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    I recently bought a i5 3570K with a Asrock Z77 Extreme6. I want to overclock it to 4.0 or 4.2 GHz but I don't have the slightest clue as to what to do. Some help would be much appreciated. Thank you !

    P.S: I am using a CM Hyper 212 Evo with an extra fan.

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    Go to bios, then advanced setting and then increase fsb to 42x100 now save it and reboot now you are done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    I recently bought a i5 3570K with a Asrock Z77 Extreme6. I want to overclock it to 4.0 or 4.2 GHz but I don't have the slightest clue as to what to do. Some help would be much appreciated. Thank you !

    P.S: I am using a CM Hyper 212 Evo with an extra fan.

    Where u got i5-3570k from? Cost?
    Same for Asrock - where and cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    I recently bought a i5 3570K with a Asrock Z77 Extreme6. I want to overclock it to 4.0 or 4.2 GHz but I don't have the slightest clue as to what to do. Some help would be much appreciated. Thank you !

    P.S: I am using a CM Hyper 212 Evo with an extra fan.
    Jodi 4.2Ghz korte chao then

    Multiplier : 42

    Jodi 4.5Ghz korte chao then

    Multiplier : 45

    2tar jonnoi baki sob settings same

    Cpu PLL Overvoltage : Enabled
    Speedstep : Enabled
    BCLK : 100Mhz (Do not touch it)
    Cpu Spread Spectrum : Disabled
    Load Line Calibration : Level 2
    Core Voltage (Vcore) : Auto
    Cpu PLL Voltage : 1.709V
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    Cpu C3E State Support : Disabled
    Cpu C6 State Support : Disabled
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    ***Ai Settings diye amar freind er 3770K and amar 2500K easily 4.5-4.6Ghz OC kora gase , kono problem kore nai kokhono .. amader 2i joner e Asrock (Asrock Z68 Ex4 gen3 , Asrock Z77 Ex4) er mobo Chilo .


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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    Where u got i5-3570k from? Cost?
    Same for Asrock - where and cost?
    2 tai Binary Logic theke kena:

    i5-3570k = Tk 22000
    Asrock = Tk 18000

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    Enabling Load Line Calibration can be devastating...u can disable it. but yyuuup thats how it works. push the multiplier to 45 to get 4.5GHz! just keep an eye out for Temperature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Enabling Load Line Calibration can be devastating...u can disable it. but yyuuup thats how it works. push the multiplier to 45 to get 4.5GHz! just keep an eye out for Temperature.
    Hmm... then I wonder why I gain more stability with LLC set is set higher. Care to explain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    Hmm... then I wonder why I gain more stability with LLC set is set higher. Care to explain?
    well if u hook up a load to a source the terminal voltage will go down...
    thats when Load Line Calibration will help to stabilize.

    but just think about it,cpu load is totally variable. think about what will happen if the cpu is about to face a heavy load...within ns it will be at its heavy load,the terminal voltage will drop,unless LLC is enabled.
    now what if,suddenly the "load" disappears?
    as LLC was trying to break the fall of voltage & suddenly "load" was disappeared... voltage will jolt up. maybe more than what a processor can handle. it will surely shorten the life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    well if u hook up a load to a source the terminal voltage will go down...
    thats when Load Line Calibration will help to stabilize.

    but just think about it,cpu load is totally variable. think about what will happen if the cpu is about to face a heavy load...within ns it will be at its heavy load,the terminal voltage will drop,unless LLC is enabled.
    now what if,suddenly the "load" disappears?
    as LLC was trying to break the fall of voltage & suddenly "load" was disappeared... voltage will jolt up. maybe more than what a processor can handle. it will surely shorten the life.
    Is that something you read or a theory you just made up?
    Motherboard manufacturers are not that dumb lol, I've personally tested it, as soon as the load drops, so does the voltage. Without LLC it's hard to have a stable system at high clock speeds without significantly bumping up the voltages which will do more harm and produce more heat. LLC being enables a more consistent voltage to be applied and hence its much more stable. For example, at 4800 MHz, if I use that speed 24/7, its bound to crash sometime due to vDroop, when LLC is at say 50%, it will actually bump up the voltages and lower it when needed resulting in a more stable system. Sure it reduces the life maybe a little but if you don't have a stable system then what is the point? And he is lowering the life by running it beyond manufacturer specification anyway. By the time a CPU actually dies, it will become too old to be used in a gaming computer anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    Is that something you read or a theory you just made up?
    Motherboard manufacturers are not that dumb lol, I've personally tested it, as soon as the load drops, so does the voltage. Without LLC it's hard to have a stable system at high clock speeds without significantly bumping up the voltages which will do more harm and produce more heat. LLC being enables a more consistent voltage to be applied and hence its much more stable. For example, at 4800 MHz, if I use that speed 24/7, its bound to crash sometime due to vDroop, when LLC is at say 50%, it will actually bump up the voltages and lower it when needed resulting in a more stable system. Sure it reduces the life maybe a little but if you don't have a stable system then what is the point? And he is lowering the life by running it beyond manufacturer specification anyway. By the time a CPU actually dies, it will become too old to be used in a gaming computer anyway.
    well lets assume we are fighting... im pushing u...HARD... u r pushing me back hard... what if i suddenly stop pushing??? u will fall,or maybe we will... & we will get ourselves hurt... OUCH! so does the processor...

