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I use adaptive setting and in bios it's set to 1.330v with 0.001v additional offset. In windows under load voltage is 1.332v.
Right now I increased my CPU VIN to 1.93v with vcore set to 1.33v, so far seems to be stable in windows and in games, no blue screen yet. Do you guys think if I keep it like this is good for 24/7? Or should I play it safe and go back to 4.6ghz at 1.293v? My CPU is delid CLU/MX2 under lapped hyper 212 evo, temperature during gaming stays between 55-63c.
Here is what I tried so far with my 47x multiplier. 100% stable at 4.6ghz 1.293v core, 4.3ghz cache 1.2v, 2400mhz ram 1.65 10-12-12-31 1T. Vcore voltage with 47x applied, 1.9v input voltage. 1.293v = Boots to windows, but blue screen in games immediately. 1.300v = Same as above 1.310v = Same as above 1.320v = Same as above 1.330v = Same as above 1.340v = Same as above but will last longer before blue screen, roughly 5 minutes before blue screen shows up. 1.350v = Runs...
Right now my system is rock stable at 4.6ghz core (1.293v adaptive), 4.3ghz cache (1.2v adaptive), input voltage = 1.90v. I would like to push my core to 4.7ghz, any ideas how much voltage do I need? CPU is delid, CLU ultra IHS and core, MX2 under heatsink, max temps in prime95 small fft avx enabled is 83C, rest time gaming is about 55-60.
I'm glad I got my 4GB GTX970 back in November instead of waited for the GTX960.
I finally got CLU and applied it between my delid CPU and IHS, so far my temperatures went from 105c+ prime95 small FFT stock TIM to 85C prime95 small FFT with my hyper 212 evo lapped to 2000 grid + mx2 on it. When I stress my system with OCCT, temperature stay around 63-65c range. I would like to push my system to 4.7ghz, so is there any suggestions on it? CPU Ratio : All Cores All Cores = 46 CPU Cache Ratio = 43 BCLK = 100.1 (Trying to make it show as 4602mhz instead...
I currently have evga gtx970 blower type with arctic cooling mono plus heatsink on it, temperature never reach above 53c during furmark and 45 during gaming. Right now I have it clocked at 1452/7880 1.2v stock voltage. I would like to push it to 1452mhz, but anything higher than 1452 will give me black screen. Is there anyway to unlock my gpu voltage? I used evga precision x16, tried to add 12/25/100346734mg, but voltage stayed at 1.2v, any ideas?
I'm running on a FSP Aurum 400W 80 plus gold power supply with my GTX970 overclocked. It works fine without any issues and I also overclocked my CPU to 4.6ghz at 1.293v, samsung ram from 1600 to 2200mhz 1.475v 10-11-11-31 and my GTX970 overclocked to 1477mhz core, 7960mhz memory at 1.2v stock voltage with 110% power target.
I tried to + system agent voltage all the way to +0.2v, still refuse to boot. Ram is set to 1.65v 12-12-12-36 2T. Like I said, as soon as I remove 2 sticks, the system can boot and run stable at 2400mhz 10-12-12-36 2T @ 1.55v, tried other 2 sticks and the same result. I even try to put all my CPU overclock back to stock and only play with the RAM setting and 2200mhz is the best I can achieve for 4 sticks samsung RAM. Do you guys think maybe I should sell my samsung ram...
I tried to push system agent voltage to offset +0.1v opposed to +0.035v for my 2200mhz ram setting, lower the latency to 11-12-12-36 2T, ram voltage from 1.475v to 1.65v, no go. Still showing a black screen, any other ideas guys? I tried running two sticks individually, and they all can run 2400mhz at dual channel mode, but not 4 sticks...
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