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Overclocking Advice - Intel 2500k @ 4.5GHz - GIGABYTE Z68UD4-B3

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by t3k, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. t3k New Member

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    Hi guys, I just bought a new PC and want advice on bios settings I have chosen for my overclock.


    My hardware consists of:
    Motherboard - Gigabyte Z68UD4-B3
    RAM - 8gb Corsair Vengeance 8-8-8-24 1600MHz (CMZ8GX3M2A1600C8)
    Noctua NH-U12P SE2



    I'm currently using the following settings:

    [1] ADVANCED FREQUENCY SETTINGS

    - CPU Clock Ratio 45x
    - PWM Frequency Control Auto
    - CPU Over-current Protection Auto
    - Internal CPU PLL Overvoltage Enabled
    - Real-Time Ratio Changes in OS Enabled
    - CPU Cores Enabled All
    - CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) Disabled
    - C3/C6 State Support Disabled
    - CPU Thermal Monitor Disabled
    - CPU EIST Function Disabled
    - Bi-Directional PROCHOT Disabled

    - BCLK/DMI/PEG Clock Control Disabled


    [2] ADVANCED MEMORY SETTINGS
    - Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) Disabled
    - System Memory Multiplier (SPD) 16.00
    - Performance Enhance Turbo
    - DRAM Timing Selectable Quick
    - Channel Interleaving Auto
    - Rank Interleaving Auto

    - Channel A Timing Settings
    **STANDARD SETTINGS**
    - CAS Latency Time 8
    - tRCD 8
    - tRP 8
    - tRAS 24
    **ADVANCED TIMING CONTROL**
    - All options Auto
    **MISC TIMING CONTROL**
    - All options Auto


    [3] ADVANCED VOLTAGE CONTROL
    - Multi-Steps Load-Line Level 4
    - CPU Vcore 1.350v
    - QPI/Vtt Voltage 1.100v
    - All other options Auto



    I've been hammering my CPU with Prime95 using these settings with coretemp registering a maximum temperature of 65deg C. I'm relatively new to the overclocking game so if any of you connoisseurs have any advice on any of these settings I'd really appreciate the help!


    Cheers!
     

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