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post #51 of 131
Try using this settings:

Ai Overclock Tuner [Manual]
OC From CPU Level Up [Auto]
CPU Ratio Setting [20.0]
Intel® SpeedStep Tech [Disabled]
Xtreme Phase Full Power Mode [Enabled]
BCLK Frequency [166]
PCIE Frequency [100]
DRAM Frequency [DDR3-XXXX]<- Use the nearest to 1333.
QPI Frequency [Auto]
ASUS/3rd Party UI Priority [ASUS Utility]

DRAM Timing Control (tutaj wszystko pozostawiłem na Auto)

CPU Differential Amplitude [Auto]
CPU Clock Skew [Auto]

CPU Voltage Mode [Manual]
Fixed Voltage [Manual]
Current CPU Core Voltage 1.250V
IMC Voltage [Manual]
Current IMC Voltage 1.200V
DRAM Voltage [Manual]
Current DRAM Voltage 1.5V

CPU PLL Voltage [Auto]
Current CPU PLL Voltage 1.800V
PCH Voltage [Auto]
Current PCH Voltage 1.046V

DRAM Data REF Voltage on CHA [Auto]
DRAM Data REF Voltage on CHB [Auto]

Load-Line Calibration [Enabled]
CPU Spread Spectrum [Disabled]
PCIE Spread Spectrum [Auto]



Voltage values will jump, so stop worrying about it!
    
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post #52 of 131
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Spykerv View Post
Hey good luck with your OC. Id love to jump in seeing that we have identical mobo and processor but my CPU can't clock past 3.8 so I rather not.. Plus you have plenty of great help here already! Good luck with the stock cooler though!
Thankyou. You are welcome to stay and stick around. I have no problem with that.
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Originally Posted by jak3z View Post
Try using this settings:

Ai Overclock Tuner [Manual]
OC From CPU Level Up [Auto]
CPU Ratio Setting [20.0]
Intel® SpeedStep Tech [Disabled]
Xtreme Phase Full Power Mode [Enabled]
BCLK Frequency [166]
PCIE Frequency [100]
DRAM Frequency [DDR3-XXXX]<- Use the nearest to 1333.
QPI Frequency [Auto]
ASUS/3rd Party UI Priority [ASUS Utility]

DRAM Timing Control (tutaj wszystko pozostawiłem na Auto)

CPU Differential Amplitude [Auto]
CPU Clock Skew [Auto]

CPU Voltage Mode [Manual]
Fixed Voltage [Manual]
Current CPU Core Voltage 1.250V
IMC Voltage [Manual]
Current IMC Voltage 1.200V
DRAM Voltage [Manual]
Current DRAM Voltage 1.5V

CPU PLL Voltage [Auto]
Current CPU PLL Voltage 1.800V
PCH Voltage [Auto]
Current PCH Voltage 1.046V

DRAM Data REF Voltage on CHA [Auto]
DRAM Data REF Voltage on CHB [Auto]

Load-Line Calibration [Enabled]
CPU Spread Spectrum [Disabled]
PCIE Spread Spectrum [Auto]



Voltage values will jump, so stop worrying about it!
Allright mate I will try them right now.
Its all safe right ?
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post #53 of 131
All the values I'll give you, won't be higher than the Intel max limits. So yes
    
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post #54 of 131
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Reporting back with the results, mate.
I made the adjustments you bolded.

DRAM Frequency - it set itself to 1328 so I didnt changed nothing (cuz next number would be further from 1333 right?) but its not exactly 1333 you know...
Target DRAM frequency displayed as: DDR-3 1331

I typed values for:

Core 1.25000 but after saving and entering bios again it shown 1.240V under "Current CPU Core Voltage"
IMC 1.20000 and it was coloured yellow - anything alarming about that ?
RAM 1.5000 but what was under current as a preview 1.483V and it was jumping 1.493V

Temps are following:




CPU-Z:


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post #55 of 131
Well, now we got perfect memory speed.
The yellow IMC thing is within INTEL specs. Why the motherboard show it as yellow is because the asus boards color it as this:
Blue value = Low Value / Yellow Value = Average Value / Pink = High Value / Red = Dangerous Value.
You will always have a lower value reported than it's set up. It's common.
Now you need to run an stability test, IBT/LINX/OCCT/P95 for like 30mins-1Hour and check the temps. If temps >85ºC, we got a problem, so stop the test. If the test crash, we need to tweak it. If you get a BSOD, write down the info of the BSOD and come back.

You can probably use lower voltages, but we need to start somewhere being stable, and tweak them down.
    
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post #56 of 131
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Mate how do I set Intel Burn Test ?

Times to run: ??
Stress level: ??
Threads: ??

And same thing with OCCT ?
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post #57 of 131
I have the same CPU and MOBO(good choice IMO). I currently have mine at 4.0ghz, and OCed it to 4.4, but I am watercooled. The settings Jak3z gave you look good, except I found that it is better to use an odd number for your multiplier(much easier to stabilize with lower vcore). I have my QPI set to lowest setting, QPI is suppose to be overkill-fast, so it may allow for better overclocking.

I wouldnt use linx because it will heat up your computer more than almost anything else. I would use Prime95 since you will run out of headroom for your temps. Like others said, watch your temps. Dont go over 90c, but other than that its personal preference.
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post #58 of 131
Quote:
Originally Posted by Seban View Post
Mate how do I set Intel Burn Test ?

Times to run: ??
Stress level: ??
Threads: ??

And same thing with OCCT ?
IBT Times to run 50, stress level high, Threas auto.

Also the ODD multiplier is for higher clocks, he is using a stock cooler.
Also I use IBT/Linx to be crash proof, I've run OCs 25hours of p95 but fail in 10 mins of IBT.
    
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post #59 of 131
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jak3z View Post
IBT Times to run 50, stress level high, Threas auto.

Also the ODD multiplier is for higher clocks, he is using a stock cooler.
Also I use IBT/Linx to be crash proof, I've run OCs 25hours of p95 but fail in 10 mins of IBT.
Okay mate I will try those with IBT right now. Wish me luck.


And for the others info:

Thats right guys Im using stock cooling
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post #60 of 131
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Okay... Reporting back, rather quick I know thats because bad news is it got up to 85C really fast... I noticed that one of the core even hit 89 two times - I could imagine what could happened if I leaved it for a little longer so I stoped it. Didnt wanted to risk burning my computer.



What now ? :<
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