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Asus P8Z77-V & Intel Core i7 3770k @ 4.7Ghz Overclock Settings

My settings used to overclock the Intel Core i7 3770k to 4.7Ghz on the Asus P8Z77-V Pro motherboard. The full rig specifiactions are: Intel Core i7 3770K @ 4…
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  1. Wallysson Rafael 2:05 pm 17/04 of 2013

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  2. Paul LastLevelTech 2:52 pm 17/04 of 2013

    Good advice. Thanks.

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  3. Paul LastLevelTech 3:02 pm 17/04 of 2013

    Yes. You could probably get 4.4Ghz with that setup and that CPU cooler.

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  4. MzNToS 3:50 pm 17/04 of 2013

    looks good.

    seidon 120m can get loud, switch fan with noctua nf f12 and you get better results and quieter fan :)

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  5. KaiwenYu65 4:09 pm 17/04 of 2013

    i want to buy computer parts in, July-September, etc.

    intel Core i5 3570K
    ASUS P8Z77-V LGA
    Kingston HyperX Blu 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1600
    ASUS GTX660 TI-DC2O-2GD5
    ASUS DVD Burner Black SATA Model DRW-24B3ST
    WD Black WD1002FAEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB
    Cooler Master GX 750W
    Cooler Master Seidon 120M

    will be overclock ?!

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  6. Mateus farias 4:39 pm 17/04 of 2013

    do you think there is much difference for the maximus v formula

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  7. MzNToS 5:33 pm 17/04 of 2013

    yes, why not^^

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  8. KaiwenYu65 6:16 pm 17/04 of 2013

    i5 3570k possible?!

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  9. L3Monarque 7:13 pm 17/04 of 2013

    It doesn’t matter what GPU you use with what CPU. Any model gpu with any model cpu will work as long as you have the right sockets on the *motherboard*

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  10. darkconn95 7:28 pm 17/04 of 2013

    ok. Thanks i will try that,.

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  11. Jose Martinic 8:03 pm 17/04 of 2013

    GTX sorry

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  12. Jose Martinic 8:16 pm 17/04 of 2013

    I want a GTS 680 nvidia GPU can I use it with a I7 2700k?

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  13. DarthMuse 9:04 pm 17/04 of 2013

    what ive noticed in videos is the the fans on the H100i seem louder at lower speeds then the h100 is basically silent on low but H100i is better at higher speeds its abit of a weird one this is just from looking at vidz. I guess were doing a new build or something you would get H100i but if someone was telling should I upgrade from the H100 to H100i I would be sayin no because you can still get the same overclocks basically on both units.

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  14. Paul LastLevelTech 9:36 pm 17/04 of 2013

    Its hard to know sometimes. The H100 has a well documented problem with a noisy pump but the fans that come with the H100i seem to be worse than the H100. I swapped out the fans on my H100i as it was annoying me.

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  15. DarthMuse 10:28 pm 17/04 of 2013

    I know reviews don’t mean much but on newegg the reviews for H100i Is worse then the H100.

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  16. Paul LastLevelTech 10:30 pm 17/04 of 2013

    If you have no XMP option then you can select manual and input the CAS values manually. Normally these values are either on the sticker of the memory or the manufacturers website.

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  17. Paul LastLevelTech 10:42 pm 17/04 of 2013

    The H100i is the better of the two. The H100 is noisy.

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  18. Mateus farias 11:39 pm 17/04 of 2013

    oh i just received a great news the store wich i was buying the seidom said next week arrives the h100 and h100i wich is better?

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  19. darkconn95 12:23 am 18/04 of 2013

    hey, I have exactly the same motherboard and processor. However, when i am trying to follow your settings I dont have option to select X.M.P. I have only manual, or auto. Do I need to load X.M.P profile for my memory. Please help.

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  20. Paul LastLevelTech 1:07 am 18/04 of 2013

    Not without a custom made water loop and delidding the CPU to replace the crappy thermal paste Intel used on the 3770k. My 2600k easily went to 5Ghz but I wanted the PCI-E 3.0 support for newer graphics cards.

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  21. Jose Martinic 1:59 am 18/04 of 2013

    Do you run FSX? Ans can you show us a stress test with your settings?

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  22. Jose Martinic 2:18 am 18/04 of 2013

    Will you take it to 5,0? How will you compare it with the i7 2700k OC to 5-5,2?

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  23. Paul LastLevelTech 3:17 am 18/04 of 2013

    I’m using a Corsair H100i with a bigger radiator than the Seidom at the moment and that just about handles 4.7Ghz at 70c gaming. I would expect you would have to lower the overclock to maybe 4.4Ghz and a vcore value of 1.20->1.25v for the Seidom.

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  24. Mateus farias 3:57 am 18/04 of 2013

    thanks do you think a seidom 120m cooler master will hold this oc??

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  25. Paul LastLevelTech 4:11 am 18/04 of 2013

    Can’t say that I’ve noticed to be honest.

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