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Originally Posted by Anusha View Post

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.
where did you heaa that? 4770k reaches a score of 9 at 4.2GHz i believe.
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 The Storm View Post

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

Well i probably got it all wrong but on the front page it showed this;



So i guess i confused it somehow?

I'll go try the 1.185 for Input and LLC
post #1552 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Hyolyn View Post


Well i probably got it all wrong but on the front page it showed this;



So i guess i confused it somehow?

I'll go try the 1.185 for Input and LLC
that's 4670k
post #1553 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Anusha View Post

that's 4670k

So i did get it wrong (><).
However i can't really get it stable i'm going tired on this.

CPU Input V: 1.80 (Tried all the way up to 1.90)
CPU Vcore: 1.355 (Tried all the way up to 1.360)
Vring/Uncore: 1.60 (Tried all way up to 1.75)

Still bsod within the first couple of minutes in aida and temps are reaching 92c
What am i doing wrong?
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Originally Posted by Hyolyn View Post

So i did get it wrong (><).
However i can't really get it stable i'm going tired on this.

CPU Input V: 1.80 (Tried all the way up to 1.90)
CPU Vcore: 1.355 (Tried all the way up to 1.360)
Vring/Uncore: 1.60 (Tried all way up to 1.75)

Still bsod within the first couple of minutes in aida and temps are reaching 92c
What am i doing wrong?
VRING 1.6v????? OMG i hope that's a typo.
max should be 1.35V. even that is stretching it too far.
keep it at 1.15 and set the uncore to 35x.
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Sorry I meant 1.060(bios) 1.106 in hwmon



Even when i know intel's way better then my old amd i miss it's easy overclocking, reaching 4.6+ was not hard at all (u~u;)
Edited by Hyolyn - 9/1/13 at 6:26am
post #1556 of 19539
Hi can someone tell me is it my i7-4770k @ 4.2 on 1.1 vcore worth delid? Sorry for english wink.gif
Thnx for all advice.
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Originally Posted by OkruT View Post

Hi can someone tell me is it my i7-4770k @ 4.2 on 1.1 vcore worth delid? Sorry for english wink.gif
Thnx for all advice.

if if is stable enough, sure no problem.
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Hi can someone tell me is it my i7-4770k @ 4.2 on 1.1 vcore worth delid? Sorry for english wink.gif
Thnx for all advice.
it's your choice. if you have good cooling, first try to clock the CPU higher and see how good of a chip that is.

for example, i'm stuck at 4.3GHz at 1.24V. i need more than 1.3V for 4.4 which i'm not comfortablbe with even with a delid. 1.3V for 22nm seems like a lot of volts. not to mention the massive power draw increase for such a small increase in performance.

at 1.24V, my CPU runs cool enough with almost no fan noise. for me, i don't really need a delid.

if you can clock your CPU to 4.7GHz-ish with 1.35V or less, then it is a CPU worth delidding because at 4.7GHz, 1.35V seems allowable.
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there is something wrong with my cpu or cooler.

I try optimized default on the bios. when I tried to do prime95, it go up to 100C very quickly.

please help me.
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post #1560 of 19539
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Originally Posted by rickyman0319 View Post

there is something wrong with my cpu or cooler.

I try optimized default on the bios. when I tried to do prime95, it go up to 100C very quickly.

please help me.

You delidded and have CLU and AS5, right? That's what I guess from some other posts of yours I remember.

Try finding pictures of people showing how their CPU looked after delidding and putting CLU on the die and underside of IHS. Compare this to what you see and have done with your CPU.

Cleaning the old glue off is important. That might be a mistake. Using too much CLU or too little is also not so good.

For the AS5 and the cooler, try finding youtube videos and again compare to what you have done and how your stuff looks.
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