Posted 05 November 2013 - 12:32 PM
I hope that vring is a typo and not 2.2v! thats way to high for a haswell and I think the safe limit is 1.2~
This How to Overclock an Intel 4770K Guide should help even though you are using a i5, a lot of it is the same. Start low and work your way up. everytime you make an adjustment, save and reset. than stress test it, repeat.
If you don't want to do that than you can try the setting below but i can't say for sure if it will work, every chip is different and i have no experience with a i5 haswell. You also may want a different cooler because at 1.2v and above it's going to get hot really quick and the Evo doesn't cut it.
CPU ratio: 42
CPU ratio: mode: Fixed
Ring ratio: 39
CPU Core Voltage: 1.2
CPU Ring Voltage: 1.2
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