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Overclocking Intel HD 2000 on H61 - i3 2100

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October 30, 2011 2:30:06 PM

I managed to overclock it to 1.3Ghz (turbo) by raising the multiplier to 26 from 22 on stock voltage. As I don't know what is the default voltage for the graphics core, I cant "increase" it and O/C more. I tried 1.5V and 1.6Ghz, it booted fine. But no game run and the system shut down itself when tried starting a game.

Now after playing F1 2011 at 1024x768 at low settings for about 30 minutes with the GPU clocked at 1.3Ghz, it eventually crashed.. (black screen).. I could return to windows though by pressing alt+tab.

So, Now I'm clocking it at 1.2Ghz. (thats a mere 100Mhz O/C)

The performance increase was visible, so I am eager to overclock it to atleast 1.5Ghz. But without knowing the value of the "default" voltage as referred by the BIOS of my DH61WW, I cant do that. Anyone know the default voltage for HD 2000?

My Specs :

i3 2100
DH61WW
2GB DDR3 1333
Corsair CX430
Res : 1024x768

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November 1, 2011 7:40:43 AM

WTF! No one knows the stock voltage?

I had to underclock it to 1.1Ghz stock because of lagging issues in 1.2Ghz after 1hr.
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November 1, 2011 8:24:41 AM

this page has some hd gfx oc info
imo intel motherboards don't let users oc their cpu much. i read somewhere that intel's h6x boards cap 100 mhz(cpu) or so off the top turbo speed to maintain stability. you might need a good aftermarket cooler for better oc?
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November 1, 2011 9:58:14 AM

I can't OC this CPU anyway, so was interested in OC'ing the graphics. But it seems that this intel mobo is total crap!
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November 5, 2011 3:22:10 PM

Whats the default voltage of the HD 2000 inside i3 2100?! Oh cummon... anyone?
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November 5, 2011 3:55:26 PM

008Rohit said:
Whats the default voltage of the HD 2000 inside i3 2100?! Oh cummon... anyone?

isnt that controlled by cpu vcore? tbh i haven't seen anywhere mention voltage of the igp, only frequency. afaik the execution units don't have their own clock generator, i could be wrong. did you try using gpu-z or speccy or any other gpu monitoring software?
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November 5, 2011 4:52:53 PM

dont oc your igpu it will decrease YOUR processors life over all either you use liquid cooling
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November 5, 2011 5:09:50 PM

@ de5_roy

Nope. IGP has a different voltage. and my BIOS shows it as "Default". I wanna know the value of that "Default".

@pell380

Please, no need of that bs!
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November 6, 2011 9:21:24 PM

can i ask why? I mean if you want to play games then buy a discrete card.
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November 7, 2011 6:44:25 AM

Well, first of all I don't have the money to buy a discrete card what I want. and I obviously don't want a 8800GS. Secondly, next year is my board exams, I won't play games then. So, the discrete card will get backdated in two years.

I get around 24-25FPS avg. at 1024x768 with HD 2000 in heavy games and I want 30FPS minimum and thats why wanted to overclock the IGP core. But I wonder why anyone doesn't know the default voltage of the IGP core as without knowing it o/c'ing is almost impossible and risky..!
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November 7, 2011 7:19:22 AM

Ah i see, I've never heard of anyone doing it before though i guess that's why no one knows the voltages. I would've assumed it was the same as the CPU because they are integrated.
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November 7, 2011 9:48:47 AM

The CPU core and graphics core have different voltage regulators.
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November 14, 2011 4:34:22 AM

bump!
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November 18, 2011 8:08:54 AM

I"m currently looking into OC my intel hd 3000 since im about to buy skyrim and it might be 2weeks till i get a graphics card. If I find out a good info site ill let you know. Seems not many know much about this subject since almost everyone has a discrete card.
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December 12, 2011 3:50:13 AM

I am also a user of Intel Core i3-2100 and without having a discrete gfx card i can play almost any game at resolution of 800x600 & 1024x768 with all settings set to high (or medium in worst case) [except crysis 2 & the witcher 2; although they are very much playable but at low settings]. I was playing with the iGPU configurations of Intel HD 2000 of my i3-2100 with INTEL XTU & i was able to get the maximum overclock achieved yet for this iGPU [Intel HD 2000 of I3-2100]. Now my iGPU is clocked @ 1550 Mhz [stock is 850 Mhz]. Its a 82.35% stable overclock achived till yet (in my opinion, as i didn't find more than 1400mhz overclock on Internet).

PM me and i'll surely help you out on this Topic!!!!!!!!!!

CONFIGURATION:

Intel Core i3-2100 (3.10 Mhz)
Intel HD 2000 (@1550Mhz)
ECS H61H2-M2
2GB DDR3 1066mhz (clocked @1333mhz)
500GB SATA II 3 GB/s
500W SPMS
DELL 20" IN2030M (1600x900)
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December 12, 2011 5:06:26 AM

@ shashank

How did you do that, man!!
Share your voltage and other values with us?
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December 13, 2011 5:03:03 AM

Just follow these steps and you are all set for a better gaming on Intel HD 2000 :-

#1 Enter the "BIOS"

#2 Search for the "GT Overclocking"/"Graphics Overclocking" option

#3 Now, increase the graphics multiplier from "22" to "31"

#4 And also increase the Graphics Voltage from "Default" to "0.1600v"

Now your Graphics Frequency has been increased from "850mhz" to "1550mhz". You will notice a drastic change in your Game's FPS.

