[SOLVED] help overclocking I5 8600k

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Ive trying to overclock my cpu up to at least 4,8 but its not stable, my bios show me that i can overclock up to 4,7 and thats all, right now overclocking 15 8600k 4,7 with 1,28 voltage stable i think. Thanks guys who can help me!!


spec: motherboard gigabyte z370 hd3p v1 Bios F12
gpu: 1080 hybrid
cpu; i5 8600k
cooling cpu; h60 close aio
 
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JaSoN_cRuZe

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There are many guides on how to overclock these processors do visit them.

If the CPU is not stable on the specified multiplier then it means you have to increase the Vcore of the processor for it to be stable. Increase the Vcore gradually unless the system passes the Intel Burn Test, if it does then test with Prime95 Blend to confirm stability.

More step by step info and guides can be found online.
 
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There are many guides on how to overclock these processors do visit them.

If the CPU is not stable on the specified multiplier then it means you have to increase the Vcore of the processor for it to be stable. Increase the Vcore gradually unless the system passes the Intel Burn Test, if it does then test with Prime95 Blend to confirm stability.

More step by step info and guides can be found online.

Maaan can you believe me that mi i5 8600k is stable at 4,7 1,32 voltages? witha maximun of 100* celcius on the stress test? im sad im using the h60 but im thinking of doing a mod to it to increase the performance.
thans man
 

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100C on CPU package while stress testing is bad reduce you voltage and if not stable reduce your overclock.

I'm using 3570K and it is stable @4.6 with 1.25V temps below 80 and it requires more than 1.3+ to be stable @4.7, My CPU cooler is EVGA CLC 280.

If you want to overclock more, you have two options
  1. Buy a good AIO with 280 or 360 RAD.
  2. Delid the processor and apply Liquid Metal (voids warranty)
 
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100C on CPU package while stress testing is bad reduce you voltage and if not stable reduce your overclock.

I'm using 3570K and it is stable @4.6 with 1.25V temps below 80 and it requires more than 1.3+ to be stable @4.7, My CPU cooler is EVGA CLC 280.

If you want to overclock more, you have two options
  1. Buy a good AIO with 280 or 360 RAD.
  2. Delid the processor and apply Liquid Metal (voids warranty)
right now i overclocked to 4,5 on 1,23v on 83 celcius.

im thinking of buy a resorvoir with pump plus a 240 radiator and re use the two 120 radiator i have on the close aio because my 1080 is hybrid so re use the two radiator and the two waterblock the had with the lil pumps inside because i dont want to pay too much, what do you think man, thanks for the replies!
 

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You have currently 2*120mm RAD, one for GPU and one for CPU right. If you are going for custom liquid cooling, it will drastically reduce temps, if you can afford go for it.

I don't know much about reusing the closed AIO RAD, its perfectly sealed and if you are going to reuse without the proper brackets to the 120mm RAD might cause leakage.

I would advise to keep the GPU with the 120 RAD since the problem is not with the GPU, just get the water block and reservoir for the CPU later down the road buy a water block for the GPU and sell your H60.
 
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I will say sum under this when i buy the pumps and everything have it done so you can cee the differents on temp and looking, the thing of the h60 is that it is the old version so it has a couple years so i feel its not 100% fiil up of water so thats why im going to do the custom
 

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