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Both of my early batch 8350's need more voltage than that, an honest 1.48 volts would get 4.7ghz on the 1312 chip. Do you know what batch your chip is?

I had a pic of my chip pre-lap with the batch number showing but I lost it in a reformat and I don't remember posting it here when I posted the other pics x_X. I wish I had my batch number on hand but the best I can do is the purchase date on my receipt which is Feb 19th 2013.
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I think Deehoc's chip doesn't like vboost.

If this turns out to be the case I'm guessing I'd need to lower the LLC til it's no longer overvolting me and adjust my voltage accordingly?

I'm curious if there is anything I should change in my Digi+ Power settings as well, if anyone could give me a bit of input regarding that. Heres that screenshot again so no one has to find my initial post.


well. a problem comes with me not being able to see your HT and or any other the other important voltages

going based of your 4.5ghz SS

High

Normal

120

120

whichever setting is full phase, not sure if extreme is it

fast

current balance

fast

fast

PTC and Dram are fine.

you will likely need around 1.45v-1.46v in bios to account for the vdroop

still need to see they HT/nb/cpu/nb voltages under load.
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Okay guys so this is my stock voltage success, as soon as I change to 4.4 IBT fails.

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Okay guys so this is my stock voltage success, as soon as I change to 4.4 IBT fails.


then add some voltage these chips can only go so far on stock volts
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how do you figure this. I can tell you for a fact that my CHvFz has more options for memory tweaking than my dad's z77 ud5, i've only worked with cheap haswell boards for others so i won't comment on those due to being a lower tier board then we are talking about

considering the memory options are split out between 4 tabs makes me want to ask.. have you actually found them all?

ugh. don't force me to pull some screenies off the Z97 and X99 shizz. tongue.gif

I only access 2 of them. The rest are nuisance.
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then add some voltage these chips can only go so far on stock volts

Sorry, it was 4.5 that failed IBT, 4.4 on stock voltage passed!




What are most people running their 8320's at?
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then add some voltage these chips can only go so far on stock volts

Sorry, it was 4.5 that failed IBT, 4.4 on stock voltage passed!




What are most people running their 8320's at?

as fast as thier board and their cooling allow and then there are some special ones that go a little extra beyond that and end up frying a board
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well. a problem comes with me not being able to see your HT and or any other the other important voltages

going based of your 4.5ghz SS

High

Normal

120

120

whichever setting is full phase, not sure if extreme is it

fast

current balance

fast

fast

PTC and Dram are fine.

you will likely need around 1.45v-1.46v in bios to account for the vdroop

still need to see they HT/nb/cpu/nb voltages under load.

Haven't had a chance to change my Digi+ settings as per your recommendation yet but I did run IBT @ Very high. 4.6GHz @ 1.475v in BIOS = 1.488v under load typically. Also enabled the EC Sensor so you can get a glimpse at the other voltages you requested.





Thanks for the assistance Flail
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Sorry, it was 4.5 that failed IBT, 4.4 on stock voltage passed!




What are most people running their 8320's at?

 

Mine's sat at 4.8 but it can go a bit higher for benching. It's a good chip and would sit stable at 5.0 with better cooling but she's a secondary rig at the moment.

     
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well. a problem comes with me not being able to see your HT and or any other the other important voltages

going based of your 4.5ghz SS

High

Normal

120

120

whichever setting is full phase, not sure if extreme is it

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current balance

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fast

PTC and Dram are fine.

you will likely need around 1.45v-1.46v in bios to account for the vdroop

still need to see they HT/nb/cpu/nb voltages under load.

Haven't had a chance to change my Digi+ settings as per your recommendation yet but I did run IBT @ Very high. 4.6GHz @ 1.475v in BIOS = 1.488v under load typically. Also enabled the EC Sensor so you can get a glimpse at the other voltages you requested.





Thanks for the assistance Flail

do you happen to know your batch number? thats quite the piggy of a 8350 if i might say so..

try bumping the ram voltage up a little bit so that it hits 1.65v under load. up the voltage on the cpu/nb so that the lowest it goes under load is 1.27. leave the vcore as is. (if you change to the Digi settings i suggested you will need to up the vcore to just over 1.5v)

I want to see if the vdroop on your ram or the slight lack of voltage on your cpu/nb might be the culprit
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do you happen to know your batch number? thats quite the piggy of a 8350 if i might say so..

try bumping the ram voltage up a little bit so that it hits 1.65v under load. up the voltage on the cpu/nb so that the lowest it goes under load is 1.27. leave the vcore as is. (if you change to the Digi settings i suggested you will need to up the vcore to just over 1.5v)

I want to see if the vdroop on your ram or the slight lack of voltage on your cpu/nb might be the culprit

Nope..Cssorkin was asking about my batch number too but I don't have it unfortunately. I lapped this chip some time last year and I lost the photo I had taken of it while reformatting. Purchase date for this chip is Feb 19th 2013 so I think it's a fairly early batch since the chip was released Oct 23rd 2012 from what I can see.

I'll give those suggestions a try now before I change the Digi+ settings. Wish me luck!
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