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Overclocking 2500K and P67A-UD4

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by matt_lumley, 14 Oct 2011.

  1. matt_lumley

    matt_lumley You're only supposed to...

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    Hey guys,

    Just wondering what settings people are using for a stable 4.5GHz OC, i have mine stable at 4.3 but when i wack the multiplier to 45 it bluescreens after about 30 seconds of P95. Temps are good, about 46 in an ambient of 28 under full load.


    Any ideas?
     
  2. Showerhead

    Showerhead What's a Dremel?

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    What Voltage you at? Saying that mine reached it's limit at 4.3 too.
     
  3. matt_lumley

    matt_lumley You're only supposed to...

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    4.3 is stable at 1.3v, how high can i safely take my voltage (obviously monitoring temps) without killing my chip?

    Edit: Just as a test I put the multiplier up to 45 and stuck vcore to auto. Now my bios is sticking 1.402 volts through it but so far it is working, temps arent attroscious either! If this passes more than 5 hours I know i can just pull the voltage down to find my stable OC :)
     
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  4. meandmymouth

    meandmymouth Multimodder

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    1.402V should be fine but definitely worth seeing if you can get it stable with lower voltage.
     
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