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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

Updated, awesome overclock.

Cheers dude! Forgot to mention, it's all under water now.

*just noticed you've changed it. VID was 1.35v.thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

^313 tRFC on your RAM?

Don't know about the individual IC's or whatever but i've never seen it that high, and i got a ton of performance tightening mine on samsung greens from like 160 to 96 at 2400mhz (using maxxmem etc)

I've not even touched the RAM yet. That was XMP profile 2 on the G.Skill TridentX's just to see what difference it would make with x264 and CB. I'll be back to uncore when i get home, x44 is approaching stable, then once that's all done with i'll turn my attention to the RAM. Haven't a clue where to start with it so if there's any threads worth reading, show me the way! I'm now a good 3 weeks of 24/7 on the O/C and still not played a single game yet, when will it end?biggrin.gif
Edited by Doug2507 - 10/14/13 at 5:18am
post #3812 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

^313 tRFC on your RAM?

Don't know about the individual IC's or whatever but i've never seen it that high, and i got a ton of performance tightening mine on samsung greens from like 160 to 96 at 2400mhz (using maxxmem etc)
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Cyro999 true but not all kits can do less than 128TRFC some not even boot with less than 160. Not refering to samsung i am talking about ram in general thumb.gif

The ICs do make some difference, samsung & hynix are pretty common in a lot of current memory kits, the samsung generally does tighter timings, double sided hynix sticks a bit looser yet, & with single sided hynix MFR kits tRFC at 300+ isn't abnormal.
    
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Ok thanks! It just seemed really abnormally high. I've not seen it ever above 200 or so for a kit still at 2400 i think
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post #3814 of 19539
Hello All,

Sorry for hiijack I will wait my turn smile.gif

Haswell drives me crazy..
I really need help about over 4.4 ghz..

Ok my chip is L312B533 i5 4670K on Maximum VI Hero.

First load bios vcore : 1.008
First load input voltage :1.692

1.2vcore-46x test is positive It boots up but can't login windows,it restarts.

I am now on 1.250vcore (manuel mode) with AUTO ring and AUTO input voltage with 4.4 fully stable..AVX prime and AVX capable Linkpack OCCT also stable.

But after 4.4 I cant make it stable.I tried till 1.31 not tried over 1.31 because of hyper evo.On 4.4 in prime and OCCT I see 90c already.

At least If this is my max I will give up I am ok this is bad chip with much vcore gap frown.gif
Before that what can I try..
Thanks for your advices.
Edited by hsntgm - 10/14/13 at 2:38pm
post #3815 of 19539
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Originally Posted by hsntgm View Post

Hello All,

Sorry for hiijack I will wait my turn smile.gif

Haswell drives me crazy..
I really need help about over 4.4 ghz..

Ok my chip is L312B533 i5 4670K on Maximum VI Hero.

First load bios vcore : 1.008
First load input voltage :1.692

1.2vcore-46x test is positive It boots up but can't login windows,it restarts.

I am now on 1.250vcore (manuel mode) with AUTO ring and AUTO input voltage with 4.4 fully stable..AVX prime and AVX capable Linkpack OCCT also stable.

But after 4.4 I cant make it stable.I tried till 1.31 not tried over 1.31 because of hyper evo.On 4.4 in prime and OCCT I see 90c already.

At least If this is my max I will give up I am ok this is bad chip with much vcore gap frown.gif
Before that what can I try..
Thanks for your advices.

Keep in mind that there are limits to the amount of heat that the EVO will be able to dissipate. With that said, you can try these settings:

-Input voltage: 1.88-1.90
-CPU multi: 46
-vCore: 1.25-1.33
-Ring multi: 42-44
-vRing: 1.22-1.30

****Also, keep in mind that you might also need to adjust the IO Analog/Digital offsets(or voltages, depending on the motherboard) in order to gain stability. Also, the temps you see in synthetic tests will never be seen in real-world usage....
post #3816 of 19539
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Originally Posted by hsntgm View Post

Hello All,

Sorry for hiijack I will wait my turn smile.gif

Haswell drives me crazy..
I really need help about over 4.4 ghz..

