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I got mine upto 4.8k with 1.3v But while running Prime they get upto 90C, should i try to up the volts or just stop at this ?

4.7ghz at 1.250v do you get any WHEA errors? if so you need to up voltage
if you do get 4.7ghz with no WHEA and can get prime stable for 12+ hours your chip is about as good as mine
in that case you should be able to get 4.8ghz stable at 1.340v which gets me temps close to 90c with LinX
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My suggestion is to not use Offset voltage if you are trying for 4.7+ overclock.
You need high LLC and that makes low load voltage less stable (meaning) you need to raise V-core to bring up the idle load voltage floor.
Running Set voltage eliminates the low load voltage instability - mostly identified by WHEA errors during low load tasks (OCN trolling).

Might help those trying to get a high OC still using offset. Once you get the known Load voltage you can go back and start messing with offset but that is tedious smile.gif
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4.7ghz at 1.250v do you get any WHEA errors? if so you need to up voltage
if you do get 4.7ghz with no WHEA and can get prime stable for 12+ hours your chip is about as good as mine
in that case you should be able to get 4.8ghz stable at 1.340v which gets me temps close to 90c with LinX

It didnt when i had it going. But ill leave it running tonight to make sure. What were your idle and max temps like when u were running 4.7 1.25v ?
Edited by Nippa - 6/20/12 at 5:57pm
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Should I pay attention to WHEA errors?

I have seen people saying they are important and should be considered unstable, but others say they are fine.

Thoughts?

Also, if it is important, is there anything except the offset that I can use to remedy a WHEA error?


Also, it seems that the voltage fluctuates a bunch at max, and that the WHEA errors correlate with the times where it drops. For example, here are my specs now:
Multi: 45
Offset: -10
LLC: 2
PLL 1.799
Turbo Volts: 0.004

I get an idle voltage of 0.98V and a load voltage that fluctuates between 1.224 and 1.248V. Is there any way to make it fluctuate less? I am getting WHEA errors at these settings.
Edited by bigal1542 - 6/20/12 at 10:18pm
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Pardon me for being a noob but what is whea errors? How do I check for whea errors?
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Pardon me for being a noob but what is whea errors? How do I check for whea errors?

You can check for them by going to:

Administrative tools --> Event Viewer --> In the top section, click the + next to warning --> Should have a "WHEA-Logger" if you have had any. You can click on it to see the exact times.
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Found a i7-3770k on sale, but dont know if its good or bad - Will be using water ...
He is running 24/7 at 4500 Mhz @ 1.18v - Its sounds pretty good ? (Using high end water)

Just got him to test it at 5200 Mhz (Stable) and its need 1,48v to do this - Sounded like a very nice chips 4500@1,18 but 5200@1,48 sound very high.
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Found a i7-3770k on sale, but dont know if its good or bad - Will be using water ...
He is running 24/7 at 4500 Mhz @ 1.18v - Its sounds pretty good ? (Using high end water)
Just got him to test it at 5200 Mhz (Stable) and its need 1,48v to do this - Sounded like a very nice chips 4500@1,18 but 5200@1,48 sound very high.

definitly sounds like its on custom water loop.
Mine does 4.6ghz on 1.170v and I can't get 5ghz stable without 1.470+v on air.
I know if i had custom water or a TEC I could get it higher ghz with lower voltage but I dont' want to spend another $300+ for another 200-300 more mhz
IB is sensitive to heat, and the more heat you have the more voltage you need which causes more heat btw it is a vicious cycle.
On LN2 you can get 5ghz with 1.060v on some chips that should tell you how sensitive it is to heat.
It sounds like a good chip, but what kind of speed you looking for and how much it costing you? Are you running the same setup as him? don't expect the same max OC if you can't get the same temps.
most 3770k can get to 4.5ghz with 1.25-1.34v that you can buy at any vendor. and even 0.2v over the year won't cost you much in electricity. maybe $2 a year more if you run 24/7 at full load of course.

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It didnt when i had it going. But ill leave it running tonight to make sure. What were your idle and max temps like when u were running 4.7 1.25v ?

I redid my TIM and waited for it to cure because its AS5.... and my temps testing yesteday.
Idle temps aren't that different if you compare stock and something like 5ghz at 1.47v so what ever your idle temps are probably the same as mine.
Max load temps was 79c on the highest core for 4.7ghz with 1.240v which my board seems to overvolt to 1.252v
I've also noticed if you keep temps under 80c you don't need that much voltage to get a stable run, anything over that and you start noticing huge voltage increases for minimal gains.
Edited by bebimbap - 6/21/12 at 1:15am
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definitly sounds like its on custom water loop.
Mine does 4.6ghz on 1.170v and I can't get 5ghz stable without 1.470+v on air.
I know if i had custom water or a TEC I could get it higher ghz with lower voltage but I dont' want to spend another $300+ for another 200-300 more mhz
IB is sensitive to heat, and the more heat you have the more voltage you need which causes more heat btw it is a vicious cycle.
On LN2 you can get 5ghz with 1.060v on some chips that should tell you how sensitive it is to heat.
It sounds like a good chip, but what kind of speed you looking for and how much it costing you? Are you running the same setup as him? don't expect the same max OC if you can't get the same temps.
most 3770k can get to 4.5ghz with 1.25-1.34v that you can buy at any vendor. and even 0.2v over the year won't cost you much in electricity. maybe $2 a year more if you run 24/7 at full load of course.

He uses custom water cooling.

Will be using something like a Apogee Drive II, Akasa Sniper 140mm + EX140 Rad to cool the CPU, so a small custom water setup, and is looking to do 4500 Mhz 24/7 ....

Dont care about the electricity, its the heat/watt to my small PSU + Radiator that will be the problem, dont care about prices on electricity.
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