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How good/bad is a 4770K 4.2ghz IBT stable at 1.261v max?

It's also good for prime for at least 15 minutes.

ASSUMING it's really stable, this is about an average chip I guess?

EDIT: CRAP FORGOT TO LIST THE CLOCK SPEED. That's what posting at 1AM does to you. :/
Edited by garf333 - 6/19/13 at 10:15am
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Originally Posted by garf333 View Post

How good/bad is a 4770K IBT stable at 1.261v max?

It's also good for prime for at least 15 minutes.

ASSUMING it's really stable, this is about an average chip I guess?

If you're at 5.0 yes its amazing. If you're at 4.0 no. Nobody can answer your question without your speed, and not many are going to be bothered with backtracking the thread to see if you've already listed it.
post #863 of 3649
Sorry, forgot to post my clock.

It's at a measly 4.2ghz, with the 0.1v coming from the adaptive voltage/AVX.
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Originally Posted by garf333 View Post

How good/bad is a 4770K 4.2ghz IBT stable at 1.261v max?

It's also good for prime for at least 15 minutes.

ASSUMING it's really stable, this is about an average chip I guess?

EDIT: CRAP FORGOT TO LIST THE CLOCK SPEED. That's what posting at 1AM does to you. :/

That is pretty bad. I can do 4.3ghz with 1.225V (12 hours prime95) and I already have a below average chip.
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yup live with it i have same as you 43 at 1.2, really anything beyond that is unstable. i don't mean that i na rude way either, you can return it but intel really has done a number with outrageous gaps in batch numbers, its crazy certain chips are now the issue not even batch numbers really, I have had people with my same batch be able to hit 4.5 to 4.6 yet i can't go past 43 and i have worked with sin on this. So its definitely an intel thing that they really should've thought better about.
Edited by Jedson3614 - 6/19/13 at 11:55am
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Oh and I didn't want to have to say this smile.gif

My extreme6 is flawless. I just hate how it doesn't show the voltages and just gives me an offset. There's no other board under 150 I'd rather buy
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That is pretty bad. I can do 4.3ghz with 1.225V (12 hours prime95) and I already have a below average chip.

What are your settings? mine is running adaptive with a very low increase (0.005?) . Not sure if I could go any lower.

As a baseline, a 3.7ghz stock run with AVX will drive my chip up to 1.183 volts.
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yup live with it i have same as you 43 at 1.2, really anything beyond that is unstable. i don't mean that i na rude way either, you can return it but intel really has done a number with outrageous gaps in batch numbers, its crazy certain chips are now the issue not even batch numbers really, I have had people with my same batch be able to hit 4.5 to 4.6 yet i can't go past 43 and i have worked with sin on this. So its definitely an intel thing that they really should've thought better about.

No biggie. Every little bit of performance I can get out of nearer-to-stock volts is good. Going to work on lowering the voltage soon.

3.7ghz boost speed is plenty fast for what I do, and given the 5-10% IPC advantage over Ivy/Sandy, then a 4770K at 4.3ghz is just about par with the average SB/IBs. I'm not gunning for any records with a 4.8 or anything anyway. I just want to know how far this chip can go on settings that won't need me to buy a new chip after a few years. wink.gif


Btw, my settings are:

1.072 stock +0.005 adaptive voltage offset
35x max uncore
1.15v uncore voltage
42x multi
1.85v SVID

Not sure what else I should be changing.
Edited by garf333 - 6/19/13 at 4:55pm
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What are your settings? mine is running adaptive with a very low increase (0.005?) . Not sure if I could go any lower.

43x multi
43x uncore
1.225V vcore (manual)
auto vrin
extreme LLC
exm perf PWM
1.15v vring
+.2 vccsa
+.10 I/O A
+.15 I/O D
1.115v PCH
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Have you guys seen any batch to OC spreadsheets put together on these chips yet? If so what site?
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Have you guys seen any batch to OC spreadsheets put together on these chips yet? If so what site?

hwbot has some info but no spreadsheets yet: http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=73933
 
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