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Basically none. You might see the difference in benchmarks and some very CPU intensive tasks, but for normal use the CPU is hardly ever the limiting factor and that small a difference will be meaningless.

He might see a huge, whopping 1 fps difference in CPU intensive games like Starcraft 2, though! tongue.gif
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sc2/twr2/bl2/ps2 (yay 2's!!) will probably get you a bump but you're talking less than 5% clockspeed difference, ie benchmarks only really
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If we go by median overclock that would be 4.6ghz on the dot, I just realized. 1 for the highest and lowest, 3 for second highest and lowest, then 4, at middle 2.
If you also look at median results on my chart regardless of picture verification, that would be the 33rd result, and that also is 4.6ghz.

Do you not wonder why there isn't a "stability" thread for Haswell, if you go by what was created for SB and Ivy then it's surprising because their respective OCing threads didn't cover that.. and no, I don't care what someone says with no evidence [just need to add re: the last point: this isn't directed at you], 4.6giggle is not the average.
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Did you guys say AIDA64 is a decent test for this cpu? does that include the trial version?
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Did you guys say AIDA64 is a decent test for this cpu? does that include the trial version?

I am not a fan of aida64, i could test for hours on end with this but crash in seconds on occt or prime. With aida i could clock up to 4.6 and pass stress for long periods of time, with occt I struggle to get 4.4 stable.
 
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Did you guys say AIDA64 is a decent test for this cpu? does that include the trial version?

It's the recommended test, and yes the trial and extreme is basically the same.
IBT / XTU / AIDA64

If you pass those you are usually good to go, i haven't bsod for a long time now.
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I am not a fan of aida64, i could test for hours on end with this but crash in seconds on occt or prime. With aida i could clock up to 4.6 and pass stress for long periods of time, with occt I struggle to get 4.4 stable.

I have passed prime for a decent time and played several rounds of bf3 during the 3 days use so far, zero problems at my clocks, I have always found bf3 to be an over clock killer, just asking as now trying to drop the vcore and am currently testing with it.
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I have passed prime for a decent time and played several rounds of bf3 during the 3 days use so far, zero problems at my clocks, I have always found bf3 to be an over clock killer, just asking as now trying to drop the vcore and am currently testing with it.

I'm a fan of BF3 MP stress testing as well, it seems to find any of my instabilities. I figure if I can pass multiple hours of bf3 I'm usually pretty good since my machine is a gaming rig not much of anything else.
 
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I'm a fan of BF3 MP stress testing as well, it seems to find any of my instabilities. I figure if I can pass multiple hours of bf3 I'm usually pretty good since my machine is a gaming rig not much of anything else.

When overclocking my fx8320 I could fly through huge pass amounts of Ibt avx etc then would crash in bf3 lol. Only prime gave me bf3 stability. Only needed a short run of prime and never crashed once in bf3.
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Damn my chip is worse then i thought.
Turns out i need an insane amount of vcore and vcin to jump from 4.5 to 4.6


45x core
43x cache/ring
1.28 vcore
1.245 cache/ring
1.890 vcin

46x core
43x cache/ring
1.425 vcore
1.245 cache/ring
2.020 vcin

8 hours prime95(27.9) and XTU stable.
I don't know if that voltage jump is worth the louzy 100mhz.
Temps spikes on prime95 with the 4.6 are to the 99C with a little bit of throttling but average is 89C and XTU's average is around 83C.
Defenitely a subpar chip i do not understand that voltage jump.
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