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Looking for a little advice from the pros! I have read through lots of the guides posted on OC'ing the i5 2500k but still confused a bit as there is alot of mixed results on different bios settings and it's been some time for me as well as coming from an opteron 165. I will include pics running Prime and bios settings as well. If you would prefer me to start a new thread instead of posting in here lmk!

Anyways with my current settings (will see below, system specs in sig) i am running Prime custom blend with 90% ram and after 6 hours roughly each time at 1.360 vcore in bios and 1.650 vcore in bios i am getting BSOD error 0x124. I have not tried tweaking PLL or VCCIO yet ( if you think this is the culprit please inform me and where i should start).

I have tried enabling and disabling Spead Spectum as well and same result.

At 1.360 vcore in bios Cpuz reads 1.368 v at full load and occasionally drops to 1.360v with current settings below.

At 1.365 vcore in bios Cpuz reads 1.368 v at full load and occasionally moves up to 1.372v with current settings.

I doe not think its temp related as max temps hit 72c at full load occasionally. As i am new to this and BSOD 0x124 is not happening until 6 hrs plus in Prime i have no clue where to start. I know i should probably start with a lower multiplier but being so close with a 4.6 i thought i should start asking for advice. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Lots of pics sorry!

Screen running Prime at 1.365 vcore in bios:
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@ xF5X In a nutshell here is what I have learned for Asus P or Z68 Board settings...

-Set multi to desired OC
-Set RAM to 1600 (manually)
-Leave RAM settings/timings to auto or defaults.
-Load Line Calibration to Medium/High for a 4.6 OC
-Use offset voltage to target your desired load voltage
-Use additional turbo voltage setting to fine tune your load vcore
-350 for fixed VRM frequency
-C3 and C6 Disabled
-Set PLL to lowest possible while stable (1.5-1.7 typically)
-Spread Spectrum Enabled with Bclck set to 100.0

Everything else left on defualts. Did I miss anything for a TLDR overclock?
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@ xF5X In a nutshell here is what I have learned for Asus P or Z68 Board settings...
-Set multi to desired OC
-Set RAM to 1600 (manually)
-Leave RAM settings/timings to auto or defaults.
-Load Line Calibration to Medium/High for a 4.6 OC
-Use offset voltage to target your desired load voltage
-Use additional turbo voltage setting to fine tune your load vcore
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-C3 and C6 Disabled
-Set PLL to lowest possible while stable (1.5-1.7 typically)
-Spread Spectrum Enabled with Bclck set to 100.0
Everything else left on defualts. Did I miss anything for a TLDR overclock?

First of all thanks for the info.

You recommend starting with offset? I was trying to find a stable clock with manual first then try offset from there as offset seems very frustrating at the moment, lol.

I have to read more on that topic. I have an ssd so would disabling C3 and C6 have an effect on the drive?

I was going to start fiddling with PLL but being though i seem to be getting my 0x124 error after 6 hrs of Prime that seems like an awful lot of testing starting with PLL at the lowest setting and increasing a notch at a time especially if it takes 6 = hrs to get a 0x124 error. I know, Oc'ing takes time but i do not understand why it take so long to blue screen if its unstable.
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First of all thanks for the info.
You recommend starting with offset? I was trying to find a stable clock with manual first then try offset from there as offset seems very frustrating at the moment, lol.
I have to read more on that topic. I have an ssd so would disabling C3 and C6 have an effect on the drive?
I was going to start fiddling with PLL but being though i seem to be getting my 0x124 error after 6 hrs of Prime that seems like an awful lot of testing starting with PLL at the lowest setting and increasing a notch at a time especially if it takes 6 = hrs to get a 0x124 error. I know, Oc'ing takes time but i do not understand why it take so long to blue screen if its unstable.

My 6 hour Prime failure just required one last voltage bump and then I made it to 20 hrs. Not saying that is the case for you but a 6 hour failure is usually needing one last minor voltage bump. You are already a tiny bit high (voltage) for 4.6 meaning you may have a slightly below average chip, which is no big deal.

