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Vid is bios voltage setting. Your voltage is safe. But at 1.3v+ you have to change a lot of secondary and tertiary voltages usually. Is your incite locked at around 40x? Try 1.95V input voltage. Then you might need some vsa, iod, ioa, or even extra dram voltage.
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I can't keep 4,8ghz 24/7 stable even with 1.5v so I'm unsure as to what I'm doing wrong or it could just be that my chip will not do it at all sadly but 4.7ghz needs something like 1.35v then 4.73ghz needs 1.44v but thats with some BLCK overclock on top of my 47x.


I have a weird suggestion to try for this. Raise yes i said raise your uncore closer to core. I couldn't get my chip stable past 4.4ghz with stock uncore (i'm used to using core first method, which seems to work 99% of the time) so i just started messing around trying dirrefent things. Keeping my cache 200mhz lower than core gives me best stability i ended up getting even 4.9 stable with 4.7 cache @ 1.42vcore | 2.0 vccin | 1.26 cache. Using 4.7/4.6@ 1.35 for my 24/7

Might work, might not doesn't hurt to try smile.gif
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I have a weird suggestion to try for this. Raise yes i said raise your uncore closer to core. I couldn't get my chip stable past 4.4ghz with stock uncore (i'm used to using core first method, which seems to work 99% of the time) so i just started messing around trying dirrefent things. Keeping my cache 200mhz lower than core gives me best stability i ended up getting even 4.9 stable with 4.7 cache @ 1.42vcore | 2.0 vccin | 1.26 cache. Using 4.7/4.6@ 1.35 for my 24/7

Might work, might not doesn't hurt to try smile.gif

I'll give it a go and see how I do, thought I killed my chip the other day but I loosened my waterblock and it booted up again so it's not dead yet lol. Last time I tried to run at 5ghz before that I ran Cinebench 15.

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@eXistencelies
I would start with turning your ram xmp off and set it to 1600. You don't want to have any power saving options enabled while stress testing. You want consistent power/voltage.

Unicore/cache clock speedshould be right under your primary clock speed. You want to turn off the ratio and set it to the default clock speed(3.5 for I7).

V input is the total power that goes into your mobo. So you can turn up your core voltage and it might not do anything I'd you don't have enough input voltage. Try referring back to the op guide and also YouTube stuff for your specific mobo. I can't help a ton from work. Hope some of these points help.
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Can I get some help on this please?

Ok so I was doing some OCing last night and as of right now I tested 4.5GHz at 1.365v and it crashes under stress testing. I have 1.370v right now, but left without testing it. Will be doing that tonight. Now I have my xmp profile on which I had to down clock my ram to 1866 from 2400 as my mobo (Asus VI Hero) crashes on its stock clocks for some reason. Anyways I am still trying to figure out what you guys mean by uncore and some other stuff mentioned.

Settings as of right now.
Asus VI Hero
I7 4770k
XMP #1
Dram voltage @ 1.65
Dram clock @ 1866
Vcore @ 1.370
CPU @ 4.5GHz

Idle temps seem to be around 32*-35*C on custom loop. Under stress test it gets to 67*C.
Is this voltage safe? What else can I do? Does setting the Cstates to 7 or whatever bring down idle temps?

So looking through the thread more I see this and a lot of it I have no idea where it is under my BIOS settings as it does not say the same thing. Please help me match the names to the names in my Bios settings, please?
I am so lost on the naming and where to find those under the ASUS Bios.
Not your exact board but same terms that will apply to yours .
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Well I'm finally happy! biggrin.gif

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Well I'm finally happy! biggrin.gif


So the trick raising cache worked for you also?
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So the trick raising cache worked for you also?

Sadly no, I simply can't get 4.8ghz stable unless I use up to 1.6v and I really can't justify that.
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anybody here who uses an intel motherboard specially the DZ87KLT-75K for the 4770k?
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Sadly no, I simply can't get 4.8ghz stable unless I use up to 1.6v and I really can't justify that.

Well 4.7ghz ain't too shabby. I'm also using 4.7/4.6 @ 1.38 for my 24/7. I got it stable 4.9ghz but im not comfortable going over 1.45vcore so im sticking with this for my daily usage.
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