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Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post

I had read almost half of this thread and what I found is. Everyone is keep repeat same thing over an over. I doesn't sound right or im getting lost more and more. Seems like this platform has the same little auto OC as IB/ SB with different names in uefi settings. Anyone to clarify what is and what's not or different brands.

0n Asus z87

Cpu cache ratio = uncore
Cpu core voltage = Vcore
Cpu cache voltage = ????
What is = Vrin
What is = Vring

Cpu cache voltage = Vring
Input Voltage = Vrin = VCCIN
post #1672 of 19569
I have noticed that the LLC setting effects my particular chip by a lot. Setting it on level 8 require a huge amount of voltage bump while using 1-5 or auto boots into desktop easily. What the heck is going on with this haswell series :-( - Sent from Samsung Mobile Phone ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅡ


From computer

I don't know why i can't get stable it feels like no matter what voltage i change it's just bsod in aida stability test.
If anyone want's to help me i would be so happy to finally reach a stable overclock, i have attached a csv log of the monitoring during bsod.

If anyone helps me become 95% stable with minimum voltages and temps i would not mind to give the person my Grid2 Voucher or something else out of my key collection of games as a thank you.

Use a free csv viewer to watch it, hopefully it will make sense to someone.

Log HWINFO.CSV 4k .CSV file
Edited by Hyolyn - 9/2/13 at 4:09am
post #1673 of 19569
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Originally Posted by Hyolyn View Post

I have noticed that the LLC setting effects my particular chip by a lot. Setting it on level 8 require a huge amount of voltage bump while using 1-5 or auto boots into desktop easily. What the heck is going on with this haswell series :-( - Sent from Samsung Mobile Phone ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅡ


From computer

I don't know why i can't get stable it feels like no matter what voltage i change it's just bsod in aida stability test.
If anyone want's to help me i would be so happy to finally reach a stable overclock, i have attached a csv log of the monitoring during bsod.

If anyone helps me become 95% stable with minimum voltages and temps i would not mind to give the person my Grid2 Voucher or something else out of my key collection of games as a thank you.

Use a free csv viewer to watch it, hopefully it will make sense to someone.

Log HWINFO.CSV 4k .CSV file
it's a bit hard to find your current settings, but let us know where you are at, at the moment.

which multiplier are you aiming for?

first, load bios defaults. save and reboot back to bios.

set the RAM to XMP (if below 1866, else 1333 and auto). then set the core multi to 43x. Vcore to 1.25V. Uncore to 39x (min=max). Ring volts to 1.15V. Input voltage to 1.75V. LLC to level 6. everything else auto.

what do you get?

edit: i really would love to get GRID2 XD
Edited by Anusha - 9/2/13 at 5:00am
post #1674 of 19569
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I have noticed that the LLC setting effects my particular chip by a lot. Setting it on level 8 require a huge amount of voltage bump while using 1-5 or auto boots into desktop easily. What the heck is going on with this haswell series :-(

You probably have VRIN set wrongly, listen to Anusha

Checked file quickly, i don't have anything to read it so basically just entire page of numbers, but try to start out with a lower OC than like 1.35vcore, especially if you can't get stable. Do what you can with 1.25vcore 1.75vrin and uncore low to start out
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Thanks for the reply Darkwizzie. Btw I heard constant crashing and BSODs can eventually corrupt the OS. I heard you REALLY have to crash alot, and push the chip to its limit for it to happen. It won't happen if you only crash like, 10 times

No, that's wrong. It's not the number of times you crash. It can happen with every single one of those crashes. You just have to get unlucky.

Windows 7 and 8, you can check all the files that belong to Windows for corruption. You open a command prompt window as Administrator and use this command:

sfc /scannow

It looks like this in practice:



It will try to replace broken files it finds and will also do something to the registry.
post #1676 of 19569
Vrin 1.75
Vcore 1.328
Uncore 1.150
45 core
35 uncore
1600 ram
Boots me into desktop but is not stable
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Vrin 1.75
Vcore 1.328
Uncore 1.150
45 core
35 uncore
1600 ram
Boots me into desktop but is not stable
go from 43x (@1.25V) and up.

have you even found 43x and 44x stable settings? if you cannot get it stable at 43x, then you cannot get 45x stable. don't think big. get an idea about how your CPU behaves. try to get 43x and 44x 1hr stable in Prime95 (custom blend with 3 mins per test) before moving to 45x. at least then you will have a bottom line to work with.

remember, too much voltage is bad. for 1.328V, with LLC6, you will probably need to up the VCCIN to 1.80V.
Edited by Anusha - 9/2/13 at 6:04am
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If I can't get this to 4.5 I will send it back I didn't pay this much time and money on something that won't even beat my previous cpu. However I'm at 1.30 vcore now and 1.775 vrin I'm not sure what voltages to increase for stability
post #1679 of 19569
Haswell's not an architecture you can throw a bunch of settings at, if you try it like you are you'll be unstable for five different reasons and be unable to fix any of them because you'll never know if you fixed it or not because you're crashing for another reason.

Start out vcore/vrin at 1.25/1.75

if you have no idea what you're doing, just keep +0.5 between them
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That's basically what I have been doing for the last two days I'm very disappointed
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