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after watching a few videos i really want to delid
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Get 'er done! I've used the vice method on my 4670k and the razor + plastic card method on my friends 4770k. Neither could be easier. if your'e squeamish about using a hammer go with the razor and plastic card. I used a laminated card. It was thin enough to slip around the edges. I didn't go directly through from corner to corner just in case. But it was simple.
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post #10212 of 19540
>see that hxinfo is reporting ddr voltage at 1.488v
>bios confirms it
>set voltage from auto to manual (1.5v)
>ddr voltage still at 1.488v
>set voltage to 1.505v
>mobo confirms
>hwinfo still says its at 1.488v
ugh
post #10213 of 19540
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Originally Posted by DarkReign32 View Post

Well fair enough! What brand did you buy? I was looking at those (when the prices were lower).
Anandtech did an article about memory speed for gaming with Haswell. They concluded that higher speed ram at tighter timings did give a a decent (6-10% I believe) performance boost. I know the G.Skills you have overclock well but I'd be concerned with timing then the actual speed. IF you can get to higher speeds while maintaining tighter timings then it would be advantageous.

Here's the link:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/7364/memory-scaling-on-haswell

Also, on a side note, I went from using HyperX Genesis 1600Mhz to the G.Skill Trident @ 2400mhz. I saw an overall improvement in "smoothness" in gaming. I can't say for sure whether it was simply perception or a calculable effect. I sold my kit of Kingston's without having the chance to do any testing.

The gains in that article come from super high end tri fire. You will not notice a difference anywhere else unless benchmarking. Not sure where they get off recommending 1866-2400Mhz memory for gaming and everyday usage when the difference is like a frame. You could literally make that up by overclocking an extra 10 Mhz or something.
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Software reading of voltages are not very accurate.

If you suspect memory, you could also add a positive offset to the system agent voltage (VCCSA). Add something like +.05, but keep the absolute value of it under 1 V.
post #10215 of 19540
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im willing to push her to her knees
if i wasnt i would have bought a non-k cpu.

So test with x264 or prime 27.9 custom fft 1344-1344 and ramp up the multi! biggrin.gif
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Some Batch Numbers are definitely better than others.
I have I5 L315B373 and it does 4,7 @ 1,24.

Ahh sorry, I should've added that I was talking about 4770k batches, rather than 4670k batches. I don't know much on the i5 batches unfortunately
post #10217 of 19540
ok brute force time
she doesnt want to run faster so im zap her @$$ to get her in to gear
1.2v in bois
1.21 in hwinfo

1344 ftts prime 27.9

6 minutes in



will drop volts by 0.01 after 20 minutes
or just up the multi one notch.

also amd taught me to turn off all virtualization tech so i did that this time too.
post #10218 of 19540
I've heard far too many people complaining about voltages, temperatures, and "bad chips". Time to unsub.
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I've heard far too many people complaining about voltages, temperatures, and "bad chips". Time to unsub.

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

meh give him time he'll come back

done see how he expected much better
this is the haswell overclocking thread, people are going to pop in here and talk about their chips on a daily bases.
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