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I'd like to join the stable club too please! smile.gif

My i5-2500k is running smooth as anything at 4.7GHz. This is with just 0.005 voltage offset (to stop the auto kicking in). It's totally stable and the temps are amazing! Although that is probably to do with my unique cooling system. It actually makes the area around the PC cooler when it's running!!! I had it running stable at 4.9GHz too, but the voltage was sitting at 1.4v (with temps of low 60s) otherwise I'd get worker errors in prime95 and I don't need that much speed! smile.gif At 4.8GHz it wasn't running much cooler or lower power stable so 4.7 seems to be the sweet-spot for me. I think dropping 200MHz is worth having a maximum load temperature of 57/58 degrees c!

Voltage is 1.352v under load and 1.016v when idling at 1600MHz. I love this chip, it's already faster and will use less power than my old i5. Temps are just 15c hotter than when running at stock (with turbo).

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4.7GHz at 1.352v.png 321k .png file


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Question please guys.
I'm currently running 4.0ghz @ 1.2v stable. I'm trying to reach 4.5ghz @ 1.3v. I ran Intel Burn Test but CPU-Z shows only the multiplier at x39 - x40.
At BIOS/UEFI, I only changed the max ratio to 45 and vcore to 1.3v, leaving all the other values at stock/default.
I'm using 2500k on Asrock z68 Extreme 3 Gen 3 mobo with Noctua NH-D14 and Gskill RipjawsX 8gb DDR3 1600mhz CL8.

attention please. thanks.
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attention please. thanks.

This means that your CPU throttles down.
Intel Burn Test creates the worst case scenario and uses maximum power.
You have to adjust the Turbo Boost Power limit so your CPU is allowed to drain more power.
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Any tips on how much is to much?
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Any tips on how much is to much?

As far as I understood, its more a heat question.
Nearly all power used by the CPU is transformed into heat. So as soon as you raise the limit, your temps will rise.
Nevertheless your CPU only uses the power it needs, so setting it to a high value doesn't mean you will reach that limit.
For example my 4.3Ghz overclock drains 90W with prime95 but 120W+ while running IBT.
My limit in BIOS is 150W.
For more information have a look at the BIOS spreadsheets.
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As far as I understood, its more a heat question.
Nearly all power used by the CPU is transformed into heat. So as soon as you raise the limit, your temps will rise.
Nevertheless your CPU only uses the power it needs, so setting it to a high value doesn't mean you will reach that limit.
For example my 4.3Ghz overclock drains 90W with prime95 but 120W+ while running IBT.
My limit in BIOS is 150W.
For more information have a look at the BIOS spreadsheets.

now that setting make's more sense. So a setting of 130 would mean the CPU can pull up to 130w if needed? ok, WoW! rep to you. This was one of the little tidbits that was messing with me..This is my first experience overclocking an Intel ever. About a month ago I jumped over from AMD. I have a stable overclock but I'm trying to refine it... I think my clocks are using too much voltage.
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now that setting make's more sense. So a setting of 130 would mean the CPU can pull up to 130w if needed? ok, WoW! rep to you. This was one of the little tidbits that was messing with me..This is my first experience overclocking an Intel ever. About a month ago I jumped over from AMD. I have a stable overclock but I'm trying to refine it... I think my clocks are using too much voltage.

Thanks.
I myself came from an AMD system 2 month ago and was also wondering about this setting back then biggrin.gif.
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I've recently upgraded from Q9550 + P5QC to 2500K and Asus P8Z68-V PRO/Gen3..

My CPU for 4.2GHz (P95 Blend 8hrs) needs 1.24V (LOAD)/ 1.22V BIOS..

But for 4.5GHz (testing with Custom P95 1344K as we speak) it needs 1.328V LOAD/ 1.32V BIOS..

My max core temperature @ 4.5GHz in P95 is 61C on the hottest core (Noctua NH-D14, 2 x 120mm 2000rpm fans)

Is such huge jump in Vcore common for 2500K processors?

And is ~ 1.35V common for 4.5GHz on these CPUs?


My current OC settings:

Ai Tweaker= MANUAL
CPU ratio = 45
BLCK= 100
RAM Speed = 1600MHz
PLL= ENABLED
CPU Capability= 140%

LLC= ULTRA HIGH
VRM Frequency = 350
VRM Duty Ctrl = EXTREME
PHASE Ctrl = EXTREME

Vcore Control = MANUAL
Vcore= 1.320V
CPU PLL= 1.65V
DRAM Voltage= 1.65V
VCCIO= AUTO
PCH= AUTO

C1E= ENABLED
C3/C6 = AUTO

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I've recently upgraded from Q9550 + P5QC to 2500K and Asus P8Z68-V PRO/Gen3..
My CPU for 4.2GHz (P95 Blend 8hrs) needs 1.24V (LOAD)/ 1.22V BIOS..
But for 4.5GHz (testing with Custom P95 1344K as we speak) it needs 1.328V LOAD/ 1.32V BIOS..
My max core temperature @ 4.5GHz in P95 is 61C on the hottest core (Noctua NH-D14, 2 x 120mm 2000rpm fans)
Is such huge jump in Vcore common for 2500K processors?
And is ~ 1.35V common for 4.5GHz on these CPUs?
My current OC settings:
Ai Tweaker= MANUAL
CPU ratio = 45
BLCK= 100
RAM Speed = 1600MHz
PLL= ENABLED
CPU Capability= 140%
LLC= ULTRA HIGH
VRM Frequency = 350
VRM Duty Ctrl = EXTREME
PHASE Ctrl = EXTREME
Vcore Control = MANUAL
Vcore= 1.320V
CPU PLL= 1.65V
DRAM Voltage= 1.65V
VCCIO= AUTO
PCH= AUTO
C1E= ENABLED
C3/C6 = AUTO
CHEERS..

First off good choice on Board and chip... Second, refer to this chart for "what is a normal voltage"
700
1.32V is very common for 4.5Ghz

credit to Molybdenum for the chart
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