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First time posting here (I think).

First of all, I have an below average 4770k. Yay! :-/

I had it running @ 4.2GHz with 1.2 Vcore and everything else on Auto for the past months because it was getting too hot for my Kraken x60 on higher settings.
But now that I have gone full custom loop I thought I should give it another try.

So, here are my results (screenshots lateron):
4.3GHz @ 1.3V VCore (everything else on Auto): Prime stable, average temps around 78°C with a few peeks to 83°C.


I also figured out that many of you overclockers seem to be stepping away from Prime. So, I thought I might give those other stress tests a go, too. I am currently at 4.4GHz with 1.3V VCore, everything else on Auto:
Prime: Reboot after a bit more than 2 hours. Average temp at around 79°C, peeks to 85°C.
x264 HD Benchmark: Stable after 10 loops, average temps around 63°C.
Intel Burn Test: Stable after 10 runs @ High. Average temps around 82°C with a few peeks to 89°C.


I think I´ll keep it at these settings and see how it works in real life usage.
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Make sure and read the guide a couple of times over. You don't know if you have a low end chip until you overclock it properly
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Fine tuning aside, 4.4GHz @ 1.3 doesn´t scream golden chip. wink.gif
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But it also doesn't mean it is a bad chip. And you haven't even done the basic tuning yet. You don't even know if yiu actually need 1.3 for 4.4ghz. There is a lot more tk Haswell than changing the vcore.
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Hm...what´s your definition of basic tuning?

For me, basic tuning means getting a feeling for your chip and finding a sweet spot with multi, VCore and temps.
Fine tuning for me is throwing the Cache Voltage and Input Voltage into play and taking care of RAM settings.
Edited by Someone09 - 2/16/14 at 8:16am
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think ive found a good stability test for haswell. testing it tonight to confirm, will post anything noteworthy tomorrow smile.gif
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4.8G with vcore of 1.332 but temp to 100C.
4.6G with vcore of 1.236 for everyday usage.

Here are the details and their screen capture respectively,

For 4.8G:
Username: rodgerxu
CPU Model: 4670K
Core Multiplier: 48
CPU VID: 1.318
Vcore: 1.332
Uncore Multiplier: 33
Uncore Voltage: 1.188
Cooling Solution: CM212EVO Delid
Stability Test: IBT x 10
Batch Number: Malay
Ram Speed: 9 9 9 24
Ram Voltage:
Input Voltage: 2.02
LLC Setting: Extreme
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z87x-ud3h

For 4.6G:
Username: rodgerxu
CPU Model: 4670K
Core Multiplier: 46
CPU VID: 1.22
Vcore: 1.236
Uncore Multiplier: 40
Uncore Voltage: 1.188
Cooling Solution: CM212EVO Delid
Stability Test: X264 x10, IBT very high x 10
Batch Number: Malay
Ram Speed: 9 9 9 24
Ram Voltage:
Input Voltage: 1.908
LLC Setting: Extreme
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z87x-ud3h



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Originally Posted by Someone09 View Post

Hm...what´s your definition of basic tuning?

For me, basic tuning means getting a feeling for your chip and finding a sweet spot with multi, VCore and temps.
Fine tuning for me is throwing the Cache Voltage and Input Voltage into play and taking care of RAM settings.

Basic tuning for haswell is on the guide.
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Originally Posted by Someone09 View Post

Hm...what´s your definition of basic tuning?

For me, basic tuning means getting a feeling for your chip and finding a sweet spot with multi, VCore and temps.
Fine tuning for me is throwing the Cache Voltage and Input Voltage into play and taking care of RAM settings.

What you refer to as "fine tuning" is actually included in the basic tuning for Haswell....thumb.gif
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For an update and verification

CPU Model: 4770K
Core Multiplier: 44
Vcore: 1.25
Uncore Multiplier: 44
Uncore Voltage: 1.25
Cooling Solution: Phanteks PHTC-14PE
Stability Test: 15 hours Aida64 + BF4 (6hours)
Batch Number: Malay #L320B34
Ram Speed: 11 11 11 24 @ 1600Mhz
Ram Voltage: 1.5v
Input Voltage: 1.8v
LLC Setting: Auto
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z87x-ud4H



I'm still going to be updating, going to try lower the uncore voltage some and still need to reduce RAM timings as they're rated for 9 9 9 24

So what do you guys think so far ?
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