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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2011/04/18 12:35:14 (permalink)
Just be aware that the voltages are a bit high from my experience, I was able to clock to 4.24 on my 950 on far lower voltages..
 
 
Voltage Control
EVGA VDrop Control ( Without VDroop )
CPU VCore ( 1.393 ) 1.39 idle / 1.40 - 1.41 Load
CPU VTT Voltage ( +150 ) 1.34 windows
CPU PLL VCore ( 1.80v )
DIMM Voltage ( 1.65v )
DIMM DQ Vref ( +0 )
QPI PLL VCore ( 1.20v )
IOH VCore ( 1.25 )
IOH/ICH I/O Voltage ( 1.575 )
ICH VCore ( 1.2v )

 
Thats stable for 185 x 23 for me...

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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2011/04/23 01:16:19 (permalink)
Hi People. i want to OC my System, i need help. I want to know can i use this Bios Settings to my system?
 
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2011/04/23 03:33:45 (permalink)
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Hi People. i want to OC my System, i need help. I want to know can i use this Bios Settings to my system?

MB- Evga X58 Classified 3way SLi
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I want CPU speed around 4.0Mhz or 4.2 Mhz
Thanks, i had update BIOS 

 
Check out the first post in this thread. Jacobs guide will get you to 4.2 easily. And since you have a 950 instead of the 920 used in the guide, you can turn off turbo and use 21x201 for a true 4.2GHz OC with memory multi @ 2:8.  4.2Ghz, ~1600Mhz Ram, pretty much the sweet spot for an easy OC of the X58 platform. Just minor a Vcore adjustment is all that it probably needed. Personally I would go easy on VTT at first. Try it at default first before bringing it up as high as Jacob has his. Every IMC is different, and most don't need +300mV with 3x2GB RAM. If you get low or inconsistent GFlops in LinX, then try more VTT. But keep in mind the classy has a default VTT of 1.2, as opposed to the E758 which has a 1.1 by default. I have the same board and RAM as you ( I assume 1600 dominators?) and the default VTT is perfect for me.
 
If you want to be truly stable after OCing, use LinX to stress test. Check out Kram's thread on stability, and even join the club*. You can download LinX with the newest version of Linpack in his post. Just be sure to have real temp or something similar to watch temps while testing. LinX will stress the hell out of a CPU. Much more than you will ever see under normal circumstances. It stresses the CPU to the max, so you know if you are stable in LinX, your pretty much stable for anything.
 
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2011/12/16 10:49:12 (permalink)
Does Jacob's guide (on Page 1) of this thread overclock all four cores on the Bloomfield 920 chip or simply one core?  I ask this because I followed this to a "T" and went from 2.66ghz - 4.2ghz.  Yet, my windows 7 "experience" score didn't change at all.  It's still at 7.5 - The El33t tool shows one core at 4.2ghz, but I can't tell about the other cores.  Additionally, I can't say I see much of a performance increase either..  Any thoughts?
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2011/12/16 11:39:47 (permalink)
If you look at the WEI, it clearly states that the item with your lowest score (typically the HDD W/X58 systems) limits your WEI score. What's more, the CPU score is more affected by number of threads and class of CPU than raw MHz. we don't pay much attention to WEI scores here.

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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/01/04 06:43:03 (permalink)
Very nice guide, thanks!!!!
post edited by olivete - 2012/01/04 14:22:50
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/02/04 05:54:23 (permalink)
Isnt CPU VCore - 1.47500 dangerous?
 
I cant afford to fry my CPU.

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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/02/04 06:15:53 (permalink)
you should never need 1.4+ volts unless you're benching with ln2 or dice.. for the average i7 you should't have to use much more than 1.35.. depending if you have a D0 stepped chip or not (you can tell using the CPU-Z application)
 
that guide isn't a template, just informative for you to get the ball rolling

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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/02/04 06:54:11 (permalink)
Unrelated perhaps but if it freezes in Prime95 then that is a RAM setting/voltage?

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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/02/04 09:31:22 (permalink)
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Unrelated perhaps but if it freezes in Prime95 then that is a RAM setting/voltage?

Not necessarily. It would be best to start a new thread, plenty of people here that are willing to help. You will need to post your current BIOS template when you do so we know what you have done.
 
Also it is about time this one was removed from the stickies.

