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before i go through with a 12hr+ run i run through 2 custom tests in prime95 . one being a 1344 test and the other a 1792 tests. run with 3/4 of ur total ram from 15-30min each and if it passes both of those go on to a blend test. thats what most ppl on the forum instructed me on how to do it
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I am working on a new, lighter, overclock of 4.5Ghz. Is CPU Overvolt Protection required or can that be left on Auto??
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4.5ghz @ 1.3v in bios for 12 hours!!!!!!!!!!

PS. I better be a stable boy so put me in this club
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Hi all.

Quite new to overclock.net as well as overclocking in general. I've been running with a 4.5GHz overclock on my 2600k system for about a month now and have messed around with trying to get to 4.7GHz, but without any luck at staying stable.

I tend to use LinX 0.6.4 to run about 50 times initially to check stability, then move on to the torture test on Prime95 (64 Bit) for about 10-12hours. I also use Memtest in windows to check RAM as well.

I've been looking at some of the voltages and temps for you guys and I'm concerned that I'm not doing it properly. I've put screenshots of my BIOS up as well as an example of idle / load temps if needed, and the details of my system are also shown.

Apologies if this is a little bit generic, I'm still learning.

My aim is to keep a stable overclock at 4.5GHz whilst seeing if anything can be lowered / altered to improve temps. Once I've done that, I'm going to scour this site for more information, learn what everything does and attempt to overclock a little bit higher in the future and hopefully join this club :-)

Many thanks!

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Hi all.

Quite new to overclock.net as well as overclocking in general. I've been running with a 4.5GHz overclock on my 2600k system for about a month now and have messed around with trying to get to 4.7GHz, but without any luck at staying stable.

I tend to use LinX 0.6.4 to run about 50 times initially to check stability, then move on to the torture test on Prime95 (64 Bit) for about 10-12hours. I also use Memtest in windows to check RAM as well.

I've been looking at some of the voltages and temps for you guys and I'm concerned that I'm not doing it properly. I've put screenshots of my BIOS up as well as an example of idle / load temps if needed, and the details of my system are also shown.

Apologies if this is a little bit generic, I'm still learning.

My aim is to keep a stable overclock at 4.5GHz whilst seeing if anything can be lowered / altered to improve temps. Once I've done that, I'm going to scour this site for more information, learn what everything does and attempt to overclock a little bit higher in the future and hopefully join this club :-)

Many thanks!

Images here: http://s1189.photobucket.com/albums/...creen%20shots/
Have you read the stuff on the first page about PLL voltage? I managed to get mine down to 1.7 without any issues @ 4.5Ghz. I'm pretty much in the same boat as you. New to OCing and scoured this site for info. The very first post for Sandy Stable club has a boat load of info, and it took me a while to read through it all. PLL voltage is the only thing that really sticks out to me right off. I'm still working on getting my temps down myself. Silly HDT coolers can be a pain to get TIMd and seated right. Hope this helps.
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Sorry bud, realtemp 3.67+ is a requirement, download it from here: http://gigaflopd.com/downloads/realtemp/




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I am working on a new, lighter, overclock of 4.5Ghz. Is CPU Overvolt Protection required or can that be left on Auto??
Auto should be fine.




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4.5ghz @ 1.3v in bios for 12 hours!!!!!!!!!!

PS. I better be a stable boy so put me in this club

Added, thank you for following the rules. You'll be added to the spreadsheet in a moment.


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BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones im after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page



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Originally Posted by Extr3me_Rob View Post
Hi all.

Quite new to overclock.net as well as overclocking in general. I've been running with a 4.5GHz overclock on my 2600k system for about a month now and have messed around with trying to get to 4.7GHz, but without any luck at staying stable.

I tend to use LinX 0.6.4 to run about 50 times initially to check stability, then move on to the torture test on Prime95 (64 Bit) for about 10-12hours. I also use Memtest in windows to check RAM as well.

I've been looking at some of the voltages and temps for you guys and I'm concerned that I'm not doing it properly. I've put screenshots of my BIOS up as well as an example of idle / load temps if needed, and the details of my system are also shown.

Apologies if this is a little bit generic, I'm still learning.

My aim is to keep a stable overclock at 4.5GHz whilst seeing if anything can be lowered / altered to improve temps. Once I've done that, I'm going to scour this site for more information, learn what everything does and attempt to overclock a little bit higher in the future and hopefully join this club :-)

Many thanks!

Images here: http://s1189.photobucket.com/albums/...creen%20shots/
Gimme a moment, I'll check your BIOS settings in a sec and i'll edit this post.
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Leave C1E and EIST (Speedstep) enabled as it has no adverse effect on stability, you could say that it could help the longitivity of your chip and help overall temps especially when using offset voltage, however when using offset voltage you must disable both C3 and C6 report to prevent any random or idle bsods. Both can be left on auto when using manual voltage though, however I recommend using offset voltage once you have found your desired overclock.

RAM can be left on stock as it has noe noticable effect performance in everyday usage. Make sure you set your timings and voltage accordingly or XMP. Is your stock timings 9-11-9-27 3N? those timings certainly sound a bit off, especially the command rate of 3N, it is usually 2 or 1N. Link me to the RAM that you have.

You could leave spreadspectrum enabled as agian it has no effect on stability and can actually help it.

Set VRM frequency to manual and 350 to achieve best overclocking results. Set both the duty and phase control to extreme and the cpu current capability to 140%, don't worry about the red, we know what were doing lol

PLL overvoltage can be left disabled unless you go on to a higher multi in which you may reuire it to boot into windows. It is usally enabled for higher multi's (ie. 47+)

Voltage's seem fine however as the member said above, try lowering the PLL voltage all the way down to 1.5v and working your way up using small increments. PLL voltage helps stability and overall temps.

Your vcore could be reduced, I don't know, the only way to try is to actually do it, test with prime accordingly and reduce it as much as you can.

Finally download realtemp 3.67 from the link provded in the OP or in this page (right above)

One more thing, check out the first post of this thread as it has most if not all the info much more in depth.

Hope that helps
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