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please let me know how to set the bios and voltage and est

i can not go over 4.5

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what voltage is your cpu at now at 4.5?
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what voltage is your cpu at now at 4.5?
i set the auto 1.304
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Don't leave it on auto once your reaching for higher clocks... Mine almost overvolted my chip without me knowing. You likely have the original bios, go to asus site and download the new beta bios and update it. This gives you a new option called CPU PLL overvolt. Enable that new option, enable LLC to high or extream, manually set your vcore. That should be enough to get you over 4.5. See the link in my sig for my folding build for a bit more info on how I got to 4.9 stable. Have been booted into windows at 5.1 so far.
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Don't leave it on auto once your reaching for higher clocks... Mine almost overvolted my chip without me knowing. You likely have the original bios, go to asus site and download the new beta bios and update it. This gives you a new option called CPU PLL overvolt. Enable that new option, enable LLC to high or extream, manually set your vcore. That should be enough to get you over 4.5. See the link in my sig for my folding build for a bit more info on how I got to 4.9 stable. Have been booted into windows at 5.1 so far.
thanks

i got new bios from asus site i will go to you (2600K dedicated bigadv build w/pics@4900Mhz).
your Oc setting can you provide step by step at your (2600K dedicated bigadv build w/pics@4900Mhz). site please~~~~
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Well on SandyBridge both my chips do 4.5ghz on auto vcore, now we have SVID and this actually finds the best volteage for the processor, it finds the lowest stable vcore as well, but IDK if asus has proper SVID, so yea don't leave it on auto. Bump it to 1.4-1.45v its ok, see how far it goes. Try keeping C1E and EIST enabled on your board, as your board cannot handle it without those on, that is what I am hearing.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post
Well on SandyBridge both my chips do 4.5ghz on auto vcore, now we have SVID and this actually finds the best volteage for the processor, it finds the lowest stable vcore as well, but IDK if asus has proper SVID, so yea don't leave it on auto. Bump it to 1.4-1.45v its ok, see how far it goes. Try keeping C1E and EIST enabled on your board, as your board cannot handle it without those on, that is what I am hearing.
Good information here... I am very unstable if I have C1E or EIST disabled.

I would reccomend you first go to Sin's great SB overclocking guide here:

Sin's SB Overclocking Guide



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Originally Posted by yoyo711 View Post
thanks

i got new bios from asus site i will go to you (2600K dedicated bigadv build w/pics@4900Mhz).
your Oc setting can you provide step by step at your (2600K dedicated bigadv build w/pics@4900Mhz). site please~~~~

My thread is not specifically about overclocking, although I did post anything relevant in the thread as I went on. By all means learn as much as you can from the thread but don't consider it a guide by any means.

Good luck with your rig!
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Originally Posted by Digigami View Post
Good information here... I am very unstable if I have C1E or EIST disabled.

I would reccomend you first go to Sin's great SB overclocking guide here:

Sin's SB Overclocking Guide






My thread is not specifically about overclocking, although I did post anything relevant in the thread as I went on. By all means learn as much as you can from the thread but don't consider it a guide by any means.

Good luck with your rig!
Yup, check the guide first. Useful for sure.
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haha thanks guys, I am going to update it for ASUS boards shortly. DOn't worryt here are some major differences, but I tried to make it very general.

I thought ASUS fixed the C1E and EIST problems? not yet?
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Originally Posted by Digigami View Post
Don't leave it on auto once your reaching for higher clocks... Mine almost overvolted my chip without me knowing. You likely have the original bios, go to asus site and download the new beta bios and update it. This gives you a new option called CPU PLL overvolt. Enable that new option, enable LLC to high or extream, manually set your vcore. That should be enough to get you over 4.5. See the link in my sig for my folding build for a bit more info on how I got to 4.9 stable. Have been booted into windows at 5.1 so far.
I got a question. How do you upgrade the bios on this board. Using the software in Windows or any option inside the bios to upgrade using a usb? (Put the .rom file in usb drive?) Thanks
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