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post #11 of 14
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Vcore is at 1.22500v by default. I've tried increasing it, but no more stability. I've tried going for 2.8ghz, which most people say should be fine with no voltage increase, but I haven't had any luck. Where do I find the power saving option?
In BIOS,

Go to MB Intelligent Tweaker > Disable CIA2 option and set Performance Enhance to Standard.

Go to Advanced BIOS > Disable CIE, CPU EIST, C2/C2E and C4/C4E

Save and reboot.

Your clocks will no longer be reduced due to power saving options.

It may seem tidious but I usually take the FSB up 1 or 2 Mhz on stock Vcore and try to boot. Assuming stability, I then keep going with the FSB until it wont boot - then I raise the Vcore to the next value - and go through the same steps as before.

Your not going for same insane OC, so leave the rest of your voltages and settings on auto for now... just concentrate on the vcore.

If you get where you want to go, test your new OC with IBT or OCCT for a quick stablity check. Once you happy, go for a Prime95 run for 6 or so hours.

Let us know how you go
post #12 of 14
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Thanks, just got it working based on your suggestions. I'm not gonna go above 2.8ghz until I get new cooling, but that won't be for quite some time. I really don't want my cpu overheating and I don't want to have to monitor temps constantly.
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well it is good that you got everything working
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post #14 of 14
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Thanks, just got it working based on your suggestions. I'm not gonna go above 2.8ghz until I get new cooling, but that won't be for quite some time. I really don't want my cpu overheating and I don't want to have to monitor temps constantly.
Thats good, happy to help.

Good call on the aftermarket cooler - stock sux went it comes to OCing.
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