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You can use a non complaint powersupply right? Just disable those C states?
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Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post

You can use a non complaint powersupply right? Just disable those C states?

You should be able to by disabling C6/7,but supposedly you can also just hook a fan to the PSU with a molex to fan connector and it'll pull enough power to make the PSU work correctly.
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You can use a non complaint powersupply right? Just disable those C states?

You should be able to by disabling C6/7,but supposedly you can also just hook a fan to the PSU with a molex to fan connector and it'll pull enough power to make the PSU work correctly.
Who doesn't have a Molex fan plugged in? O.0

Can anybody vouch for it?
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So i've noticed some very strange things, to me at least since i'm still rather new to Intel.
I've managed to boot into desktop, actually writing this right now as i test it.

My settings are manual voltages, rest is set on auto.

45/35 (Core/Uncore)
Uncore Voltage - 1.080
CPU Input Voltage - 1.880
CPU VCore - 1.340

Now to the weird part, it won't boot when set LLC to Level 8, however Level 5 is fine. (o.o?)
It won't pass that long in AIDA64 like this, and also what i found weird is that other 4770K's reach scores like 7.8 - 7.9 in cinebench with the same multips while i reach 9.68 with mine also my ram is only set at 1330 1.5V (1600 1.65V Native), i've got the latest batch from intel (i think) becuase nobody else has been posting anything about them anywhere.

Could someone try to explain what's up?
If you also would be kind to tell me how average my clock / volt is, should i RMA?
Other notes, it's not delid and it's a z87 tuf motherboard.


Edited by Hyolyn - 9/1/13 at 3:33am
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Now to the weird part, it won't boot when set LLC to Level 8, however Level 5 is fine. (o.o?)
that's a weird one. what if you lower the input voltage (to say 1.85V) and ise LLC level 8? (because it should give around about the same effective input voltage.
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It won't pass that long in AIDA64 like this, and also what i found weird is that other 4770K's reach scores like 7.8 - 7.9 in cinebench with the same multips while i reach 9.68 with mine
where did you heaa that? 4770k reaches a score of 9 at 4.2GHz i believe.
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If you also would be kind to tell me how average my clock / volt is, should i RMA?
Other notes, it's not delid and it's a z87 tuf motherboard.

why do you want to RMA again? i don't think my 4770K will run stably at 4.5/1.34V. your CPU is better than mine.
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Originally Posted by Hyolyn View Post

So i've noticed some very strange things, to me at least since i'm still rather new to Intel.
I've managed to boot into desktop, actually writing this right now as i test it.

My settings are manual voltages, rest is set on auto.

45/35 (Core/Uncore)
Uncore Voltage - 1.080
CPU Input Voltage - 1.880
CPU VCore - 1.340

Now to the weird part, it won't boot when set LLC to Level 8, however Level 5 is fine. (o.o?)
It won't pass that long in AIDA64 like this, and also what i found weird is that other 4770K's reach scores like 7.8 - 7.9 in cinebench with the same multips while i reach 9.68 with mine also my ram is only set at 1330 1.5V (1600 1.65V Native), i've got the latest batch from intel (i think) becuase nobody else has been posting anything about them anywhere.

Could someone try to explain what's up?
If you also would be kind to tell me how average my clock / volt is, should i RMA?
Other notes, it's not delid and it's a z87 tuf motherboard.
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I am not sure about all your other questions but I did a quick 4.5 overclock and ran cinebench multiple times and averaged 9.88
 
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/CRY

I just ran the new version of prime95 "didn't know there was a newer one, mine was a few months old" and I had to bump the mhz down to 4.3 from 4.4 to be stable with decent temps. This newer version also runs 10-15C hotter than the older one. I can still pass IBT and AIDA64 with 4.5 under 1.3V all day long but not even close on prime. Haswell is a pos to OC with... It fights you every step of the way like a whiny brat that doesn't want to get in the car.
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/CRY

I just ran the new version of prime95 "didn't know there was a newer one, mine was a few months old" and I had to bump the mhz down to 4.3 from 4.4 to be stable with decent temps. This newer version also runs 10-15C hotter than the older one. I can still pass IBT and AIDA64 with 4.5 under 1.3V all day long but not even close on prime. Haswell is a pos to OC with... It fights you every step of the way like a whiny brat that doesn't want to get in the car.
Which Prime95 version is that? 27.9 or 28.1 (not sure it is released yet, this would hopefully be using AVX2).

same here. 4.4 is stable in Prime 26.6. not in Prime 27.9 which used AVX. had to drop to 4.3 frown.gif
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Which Prime95 version is that? 27.9 or 28.1 (not sure it is released yet, this would hopefully be using AVX2).

same here. 4.4 is stable in Prime 26.6. not in Prime 27.9 which used AVX. had to drop to 4.3 frown.gif

Using 28.1 now, that thing is brutal. At 4.3 my 4770k perfectly breaks even with my old 3770k that ran 4.6 at 1.2V. Sad sad

Edit: and I've already tried a second chip which was worse than this one. Poor luck
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Its a Standard chip these days. If u can do 4.6 under 1.4v u fall into standard / average category
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