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I set it 35/35... still bsod running cinibench Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Vcore....
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i simply set it back to 4.3 with 1.25.... it's stable and runs cool no matter what settings... xmp or no xmp.... 35 ratio or auto ratio... all good.... but let me add to the multi like just 44 and it's a different PC bsoding
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Vcore....

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i simply set it back to 4.3 with 1.25.... it's stable and runs cool no matter what settings... xmp or no xmp.... 35 ratio or auto ratio... all good.... but let me add to the multi like just 44 and it's a different PC bsoding
??

Monitor how long it takes to blue screen. Then add to your Vcore like Blaze is implying. If you see improvement on your stability time before a BSOD then you are heading the right direction. When you add to your core clock and you become unstable then you need to move other settings (like Vcore) to compensate.
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You're aware that you're not actually setting speeds for the individual cores, right? You're actually setting the speeds for when a single core is active, when 2 cores are active, when 3 cores are active, and when 4 cores are active - not the speeds for cores 1, 2, 3, and 4 individually. Just a heads-up there....

It seems I have a lot to learn.

When you say "active", does that mean when the core is enabled in device manager or bios, or when the core has a load?

Next question then. How do I go about testing cores 1,2,3? I've been using Handbrake to test my speeds but handbrake runs on all cores.
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i simply set it back to 4.3 with 1.25.... it's stable and runs cool no matter what settings... xmp or no xmp.... 35 ratio or auto ratio... all good.... but let me add to the multi like just 44 and it's a different PC bsoding
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Monitor how long it takes to blue screen. Then add to your Vcore like Blaze is implying. If you see improvement on your stability time before a BSOD then you are heading the right direction. When you add to your core clock and you become unstable then you need to move other settings (like Vcore) to compensate.

We are talking the 1.25 CPU core voltage I set, correct? If so, that's what I"m saying... I set it as high as 1.29. I was told to not set it past 1.29 (or 1.3 and above) on Haswell without a custom loop. It's not like my Ivy that ran 4.5 @ 1.3v stable on a Corsair H100. Was I told wrong?
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It seems I have a lot to learn.

When you say "active", does that mean when the core is enabled in device manager or bios, or when the core has a load?

Next question then. How do I go about testing cores 1,2,3? I've been using Handbrake to test my speeds but handbrake runs on all cores.

When the core has a load on it. I never really saw the benefit in having them clocked differently, so I never looked into it. You should be able to test using x264, since you can tell it how many threads to use. That would be where I'd start. thumb.gif

The advice that magicsquare gave is right in-line with DarkWizzie's testing methods, so I second that. When you're getting more time before a BSOD, you know you're heading in the right direction. biggrin.gif
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We are talking the 1.25 CPU core voltage I set, correct? If so, that's what I"m saying... I set it as high as 1.29. I was told to not set it past 1.29 (or 1.3 and above) on Haswell without a custom loop. It's not like my Ivy that ran 4.5 @ 1.3v stable on a Corsair H100. Was I told wrong?

As long as you are avoiding dangerous temps you can up the voltage more than that. I would take a glance at the OP and read about his take on voltages. He recommends staying under 1.45-1.5V and obviously staying under danger temps. 85-90C I think. Double check the Original Post.
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We are talking the 1.25 CPU core voltage I set, correct? If so, that's what I"m saying... I set it as high as 1.29. I was told to not set it past 1.29 (or 1.3 and above) on Haswell without a custom loop. It's not like my Ivy that ran 4.5 @ 1.3v stable on a Corsair H100. Was I told wrong?

Set vcore and forget about it, put it at 1.25 manually set uncore to stock. Set voltage mode to manual, XMP it's up to you, I'd put it in if the speeds are 1600Mhz and uncore voltage to 1.15voltages..
Get that Core situated then work trying to get cache to maybe 4000Mhz.
What are you using to stress test.
If you have real bench run 5 instances of the x264 encoding, JUST 5!! if it makes it with cool enough temps run 10 then if that makes it, fun 2 hours of the stress test THEN try and run longer, maybe 25 runs of x264 v2.06 posted in this thread in post 1.
Good luck!

I would stop raising core voltage once you reach 70-75 MAX cause of your cooler
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We are talking the 1.25 CPU core voltage I set, correct? If so, that's what I"m saying... I set it as high as 1.29. I was told to not set it past 1.29 (or 1.3 and above) on Haswell without a custom loop. It's not like my Ivy that ran 4.5 @ 1.3v stable on a Corsair H100. Was I told wrong?

My 4670K does 4.7ghz at ~1.4v, which my H100i is perfectly capable of handling - unless it's almost 100*F outside. So basically, that's my "Winter speed". biggrin.gif My "summer speed" is 4.5ghz @ 1.312v.
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My 4670K does 4.7ghz at ~1.4v, which my H100i is perfectly capable of handling - unless it's almost 100*F outside. So basically, that's my "Winter speed". biggrin.gif My "summer speed" is 4.5ghz @ 1.312v.

If you recall my issues from earlier in the thread, I am now super stable at 4.5Ghz and 1.24v. Haven't had the time to go for gold yet though. So I will be in here with my issues and successes to come.thumb.gif
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