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I need some help OCing my i5-4670K. My mobo is Z87-G43 GAMING. When I set CPU voltage to 1.3 and over, the text turns read? Why does this happen, and does it mean that, for instance, 1..30 for 4.4Ghz would be dangerous with that CPU and mobo? I'm new to this game.. biggrin.gif Help appreciated.

My g45 does the same thing. It doesn't mean anything, they just do that to show you what they think is getting unsafe. Think of it as a car redlining. that voltage seems high for 4.4ghz, though.
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I also need some assistance. Coming from AMD, but I thought I researched and read up enough to get this stable. Have a 4770k in the asus maximus extreme, to get 4.5 ghz to even get to windows it takes 1.3 volts on vcore. Also, how do I get the VID to be above the vcore? I have tried various settings but I see in the guides it recommends staying 0.5 above, for example, currently at 4.5 ghz my "CPU VCORE" is at 1.296 V where my "VID" is at 1.301 V.

Edit: heres a validation link: http://valid.canardpc.com/2899909

On full custom water loop with 3 radiators. Not delid yet. Load temps are mid to upper 60's.
Edited by bond32 - 9/14/13 at 8:02am
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1.3vcore is really high for haswell, won't blow you up but it's hard to run more in terms of heat

start out with something like max or second highest level VRIN llc, 1.76vrin, 1.25vcore, 1.15 ring, 34x uncore manual (not 35x or auto) and see what core multiplier you can do on it using x264 benchmark 5.0.1 as a basic stress test IMO
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Also, how do I get the VID to be above the vcore? I have tried various settings but I see in the guides it recommends staying 0.5 above

They're talking about the VRIN or integrated voltage regulator input voltage, not VID
Edited by Cyro999 - 9/14/13 at 8:08am
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Do you know how I can set the VRIN on asus boards? I believe it is "eventual input voltage" but I could be wrong.
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Not sure what the options are sorry. I think they've got something for like a starting input voltage for boot, and eventual for when you hit windows. I don't see any real reason for having them different for normal air level overclocking
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Thanks for the help, +rep
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Np and gl. Too high or low input voltage seems to both be suboptimal (at least in my testing at a few values) (:
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How could I run 8 threads? I am on a 4670k not a 4770k biggrin.gif
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Short video of my 4770k with the loop I just built for anyone interested.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL35Ir9eYGw&feature=youtu.be
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x264 benefits largely from it. Programs using avx to run faster typically don't run it in anywhere near the same way as linpack or even prime do though, you don't even see a notable temperature elevation for avx2, while avx off vs avx2 in linpack can be 30c or even more
Pretty small, depends on application. I'd expect 4.7ghz core, 3.4ghz uncore to be slower than 4.6ghz core, 4.5ghz uncore maybe. If you're cinebenching on realtime priority, you should see.


my chip 10.2 @ 4.6 y temp?? http://i.imgur.com/32Hbata.jpg

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