Oh and make sure you are running the 1344 and 1792 custom blends before starting your long run. You can use the Intel Burn-in test also but be careful how your LLC is set for IBT. The temps can really sky rocket with IBT if your LLC is set to high or extreme.

For PLL I would just set it at 1.6 or 1.65 and go from there. If you can boot into windows and run at least 10 min of prime then PLL is probably stable.
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My 6 hour Prime failure just required one last voltage bump and then I made it to 20 hrs. Not saying that is the case for you but a 6 hour failure is usually needing one last minor voltage bump. You are already a tiny bit high (voltage) for 4.6 meaning you may have a slightly below average chip, which is no big deal.
Oh and make sure you are running the 1344 and 1792 custom blends before starting your long run. You can use the Intel Burn-in test also but be careful how your LLC is set for IBT. The temps can really sky rocket with IBT if your LLC is set to high or extreme.
For PLL I would just set it at 1.6 or 1.65 and go from there. If you can boot into windows and run at least 10 min of prime then PLL is probably stable.

Ok thanks again for the tips.

I will try bumping vcore up one more notch and try adjusting PLL.
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Ok thanks again for the tips.
I will try bumping vcore up one more notch and try adjusting PLL.

Good luck! And also, you sig rig parts are a little messed up. Your have no CPU category and your Motherboard is showing i5 2500K.
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Hello!

Im not sure if this is the right place to ask help overclocking but atleast seems like you guys on this thread know what your doing so cba making new thread about it. Overclocking is pretty new thing for me and im going to overclock my i5 2500K and i was wondering if you guys could share some help & tips with it. Added my gaming rig trought rigbuilder so you should see my computer there but if it doesnt show up heres little info: i5 2500K with Coolink Corator DS, Asrock z68 Pro 3, 16GB 1333MHZ Kingston RAM, Corsair HX650W, Asus GTX 590. Thank you already!
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Hello!

Im not sure if this is the right place to ask help overclocking but atleast seems like you guys on this thread know what your doing so cba making new thread about it. Overclocking is pretty new thing for me and im going to overclock my i5 2500K and i was wondering if you guys could share some help & tips with it. Added my gaming rig trought rigbuilder so you should see my computer there but if it doesnt show up heres little info: i5 2500K with Coolink Corator DS, Asrock z68 Pro 3, 16GB 1333MHZ Kingston RAM, Corsair HX650W, Asus GTX 590. Thank you already!


If you read the first post in this thread carefully and check out all of the clickable links, you'll have most of your questions answered!

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Im not sure if this is the right place to ask help overclocking but atleast seems like you guys on this thread know what your doing so cba making new thread about it. Overclocking is pretty new thing for me and im going to overclock my i5 2500K and i was wondering if you guys could share some help & tips with it. Added my gaming rig trought rigbuilder so you should see my computer there but if it doesnt show up heres little info: i5 2500K with Coolink Corator DS, Asrock z68 Pro 3, 16GB 1333MHZ Kingston RAM, Corsair HX650W, Asus GTX 590. Thank you already!

Firstly welcome to OCN, secondly your rig is showing up fine in your sig. Have you had a chance to take a look at the guides posted in the first post of this thread? I think that would be a great place to start. thumb.gif
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@ xF5X In a nutshell here is what I have learned for Asus P or Z68 Board settings...
-Set multi to desired OC
-Set RAM to 1600 (manually)
-Leave RAM settings/timings to auto or defaults.
-Load Line Calibration to Medium/High for a 4.6 OC
-Use offset voltage to target your desired load voltage
-Use additional turbo voltage setting to fine tune your load vcore
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-C3 and C6 Disabled
-Set PLL to lowest possible while stable (1.5-1.7 typically)
-Spread Spectrum Enabled with Bclck set to 100.0
Everything else left on defualts. Did I miss anything for a TLDR overclock?

Thx for the info.



If my cpu does 4.6ghz with auto everything, does that mean it's a good chip or does it not mean anything at all?
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