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post #18691 of 19637
Hello,

I just overclocked my 4690k to 4.7ghz with stats: vcore 1.255 uncore 1.050 input 1.900 Dram 1.625 (overclocked to 1866 from 1600 with 9-10-10 latency) llc auto. Also worth mentioning im running it on air Noctua nhu-u9s. Temps being under 80C on OCCT cpu stress test. Also i have run occt for 3 hours.

Was wondering if this is something to add to the sheet? Also is some other stability test necessary for getting noted?
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Thanks for responding.

I haven't touched anything but core clock and core voltage. I haven't seen anyone have to do that do reach 4.5GHz. When I go over 1.3v in by BIOS the number turns red. Could there possibly be a setting that restricts voltage?
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4690k_4.7ghz.JPG 164k .JPG file

is it safe to call it s table?
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My searches through the posts and reading the guide have shown that VRing is safe up to 1.25V, but I haven't found definitive numbers for the other voltages. Is there a post I am missing? Back in the day, I assembled the safe voltages for the i7-920 (see link in my signature), so I'm looking for something similar here for my i7-5930k.
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My searches through the posts and reading the guide have shown that VRing is save up to 1.25V, but I haven't found definitive numbers for the other voltages. Is there a post I am missing? Back in the day, I assembled the safe voltages for the i7-920 (see link in my signature), so I'm looking for something similar here for my i7-5930k.

From what I can tell, if you have adequate cooling, up to 1.35 is safe. Not sure about input voltage, though I would assume 2.10v like the haswells. As for a link that shows this information in one spot, I couldn't find one, only suggestions on threads.
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My searches through the posts and reading the guide have shown that VRing is save up to 1.25V, but I haven't found definitive numbers for the other voltages. Is there a post I am missing? Back in the day, I assembled the safe voltages for the i7-920 (see link in my signature), so I'm looking for something similar here for my i7-5930k.

From what I can tell, if you have adequate cooling, up to 1.35 is safe. Not sure about input voltage, though I would assume 2.10v like the haswells. As for a link that shows this information in one spot, I couldn't find one, only suggestions on threads.
From what I have read, there are three voltages to deal with: Core voltage, Uncore voltage, and Input voltage. Am I missing anything? I found at least one post that says 1.2V is what they are using for the core voltage. I guess I just need someone that has a stable overclock to note their settings so I can use those as a goal when I start to play around today.
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From what I have read, there are three voltages to deal with: Core voltage, Uncore voltage, and Input voltage. Am I missing anything? I found at least one post that says 1.2V is what they are using for the core voltage. I guess I just need someone that has a stable overclock to note their settings so I can use those as a goal when I start to play around today.

1.35v max was for core if you can keep temps below 80C under stress test. No reason to go above 1.20v vring, trying to keep your uncore multiplier as high as your core yeilds very little performance increase.
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From what I have read, there are three voltages to deal with: Core voltage, Uncore voltage, and Input voltage. Am I missing anything? I found at least one post that says 1.2V is what they are using for the core voltage. I guess I just need someone that has a stable overclock to note their settings so I can use those as a goal when I start to play around today.

1.35v max was for core if you can keep temps below 80C under stress test. No reason to go above 1.20v vring, trying to keep your uncore multiplier as high as your core yeilds very little performance increase.
Would you agree with 2.10V for input voltage max, then? Also, am I missing any voltages in my post above? I don't see any others listed in the overclocking guide on the first post. It seemed to me there were a lot more voltages available in my BIOS, though, so I am being cautious.
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I have a 4690k oc working good at 1.250v.Now I am dropping the volts on cache uncore volts.What is the best stressor to find stability in with the core cache. Is x264 good to run for stressing cache.
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Would you agree with 2.10V for input voltage max, then? Also, am I missing any voltages in my post above? I don't see any others listed in the overclocking guide on the first post. It seemed to me there were a lot more voltages available in my BIOS, though, so I am being cautious.

Yes, 2.10v is the top for input. You may want to double check in the == Haswell-E Overclock Leaderboard & Owners Club ==
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