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Got it back to 1.306v... So it wasn't degradation that caused the need to increase the voltage nor was it due to a "break-in period" which I don't believe is even a thing. It was caused by the fact that I left Overclock Mode on Auto. I changed it to Manual and options to set Boot Strap, BCLK and a few other things appeared. This is what happens when I start playing with the BIOS at 2am. As for Aida64 not displaying Start time on the top, I just re-installed it and it...
Made it through 8 hours. Now to set the RAM and tweak some of the other settings again.
Thanks for your input guys. C-States are all auto Input voltage is 1.79v (auto) Aida64 is the latest version. I have not re-installed but thought about that. Aida64 running for 2.5 hours all defaults except CPU ratio: 47, Cache Min: 8, Cache Max: 44, vCore: 1.316v, cache voltage: 1.265v
A couple weeks ago I had my 4790K stable 4.7GHz 1.306v. Today I went to make some changes in the BIOS but instead of saving the current profile, I loaded an old one. Now I can't get it stable again, Aida64 keeps finding a hardware failure and it's never lasted more than 4 hours. Been trying for 14 hours! Currently I've got it at 4700MHz 1.316v CPU Cache 4400MHz 1.268v everything else is at default. Aida64 is saying the CPU Package is drawing over 90W. Take a look at the...
You got a bad batch. Doesn't mean all Liquid Ultra is bad
That's not correct. I connected the CEO of Coollabs and Liquid Ultra is rated higher than Pro (see link in my sig)
My ASUS Z97 Deluxe doesn't like my Mushkin RAM @ 2666MHz. I had to lower it to 2400MHz to get it performing properly. It runs @ 2666MHz but not very well. The same RAM ran brilliantly in my Z77 ASRock OC Formula.
it's not regular paste. it won't come off when securing the block.
You won't gain anything by using it on the block. It's just wasting the CLU really
You don't need to apply it to the block. If you are putting it on top of the IHS, that is sufficient
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