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It usually increases at roughly the same rate with each 100mhz needing more (but not hugely more until you reach higher voltages)

So do you think I am still good? In regards to voltages..
What would be the max voltages I can go up to, for daily use...
Edited by v1ral - 9/28/15 at 9:24pm
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So do you think I am still good? In regards to voltages..
What would be the max voltages I can go up to, for daily use...

i think 1.2 - 1.45 depending on the usage and how long you want to use the chip for

using it 100% load on all cores 24/7 would apply 168 load hours per month; averaging 50% load on cores for 6 hours a day would apply 21 load hours per month.
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Just overclocked my 4790K, took 1.295v to get to 4.6GHz, x35 uncore frown.gif
    
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Just overclocked my 4790K, took 1.295v to get to 4.6GHz, x35 uncore frown.gif

Why are you sad? That's at worst average-ish. Average for 4770k's was 100mhz worse at the same volts and they were also ~10c hotter.
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Just overclocked my 4790K, took 1.295v to get to 4.6GHz, x35 uncore frown.gif

What are your input and ring voltages? What temps are you getting? what programs are you stressing with?
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I have searched this thread but it seems that no one else is using MSI B85I (non-gaming). Hope its BIOS is similiar to gaming version, so I can get some help here.

It was pretty easy to get to x44 with G3258 @ 1.275. Can't go any higher or make the voltage lower. I think I am confused by the BIOS nomenclature.
Also, my multiplier is not lowering at idle. Its x44 all the time. As soon as I make my multiplier and Vcore voltage to manual, the clocks stay at the same level all the time.
Windows Power Plans wink.gif sorry

Help from a person using an MSI B85I gaming would be highly appreciated. I have attached some bios photos for ease of conversation.



Edited by qhash - 9/29/15 at 10:56pm
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I have searched this thread but it seems that no one else is using MSI B85I (non-gaming). Hope its BIOS is similiar to gaming version, so I can get some help here.

It was pretty easy to get to x44 with G3258 @ 1.275. Can't go any higher or make the voltage lower. I think I am confused by the BIOS nomenclature.
Also, my multiplier is not lowering at idle. Its x44 all the time. As soon as I make my multiplier and Vcore voltage to manual, the clocks stay at the same level all the time.
Windows Power Plans wink.gif sorry

Help from a person using an MSI B85I gaming would be highly appreciated. I have attached some bios photos for ease of conversation.



Ring ratio of auto often has it match the core ratio, which is definitely not what you want. Use hwinfo and check.

Are all b85 boards limited to 1400 mhz ram?
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I think G3258 is, but I am not sure. MSI B85I is advertised as 1600Mhz capable.
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Why are you sad? That's at worst average-ish. Average for 4770k's was 100mhz worse at the same volts and they were also ~10c hotter.

Other overclocks I've seen suggest most are able to hit 4.6 on 1.25-1.27v
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What are your input and ring voltages? What temps are you getting? what programs are you stressing with?

I'm using Intel XTU stress test for 4 hours. Both 1.27 & 1.28 rebooted around 3 hours in.

I tested with a 1.9 VRIN and 1.20 vring. Temps fluctuate between 78-82C
    
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Other overclocks I've seen suggest most are able to hit 4.6 on 1.25-1.27v

Well we have a log of over 100 chips as the basis for this thread (note the title) and you have a very, very normal result

Also when they type in the bios 1.25, they're actually getting 1.27 at load. Regular Haswell averaged 4.5 at 1.3, DC gets there more consistently and has a lot more better results (like yours)
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