    i wish i could take credit for all these awesome inventions... but no ivnt invented that... now u will blv i assume...

    well if they were dumb then u wouldnt be saying the same thing they v told u.. right???

    LLC surely helps to stabilize the system,all im saying is its reducing life. i mean more than when LLC is disabled. he can try running turning it off, & if its not stable just turn it on...

    about ur last line
    u sure right bro u sure right...

    totally off topic : 1. i wish i had a K processor... im running my cpu at 4.2GHz coz its not K
    2. i still have a"n" "alive" AMD Athlon 64 3400+ 2.41GHz Newcastle Processor based system running

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    well lets assume we are fighting... im pushing u...HARD... u r pushing me back hard... what if i suddenly stop pushing??? u will fall,or maybe we will... & we will get ourselves hurt... OUCH! so does the processor...

    i wish i could take credit for all these awesome inventions... but no ivnt invented that... now u will blv i assume...

    well if they were dumb then u wouldnt be saying the same thing they v told u.. right???

    LLC surely helps to stabilize the system,all im saying is its reducing life. i mean more than when LLC is disabled. he can try running turning it off, & if its not stable just turn it on...

    about ur last line
    u sure right bro u sure right...

    totally off topic : 1. i wish i had a K processor... im running my cpu at 4.2GHz coz its not K
    2. i still have a"n" "alive" AMD Athlon 64 3400+ 2.41GHz Newcastle Processor based system running
    I'm not quoting what manufacturers say about LLC. Overclocking reduces system life as well. And if LLC had really killed so many CPUs, we would be seeing so many threads everywhere regarding this. I still have not seen a newer gen CPU die due to LLC. And if I were to get 4500 MHz stable on my system, I'd need 1.30v with LLC set to 75%, and for that very same clock without LLC I would need 1.33v. And LLC doesn't start to overvolt past the vCore setting until 90/100%. What it does is stabilize the vDroop. And there is no point of pulling real world examples here, we both know technology works in a completely different way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    I'm not quoting what manufacturers say about LLC. Overclocking reduces system life as well. And if LLC had really killed so many CPUs, we would be seeing so many threads everywhere regarding this. I still have not seen a newer gen CPU die due to LLC. And if I were to get 4500 MHz stable on my system, I'd need 1.30v with LLC set to 75%, and for that very same clock without LLC I would need 1.33v. And LLC doesn't start to overvolt past the vCore setting until 90/100%. What it does is stabilize the vDroop. And there is no point of pulling real world examples here, we both know technology works in a completely different way.
    Thats a nice point...
    so lets just wait & see

    with all due respect i know how LLC works.
    i was telling u the same thing... it stabilizes the terminal voltage drop due to load.
    technology is a part of our real world...

    but seriously why would nyone need an i5 3570k to be oc'd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Thats a nice point...
    so lets just wait & see

    with all due respect i know how LLC works.
    i was telling u the same thing... it stabilizes the terminal voltage drop due to load.
    technology is a part of our real world...

    but seriously why would nyone need an i5 3570k to be oc'd?
    You are not getting the point, I said giving this type of examples is pointless in tech forums.
    well lets assume we are fighting... im pushing u...HARD... u r pushing me back hard... what if i suddenly stop pushing??? u will fall,or maybe we will... & we will get ourselves hurt... OUCH! so does the processor...
    And overclocking my CPU improved my minimum frame rates even in non-cpu intensive games, and sometimes you just "want" it, rather than "need" it.
    Why would anybody buy a 3750k when they are not going to overclock? Isn't that pointless too?

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    well its a theory... that's why i was telling this...

    & i knew u would say something like this.
    for the future i guess...

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    Don't put your theories in just like that.

