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Thanks again for your reply. Actually became way too tempted for 4.5Ghz, kept settings like I had them at 4.0Ghz, bumped multi (with 1.25v) = bsod 124, bumped vcore 1.275v = bsod 3B, bumped vcore 1.30v = omgawd magic.

I haven't tested much yet, did a few benches, ran interlburn (no prime yet...but this one really feels stable, nothing odd happening, not in games either. I'll start testing both 4.0 and 4.5 for 2h each. It still isn't enough to be sure, I know, but it's my only computer that can handle what I need to do on computers . I can't miss it for 12h (except when I'm asleep/at school, though if anything happens...i'd rather be awake).

Got a few pics. I'm restoring back to stock for the rest of the day, don't want any unexpected bsod erase my homework .

My temps go a bit higher now but they seem really stable. never go above/reach 57°C. They can fluctuate between 45-56, which is a big difference. (while stress testing only btw). But that was enough tweaking for today really need to finish my tasks haha. Be seeing you next week then
Soudns like you're getting the hang of it, however I do recommend making changes in the BIOS in small increments.

Dont' do prime testing in your main OS especially if you have important documents etc, that is where a partition can be handy, better yet use a different HDD if you can, just load up the OS with the mobo driver, no intenernet connection or antivurs and do all your testing on that. If the OS corrupts its not a big problem as you can reinstall it as many times as you want lol.

I would forget about intel burn test, imho it's a load of crap, all it does is heats the cpu far more than prime blend (which is stupid because nothing will stress the cpu more than prime so no reason to use IBT), however in this case it hasn't done so because you need to be using the up to date intel burn test which has the updated linkpack with the avx instructions that SP1 (Windows 7 service pack 1) can utilise.

As explained above using a different hdd or temporary OS, you can run a 12hour prime test while your asleep. It'll either restart the rig or just stay at the blue error screen (bsod) unless you configure it restart when it does receive a bsod. Eother way you shoudl be able to retrieve an error code, via the bsod screen or in windws when it restarts.

Hopefully next week we can get you to a nice stable overclock with decent temps and voltages
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Awesome overclock, those temps are suprisingly low for a 212+ on a 2600K with HT enabled lol what's your ambient temps like?


Anyways I'll add it right now, it should be up in the next few mintues. +rep for following all the rules, appreciate the time and effort. Thanks again for contributing to the thread and spreadhseet.

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Awesome overclock, those temps are suprisingly low for a 212+ on a 2600K with HT enabled lol what's your ambient temps like?
Thanks Well I'm not sure exactly what my ambient temps were but they were reasonably cool. As you can see my temps peaked at 75C just short of an hour on prime. This is when i opened my window for the night and it was a pretty cold night. A good frosting on the ground outside.

So i think a combination of that and my case fans (top intake and rear exhaust) set to max.
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Thanks Well I'm not sure exactly what my ambient temps were but they were reasonably cool. As you can see my temps peaked at 75C just short of an hour on prime. This is when i opened my window for the night and it was a pretty cold night. A good frosting on the ground outside.

So i think a combination of that and my case fans (top intake and rear exhaust) set to max.
wow, I guess that did the trick then, anyways it should be available in the spreadsheet now. Again good job on the overclock, very impressive indeed
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I have an ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3. I overclocked my 2500k to 4.3GHz @ 1.355v. Does that seem high? I don't know if I have the settings configured correctly. All I changed was the multiplier, the vcore, and llc. Could I have a weak chip? But anyways to my main point, what is the difference between the levels of llc? I did some testing between the levels and from levels 3-5 they all seem the same and are around 1.33v idle and go to 1.26 load. On level 2, it fails to reach the splash screen twice (starts up, fans spin, fails) then finally I reach the bios to change it. On level 1, my voltage is 1.34v idle and it stays around 1.35v-1.36v load. Which llc is best? And since i set my voltage @ 1.355, should I make it higher since it reads up to 1.36v load? Also, doesn't my voltage looks awfully high for only 4.3GHz?

Temps reach just below 70c when running Prime95 @ 1792 for 15+ minutes. Idle temps were around 36-37c. Normal?

I am a complete noob when it comes to overclocking. Please help. Thanks.
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I didn't know anywhere else to post so..

I have an ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3. I overclocked my 2500k to 4.3GHz @ 1.355v. Does that seem high? I don't know if I have the settings configured correctly. All I changed was the multiplier, the vcore, and llc. Could I have a weak chip? But anyways to my main point, what is the difference between the levels of llc? I did some testing between the levels and from levels 3-5 they all seem the same and are around 1.33v idle and go to 1.26 load. On level 2, it fails to reach the splash screen twice (starts up, fans spin, fails) then finally I reach the bios to change it. On level 1, my voltage is 1.34v idle and it stays around 1.35v-1.36v load. Which llc is best? And since i set my voltage @ 1.355, should I make it higher since it reads up to 1.36v load? Also, doesn't my voltage looks awfully high for only 4.3GHz?

Temps reach just below 70c when running Prime95 @ 1792 for 15+ minutes. Idle temps were around 36-37c. Normal?

I am a complete noob when it comes to overclocking. Please help. Thanks.
Correct me if I'm wrong but i think LLC is additional voltage given to the CPU under load.

When my LLC is low I have higher voltage playing a game than the voltage when running prime.

Higher LLC helps compensate for the loss of voltage.

Thats my theory anyway. I too am a noob haha.

As for your temps my idle is usually under 30C and max 75C at 4.7GHz 1.400v with the 212+ but room temps and case airflow play big a factor in that.
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I have an ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3. I overclocked my 2500k to 4.3GHz @ 1.355v. Does that seem high? I don't know if I have the settings configured correctly. All I changed was the multiplier, the vcore, and llc. Could I have a weak chip? But anyways to my main point, what is the difference between the levels of llc? I did some testing between the levels and from levels 3-5 they all seem the same and are around 1.33v idle and go to 1.26 load. On level 2, it fails to reach the splash screen twice (starts up, fans spin, fails) then finally I reach the bios to change it. On level 1, my voltage is 1.34v idle and it stays around 1.35v-1.36v load. Which llc is best? And since i set my voltage @ 1.355, should I make it higher since it reads up to 1.36v load? Also, doesn't my voltage looks awfully high for only 4.3GHz?

Temps reach just below 70c when running Prime95 @ 1792 for 15+ minutes. Idle temps were around 36-37c. Normal?

I am a complete noob when it comes to overclocking. Please help. Thanks.

Please post your BIOS sttings, preferably the BIOS screnshots so that we can see what you're working with.

LLC (Load Line Calibration) is there to help reduce / eliminate the vdroop under load as much as possible by compensating the vcore. The different levels have different effects under load. I'm quite certain that level 2 is the best one for asrock mobo's.

Vdroop is the difference of the votlage between what is set in the BIOS and what you actually get. Idle votlage is not really that important, but we'll get to that later.

BEfore settings the LLC there are a few things that you must set, for example the turbo power limits. Please refer to the guie I have posted in the first page,m if you scroll down you should be able to view my little sandy guide.

Also please post you BIOS screenshots and then we'll take it from there.





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My BIOS settings is complete stock, except for the multiplier set @ 43 and the vcore @ 1.355v. (I didn't feel I needed to show screenshots since I haven't changed much.) Also, I tried using the default setting for 4.4GHz and it seems pretty stable with auto vcore and it uses about 1.36v under load.
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