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Nah.... Uncore is set to 1,15 at 30. And, with default MHz (34-39?)it barely overstep 1.0 under stress.
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Somebody pleace list some settings for m vi formula z87 to hit 4.6 ghz i cant as soon i run realbench video encoding test the pc is freezing up

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Originally Posted by Mulle1991 View Post

Somebody pleace list some settings for m vi formula z87 to hit 4.6 ghz i cant as soon i run realbench video encoding test the pc is freezing up

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It really just depends on your CPU. There are people hitting 46 at 1.2v and people who can't get to 46 at all. For settings you can look in the OP.

Only try for 46 once you've got 45 completely stable.
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Somebody pleace list some settings for m vi formula z87 to hit 4.6 ghz i cant as soon i run realbench video encoding test the pc is freezing up

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Read first page plz.

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Hi guys again, one technical question. Is it normal, when x264 bench does not show speed and bitrate with each of the loop sometimes? I see only "minus lines" - - -- -- -- -
sometimes in some runs. Others are ok for some reason.

But I can see changing values in window tray. Using Angelotti's x264 bench High priority with log. Thanks.
Edited by Wakizashis - 3/28/14 at 7:56am
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Update: I kept raising core voltage until I could reach stable 4.7Ghz during bf4 gameplay and this was possible with staggering 1.435V!!!! Didn't dare to run stress testing, temperature during gameplay were 65-75.

The weird thing though is I experienced bad frame drop with unigine heaven 4, I think cpu needs more coreV?

To delid or not to delid, that is the question.....



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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
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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.


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Edited by marrawi - 3/28/14 at 10:15am
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Hello all,

This is my first post on these forums. I've been reading through the guide and I've run into a wall. I think I know the answer, but I'm looking for your opinion.

I've got a 4770K running on an ASRock Extreme 9/AC mobo with a custom loop. I have been playing around with the overclocks using this guide as my reference. Btw, huge thanks to the OP for the excellent work he put into this thread. I kept going over the portion where it talks about the difference between Vcore and VID. When I look at HWInfo64, there is no sensor for Vcore. I have poured over all the sensors in the list. It doesn't exist, not in the CPU section nor the motherboard section (motherboard lists: Vccin, +12V, AVCC, +3.3V, VIN4, +5V, VIN6 and 3VSB). The CPU section does list the 4 individual cores for the processor as Core #0 VID, Core #1 VID, etc. If I set my Core voltage mode to Adaptive, the voltages reported in these lines bounces around between .7V and 1.376V. If I set my Core voltage mode to Override, these voltages jump up to 1.376. Vcore override Voltage is set to 1.375. When I put the processor under stress load these values will drop to 1.374 (Vdroop?).

Since I don't have any other Vcore sensor and these voltages follow the voltage that should be applied to the processor instead of being fixed at the VID that I specified in the UEFI, would I be correct in assuming that these voltages are my actual Vcore readings, even though they are listed as VID?

On the positive side of things, I seem to have found a stable 4.9GHz overclock with 1.375 VID and 73 degree average cpu temp, maximum recorded value for one core was 84 with a 75 degree average. This was after a 4 hour Aida64 run. I'm really hoping to hit 5.0 on this CPU. It seems like for once in my life I hit the lotto.

Thanks in advance for any help and opinions.
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You've got a kick ass chip my friend!

From what you said about voltages going from 0.7 to 1.37 it sounds like you have core voltages in adaptive mode, which is fine but i wouldn't bench or stress test with adaptive mode as it can raise voltages even higher than waht you set at UEFI.

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Hello all,

This is my first post on these forums. I've been reading through the guide and I've run into a wall. I think I know the answer, but I'm looking for your opinion.

I've got a 4770K running on an ASRock Extreme 9/AC mobo with a custom loop. I have been playing around with the overclocks using this guide as my reference. Btw, huge thanks to the OP for the excellent work he put into this thread. I kept going over the portion where it talks about the difference between Vcore and VID. When I look at HWInfo64, there is no sensor for Vcore. I have poured over all the sensors in the list. It doesn't exist, not in the CPU section nor the motherboard section (motherboard lists: Vccin, +12V, AVCC, +3.3V, VIN4, +5V, VIN6 and 3VSB). The CPU section does list the 4 individual cores for the processor as Core #0 VID, Core #1 VID, etc. If I set my Core voltage mode to Adaptive, the voltages reported in these lines bounces around between .7V and 1.376V. If I set my Core voltage mode to Override, these voltages jump up to 1.376. Vcore override Voltage is set to 1.375. When I put the processor under stress load these values will drop to 1.374 (Vdroop?).

Since I don't have any other Vcore sensor and these voltages follow the voltage that should be applied to the processor instead of being fixed at the VID that I specified in the UEFI, would I be correct in assuming that these voltages are my actual Vcore readings, even though they are listed as VID?

On the positive side of things, I seem to have found a stable 4.9GHz overclock with 1.375 VID and 73 degree average cpu temp, maximum recorded value for one core was 84 with a 75 degree average. This was after a 4 hour Aida64 run. I'm really hoping to hit 5.0 on this CPU. It seems like for once in my life I hit the lotto.

Thanks in advance for any help and opinions.
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Originally Posted by Frozztt View Post

Hello all,

This is my first post on these forums. I've been reading through the guide and I've run into a wall. I think I know the answer, but I'm looking for your opinion.

I've got a 4770K running on an ASRock Extreme 9/AC mobo with a custom loop. I have been playing around with the overclocks using this guide as my reference. Btw, huge thanks to the OP for the excellent work he put into this thread. I kept going over the portion where it talks about the difference between Vcore and VID. When I look at HWInfo64, there is no sensor for Vcore. I have poured over all the sensors in the list. It doesn't exist, not in the CPU section nor the motherboard section (motherboard lists: Vccin, +12V, AVCC, +3.3V, VIN4, +5V, VIN6 and 3VSB). The CPU section does list the 4 individual cores for the processor as Core #0 VID, Core #1 VID, etc. If I set my Core voltage mode to Adaptive, the voltages reported in these lines bounces around between .7V and 1.376V. If I set my Core voltage mode to Override, these voltages jump up to 1.376. Vcore override Voltage is set to 1.375. When I put the processor under stress load these values will drop to 1.374 (Vdroop?).

Since I don't have any other Vcore sensor and these voltages follow the voltage that should be applied to the processor instead of being fixed at the VID that I specified in the UEFI, would I be correct in assuming that these voltages are my actual Vcore readings, even though they are listed as VID?

On the positive side of things, I seem to have found a stable 4.9GHz overclock with 1.375 VID and 73 degree average cpu temp, maximum recorded value for one core was 84 with a 75 degree average. This was after a 4 hour Aida64 run. I'm really hoping to hit 5.0 on this CPU. It seems like for once in my life I hit the lotto.

Thanks in advance for any help and opinions.

That's strange.

CPU-Z will sometimes show Vcore (sometimes VID) depending on the motherboard. You can also try HWMonitor.
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That's hilarious...not happy w/ 4.6?! I am stuck @ stock right now, lol.
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