How do I overclock intel i5 4670k and EVGA GTX 770 SC 4GB on ASUS Z97m-Plus BIOS

Mooisme123

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Hey there, just like the title stated, I have no idea how to overclock my intel i5 4670k which is currently run at stock speed of 3.4gh at the moment my cpu is at 33 celcius and the motherboard is at 28 celcius and the graphic card is at 32 celcius. I just want a extra boost in overall performance as of right now.
 

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Hello, thanks for responding. How would I know if my cpu or gpu can't handle the voltage I set? Will I notice a temp rising or shutting down?
 

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Hello, thanks for replying. Can I ask is there other software where I can up the voltage instead of in the bios and other type of benchmark softwares? sorry, I am a noob when it comes to OC things due to this being my first build I built back in 2012 and adding new components through out the courses of the years.
 

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Yeah i will link you one sec but as a note the software is more risky then in the bios so really take it slow if you use software but i will get the Intel CPU OC link. If you need i can get a Nvidia GPU OC link to?
 

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Hello, sure link me anything that you may think its helpful. I am grateful for your advice and helpful tips regarding this. Anything that is given to me I will study it and experiment with it. Thanks again :D
 

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Thanks. How about GPU? is it safe to OC GPU also or will it shorten the life cycle?
 

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i didnt read this one per-say but it should have a lot of hints tips and beginner guidance to overclocking for your first time http://lifehacker.com/a-beginners-introduction-to-overclocking-your-intel-pr-5580998 this is a EVGA GPU overclocking software to get the most out of your GPU http://www.evga.com/precision/ and this is a video tutorial on GPU overclocking https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uYEJuLA8os and last but not least this is a CPU i5 4'th and 5'th gen Haswell Overclocking Guide and it is aswell a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CHs5_TdpXE
 

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Could you expound on this 'take the multiplier all the way up' And when you mention MHz are you talking about the BCLK which at stock is 100?
 

Tradesman1

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You did read this didn't you, this is an Intel rig not AMD, which are two completely different things and do not operate the same. You take the multiplier up 'all the way' would be up over 5 GHz, and since Intel runs on a 100 BCLK which is the closest thing to what you 'suggest' setting it to 200 would likely fry the mobo.

In the future please read the threads and do NOT offer advice if you don't know what you are talking about.
 

Mooisme123

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Hey there, So... the previous person who posted the tips and advice was incorrect according to you?
If so, may you give me some instruction or anyway to do the OC? Thanks in advance.

 

Tradesman1

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The videos do indeed talk Intel - he was talking AMD when he spoke of raising the multiplier as high as it goes and the other, which is why I asked him to specify. AMD and Intel use different approaches to OCing. In either case, it's best to thing up slowly, not just jump to the highest someone has suggested which could fry components
 

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