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I have a CR batch 331. I can get to 4.8 @ 1.38 stable. I'm pretty sure I can push it to 5.0GHz but I'll probably need close to 1.5v. Batch isn't always indicative of quality or "overclockability" of the chip. Sometimes you get lucky, sometimes you dont. Check what your vcore reports at on stock speeds. Use cpu-z, run a cpu intensive program, and see what the vcore jumps to at the turbo clocks. Gives you a decent idea of overclock potential. That's how I did it with mine, and my friends 4770K (he has a garbage chip). thumb.gif

IBT
vcore on cpu-z 1.122
hwinfo 1.140
speed 3400.1mhz because i have turbo, hyper, speed step, and all cstates off right now.
i have a bad chip dont i?
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Good method to get VID:
Disable Turbo
Set to stock speed
Use Prime 26.6
Read with CPUZ 1.68 not 1.64 for VID
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IBT
vcore on cpu-z 1.122
hwinfo 1.140
speed 3400.1mhz because i have turbo, hyper, speed step, and all cstates off right now.
i have a bad chip dont i?

1v CRAZY (TeamAU code: OPA)
1.1v average (TeamAU code: OK)
1.2v Not Good, go kill someone (TeamAU code: JUNK, pull out the 9V battery!)
What to Expect(On Average):
CPU OC Of Retail C0 Stepping on high-end Air/Water: Max Validation: 5.0-5.2GHz, Max Stable: 4.3-4.8GHz(Huge Range I know)


Sounds like you have an average chip. So at least it's not junk. But then again you never really know for sure what it'll do without a little fiddling around. What cooler are using you, or planning on using?
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1v CRAZY (TeamAU code: OPA)
1.1v average (TeamAU code: OK)
1.2v Not Good, go kill someone (TeamAU code: JUNK, pull out the 9V battery!)
What to Expect(On Average):
CPU OC Of Retail C0 Stepping on high-end Air/Water: Max Validation: 5.0-5.2GHz, Max Stable: 4.3-4.8GHz(Huge Range I know)


Sounds like you have an average chip. So at least it's not junk. But then again you never really know for sure what it'll do without a little fiddling around. What cooler are using you, or planning on using?

h80i stock fans
1500rpm on low loads/stock speeds
2400rpm on 8 hour gaming sprees/ benching.
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h80i stock fans
1500rpm on low loads/stock speeds
2400rpm on 8 hour gaming sprees/ benching.

I don't see why you can't get up to 4.4-4.5. Do you plan on delidding? Btw 4.4-4.5 is about average.
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I don't see why you can't get up to 4.4-4.5. Do you plan on delidding? Btw 4.4-4.5 is about average.

i have thought about it but under max load i get to like 70-73c
at like 1.15v 40x multi
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i have thought about it but under max load i get to like 70-73c
at like 1.15v 40x multi

What are you using to load the CPU? Are we talking gaming load or Prime?
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What are you using to load the CPU? Are we talking gaming load or Prime?

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You can test for stability using AIDA64, XTU or even x264. They'll produce less heat and give you more thermal headroom. You can try and get up to 4.2 and I think you can get there under 1.2v. Without throwing more money at it, you can look at delidding. It's cost effective. You don't have to use CLU/CLP. NT-H1 or AS Ceramique work well. They're not super expensive.

Even with the temps you're at now you have the thermal headroom. It's up to you how far you want to push, and what it's worth to you. Have you tried reseating the waterblock by chance? Again, not trying to insult you but those temps seem a bit on the high side. Mind you I haven't used a H80i with my 4670k. I'm basing that statement on reviews of the H80i.
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You can test for stability using AIDA64, XTU or even x264. They'll produce less heat and give you more thermal headroom. You can try and get up to 4.2 and I think you can get there under 1.2v. Without throwing more money at it, you can look at delidding. It's cost effective. You don't have to use CLU/CLP. NT-H1 or AS Ceramique work well. They're not super expensive.

Even with the temps you're at now you have the thermal headroom. It's up to you how far you want to push, and what it's worth to you. Have you tried reseating the waterblock by chance? Again, not trying to insult you but those temps seem a bit on the high side. Mind you I haven't used a H80i with my 4670k. I'm basing that statement on reviews of the H80i.


im willing to push her to her knees
if i wasnt i would have bought a non-k cpu.
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