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@Peanuts4

Have you tried updating your Bios ?
I had some Problems and a Bios Update solved that.
But maybe your Problem is a different matter.

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Haswell 4770k
CPU: 4600mhz @ 1.2v
Cache: 4300mhz @ 1.15v
Ram: 2000mhz Dominator GT OC @2400mhz 9.12.11.30 ComRate 2

Gigabyte UD4 Mobo with latest Bios


I previously had a Max VI Hero that could not boot the same chip at 1.27v. This is my second 4770k and my second Maximus VI Hero. I would not recommend ASUS to anyone right now. Gigabyte is strong, and works much much better.

Thank you for this guide Sin. This guide led me to try this Gigabyte Mobo.
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Originally Posted by Starkey View Post

Haswell 4770k
CPU: 4600mhz @ 1.2v
Cache: 4300mhz @ 1.15v
Ram: 2000mhz Dominator GT OC @2400mhz 9.12.11.30 ComRate 2

Gigabyte UD4 Mobo with latest Bios


I previously had a Max VI Hero that could not boot the same chip at 1.27v. This is my second 4770k and my second Maximus VI Hero. I would not recommend ASUS to anyone right now. Gigabyte is strong, and works much much better.

Thank you for this guide Sin. This guide led me to try this Gigabyte Mobo.

Yeah, I'm about to can my HERO also - Sad I'm going to lose $230 but I hate it and I really don't have the energy to get into it right now but I've had a lot of issues with it.
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Originally Posted by Bartouille View Post

I think its VRIN

edit: meh not so sure about it, could be vring too
I have seen memory give a 124.

Sometimes not enough ring voltage.

Even if your cache is set at 39 it may need more ring volt for your memory overclocking.


I overclock CPU 1st, then memory at my stable cpu speed. Then bump cache as I want for certain benchmarks.
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Originally Posted by HairyGamer View Post

Yeah, I'm about to can my HERO also - Sad I'm going to lose $230 but I hate it and I really don't have the energy to get into it right now but I've had a lot of issues with it.
This is my second Hero board. Frankly ... It sucks.

A friend wanted to buy it and I told him to get this UD4 I got my UD4 for only 114 at Microcenter. I will get an OC Motherboard eventually smile.gif
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While finding stability at 47x, it would only crash with bsod 124. After finding stablility. I moved to 48x only to find bsod 101. Vcore doesnt seem to fix it. 47x is cinebench stable at 1.35v. BF3 stable at 1.40. 48x crashes in cinebench with up to 1.46v. bsod 101. Temps never pass 80c.. confused.gif

L310B562
4770k delidded
zalman cnps20lq
gigabyte ud4h
f7 mod bios
1333 9-9-9-24-1t

47x
offset +.270
vid 1.40v
vcore load 1.396v
vcore max 1.416v
vcore min. .024v (hwinfo64 tongue.gif)

vrin 1.9v
vrin llc turbo
all c states enabled
uncore 42
ring/cache voltage offset +.200

90% of the time cache voltage aka ring voltage will fix the 101. When testing I usually use manual voltage as I have had better results that way.
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Thank You very much for the guide... i read throw it twice... not so simple to OC...
MY VID is 1.150 ... mad.giffrown.gif
Could you guys recommend some settings for this ? i want to keep it for around 2-3 years... so i woldent wanna go beyond 1.2v ... maybe 1.226 if you think that's safe for a long term OC
Motherboard is Z87x UD5H, Cooler is Noctua NH-D14, Ram is 2x4 Corsair Vengeance Pro 1.5v 1866mhz

EDIT : VIN is 1.084!!! biggrin.gif i had XMP one witch bumps it up to 1.150
Edited by leyzar - 8/13/13 at 11:03am
    
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Disable Turbo Mode
Set multiplier to x34 4670 K
x35 4770 K
You get VID smile.gif
You can run the CPU easy with 1,3 Vcore or more if the Temperatures are OK !
Edited by Alxx - 8/13/13 at 7:17pm
post #989 of 3243
Around how much is the set and forget voltage for the uncore if we are aiming for auto (x40) 1.150 ?
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Crucial M550 256Gb Corsair Force GT 240Gb Seagate 3TB 2x Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Swiftec H220X w/ GT-AP15  Windows 8.1 Pro x64 Samsung 32EH5000 32" HD Direct lit LED TV Ducky Shine 3 [Cherry MX Blue , White LED] 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Coolermaster V1000 Corsair 350D Logitech G603 Puretrack Talent 
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Around how much is the set and forget voltage for the uncore if we are aiming for auto (x40) 1.150 ?

It depends on you chip. However on average 1.15 should run 43 or 44x easy. What is your base cpu VID.
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