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I'm aware clock for clock, IB>SB.

My question to all here, does a delidded IB reach higher overclocks than an SB? Or do both chips reach 4.5-5ghz generally? That's how I understand it right now...
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Originally Posted by Belial View Post

I'm aware clock for clock, IB>SB.
My question to all here, does a delidded IB reach higher overclocks than an SB? Or do both chips reach 4.5-5ghz generally? That's how I understand it right now...

In most cases heat is what holds back an IB OC. Delidding it helps put that issue to rest. From what I've seen from those who delid, IB's clock just as good if not higher than SB's and clock for clock they are faster as you alluded to.
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I have all the games for all the emulators I will be running...don't ask me how biggrin.gif.
I use LLC level 2 on both my ASRock boards, I always stay away from level 1.

Yeah I need to experiment but I can't. I can't figure out why but the LLC levels never apply frown.gif So I'm stuck at 1 which is extreme
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Yeah 90 for a Sandy quad is too hot man...something's not right with your tim application, block mount or your case is starving of airflow.
How much vcore for that?
EDIT: I won't ask...I got Monster Hunter 3 for the psp, and a host of other cool games too lol
Actually Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is the most challenging and the best game of the series. Give it a try!

I know, but ... what can I do. It's open case right now, the rad is uninhibited ... as I said, I applied some AS5 like a pig just to make sure the H100 worked.

Vcore is set at 1.40v in the BIOS, but fluctuates between 1.432v and 1.448v in CPU-z
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+1, IB clocks higher and has higher ram dividers as well as pcie 3.0 and lower power consumption when not extremely high clocked.
SB is better only if you got an extremely good chip, cause you can reach 5.6ghz on water for example with lowish vcore, which would be on par with a 5.2ghz IB more or less...
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Yeah I need to experiment but I can't. I can't figure out why but the LLC levels never apply frown.gif So I'm stuck at 1 which is extreme

What BIOS version are you using?
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Too much tim will hurt temps a lot...re apply a tiny rice grain size dot and try again.
Also that vcore swings too wildly, you gotta figure that out asap. redface.gif
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What BIOS version are you using?

1.70
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Too much tim will hurt temps a lot...re apply a tiny rice grain size dot and try again.
Also that vcore swings too wildly, you gotta figure that out asap. redface.gif

I'm working on it, the temps are just annoying
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1.70

Did you have this same issue before you updated? That version just came out like a week ago right?
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Did you have this same issue before you updated? That version just came out like a week ago right?

I did not play with the LLC before I updated my bios :/ I was overclocking my RAM and noticed it wouldn't go above 2133. Another user suggested I update so I did (It still doesn't go above 2133 lol )

I figure I might as well explain the issue a bit more

So you guys know how the BIOS kind of works in a three column system?

Setting ||| Current Value ||| Value to be used subsequently


Well for the CPU Load-line calibration, it shows Level 1 as the Current value, but always shows level 2 or 3 ( whichever I choose) as the "to-be-used-value", even before I set it.

So when I boot up and enter BIOS, it would *ideally* look like this:

CPU Load-line calibration ||| Level 1 ||| Level 1

And if I change it to level 3, before rebooting it will be this:

CPU Load-line calibration ||| Level 1 ||| Level 3

But upon rebooting, it stays at that! The level 3 never goes into use and I'm not sure how to fix it.

I guess i should flash with an older BIOS ?
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I did not play with the LLC before I updated my bios :/ I was overclocking my RAM and noticed it wouldn't go above 2133. Another user suggested I update so I did (It still doesn't go above 2133 lol )
I figure I might as well explain the issue a bit more
So you guys know how the BIOS kind of works in a three column system?
Setting ||| Current Value ||| Value to be used subsequently
Well for the CPU Load-line calibration, it shows Level 1 as the Current value, but always shows level 2 or 3 ( whichever I choose) as the "to-be-used-value", even before I set it.
So when I boot up and enter BIOS, it would *ideally* look like this:
CPU Load-line calibration ||| Level 1 ||| Level 1
And if I change it to level 3, before rebooting it will be this:
CPU Load-line calibration ||| Level 1 ||| Level 3
But upon rebooting, it stays at that! The level 3 never goes into use and I'm not sure how to fix it.
I guess i should flash with an older BIOS ?

Yea I'd at least flash it and see if it was just a BIOS glitch because that's what it sounds like. I rarely update my BIOS unless it's been out for at least a month or two anyway unless the fixes are specific to an issue/feature that relates to my needs.
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