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post #1861 of 19637
As a promise I did probe my mobo today and here are the result Idle and under load included screen shot.
Probe points on Asus MVI Formula
Software used
Asus AI suite 3, HWiNFO, HwMonitor & CPU-Z.

IDLE
  1. V-in - 1.75
  2. V-core - 1.37
  3. IO-D - 1.01
  4. IO-A - 1.01
  5. SA - 0.88
  6. RING - 1.26
  7. DRAM - 1.51
  8. PCH - 1.04
  9. PCH-IO 1.50
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Underload
  1. V-in - 1.75
  2. V-core - 1.38
  3. IO-D - 1.02
  4. IO-A - 1.02
  5. SA - 0.88
  6. RING - 1.27
  7. DRAM - 1.51
  8. PCH - 1.04
  9. PCH-IO - 1.50

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post #1862 of 19637
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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

I'm testing my random hypothesis that adaptive voltage/C states may cause slight instabilities when already on the borderline of stability.

Emphasis on random.

Guide is already updated with the things I mentioned before.


Running chess for another night and I will continue to run it for another week or two I think, I've got a lot of chess work to do but I guess it's also a good stress test for being run so long, lol.

That would be interesting, I have always thought that changing my CPU to adaptive improved its stability because I rarely have ever gotten a BSOD after I switch over. Actually the only time I can remember was when I used Aida to test 4.8 GHz and it ran for 5 hours so I switched to Adaptive only to have it fail on a Cinebench run. I have since switched my stability test routine but have never been able to finalize 4.8. But yeah I have noticed several members reporting good stability but then random crashes. I wonder if there is a correlation between these types of crashes.

BTW Wizzie, have you noticed that the majority of members post their VID and not their Vcore, although not everyone. With the results that display both it appears that the FIVR automatically adds around 0.010-0.020V to the VID while at high loads. I am still getting weird readings with HWinfo (still displays 0.000V on idle), but HWMonitor seems to be more believable or accurate.
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Originally Posted by BangBangPlay View Post

That would be interesting, I have always thought that changing my CPU to adaptive improved its stability because I rarely have ever gotten a BSOD after I switch over. Actually the only time I can remember was when I used Aida to test 4.8 GHz and it ran for 5 hours so I switched to Adaptive only to have it fail on a Cinebench run. I have since switched my stability test routine but have never been able to finalize 4.8. But yeah I have noticed several members reporting good stability but then random crashes. I wonder if there is a correlation between these types of crashes.

BTW Wizzie, have you noticed that the majority of members post their VID and not their Vcore, although not everyone. With the results that display both it appears that the FIVR automatically adds around 0.010-0.020V to the VID while at high loads. I am still getting weird readings with HWinfo (still displays 0.000V on idle), but HWMonitor seems to be more believable or accurate.
Thing is, we don't know the actual Vcore. The resolution in software is poor. For example, CPU-Z and others will show 1.248V for both 1.23 and 1.24V. But you know that it makes a noticeable difference in temps.
post #1864 of 19637
which one hsf is better on 4770k?

NH-D14 update or NH-D14 2011 edition
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Originally Posted by rickyman0319 View Post

which one hsf is better on 4770k?

NH-D14 update or NH-D14 2011 edition

This isn't really about heatsinks, so unless someone miraculously has that info or feels like looking it up for you, I'd suggest asking in a different part of the forums. Such as the intel cooling section. Not to sound like an ass, but this thread is for OC-ing not helping people decide on coolers.

Also, unless you just are deadset against water cooling, water cooling will be your best option.
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Originally Posted by rickyman0319 View Post

which one hsf is better on 4770k?

NH-D14 update or NH-D14 2011 edition

They're the same, the 2011 version is for the 2011 socket. It's not a 2011 year version.

LE: It seems that the 2011 edition come with pwm fans.

@jameyscott: play nice, even if it is a OC topic, doesn't mean someone can't ask a question about a cooler.
Edited by pandalin - 9/3/13 at 10:50pm
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MSI Z87-G45 USERS !
CHECK YOUR MSI LIVE UPDATE, BIOS v1.4 IS ONLINE biggrin.gif

Watch out, because saved OC profiles in 1.3 do not work in 1.4, so do the screenshots, or write Your settings on paper tongue.gif
Edited by BrX1991 - 9/4/13 at 12:34am
post #1868 of 19637
Is everyone here purchasing aida or is there some cut down free version?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BrX1991 View Post

MSI Z87-G45 USERS !
CHECK YOUR MSI LIVE UPDATE, BIOS v1.4 IS ONLINE biggrin.gif

Watch out, because saved OC profiles in 1.3 do not work in 1.4, so do the screenshots, or write Your settings on paper tongue.gif

Yeah but only the install exe to flash from windows?
Not the safest way to update your bios.
So i'll wait till they release the rom on the msi site.
post #1870 of 19637
Skyn3t, that looks like a fair bit of vcore for 45x. Im new to this but just in case it helps you, increasing vccin a fair bit helped me to stabilise at 1.32.
unless you are on adaptive, which would make sense with the higher vcore as my mobo does that too.
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