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post #2081 of 3800
Well,

I finally decided to see what I could get my system at. Im very pleased.



I got it to 4.8ghz at 1.34vcore. CPUz shows 1.328vcore, this is with vdroop offset control on AUTO

This is also just on AIR with an EVO 212 with a DELTA fan on it

Max temp on core 2 was 94. I really don't want to to push it to 4.9ghz because I believe i will hit the 105C mark.

*Im really honestly tempted to delid. I have a lot more head room for vcore, but I am approaching the temperature ceiling very quickly.*
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Taco,

Have you tried lowering your cpu pll to see if you can get temp down? You also may want to open up the side of the case and set a box fan blowing on it as your just trying to find max oc anyway. Not like your going to run it 24/7. Also, I found it easier to use a straight vcor (not offset) when initially trying to find max oc. finally, does your board allow you to set cpu llc? If so, try either the highest setting (little to no vdroop) or the next to highest. Of course when using a straight vcor you disable all power saving features. After finding max oc that way, it is then easier to do same thing but using offset. I think you have a better chance getting your 4800 thermals under control. 4900 not likely going to happen unless do something radical wink.gif
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Taco,
Have you tried lowering your cpu pll to see if you can get temp down? You also may want to open up the side of the case and set a box fan blowing on it as your just trying to find max oc anyway. Not like your going to run it 24/7. Also, I found it easier to use a straight vcor (not offset) when initially trying to find max oc. finally, does your board allow you to set cpu llc? If so, try either the highest setting (little to no vdroop) or the next to highest. Of course when using a straight vcor you disable all power saving features. After finding max oc that way, it is then easier to do same thing but using offset. I think you have a better chance getting your 4800 thermals under control. 4900 not likely going to happen unless do something radical wink.gif

Not much I can. On my board I do not have a LLC setting. (That is what vdroop offset control is on mine. The higher the percentage, the higher LLC like on other boards). Also, my mobo is very picky about PLL. It only allows me to alter it by .1volt intervals. Anytime I mess with PLL and turn it off AUTO, I almost always BSOD.

Also, a box fan wouldn't help any. Actually, it will hinder my temps. No postive pressure and I would be sending air everywhere. The only way I am getting any higher is to either delid or upgrade my cooling. Period.
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Now Pass Intel Burn Test 10run on 4.8GHz same voltage 1.275V HT On.
I know this is nothing but can give insight for Prime95, 1.275 or 1.300V should past.
Temps are on border, I count under 100C for this testing. For daily use I leave on stock with Turbo but I'm glad because I have 4.5GHz Full stable.
That is Maximum for me for 24/7 but watching this test I can leave non 4.7GHz 6 monts 100% Load.
We will se what Prime95 think
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Picture need to look like this??? Anything miss...???
I would love to see H100 Fan speed because I think they not spin full speed until some 90-95C.
He wait coolant to become hot, heat transfer is bad, for this OC is better to keep on fan controller push-pull with CORSAIR H100 stock fans, than I need to more same.
2600-2700RPM Fans.
Not Bad some 2600k-2700k give error on 4.7-4.8GHz and I have native Intel Controller, USB 3.0 not only third part, faster SSD than on Marvell,...and some little features irrelevant for me.
Only 10% better heat transfer and 3770k become B O M B. Intel, Intel Evil Intel...smile.gif

I think you have everything you need on that screen except for a running prime95! Looks good to go! Let us know how it runs when you can.
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whew!!! I go to work on GPU discussions for a few days and everyone's been a busy bee here. Nice OC's lately - congrats to all making the grade! seemingly lots of attempts at suicide runs. I too am reaching a temp threshold as opposed to a voltage threshold when it comes to pushing it. My qualifying stable run was 45x (1.28Vcore, low 90s C max), but I can get to 46, 47, but not likely too well or too long without a delid as I didn't win the chip lottery either....sorry I don't have the money if I mess it up so I won't go there yet.
i want my gtx660 instead bike.gif

I applaud mrtoyotaco and pcwargamer's awesome work and staying plugged in to this forum, but I'll also echo their sentiment and remind others just finding this forum - make sure you check the front page for complete rules...some of you are sacrificing extra unneeded stress runs on your cpu and other components only to have to do it again.

