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Seems I might have a pretty good chip for once. 4770k at 4.7ghz with 1.25v and vccin at 1.93v. Chip is delidded and sits in an evga stinger under water with a single 120 rad never going over 60c. Don't think dropping volts is necessary unless 1.25 is too much. Any opinions or suggestions.

Yea. The average OC is 45x @ 1.275v, so you've got a good chip. 1.25v is definitely not too much.
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Yea. The average OC is 45x @ 1.275v, so you've got a good chip. 1.25v is definitely not too much.

But he's delidded and has water...so how is it a good chip?
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But he's delidded and has water...so how is it a good chip?

I think a lot of us are not temperature limited, but volt limited. I need 1.28v to get 45 stable. He needs 1.25v to get 47 stable.

Good chip.
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Seems I might have a pretty good chip for once. 4770k at 4.7ghz with 1.25v and vccin at 1.93v. Chip is delidded and sits in an evga stinger under water with a single 120 rad never going over 60c. Don't think dropping volts is necessary unless 1.25 is too much. Any opinions or suggestions.

If you are stable at 4.7 GHz at 1.25 volts you should be thrilled! I need 1.43v to get 4.7 GHz Sounds like a great chip! How are you testing it?
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I think a lot of us are not temperature limited, but volt limited. I need 1.28v to get 45 stable. He needs 1.25 to get 47 stable.

Good chip.
golden even
4.7 at 1.25v
300mhz till 5ghz and .2v till he hits max safe volts, .15v if your scared of being at the absolute max
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Originally Posted by coelacanth View Post

I think a lot of us are not temperature limited, but volt limited. I need 1.28v to get 45 stable. He needs 1.25v to get 47 stable.

Good chip.

Didn't think of it that way! thumb.gif
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Testing with Lin X near max ram still going after 4 hours. I will be thrilled if its stable at this point
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golden even
4.7 at 1.25v
300mhz till 5ghz and .2v till he hits max safe volts, .15v if your scared of being at the absolute max

I hesitate to call 4.7ghz @1.25 (1.27 under load..) golden when there were ivy batches hitting 5.0@1.25 prime stable and somebody that i knew got one of them.

You're comparing this chip, which is maybe 250mhz above average.. to something like 600mhz above average, which is really golden tongue.gif

It's really, really great, awesome etc, but i don't think it's the best haswell chip out there

Worth a shot at 5g's. Delidded, water? It'll be freezing in x264 thumb.gif
Edited by Cyro999 - 3/6/14 at 3:31pm
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Is it normal to have wrong power readings? However the sensor was working correctly when stock speeds are used but fails when I load the OC profile.
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Originally Posted by mk16 View Post

golden even
4.7 at 1.25v
300mhz till 5ghz and .2v till he hits max safe volts, .15v if your scared of being at the absolute max

I hesitate to call 4.7ghz @1.25 (1.27 under load..) golden when there were ivy batches hitting 5.0@1.25 prime stable and somebody that i knew got one of them.

You're comparing this chip, which is maybe 250mhz above average.. to something like 600mhz above average, which is really golden tongue.gif

It's really, really great, awesome etc, but i don't think it's the best haswell chip out there

Worth a shot at 5g's. Delidded, water? It'll be freezing in x264 thumb.gif

Chip is naked under water.
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