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Hi All,
My system is as below:
CPU I5 760 quad core
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Graphic HD6870 MSI

Do you have a suggestion or a ready made setting for this system to reach 4GHz? Anyone with a similar/same system?

I've so far tried only using the software auto-overclocking TurboV which helped me reach 3.7GHz mark (stable - according to the software). I'd love to go manual with a stable setting to get to 4GHz.
Edited by Kelloggs - 12/28/10 at 5:51pm
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No two parts are the same, so a guide is worthless to you. What you can do to start is put the voltage cpu to 1.35 and keep adding bclk until you can't boot into windows anymore and then take it down a notch and run some stress tests on it. For the uncore voltage I would recommend 1.275
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No two parts are the same, so a guide is worthless to you. What you can do to start is put the voltage cpu to 1.35 and keep adding bclk until you can't boot into windows anymore and then take it down a notch and run some stress tests on it. For the uncore voltage I would recommend 1.275
So we just pretty much play with cpu voltage and BCLK until it gets to 4?
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If your on stock fan, disregard everything here and go get a better cooler..

easy and fast way, set CPU Core & CPU VTT to 1.35v and set blck to 200 with 20x multi...

Test with prime95, watch temps, you want to stay below 72c (or so)..


If stable you can either try going higher, or start lowering the volts a little at a time & test til you find the lowest stable...

Or raise bclk 20 at a time, test, if unstable add voltage and test, repeat til stale and raise bclk more..

rinse & repeat

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If your on stock fan, disregard everything here and go get a better cooler..

easy and fast way, set CPU Core & CPU VTT to 1.35v and set blck to 200 with 20x multi...

Test with prime95, watch temps, you want to stay below 72c (or so)..


If stable you can either try going higher, or start lowering the volts a little at a time & test til you find the lowest stable...

Or raise bclk 20 at a time, test, if unstable add voltage and test, repeat til stale and raise bclk more..

rinse & repeat

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Quote:
Originally Posted by 10acjed View Post
If your on stock fan, disregard everything here and go get a better cooler..

easy and fast way, set CPU Core & CPU VTT to 1.35v and set blck to 200 with 20x multi...

Test with prime95, watch temps, you want to stay below 72c (or so)..


If stable you can either try going higher, or start lowering the volts a little at a time & test til you find the lowest stable...

Or raise bclk 20 at a time, test, if unstable add voltage and test, repeat til stale and raise bclk more..

rinse & repeat

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^this. although according to intel spec, you shouldnt let your cores go above 72.7c, its is considered safe to go up to 80c(only while stressing). personally i like it 75c or lower, makes me feel secure in knowing my chip isnt going to explode.

but, what 10acjed said is pretty sound advice.
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post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by 10acjed View Post
If your on stock fan, disregard everything here and go get a better cooler..

easy and fast way, set CPU Core & CPU VTT to 1.35v and set blck to 200 with 20x multi...

Test with prime95, watch temps, you want to stay below 72c (or so)..


If stable you can either try going higher, or start lowering the volts a little at a time & test til you find the lowest stable...

Or raise bclk 20 at a time, test, if unstable add voltage and test, repeat til stale and raise bclk more..

rinse & repeat

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Sorry guys, I could only find the following in the bios menu:
CPU Voltage Mode
IMC Voltage
PLL

Nothing that says VTT. I changed the CPU Voltage mode to 1.34 anyways and BLCK to 200 and got 4.2GHz. Max temp would be 80C Min 50C. Is currently stress testing.
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VTT is the same as IMC voltage. Different BIOS's will call some of the same settings different names.
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