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what is 'clock_watchdog'?i have had that,what does it relate to?

Its a windows 8 term, and relates to Vrin, or Initial/Evential Input voltage depending mobo manufactures I believe
 
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Does anyone know what is VRIN LLC called on ASUS boards ?
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Its a windows 8 term, and relates to Vrin, or Initial/Evential Input voltage depending mobo manufactures I believe

Its actually an Intel/motherboard term. It's a feature designed to protect a system while overclocking. More info can be found here. bruce.gif
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Cryo, you never know, i had to take mine up to 2.125v to be stable at x50 although the rest were down at 1.9v. I put some serious effort into the x50 so know that my current core & vccin are on the limits for stability. Anything less and i'll start to flutter in XTU.

How does your chip scale?

I've been:

x46@1.2v (1.9v)
x48@1.25v (1.9v) (never checked for lowest core)
x49@1.29v (1.9v)
x50@1.35v (2.125v)

The lower clocks i just set vccin to 1.9v and ran with it. Current one i tested from 1.9v to just under 2.2v in .025v increments whilst bumping vcore from 1.29v up to current in .0005v increments.

Somewhere close to +0.05 from 4.5 (around 1.21) to 4.7 (around 1.32) depending on how you test, you only tried 1.9vrin all the way down to 1.2vcore? I need more numbers on this stuff, damn time
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Can a mobo bios update bring better gaming performance or CPU performance?
Edited by Menphisto - 10/10/13 at 10:23am
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what is 'clock_watchdog'?i have had that,what does it relate to?

In addition to what everyone else posted, the code for that error is 101, which is how most people refer to it. So if you see people talking about getting 101 errors, it's the same thing.
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Can a mobo bios update bring better gaming performance or CPU performance?

It's entirely possible. Since this is a new system, there can certainly be a certain amount of "fine tuning" that could be going on, which could help you out with OC'ing your CPU.
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Finally I got it stable x264 all 4 passes bench (no more 9c or 101) at 4.7GHz but the volts are far too high though. Degradation and reduction of cpu lifespan can occur. I'm sure of that.
To be stable it needs as high as Vccin 2.0v, Vcore 1.5v@4.7GHz and Vring 1.2v@4.0GHz. I think that it’s not worth the risk of cpu killing in order to get 100MHz more. I'm rock solid at 4.6@1.35v.
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BTW, If it’s not fully stable in x264 bench there is 99% chance that game like BF3 or BF4 suddenly crashed. Nobody like that happen mad.gif right.
Edited by darkadi - 10/10/13 at 12:52pm
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0.15v for 100mhz is just silly frown.gif gotta be something else going on
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