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http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/968212-yay-mail-man-brought-me-some.html

Scroll down, there are actual screen-shots of my BIOS settings. I am running a stable 24/7 4.5Ghz with these settings.

EDIT: You do not need to disable speed-step, it does not cause problems with this clock, although some people say at the higher OCs, im talking about the 5.0+ clocks they have had problems, although there is also people who have not. At 5.0+ clocks there are a ton of other things that can add instability. Leave speedstep on, these chips are designed to throttle up and down with it.
Edited by sockpirate - 4/25/11 at 4:16pm
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Thanks will give those a try!
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they should work well , since they are more for a 4.8 ish OC . so you have some room to tweak the LLC .
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With my 2500K I literally just upped the multiplier to 45. Left all the voltages on auto, speedstep on etc. It runs very fast, cool and quiet. Didn't have any trouble whatsoever. That was on a p8p67 LE.
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Quote:
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With my 2500K I literally just upped the multiplier to 45. Left all the voltages on auto, speedstep on etc. It runs very fast, cool and quiet. Didn't have any trouble whatsoever. That was on a p8p67 LE.
Quite a nice chip you got there, i have seen that most chips require a manual voltage bump for the modest 4.5 .
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Quite a nice chip you got there, i have seen that most chips require a manual voltage bump for the modest 4.5 .
Cool, maybe I'm just lucky then I figured the asus board was taking care of the voltages a bit for me. I'd say it's worth a try just going up through the multipliers to see where you can get with nothing else changed.
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Most people get 4.5Ghz at 1.30v some need slightly more and some can have slightly less. Set Multiplier to x45 and Vcore to 1.30v and see how you go.

If you disable HT you can lower the voltage even more, but i see no point in doing such a thing!
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Keep in mind this I'm using an Asrock Extreme 6 board but it should be the same.



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Up your voltage if required. Or experiment with Offset Mode.
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umm with these 4.5+ overclocks are you guys seeing any gain in gaming?
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umm with these 4.5+ overclocks are you guys seeing any gain in gaming?
I really want to know this too. Does anyone have a link to a good review with gaming @ 4.5 or 5.0?
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