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Hi Sin ..got a bit of an issue here,was trying to OC P8P67 PRO got to X48 -stable and hit the wall, I keep raising the Vcore to 1.5 for X49 but it wont boot to windows ,any idea ?
would changing CPU PLL or Internal PLL Overvoltage make the difference ?
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yes you have to turn Cpu PLL overvoltage on!
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yes you have to turn Cpu PLL overvoltage on!
all i have to say is Thank you Sin


so far so good ,going to push a bit and see how far i can go on this v
P.S could't afford UD7 so i have to settle for P8pro
    
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good job, keep pushing!
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What is the overall best current bios for stable overclock? as sometimes the newest version is not the best
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well the newest newest version for UD5 is F6D.
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hey sin I'm little noob about overclock can answer few of my questions.
my new rig i5 2500k/ asus p8p67/ 2x2 4gb g.skill /

I just did little overclocking to 4.0ghz Since I'm using default offset voltage in asus p8p67 BIOS setting, should I set the voltage manually instead? because I notice If I use default offset voltage the screenshot I post below showing 1.224v for 4.0ghz isn't that little high voltage for 4.0ghz?

some one mention that I should use 1.120V for 4.0ghz.



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Sin thanks for the hard work on this guide. Do not wanna high jack the thread but have 2 questions for you

I am a super noob and this will be doing my first over clock with a new system (as follows)

COOLMASTER 942 HAF-X ATX GAMING CASE
ASUS P8P67 PRO 1155 ATX
INTEL I5 2500K
THERMALTAKE FRIO COOLER - (FROZENCPU 7 CARAT THERMAL COMP)
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EVGA **GTX470 1280MB
MICRO CENTER 64GB SSD SATA II
WD 1TB BLK SATA
CORSAIR 750W ATX 80PLUS PSU

Everything is running great and I am ready to dive into overclocking.

1st question is what is normal idle temps in a 71 degree room with above setup and whats the max I should allow when running prime95 In-place large FFT on all of the cores? (it idles 31-34c now and on load cores 1-2 are 55c 3- 57c and 4 60-64c while running prime on stock settings using real temp 3.60)

2nd question is for a noob such as my self for my MB (shoulda bought the same MB as you for your guide) I found this guide which seems to look like this user has worked with you on the OC sin. Doing as this says exactly am I going to be all right?

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...00k-lamas.html
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[quote=nooblit202;12139432]hey sin I'm little noob about overclock can answer few of my questions.
my new rig i5 2500k/ asus p8p67/ 2x2 4gb g.skill /

I just did little overclocking to 4.0ghz Since I'm using default offset voltage in asus p8p67 BIOS setting, should I set the voltage manually instead? because I notice If I use default offset voltage the screenshot I post below showing 1.224v for 4.0ghz isn't that little high voltage for 4.0ghz?

some one mention that I should use 1.120V for 4.0ghz.]

you can start here ;
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...265228&page=11
http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...beginners.html
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110
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hey sin I'm little noob about overclock can answer few of my questions.
my new rig i5 2500k/ asus p8p67/ 2x2 4gb g.skill /

I just did little overclocking to 4.0ghz Since I'm using default offset voltage in asus p8p67 BIOS setting, should I set the voltage manually instead? because I notice If I use default offset voltage the screenshot I post below showing 1.224v for 4.0ghz isn't that little high voltage for 4.0ghz?

some one mention that I should use 1.120V for 4.0ghz.



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You are fine, I have one chip with stock vcore of 1.22 lol, you are fine, you can try just using auto voltage, or the stock voltage as 4ghz on stock voltage is normal.
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Sin thanks for the hard work on this guide. Do not wanna high jack the thread but have 2 questions for you

I am a super noob and this will be doing my first over clock with a new system (as follows)

COOLMASTER 942 HAF-X ATX GAMING CASE
ASUS P8P67 PRO 1155 ATX
INTEL I5 2500K
THERMALTAKE FRIO COOLER - (FROZENCPU 7 CARAT THERMAL COMP)
PATRIOT 4GB 2X2KIT DDR3 1600
EVGA **GTX470 1280MB
MICRO CENTER 64GB SSD SATA II
WD 1TB BLK SATA
CORSAIR 750W ATX 80PLUS PSU

Everything is running great and I am ready to dive into overclocking.

1st question is what is normal idle temps in a 71 degree room with above setup and whats the max I should allow when running prime95 In-place large FFT on all of the cores? (it idles 31-34c now and on load cores 1-2 are 55c 3- 57c and 4 60-64c while running prime on stock settings using real temp 3.60)

2nd question is for a noob such as my self for my MB (shoulda bought the same MB as you for your guide) I found this guide which seems to look like this user has worked with you on the OC sin. Doing as this says exactly am I going to be all right?

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...00k-lamas.html
Yea just follow that I guess he did work with me on that. Keep temps under 80C.
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