Originally Posted by SkllZ
I need help guys...
I follow the easy template in page one for i7-4770k. However, I need 1.275V for Vcore if I want a stable 4.5ghz. I can boot 4.5ghz at 1.25 but it's unstable and I'm not sure how to make it's stable without increasing the voltage of Vcore.
Right now, I am running stable 24/7 at 4.4ghz with the setting
CPU VRIN Override LLC: High
CPU VRIN Override Voltage: 1.7
Ring Voltage: 1.05V
CPU Multiplier: 44x
C1E, C3, C6/C7, and EIST: All Enable
Ram: 1.5V 1600Mhz 10-10-10-27 Corsair Vengeance LP
I'm stuck at making my machine stable at 4.5ghz with 1.25V Vcore
I have the same problem with mine...
To stabilize x44 I need 1.22V, but for x45 it seems that 1.27V is required, but with this voltage temps are close to the thin red line.
At x45 GHz I am using such settings:
CPU VRIN Override LLC: Extreme
CPU VRIN Override Voltage: 1.88V
Ring Voltage: 1.19V
CPU Multiplier: 45x
C1E, C3, C6/C7, and EIST: All disabled
I would like to lower vcore at least a little bit (0.005V-0.01V) to lower the temps. Simple lowering it without touching other above settings makes Prime95 blend test unstable in first 10-15 minutes. Which other settings can I change to make it stable?
Or maybe can I change something other (not vcore) to improve temps?
I could achieve stability in rest of tests I am using at 1.25V so Prime95 is the problem.
Maybe someone knows on which settings Prime95's stability depends?Edited by dzb87 - 7/7/13 at 10:44pm