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99 out of 100 i use manual settings even with it set to auto.

i really hardly ever and i mean probably like 5x in my life use ez tuner smile.gif
i also do not install asus overclock stuff
i strictly work within the bios and usually manual settings.

in the pics in my previous post....prob a page or 2 back it shows my llc and vrin.

i think im hitting some kind of wall at 4.2 @ 1.275 manual voltage with vrin 1.9
my uncore = 1.2v @ 39x multi

its too stable at 4.2ghz not to be able to take it higher.

im really starting to think im being limited by a power setting that i havent messed with in digi (something) its where i can see some power settings but mostly all is set to auto.

i think i can go higher if i can get some help in those special settings.

note this bios acts funny with hwinfo 64

sometimes its showing my total TDP goto 150 watts and other times its under 80 watts

from a bios defaults with "asus" what settings would one normally have to set to achieve to get to 4.4GHz with a bad overclocker?
wish someone would make a video of them hitting F5 for bios defaults and then F10 save and quit then go back into bios and manually adjust there settings.

there are so many options that no one ever talks about on these motherboards that i dont even know why asus puts them there.

in every guide i read (almost) none of these settings are talked about.

anyhow i got to be missing something small here because when i go from 42x multi with 1.275v and 1.9vrin and run 24/7 stable that i cant bump it up to 43x or 44x especially when i give it 1.36v like i did earlier.
i can boot into desktop np. as soon as i start linx bam. i freeze and have to do hard shutdown.
sometimes reset button works

alot of those options i mentioned above have level 0 to 9 selections and 100% to 140% (140% = red) i think that one is for power
i see "extreme" in a couple options too.

when i do F5 bios defaults save and quit and boot back into bios
i set xmp profile to enabled (this sets sync to all cores) i then just change freq multi to 43x and cache to 39x
i can pass linx
if i try to reboot to bios and change cpu freq multi to 44x it wont pass linx

i gonna try and play bf4 and see if it crashes at 43x
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Originally Posted by tdbone1 View Post

99 out of 100 i use manual settings even with it set to auto.

i really hardly ever and i mean probably like 5x in my life use ez tuner smile.gif
i also do not install asus overclock stuff
i strictly work within the bios and usually manual settings.

in the pics in my previous post....prob a page or 2 back it shows my llc and vrin.

i think im hitting some kind of wall at 4.2 @ 1.275 manual voltage with vrin 1.9
my uncore = 1.2v @ 39x multi

its too stable at 4.2ghz not to be able to take it higher.

im really starting to think im being limited by a power setting that i havent messed with in digi (something) its where i can see some power settings but mostly all is set to auto.

i think i can go higher if i can get some help in those special settings.

note this bios acts funny with hwinfo 64

sometimes its showing my total TDP goto 150 watts and other times its under 80 watts

from a bios defaults with "asus" what settings would one normally have to set to achieve to get to 4.4GHz with a bad overclocker?
wish someone would make a video of them hitting F5 for bios defaults and then F10 save and quit then go back into bios and manually adjust there settings.

there are so many options that no one ever talks about on these motherboards that i dont even know why asus puts them there.

in every guide i read (almost) none of these settings are talked about.

anyhow i got to be missing something small here because when i go from 42x multi with 1.275v and 1.9vrin and run 24/7 stable that i cant bump it up to 43x or 44x especially when i give it 1.36v like i did earlier.
i can boot into desktop np. as soon as i start linx bam. i freeze and have to do hard shutdown.
sometimes reset button works

alot of those options i mentioned above have level 0 to 9 selections and 100% to 140% (140% = red) i think that one is for power
i see "extreme" in a couple options too.
When I did a quick OC on my mates maximus hero I ran real bench and x264 to get voltages at stock then selected the 4.4 OC preset and manually set those previous voltages in to the 44 multi . I then slowly raised the vcore to get it stable then when it's stable add a little bit of voltage and go for the next multi .
Remember change one setting at a time , some say a lower input voltage at higher OC helps with stability .
I recommend posting in the haswell OC that darkwizz started guys are very helpful
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When I did a quick OC on my mates maximus hero I ran real bench and x264 to get voltages at stock then selected the 4.4 OC preset and manually set those previous voltages in to the 44 multi . I then slowly raised the vcore to get it stable then when it's stable add a little bit of voltage and go for the next multi .
Remember change one setting at a time , some say a lower input voltage at higher OC helps with stability .
I recommend posting in the haswell OC that darkwizz started guys are very helpful


yea your probably right about posting in the haswell thread.
i do appreciate the help about getting a better OC then my stable 4.2ghz i get now.

ok back on topic.

since i have clu between die and lid and i have as5 between lid and h100i pump....im just wondering what kind of temp reduction i could expect if i replaced the as5 with clu smile.gif
anyone have any real experience with this that they might want to share?
thanks
    
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no skylakes in the first post?
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Originally Posted by tdbone1 View Post

yea your probably right about posting in the haswell thread.
i do appreciate the help about getting a better OC then my stable 4.2ghz i get now.

ok back on topic.

since i have clu between die and lid and i have as5 between lid and h100i pump....im just wondering what kind of temp reduction i could expect if i replaced the as5 with clu smile.gif
anyone have any real experience with this that they might want to share?
thanks

That question has been covered a number of times in this thread. The short version is this: it's not worth the risk to use CLU/CLP on top of the IHS. The major gains come from using them (liquid metal TIMs) between the die and the IHS. It would do you well to replace that AS5 for a top performer, especially one without a 200 hour curing time. Kryonaut, PK-3, GC Extreme, or Shin-Etsu would all be good choices. thumb.gif
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Quick question,

I am tearing down my loop in a few weeks.

I have noticed my temps are a little higher than when I first applied my CLP under the IHS over a year ago.

If I remove the IHS, what condition am I likely to find the CLP, will it be difficult to remove and will it be worth it?
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Originally Posted by Wihglah View Post

Quick question,

I am tearing down my loop in a few weeks.

I have noticed my temps are a little higher than when I first applied my CLP under the IHS over a year ago.

If I remove the IHS, what condition am I likely to find the CLP, will it be difficult to remove and will it be worth it?

If you had a good application of CLP, then it should still be fine. After over a year of having it on my CPU, I got curious. The CLP was still a shiny liquid when I pulled off the IHS, and I regretted opening it up, since that means cleaning off and re-applying. So you should still be good. thumb.gif
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Hey guys,I need your help..I delided my 4790K today , and after i put everything together,I get no post,and after 5 sec a boot loop..I dont get any beeps cause i have no speaker on my mb,but here are some pics so that you can tell me if you see something wrong




any input will be highly appreciated...sad-smiley-002.gif
Edited by mAs81 - 11/3/15 at 11:15am
   
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Hey guys,I need your help..I delided my 4790K today , and after i put everything together,I get no post,and after 5 sec a boot loop..I dont get any beeps cause i have no speaker on my mb,but here are some pics so that you can tell me if you see something wrong Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



any input will be highly appreciated...sad-smiley-002.gif
Hm, maybe its just the pic but it seems there is a missing part of the PCB:
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You could be right,but it was that way from the start I think..

Could it be the m/b? I get no light in my optical mouse so I think that there is no power in the usb ports..
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