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I seem to have a nice cpu here
An hour of lix at 50x100 1.336volt - this is linx with avx etc - 6.8gb memory.
I've been trying to find the max multiplier - since this seems like a golden chip - i can get in windows at x55 - after this it boots perfectly in safe mode but keeps freezing at the starting windows animation.
Anything i can try? Or do i just need more volt and cold to find out?

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May someone kindly help me out? I want to overclock (stable of course, as this post suggests.. hehe) to just 4.2ghz since im very particular with ambient room temp here in the Philippines.

Here are my computer specifications:

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hoping for an expert response!
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May someone kindly help me out? I want to overclock (stable of course, as this post suggests.. hehe) to just 4.2ghz since im very particular with ambient room temp here in the Philippines.

Here are my computer specifications:

Asrock z68 Extreme 3 Gen 3
i5 2500k
Noctua NH-d14
8gb gskill ripjawsX 1600mhz CL8
onboard GPU
WD Caviar Blue 500gb
Corsair HX650
NZXT Phantom (white)

hoping for an expert response!


The very first page of this thread has some great resources.

 

If you want to jump right in and try, you can use my BIOS settings which are in my signature. We have the same CPU and RAM, similar cooling, and relatively similar motherboards.

 

If my BIOS settings won't let you boot into windows, you can raise the turbo voltage some in small increments or you can reduce the multiplier down to 45 to start with. You can also reduce the amount of negative offset voltage that I use, especially if you get BSODs at idle.

 

No two CPUs are the same though, so my settings aren't a guarantee to work well. They're just a shortcut to a moderate overclock. The first post in this thread has much more information to help you fine-tune your system.

 

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The very first page of this thread has some great resources.

If you want to jump right in and try, you can use my BIOS settings which are in my signature. We have the same CPU and RAM, similar cooling, and relatively similar motherboards.

If my BIOS settings won't let you boot into windows, you can raise the turbo voltage some in small increments or you can reduce the multiplier down to 45 to start with. You can also reduce the amount of negative offset voltage that I use, especially if you get BSODs at idle.

No two CPUs are the same though, so my settings aren't a guarantee to work well. They're just a shortcut to a moderate overclock. The first post in this thread has much more information to help you fine-tune your system.

Thanks a lot bro! Will look forward to this one. Any further suggestions fellas? To be honest, I know nothing about overclocking so Im depending on your stable inputs. Same rig specs as mine. Very much afraid to ruin my cpu as well for my pocket's slashed to get another one. hehe
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I seem to have a nice cpu here
An hour of lix at 50x100 1.336volt - this is linx with avx etc - 6.8gb memory.
I've been trying to find the max multiplier - since this seems like a golden chip - i can get in windows at x55 - after this it boots perfectly in safe mode but keeps freezing at the starting windows animation.
Anything i can try? Or do i just need more volt and cold to find out?

I am in the same boat. x55 works fine. x56,x57 boots to the windows screen then freezes. I can't get around it and I don't know why no matter how high the voltage is increased.
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I seem to have a nice cpu here
An hour of lix at 50x100 1.336volt - this is linx with avx etc - 6.8gb memory.
I've been trying to find the max multiplier - since this seems like a golden chip - i can get in windows at x55 - after this it boots perfectly in safe mode but keeps freezing at the starting windows animation.
Anything i can try? Or do i just need more volt and cold to find out?

I am in the same boat. x55 works fine. x56,x57 boots to the windows screen then freezes. I can't get around it and I don't know why no matter how high the voltage is increased.

 

You're probably to the point where it's going to take LN2 or Phase Change nonsense to boot higher.

 

Honestly, I'd be backing down to 5.0 GHz and 1.336 Vcore and happy about it. Maybe if you can get 5.2 GHz on 1.416 or less Vcore, but .... sheesh...

 

 

Complaining about not being able to boot into Windows at 5.5 GHz on standard (air or water) cooling!?!?  Really?
 

 

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Thanks a lot bro! Will look forward to this one. Any further suggestions fellas? To be honest, I know nothing about overclocking so Im depending on your stable inputs. Same rig specs as mine. Very much afraid to ruin my cpu as well for my pocket's slashed to get another one. hehe

No need to worry about damaging your cpu.

Overclocking is not what kills a cpu, too much voltage and heat is what can cause negative affects.

First things first make sure you leave ram at stock and manually enter timings and voltage, you should find the timings etc on the ram itself.

Secondly the first thing you should do is keep all voltages at stock and find the highest multiplier you can be stable at with stock voltages, a 40 multiplier (4ghz) should be fine with stock voltage.

Try a 40 multiplier on stock voltage first, then stress test, if stable increase the multiplier, then test for stability.

If it fails simply increase the cpu vcore by one notch, then test for stability again, at this point the only voltage you should be touching is cpu vcore. Remember to keep an eye on temps when stress testing if your temps are too high do NOT increase vcore.
Edited by its my first time - 2/15/12 at 4:28pm
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No need to worry about damaging your cpu.
Overclocking is not what kills a cpu, too much voltage and heat is what can cause negative affects.
First things first make sure you leave ram at stock and manually enter timings and voltage, you should find the timings etc on the ram itself.
Secondly the first thing you should do is keep all voltages at stock and find the highest multiplier you can be stable at with stock voltages, a 40 multiplier (4ghz) should be fine with stock voltage.
Try a 40 multiplier on stock voltage first, then stress test, if stable increase the multiplier, then test for stability.
If it fails simply increase the cpu vcore by one notch, then test for stability again, at this point the only voltage you should be touching is cpu vcore. Remember to keep an eye on temps when stress testing if your temps are too high do NOT increase vcore.

That's what I will surely try. ^_^ Anyway, what do you mean when you say "one notch". Really a newbie here bro. ^_^
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That's what I will surely try. ^_^ Anyway, what do you mean when you say "one notch". Really a newbie here bro. ^_^

No worries, notch is just a word I use to mean one increment. So just simply increase vcore by one interval, for example on my motherboard vcore increases by 0.005 intervals. So if stock was 1.200 one notch would be 1.205 then 1.210 then 1.215 etc

As I said though first thing to do is keep everything at stock and increase the multiplier, I mentioned 40 but if you want you can increase the multiplier from stock one at a time.

I just recommended a multiplier of 40 because the majority of 2500/2600/2700 cpus will do 40 or thereabouts on stock voltage
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