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post #3161 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Eeyore888 View Post

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?

No adaptive on Gigabyte. If you use manual it'll still drop the voltage at idle as long as the power saving stuff is enabled.
post #3162 of 19539
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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.

Having VRIN (vccin) at a good range should make you need notably less vcore, not more. More VRIN/Vccin is not better, you're targetting a range, not adding more til it works
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Ok I see. I wish prime wasn't so slow to error out. The waiting is the bad part lol.

*edit* forgot to ask. What range am I shooting for?
Edited by ChrisB17 - 9/27/13 at 12:15am
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Ok I see. I wish prime wasn't so slow to error out. The waiting is the bad part lol.

*edit* forgot to ask. What range am I shooting for?

You can try running the XTU benchmark, it's pretty stressful. That or the x264 Benchmark program, also pretty stressful. Both of those are a lot faster than Prime.
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But my idea of stable is different from others. I like to leave my system running 24 hours a day under F@H. That keeps it at a nice 60c and zero BSODs.
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post #3166 of 19539
So what am I doing wrong here?
i5 4670k and Asus z87-plus

core volt: "Adaptive/1.312, offset 0.001"
cache volt "Adaptive/1.25, offset 0.001"
Vring volt "1.85 or 1.9"
cache ratio x34 or x38 (it acutally seems more stable at x38 which is default setting in BIOS for my mobo and cpu)
Latest BIOS and software.
Tried raising analog/digital by 0.005, no effect.

CPU multiplier x42, Stable, no crashes, tho 70c while gaming, 74c while testing with Aida64 and Prime95 goes near 95c which is 10c more than is acceptable for me.
When not raising cache volt I need around 1.35v for 4.2 to be stable.
CPU multiplier x43/x44, Boots up, Aida64 crashes with x124 BSOD, same with games after 2-3min in game. Raising voltage have no real impact (tried it up to 1.35, same BSOD).

Cant lower the voltage either while at 4.2, anything less 1.3 is BSOD with x124 or just system restart without error, 90% of time it is BSOD.

Doesn't make any difference if im using XMP or different RAM settings, XMP 2133 is exactly the same stability/problems as no xmp @ 1600.

If I leave my BIOS on default and just raise the multiplier to x40 I see 1.212 automatic volts while playing, at those volts my temp is totally acceptable 50-60c while gaming

What is this LLC you keep talking about and where can I find the settings for it?

I have no need for super high speeds (even the stock i5 fulfills all my gaming needs at maxed out setting atm) but for future proof PC id like to overclock it to very rock stable state with no BSOD's or crashes what so ever. My Q9400 was @3.4Ghz while leaving volts at default and used it for 5y without any problems.

Id be very happy with 4.4@1.3 or 4.2@1.275 or so.
post #3167 of 19539
Go back to page one of this thread and read it again.thumb.gif

1.25v for x38 cache seems a little ridiculous.
Edited by Doug2507 - 9/27/13 at 4:58am
post #3168 of 19539
Ive done the reading few times, and few other places aswell.
Ive used cache as x34 and stock volts too. I have increased it to 1.25 to eliminate the lack of voltage there.

I have tried most guides and followed these steps and that's why im posting here since it doesn't seem to work and im way off the usual statistics for overclocking Haswell, so I assume I must be doing something wrong or im missing some setting or im just very unlucky with my chip.
post #3169 of 19539
Got some nice cold outside temps now, was running these voltages last night:

Vcore: 1.41v
VRIN: 2v
CPU Ring Voltage: 1.26v

and only hit 46c max under benching last night. water stayed at at low 12c

How far is within the safesone for benching 2-3 hours with these temps?, i might even stick the comp in the window, should lower the water another 4-5c.
post #3170 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Eggy88 View Post

Got some nice cold outside temps now, was running these voltages last night:

Vcore: 1.41v
VRIN: 2v
CPU Ring Voltage: 1.26v

and only hit 46c max under benching last night. water stayed at at low 12c

How far is within the safesone for benching 2-3 hours with these temps?, i might even stick the comp in the window, should lower the water another 4-5c.

Dam, what are your ambients?
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