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I don't consider 1.3volts for 4.6ghz bad. Some people can't even get 4.6ghz STABLE. Be thankful. thumb.gif

Yep, 3570K 'average' = 45x, 3770K 'average' = 46x. Although very recent batches could be doing +1x better, but not enough reports to confirm the trend yet.
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The Temp are 76/80/80/76
vCore is 1.35v
20 Hours Run.

I can't read CPUZ at all on my about to be replaced 19" monitor, size it up a little please.
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I think it's a browser issue. If you open this with a mobile phone, you can probably zoom in. But on IE it will only zoom up to your current screen width.
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I think it's a browser issue. If you open this with a mobile phone, you can probably zoom in. But on IE it will only zoom up to your current screen width.
for me it only takes a portion of the image. View the source image -> http://cdn.overclock.net/3/33/33213064_3570K4.6GhzPrime95Stable2.png instead will open it up to the right size.
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Ah, maybe I misunderstood Turbo then? I assumed that if you enable it (+ enhanced), the manual multiplier then gives you the max Turbo speed. Both TMonitor and Intel's Turbo monitor seem to show Turbo is enabled, and it's bouncing between 16x and 46x as expected.

Sure:

I was wanting to see the BIOS CPU SPEC Settings not CPUZ lol.

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Do it for the good of the people! fold my friend fold faster!

Negative. No folding for me.
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I'd prefer that too. Why doesn't MSI provide a VCore offset mode like everyone else seems to?

I don't know. I was wondering the same thing. It seems though that mine is in "offset" mode because I get voltages of around .992vcore at idle. But my vcore is set to idle. I really want a full explanation of their "vdroop offset control percentage" setitng. I know what vdroop is. MSI just does stuff a little different from ASUS and Gigabyte.
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I was wanting to see the BIOS CPU SPEC Settings not CPUZ lol.

Attached, they're all at the F6 (optimised settings) defaults. My whole OC is, except multiplier / Vcore & Enhanced Turbo ON (plus memory stuff).

Although looking at it I should probably disable Overspeed Protection:

EDIT: Actually no that's wrong, they're not at F6 defaults (CStates are disabled for one). I tried so many things I lost track. Just enabled that and disabled Overspeed Prot., see if it still holds ...





Edited by ggll - 9/16/12 at 6:51am
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Attached, they're all at the F6 (optimised settings) defaults. My whole OC is, except multiplier / Vcore & Enhanced Turbo ON (plus memory stuff).
Although looking at it I should probably disable Overspeed Protection:
EDIT: Actually no that's wrong, they're not at F6 defaults (CStates are disabled for one). I tried so many things I lost track. Just enabled that and disabled Overspeed Prot., see if it still holds ...


That's what I was looking for... MMM. So you adjusted the CPU ratio to 38 38 37 38 then adjusted the CPU multipler to 46?
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So you adjusted the CPU ratio to 38 38 37 38

No my BIOS defaults to those multiplier limits for some reason. My last chip had different limits (IIRC 38,38,37,36), so the BIOS probably reads those from the chip, based on which cores get the hottest.

But with the manual multiplier it seems to ignore all that anyway (see my earlier TMonitor shot).
Edited by ggll - 9/16/12 at 8:50am
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No my BIOS defaults to those multiplier limits for some reason. My last chip had different limits (IIRC 38,38,37,36), so the BIOS probably reads those from the chip, based on which cores get the hottest.
But with the manual multiplier it seems to ignore all that anyway (see my earlier TMonitor shot).

My mobo doesn't do that. I BET when you enable "enhanced turbo" the mobo automatically adjusts the CPU individual core ratios. Because mine has NEVER self adjusted them and I have never enabled "enhanced turbo" in the BIOS.
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Well I upgraded to a 3770k which is supposed to be a bit better than my 3570k and now I am struggling to get 4.5 stable it seems that i got one of the worst 3770k currently @ 4.5 and 1.320 vcore and prime still gives me the worker has stopped after an hour or so .... I am sooooo frustrated I guess I'll return this chip if it won't do 4.5 stable ....

This sucks
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