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You're right. I just get caught up in trying to get the most out of this thing. He couldn't care less about benchmarking scores. wink.gif
I wish it was obvious. I posted screenshots of all my BIOS settings last night. I'm getting the impression I don't have anything wrong. I thought maybe the fact I enabled C3 and not C7, but I have issues even if I leave them disabled.
I think it takes me 1.26 to be stable at 4.2. Of course I don't have a high dollar motherboard either. That might have something to do with it.

The mobo dont mean much with haswell. The vrms are on the chip.
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You're right. I just get caught up in trying to get the most out of this thing. He couldn't care less about benchmarking scores. wink.gif
I wish it was obvious. I posted screenshots of all my BIOS settings last night. I'm getting the impression I don't have anything wrong. I thought maybe the fact I enabled C3 and not C7, but I have issues even if I leave them disabled.
I think it takes me 1.26 to be stable at 4.2. Of course I don't have a high dollar motherboard either. That might have something to do with it.

yes you do
the gd65 cost $10 more then my board.
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I have 4770k, maximus vi hero and nh-d14. Cpu is at stock speed and it idles around 35 C..But when I turn on prime 95 it goes to 80 C !!
in the same moment when I turn on prime it goes to 75-80 C (but literally in the same moment). I use nt-h1 tc. I was planning to do some overclocking but with this temps no way
And btw this is my first intel cpu

I dont know what to do.
Are the sensors broken?
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I love my z87m OC formula I wouldn't trade it for anything but a z87 OC formula... I just did 2800 c9-12-12-25 1t@ 2.03v with a pretty crappy processor
4.5 3hours stable on aida maybe... I dunno it works for linux and benching
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IBT, standard run x 10 @4.5Ghz for me is 54*C

I give you 1 free internet clap, I'm happy for you. While you're enjoying that clap maybe you could expand how that is helpful or provides assistance on what I stated?
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my stock vid is 1.069
yet i cant touch 42x with anything less then 1.20-1.19 vid
http://valid.canardpc.com/fmvuxi

My chip's stock VID is the same, but 1.138 gets me to 4.4 with 1,81 VRIN. Do you know the batch umber of your chip? Mine is 312B547.

I only need 1.178 for 4.5 and 1.213 for 4.6 which is my non-benching everyday OC.

The vcore raises dramatically after 4.6.
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I have 4770k, maximus vi hero and nh-d14. Cpu is at stock speed and it idles around 35 C..But when I turn on prime 95 it goes to 80 C !!
in the same moment when I turn on prime it goes to 75-80 C (but literally in the same moment). I use nt-h1 tc. I was planning to do some overclocking but with this temps no way
And btw this is my first intel cpu

I dont know what to do.
Are the sensors broken?

nope there fine and reading right
intel used tim paste on haswell in ivy where as they use solder for sandy
the use of tim has caused a rather large increase in temps across the board as well as making then extremely inconstant.

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Originally Posted by Philly_boy View Post

My chip's stock VID is the same, but 1.138 gets me to 4.4 with 1,81 VRIN. Do you know the batch umber of your chip? Mine is 312B547.

I only need 1.178 for 4.5 and 1.213 for 4.6 which is my non-benching everyday OC.

The vcore raises dramatically after 4.6.
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Originally Posted by tonymontana95 View Post

I have 4770k, maximus vi hero and nh-d14. Cpu is at stock speed and it idles around 35 C..But when I turn on prime 95 it goes to 80 C !!
in the same moment when I turn on prime it goes to 75-80 C (but literally in the same moment). I use nt-h1 tc. I was planning to do some overclocking but with this temps no way
And btw this is my first intel cpu

I dont know what to do.
Are the sensors broken?

Ok it happened to me as well when i first got my rig. I have the same mobo and default bios settings are ridiculous in terms of voltage. Vcore is set to auto as default and needs to be changed to manual. So first lets set it at 1.1v just for the sake of testing, save and reboot to windows. Run a quick stress test, watch the temps and come back. Satisfied ? Now follow the OP guide thoroughly then come back when you are stuck. Cheers
Edited by Zahix - 2/25/14 at 3:57pm
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Anyone tried some runs with prime 28.1? This one has FMA3 instruction set support, stresses harder than AVX. Made my AVX OC not stable. Bumped up Vcore to 1.415 and VRin 1.9 along with Vcache to 1.420 @ 4.4. Stable now but need more time.
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Anyone tried some runs with prime 28.1? This one has FMA3 instruction set support, stresses harder than AVX. Made my AVX OC not stable. Bumped up Vcore VID to 1.415 and VRin 1.9 along with Vcache to 1.420 @ 4.4. Stable now but need more time. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Fixed.

1.415 VID for 4.4 is pretty high. And 1.420v cache is well into the danger zone.
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