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Author Topic: Last time I overclocked a CPU Lynnfield had just been released!  (Read 1343 times)

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I desperately need someone to hold my hand and help me overclock my new system as the last time I overclocked a CPU was when Lynnfield and the P55 chipset had just been released. Incidentally that was using my old MSI P55-GD80 (awesome board).

New PC spec -

MB - MSI Z87 GD65 Gaming
CPU - i5-4670K
Memory - Patriot Viper "Black Mamba" 4*4GB 1600MHz
Cooling - Corsair H100
Case - Corsair 600T SE
PSU - Corsair HX+ 750

All I've done so far is increase Vcore to 1.25V, change the multiplier to x45 and enabled XMP for the memory.

Anything past that is beyond my know how and all this talk of BCLK, PLL, CPU cache etc just makes my head hurt but explained properly I'm confident I could get to grips with it all.

Any help to get the most out of this cpu and motherboard would be greatly appreciated.





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aaron.seltzer.3

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Sounds good to me if your getting 4.5@1.25 vcore... Wish I could use such small amount of voltage to be stable, I require about 1.44 at that speed for stability.


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Board: MSI Z87-G45
Bios: Version Latest
VGA:   NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660
PSU:   Thermaltake SP-750PCBUS (12v rail)
Intel Core i5-4670K Haswell 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost) LGA 1150 84W
MEM: Corsair 1600 2x4gb corsair cml8gx3m2a1600c99w
HDD: Samsung SSD 840 111.79GB
COOLER: Corsair H100i Water Cooler
OC: 4.3Ghz 1.3Vcore, 4100mhz ring bus 1.29Vring, ram: Corsair Vengance LP 1600 Mhz 1.35v
OS: Windows 8 64bit Professional
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