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^ Haha, tough choice man!

Wow. Well, I can hope.

In the future, I know, but where I am I supposed to go from here? Abit's gone, DFI's gone. Asus has let me down. I've never been a fan of Gigabyte boards, AS Rock is a terrible name...MSI?
Edited by Jodiuh - 3/25/14 at 3:14am
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^ Haha, tough choice man!

Wow. Well, I can hope.

In the future, I know, but where I am I supposed to go from here? Abit's gone, DFI's gone. Asus has let me down. I've never been a fan of Gigabyte boards, AS Rock is a terrible name...MSI?
msi has good z87.boards according to reviews. What happened to your asus?
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^ Haha, tough choice man!

Wow. Well, I can hope.

In the future, I know, but where I am I supposed to go from here? Abit's gone, DFI's gone. Asus has let me down. I've never been a fan of Gigabyte boards, AS Rock is a terrible name...MSI?
msi has good z87.boards according to reviews. What happened to your asus?

I was SO close to going w/ an MSI as well. Would have matched me GEE PEE YOU!

As for the Asus...

OCN
http://www.overclock.net/t/1413905/official-asus-maximus-vi-hero-owners-and-overclocking-club/1800_30#post_21999425

[H]
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040720437&postcount=67

Honestly, I suppose it could still be the chip, but I doubt it. I think it's just a flaky board and perhaps a less than stellar 4670K. As long as I can get them to play nice @ stock speeds, I'll be more pumped than the new Old Spice commercials w/ Terry Crews!!!!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXvtany3mSE
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I was SO close to going w/ an MSI as well. Would have matched me GEE PEE YOU!

As for the Asus...

OCN
http://www.overclock.net/t/1413905/official-asus-maximus-vi-hero-owners-and-overclocking-club/1800_30#post_21999425

[H]
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040720437&postcount=67

Honestly, I suppose it could still be the chip, but I doubt it. I think it's just a flaky board and perhaps a less than stellar 4670K. As long as I can get them to play nice @ stock speeds, I'll be more pumped than the new Old Spice commercials w/ Terry Crews!!!!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXvtany3mSE
man I hate to hear that about ur board.

I have had great experience within the gold z87 line. I have one z87plus and one z87-A. I also had a M4A99fx before and it impressed me getting my fx6300 to 5ghz.

I think you just had some bad luck. There are a lot of people very happy with their hero. I mean sometimes a brand new board can be doa or worse imo by working partially and taking you through the ringer.

I dnt blame you for wanting something else. When my msi 970 g46 bitt the dust and went in for rma I no longer wanted anything to do with msi mobos even though that board had known issues with fx cpu over clocking.

Good luck with your next one!

Btw those freezes sound either ram or cache issues to me. Thats been my experience. If I bsod I add vcore if I freeze I adjust cache voltage/speed or ram voltage/speed/clocks.
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Dude, my luck w/ PC hardware ran out sometime in 2013. I had to RMA my 1st EVGA ACX
SC 780, which ended up in a complete refund where I ended up going w/ an MSI TF4 780 Ti for roughly $15 bucks more than the 780 vanilla. So...I guess that ones a toss up, lol.

My i5 760/P7P55D-E Pro/G.Skill Eco was a ROCK. IIRC, I ran it @ about 4 Ghz most of the time.

Before that was an E8400 that could do 4.5 Ghz, lol!

Going back...E6300 @ 3.6 Ghz.

Some Opteron 170's that were FANTASTIC.

It's HASWELL man! It's the Devil! And I will have my Canyon! In this life or the next!

Edit: Oh yes! My top 3!

3. P4 630 @...gosh, I don't know! 5 Ghz? It was a BIOS suicide picture run!
JYP4jH2.jpg
b4ef980e.jpg~original

2. 1700+ DUT3C...no, it wasn't a DL, but I got up to 2.4 Ghz on this one!
AMD1700.jpg~original

1. A upgrade chip for the Pentium 75 Mhz that was supposed to run @ 150, but could hit 300? Wow, no idea, long time ago!
Edited by Jodiuh - 3/25/14 at 4:34am
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Well haven't had the time to push any further. Here are my stats for 4.3 GHz 4770K:

Username: geneo
CPU Model: 4770K
Core Multiplier: 43X
CPU VID: 1.212 adaptive
Vcore: 1.229 (save across cores running x264 - latest version from angelotti)
Uncore Multiplier: 40X
Uncore Voltage: 1.196 ave. adaptive (running x264)
Cooling Solution: Noctua NH-D14 with NF-A15 and NF-F12 PWM fans with 5 Noctua case fans
Stability Test: x264 20 Passes, Prime 95 v28.5 1344k,1344k 2 hours
Batch Number: L323C544 Malaysia
Ram Speed: 1866 9-10-9-28
Ram Voltage: 1.5
Input Voltage: Manual, 1.760 V
LLC Setting: Level 3
VCCSA: 0.944 (+.07 offset)
Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VI Hero
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One question for everyone: does the mobo affect the capability to OC? Seems like many ROG boards are getting quite good results.

I'm only getting 45x on 1.35v VID and 1.92v VCC.

I'm using msi gd65

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Heya guys again...

So tested CPu for few more days and wanna ask about occasional error I have got recently once. I upped my CPU to 1,3/1,15/1.9 V (core 4,6/cache 30/ input) and BF4 stable nicely (i could go lower with lovtages, I think) though 264 from Angelotti, crashed in a while with 101 (usually got 124 if BSOD).

Is 101 connected with Input voltage, too low or high? I think i pumped it a bit high. Because when having it lower, I got only 124 if BSODing. And after several hours of stress testing or BF4. Other apps were fine.

Also, can Voltage agent/D/A/ help with stability of CPU? Actually having my ram at 1333, so i would logically ignore those things. Thanks.

And the last question, what lv of LLC do you like? Max or just enough for voltage not dropping under stress?

Thanks.
Edited by Wakizashis - 3/26/14 at 5:16am
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One question for everyone: does the mobo affect the capability to OC? Seems like many ROG boards are getting quite good results.

I'm only getting 45x on 1.35v VID and 1.92v VCC.

I'm using msi gd65

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I need detailed information about the uncore ratio. I understand its separate from the multiplier. What I would like to know is the "IMPORTANCE" of it as far as performance and overclocking. I have read many threads and articles about haswell overclocking suggesting it be within certain ranges of your multiplier. Mostly 300-500 MHz. This seems crazy to give a number or a suggestion. What if I find my multiplier stable at 45x but only with a default 35x uncore. Would I take the higher multiplier ? Should you search for your overclock multiplier first, and then raise uncore separately for stability testing. What I am trying to find is answers to what I should do for my own machine or apply principals to follow. I have a 43x multiplier set with 35x uncore. Should I try and check for a higher uncore to get within that 500 MHz range ? Is there even a noticeable difference in raising the uncore to match those ranges. SINS guide says its not really noticed until above 4.5 ghz. I'm just trying to figure out at 43x how important it is to raise the uncore. I know in this particular thread he states in a perfecnt world everyone would be 1:1 ratio. I understand he suggests not everyone should be able to do this, but he still says it would be nice. So does that suggest you do need to change the uncore from 35x to something ? Should I even worry about the uncore as far as speed is concerned ?
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