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I find 62c rather hot for a H60 at just 1.304v load. Should be more like, 50c.

But ehm, for only 4Ghz I think you can even get away with undervolting the CPU to a voltage as low as 1.15v.
Just start at a offset of -0,005 and work your way down as far as you can maintain it's stability.
Or, just crank the max turbo multi up to 45, enable EIST & Turbo mode, use Offset voltage of -0,005 and up all the Current and Power limits to 250W/A and test if it's stable. If it aint, switch to +0,005 and work up till it either hits 75c or is stable.
You'll enjoy your CPU a lot more that way wink.gif
With that 1.304v there's people running 4.7 on that. Average at that voltage would be about 4.4-4.5Ghz.
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Here is my new results with a bit of voltage tweaking and an updated prime 95. Let me know what you think.
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1. Heard there might be bios update for my board will have to check into that later

2. I upped my pll from 1.709 to one step higher and my vcore one notch higher but cpuz still says 4.8@1.328-1.33 either way I seem to be having no issues folding and gaming because last month out of the blue I have been crashing randomly.
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Just finished my 4.8 overclock.
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So, not a part of this club, YET smile.gif. Hoping to be as I am very disappointed with my FX8150, and overall the processor is great for daily usage and the motherboard I am using is great as well, but I just feel like I am missing something. Sort of that feeling when you get a project complete, but you know it could have been more...

I have been looking at multiple boards for a 2500K and 2600K build, but I had originally wanted to go with a 6 Core/12 Thread and quickly realized I did not need that kind of power for my "Pretty" build to power the applications I am using (games).

3 Boards on my List:

ASUS Sabertooth Z77

Maximus V Gene (Micro ATX, and would look hillarious in my M8 Magnum but has everything I need and no fluff)

ASUS P8Z77 WS (Dual 3.0 x16 capable)

The P8Z77 WS is on the top of the list for PCI-E 3.0 X16 SLi/CrossfireX. Anyone have anything to recommend I look at?
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Sorry here it is lol
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Sorry here it is lol
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Congrats on the stable 4.8 OC.
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My BIOS settings

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So, not a part of this club, YET smile.gif. Hoping to be as I am very disappointed with my FX8150, and overall the processor is great for daily usage and the motherboard I am using is great as well, but I just feel like I am missing something. Sort of that feeling when you get a project complete, but you know it could have been more...
I have been looking at multiple boards for a 2500K and 2600K build, but I had originally wanted to go with a 6 Core/12 Thread and quickly realized I did not need that kind of power for my "Pretty" build to power the applications I am using (games).
3 Boards on my List:
ASUS Sabertooth Z77
Maximus V Gene (Micro ATX, and would look hillarious in my M8 Magnum but has everything I need and no fluff)
ASUS P8Z77 WS (Dual 3.0 x16 capable)
The P8Z77 WS is on the top of the list for PCI-E 3.0 X16 SLi/CrossfireX. Anyone have anything to recommend I look at?

anyone can confirm only ivy bridge supports pci 3 ? i remember reading it but i dont remember how long ago that was
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anyone can confirm only ivy bridge supports pci 3 ? i remember reading it but i dont remember how long ago that was

Yes, only Ivy Bridge supports PCIe 3.0. SB does not.
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