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Thread: Fatality P67 Professional Overclock Voltage




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    Default Fatality P67 Professional Overclock Voltage

    I just put my system together and I have it overclocked at 4.4 hz. I used the EZ setting that auto overclocks. My voltage shows 1.39. My temp at idle in windows7 (using realtemp) shows all cores in the mid to late 30's. When playing graphic intensive first person shooters ie, Battlefield Bad Company 2 the temps usually maintain in the mid to late 50's. Are these temps good or should I be tweaking something? Thanks
    Asrock Fatality P67 Motherboard
    i7 2600K CPU
    8 GB G. Skill Ripjaws 1600 Memory
    Corsair H60
    2X300 GB Velociraptor 1TB WD Harddrive
    EVGA GTX 280 SSC Edition
    Corsair HX 1000 watt PSU
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

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    Default Re: Fatality P67 Professional Overclock Voltage

    Of course they are good.
    But use manuall OC because 1,39V is way too much for only 4,4GHz.

    Mine 2500k does 4,5GHz on stock 1,2V.

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    Default Re: Fatality P67 Professional Overclock Voltage

    You were right. I was able to set the cpu voltage to 1.220 and everything is running fine so far. I started at 1.2, but kept getting a blue screen during boot up at increments up to 1.220. Thanks
    Asrock Fatality P67 Motherboard
    i7 2600K CPU
    8 GB G. Skill Ripjaws 1600 Memory
    Corsair H60
    2X300 GB Velociraptor 1TB WD Harddrive
    EVGA GTX 280 SSC Edition
    Corsair HX 1000 watt PSU
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

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