But I haven't dusted my case in a while, and I can actually see the build up, and I haven't used the included thermal paste (leaving it to Sandy Bridge).

*Stability is like a switch, you're either stable or you're not. There are varying degrees of being unstable, such as you're able to do some things without crashing, but others make it crash.
post #979 of 1922
hi im new here im from indonesia & this is my first post
there r not much i5 760 forum in my country,but there is for i5 750
so i think this is the best place for me to find an answer about OCing an i5 760

my question is
i was OC @ 4ghz vcore 1,275 vdoop off using an evga P55 SLI,max temp was 68c using realtemp,load Vcore was 1.29v

before im using asus P7P55D E-LX 4ghz @1,315v vdroop off load Vcore was 1,29v
but the temp on asus was reaching 75c,i was touch testing it and it was HOT

why there was a 7c different with relatively same Vcore with different MB
i also touch the EVGA,it was only warm not like on ASUS
is the reading on realtemp wrong
i mean which one is right 75c or 68c,im using noctua nh d14 and tuniq tx2

the point why i was asking this is i'd like to push more if the 68c temp is actually true.
sorry if the question is take too long&sorry 4 my bad english.thx before
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hi im new here im from indonesia & this is my first post
there r not much i5 760 forum in my country,but there is for i5 750
so i think this is the best place for me to find an answer about OCing an i5 760

my question is
i was OC @ 4ghz vcore 1,275 vdoop off using an evga P55 SLI,max temp was 68c using realtemp,load Vcore was 1.29v

before im using asus P7P55D E-LX 4ghz @1,315v vdroop off load Vcore was 1,29v
but the temp on asus was reaching 75c,i was touch testing it and it was HOT

why there was a 7c different with relatively same Vcore with different MB
i also touch the EVGA,it was only warm not like on ASUS
is the reading on realtemp wrong
i mean which one is right 75c or 68c,im using noctua nh d14 and tuniq tx2

the point why i was asking this is i'd like to push more if the 68c temp is actually true.
sorry if the question is take too long&sorry 4 my bad english.thx before
I think the cooler is fitted firmly on EVGA and you have right amount of thermal paste on there. Thats why you get lower temps, by the way i have same cooler... Good choice
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