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Up to 2.0v on the Vrin is perfectly fine...after having some discussion with someone at MSi I have found some interesting information some I will pass on some I want...however a lot of folks are afraid of touching to high of vrin which is cuasing lots of issues.

You havto understand that the Vrin/inpout voltage is basically a flood gate for you chip recieing voltage. When you start increasing both vcore and cache voltage you will defiantly need to raise vrin...stock vrin is 1.8 if that doesn't tell you anything idk them...anyways do not be afraid to feed you chip 1.95-2.05 or so voltage for stability you will not cuase damage.... thumb.gif

Some chips require high vrin for less vcore/uncore voltage that's the way it is.. period. On several different forums and clubs I have managed to get folks stable above 4.6 witht hem raising vrin above 2.0 yes I know totally scary but its what is need and will NOT harm your chip max on air for vrin is 2.1v smile.gif


This is interesting, I played with increasing VCCIN from 1.76v to 1.84v and I was able to lower my VCORE from 1.250v to 1.225v and max load temperatures while testing with AIDA64 are about 3-4 lower. I'll keep playing around to see if I can get past 4.4GHz using VCCIN and VCORE.
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lol tech power up... dude we have ln2/diced/air way over that chips are running great....have a buddy running 5.2 2.2vrin going strong....these chips are not weak like yall think get good boards...wink.gifthumb.gif

heck ive had several in the 2.3v on air range nothing wrong learn to overclock....

please keep spreading this false info its amusing...

Might want to stop it yourself. That's false information. Any board will do as long as it isn't a crap board to begin with.
Edited by jameyscott - 9/29/13 at 5:13pm
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First off not every board will do high clcoks that's also false information...boards very...by a lot there is a lot more to motherboards than you prly know.

Yeah im 100% right actually please read the post above your.....im trying to help you guys out but some of you have it in ur head about this false garbage info being spread.

Most will never need to exceed 1.95-2.0 vrin if they stay under 5.0

Darkwizzle has done an awesome job on this thread for you guys...but I always check back on threads and im starting to see a lot of BS info coming from randoms....
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You do know the rec. on Air max input voltage is 2.3 right? That's from both Asus and MSI grats on debating with me and having 0 clue.....

Also nice way to bring the entire forum into your clueless post...shows type of person you are. Clueless lol
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First off not every board will do high clcoks that's also false information...boards very...by a lot there is a lot more to motherboards than you prly know.

Yeah im 100% right actually please read the post above your.....im trying to help you guys out but some of you have it in ur head about this false garbage info being spread from morons.

Most will never need to exceed 1.95-2.0 vrin if they stay under 5.0

Darkwizzle has done an awesome job on this thread for you guys...but I always check back on threads and im starting to see a lot of BS info coming from randoms....

I joined these forums for helpful people who are actually trying to guide others. Not for people like you are just elitist and apparently know everything.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeuJAOVRoA0

I didn't know you knew more about tech than Linus Sebastian. Maybe you should start a youtube channel

EDIT: This to. Yes, there is a difference, but it also doesn't state that they all used the same chip. It also are minimal differences.

I also realize that over 2.0 VRIN will not kill a chip. Although, it might lower the TOS of the chip. Trade offs for OCing.
Edited by jameyscott - 9/29/13 at 5:25pm
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You are the only random here claiming its safe, the chip is one the scene 3months and now you think you know it all yeah sure..


No wonder a lot say this forum is bs, now i see why.

I haven't seen anything about 2.0V VRIN killing chips either, For daily stuff I'm usually a bit under anyway, but have pushed it upwards of 2.4V on water when testing without any issues. VRIN that high didn't really help unless I was at 1.9V vcore on ln2.

When I first got the chip & was reading around, keeping VRIN at 2.3v or less was recommended for air & water & 2.8V max for extreme cooling. Looks like the ES chips were fine with more VRIN than the retail, but still haven't heard about VRIN under 2.5V being the cause of degradation or death.
    
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I joined these forums for helpful people who are actually trying to guide others. Not for people like you are just elitist and apparently know everything.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeuJAOVRoA0

I didn't know you knew more about tech than Linus Sebastian. Maybe you should start a youtube channel.

lamo you linked me Linus's youtube video....lamoooo thumb.gifbiggrin.gif:D:D:o:rolleyes:rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif
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I haven't seen anything about 2.0V VRIN killing chips either, For daily stuff I'm usually a bit under anyway, but have pushed it upwards of 2.4V on water when testing without any issues. VRIN that high didn't really help unless I was at 1.9V vcore on ln2.

When I first got the chip & was reading around, keeping VRIN at 2.3v or less was recommended for air & water & 2.8V max for extreme cooling. Looks like the ES chips were fine with more VRIN than the retail, but still haven't heard about VRIN under 2.5V being the cause of degradation or death.

Wow about time I got some help in explaining Vrin around here...thanks thumb.gif
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lamo you linked me Linus's youtube video....lamoooo thumb.gifbiggrin.gif:D:D:o:rolleyes:rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif

I am confuse. Also, I edited my post to say that I agree that above 2.0 will not kill a chip. It might lower the TOS though. It's only been out for so long so we can't be too sure as of right now. (Long term degradation, not short term.)
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Got my i5 4670k and the z87-ud3h board back:)

A faulty problem that does not happen very often but they swapped it over straight away for a new board smile.gif

Would it be better to use my old i5 4670k with the new board or use my amd 8350 + sabertooth board for gaming, streaming, rendering etc.

Just bought a new case, lian li pc-a71f so i only want to install the board and cpu once
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