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    Overclocking Gigabyte Z68X-UD5-B3 and 2500k

    In this way my system is steady nevertheless when I attempt to run Prime95, the CPU multiplier value changes when CPU is in full Load why? I imagine I have to change the TPL value (default is 95w) nevertheless BIOS doesn't permit me to adjust this value without enabling Intel Turbo Mode.

    Moreover I haven't understood how LoadLine Calibration works, with my old Mobo (Socket LGA 755) LoadLine standards were enabled or Disabled. Now I have 10 dissimilar values (from Level 1 to Level 10) nevertheless I don't know what the most excellent value I be supposed to choose .

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    Re: Overclocking Gigabyte Z68X-UD5-B3 and 2500k

    I tried many solutions and now I reach steadiness with following parameters:
    • PLL 1.88
    • QPI/VTT 1.10
    • VCore 1.24
    • LLC 8
    • Internal PLL Overvolt Enable


    Linux runs fine without errors and temperatures are diminish to 65,70,67,71.I still have trouble with Prime95.when I sprint it my multiplier are distorted when CPU is in full load. Besides I have several trouble with Intel Extreme Tuning utility, it couldn't distinguish CPU temp of my board. I imagine that Z68 chipset is not supported well by all diagnostic software’s.

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    Re: Overclocking Gigabyte Z68X-UD5-B3 and 2500k

    Obviously make sure that you have downloaded all the most recent versions of the programs that you are using for reporting. Also if one program sounds suspiciously out check it with another.

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    Re: Overclocking Gigabyte Z68X-UD5-B3 and 2500k

    I was capable to acquire my 2500k stable at 4.6 GHz through a CPU VCC at 1.35 and running my RAM at 1.54.I have a Zalman 9500CNPS on apex of mine and my temperature are 28c idle and 70c using Intel Burn Test. I make use of Core Temperature to determine the temps they have a new-fangled version that is well-matched with the SB.I make use of CPU-Z to test my RAM and CPU settings.
    • Turbo - Disable
    • PLL Overvolt – Enable
    • LLC - 10
    • RAM VCC - 1.54
    • VCore - 1.35
    • PLL - 1.80


    No matter what I do I can't go any further. X47 sets me into a constant reboot. I'm happy at 4.6 so I'm not going to push it.

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