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What it will be the max for the following set up Z87 Hero/4770k/ Kingston 2400MHz 4*4 ? Someone with the same specs to share settings ?
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I am trying a different approach for my 4.9Ghz overclock I have put ram at 1333mhz and using XTU. How viable is XTU?
I did a 9 hour test but failed at the last hour mark*I believe* with the same watchdog error.
Settings started with lower vcore at 1.35 max temps was 83℃.

Questions for you guys, how does x264 and DRY different from each other?
While stress testing I thought x264 is a cool stress test I know compared to p95 and IBT, but how is it a cool stress test? I've reapplied TIM numerous times but off by a few degrees each time.

Should I just stop testing 4.9Ghz and stick to 4.8Ghz or heck even 4.7Ghz.
Should I try and up my cache ratio or up y Ram speeds?

It really depends on what you will be using the PC for. If you will be primarily gaming, IMO 30 min of stressing is enough as games are typically not heavy on cpu. If you will be doing rendering for many hours, then you should stress for a few hours at least. I don't understand your question about x264 and I don't know what DRY is. As has been suggested numerous times, you should use x264, realbench, or occt for stressing. If I were you I would just be happy with 4.8. I got my cache stable to 42x with 4.8GHz core at 1.050 ring. You should set your ram to XMP, unless you want to spend time tweaking it, but XMP was optimal in my case.
post #18243 of 19637
I feel like I have a crappy 5820k, I was only able to get mine up to 3.7 ghz at the stock voltages, is that normal?
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I feel like I have a crappy 5820k, I was only able to get mine up to 3.7 ghz at the stock voltages, is that normal?

I got my old one up to 3.9Ghz or so i believe. That one could do 4.5Ghz 1.215V, 4.625Ghz 1.270V and 4.75Ghz 1.330V. smile.gif
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I feel like I have a crappy 5820k, I was only able to get mine up to 3.7 ghz at the stock voltages, is that normal?

That should be asked in the Haswell-E thread, but saying stock voltage doesn't give us any valuable information. You shouldn't let your mobo determine your voltages if your trying to manually OC, they usually either over or under-volt the core, uncore, and inputs. Set them on manual and figure out what works specifically for your chip and cooler setup as per the guides.
post #18246 of 19637
Thanks guys, I was not aware of the stock voltages determining the chip and being in the wrong club, sorry.
post #18247 of 19637
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Thanks guys, I was not aware of the stock voltages determining the chip and being in the wrong club, sorry.

S'all good. Were here to help. wink.gif
post #18248 of 19637
Have I hit the voltage limit for my 4690k?

4.5Ghz @ 1.275v & 4.1Ghz UC @ 1.130v. Stable under stress programs (8-12 hours) prime95, IntelXTU, OCCT

However pushing 4600mhz @ 1.3v and 3.6Ghz UC @ 1.130v and it fails couple minutes. Applying 1.325v allows me to push prime95 for 20-30 minutes before failing. Adding more input voltage (1.95v) does nothing at all! am I applying the wrong settings to push 4.6Ghz or is it really at the limit of overclocking?



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Have I hit the voltage limit for my 4690k?

4.5Ghz @ 1.275v & 4.1Ghz UC @ 1.130v. Stable under stress programs (8-12 hours) prime95, IntelXTU, OCCT

However pushing 4600mhz @ 1.3v and 3.6Ghz UC @ 1.130v and it fails couple minutes. Applying 1.325v allows me to push prime95 for 20-30 minutes before failing. Adding more input voltage (1.95v) does nothing at all! am I applying the wrong settings to push 4.6Ghz or is it really at the limit of overclocking?
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I would say don't use prime95 and see if you have the same problem with x264 or realbench or even occt.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Unknownm View Post

Have I hit the voltage limit for my 4690k?

4.5Ghz @ 1.275v & 4.1Ghz UC @ 1.130v. Stable under stress programs (8-12 hours) prime95, IntelXTU, OCCT

However pushing 4600mhz @ 1.3v and 3.6Ghz UC @ 1.130v and it fails couple minutes. Applying 1.325v allows me to push prime95 for 20-30 minutes before failing. Adding more input voltage (1.95v) does nothing at all! am I applying the wrong settings to push 4.6Ghz or is it really at the limit of overclocking?
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I would say don't use prime95 and see if you have the same problem with x264 or realbench or even occt.

Sorry forgot to note I've use Intel XTU & OCCT with 4.6Ghz settings and both fail on me. Have not used x264 benchmark as I have no idea where a link is.
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