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I must have misread earlier.
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Is the LLC setting on that is set to "High" 50%? On my board, 50% is only good for 4.2-4.8Ghz. Do you have additional settings for this option? At 4.8Ghz, I am using "Ultra" on my board.
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Nvm, I saw your post about offset not requiring as much.
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I understand that point entirely. However, an overclock like his would be a good starting ground for anyone who is interested in the 5.0Ghz level!
I guess. Personally I think it's better to work your way up yourself, starting at around 4.5GHz or so. But different people do things different ways, it's totally up to you how you go about doing your overclock.
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Finally! 1.365v in bios - 1.36 BSODs at 1792
    
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Finally! 1.365v in bios - 1.36 BSODs at 1792
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Spreadsheet contains voltage info, temperature info, cooling info, BIOS templates and seperate sheets hava been created for all of those, including one which filters the i5 and i7. This should be helpful to SB users and those looking to get SB, it also helps provide real world data regarding how the coolers are performing, what temps people are getting with the overclocks and at what kind of votlages, I think that it s a great addition to OCN and one that SB and non SB users can benefit from.


Thanks to all that contributed to this thread and spreadsheet, would not have been possible without you guys


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I guess. Personally I think it's better to work your way up yourself, starting at around 4.5GHz or so. But different people do things different ways, it's totally up to you how you go about doing your overclock.
I am at 4.8Ghz now... 5.0Ghz just from upping voltages wasn't getting me anywhere. I need to try who new settings.
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I am at 4.8Ghz now... 5.0Ghz just from upping voltages wasn't getting me anywhere. I need to try who new settings.
Most of the BIOS settings aint universal as every bit of component is unique. Therefore working your way up with your own chip is a better option.

What are your BIOS settings for 4.8?
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I am at 4.8Ghz now... 5.0Ghz just from upping voltages wasn't getting me anywhere. I need to try who new settings.
Make sure you only change one setting at a time and test. You will be running around in circles otherwise.
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That's my settings right now except for the Internal PPL Overvoltage is disabled.

Here is my 4.8Ghz OC with everything that is requested on the OP, I think.



Am I in?

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