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I can't get GTL to work. Probably because i'm running windows 8.

I have it running on Win 8. Maybe needs .Net? I think it also need the Intel Management Engine drivers loaded.
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Hey guys. I finally got my cpu stable at 4.4 Ghz with this settings

CPU multiplier 44
Vcore 1.290V
Uncore multiplier 41
Uncore voltage 1.290V
VRIN 1.9
RAM Multiplier 16 @ 1600 Mhz (9-9-9-27-1T)
RAM Voltage 1.65V


And now I can't reach stability for 4.6 Ghz even with 1.4V

Is this vcore gap normal between 4.4 and 4.6?

I've noticed a big Vcore jump on my CPU between certain multipliers. 4.3GHz uses 1.250V, but 4.4GHz has to have 1.365V.

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I've noticed a big Vcore jump on my CPU between certain multipliers. 4.3GHz uses 1.250V, but 4.4GHz has to have 1.365V.

~Ibrahim~

Well man, you've pretty much hit the wall of the Vcore/multiplier of your CPU. It does vary, some hit it quite early in the frequency, some later on and while others don't boot up regardless of the Vcore of those high frequencies.
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Well man, you've pretty much hit the wall of the Vcore/multiplier of your CPU. It does vary, some hit it quite early in the frequency, some later on and while others don't boot up regardless of the Vcore of those high frequencies.

Yup. I think 4.5GHz is possible, but I only really wanted a 1GHz OC, so I'm a happy camper, biggrin.gif I looked at some other chips in the Haswell OC chart in this sub-section and most needed at least 1.300 for 4.4GHz.
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I have it running on Win 8. Maybe needs .Net? I think it also need the Intel Management Engine drivers loaded.

Pretty sure I have all that stuff installed. Hmm i'll have to look into it.
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77777.png 288k .png file This is my first real attempt at overclocking after reading Sins guide i managed this (please see image)


my temps are never above 64C thats playing BF3 at 7680x1440 all on ultra for 3 hours..

do you think its relatively safe to push the system further ? i was going to try 1.36 v core and 5GHZ
then if i can get stable i was going to try to push my ram
is 3000 too much to ask on the ram frequency ? my system performance really increased in BF3 when i activated the ram xmp profile much more solid and fluid. so i would like to try and push that.

then i was going to fine tune uncore and voltage.

any help/thoughts?
Edited by Zoroastrian - 9/29/13 at 5:57am
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What vcore/vrin are you on now for 4.7? what about ring volts? Cooling? (so i can compare with mine etc and get a better idea of your temps across various loads)

And also, what RAM do you have?

A lot of kits like 2400 can do 3000, especially if you push them to like 1.8v instead of 1.65, but you're usually either making a small jump in frequency, or giving up timings, and a tight 2400mhz can beat a loose 3000mhz, so it's not all in the frequency, you gotta find a balance that works well for your kit at the voltage you're willing to use for it, i think
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Hi Cyro thanks man

Vcore is at 1.35
CPU Vrin at 1.752
Dram Volts at 1.65

CPU idle at 18C

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Triple RAD with 3x 120mm top fan
Single Monsta 80mm rad rear in push pull
a double monsta Rad in the base in push pull

Pumped with dual Liang
with 3Ltrs of thermal take green stuff

I have naked chip on an all copper xspc water block..

Ram is corsair dominator Platinum 2400

i have noticed one crappy thing ..my usb ports keep randomly dropping out....i cant actually get into bios atm because i have a usb keyboard which does not want to power up until after post bios =/
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