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How can you say that without knowing me and maybe I really do have a crappy chip, how low do you want me to go 800 mhz. I tried 1333 mhz. I am telling you Ive set SVID and settings that should be looked at voltage up to 1.3 on manual and cpu cach ratio of 40 and multiplier of 40, BSODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD, cant even boot into windows, its not user error. I've tried 1.45 and I can boot into windows. Maybe my chip really is horrid.


Reseat your Ram???
post #62 of 85
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This is hilarious your right its a miracle I reached 4.3 ghz I know how to overclock has well probably better than you. My motherboard is solid at 4.3. I think I have a bad chip. Don't you guys realize if you've read anything about haswell there is a huge gap in bins. Some chips will barley do 4.3 while other can do 4.6. If your complaining to me about haswell overclocking then please master tell me the magic I need to reach 4.6. You must have some magic settings to allow more stable voltage. If you think in changing vring and pushing my voltage to 1.4 your nuts. I only have h100i. 1.25 volts is my limit. Unless you know a magic way to allow me to boot into windows join another thread, your advice isn't helping me become stable.

You do realize that most Haswell chips dont make 4.6 GHZ?Asus binned 600 and most fall under the 4.2 to 4.5 category.You gonna have to RMA some volume of CPU's to find a 4.6 GHZ stable oc that you looking for.As for v-core,1.2v is the start point when overclocking,if your temps are under 90c under full stress you can go higher,voltage is related to damage mainly by increased heat with CPU's.However i'd just leave it,enjoy your CPU,calm down and face it another time with a clear head,after all overclocking is all about the challenge.thumb.gif
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Well put thank you that is constructive advice and actually accurate. All these people yelling at me saying idk how to overclock when I got a bad batch. Sure I could add more voltage but I don't want to.
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Any one on h100i getting good temps at 1.3 volts? What is your overclock?
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By the way so everyone knows I tried my 1600 kit at 1333 with same results. Was able to go 44 but not 45. If I go to 1.4 it's stable but that isn't comfortable for me. Another problem I see is my gigabyte board does not include adaptive voltage mode. I've read a number of tutorials and am now waiting on ocn's.
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Please don't triple post, If you are the last poster of the thread, click on the edit button and add your additional text.
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post #67 of 85
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http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/01/intel_haswell_i74770k_ipc_overclocking_review/6#.UbwAGT5IGCk I was able to try another chip 4.6 at 1.23 not bad. Sending old CPU back
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post #68 of 85
You still haven't listed the voltages you used for which OC, other than vcore and multi, which if you have followed the advice given to you, isn't alone enough to cut it.

Have you tried the following?
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So you obviously don't know how to OC haswell since you only did multi and vcore.

Try first setting low mem settings. 1333 preferably.
then uncore/cache ratio of 40 or so
vrin/SVID/vccin 2.0-2.25v
vring/uncore 1.15v
analog and digi IO at auto
1.65v vdram

and then try 1.2-1.25v vcore and start at 40x.

the input voltage to the FIVR is just as important as vcore and vring is also really good at stabilizing clocks.
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By the way so everyone knows I tried my 1600 kit at 1333 with same results. Was able to go 44 but not 45. If I go to 1.4 it's stable but that isn't comfortable for me. Another problem I see is my gigabyte board does not include adaptive voltage mode. I've read a number of tutorials and am now waiting on ocn's.

You have to remember BIOS for all vendors are in there infancy at the moment,further down the line something may get improved or added that allows better results for us end users.thumb.gif
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Im past that man you are not reading the entire post I have tried those with no luck, I have a lower end chip, that is the silicon lottery for ya. Update though 43x 1.190 volts stable, able to push higher memory clocks as well. My sweet spot is 43, and it runs great, another thing ive noticed about haswell is it likes per core overclocking instead of sync all cores feature. For me to even hit 45 I was bsoding at 1.3, and I am not going past 1.3. IDK how people can argue when I say that is my limit lol. NOthing anyone says here will change my mind, Ive read a number of articles about haswell already and I know where my thermal limits are. You watch I bet you when OCN releases there tutorial you will see a number of people realize not all the chips are equal, and there is a huge gap in performance, as well as IMC settings. SOme will do others better than the rest. I will bet ya voltage and heat will become a limiting factor here for haswell, its already been proven in several articles. Not everyone has custome water cooling, for example I'm using h100i and the limit you can go with that is about 1.3 maybe not even that. Sweet spot voltage fgor h100i with thermal limits and voltage is 1.2-1.25 max 1.265. At that point your hitting 90ish temps in decent ambient conditions.
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