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I am Interested in Overclocking my i7 950. I know I have sufficient cooling. I've never overclocked before. I've read a lot of articles on how to overclock, but have had a hard time understanding them. My goal is 3.6 GHz - 3.8 GHz. Can anyone help me out?
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post #2 of 16
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Originally Posted by Oleh View Post
I am Interested in Overclocking my i7 950. I know I have sufficient cooling. I've never overclocked before. I've read a lot of articles on how to overclock, but have had a hard time understanding them. My goal is 3.6 GHz - 3.8 GHz. Can anyone help me out?
I have the same chip and motherboard. Boot into the bios by pressing the del key as the computer boots up. Change only what I tell you and leave everything else alone -

Under AI Tweaker-

AI Overclock - change to manual.
CPU Ratio Setting - change to 21.
Intel speedStep Tech - change to disabled
TurboMode Tech - change to disabled
BcLK Frequency - change to 180
CPU Voltage control - change to manual
CPU voltage - change to 1.29
DRAM Bus Voltage - Look up your RAM and set this to the voltage the specs say to run the ram at.
Load-Line Calibration - change to enabled

Under Advanced tab-

C1E Support - change to disabled.

All done. Make sure you EXIT AND SAVE the bios and don't accidentally exit and discard changes.

Once the computer is up, run intelburn on veryhigh settings for 10 passes. If it passes that, run prime95 on blend for 12 to 24 hours. If it passes those you can try to bump your CPU voltage down a notch at a time and re-run each test until it fails then go back up to the nest highest known good voltage. Or you can keep it how it is.
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You shouldn't need anywhere near 1.29v for only 3.8. You can start there though, I guess.
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You shouldn't need anywhere near 1.29v for only 3.8. You can start there though, I guess.
At 4.0ghz on my i7 950 with HT on, I needed 1.29 to be stable. I figured I would start him at 1.29 to ensure stability, he can bump it down if he wants.
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At 4.0ghz on my i7 950 with HT on, I needed 1.29 to be stable. I figured I would start him at 1.29 to ensure stability, he can bump it down if he wants.
I know that there is a variation with every chip, I've just personally never heard of needing that much for such a small clock. Mine is stable with only 1.23V at 4.0GHz. That's with HT on, of course. I need only 1.33V for 4.2.

But like I said, it doesn't hurt to start high and then drop it down as you go.
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Thanks, Gonna try that tonight, hope this goes well
P.s. I'm guessing the lower you can run your voltage, the better right? would it be safer? Would I be able to keep it at 1.29 and still be safe? Also, when I am slowly dropping, by how much should I drop each time, .01?
P.p.s. do I have to run both tests for the full amount of time you said? Since the others said the 1.29 is higher than I need, would there be a better lower voltage to start out with, and if something goes wrong just go up? And ohh yeah, If something goes really wrong, is there a way to restore back to the original settings for the CPU?
Edited by Oleh - 1/6/11 at 2:39pm
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post #7 of 16
You can start at 1.25 and run those test. With HT on, 1.25 may fail. If so, just go into the bios, highlight your cpu voltage and hit the + key. That will take the voltage up to the next notch, then try the tests again.
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went through the bios and found no BcLK option, only ULCK, am I looking in the wrong place or something?
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you should see it when you set it to manual.

make sure you disable the speedstep and CE stuff. Follow the links to the OC quides. They are quite helpful, even if you don't want to go thru the whole precess to max it out.

And you can see, my 950 needs 1.22+ and 1.32 vtt for 3.8. If i want 4+. I have to go up over 1.35vcore and that's too much for my current cooling. Well, too much for my taste anyway. I wanted to stay under 75 max load temps, and I am. 1.35 pushes me into the high 80's with my case closed. I have good airflow too.

Good luck with yours
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Yeah, I found it. Anyway, my temp is staying bellow 71 (never went above as far as I can tell.) and even when it does reach 71 it's very rare, even while I'm running the IntelBurn test right now.
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