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3 years ago#1
I recently started trying to overclock my CPU. I have a 3570K, z77X D3H motherboard, and a Hyper 212 Plus cooler. Whenever I set the voltage manually and restart, my computer freezes at the boot screen and I have to clear the CMOS to get it to boot again. If I leave the voltage on auto it ramps up to 1.5V under stress for only an overclock of 4.3 GHz which causes the temps to go above 100C which I know isn't good for the CPU.

So what I'm wondering is, what am I doing wrong when setting the voltage that it isn't letting me boot m computer. I've seen people easily get to 4.3GHz with a voltage of only 1.2V with manageable temps, but I can't set the voltage manually at all without it freezing upon boot.
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3 years ago#2
Bump. I'd post this in the Tech Support board but no one seems to post there.
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3 years ago#3
Do you have your motherboard's latest bios? Have you tried using the voltage offset?
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3 years ago#4
accept that you have a bad chip
3 years ago#5
Buburibon posted...
Do you have your motherboard's latest bios? Have you tried using the voltage offset?


I'm not sure for either of those. How do I check the version of my bios?
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3 years ago#6
If you can't figure out how to find the bios version then maybe you should read a little bit more on overclocking.
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3 years ago#7
WerdnAndreW posted...
If you can't figure out how to find the bios version then maybe you should read a little bit more on overclocking.


From what I had already read it seemed easy. I followed exactly what it said but I can't even get boot. I get the post beep but then it just freezes. If it was just a bad overclock that would be one thing.
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3 years ago#8
2Dhas_a_MIGRANE posted...
I recently started trying to overclock my CPU. I have a 3570K, z77X D3H motherboard, and a Hyper 212 Plus cooler. Whenever I set the voltage manually and restart, my computer freezes at the boot screen and I have to clear the CMOS to get it to boot again. If I leave the voltage on auto it ramps up to 1.5V under stress for only an overclock of 4.3 GHz which causes the temps to go above 100C which I know isn't good for the CPU.

So what I'm wondering is, what am I doing wrong when setting the voltage that it isn't letting me boot m computer. I've seen people easily get to 4.3GHz with a voltage of only 1.2V with manageable temps, but I can't set the voltage manually at all without it freezing upon boot.


Try this guide

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/cpu_mainboard/gigabyte_z77_overclocking_guide/1
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3 years ago#9
steveboblarry posted...
2Dhas_a_MIGRANE posted...
I recently started trying to overclock my CPU. I have a 3570K, z77X D3H motherboard, and a Hyper 212 Plus cooler. Whenever I set the voltage manually and restart, my computer freezes at the boot screen and I have to clear the CMOS to get it to boot again. If I leave the voltage on auto it ramps up to 1.5V under stress for only an overclock of 4.3 GHz which causes the temps to go above 100C which I know isn't good for the CPU.

So what I'm wondering is, what am I doing wrong when setting the voltage that it isn't letting me boot m computer. I've seen people easily get to 4.3GHz with a voltage of only 1.2V with manageable temps, but I can't set the voltage manually at all without it freezing upon boot.


Try this guide

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/cpu_mainboard/gigabyte_z77_overclocking_guide/1


Ok thanks I'll look through that
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3 years ago#10
WerdnAndreW posted...
If you can't figure out how to find the bios version then maybe you should read a little bit more on overclocking.
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