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So I was able to finally get 4.7 stable. I'm pushing some crazy vcore, but the hell with it. I'm hardly breaking 60c with my loop and I have the intel tuning warranty.

If you want to update my chart, the only settings I changed from 4.6 is I bumped the VID to 1.440 and my input voltage to 2.000

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Hi could i do a little bit of OC with my msi z87-g41 mobo and 4670k, i was stupid and didnt spend extra 50 dollars for better mobo but i was wondering if mobo handles some oc:blinksmil
post #10613 of 19540
Hey guys!

I've got 4670k and Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H. It is set right now at 45x 1.340V VID (1.350V Vcore by HWinfo) and 1.850V input (1.836V by HWinfo). It passes 10 loops of x256 so far. Tried 46x with voltage up to 1.42 / 2.15(input) which bsods quite quickly under x256. Did not try to increase Vring, it's at default 1.05V.

I've got a question though. I've manually set uncore to 34x, but HWinfo still shows 3800 for some reson. Could it be bad reading?
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Hey guys!

I've got 4670k and Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H. It is set right now at 45x 1.340V VID (1.350V Vcore by HWinfo) and 1.850V input (1.836V by HWinfo). It passes 10 loops of x256 so far. Tried 46x with voltage up to 1.42 / 2.15(input) which bsods quite quickly under x256. Did not try to increase Vring, it's at default 1.05V.

I've got a question though. I've manually set uncore to 34x, but HWinfo still shows 3800 for some reson. Could it be bad reading?

Not a bad reading, the uncore is boosting due to the Turbo feature of these CPUs....
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Not a bad reading, the uncore is boosting due to the Turbo feature of these CPUs....

You mean turbo boost? I've turned it off.
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I totally agree as long as we talk about synthetic tests, but x264 is a ‘real world’ application. So for an OC to be stable it must pass a real world task that the stock CPU can. As long as gaming is the most intensive task you use than IBT is probably enough.
But more importantly, you claim these guides (any of them) are most useful to beginners.., but for that to be true, they (the guides/guiders) must point out the possible/probable shortcomings of the OC procedure in regards to real world factors (heat, the weak balance between core multi and cache of this architecture, etc..), that this guide (and discussion thread) covers more than any other i’ve read. There’s no need for legitimate guides to brag about the (sometimes suspicious) huge OC capabilities of this architecture. That is what the commercial reviews are for (to take away the responsibility of the claims from Intel)..

I understand where you're coming from dude, and I'm not arguing for or against any one guide as they all have their merit and I believe anyone who truly wants to learn how OC properly will do what I did and use a combination of guides to get as much information as possible AND ask questions if they're stuck on something smile.gif As for real world vs synthetic, I honestly think if you can pass a synthetic then you should be fine with anything the real world throws at you!
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And what makes you think I only spent a day on this guide?

hahaah no. You spend lots of time on this i know.

ok so i got my pc set up but now the memory LED light is going red. I tried different memory and nothing works so will take back to supplier tomorrow and do you guys suggest i get a better motherboard if they don't want to take back the CPU as well?
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So I was able to finally get 4.7 stable. I'm pushing some crazy vcore, but the hell with it. I'm hardly breaking 60c with my loop and I have the intel tuning warranty.

If you want to update my chart, the only settings I changed from 4.6 is I bumped the VID to 1.440 and my input voltage to 2.000


Your 4.7 is notably slower than my 4.5, not sure why.

IFX8aZn.png

Scaling for frequency, from your score, my expected score would be ~19.89fps, while actual was ~21.07fps (6% higher) which is a big enough gap for concern, IMO
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Your 4.7 is notably slower than my 4.5, not sure why.

IFX8aZn.png

Scaling for frequency, from your score, my expected score would be ~19.89fps, while actual was ~21.07fps (6% higher) which is a big enough gap for concern, IMO

maybe he was doing other stuff while stress testing, surfing the web or other things wink.gif
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Your 4.7 is notably slower than my 4.5, not sure why.

Scaling for frequency, from your score, my expected score would be ~19.89fps, while actual was ~21.07fps (6% higher) which is a big enough gap for concern, IMO

HT off or different version of x264
I am ~ 40% faster with the latest version (2389) vs. the one i had before (don't remember version number)
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