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Raj G 21-03-2012 12:37 AM

Overlcocking Intel Core i5-2500K on MSI P67A-C43
 
here is the hardware configuration of my computer.
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Intel Core i5-2500K
MSI P67A-C43 (b3 rev)
1x 4GB Corsair XMS3 PC3-1333
BFG GTX260 896MB 55nm
Corsair HX520
Corsair H50 cooler
I wanted to overclock my CPU but could not get anything which will help me to make the thing working for me. Personally I am looking to reach 5GHz.
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks a lot in advance.

Naruto Uzumaki 21-03-2012 12:38 AM

Re: Overlcocking Intel Core i5-2500K on MSI P67A-C43
 
Well in this particular situation I wanted tell you that you can reach upto 4.5GHz by having Vcore / Vcc of 1.30V. QPI/VTT should be set at 1.12V. System Agent Voltage should be set at 1.135V. the DRM voltage should be set to according to all the modules are rated. If you are having Load-Line Calibration option then you should take care of the thing that it should be set enabled and VDroop Control should be set to high.

Raj G 21-03-2012 12:38 AM

Re: Overlcocking Intel Core i5-2500K on MSI P67A-C43
 
Hey thanks a lot for the prompt replies of. I used the instructions which you have stated over here. unfortunetly my system is getting crashed and getting BSOD xxx0124 on my computer. also I was not able to get an option for vcore settings. If you are anything to share let me know as early as possible.

prem11 22-03-2012 03:20 AM

Re: Overlcocking Intel Core i5-2500K on MSI P67A-C43
 
You should set 1.3v in BIOS with Vdroop Control which is set to high vdroop. It should show 1.272v idle. From Windows when you are supposed to running Prime the Vcore would be lower than that of ~1.25v in CPUz and it could be the root cause of BSOD. Well you will require to increase set vcore in BIOS to keep the load vcore in Windows at the higher level or you should change Vdroop Control to the low vdroop. This particular thing would rise Windows (CPUZ vcore) with stress load little bit.


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