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According to this review - http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/711...ew/index5.html - the mobo should have no problem booting with 4.7-4.8ghz on the cpu, it says that:

"The VRM wasn't the limitation, so with better cooling, I am sure you can hit the same high overclocks as a normal ATX board."

What cache do you try to run? Tried higher Input voltage? Like 2.1?

Settings used in tweaktown review to find max bootable frequency:
"Max CPU Overclock is found by setting the VCore to 1.5v, Input voltage to 2.1v, cache voltage to 1.15v, booting with a CPU multiplier of 45x and disabling any features that would result in CPU frequency fluctuation."

So try these:
1. Set the VCore to 1.5v, Input voltage to 2.1v, cache voltage to 1.15v and see how high frequency u can boot at.

2. Connect the usb plug, install the Corsair Link Software and disable OCP for the rails.

3. Try with another PSU.

Al of these with cpu cache ratio set at low 30 or under.
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Good ideas

- try 4.6G with higher input voltage
- try running 3GHz cache

Based on your XTU submissions I guess BIOS isn't the issue since you're running the same like in the Tweaktown review.
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4.5 at 1.3 1.35 1.4 passes fine just higher temps.

4.6 and 2.1 input still doesn't work.

4.6 and even 2.3 cache doesn't work

Just tried 125 strap stock speeds 3.5 and 1333 memory. Auto vcore was at 1.14 and passed fine.

Now just tried 4ghz same setting and vcore wanted 1.15 and bam instant shut down with benchmarking, wtf??? Ugh
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Try 4.4 ghz cache with 1.42v on cache system agent.
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I hate to bring this back from the dead, but did you ever figure this out. I just built a 6600k system that is doing the same thing. I can bench and stress test for hours with no trouble at 4.7 and still tweaking to get 4.8 stable. But xtu is killing me. I can stress test in xtu with no problems at 4.7. It ran for 3 hours yesterday, but as soon as I click benchmark windows blue screens. Even at 4.6 and 4.5 I get random blue screens in xtu sometimes.

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I also have questions like this, who can answer the details?
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