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Toasty!

Username: MilesK
CPU Model: 4670k
Core Multiplier: 46x
CPU VID: 1.176
Vcore: 1.184
Uncore Multiplier: 43x
Uncore Voltage: 1.125
Cooling Solution: $40 air cooler
Stability Test: w_lpk_p_11.1.2.004
Batch Number: L313B427 (Malay)
Ram Speed: 11-13-12 1T @ 2400
Ram Voltage: 1.8
Input Voltage: 1.78
LLC Setting: N/A
Motherboard: MSI GD65 Gaming


That is a golden chip. Stable at 4.6Ghz on a $40 cooler:1.18v.... Congrats.

Delid or stick that under water and you have a +5Ghz chip right there.
post #10072 of 19539
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the x264 program asks how many times you want to loop it, I put in 999999999999999, and it looped 200k + in a couple minutes? Not sure what you mean by this.


using this here: http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=520

Then it's not running correctly, you should only be able to do 5 or 6 loops an hour. They take a hair over 9 minutes for me @4.5ghz with HT (21.07fps)
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Then it's not running correctly, you should only be able to do 5 or 6 loops an hour. They take a hair over 9 minutes for me @4.5ghz with HT (21.07fps)

weird...yeah I thought it wasn't doing something right because it would only load my cpu to about 40%usage.....is it because I have Turbo enabled? It said something about that on the website (to turn it off)? I don't even think I need it on anymore since I'm overclocked to 4.2GHz? I just want it to be able to still clock down when I'm not using the computer to save power. I have it set to C7 State in BIOS
post #10074 of 19539
just wondering what everyone feels is a godd voltage range for 4000mhz
at 1.100v on vcore
extreme llc
and 1.1v on uncore voltage (forget the name)
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I need ~1.07 for solid solid 4.0
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1.08 here
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I need ~1.07 for solid solid 4.0

well then im pretty close with my 1.100-1.110


IBT
25 passes and no bsod

should i push the volts down a step?

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1.098v
on vcore
and 1.1v on uncore
12 passes of ibt this time around and once its done ima shut down and give it time to cool off
been stressing it for quite a while now.
post #10080 of 19539
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should i push the volts down a step?

If you can pass prime95 version 27.9, custom, fft lengh 1344-1344 for a reasonable amount of time (such as say 10 mins to 2 hours) with 1.1vcore, 1.07 ring (or so) on 40/33, then sure you can drop vcore further
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