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Updating my entry

Username:Kinzx

CPU Model:4770k

Core Multiplier: 46

CPU VID: 1.35

Vcore: 1.351

Uncore Multiplier:43

Uncore Voltage:Set 1.195 in bios but HW info read as 1.232

Cooling Solution:H100

Stability Test: 10 hours xtu, 24 pass of x264 - froze at pass 25, AutoCAD/Vray/Bentley/Rhino render 3 to 24 hours, Folding 2 hours, gaming WoW/D3/LOL/Crysis 3/BF3 - 3 hours average weekend

Batch Number: Malay L307B239

Ram Speed: XMP 1866 timing 9,11,9,27 command rate 2T

Ram Voltage: xmp 1.65

Input Voltage: 1.95

LLC Setting: No such setting on my board

Motherboard: MSI Z87 mpower bios version 1.8

I have been running at these setting since October. Heat was always my issue, was cold enough that I was able run some stress test with windows open and pic of some benchmark, pic was before I dialed in ram speed and uncore. Set x264 for 25 run and froze on 24th run so didn't get SS, error code 119 pointed to a gfx driver though which I find weird. I never had a problem with my xmp and could oc my ram to 2400 with everything on auto but timing was like 13,15,13, 35 if I remember correctly and it does show an improvement using geekbench and super pi to benchmark. I also notice that over 4.3 ghz uncore I needed to increase uncore voltage 1.25 and higher in bios so always sticking to 4.3 ghz.

Also able to run at 4.7 with only vcore changed to 1.385.

Stable enough for my needs and never had blue screen or reboot when in use.
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Hi guys,

I ask again about 101 BSOD. What is this concretly refering to? I am pretty 100% sure it is not related with Uncore and RAM. Thinking it is Input Voltage, too low or high, not sure atm though. Has anyone deeper knowledge about this error? There is so many things on the net, it is hard to tell what is right and what is not. Thanks.
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Hi guys,

I ask again about 101 BSOD. What is this concretly refering to? I am pretty 100% sure it is not related with Uncore and RAM. Thinking it is Input Voltage, too low or high, not sure atm though. Has anyone deeper knowledge about this error? There is so many things on the net, it is hard to tell what is right and what is not. Thanks.
vcore bump will get rid of that.
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vcore bump will get rid of that.

That is, what I am not sure about. When I had low voltage (used 1,26 with 4,6 GHZ; Input 1,770) i had BSOD 124 after several hours encoding x264. With pumping vcore to 1,3V/Input 1,9V - and lowering, I crash much faster - error 101, like in hour. And because I have read DarkWizzles point of no stability problem with higher vcore than is needed, I assumed it is more problem of wrong Input Voltage.

Could be totally off and wrong of course.
Edited by Wakizashis - 3/27/14 at 4:13am
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Originally Posted by Wakizashis View Post

That is, what I am not sure about. When I had low voltage (used 1,26 with 4,6 GHZ; Input 1,770) i had BSOD 124 after several hours encoding x264. With pumping vcore to 1,3V/Input 1,9V - and lowering, I crash much faster - error 101, like in hour. And because I have read DarkWizzles point of no stability problem with higher vcore than is needed, I assumed it is more problem of wrong Input Voltage.

Could be totally off and wrong of course.

I woulnt judge it by how fast one program bsod unless it was running it for hours on end at one setup and then it bsods in less than minute on the next.

Prime95 or w/e you stability tested with is not running in a vacuum. There are other things running in the background that can trigger bsod in combination if not stable.

I never experienced too much voltage inducing bsod. It only added un needed heat.

You can try 2.00 input and 1.350vcore and slowy go down .005volts to find your sweet spot. I think you are very close.
Edited by Wirerat - 3/27/14 at 5:23am
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I woulnt judge it by how fast one program bsod unless it was running it for hours on end at one setup and then it bsods in less than minute on the next.

Prime95 or w/e you stability tested with is not running in a vacuum. There are other things running in the background that can trigger bsod in combination if not stable.

I never experienced too much voltage inducing bsod. It only added un needed heat.

You can try 2.00 input and 1.350vcore and slowy go down .005volts to find your sweet spot. I think you are very close.

I was using the same stress SW and many atempts. But I will try your idea, though NH-D14 wont be that happy about that.
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I was using the same stress SW and many atempts. But I will try your idea, though NH-D14 wont be that happy about that.
watch temps closley. Good luck!!
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watch temps closley. Good luck!!

Will surely do. AIDA with FPU could do ugly 90° C spikes, so I assume I still should be relatively fine with x264.
post #11459 of 19637
Hi guys,

Wanted to share my 4770k (Costa Rica, batch: 3332B788) Which I am not entirely happy with. I could get it to 4.6Ghz stable, 4.7Ghz seems to be impossible (unless I am doing something wrong).

This is actually my second chip, the first I got was Malaysia :L324C017 which was an absolute crap, couldn't get 4.4 on that sucker.

I'll start first with my specs:

CPU: 4770K (CR: B#3332B788)
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Formula
Mem: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB DDR3 2133 (PC3 17000) @ 1.6V
Video card: 2x EVGA 780 Ti (Custom bios, 1316Mhz/1900Mem @ 1.212)
HDD: Samsung 830 SSDs 2x120GB Raid 0
Cooling (custom loop): XSPC D5 res/pump > Motherboard "CrossChill" water block > XSPC EX360 Rad #1 > XSPC Raystorm CPU block > XSPC EX360 Rad #2 > EK FC780 full VGA block #1 > EK FC780 full VGA block #2 > Swiftech MCP35X Pump > XSPC RX240 Rad #3 > back to XSPC D5 res/pump.


Bios settings:










Stress testing/temps:




During my attempts to get 4.7Ghz, I kept all settings as is and I was increasing core voltage by 0.005 increments, I hit 1.370 and still BSODed. Any suggestions is much appreciated.


For fun, here is some pictures of my little fridge as my wife calls it:



Edited by marrawi - 3/27/14 at 12:32pm
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Originally Posted by Wakizashis View Post

That is, what I am not sure about. When I had low voltage (used 1,26 with 4,6 GHZ; Input 1,770) i had BSOD 124 after several hours encoding x264. With pumping vcore to 1,3V/Input 1,9V - and lowering, I crash much faster - error 101, like in hour. And because I have read DarkWizzles point of no stability problem with higher vcore than is needed, I assumed it is more problem of wrong Input Voltage.

Could be totally off and wrong of course.

clock_watchdog was plaguing me for a bit too. Try dropping your uncore cache and voltage
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