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So I finally got my overclock stable and I have to say, I'm quite pleased with the results. I didn't mess around with uncore yet, but I'll come by again when I do wink.gif

Here's the form:
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Username: Tuxi
CPU Model: i5 4670K
Core Multiplier: x46
CPU VID: 1.295V
Vcore: 1.309V
Uncore Multiplier: x35
Uncore Voltage: 1.100V
Cooling Solution: Corsair H80i with NF-F12 LNA Push/Pull
Stability Test: Prime95 for ~10h, x264 for ~12h
Batch Number: -
Ram Speed: 1600MHz 9-9-9-24-2T
Ram Voltage: 1.5V
Input Voltage: 1.95V
LLC Setting: AUTO
Motherboard: Gigabyte G1.Sniper M5

And here's a picture of the x264 run, I don't know if the vcore reading from CPU-Z is valid though..
Picture (Click to show)

Edited by Tuxi - 4/2/14 at 5:12am
post #11572 of 19580
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Originally Posted by hks215 View Post

But the cpu vid doesn't drop only on adaptive it does
There is a huge difference I think coz override with c-states on all power savings on the core voltage sits in the cpu ready
To be used by the core but adaptive is the opposite

Er

VID isn't a voltage. You don't have some voltage in your CPU at 1.3v just because VID says 1.3v. That's what the Vcore, Vring, VRIN etc sensors are for.
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Originally Posted by Tuxi View Post

So I finally got my overclock stable and I have to say, I'm quite pleased with the results. I didn't mess around with uncore yet, but I'll come by again when I do wink.gif

Here's the form:
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Username: Tuxi
CPU Model: i5 4670K
Core Multiplier: x46
CPU VID: 1.295V
Vcore: 1.300V
Uncore Multiplier: x35
Uncore Voltage: 1.100V
Cooling Solution: Corsair H80i with NF-F12 LNA Push/Pull
Stability Test: Prime95 for ~10h, x264 for ~12h
Batch Number: -
Ram Speed: 1600MHz 9-9-9-24-2T
Ram Voltage: 1.5V
Input Voltage: 1.95V
LLC Setting: AUTO
Motherboard: Gigabyte G1.Sniper M5

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Grab cpu-z 1.64.0 thumb.gif
Edited by Cyro999 - 4/2/14 at 2:21am
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Grab cpu-z 1.64.0 thumb.gif

Whats the diff?
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Whats the diff?
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And here's a picture of the x264 run, I don't know if the vcore reading from CPU-Z is valid though..

It shows the right vcore sensor with his/her board
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It shows the right vcore sensor with his/her board

Thanks! So vcore is 1.309V and VID is 1.300V according to the CPU-Z 1.64. I'll edit the submission form.
post #11577 of 19580
So turns out, not using S3 seems to have resolved my stability issues. Maximus Hero seems to have some issues w/ this. frown.gif

At least I can has 4.2 Ghz tho!

Thanks for all the help guys, sorry for being such a drag. thumb.gif
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Whats VID on Asus boards?

Noob question but im new on Asus motherboards smile.gif
post #11579 of 19580
Hello people,
Anyone tried with his 4770k with hyperthreading off? or is that a stupid question and is hyperthreading that good rolleyes.gif
I know from my corei7 920 it decreased 12 to 15 degrees celcius.(whenHT was off)
I have 4770k 4.5 core and uncore 4.5 ghz ,tried 4.6 core and 4.6 uncore and 4.7 core and 3.2 ghz uncore. 4.7ghz did felt insane smoothly in everything but the temps are to high on full load.
Around 83 celcius bit scared for that biggrin.gif

Score wise on Cinebench 4.6hgz and 4.6ghz uncore has better score then 4.7ghz and 3.2 and 3.5ghz uncore.
And my 4.5ghz core and 4.5ghz uncore little bit lessor on cinebench then the 4.7ghz.
I want to try hyperthreading off is it worth it to get the 4.7gigahertz without HT?

Sorry for my bad english, but this topic is very usefull and fun to watch other people speeds and settings and the start information is very nice written.
Thanks for that:thumb:
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Originally Posted by pruik6 View Post

Hello people,
Anyone tried with his 4770k with hyperthreading off? or is that a stupid question and is hyperthreading that good rolleyes.gif
I know from my corei7 920 it decreased 12 to 15 degrees celcius.(whenHT was off)
I have 4770k 4.5 core and uncore 4.5 ghz ,tried 4.6 core and 4.6 uncore and 4.7 core and 3.2 ghz uncore. 4.7ghz did felt insane smoothly in everything but the temps are to high on full load.
Around 83 celcius bit scared for that biggrin.gif

Score wise on Cinebench 4.6hgz and 4.6ghz uncore has better score then 4.7ghz and 3.2 and 3.5ghz uncore.
And my 4.5ghz core and 4.5ghz uncore little bit lessor on cinebench then the 4.7ghz.
I want to try hyperthreading off is it worth it to get the 4.7gigahertz without HT?

Sorry for my bad english, but this topic is very usefull and fun to watch other people speeds and settings and the start information is very nice written.
Thanks for that:thumb:

At a low OC, ht on is about 6-8c hotter than HT off for me. If i ramp up the temps, it can become as much as 12-13c hotter (maybe more if i approached 100c, but i don't do that) - assuming vcore is the same

It can be useful to have two profiles, one with HT and one with max 24/7 OC, especially because HT on seems to ask for more vcore sometimes which increases temps further. I'm most comfortable with two profiles, ~45x@1.265+ht, and also 47x@1.39 (without ht) which gives that nice 5% extra on some tasks
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