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To add to your post, the type of cooling is "AIR Prolimatech Megahalems Rev. B" (Just to save others from needing to google whether that's air or water. smile.gif )
Your Vcore and Tmax look just fine to me. Nice job getting everything right on your first time! thumbsupsmiley.png

Already added that to my post thank you. To be honest i thought that for whoever would look this thread it should be clear what Megahalems is but you got a point there:)

Thank you for commenting:P
Edited by Zanklont - 11/17/11 at 3:50pm
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My first overclock ever:) Used prime95 for 13h and 20mins.

Count me in:)

Thanks for the pic, added to the club and the spreadsheet. Thanks again for contributing!


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i5-2500k @ 4.7 GHz 18hr 45min Blend Custom for > 90% RAM use:
My full BIOS Template is in my user album right now.
It's more than what you asked for though, so here are the highlights of exactly what you asked for in the order you listed and without the extra items
Feel free to go to my picture albums and have a look around there for more details.

Wow thanks bud. +rep for the screenshots. I'll add them right now. thumb.gif
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Wow thanks bud. +rep for the screenshots. I'll add them right now. thumb.gif

Thanks! I wasn't going to post my screenshots in a huge link so I stuck them into the spoiler link. The ones in my album have screenshots about things like my SATA drives and serial ports that wouldn't make much sense in this thread. ( laugher.gif ) I wasn't going to post my BIOS profile until I was sure it was stable in everyday use and gaming as well as the stress tests. I've been running the system for several days and I'm still error free and crash free.
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Add meeeee! smile.gif

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16 hour run with 4.6GHz on the 2500K

AIR - Thermalright Archon Rev.A (for your copy/paste pleasure)

CPU-Z Validation link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2104000

I included the ASUS sensor readings for the CPU fan speed. However, during the test the motherboard went straight from 21c to 123C! Totally believable..... but hey I got to see their warning popup system was working. tongue.gif
Edited by Celoth - 11/18/11 at 4:34am
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Hi Celoth,nice overclock mate,keep up the good work.thumb.gif
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So exactly what it seems, I can't seem to reach any further than 4.6 using an Asus P8Z68-V. I can sometimes boot into windows at 4.7 , but it always crashes under 5 minutes of prime (even up to 1.42v). Usually error code 124. Anyone have experience with Asus p867/z68 boards?

So my current stable settings are:
4.6ghz

PLL overvolt -> Disabled

Load-line Calibration -> Ultra High

VRM Frequency -> 350

Phase Control -> Extreme

Duty Control -> T.Probe

CPU Current Capability -> 130%

CPU Voltage -> Manual 1.35v

DRAM Voltage -> 1.65v

VCCIO Voltage -> Auto

CPU PLL Voltage -> Auto

PCH Voltage -> Auto

DRAM DATA REF Voltage -> Auto

DRAM CTRL REF Voltage -> Auto

DRAM DATA REF Voltage -> Auto

DRAM CTRL REF Voltage -> Auto

CPU Spread Spectrum -> Disabled
Edited by hollowtek - 11/18/11 at 4:26am
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Hello all. I just got to 4.5 stable (for about 7.5 hrs anyway, stopped to look into changes).

I used this video step by step:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMZoWOpry40

I'm looking for suggestions on this OC method. I read several guides and watched several vids, all point in slightly different directions. My goal for now is to be in the 4.5 ~ 4.8 range and be at the lowest possible voltages and temps... (as "safe" as possible with a mild to moderate OC). I'd also like to keep my computer as quiet as possible so I'm not sure if disabling fan control and runing them full out as suggested in this guide is really ideal.

Please provide suggestions, thanks! Screenie below:

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Edited by uniwarking - 11/18/11 at 4:42am
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Hi Celoth,nice overclock mate,keep up the good work.thumb.gif

Thanks! smile.gif
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So exactly what it seems, I can't seem to reach any further than 4.6 using an Asus P8Z68-V. I can sometimes boot into windows at 4.7 , but it always crashes under 5 minutes of prime (even up to 1.42v). Usually error code 124. Anyone have experience with Asus p867/z68 boards?

Try lowering your PLL manually. On mine I am stable with 1.55v. It won't even post with 1.50v, but as long as it can post, it seems stable. So try fiddling with that. Apparently a high PLL can cause instability. I can leave spread spectrum on enabled as well.
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Thanks! smile.gif
Try lowering your PLL manually. On mine I am stable with 1.55v. It won't even post with 1.50v, but as long as it can post, it seems stable. So try fiddling with that. Apparently a high PLL can cause instability. I can leave spread spectrum on enabled as well.

I'll give this a try. I went the opposite and gradually reduced my PLL from 1.8 until it because unstable...
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Oh and duty control to Extreme as well. Works for me at least.
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