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So your CPU might still work, but Mobo dead ?

Anyway pain in the a..
post #3422 of 19601
The CPU is most likely dead. Refer to the picture I posted. one of the connectors on the bottom is deviated from the norm. Just ordered a ASUS maximus VI Hero. I tested the power supply with my voltmeter and all checked out. So it has to be the mobo. I'll RMA both the old 4670k and the MSI G45 and then put them in the wifey's build I guess.
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Originally Posted by BandonStorm View Post

CPU Model : Intel Core i7-4770K
Core Multiplier : 44x
CPU VID : 1.280v
Vcore : 1.296v [Both with AIDA64 and IBT]
Uncore Multiplier : 40x
Uncore Voltage : 1.120v
Cooling Solution : Cooler Master Seidon 240m
Stability Test : IBT, 10 passes on Very High. Also IXTU for 8:05 Hours
Batch Number : How do I check?
Ram Speed : 800Mhz (DDR3-1600)

Comments : CPU is not Delid. Temp MAX : 84C [IBT] VRIN : 1.900v

Verification


EDIT : Using XMP Profile @ DDR3-1866 (Manually entered timing, voltage at 1.575v. Adjusted CPU D I/O and A I/O to +0.1. SA to +0.15) - Stable at 5 passes of IBT using 14200MB of ram with 597MB~ free during tests. Will do more testing later on for stability.

CPU-Z Validation

Is the CM Seidon enough to cool the 4770K when running at such voltages?
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Hi All!

Just put together my new comp 2 days ago and I have a question. When I have CPU-Z open, it's showing that I have a core voltage of 1.713. However the bios reads 1.19, hwmonitor reads 1.19, and asus ai suite reads 1.19.


I indeed set it to 1.19 in the bios for a mild overclock to 4.2 ghz, so I am not sure what the deal is and put everything back to stock for now until I got your opinions on this.

I am thinking that CPU-z is just bugged on my computer? I have a maximus vi hero if that makes a difference.

 

CPUZ sucks for reading current CPU voltage.

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Did anyone see my pic of the 8 pin connector and know if it is bad or not?
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Hi All!

Just put together my new comp 2 days ago and I have a question. When I have CPU-Z open, it's showing that I have a core voltage of 1.713. However the bios reads 1.19, hwmonitor reads 1.19, and asus ai suite reads 1.19.


I indeed set it to 1.19 in the bios for a mild overclock to 4.2 ghz, so I am not sure what the deal is and put everything back to stock for now until I got your opinions on this.

I am thinking that CPU-z is just bugged on my computer? I have a maximus vi hero if that makes a difference.
simple. it shows the Input Voltage instead of the Vcore. use version 1.64 or 1.65 to get the Vcore reading.
post #3427 of 19601
Any recommendations so correct WHEA errors win Windows 8?

Currently trying to stabilize 4.7 @ 1.343 (adaptive)
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I gave up on prime as it just takes to long on top of how long it takes to find the right settings for each speed increase.Also I dont like the idea of cooking my CPU for 24 hours,most intensive thing my computer is used for is gaming.

Anyone using Fritz Chess to test stability?And how reliable has it been for you?
I started using this as apparently its more real world load test.Up to 4.6Ghz I used Prime 95 but as i up the volts I'm wary of it,even though I'm able to use less vcore at 4.8 than at 4.6,adjusting the CPU Input Voltage really seems to help the other voltages remain lower if you hunt for the sweet spot.I even have my Uncore Multi at 43 and RAM ever so slightly above rated as I set BCLK at 100.4,sounds crazy but that .4 seems to help with stability,although I'm sure it has nothing to do with it.Has anyone else found strange tweaks to BCLK help thier overclock stability?
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Any recommendations so correct WHEA errors win Windows 8?

Currently trying to stabilize 4.7 @ 1.343 (adaptive)

Leave adaptive off til your stable it'll just muddy the waters.
Have you tried setting Uncore Voltage the same as your Vcore?
If your CPU Input voltage is too low you can require more Vcore and be unstable,I tried keeping it low thinking it would keep my chip cooler,which it certainly did'nt as I was running higher vcore to stabilize slower clocks.Try up to 2.000v,you can go above a little,I've heard people say up to 2.200v on air,but I really would'nt,was reading somewhere of some guy who killed two chips running that voltage.
Turn LLC to maximum.
Disable CPU Spread Spectrum,and any FIVR safety or monitoring features.
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I gave up on prime as it just takes to long on top of how long it takes to find the right settings for each speed increase.Also I dont like the idea of cooking my CPU for 24 hours,most intensive thing my computer is used for is gaming.

Anyone using Fritz Chess to test stability?And how reliable has it been for you?
I started using this as apparently its more real world load test.Up to 4.6Ghz I used Prime 95 but as i up the volts I'm wary of it,even though I'm able to use less vcore at 4.8 than at 4.6,adjusting the CPU Input Voltage really seems to help the other voltages remain lower if you hunt for the sweet spot.I even have my Uncore Multi at 43 and RAM ever so slightly above rated as I set BCLK at 100.4,sounds crazy but that .4 seems to help with stability,although I'm sure it has nothing to do with it.Has anyone else found strange tweaks to BCLK help thier overclock stability?

 

Try x264 encoding benchmark. My experience seems to cause crashes faster than Fritz. I have not used Fritz but Stockfish 4 causes crashes faster than Houdini 3.

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