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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/06/07 07:59:16 (permalink)
<Fixed>  Delete Post, thank you
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/06/08 16:43:44 (permalink)
I've tried the template in the first post except i used 1.4vcore and had a BSOD during Unreal Tournament III.  I do NOT want to use the 'Turbo' feature through the bios; 21 multi.  I am looking for stability at 211 BCLK.  I'm using an EVGA 760 with the latest bios. 
 
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/06/08 17:20:19 (permalink)
Don't use this guide, worst guide there is, go to the stickies for a good guide, there is a reason it is not there any more.

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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/09/24 22:01:30 (permalink)
i did this, got my 950 to 4.0, but my 1867 ram is running at 1600 cuz i left it at auto, and if i try to OC it up to 1867 it either jumps to 2180 or 2400 ish, and then when i save and reboot my monitors wont turn on and i have to reset the bios with the button on the MOBO... any ideas? :/
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/09/26 12:46:20 (permalink)
What is your BCLK and your memory multiplier?
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/09/26 17:52:25 (permalink)
bclk is 200
and multiplier is 20
 
 
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/09/26 20:20:32 (permalink)
Why is this thread not stickied?
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/09/27 09:18:25 (permalink)
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bclk is 200
and multiplier is 20



For the memory I meant, 2:8, 2:10?
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/09/27 10:01:17 (permalink)
oh, 2:8, sorry, if i go up 2:10 it doesnt work
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/09/27 13:39:44 (permalink)
yeah 2:8 will give you 1600, 2:10 will give you 2000.  Remember on these newer systems, all of these clocks are ratios.  If you were at a BCLK of 175 your memory would be 1400 or 1750 at 2:10. 
You can try adjusting voltages some, but, being able to get 1866 ram stable at 2K can be quite a challenge, and might not be possible.  At which point your other 2 choices would be leave it be, or clock it to 186/187 BCLK (dropping your clock) and having the ratio at 2:10, or try to get your BCLK to 233 at 2:8 will get you 1864 on the RAM, but honestly, good luck hitting that BCLK.  I have seen it a few times, but normally on really good chips, volted like crazy and on extreme cooling.
 
If this was mine, I would leave it at 200, as long as everything is dialed in nicely, then I would try to see if I could tighten the timings some.
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/10/20 08:40:02 (permalink)
Please help I followed everything to a T hit save and rebooted to a black screen I can't even get it to post and when it does I hit del to enter setup and it does nothing ;(


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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/10/20 09:48:00 (permalink)
nevermind im back online i didn't event think of the damn cmos bios reset.. Anyway can i please get someone good with OC to pm. This is an old rig ive bought off of a buddy and im used to my sandy bridge! i want to oc this though if possible
 
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/10/20 12:10:02 (permalink)
Stallion44: Make a new post and in it fill out this template and request overclocking assistance. Please also describe in the post your full system specs to include PSU and CPU:
 
http://www.evga.com/forum..hive/tm.asp?m=100548328
 
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2012/11/03 09:35:26 (permalink)
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2013/10/24 05:33:45 (permalink)
Guys
 
What bios rev is this on ? I updated my bios to rev83 and followed everything to the T. Pc wont boot get a black screen. Can someone advise ? Also is 83 the latest bios ?  
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2013/10/24 07:39:04 (permalink)
Please fill out this template and post it:
 
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2013/10/24 08:17:10 (permalink)
EVGA 132-BL-E758 Tylersburg
BIOS Identifier: 08/25/2011-132-BL-E758-8A79TEV9C-00
Manufacturer (system): OEM
Model (system): OEM
Version (system): OEM
Serial number (system): OEM
Bios manufacturer: Phoenix Technologies, LTD
Bios version: 6.00 PG
Date: 8/25/2011
Size: 1 MB
 
8 GB total memory type DDR3
Memory timing: 9.0 clocks-9 clocks-9 clocks-24 clocks-2 TT

Memory chip G.Skill from 4 GB
Maximum frequency: 800 MHz
Max bandwidth: PC3-12800
Memory type: DDR3
Part number: F3-12800CL9-4GBRL
Serial number: 00000000

Memory chip G.Skill from 4 GB
Maximum frequency: 800 MHz
Max bandwidth: PC3-12800
Memory type: DDR3
Part number: F3-12800CL9-4GBRL
Serial number: 00000000
 
Windows 7 Ultimate Edition ‎(X64)‎ Service Pack 1
System install date: 6/14/2013
 
Intel Core i7 920 clocked at 2.67 GHz
Number of cores: 4 physical, 8 logical
Processor socket: Socket 1366 LGA
 
Hope this helps you guys. Thanks in advance for any assistance
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2014/01/30 06:30:43 (permalink)
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First of all, I did the Load Defaults, Saved and Rebooted.  Then I set the following values in the BIOS.
 
