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I'll do that, I also found this http://www.overclock.net/t/1100100/info-intel-2500k-2600k-overclocking-tips
Think its good to follow?

Yes, and here also --

http://www.overclock.net/t/1219588/updated-part-ii-offset-mode-overclocking-starter-guide-and-thread

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?2161-ASUS-P8P67-Series-Overclocking-Guide-and-Information&highlight=offset+mode
http://rog.asus.com/51092012/overclocking/overclocking-using-offset-mode-for-cpu-core-voltage/

The last two are not specific to your motherboard, but should at least give you a general idea of how it works.
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I tried the settings he showed in the tutorial for fun, tho they didnt work.
The computer froze on the windows logo or on the desktop.

I just changed the multiplier to 45 & cpu voltage to 1.35v now.


By the way, if I would want a bios reset how would I do that?
Do I download new bios from asus and install?
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I tried the settings he showed in the tutorial for fun, tho they didnt work.
The computer froze on the windows logo or on the desktop.

I just changed the multiplier to 45 & cpu voltage to 1.35v now.


By the way, if I would want a bios reset how would I do that?
Do I download new bios from asus and install?

bios reset is done on your mobo,(clear cmos)
or taking the battery out,
you can look in your mobo manual where to reset your bios,
my mobo has 2 pins that i connect for 15-20 seconds,
i use a screwdriver to connect them smile.gif
disconnect power, take out powercable too..
but im not sure if you want to reset bios or update it to a newer one ..lol
Edited by VonDutch - 1/24/13 at 11:27am
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I tried the settings he showed in the tutorial for fun, tho they didnt work.
The computer froze on the windows logo or on the desktop.

I just changed the multiplier to 45 & cpu voltage to 1.35v now.

Which tutorial?
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bios reset is done on your mobo,(clear cmos)
or taking the battery out,
you can look in your mobo manual where to reset your bios,
my mobo has 2 pins that i connect for 15-20 seconds,
i use a screwdriver to connect them smile.gif
disconnect power, take out powercable too..
but im not sure if you want to reset bios or update it to a newer one ..lol

Oh ok, then I know atleast!
Thanks smile.gif



I tried with these settings now:
XMP
Turbo Ratio: by all cores
Multi: 45x
PLL Overvoltage: Auto
EPU Power Save: Disable
OC Tuner: Cancel/Off
CPU Ratio: Auto
Speedstep: Enabled
Turbo: Enabled
VRM: 350
Phase Control: Optimize
Duty Control: Extreme
CPU Current Capability: 110%
CPU Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Mode Sign: +
Offset Voltage: Auto

Adaptive Thermal: Enabled
Active Cores: All
Limit Maximum: Disable
Virtualization: Disable
CPU C1E/C3/C6: Enabled


Testing with higher now, I have 16GB RAM
Edited by Mejk - 1/24/13 at 12:15pm
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when my result update in list?
post #9737 of 10699
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I'd start by rolling back LLC to High from Extreme, or whatever name your BIOS gives to 75%. For Prime95 you may even in fact determine that leaving it off altogether aids stability (I ran for 24 hours without it). Can probably also roll back Phase and Duty Control as well; you shouldn't need them that far up for 4.5GHz.

See if you can get offset mode working for your Vcore -- there's also a guide for this as well. You can save some wear and tear on your CPU and save energy by idling it down when there's no processing load applied. You'll need to enable C1E for this.

Set your RAM timings manually, if you currently have them set with XMP.

Do you even know what Load Line Calibration does?
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I just took load optimizable settings or w/e, i'm afraid of destroying something.
Since I don't really know what i'm doing frown.gif

Got 2 BSODS while doing IBT on very high, then it just kept freezing at the windows logo
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I just took load optimizable settings or w/e, i'm afraid of destroying something.
Since I don't really know what i'm doing frown.gif

Got 2 BSODS while doing IBT on very high, then it just kept freezing at the windows logo

thats ok, i did that too when i was learning to oc,
reset, and start over, takes a while to know all the settings in the bios, and what they all do,
at least for me it was ..lol
i think you where on the right track tho, looking at your settings above,
otherwise, if your afraid of damaging something, start with a lower oc, 4.3-4.4ghz?
learn there, if youre ready ,aim for a higher one smile.gif
i notice you have 16Gb ram, dont use the xmp profile for now,
first oc the cpu, then think about the ram settings, sometimes ram can make your oc unstable too,
using xmp profile that is..
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Do you even know what Load Line Calibration does?

Who pissed in your Cheerios this morning?
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