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1.3v is definitely high for 4.4, don’t know if you have been through it but this thread has all the bios settings you need:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

It shows a standard Asus bios, but ours just has more choices. If you don’t already know how to optimize the bios then just copy the settings from that guide, leave any other choices as is.
I have done that. It would boot into windows at 1.25, but would error out in Cinebench and stop in prime. After I install the wb, I want to reseat cpu with Formula 7 instead of AS5 and I'll try starting from scratch. It started out at 1.326 with default settings when I first booted up. Doesn't seem to look good. I don't mind. Luck of the draw.
I'm also on bios 1309 and will update that as well. Is there one that's better than others?
    
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I have done that. It would boot into windows at 1.25, but would error out in Cinebench and stop in prime. After I install the wb, I want to reseat cpu with Formula 7 instead of AS5 and I'll try starting from scratch. It started out at 1.326 with default settings when I first booted up. Doesn't seem to look good. I don't mind. Luck of the draw.
I'm also on bios 1309 and will update that as well. Is there one that's better than others?
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Newest bios, 1707, is the most stable.
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Exactly! Marketing is a very powerful tool. It convinces us that there is a reason to spend more money, in order to receive a benefit that in almost every case will either never actually be used or in many cases isn't even logically connected to the purpose of the good/service in the first place. I think of this every time I'm stuck behind someone on the highway that is driving a 6 series BMW... at 55MPH... or a Corvette that's taking a turn at 20MPH... when quite obviously a Toyota Corolla would have done everything they would ever ask of a car for less than a third of the price. wink.gif

I have to admit to tearing my system apart (after less than 3 months) so that I could fit yet another radiator - when I was only seeing 3-4C deltas before... and that only applies during the first 4-5 days when I'm benching and stress testing my OC... I don't even have any time to really play games anymore - but I'm having fun so screw it! biggrin.gif
According to Jeremy clarkson (and also police men apparently) corvettes can't turn, hence the 20mph...

Temps do make a difference with ivy bridge, so that 40* or whatever could get you higher clocks with lower volts

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I think you have answered your own question as everything is single slot configuration

actually i haven't.. i wonder if there's something wrong with my query..ok i'll try again, what i've been trying to find out, hopefully, is that even on single slot config i'm not sure if the sound card will still fit because of the vga waterblock..



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to make things clear, this is what i'm worrying about. (pic origin)

really not sure about the clearance between two "true" single slot cards. i'm afraid that the slight protrusion of the waterblock might render the mini-pcie useless unabling me to install my soundcard frown.gif

i'm trying to exploit and find a way to maximize the pcie slots on my maximus v gene. actually it's really more for show only as i'll occasionally put my rig on display at our shop to promote my trade tongue.gif
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I have done that. It would boot into windows at 1.25, but would error out in Cinebench and stop in prime. After I install the wb, I want to reseat cpu with Formula 7 instead of AS5 and I'll try starting from scratch. It started out at 1.326 with default settings when I first booted up. Doesn't seem to look good. I don't mind. Luck of the draw.
I'm also on bios 1309 and will update that as well. Is there one that's better than others?

That's not good. I'm able to run price 95 and folding 24+ hrs on my 3770K at 4.5 running on 1.22 volts. There's something definitely wrong somewhere.

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I have to admit to tearing my system apart (after less than 3 months) so that I could fit yet another radiator - when I was only seeing 3-4C deltas before... and that only applies during the first 4-5 days when I'm benching and stress testing my OC... I don't even have any time to really play games anymore - but I'm having fun so screw it! biggrin.gif
REP for admitting wasting your time biggrin.gif


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actually i haven't.. i wonder if there's something wrong with my query..ok i'll try again, what i've been trying to find out, hopefully, is that even on single slot config i'm not sure if the sound card will still fit because of the vga waterblock..