    OT: Did you know, I'm doing less damage to my CPU running it at 4.5GHz with 75% LLC under water than you running yours at stock with stock cooling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Two Face View Post
    Jodi 4.2Ghz korte chao then

    Multiplier : 42

    Jodi 4.5Ghz korte chao then

    Multiplier : 45

    2tar jonnoi baki sob settings same

    Cpu PLL Overvoltage : Enabled
    Speedstep : Enabled
    BCLK : 100Mhz (Do not touch it)
    Cpu Spread Spectrum : Disabled
    Load Line Calibration : Level 2
    Core Voltage (Vcore) : Auto
    Cpu PLL Voltage : 1.709V
    Enhanced Halt State (C1E) : Enabled
    Cpu C3E State Support : Disabled
    Cpu C6 State Support : Disabled
    Cpu Thermal Throttling : Disabled


    ***Ai Settings diye amar freind er 3770K and amar 2500K easily 4.5-4.6Ghz OC kora gase , kono problem kore nai kokhono .. amader 2i joner e Asrock (Asrock Z68 Ex4 gen3 , Asrock Z77 Ex4) er mobo Chilo .


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    Why would you have speed step on with an overclock :/.
    If llc is devastating no wonder almost everyone running an oc has it on.

    ROFL AND ROFL again, to the op if you do need oc help ask from a professional forum this place is filled with stupidity.

    @Rakin7 help the poor guy out

    P.s 3570k will get very hot owing to the IHS not being soldered directly on to the CPU expect something like 4.4 since hyper 212 even at push pull is not really all that great for hot processors. IT is a Good cooler but Ivy would at least need an H100 (or equiv tower cooler) or a custom loop for anything beyond 4.5 because of the IHS issue.


    If you do have llc off you will have lots of vdroops and hence your oc maybe unstable because of that and also speed step should be kept off or else your cpu will throttle like mad.

    Good luck with the oc though
    FTW!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    2 tai Binary Logic theke kena:

    i5-3570k = Tk 22000
    Asrock = Tk 18000
    EVO cooler ki bairey thekey ansen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXsTatik View Post
    Why would you have speed step on with an overclock :/.
    If llc is devastating no wonder almost everyone running an oc has it on.

    ROFL AND ROFL again, to the op if you do need oc help ask from a professional forum this place is filled with stupidity.

    @Rakin7 help the poor guy out

    P.s 3570k will get very hot owing to the IHS not being soldered directly on to the CPU expect something like 4.4 since hyper 212 even at push pull is not really all that great for hot processors. IT is a Good cooler but Ivy would at least need an H100 (or equiv tower cooler) or a custom loop for anything beyond 4.5 because of the IHS issue.


    If you do have llc off you will have lots of vdroops and hence your oc maybe unstable because of that and also speed step should be kept off or else your cpu will throttle like mad.

    Good luck with the oc though
    Quote Originally Posted by Two Face View Post
    Jodi 4.2Ghz korte chao then

    Multiplier : 42

    Jodi 4.5Ghz korte chao then

    Multiplier : 45

    2tar jonnoi baki sob settings same

    Cpu PLL Overvoltage : Enabled
    Speedstep : Enabled
    BCLK : 100Mhz (Do not touch it)
    Cpu Spread Spectrum : Disabled
    Load Line Calibration : Level 2
    Core Voltage (Vcore) : Auto
    Cpu PLL Voltage : 1.709V
    Enhanced Halt State (C1E) : Enabled
    Cpu C3E State Support : Disabled
    Cpu C6 State Support : Disabled
    Cpu Thermal Throttling : Disabled


    ***Ai Settings diye amar freind er 3770K and amar 2500K easily 4.5-4.6Ghz OC kora gase , kono problem kore nai kokhono .. amader 2i joner e Asrock (Asrock Z68 Ex4 gen3 , Asrock Z77 Ex4) er mobo Chilo .


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    And I would like to add, you should have CPU Thermal Throttling on, because its a safety feature that throttles your CPU when you hit the maximum designed power limit which is probably 100-105C. I don't see the point of touching the PLL voltage at this clock speed either. And manually adjust the vCore.

    http://www.overclock.net/t/1198504/c...asrock-edition
    Read this guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    EVO cooler ki bairey thekey ansen?
    Na shob Binary Logic

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXsTatik View Post
    Why would you have speed step on with an overclock :/.
    Downclocks CPU when on idle or low usage. Has power saving benefits. Pretty handy if you can set it up correctly. Boosts to OC level when needed and clocks down appropriately, best of both world and really makes a huge difference in idle temps vs full-OC idle.

    I think this is called Ratio-OC, can't exactly remember the term right now, plus I think the VCORE needs to be set to Auto for full benefits.

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