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icebob

Member
Joined
Jan 25, 2008
Location
Cahokia, Il
Max validation on air so far with a xeon w3580

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Oh and yeah it was STABLE! enough to take the screen shot!!!!!!
 

Neomis

New Member
Joined
Apr 12, 2010
EVGA762 4-way overclock settings

Hi, i'm totally new to this and Just purchased a i7 980x, evga 762 4-way, and a Corsair h50(I know but it will have to do for now:) ) I'm going to put on Tuniq-tx2 and take of the thermal paste that comes with the H50(this is a good idea right?), I don't have everything I ordered yet but i should have it all by next week, Can someone tell me how to overclock on this mobo/processor for 4.2ghz, the exact settings would help tons, i'm still learning, I know that I want the V-core to be as low as possible right? I noticed on you-tube trubitar got his i7 980x to 4.2ghz on the corsair with a trieberk fan with some really low temps.

thanks for any help
-Neomis
 

Deanzo

Benchmarking Senior Member
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Feb 5, 2005
Location
Christchurch, New Zealand
@ Neomis,

Welcome.

Thats a very easy OC for most 980x's

Leave most things on auto other than,
vcore 1.4v (will be 1.38 in windows)
bclocks 145
multi 29

Done!


After that play around with bclocks, vcore and multi to get the combo You like.

If you need more help with other settings do not reply in this thread, please start your own.



@ Bob,

Nice one mate.
What PSU are you using ? TPQ1200 ?
 
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icebob

icebob

Member
Joined
Jan 25, 2008
Location
Cahokia, Il
@ Neomis,

Welcome.

Thats a very easy OC for most 980x's

Leave most things on auto other than,
vcore 1.4v (will be 1.38 in windows)
bclocks 145
multi 29

Done!


After that play around with bclocks, vcore and multi to get the combo You like.

If you need more help with other settings do not reply in this thread, please start your own.



@ Bob,

Nice one mate.
What PSU are you using ? TPQ1200 ?


Silverstone strider 1500w! FTW!