Originally Posted by Stobe
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.
It would be a good idea to see what settings you have in your BIOS, unfortunatly I havn't yet memorised every 1155 mobo. lol
You could use this one as a template: http://www.overclock.net/14538959-post2445.html
Obviously vcore will be different, however you could follow that template and make small changes like RAM settings etc which resemeble your stock settings for your RAM.
Drop the mulitplier to 45 and the vcore to fixed at 1.25 (work your way up while testing with prime)
LLC level 2
Then once you find your correct voltage for your overclock you can change to offset voltage, however we'll get to that once you have done the rest.
The overclocking guide in the first post will help you out, check it out.
Originally Posted by Overclocker.Monster
I would like to join:
ADD: Using TRUE 120 Extreme push/pull
Would like to know if it's everything set ok on the pic, plz confirm
Screenshots looks fine, I'll add it in a moment.
Done, thank you for following the rules and contributing to the thread and spreadsheet. Your entry should be up in the next minute or so.
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Edited by munaim1 - 10/9/11 at 2:29pm
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