If you look carefully that is the top back plate thumb.gif
It will physically fit

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That's not good. I'm able to run price 95 and folding 24+ hrs on my 3770K at 4.5 running on 1.22 volts. There's something definitely wrong somewhere.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1386489/need-help-oc-i3770k-with-gigabyte-z77x-ud3h/10#post_19995083

I don't know what you are doing wrong this guy needs 1.164v for 4.6Ghz with his 3770k
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That's not good. I'm able to run price 95 and folding 24+ hrs on my 3770K at 4.5 running on 1.22 volts. There's something definitely wrong somewhere.

That's just the lotto. My 3570K needs 1.33 and another rig I built needed 1.31 (same batch).
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REP for admitting wasting your time biggrin.gif
If you look carefully that is the top back plate thumb.gif
It will physically fit
http://www.overclock.net/t/1386489/need-help-oc-i3770k-with-gigabyte-z77x-ud3h/10#post_19995083

I don't know what you are doing wrong this guy needs 1.164v for 4.6Ghz with his 3770k

It all boils down to what you as an individual deem a stable overclock. Most users will not be able to stress their overclocked CPUs as some of these stress testing applications would running their regular day to day applications or games. With that being said, just because your overclocked CPU can boot your system into windows and run Prime 95 for 20 mins okay doesn't make it great overclock or chip. I read that post and I don't think that overclock is stable at all. It might make it pass 20 mins of Prime 95, but will not make pass an hour or more. I have an outrageously gorgeous chip too that could do those same numbers (4.5 GHz @1.16v &1.55 PLL) without any issues. However, 45 mins into Prime 95 and it fails (No BSOD), so 20 mins is nowhere near the time-frame to test stability at all. At 4.5 GHz @1.17v and1.55 PLL, I can easily make it pass an hour before in crashes. For example, I can Prime 95 my 4.5 overclock at 1.20 V stably for 24+ hrs, but that same overclock fails when I try to fold (FAH). I can also Prime 95 my 4.7 overclock at 1.22 V stably for 24+ hrs, and that also fails at folding. So, to fix the issue, I increased my voltage a bit for both 4.5 and 4.7 overclocks to 1.22 and 1.24 respectively, and can fold 48 hrs straight with no issues at all. Now that's a stable overclock! Not one that could run Prime 95 for 20 mins. SMDH
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That's just the lotto. My 3570K needs 1.33 and another rig I built needed 1.31 (same batch).
Yep, I do consider myself really lucky. My i7 940, and 2600K were also phenomenal overclockers. Now all I need is a vice and I'll be Delidding
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That's just the lotto. My 3570K needs 1.33 and another rig I built needed 1.31 (same batch).

Yeah, one of my 3570K's was that bad and worse... took me 1.43V to get fully stable at 4.8GHz while another from nearly the same batch could hit 4.7GHz at only 1.29V... although oddly I couldn't get that particular chip stable at 4.8GHz no matter how many volts I threw at it... I just put it in my work PC at 4.4GHz and 1.18V and figure it's plenty fast enough for writing text files (programming) and at those levels should be fine for years. biggrin.gif

Also, although the lotto can affect that too, in general it seems that the 3770K SKUs will overclock better at lower vCore than similar batches of the 3570K SKUs. YMMV naturally.
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According to Jeremy clarkson (and also police men apparently) corvettes can't turn, hence the 20mph...

Temps do make a difference with ivy bridge, so that 40* or whatever could get you higher clocks with lower volts

I will join the club just got to take a picture

Well, they do turn a little like a water buffalo in mud, but I've driven a couple over the years and even those disastrous designs from the 90s could pull close to a G on the skidpad. They're certainly no competition for Porsche and Lotus in the cornering dept., but they're not a SUV either. biggrin.gif

I agree that temps make a difference, however, in most cases it would be faster and cheaper (provided you have a store with a liberal return policy) to simply spend the time testing and returning chips looking for a 'golden lottery winner' than it is to fret about loop order in a WC setup. smile.gif
Edited by DiGiCiDAL - 5/20/13 at 4:16am
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