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I'm pretty sure I've seen your post on motherboard issues elsewhere and there were lots of replies. If I'm mistaken sorry but I think not! Are you not understanding or just not searching?? The answers are out there.

#1 you can't have EVERYTHING set to AUTO or you can't OC the chip.

Please search for your model motherboard and you should find your answer!
My last issue was that for some reason I couldn't get into my BIOS, but somehow the post slowed down after about 20 reboots lol (seriously... it was weird).

My issue previous to that was with an Asus Pro motherboard which I had to return.

Thanks for the help (to you and those above). I am going to do some more thorough reading. However I did follow some guides which seem to have been well-received, which simply did not work for me. I'll do some reading now anyway, and if all turns sour then idk. Lol.
    
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I followed this guide and it didn't work. I'm on the same BIOS as them: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...ore-i5-2500k/4

:-(

Am I doing it wrong? lol... followed it word-for-word exactly. My computer wouldn't load past post / wouldn't identify my OS when I followed that guide.
    
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I followed this guide and it didn't work. I'm on the same BIOS as them: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...ore-i5-2500k/4

:-(

Am I doing it wrong? lol... followed it word-for-word exactly. My computer wouldn't load past post / wouldn't identify my OS when I followed that guide.
I wouldn't recommend that one. Also, you have a 2600K, 4 more threads than the 2500K. It's gonna take a little more voltage to overclock than a 2500K.

Find a different guide, and take your time. Get the machine to where it posts every time (load bios defaults if need be), then work up slowly.
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I wouldn't recommend that one. Also, you have a 2600K, 4 more threads than the 2500K. It's gonna take a little more voltage to overclock than a 2500K.

Find a different guide, and take your time. Get the machine to where it posts every time (load bios defaults if need be), then work up slowly.
I'll try that. Do you know of any good guides? I can't seem to find any (maybe it's because I'm frustrated so I'm making it difficult for myself).

Also do you know why everyone else's CPU-Z reads: "Multplier: x45.0 (16-34)"... as an example... with the (16-34)... I never get that in the brackets
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This si the guide you want.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...uide-p67a.html

Remember all chips are different, just because someone gets a certain clock at a certain voltage doesn't mean you can.
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This si the guide you want.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...uide-p67a.html

Remember all chips are different, just because someone gets a certain clock at a certain voltage doesn't mean you can.
I had troubles with that one, but I'll try it over I guess. :S

Just kinda want to be able to hit 4.5GHz. I mean... minimum acceptable amount is 4.3GHz at a decent voltage, or else I feel like I really got juked on my chip.
    
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Paul, you have c1e and eist and such disabled in bios right? From you saying that cpuz was reporting the wrong voltages made me think those were still enabled.
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Paul, I would suggest taking a FULL DAY of reading in before you try to do anything else. It seems to me you're very novice when it comes to this, and I don't want you to screw up your $300 chip "making the ol' college try"
    
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1, update your BIOS to the newest.
2, 1.355Vcore is a lot for 4.5Ghz.
3, loosen RAM timing. ( makes system more stable. )
4, What are you temps? if you 80C+ this will be why your unstable.
    
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Sorry I won't be providing any help, but you got me kinda freaked out. I have the same motherboard as you and I'm now paranoid that I'll get the same kind of problems when my chip arrives. Damn humanity.
I got to 5GHz easy and 4.5 takes 1.37VCore set in BIOS, don't worry. Make sure you use the F6x BIOS though.

EDIT: I would actually advise against the new BIOS, the new BIOS sucks. Use the F6x BIOS. The new BIOS usually won't boot past BIOS if you put in any overclocked settings.
    
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