i3 560 4.13Ghz stable, help?
Well guys, today I just installed the i3 560 and Noctua NH-D14, and I wanted to overclock a little, which is something I never did before..
On stock speeds, on full load, temps didn't go higher than 42°C, if it even reached 43°C it would just go back to 40°C, then back to 42°C and so on, pretty good I guess for a 5 hour full load..
So I went into the bios and really didn't know what to do lol, I went by guessing and did this:
basically I turned the everything on auto, but reduced the RAM to 1066Mhz (from 1333Mhz), and now with the OC it's back on 1333Mhz or a little lower (I guess this way I won't have too much to worry about the RAM, right?) and I also turned the Bus Speed to 165.. (it was 130 or 135 on stock) now looking at some screenshots online, a guy had 180 Bus Speed and 2800Mhz QPI Link, while my QPI Link is 3637Mhz.. is it too much? Did I do something wrong? I also left the voltage on auto, which is 1.288V, is that too much, or too low? Also, I ran a 3 hour test with this OC setting and the max temp I got was 49°C or 50°C.. if somebody can clear it up for me it would be great, thanks guys!
ASUS P7P55D-E LX
Intel i3 560
MSI GTX 560 TI
8GB 1333Mhz Kingston RAM
CoolerMaster 500W SilentPro 80Plus)
UPDATE: After 2 hours of Prime95 and 2 runs of 3D Mark 11 the max temp I reached was 55°C..
(To me it's impressive, I was used to the i3 530 on stock cooler which was regurarly on 50-51°C in full load, at 2.93Ghz, and now I'm getting pretty much the same temps, but on a 4.15Ghz overclock)
Should I keep going with the OC?
UPDATE2: Now running only Prime95, 50°C max temperature
for now set the vcore to 1,3 and let her rip.
with a cooler like that and a stable juice supply you should get a bit more :)
still the d14 is overkill for a sempy :p ive built an army of them with tx3's
qpi gets tricky if done manually,so let it on auto if you can
and its not stable till you can prime and loop 3dmark. anything that crops out is not stable
I have to run both Prime95 and 3dmark? At the same time? lol
the pc will be unusable,but if it can take that for a loop or two then you are most probably ok.
and play a music video or something just in case and transfer stuff from one hdd to another and so on
if you have the patience, of course :)
well a loop of 3dmark is a complete run of the benchmark.
your ingles is pretty good,no worries.
whichever you like.
dont look at the scores, just make sure there are no issues,like in squares,lines,dots,reboots,blue screens
and so on.
Well 3d mark is kinda pointless for cpu stessing is all i think just my 2 cents
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