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Need Help Overclocking i7 965EE

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You're vCore is already really high... So i wouldn't recommend pushing it any higher.

 

Just because you have an unlocked processor doesn't mean that you cant use the bclk for overclocking too. At a 29x multiplier, even just a few mhz on the bclk will be a huge clock increase. I'd try raising your bclk 5 at a time until it becomes unstable then back it down once you reach the point of failure.

 

Also multiplier bumps usually require big voltage bumps. So you might find that reducing the multiplier to 25 or 27, and then easily get a big voltage reduction and a big bclk increase. Overall you could end up with a much higher speed.

 

Sorry it took me so long to get back to you, I've been busy, lol.

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You're vCore is already really high... So i wouldn't recommend pushing it any higher.

 

Just because you have an unlocked processor doesn't mean that you cant use the bclk for overclocking too. At a 29x multiplier, even just a few mhz on the bclk will be a huge clock increase. I'd try raising your bclk 5 at a time until it becomes unstable then back it down once you reach the point of failure.

 

Also multiplier bumps usually require big voltage bumps. So you might find that reducing the multiplier to 25 or 27, and then easily get a big voltage reduction and a big bclk increase. Overall you could end up with a much higher speed.

 

Sorry it took me so long to get back to you, I've been busy, lol.

 

 

LOL No worries buddy...it's all good :)

 

Thanks for the advice..i'll do as suggested and report back.

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