On the Frequency/Voltage Control screen
    CPU Clock Ration: 20x (this is the default)
    CPU Host Frequency: 200
    CPU Uncore Fequency: 16x
    Everything else left at default values
 
On the Memory Features screen
    Memory SPD: XMP Profile 1
    Memory Frequency: 1067Mhz / 2:8
    Everything else set at Auto or default values
 
On the Voltage Control screen
    EVGA Droop Control: Without EVGA Droop
    CPU Vcore:   1.35V
    Everything else at Auto or default settings
 
This puts me at 4.189Ghz.  I could go faster but the temps start getting a little to high for me.  I have had it as high as 4.5Ghz by following the the settings that were presented on this page but my CPU Temps started getting to high for my likings.  



A few CMOs resets late... this worked much better for me than the OP.
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2014/08/12 11:25:13 (permalink)
I wish the pics would show up so I would know if I've got all of the right settings!
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Re:EVGA X58 Overclocking Guide 2014/10/18 08:57:19 (permalink)
Because all the links to BIOS template seem to be dead I'm posting this:
 
Mother Board ( EVGA X58 Classified E-759 )
Drivers ( 1025 )
Bios ( 43 Beta )
CPU ( 920 ) (with 920's please also add the stepping CO or DO)
CPU Cooler ( Heat Killer 3.0 )
Memory ( Corsair Dominator GTX 2250 8 8 8 24 1t )
PSU ( Corsair HX1000W )
GPU ( GTX295 Co-op X 2 )
Drivers ( 190.56 )
Operating System ( Windows 7 64 Ultimate )

Frequency Control
CPU Clock Ratio ( 31X )
CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) ( 142 )
MCH Strap ( Auto )
CPU Uncore Frequency (Mhz) ( 4156Mhz { 29X } )
CPU Clock Skew ( 0 ps )
Spread Spectrum ( Disabled )
PCIE Frequency (Mhz) ( 100 ) If using SSDs, Check with your SSD manufacturer before raising above 100.
Memory Feature
Memory Speed ( Standard )
Memory Control Setting ( Enabled )
Memory Frequency ( 1866Mhz / 2:14 )
Channel Interleave Setting ( 6 Way )
Rank Interleave Setting ( 4 Way )
Memory Low Gap ( Auto )
tCL Setting ( 8 )
tRCD Setting ( 8 )
tRP Setting ( 8 )
tRAS Setting ( 24 )
tRFC Setting ( 88 )
Command Rate ( 1t )

Voltage Control
EVGA VDroop Control ( Without VDroop )
CPU VCore ( 1.40 )
CPU VTT Voltage ( +275 )
CPU PLL VCore ( 1.350 )
**IOH PLL VCore ( 1.350 )
DIMM Voltage ( 1.65 )
DIMM DQ Vref ( +0mV )
QPI PLL VCore ( 1.425 )
IOH VCore ( Auto )
IOH/ICH I/O Voltage ( Auto )
**BR04 ( NF200) Voltage ( 1.40 ) (only on E-759)
**VTT PWM Frequency ( 250 KHZ )
**CPU PWM Frequency ( 800 KHZ )
**CPU Impedance ( Less )
**QPI Signal Compensation ( Less )
ICH VCore ( Auto )
*PWM Frequency ( Not Used on Classified )

CPU Feature
Intel SpeedStep ( Disabled )
Turbo Mode Function ( Enabled )
CxE Function ( Disabled )
Execute Disable Bit ( Disabled )
Virtualization Technology ( Disabled )
Intel HT Technology ( Enabled )
Active Processor Cores ( All )
QPI Control Settings ( Enabled )
QPI Link Fast Mode ( Enabled )
QPI Frequency Selection ( 6.400 GT/s )
OC Recovery ( Disabled )
Turbo Performance ( Enabled )
PnP/PCI PCI Express
Maximum Payload Size ( 2048 )

Power Management Setup
ACPI Suspend Type ( S3 )
HPET Support ( Enabled )
HPET Mode ( 64-bit )



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