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post #11741 of 19649
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

I only see 175GFlops with this running @ x45..? I then tried whatever IBT version I have @ high which gave same temps but that only peaked @ 130GFlops.

Don't see any improvement either.
It seems less intesive cuz I managed this with this following settings and much better temps =) :

Vcore: 1.275V
Cache: 1.200V
SA: 0.9V
Ev. Input: 1.8V
DRAM: 1.5V
PCH Core: 1.1V
PCH VLX: 1.575V
LLC: Level 6



Edit: I must say that the simple H105 watercooler is doing a great job! Awesome bang for buck cooling system =)

Edit 2: 3DMark 2013 also runs fine =) http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/2867988
Edited by koekwau5 - 4/12/14 at 5:32pm
post #11742 of 19649
Good guide thanks. Glad I found it.
Add me please.

CPU: 4770K
Core Multiplier: 44
CPU VID: 1.270
Vcore: 1.288
Uncore Multiplier: 39
Uncore Voltage: 1.120
Cooling Solution: Enermax Liqtech 240
Stability Test: 1hr Aida, BF4 10 hours
Batch Number: Costa Rica 3334C183
Ram Speed:1866 xmp 9-9-9-24
Input Voltage: 1.950
LLC Setting: Auto
Motherboard: MSI MPOWER

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post #11743 of 19649
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Originally Posted by koekwau5 View Post

Don't see any improvement either.
It seems less intesive cuz I managed this with this following settings and much better temps =) :

Vcore: 1.275V
Cache: 1.200V
SA: 0.9V
Ev. Input: 1.8V
DRAM: 1.5V
PCH Core: 1.1V
PCH VLX: 1.575V
LLC: Level 6



Edit: I must say that the simple H105 watercooler is doing a great job! Awesome bang for buck cooling system =)

Edit 2: 3DMark 2013 also runs fine =) http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/2867988

Well, i just don't see the point in stability testing with a broken version of linpack. If you're using linpack i'd at least get the expected gflops (like 220-240@4.5g) or use something else that'll be much much cooler and allow you to find stability the same
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post #11744 of 19649
First time OC'er and first post on this forum biggrin.gif
Thank you so much for this helpful guide

sethiron
4770k
Core Multiplier: 44x
CPU VID: 1.265
Vcore: 1.28
Uncore Multiplier: 39x
Uncore Voltage: 1.20
Cooling Solution: Noctua NH D-14

Stability Test:
Aida64 (CPU, FPU, cache) for ~8h
x264 Stability Test for ~10h
Realbench Stress Test for ~4h
Haven't tried many games yet, but played an unoptimized WildStar without any issues

Batch Number: Costa Rica 3403A823
Ram Speed: 2400 10-12-12-31-2N
Ram Voltage: stock (1.65)
Input Voltage: Input = 1.8, Eventual = 1.8
LLC Setting: set to level 8, Extreme
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Hero


Aida64 screen capture



x264 screen captures


Edited by sethiron - 4/12/14 at 6:44pm
post #11745 of 19649
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Originally Posted by sethiron View Post

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First time OC'er and first post on this forum biggrin.gif
Thank you so much for this helpful guide

sethiron
4770k
Core Multiplier: 44x
CPU VID: 1.265
Vcore: 1.28
Uncore Multiplier: 39x
Uncore Voltage: 1.20
Cooling Solution: Noctua NH D-14

Stability Test:
Aida64 (CPU, FPU, cache) for ~8h
x264 Stability Test for ~10h
Realbench Stress Test for ~4h
Haven't tried many games yet, but played an unoptimized WildStar without any issues

Batch Number: Costa Rica 3403A823
Ram Speed: 2400 10-12-12-31-2N
Ram Voltage: stock (1.65)
Input Voltage: Input = 1.8, Eventual = 1.8
LLC Setting: set to level 8, Extreme
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Hero


Aida64 screen capture

x264 screen captures



Take screenshots of the 'CMD window' next time, for the x264 test. Because the shots you provided leave room for doubt.., you could have bsod-ed/crash during that last loop...

...just a thought.
Edited by angelotti - 4/13/14 at 5:41am
post #11746 of 19649
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

Well, i just don't see the point in stability testing with a broken version of linpack. If you're using linpack i'd at least get the expected gflops (like 220-240@4.5g) or use something else that'll be much much cooler and allow you to find stability the same

Please try and find the link to your version of LinX.
Now I'm curious to find out =)
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Decided to be a bit more adventurous from my previous 4.2 GHz @ 1.25 V overclock.

After a couple of hours fiddling with voltages and multipliers, I gave up on 4.6 GHz with 4 cores and ended up with 46/46/45/45 turbo at 1.335 V non-AVX.

With AVX, voltage goes to ~1.43 V and my NH-D14 starts spinning up.



Looks like I'm voltage constrained so delidding isn't going to do anything.

Username: Exilon
CPU Model: i7-4770K
Core Multiplier: 45
CPU VID: 1.333
Vcore: 1.34
Uncore Multiplier: 39
Uncore Voltage: 1.15
Cooling Solution: NH-D14
Stability Test: Prime95, 4 hours, OCCT, 10 hours, 48+ hours of general use.
Batch Number: Malaysia L313B574
Ram Speed: 1600 MHz
Ram Voltage: 1.64
Input Voltage: 1.95
LLC Setting: 100%
Motherboard: Asus Z87-PRO
Edited by Exilon - 4/13/14 at 4:47am
post #11748 of 19649
Delidding will still help temps to not shoot up so fast/high
post #11749 of 19649
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Originally Posted by BenJaminJr View Post

Delidding will still help temps to not shoot up so fast/high

Delidded chip with a heavy air cooler is not such a good idea, the pressure is not symmetrical (unless the cooler is vertical and the MB horizontal). The chip might crack at high temperatures. That glue helps even-out the pressure and over a larger area.

high density + high temps + mechanical pressure, might equal to "a disaster"

I’m not talking from experience, but i don’t think that the actual chip itself is supposed to take the weight of a big air cooler. A water block is going to be only 2/300 grams.
post #11750 of 19649
Decided to post here finaly been reading the tread for long time started with sins guide thou.
This is the OC i am using now:
Username:ludkoto
CPU Model:i5 4670k not delided
Core Multiplier: x44
CPU VID: 1.3v (could run it at 1.28 but added 0.02 coz of BF4 smile.gif )
Vcore: 1.32v
Uncore Multiplier: x42
Uncore Voltage: 1.24v
Cooling Solution: CM Seidon 120v
Stability Test: IBT (Standart), XTU (bench + 2h stress test), Aida for 7h,
Cinebench, Realbench the x264 test 10 runs few times and Gaming (BF4, AC4 and some others)
Highest temp i get is from IBT low 90s rest are 70-80C gaming i think lower then 70 around 65C
Batch Number: L335C391
Ram Speed: [1333 haven't bought new one yet smile.gif
Ram Voltage: stock
Input Voltage: 2v
LLC Setting: Extreme
Motherboard: Z87 D3HP
Sorry for not having pic maybe when i have time to test again i'd put one biggrin.gif
I will try x46 latter i think i can get it stable at 1.42v considering i got x45 stable 1.37v (BF4 stable)
My CPU ain't from the good once but works for me since i can't change it i got some other OC profiles witch i've tested if its needed i can post them.
I mainly use the PC for gaming and reg stuff smile.gif
I think my OC is stable if you guys see something wrong shoot smile.gif
Got one quetion can go over then 2.1v for Input voltage like 2.15 ot somethin?
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