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overclocking i5 760 with 1600Mhz Ram

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Hi All,

Currently I'm running i5 760 with 1600Mhz Ram.
Ram is set to 1600Mhz and default CPU speed (2.8)

I'd like to overclock the CPU and wandering if increasing only multiplier to, let's say, x22 or x23 and leaving voltage on auto will be ok.

Also I'd like to know if it's save to run the system with constant overclock?

let's say i'll clock cpu to 3.5, 3.8Ghz.

Thanks in advance.
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post #2 of 5
No that won't be ok

Set your multiplier to x21 then your BCLK to 171. Your Vcore you can set to 1.20v, this is pretty average but you'll need to check your stability with Intel burn test and prime95 and inscrease/decrease accordingly.

Set your memory to the closest available setting.

Also, with your heatsink you should be ok to leave it as this. Remember to turn of C1E and intel speedstep etc.

Comps
post #3 of 5
200 bclk + 20 multi & 2:8 ratio = 4.0 & 1600 Ram... That is the setting I suggest you try to get to...

Set the 2:8 ratio, and start by increasing you bclk about 10 - 20 at a time and test for stability.. When unstable increase voltage for cpu core & vtt and test again..
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Remember you're on watercooling and not air. I'd say go with something a bit lower and then check temps.
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Remember you're on watercooling and not air. I'd say go with something a bit lower and then check temps.
Thats why I recommended raising it at 10 - 20 increments and testing....


Most of these 760's hit 75 - 80 on Air or mid range H20, I am a bit on the lucky side as I cant even break 70 with IBT....
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