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Overclocking my 2500k to 4.7Ghz!!

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October 6, 2011 4:21:30 AM

Hey guys I am completely stable with these current settings and hours and hours of p95 testing as well without 1 error.

4.6Ghz (46x multiplier) 1.370 Vcore, LLC is at level 5 so it can go upto around 1.39V-1.40V at full load, spead spectrum disabled, c3/c6 disabled, virtualization disabled.

I am trying to get a stable 4.7Ghz and it seems it won't go stable unless I get to like 1.430 Vcore, should I mess with LLC level 4 maybe idk what to do? It should be doable?

I have a Cooler Master Hyper 212+ Cpu Cooler, as well as a Gigabyte Z68X UD3H-B3 Motherboard, newest F8 Bios.


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October 17, 2011 12:37:52 PM

If u're using it 24/7, anything above 1.40Vc will shorten your cpu life. Of course if u don't care about that, it's ok to experiment as long as it stays bellow 1.5.
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October 17, 2011 5:33:22 PM

If you are stable at 46x @ 1.370v you should be able to run 47x @ 1.400v, you may be held back by BIOS settings having something enabled.

It would help if you updated your member configuration specs, or at least list the missing information like memory brand, speed, model#, OP/SYS etc.

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October 18, 2011 4:39:47 PM

I am stable at 45x @ 1.380v