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Trying to OC my i5 750

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November 7, 2011 6:10:17 PM

Specs:

i5 750
Asus p7p55D Pro
8gb gskill ripjaws 1600 9-9-9-24
evga 570 gtx sc
Antec gamer 750w psu
w7 64-bit

So I decided to OC my cpu this wknd to a modest 3.6ghz just to give it a shot. In BIOS I made the following changes from what I can remember:

CPU ratio: 20
bclk: 180
speedstep: disabled
Dram: DDR3 1600mhz
QPI: 5766mhz (?)
vcore: 1.3
Dram volt: 1.6
LLC: Enables
CPU speed spectrum: Disabled
PCI spread spectrum: Disabled

Ran intel burn test and got bsods before finishing a loop. Temps never got above 68C on any of the cores. This is my first time trying to OC using BIOS. I usually try the ASUS OC utility (EVO tuner or something like that) but it never was stable either. What would you guys suggest? More volts on the vcore? Should I take apart my rig and re-apply TP prior to OCing?

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November 7, 2011 6:19:46 PM

I have the hyper 212+ hsf also
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