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And that's it you are all done. it's safe and tested by me as run i ran various Stress Tests and i am running these configurations from past 3 months. If you need more help then post your query here!
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December 13, 2011 5:26:08 AM

looks like you need a non-intel motherboard that allows gpu voltage changing.
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December 13, 2011 6:39:56 AM

It can be done on Intel boards too, using "Intel Extreme Tuning Utility"!
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December 13, 2011 7:28:32 AM

Ohh.. Its my board then..
I had tried raising the GPU voltage and the multiplier before, but games just crashed.
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December 13, 2011 11:55:32 AM

You can try raising multiplier from 22 to 30 @ 0.1600v . This will just work perfectly for you.
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December 13, 2011 11:57:52 AM

You can try raising multiplier from 22 to 30 @ 0.1600v . This will just work perfectly for you.
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March 2, 2012 2:17:46 PM

shashankinmood said:
Just follow these steps and you are all set for a better gaming on Intel HD 2000 :-

#1 Enter the "BIOS"

#2 Search for the "GT Overclocking"/"Graphics Overclocking" option

#3 Now, increase the graphics multiplier from "22" to "31"

#4 And also increase the Graphics Voltage from "Default" to "0.1600v"

Now your Graphics Frequency has been increased from "850mhz" to "1550mhz". You will notice a drastic change in your Game's FPS.

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And that's it you are all done. it's safe and tested by me as run i ran various Stress Tests and i am running these configurations from past 3 months. If you need more help then post your query here!


i have overclocked my igpu by raising the multiplier from :22" to "33"
and increased the voltage from "default to"o.1600v"
and its frequency has increased from 850 mhz to "1650" and its very vry safe as i hvae done all the stress tests and playing "call of duty:black ops from the past 4 months.
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March 2, 2012 2:46:00 PM

Does this increase the heat by that much? So I could oc my hd3000 from 1.35ghz to like 1.7? :/ 
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March 3, 2012 8:49:16 AM

amuffin said:
Does this increase the heat by that much? So I could oc my hd3000 from 1.35ghz to like 1.7? :/ 

why not but possible only if you hane a better cooling cabinet.
and you have to increase the current settings that you have in your BIOS in processor overrides:graphics dynamic frequency limit or like smthing sme like that from :32 to 40 for better o/c
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March 3, 2012 9:15:08 AM

not so much heat producing as i have a bettter cooling appliances.
:rolleys:
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March 3, 2012 7:24:44 PM

guneetms said:
why not but possible only if you hane a better cooling cabinet.
and you have to increase the current settings that you have in your BIOS in processor overrides:graphics dynamic frequency limit or like smthing sme like that from :32 to 40 for better o/c

Well I mean not that I need to, but just an idea.
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April 1, 2012 10:20:19 PM

shashankinmood said:
I am also a user of Intel Core i3-2100 and without having a discrete gfx card i can play almost any game at resolution of 800x600 & 1024x768 with all settings set to high (or medium in worst case) [except crysis 2 & the witcher 2; although they are very much playable but at low settings]. I was playing with the iGPU configurations of Intel HD 2000 of my i3-2100 with INTEL XTU & i was able to get the maximum overclock achieved yet for this iGPU [Intel HD 2000 of I3-2100]. Now my iGPU is clocked @ 1550 Mhz [stock is 850 Mhz]. Its a 82.35% stable overclock achived till yet (in my opinion, as i didn't find more than 1400mhz overclock on Internet).

PM me and i'll surely help you out on this Topic!!!!!!!!!!

CONFIGURATION:

Intel Core i3-2100 (3.10 Mhz)
Intel HD 2000 (@1550Mhz)
ECS H61H2-M2
2GB DDR3 1066mhz (clocked @1333mhz)
500GB SATA II 3 GB/s
500W SPMS
DELL 20" IN2030M (1600x900)



hi there,, this is my first time to try OC'ing... i hope you could help me... i have intel core i3 2100 H61 and gpu of intel HD 2000 on Asrock mobo extreme.

please let me know what voltages and adjustments i have to do to attain a stable yet more decent gameplay experience. TIA and more power to you.
please send it to my email if you dont mind : sidmeier21@gmail.com
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April 1, 2012 10:33:58 PM

Just adjust GT Frequency in bios^^
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May 4, 2012 2:27:13 PM

wow you can over clock the igpu can you do that on a laptop
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December 24, 2012 11:27:22 AM

update ur intel h61 board to bios 0048, go to performance option, increase gpu voltage, increase multiplier, hence graphics improved
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July 13, 2013 11:32:55 PM

Hi am new here... Ihave same specs as 008rohit......ihave bios version 0115 on my intel dh61ww mobtherboard....and am not able to change graphics multiplier.......i try to press enter in it but it doesnt show anything and remain on 22.... But am able to change voltage.....pls help me
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December 30, 2013 11:49:46 PM

shashankinmood said:
Just follow these steps and you are all set for a better gaming on Intel HD 2000 :-

#1 Enter the "BIOS"

#2 Search for the "GT Overclocking"/"Graphics Overclocking" option

#3 Now, increase the graphics multiplier from "22" to "31"

#4 And also increase the Graphics Voltage from "Default" to "0.1600v"

Now your Graphics Frequency has been increased from "850mhz" to "1550mhz". You will notice a drastic change in your Game's FPS.

#####################################################

And that's it you are all done. it's safe and tested by me as run i ran various Stress Tests and i am running these configurations from past 3 months. If you need more help then post your query here!


There is no option of 0.1600v in my DH61WW motherboard
Voltage values start from 1.000,1.100,1.200 and so on
I cant play BF3 without OC
Though i am able to play gta4 at 720p resolution and medium settings.Bios version of motherboard is 0120
Please help me
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