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Okay, so I just entered the Haswell world 2 days ago and been reading into a lot of the tips and guides here. i must say I am the out-most grateful. Without out the great guides, the excellent footwork and user feedback in the OP I would been at this for ages. Now by no means am I pro at Haswell or any processor and its overclocking capabilities. I am just an enthusiast who likes to push these chips past a certain reasonable threshold. I now have a much better understanding of the 4770k Haswell CPU from the OP, but I am still a work in progress and so is my set up.. It really is a great starting guide and very thorough.

Anyways I started overclocking taking tips from here and there and I got to a point where I think I am happy ATM. I have tried initially jumping into my old overclocking ways of Sandy but I already knew of the Ivy bridge chipset and its gains and drawbacks; meaning I heed the warning that to much EMF or Frequencies to fast could yield poor results and or kill your CPU. Anyways that aside I started upwards in Auto overclocking which yielded a decent 4.2ghz. But like most overclockers' who want just a little more I am not easily satisfied with this result, but I am not an extreme overclocker either.

-I have been doing different benchmark tests(AIDA,INTEL BURN TEST x264, cinebench 11.5 will try some others later) and testing different methods in the bios. First thing I did was find some stable vcore and I was having trouble until I saw this thread discussing the cache ratio of a frequency of 3.5ghz for my I7 4770k. Awesome solved some issues right there and it has stayed there for now. After that I found my Vcore in the area of 1.265V at 4.5GHZ stable. I was monitoring the manual vcore and it never changed while of course Adaptive would push my turbo core voltage setting up to 1.360v and I got some 90+ temps with an h100i. Not a good overclock for me and AIDA was thermal throttling up to 13% due to the heat obviously. At a set manual voltage it remained stable and much cooler around 72c on the cpu. Next up is a setting I am more familiar with from the Sandy days is manual offset mode. I heard from JJ's video you loose some stability benefits, but I am not sure what that is. In Offset+ .90 mode I still see an increase in Vcore to about 1.330v under stress testing. I noticed that the LLC goes to level 8 on the ASUS SABERTOOTH Z87 in auto but I don't know if this indirectly/directly pushes the systems vcore. I am curious to why the vcore goes higher past my offset of 1.265v vcore. Anyways I am stable ATM and will due more testing then move up to 4.6ghz to see if this chip reference manufacturer # Malay L315B354 can get higher results without to much heat compromise.

-Anyways this is an awesome website and community ; I have a lot of respect for all the helpfulness and contributions made by its members. pz. smile.gif
post #3152 of 19540
Geez I got screwed on the silicon lottery...

I can only manage 4.3 1.21v LLC Extreme. IBT brings max temp to 84c and I have a fairly nice custom loop, EK Supremacy clean CSQ, MCP655, 360mm rad, 6 Courgar V12HP and IC Diamond thermal paste applied centrally in a pea sized drop.

Anything higher requires about 1.3+ vcore... and that rockets my temps up...

Batch 315B371
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^What VRIN's are you using, also LLC is for VRIN, not for vcore
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Originally Posted by Eeyore888 View Post

Geez I got screwed on the silicon lottery...

I can only manage 4.3 1.21v LLC Extreme. IBT brings max temp to 84c and I have a fairly nice custom loop, EK Supremacy clean CSQ, MCP655, 360mm rad, 6 Courgar V12HP and IC Diamond thermal paste applied centrally in a pea sized drop.

Anything higher requires about 1.3+ vcore... and that rockets my temps up...

Batch 315B371

That's with a manual static voltage? Adaptive mode seems to kill my threshold quick. I seem to be getting better results in + offset. I am actually testing @ 4.6ghz with aida ATM. I think 4.5 is going to be my sweet spot for longevity and thermal temps. I just dropped my Ram down to 1333mhz for this test and had to go up to +110V offset. The vcore is getting into the upper 1.392 range. I don't like that just for a 100 mhz.

Sorry man your chip is no giving you better results. Only when I stress test my vcore spikes in manual offset which I am trying to figure out why. If I can prevent this maybe I can get 1.290 vcore when non stress testing and stress testing. It always jumps when I stress. Some setting in the bios I got to find.
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what causes prime to freeze? I was running it and the whole PC froze and I had to push the reset button. Confused.
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what causes prime to freeze? I was running it and the whole PC froze and I had to push the reset button. Confused.

It's just a hard lock-up crash. You probably need more Vcore, or to tweak some of your other settings.
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Ok I have the following so far.

44x multi
VCCIN 2.0
VCCLLC 100%
1.28 vcore
1.2v ring voltage
4000mhz ring
1.12v for I/O related

Any suggestions?
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Lower VRIN (to like 1.8-1.85 at that lvl of vcore)

I'd put uncore/cache multiplier down too until core is sorted out and 100% stable, because as an example, i had stable profile @4.6ghz core, 4.4ghz uncore with 1.24 ring, fine for weeks. I dropped uncore to 40x, and ring to 1.18, and got two bluescreens (0x0124) in the next 6 hours, not particularly sure why, need to experiment more (if 34x uncore works at that ring or lower, if i flat out need a certain ring voltage when pushing core multi, etc)
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I have all voltage settings on stock for now. I was too frustrated with it to continue.

I am running the UD5H... I don't think I have an adaptive mode? Is that one of the power options?
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Lower VRIN (to like 1.8-1.85 at that lvl of vcore)

I'd put uncore/cache multiplier down too until core is sorted out and 100% stable, because as an example, i had stable profile @4.6ghz core, 4.4ghz uncore with 1.24 ring, fine for weeks. I dropped uncore to 40x, and ring to 1.18, and got two bluescreens (0x0124) in the next 6 hours, not particularly sure why, need to experiment more (if 34x uncore works at that ring or lower, if i flat out need a certain ring voltage when pushing core multi, etc)

Ok lowered Vccin (That's what you where talking about right?) to 1.8 and lowered vring volts to 1.22 (dropped temps) and just added more vcore. I will see how far this gets then see what happens with uncore frequency.
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