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post #2561 of 19603
ty, I have corrected.
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Trying to stabilize 4.6 ghz. I think my cpu just takes more voltage. I have tried many things, only altering one voltage at a time and still am met with results that indicate more vcore is needed. At the moment, running AIDA64 and its running ok. Took 1.376 on the vcore right now. Not delid it yet, have everything to do it i'm just nervous about it. Temps are spiking in mid 80's, fans are running at about 60% on my loop.

Anyone else with the maximus vi extreme have tips?
post #2563 of 19603
I will try 4.6ghz when I come back.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rickyman0319 View Post

I will try 4.6ghz when I come back.

This might help you out some...the higher the uncore the higher your vcore is going to be for example...4.6ghz \ uncore 4.1ghz may only require a vcore of say 1.25v uncore 1.15v

However with 4.6ghz and uncore of 4.5ghz you might need say 1.3-1.33v with uncore around 1.25-1.3v....

However with the uncore closer you will see slight perf. increase in certain apps and also guarantess no bottleneck.
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post #2565 of 19603
Understand what your saying there. With two voltages to play with at the same time how do you determine which one to increase/decrease? Is it a case of finding a stable cpu o/c you're happy with, finding the highest stable uncore within a certain voltage range then slowly bringing one voltage up at a time to increase uncore?

In my case i've settled on a 4.8Ghz o/c that requires 1.245v (VID), 1.265v (vcore) to be XTU stable. I'm now trying to bring up the uncore to suit. Initially i set VCCIN above the voltage required by the 4.8 from 1.9v to 2.0v, set vrin to the same as vcore and worked from a 1:1 backwards. I'm now at x45 uncore although this one i worked up from 1.2v, 1.22v and now testing with XTU at 1.24v (1.26v reading from the mobo). Vcore i've not touched at all.

Cyro - How did you go about establishing the correct VCCIN/VRIN when there's two factors at play?
Edited by Doug2507 - 9/14/13 at 12:35pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Clexzor View Post

This might help you out some...the higher the uncore the higher your vcore is going to be for example...4.6ghz \ uncore 4.1ghz may only require a vcore of say 1.25v uncore 1.15v

However with 4.6ghz and uncore of 4.5ghz you might need say 1.3-1.33v with uncore around 1.25-1.3v....

However with the uncore closer you will see slight perf. increase in certain apps and also guarantess no bottleneck.

From my experimenting, uncore did not effect how much vcore I needed, more uncore for me meant I needed more vring only to stabilize. That could have just been my situation though and not correct for the general pop.
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post #2567 of 19603
Well 1.26v under load for 4.4ghz LinX AVX 2 stable.

Those of you getting crazy low voltages and high overclocks I am telling you it isn't truly stable in the sense the CPU can do everything. AVX2 Linpack and 28.1 Prime95 will probably crash you almost instantly.

Im noticing though that my Uncore on my Gigabyte board won't go higher than 38x? Which is driving me nuts. Is this a glitch or something?
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From what i've learnt, very quickly in the last few days, is that stability is all dependant on the task at hand. I'll crash no problem running 28.1 i'm sure but i'll quite happily game on it 24/7 with no issue.
post #2569 of 19603
I'm running AIDA again 5 hours and still going , I just don't like the offset in this new platform the spike voltage is huge when it need a bit of voltage

from 4.5Ghz @ 1.36v when stress test with AIDA it does jump to 1.488v and keep up there. if I go manual mode voltage never goes above 1.36v at the same core clock 4.5Ghz.

I had try many options on my mobo to keep the spike voltage to 1.36v ot even 1.4 let's say but 1.488v is too much.

Like i posted it here before I do like the offset mode when it keep's my voltage low and my idle at less than 1Ghz for reading is perfect but for everyday i don't like it at all. I thought i was missing something but looks like it is they way it is.

any input to make it more clear would be nice.
thanks for all replay guys.
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Okay guys, I have something that has been really bothering me. I hope somebody can shed some light

My 4670k keeps fluctuating between 4.3 and 4.5ghz.....This is using the newest CPU-Z and Prime95 blend....I have it set in the UEFI as 45x and 100 BCLK. What could be going on? Somebody suggested I switch from "balanced" to "high performance" in the windows power profile....This actually did WORK and now CPU-Z is showing it pegged at 4.5ghz during P95.....but I obviously don't want to run "high performance", because that is inefficient. Is there something in the UEFI or something to fix this problem? The OCD is killing me...even though I most likely won't see any performance loss.

Oh and btw, I've seen this happen to another Z87 setup I built 2 months ago....it fluctuated as well....I know a few others in this thread reported seeing this too....but its mostly rare from the 50+ pages in this thread.
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