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Hi,

I'm currently overclocking my 2500k on Asus P8Z68 Deluxe gen 3 mobo. I had vcore sed to auto and at 4.5Ghz and during intel burn in test my vcore went up to 1.365 so did temps ..75 after minute of burn. Then I tried to play with "-" offset and it would not load to win with offset -0.2
I decided to set voltage to manual 1.280, my LLC is set to high and VRM to 350. Now under burn in test I get 1.260 vcore 65C temps and 4.4 Ghz.
How far do I have to increase vcore to go 4.5 + ? Any other suggestions ?
It BSOD at me when I increased multiplier to 45.
 

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I would try 1.28 or so probly. Im at 1.24 4.2ghz stable for like a 12 hr prime 95 test. I tried 1.22 for 4.2ghz but it failed after like 4 hrs so I bumped it up a little bit. All other settings are stock for me I believe with LLC at high. I would go for 1.28 and stress it, it should drop to like 1.26 or so during stress test if I understand this correctly lol. I hear 1.35 is a completely safe voltage to be at so i dont think 1.28 is pushing it at all
 

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It depends on how your i5 2500K overclocks. There's a couple of threads on here that are helpful, I'd not recommend using auto overclocking settings. Overclocking is pretty easy. Here's a thread I started a while ago at a different forum:
http://forums.overclockersclub.com/index.php?showtopic=181398&st=0&p=1880662entry1880662

Cooling = 120.2 Swiftech Ultima XT Push/Pull (5v) Max - MCP655 Rev. B
i5 2500k | ASUS P8P67 Deluxe | 4.6GHz (46 x 100Mhz) @ - .010 BIOS; 1.336V - 1.352V CPU-Z | Prime 95 max temps = 62C | Tests Passed

Cooling = 120.2 Swiftech Ultima XT Push/Pull (5v) Max - MCP655 Rev. B
i5 2500k | ASUS P67 Sabertooth | 4.7GHz (47 x 100Mhz) @ - .010 BIOS 1850; 1.336V - 1.352V CPU-Z | Prime 95 max temps = 64C | Tests Passed
 

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I Own a P8Z68-V Pro and Definatly Set the LLC to Ultra High on Manual Voltage, Just High has way to much vdroop which intel burn test exposes. Run Prime95 Blend for 12 hours and Intel burn test atleast 20 times on max and 50 times on standard. Standard is 8 seconds a test so its pretty short for 50 runs, watch your vdroop and voltage in CPU-Z and realtemp for temps.
 
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