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i5 4570 non-k overclocking

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello Guys so i have a i5-4570 non-k CPU and i want to know that can i overlock it ? I know that the non-k CPU-s are locked but can i somehow unlock it.
The backstory is simple the games that i play are using my cpu at 100% all the time (R6 siege, COD:MW, Battlefield V) and creating a bottleneck, beacuse my 1060 6GB only sitting on 60-70% 
So if i could overclock my cpu maybe 10% taht would help me if i am not wrong 

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4 minutes ago, Skyforge said:

non-k CPU-s are locked

You just said it yourself.


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4 minutes ago, Skyforge said:

Hello Guys so i have a i5-4570 non-k CPU and i want to know that can i overlock it ? I know that the non-k CPU-s are locked but can i somehow unlock it.
The backstory is simple the games that i play are using my cpu at 100% all the time (R6 siege, COD:MW, Battlefield V) and creating a bottleneck, beacuse my 1060 6GB only sitting on 60-70% 
So if i could overclock my cpu maybe 10% taht would help me if i am not wrong 

I'd recommend going the direction of a small upgrade. I'm assuming that you don't want to spend big bucks and upgrading your whole system. I would instead look into upgrading to a i7-4790K or even just an i7-4790. You could keep all your same parts and just change CPUs. I'm seeing listings for that CPU (i7-4790K) for $115. 

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6 minutes ago, Skyforge said:

Hello Guys so i have a i5-4570 non-k CPU and i want to know that can i overlock it ? I know that the non-k CPU-s are locked but can i somehow unlock it.
The backstory is simple the games that i play are using my cpu at 100% all the time (R6 siege, COD:MW, Battlefield V) and creating a bottleneck, beacuse my 1060 6GB only sitting on 60-70% 
So if i could overclock my cpu maybe 10% taht would help me if i am not wrong 

if you REALLY wanted to overclock that nonk cpu, you could go the scetchy route and use the set fsb program but i highly dont suggest you use that unless you are determined to overclock this non-k cpu, i suggest you pick up a k version off of ebay or amazon, but if you REALLY want to overclock it, give setfsb a try, there are some tutorials on how to use it on youtube

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Depends on your motherboard, if it's the right chipset you can BCLK it.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, Princess Luna said:

Depends on your motherboard, if it's the right chipset you can BCLK it.

i have a z87 chipset on my motherboard

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16 minutes ago, Spaceman_Wil said:

I'd recommend going the direction of a small upgrade. I'm assuming that you don't want to spend big bucks and upgrading your whole system. I would instead look into upgrading to a i7-4790K or even just an i7-4790. You could keep all your same parts and just change CPUs. I'm seeing listings for that CPU (i7-4790K) for $115. 

i don't want to spend on it beacuse i will build a new system at august

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