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    Default Re: Gap67a-ud5-b2

    That's just for turbo though? You need to raise CPU multiplier to increase oc,then set CPU voltage and set qpi/vtt voltage,maybe between 1.2-1.3v CPU voltage and between 1.16-1.18v for qpi/vtt,set dram voltage to what's printed on your ram,nay need more CPU and qpi voltage,you would need to test
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    Default Re: Gap67a-ud5-b2

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    That's just for turbo though? You need to raise CPU multiplier to increase oc,then set CPU voltage and set qpi/vtt voltage,maybe between 1.2-1.3v CPU voltage and between 1.16-1.18v for qpi/vtt,set dram voltage to what's printed on your ram,nay need more CPU and qpi voltage,you would need to test
    When I set each core it auto changes the multi, I just booted at 5.0 I set the CPU voltage to 1.425, upon reboot the board over volted my CPU to 1.68 WTF! Small wonder the board seems so flaky when my CPU is pretty much junk now!
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    dont know much about p67 bios,but you should be able to just raise the cpu multi for all four cores without having to set each core one by one? check to see if dvid is enabled and on auto,if so it will add extra cpu voltage,try disabling it
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD5-B3

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    dont know much about p67 bios,but you should be able to just raise the cpu multi for all four cores without having to set each core one by one? check to see if dvid is enabled and on auto,if so it will add extra cpu voltage,try disabling it
    Past 4.8 you have to adjust the voltage manually or it won't post, I reverted back to the F6 bios as when it over volted it was on F4 bios. I know its not like the 775 sockets you can't brute force them. Nor is it like the 1366 X58 boards or the P55's. It seems it will fly at almost 5Mhz, just needs a little loving. Right now I'm trying to figure out how to run three GPU's on it, I'd like to get some HWbot points for my team. I'm slowly learning. I can raise the multi for all four with out setting them one by one, I can do either way really. Was following the guide at Gigabyte UK, that's how he said to do it is why I was doing that.

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    I know with some time and patience it will work out. Not so much brute force is really needed, today I was going along fine @4.5Mhz on 1.38v on the CPU not really raising anything else, many say the trick is to over clock sandy bridge in windows not the bios like everybody is used to doing. This seems to hold true as there are voltage fluctuations in the system and if yer over clocked and not in windows then they are more likely to happen when entering it...... I'll keep posting my findings.
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