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post #2911 of 19539
as i read
i got
1.up your multiply slowly
2.test with prime95?? is it oke?

when do i need to up my vcore? or vring or something v v v
i am a newbie and want to learn how to overclock

my hardware
4670k
msi z87 gd65
2x4gb dual chanel 1600mhz corsair--- but still running at 1300
psu hx 650
h100i cooler
please guide me because i am stil confuse even i have read from page 1

will overclock give a better perfomance in game?
post #2912 of 19539
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Originally Posted by [CyGnus] View Post

1.2v for 35 uncore? That is a bit too much i have mine at 1.15v for 40....

Ring isn't just for stabilizing uncore mutli though. Can work down from 1.2, it's just an aggressive and safe value to make sure other stuff works. I had major problems trying to use lower ring values at high clocks, under the assumption that if a certain uncore muli and ring value was stable at 40x, it would also be at 47x, weeks of 0x0101's from that..
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post #2913 of 19539
Yes I often BSOD101 when I suis@4.9GHz for 1.37v Vcore

(Sorry I use google translation to talk ...)
post #2914 of 19539
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Originally Posted by hardiboy View Post

as i read
i got
1.up your multiply slowly
2.test with prime95?? is it oke?

when do i need to up my vcore? or vring or something v v v
i am a newbie and want to learn how to overclock

my hardware
4670k
msi z87 gd65
2x4gb dual chanel 1600mhz corsair--- but still running at 1300
psu hx 650
h100i cooler
please guide me because i am stil confuse even i have read from page 1

will overclock give a better perfomance in game?

Depends on the game to be honest. Some games are very cpu heavy and will benefit a lot from an OC, however some will not due to being very GPU heavy.

As for OCing, reread the first post a few times. As you increase your CPU mutliplier you'll need to increase your vccin or input voltage and your vring or your vcore voltage. What ever multiplier you are shooting for say 4.5ghz try what someone else is stable at using your cpu in the data sheet on the first page. That's how I shaved some time off of finding what my voltage wall was at.
Edited by jameyscott - 9/21/13 at 6:12am
post #2915 of 19539
Guys,

Correct my noobness on this...I never used wPRIME 1.55 before, so I question it's usability as a bench. Plz fill me in.

My bench results, 4770K @ 4.5GHZ @ 1.264 manual volts (actually overshoots to 1.28V during bench), Uncore at 39.




My take:

-It's a short benchmark (in duration)
-It seems to be gentle on temperature generation

So, how representative it is and representative of WUT?
post #2916 of 19539
Hello,

Me, I exceed 4.2GHz only do bench, so stability is not interested me for a long time.

I also use Cinebench to test my oc but never Intelburn Test or OCCT are too violent for my use smile.gif
post #2917 of 19539
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Originally Posted by delavan View Post

Guys,

Correct my noobness on this...I never used wPRIME 1.55 before, so I question it's usability as a bench. Plz fill me in.

My bench results, 4770K @ 4.5GHZ @ 1.264 manual volts (actually overshoots to 1.28V during bench), Uncore at 39.




My take:

-It's a short benchmark (in duration)
-It seems to be gentle on temperature generation

So, how representative it is and representative of WUT?

Take off adaptive. You should not be shooting up that high if you have correctly set it to manual voltage. I personally use Prime95. I cannot help you with the credibility of wPRIME 1.55. However, Prime95 27.9 is a great benchmark if you don't use programs that use AVX2.
post #2918 of 19539
Jamie,

I'm actually set at MANUAL vCORE. It's the only setting I even used on that board actually. So yes my HERO gives me 1.28V during stress tests...my temps are decent (using H100i).
post #2919 of 19539
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Originally Posted by delavan View Post

Jamie,

I'm actually set at MANUAL vCORE. It's the only setting I even used on that board actually. So yes my HERO gives me 1.28V during stress tests...my temps are decent (using H100i).


Just because you are set to manual vcore does not mean it is set to what you set it to. You have to take off adaptive voltage. It's a different setting. At least it is on my motherboard. Your voltage should not be spiking up that much if you are truly set to manual with no offset.
post #2920 of 19539
In the BIOS,

There is one button (to set vCORE) to switch between Auto, Manual, adaptative or OFFSET. Once you select manual ,the other windows all dissapear.
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