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post #11 of 49
Yea those are really high volts just for 4.8Ghz. I can hit 4.9Ghz in much less volts than that with my 3570K. And just like someone mentioned, it's not exactly a good move for 24/7 usage.
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Maybe I have...its my first time Watercooling.
I'll be redoing the tubing at the weekend anyways, so I'll have a look.

make sure you arent using more tubing than whats needed smile.gif your parts look fine, so its nothing hindering performance on that side of things. also make sure you dont have any air bubbles in the system

@ Ali man do you really not realize that every CPU is different?
 
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post #13 of 49
Mother of god 1.472 is as much volts as both my 2500K and 2700K need for stable 5GHz, thats pretty high.
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post #14 of 49
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I currently just have Offset Mode set to Auto on my Sabertooth Z77.

You should try setting the offset voltage yourself and using the LLC of 3-4 because that is a bit too much voltage for 4.8GHz. and very high temperatures.
post #15 of 49
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I currently just have Offset Mode set to Auto on my Sabertooth Z77.

 

Auto is bad when overclocking using an Offset because the core voltage goes way too high for the overclock.  Change it from Auto to some kind of number, like 0.005, or 0.010, or 0.015, or 0.020, or 0.025, etc. etc. etc.

 

However, I am glad to see that you are using an Offset!

 

Also, I recommend using an LLC setting of Medium.

 

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Here you go smile.gif

 

Oh wow, it's like I'm there looking at it in person.  :)

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post #16 of 49
You shouldn't be using the computer while testing. It just needs to sit there with Prime95 running... Not WoW. Everyone knows even if you just install WoW your computer automatically becomes unstable.
post #17 of 49
Volts are too high imo, not worth it by a long shot for 24/7.

What can you do at 4.8, that you can't at 4.5? wink.gif
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Well, he's using "Auto" for an Offset voltage, so that's why it's as high as it is.

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Well, he's using "Auto" for an Offset voltage, so that's why it's as high as it is.

Why do you say use medium LLC on Ivy? I know JJ at Asus said to but I find it is unstable and BSOD's. using medium for me requires higher vcore to make stable. I use ultra high. even for my 4.4GHz
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Why do you say use medium LLC on Ivy? I know JJ at Asus said to but I find it is unstable and BSOD's. using medium for me requires higher vcore to make stable. I use ultra high. even for my 4.4GHz

 

Because it seems like High, Ultra High and Extreme on ASUS Z77 boards always results in vRise.  Plus, higher LLC levels results in higher VRM temps.

 

Besides, the voltage set in the UEFI BIOS isn't the actual voltage that's going through the CPU.

 

So, the reason why you get instability and BSODs with the LLC set to Medium is that the full-load voltage isn't high enough.  I mean, it's not because it's a bad LLC setting.  All that really matters is what the full-load voltage is, however using lower LLC levels also results in lower VRM temps.

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