Kougar wrote:Quick tip, many memory modules have way more profiles than CPU-Z shows. You can find them by selecting tools and exporting to HTML, then opening in your browser. For example my current DDR3 kit has 22 different profiles, 11 for 1.65v and 11 for 1.60v. Which is weird since my board only shows the two main XMP profiles if I view from the UEFI.
Kougar wrote:Personally I'm not a fan of memory overclocking given the hassle/performance ratio is pretty awful. Expect to be doing CMOS resets if you start messing with the timings. I'd recommend starting with just the frequency first and play with timings later. Don't go over 1.65v.
Kougar wrote:For your CPU you're already at the edge of the sweet spot, given what you said it will probably hit 100c before you get to 4.7ghz. Have you tested how far you can push it at the current vcore?
EzioAs wrote:I'm really only looking to increase the frequency, without adjusting the timings. Should I increase any voltage though and afterwards, any tools you can recommend for me to ofr test stability?