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need p7a-ud7 (ud5) bios settings for 4.8ghz 2600k

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Does anyone here have a P67a gigabyte mobo and has gotten to 4.8ghz on SB with VCORE under 1.40 volts ?

If so can you please show me your bios settings ? (i know it depends on chips but i need some starting point.)

Screenshot are really appreciated.

Regards

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Why don´t you check this out, The ULTIMATE Sandy Bridge OC Guide + P67A-UD7 Performance Review
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Originally Posted by Ayru View Post
Does anyone here have a P67a gigabyte mobo and has gotten to 4.8ghz on SB with VCORE under 1.40 volts ?

If so can you please show me your bios settings ? (i know it depends on chips but i need some starting point.)

Screenshot are really appreciated.

Regards

Ud7 owner
I'm working on it as we speak. In the mean time, check this out:

    
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I already checked it out. But the problem is that i need IN-bios screenshots from other users (users that have their SB oc to 4.8ghz ) , owners of p67a-udx.
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I'm working on it as we speak.
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2600k p67a-UD7 570 gtx 1600 mhz GSKILL ripjaw 1.5 
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c300 crucial 128 gb WIN 7 64bit 26" ASUS corsair 850HX 
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It appears I'm going to have to reseat my cooler. I just hit 75C about 30min into prime 95 at 4.5GHz and 1.32v. I did a really sloppy job of it because I just wanted to throw my computer together the other day - didn't even bother using the Shin-Etsu. I basically followed that video above exactly. Now I'm just going to try working my way up from 4.5 to 4.8GHz increasing voltage along the way. Have you already updated your bios to a version that allows for PLL overvoltage? You will need to do that - otherwise it will take some extreme voltages to reach 4.8GHz.
Edited by cmeeks - 1/15/11 at 10:55am
    
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how it going ?
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2600k p67a-UD7 570 gtx 1600 mhz GSKILL ripjaw 1.5 
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