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    Default Re: Z68X-UD3p-B3 UEFI ,I5-2500K,CORSAIR H100I,how to OC?BOIS :UEFI

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    try with +0.005v then,dont use +0.060v its far too much,if that fails try +0.010v

    you need to keep cpu voltage below 1.4v,you want it at 1.3-1.32v
    now i`m afraid to clock more......

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    Default Re: Z68X-UD3p-B3 UEFI ,I5-2500K,CORSAIR H100I,how to OC?BOIS :UEFI

    your ok aslong as you use lower dvid,and keep cpu voltage below 1.4v

    did you try +0.005v yet?
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    Default Re: Z68X-UD3p-B3 UEFI ,I5-2500K,CORSAIR H100I,how to OC?BOIS :UEFI

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    your ok aslong as you use lower dvid,and keep cpu voltage below 1.4v

    did you try +0.005v yet?
    i really appreacting for your help ,but before you said -0.010 and +0.05

    i tried 0.025 and blue screen
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    Default Re: Z68X-UD3p-B3 UEFI ,I5-2500K,CORSAIR H100I,how to OC?BOIS :UEFI

    i dont know why its using 1.4v whats the lowest dvid you can use thats stable? use that,with auto it only used 1.335v,
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    Default Re: Z68X-UD3p-B3 UEFI ,I5-2500K,CORSAIR H100I,how to OC?BOIS :UEFI

    I dont have that 1155 board make but the z68 isnt a whole lot different to the p67 for i5 2500k.

    Just rough personal experience and there does seem to be some small variations from chip to chip on the 2500k.

    Get the base clock down below 102 if your having problems above 4k

    The terminology is slightly different on my board but roughly

    1.15v(stepped down)+.18v(auto/llc adjust) for 4.3ghz or x43 ,+.02v dvid/offset or about 1.34-1.35v getting to the cpu for turbo(and sufficient power).
    1.15v(stepped down)+.19v(auto/llc adjust) for 4.5ghz or x45 ,+.04v dvid/offset or about 1.37-1.38v getting thru to cpu for turbo(and sufficient power)
    1.15v(stepped down)+.25v(auto/llc adjust) for 4.8ghz or x48 ,+.07v dvid/offset or about 1.46-1.47v getting thru to cpu for turbo(and sufficient power)

    Up to 4.4(for me ) heat wont get above 60c long time,4.6 <65c but fans going full speed, 4.8 75c under strain , I think once you get to 1ghz or above on an overclock on intel processors,you have to expect extra heat if you want it to be stable under full load.
    Its like intel have marketed cpu;s for a long time with a 1ghz overclock ceiling,in a "its understood" way.
    Anyting in and around and above that, well you have to be prepared for lots of noise at full load on air , have very stable /within spec voltages on your psu lines(not below is better)..and all that.

    Just from my experience,Id get the base clock down in and arround 100-101 to eliminate any interface problems to cpu overclock,first,
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    Default Re: Z68X-UD3p-B3 UEFI ,I5-2500K,CORSAIR H100I,how to OC?BOIS :UEFI

    Quote Originally Posted by kick View Post
    I dont have that 1155 board make but the z68 isnt a whole lot different to the p67 for i5 2500k.

    Just rough personal experience and there does seem to be some small variations from chip to chip on the 2500k.

    Get the base clock down below 102 if your having problems above 4k

    The terminology is slightly different on my board but roughly

    1.15v(stepped down)+.18v(auto/llc adjust) for 4.3ghz or x43 ,+.02v dvid/offset or about 1.34-1.35v getting to the cpu for turbo(and sufficient power).
    1.15v(stepped down)+.19v(auto/llc adjust) for 4.5ghz or x45 ,+.04v dvid/offset or about 1.37-1.38v getting thru to cpu for turbo(and sufficient power)
    1.15v(stepped down)+.25v(auto/llc adjust) for 4.8ghz or x48 ,+.07v dvid/offset or about 1.46-1.47v getting thru to cpu for turbo(and sufficient power)

    Up to 4.4(for me ) heat wont get above 60c long time,4.6 <65c but fans going full speed, 4.8 75c under strain , I think once you get to 1ghz or above on an overclock on intel processors,you have to expect extra heat if you want it to be stable under full load.
    Its like intel have marketed cpu;s for a long time with a 1ghz overclock ceiling,in a "its understood" way.
    Anyting in and around and above that, well you have to be prepared for lots of noise at full load on air , have very stable /within spec voltages on your psu lines(not below is better)..and all that.

