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That looks pretty high for comfort. I would consider that CPU voltage as degrading.

Yeah I just got bored and was experimenting.

Random Question- anyone know why 1/8 of my cpu-z interface is not showing up? The 'regular' CPU-Z seems to work fine.
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Wait, 2400 MHz ram running at 1.3V? Is that right? It's just that I've never seen rams sticks run like that before.
Sorry, wrong, of course 1.600V
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What do you guys think of a 24/7 OC on 4670K @ 47x core ratio / 1.445 vcore / 1.444 vid / 34x cache ratio / 1.300 cache voltage / 2.15 VCCIN ?
Try not to go above 1.420V on VCore… IMHO
Edited by dervladimir - 4/10/14 at 10:01am
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Yeah I just got bored and was experimenting.

Random Question- anyone know why 1/8 of my cpu-z interface is not showing up? The 'regular' CPU-Z seems to work fine. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

That happens to me on the Asus ROG version of GPU-Z. I've never been able to figure it out. The regular version of GPU-Z works fine for me.
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What do you guys think of a 24/7 OC on 4670K @ 47x core ratio / 1.445 vcore / 1.444 vid / 34x cache ratio / 1.300 cache voltage / 2.15 VCCIN ?
Full load temps peak at 77-79c after 12hrs on prime.. I have an h100i / delidded / lapped / liquid pro.
I'm probably going to keep it at 4.6ghz since temps stay under 70c, but I just wanted to see how far I could go without going over 1.450v and 80c.
Is my 4.7ghz overclock in dangerous territory?

Some people would be very uncomfortable with 1.44+ vcore. I've run mine that high for a short time. I need 1.415 for x47. If I had your chip I'd go down to x46 so I could have lower vcore, lower temps and peace of mind.

However a lot of people run more vcore than you are.
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I need a little help if someone could steer me in the right direction... I have a i7-4770k with MSI G45 mobo and have been trying to follow this guide to get started OCing my first PC, but seems all the terms are different in my OC settings in the BIOS verses what are mentioned in the steps for OCing... sorry for the noob questions but not sure where else to look. Any help is appreciated!! thumb.gif
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What do you guys think of a 24/7 OC on 4670K @ 47x core ratio / 1.445 vcore / 1.444 vid / 34x cache ratio / 1.300 cache voltage / 2.15 VCCIN ?
Full load temps peak at 77-79c after 12hrs on prime.. I have an h100i / delidded / lapped / liquid pro.
I'm probably going to keep it at 4.6ghz since temps stay under 70c, but I just wanted to see how far I could go without going over 1.450v and 80c.
Is my 4.7ghz overclock in dangerous territory?

How are you monitoring vcore?

It is usually ~0.02 over VID, if you have the right sensor (but lots of boards/sensors/programs are funny, i still don't have a clue how most of them work)

I think 1.5vcore for 24/7 is nuts, 1.45 is edgy - i'd probably stay below 1.4 if i wanted to hold clocks for a couple gens and sleep well at night
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can anyone help me? im getting random reboots without BSOD event ID 41 and 6008. I am oc 4.4 4670k + msi G45 mobo. vcore(override) in bios 1.25, vccin 1.950, vring on override at 1.15(x35). The vcore reads 1.272 in HWinfo though. Cstate is on auto, C1E off, cpu ratio dynamic with EIST on. I have been slowly raising the vcore to see if it would fix the random reboot issues. PSU is 2 months old and has never had this problem until i oc so i think i can rule out the psu. It reboots while on load or off load just randomly in general. i cannot replicate the problem at will.
Edited by 808sk - 4/10/14 at 7:53pm
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can anyone help me? im getting random reboots without BSOD event ID 41 and 6008. I am oc 4.4 4670k + msi G45 mobo. vcore(override) in bios 2.25, vccin 1.950, vring on override at 1.15(x35). The vcore reads 2.272 in HWinfo though. Cstate is on auto, C1E off, cpu ratio dynamic with EIST on. I have been slowly raising the vcore to see if it would fix the random reboot issues. PSU is 2 months old and has never had this problem until i oc so i think i can rule out the psu. It reboots while on load or off load just randomly in general. i cannot replicate the problem at will.

Why is your vcore so high?
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can anyone help me? im getting random reboots without BSOD event ID 41 and 6008. I am oc 4.4 4670k + msi G45 mobo. vcore(override) in bios 2.25, vccin 1.950, vring on override at 1.15(x35). The vcore reads 2.272 in HWinfo though. Cstate is on auto, C1E off, cpu ratio dynamic with EIST on. I have been slowly raising the vcore to see if it would fix the random reboot issues. PSU is 2 months old and has never had this problem until i oc so i think i can rule out the psu. It reboots while on load or off load just randomly in general. i cannot replicate the problem at will.

That's a tough problem.

My first observation, your Vcore shouldn't be anywhere near 2.25v. 1.45v is about the highest you should go. Are you maybe looking at another voltage?

As far as stability, if you're not stable at 4.4GHz then go down to 43 and get that stable. Once that's stable, then go up to 44 and only change one variable at a time and retest. Only going higher on your OC once it's stable, and only changing one variable at a time is the best way to get to a stable OC.
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sorry for the error , i meant 1.272 . So there is no other way to figure out the event id 41 and 6008 issues without dropping the oc down? are you guys using cstates? does vdroop have anything to do with this?
Edited by 808sk - 4/10/14 at 7:56pm
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