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According to the BIOS it is set to auto and according to HWMonitor it jumps between 1.072 with 1.104 being the max.
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According to the BIOS it is set to auto and according to HWMonitor it jumps between 1.072 with 1.104 being the max.

Again, read the OP wink.gif
post #6483 of 7032

temps have finally stopped me from further overclocking

 

been hitting around 100c or so during the 2nd self-test of p95

 

its either stop at 4.8 or delid for better temps so i can continue overclocking for 4.9

 

im satisified, chip seems real solid regardless.

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According to the BIOS it is set to auto and according to HWMonitor it jumps between 1.072 with 1.104 being the max.
If you want to go over 4.2-4.3 you will need to raise LLC or voltage or both depending on how far you want .
MSI MB will be simular changes but AFAIK 2 things are/maybe different .
1) LLC is numbered/rated oposite to Asus MB, Asus as you go up you get more voltage and less voltage droop .
MSI are oposite LLC #1 is highest setting and LLC #7 the least .
2) some MSI don't have offset mode or its either manual , auto or auto +LLC for voltage .

read first page on settings here and then read this or maybe you can find OC guide for your specific MSI model .
http://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=45604
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At the moment I am running a light OC with a 42 ratio, but trying to see how low I can run the voltage.
Right now I am testing 1.165v vcore and 1.55v CPU PLL, with vcore set to Manual.
So far ran stability testing with AIDA64, maxing temps out at 70,70,69,71 over a 12 hour run.
With Prime95 28.4, running blend (using AVX). temps max out at 72,73,71,74 during a 12 hour run.
Using a H80 cooler right now (My MCP655 broke some weeks ago).

Ok, so I went ahead and delidded my CPU this morning.
I used Gelid GC-Extreme on both the die and the IHS, and I must say the results are amazing.
Been running Prime95 for 8 hours now with the exact same overclock, and CoreTemp shows max temps as 58,58,58,59.
This is awesome! I shall attempt higher clocks!
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hello for all i have i7 4770k and asus z 87 saber tooth. for 4.5 GHz i use 1.317v rock solid on adaptive voltage and for 4.6 ghz whit 1.368v.i didnt mess whit anything else but just ratio on all core and adaptive voltage,my memories are corsair vengeance pro 1866 MHz .
my question is if is safe 4.6 GHz whit 1.368v for all of the time usage?
i have swiftech h 220 whit one more radiator and temp on 4.6 GHz don't pass 65c.
and another question is if whit some bios tweak i can low a little bit voltage on 4.6 ghz?
thanks for all...
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Originally Posted by gagac1971 View Post

hello for all i have i7 4770k and asus z 87 saber tooth. for 4.5 GHz i use 1.317v rock solid on adaptive voltage and for 4.6 ghz whit 1.368v.i didnt mess whit anything else but just ratio on all core and adaptive voltage,my memories are corsair vengeance pro 1866 MHz .
my question is if is safe 4.6 GHz whit 1.368v for all of the time usage?
i have swiftech h 220 whit one more radiator and temp on 4.6 GHz don't pass 65c.
and another question is if whit some bios tweak i can low a little bit voltage on 4.6 ghz?
thanks for all...

 

you might want to look at the haswell overclocking thread

post #6488 of 7032
I've been trying some clocks, and I've landed on 4.5 GHz.
Running stable with vcore 1.272v and CPU PLL 1.6v.
Thanks to Swag for this excellent guide, I've got it running in offset mode with a -0.050 offset (VID is 1.3210v for some reason).

I needed 1.345v for a stable 4.6 without WHEA errors, so I'll be running it at 4.5.

Also running my ram at DDR3-1600 (They are Corsair Dominators rated at 1866).
From what I understand, there is no benefit from running a higher ram clock on Ivy Bridge? (capped at 1600 on the on-chip controller?)
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Originally Posted by Propanelgen View Post

I've been trying some clocks, and I've landed on 4.5 GHz.
Running stable with vcore 1.272v and CPU PLL 1.6v.
Thanks to Swag for this excellent guide, I've got it running in offset mode with a -0.050 offset (VID is 1.3210v for some reason).

I needed 1.345v for a stable 4.6 without WHEA errors, so I'll be running it at 4.5.

Also running my ram at DDR3-1600 (They are Corsair Dominators rated at 1866).
From what I understand, there is no benefit from running a higher ram clock on Ivy Bridge? (capped at 1600 on the on-chip controller?)

 

you can and should run them at their native rated speeds, no need to slow them down to 1600.

a lot of ivy users even run 2133 and more.

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To setup Offset voltage, am I correct in doing the following?
  • Find fixed vcore needed for "x" oc - ie 1.3V for 4500mhz oc
  • Get VID at fixed 1.3V under full load,4500mhz
  • Subtract vid with fixed 1.3V to get the offset value
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