    Just from my experience,Id get the base clock down in and arround 100-101 to eliminate any interface problems to cpu overclock,first,
    For the fisrt thank you for you comment....


    Second ,i didn`t undrstand all what you meant,so if you can to use my screens in 1-st post and to explain step by step i`ll Thank you for help!!!!

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    Default Re: Z68X-UD3p-B3 UEFI ,I5-2500K,CORSAIR H100I,how to OC?BOIS :UEFI

    Quote Originally Posted by samag7 View Post
    For the fisrt thank you for you comment....


    Second ,i didn`t undrstand all what you meant,so if you can to use my screens in 1-st post and to explain step by step i`ll Thank you for help!!!!
    rather than go into your gigabyte board which I have no experience on, I would

    1.Get your base clock/bus speed to 100.0 or 100.05 or 100.1 at the most at least until you get a stable overclock.
    You seem to be running 100.3

    The rest is basic figures for the voltage needed for different speeds on the 2500k.
    Those are the voltages I need, and they arent too disimilar to other peoples experience.

    4.8ghz 1.47v on full turbo draw.4.6ghz up to 1.41v, 4.4 around 1.37 lets say,and so on down with the extra voltage for each higher speed going up a lot as you get close to and above 1ghz over the standard intel clock .In our case thats 4.3(up from 3.3 standard.),forgetting about the turbo aspect.
    More volts ..more than likely more heat and so on.
    Sorry I cant give specific board setting steps,its difficult with a different make.
    What you can do like I did is to make a record of all the auto voltages/wattage adjustments your boards makes on the way up from 3.6/3.7 to 4.3 and factor those in when deciding what else you need to adjust.
    The uefi may just show auto but you can see the actual values when you use your testing programs.

    edit :PLL overvoltage.
    Early sandy boards didnt have this option in uefi/bios.
    It was included later by a lot of manufacturers because some were getting an overclock increase of 200-300 mhz with pll overvoltage enabled(on beta bioses).
    More testing ,reviews etc with newly enabled pll overvoltage :many found ..when I was checking back in 2011,early 2012 that it wasnt that great after all on the 2500k at least.
    Try disabling it.cant hurt you can allways switch it back.I dont use it on mine.
    That and the base clock are the only specific suggestions I have for a gigabyte board with a 2500k.
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    You can disregard this next bit if you want,just general info.
    Ive found, at least on my board That if you dont allow enough instantaneous turbo wattage(not volts) in your bios settings. the cpu wont go into "turbo mode",even if you have the offset voltage hi enough .
    ie a x48 or x 46 setting will only go to 4.5 or 4.3 respectively under load.
    5.0ghz and higher is doable on air if you really "want it", but for me its 1.5v,80c..maybe higher on a hot day with air cooling,and fans that go hi noise almost as soon as you load occt or pi 95/whatever.
    Last edited by kick; 12-31-2012 at 05:37 AM.
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    Asrock p67 Extreme6.............. Gigabyte EP-45 UD3 ...................... Gigabyte 73 PVM S2
    Intel i5 2500k 4.8ghz................ Intel Q8400 3.8ghz......................... Intel D820 2.8ghz
    Zalman 10x cooler.................... Coolermaster V8............................ HP cooler
    8GB Gskill ripjaw ddr3.............. 4GB Gskill PI ddr2.......................... 4GB samsung ddr2
    60GB ssd/500GB HDD .............. WD 1TB hdd.................................... Seagate 160GB hdd
    GTX 460 1GB x2 SLI ................. Msi 9600GT 512MB(died) ........... Onboard gx
    Win7 64 ,750w psu(ocz)............ Win7 64 ,520w psu,seasonic...... Win XP pro ,400w psu

    HEC 6A34 case . ....................... Jeantec R2 case............................ Packard Bell case

    hoping to upgrade to http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/habicase.shtml
    http://www.flixya.com/video/140325/Animal-launching

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