And the voltages I'm seeing...wow! it's your cpu and sure there are fail-safes built in to shut things down as we approach tjmax, but I like to use my computer for other things and not just try to hit these marks I've seen posted. Too much stress on my components and is stress no matter if it still works afterwards. Although I do agree 1.4 and a little above is not too abusive, especially if you can keep the temps reasonable....but heck, what do I know, that's why some of you are reaching the suicide club right?!...if it blows up, it blows up, hence the effort to get there.

good luck to all, keep ringing 'em up. I am here to witness and take note that I too can work harder to get more out of Ivy! biggrin.gif
    
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I correct my gadgets,PC Meter and CPU Meter and now I see clock and temps.
Thanks I didn't see updates. Yes I will try this days more test. I want EVGA Z77 FTW + 3770k + CORSAIR H100 on that list.
My batch is # 3218B987. It seem he need lower voltage but give high temps or that is H100 slow reaction and can't react fast on picks.
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Originally Posted by mrtoyotaco View Post

Well,
I finally decided to see what I could get my system at. Im very pleased.
I got it to 4.8ghz at 1.34vcore. CPUz shows 1.328vcore, this is with vdroop offset control on AUTO
This is also just on AIR with an EVO 212 with a DELTA fan on it
Max temp on core 2 was 94. I really don't want to to push it to 4.9ghz because I believe i will hit the 105C mark.
*Im really honestly tempted to delid. I have a lot more head room for vcore, but I am approaching the temperature ceiling very quickly.*

Not bad at all, temps are your limiting factor. Deliding would fix that. I am wanting to delid for the fun of it, as well as the improvment in temps and possible fun of going for a higher OC. That's why I am on OCN in the first place! If I just wanted a regular operating PC to play games on I would not be a member of OCN. Tweeking my systems is a fun unto itself! Hope you can delid too!
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whew!!! I go to work on GPU discussions for a few days and everyone's been a busy bee here. Nice OC's lately - congrats to all making the grade! seemingly lots of attempts at suicide runs. I too am reaching a temp threshold as opposed to a voltage threshold when it comes to pushing it. My qualifying stable run was 45x (1.28Vcore, low 90s C max), but I can get to 46, 47, but not likely too well or too long without a delid as I didn't win the chip lottery either....sorry I don't have the money if I mess it up so I won't go there yet.
i want my gtx660 instead bike.gif
I applaud mrtoyotaco and pcwargamer's awesome work and staying plugged in to this forum, but I'll also echo their sentiment and remind others just finding this forum - make sure you check the front page for complete rules...some of you are sacrificing extra unneeded stress runs on your cpu and other components only to have to do it again.
And the voltages I'm seeing...wow! it's your cpu and sure there are fail-safes built in to shut things down as we approach tjmax, but I like to use my computer for other things and not just try to hit these marks I've seen posted. Too much stress on my components and is stress no matter if it still works afterwards. Although I do agree 1.4 and a little above is not too abusive, especially if you can keep the temps reasonable....but heck, what do I know, that's why some of you are reaching the suicide club right?!...if it blows up, it blows up, hence the effort to get there.
good luck to all, keep ringing 'em up. I am here to witness and take note that I too can work harder to get more out of Ivy! biggrin.gif

Thanks stellamonster7 for droping by to join in the OC funess! You are wellcome back anytime to lurk or comment whenever you can and care to!
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post #2088 of 3800
Im passing 4.5 at 1.15v... i havent seen anyone use this low a voltage for 4.5 is it right? how long should i let prime go.. Ive only had it go for 30 mins. temps top out at 75
post #2089 of 3800
1.15V for 4.5GHz, you mean stock voltage only not on AUTO.
I can't that. Max low voltage I pass is LinX 4.6GHz with last Linpack 100run 1.200V, Disable VDrop, HT On, PLL Enable Auto.
Max for 1.15V is 4.2-4.3GHz for me.
post #2090 of 3800
I've had it that low, but had to up it a few notches because of whea errors. Prime would pass without errors though....
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