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Dam, what are your ambients?

I would guess around 8-10c, living in Norway so we are having -2c outside temps during the night now. It helps having 480mm rad on a single cpu tongue.gif
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I would guess around 8-10c, living in Norway so we are having -2c outside temps during the night now. It helps having 480mm rad on a single cpu tongue.gif

Dam, luck you, that's superb for overclocking stuff!

What's the due point over there?
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Dam, luck you, that's superb for overclocking stuff!

What's the due point over there?

Tonight the forecast says 2-3c around midnight, dewpoint is around 1c.
post #3174 of 19539
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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.

Seems to me that you are using and air cooler? That would be your first problem. Secondly, I think you got screwed just as bad as me or worse in the lottery : /
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I might need you guys help to overclock my new i5-4670k.

I'm using IBT (Intel Burn Test) as my stressing software :

Here is what I tried :

Multiplier : 42
VCore : 1.19
Uncore multiplier : Stock
Uncore Voltage : Stock

IBT ran for 20 times without issues @ Maximum

Multiplier : 44
Vcore : 1.2
Uncore Multiplier : 40
Uncore Voltage : 1.1

Computer froze before finishing the first pass in IBT, I had to cold reboot it.

Am I doing something wrong here ? Should I put Uncore multi/voltage back to stock and only test Core overclock under IBT ?

I'm running it at stock right now and HWiNFO shows that the CPU is running at Turbo speed (3.8GHz), is it normal ?
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Well unfortunately I tried it with C1E on and only limit to C3. Ran Asus Realbench for 10 runs and then AIDA64, all stable. Booted up this morning from a overnight cold start, half an hour into idle, same damn thing. I am so frustrated at this point, I might just changed it back to stock and call it a day. Last option I am trying now, C`E off and limit to C2 and do a long term test from there, although I don't think it will make much difference. Stable 4.3 ring 3.8 loaded and I have problem idling..that's crazy

P.S. Wonder maybe it's the mobo Z87 Mpower acting up. Mem tested fine, at this point I don't know what else it can be
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Hey guys, posted this in the MSI Mpower thread also. Wanted to get some assistance:
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Alright, so far having a lot of fun with this board. I am surprised it isn't more popular here. A few questions to those with it: On the latest bios, what are the "Internal VR OVP OCP Protection" and "Internal VR Efficiency Management"? They default to disabled. Also What is the "PCH 1.05" for? I am trying to stabilize 4.8 + on a 4770k, so far I have 4.7 ghz stable with vcore at 1.34 volts, xmp profile 1 for gskill trident x at 2400 (2x4gb), and uncore at 40x auto voltage. I can't seem to get 4.8 stable, even at high voltages. According to most all guides it should be around 1.35 volts, but I get blue screens in windows 8.

Running XMP profile 1, do I need to increase the CPU IO Analog and digital voltages? I feel like I tried them but didn't make any progress.

Should I be disabling the SVID communication? I see for some it helps when clocking over 4.8. In addition, what are some of you using for the "DigitALL Power" I see a lot of settings in there for LLC but I am not familiar with these values.

Thanks in advance for any help. I'm pretty new to Intel, been on AMD for a while. Any other tips would be nice. I am using the MSI Intel tuning utility as a stress test usually for an hour or so. On a full custom water loop with 2 rads only for the cpu so heat issues shouldn't be an issue although it is not de-lid yet.
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Hay,
So would be a Corsair h60 enough to cool a i5 4670k @4,5ghz 1,2v. (Only for gaming)...and h80,h100 doesnt fit in my case. I only want to change from my air cooler because of the height of my RAM and i hope watercooling is more silent...so is the Corsair h60 enough??
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If your chip can do 4.5 @1.2 then yes. Should be sufficient. Might see temps in mid to high 80s.
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Ok so lowering VCCIN voltage made prime run longer (Still running into 10 hrs) wow thanks I would have never known to do that let alone thing lowering it would make the cpu run more stable.
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