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post #11 of 82
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

That voltage sounds way too high.

Your issue sounds like a hard drive problem to me.
???

Why do you think it's a hard drive problem when he needs more Vcore?
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post #12 of 82
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???

Why do you think it's a hard drive problem when he needs more Vcore?
Random lagging tends to be an issue with the hard drive. If you messed with the Bclk at all when overclocking, it could explain this.

It could be a number of things though. It might actually be thermal throttling. If the VRMs or CPU is getting too hot, it could be throttling and causing lag spikes; my laptop does this when the core reaches 95 degrees (thinkpads suck).
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Random lagging tends to be an issue with the hard drive. If you messed with the Bclk at all when overclocking, it could explain this.

It could be a number of things though. It might actually be thermal throttling. If the VRMs or CPU is getting too hot, it could be throttling and causing lag spikes; my laptop does this when the core reaches 95 degrees (thinkpads suck).


The lagging stopped completely, no random lagging at all after I raise the Vcore. Also I am full watercooling my system so the CPU never see's 50C or higher.
post #14 of 82
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Originally Posted by RussianHak View Post

Spoke too soon, I now need 1.42V to power a 4.5Ghz stable clock.

That does sound a tad high. I think around 1.28- 1.35v is reasonable for a 4.5Ghz clock.
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post #15 of 82
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That does sound a tad high. I think around 1.28- 1.35v is reasonable for a 4.5Ghz clock.

I agree. I have my 4.8ghz set at 1.39, you should be around 1.35v tops (where i found myself stable for my CPU)
post #16 of 82
1.42 for 4.5 is high. Mine needs 1.3125 , and its stable for over a year. Re adjustcheck your chipset voltages. you mentioned that you are Watercooling your CPU. Make sure that your chipset/VRM gets proper cooling!!! Rum prime95 for a couple of minutes and see how hot your VRM is. Like Art Vanelay suggested its probbable VRM temperature throttle, or chipset overheat.
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post #17 of 82
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I agree. I have my 4.8ghz set at 1.39, you should be around 1.35v tops (where i found myself stable for my CPU)


Bwaa? I need my 4.6ghz to remain stable at 1.334v, so I call either BS or you have a chip from God himself
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Bwaa? I need my 4.6ghz to remain stable at 1.334v, so I call either BS or you have a chip from God himself

Well, God never liked me. That might explain my unluckiness with my CPU.
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1.42 for 4.5 is high. Mine needs 1.3125 , and its stable for over a year. Re adjustcheck your chipset voltages. you mentioned that you are Watercooling your CPU. Make sure that your chipset/VRM gets proper cooling!!! Rum prime95 for a couple of minutes and see how hot your VRM is. Like Art Vanelay suggested its probbable VRM temperature throttle, or chipset overheat.

Never had that issue on this board. I will do a full prime test tonight.
post #20 of 82
do you have another psu you can use for awhile to see if thats the problem ? i would seriously swap it out and test with a better psu.

also everyone, please dont post "i only need this much vcore to blah-blah-blah." its pointless to tell someone what your 2500k/2600k/2700k needs because every chip is different and you all know that. if you dont know that, you didnt do much research into overclocking at all before you attempted.
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