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I got it for $135 USD plus tax, so $143, so yes, pretty cheap.

That should be a normal price for i5 2550K worldwide! It is missing s iGPU...it would of been nice if it was out when i was buying my PC...no need for iGPU on p67 boards... My luck... rolleyes.gif
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Well some good news. I got fed up with all the trial and error and ran a "Can-it-be-done?/Desperation" Run at 1.5v, and got a 20-hr stable 4.8GHz overclock. I'm not accepting the insane 1.5v, but at least I know my chip can do it eventually. So now I'm going back to trial and error, seeing how low the voltage can go before it loses 12-hour stability. Keep your fingers crossed!
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post #7933 of 10701
@btw1217 How was the temps for a 1.5v with watercooling?
post #7934 of 10701
Ok now I'm kinda curious about something. After switching vcore to offset I could get a multiplier of 49 to work at almost the exact same voltage 48 took with manual. But when I tried 49 before I couldn't get manual voltage to work even with almost .025V more then it currently has while running stable. I could also get it to boot with a x50 multiplier (but I couldn't get that stable without significantly more voltage). Is this normal for anyone else?
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post #7935 of 10701
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Ok now I'm kinda curious about something. After switching vcore to offset I could get a multiplier of 49 to work at almost the exact same voltage 48 took with manual. But when I tried 49 before I couldn't get manual voltage to work even with almost .025V more then it currently has while running stable. I could also get it to boot with a x50 multiplier (but I couldn't get that stable without significantly more voltage). Is this normal for anyone else?

I have never tried manual vcore on this board so I can't compare. Only thing i can think of is that with offsets, your board has greater range of flexibility in vcore adjustments to accommodate changes in CPU load, which translates into stability. How's the temp?
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post #7936 of 10701
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I have never tried manual vcore on this board so I can't compare. Only thing i can think of is that with offsets, your board has greater range of flexibility in vcore adjustments to accommodate changes in CPU load, which translates into stability. How's the temp?

Currently with slighter higher voltage needed for longer stability (I had to bump it up a notch from my earlier post) I'm getting my worst core up to 85C like before. However the AC is on this time. I do think I'm going to have to get the stuff to reseat my cooler.
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Vcore 1.384
48 multiplier
worst core 85C
AC off (ambient 80F)
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Vcore 1.400
49 multiplier
worst core 85C
AC on (ambient 72ishF)
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post #7937 of 10701
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Currently with slighter higher voltage needed for longer stability (I had to bump it up a notch from my earlier post) I'm getting my worst core up to 85C like before. However the AC is on this time. I do think I'm going to have to get the stuff to reseat my cooler. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Old stats.
Vcore 1.384
48 multiplier
worst core 85C
AC off (ambient 80F)
New stats
Vcore 1.400
49 multiplier
worst core 85C
AC on (ambient 72ishF)

4.9ghz is pretty good. Although it's pretty nasty to hit 85c for ambient of 72ishF. It won't kill your chip though since you most likely won't hit such high temp in everyday use. Besides using offset will help a great deal in terms of longevity.

The HAF 932 is a kick ass case so i don't think there's any problems with your airflow if it is fully fanned. If you want to improve the temps you may try replace the noctua stock fans with ones that pushes more air, and/or add a 3rd fan, that way you may even be able to push it higher. There are some experts on the Noctua NH-D14 owners club thread who can give you great advice on this if you need it.

Well done getting it to 4.9 =)
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Ah too bad I did alot of reseach but no one I asked could determine which would OC better so I decided on the snipers as they looked better and they seemed to have the same chips as the Ripjaws. Oh well.

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So I am thinking about overclocking my i5 2500k again but I am kind of worried. The last time I overclocked my cpu I got it to 4.3ghz and it ran stable for a week. I was streaming HD 720p most of the week for 6+ hours and had 0 problems. Then one day I was messing with my streaming settings and suddenly a "OVERCLOCK HAS FAILED" error popped up. It restarted my pc and I went into bios and set everything back to default. It never posted again. Basically my motherboard died on me. It is a ASUS P8P67 LE (REV 3.0) LGA 1155 Intel P67 with that UEFI bios. Sent it in the be fixed and got it back. Overclocked it back to 4.3ghz for a week but turned it back to default because I am a worry wart. There is also no options in the Bios to manually set the voltage. The hell?
post #7940 of 10701
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So I am thinking about overclocking my i5 2500k again but I am kind of worried. The last time I overclocked my cpu I got it to 4.3ghz and it ran stable for a week. I was streaming HD 720p most of the week for 6+ hours and had 0 problems. Then one day I was messing with my streaming settings and suddenly a "OVERCLOCK HAS FAILED" error popped up. It restarted my pc and I went into bios and set everything back to default. It never posted again. Basically my motherboard died on me. It is a ASUS P8P67 LE (REV 3.0) LGA 1155 Intel P67 with that UEFI bios. Sent it in the be fixed and got it back. Overclocked it back to 4.3ghz for a week but turned it back to default because I am a worry wart. There is also no options in the Bios to manually set the voltage. The hell?

Not on the LE or LX--no fixed vcore, and shorter power phase.

But using an offset is not any more difficult. Just be sure to enable LLC, and if your board isn't defective you can sill get 95% of what your processor has in it (I had the LE until I killed it).
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