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Is it possible? I have gigabyte's EasyTune program. I know an i5-760 is meant to be a overclocked on a p55 board, so would I damage the cpu and/or the mobo if I OC?
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You need to be carefull when OCing on that mobo, I have the same one in my VMware server, it's not overclocked but temps are 65 @ full load with prolimatech samuel.
It's doable but with good cooling for cpu and VRMs.
I can't find the link right now but I've read somewhere that it's not recommended to have a high overclock on this mobo running 24x7
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It is not recomended to overclock a i5-760 on that board.

from bit-tech
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Gigabyte explained that the H55N's 4+2-phase VRMs are suitable for all CPUs up to a TDP of 73W, which encompasses nearly all of the Clarkdale Core i3and Core i5 processors. The Core i5-661 has a TDP of 87W, but that's still fine, according to Gigabyte, as the H55N will accept even the top-end, 95W TDP Core i7-880. However, when using the more power-hungry LGA1156 CPUs, there will be little room to overvolt, and Gigabyte doesn't recommend overvolting the board for long-term use with one of these higher TDP processors (as we'll explain on the overclocking page).
source - http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/mot...-motherboard/1
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You need to be carefull when OCing on that mobo, I have the same one in my VMware server, it's not overclocked but temps are 65 @ full load with prolimatech samuel.
It's doable but with good cooling for cpu and VRMs.
I can't find the link right now but I've read somewhere that it's not recommended to have a high overclock on this mobo running 24x7
That's what I thought too, since when I used the XMP profile in my bios for my ram. My temps shot up a good 10c just from the cpu being overclocked to 2.88. So, basically it's not recommended for me to OC because even a minimal OC wouldn't do much in terms of performance?
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Just do max OC on stock volts, should be 3.6-3.8; very sufficient. Shouldn't break the board.
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Hmm, I have the full atx version, not sure if it has different phases. I have an overclock from 2.66 to 3.2 running 24/7, no voltage. It also only raised my temps about 5c. I will say that my board REFUSES to take any voltage bump though.
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What about the ASrock H55M pro? Can I put an i7 870 in this and oc it?
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