Ok my chip is L312B533 i5 4670K on Maximum VI Hero.

First load bios vcore : 1.008
First load input voltage :1.692

1.2vcore-46x test is positive It boots up but can't login windows,it restarts.

I am now on 1.250vcore (manuel mode) with AUTO ring and AUTO input voltage with 4.4 fully stable..AVX prime and AVX capable Linkpack OCCT also stable.

But after 4.4 I cant make it stable.I tried till 1.31 not tried over 1.31 because of hyper evo.On 4.4 in prime and OCCT I see 90c already.

At least If this is my max I will give up I am ok this is bad chip with much vcore gap frown.gif
Before that what can I try..
Thanks for your advices.

In my case I had to manually set the ring voltage (Cache voltage) to around 1.15. I also selected XML profile (to set all timings and voltage) and then lover memory frequency to 1600 (so that you are sure the memory frequency won't affect CPU overclock). Input voltage was left to auto.

I have Z87-A and pretty bad CPU (4500 @ 1.34 V) but I could leave all other voltages on AUTO (the motherboard seems to set other voltages pretty good - yours should be the same or. even better regarding the AUTO parameters).
Edited by tomlev5 - 10/14/13 at 3:10pm
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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

This will do me till i get back home in a couple of weeks. Wiz- feel free to update using these stats.



x264 stable
XTU 9hr stable
5.0ghz with x43 uncore
RAM 2400mhz
Vcore 1.35v (VID), 1.376v actual
VRIN 2.15v
VRIN 1.2v
SA/IOD +.010v

(XTU run was with ram at 1333mhz but x264 with 2400. !00% confident it's stable in XTU@2400. I'll re-run when i get back.)

Pardon my ignorance but what wout the SA/IOD be called on the Maximus VI Hero ? And do u have somesort of LLC for the core that it says Vcore 1.35v (VID), 1.376v actual?
VRIN 2.15v <- input voltage?
VRIN 1.2v

Thanks!
post #3818 of 19539
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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

Pardon my ignorance but what wout the SA/IOD be called on the Maximus VI Hero ? And do u have somesort of LLC for the core that it says Vcore 1.35v (VID), 1.376v actual?
VRIN 2.15v <- input voltage?
VRIN 1.2v

Thanks!

The VRIN would be the Input Voltage (note: always needs to be the highest voltage). The "SA/IOD" is the System Agent, along with the Analog and Digital voltage modifications. I'm not sure what they're called on your board, but the following guide should help you out:

Maximus VI Series UEFI Guide thumb.gif
post #3819 of 19539
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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

Pardon my ignorance but what wout the SA/IOD be called on the Maximus VI Hero ? And do u have somesort of LLC for the core that it says Vcore 1.35v (VID), 1.376v actual?
VRIN 2.15v <- input voltage?
VRIN 1.2v

Thanks!

I think they are Digital I/O and Analog I/O on that board. And VRIN is Eventual Input Voltage (there is also an Initial Input Voltage but you don't need to mess with that one).
post #3820 of 19539
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

Keep in mind that there are limits to the amount of heat that the EVO will be able to dissipate. With that said, you can try these settings:

-Input voltage: 1.88-1.90
-CPU multi: 46
-vCore: 1.25-1.33
-Ring multi: 42-44
-vRing: 1.22-1.30

****Also, keep in mind that you might also need to adjust the IO Analog/Digital offsets(or voltages, depending on the motherboard) in order to gain stability. Also, the temps you see in synthetic tests will never be seen in real-world usage....

Thanks,

vcore: 1.3
uncore: auto (I want to eliminate this variable now)
vring: 1.2 ( uncore not oc but maybe it helps cpu stability)
CPU IO Analog,IO Digital and System on Ofsett mode: +0.250
Input voltage : 1.9

HyperPi 32m not stable..

vcore: 1.35
uncore: auto (I want to eliminate this variable now)
vring: 1.2 ( uncore not oc but maybe it helps cpu stability)
CPU IO Analog,IO Digital and System on Ofsett mode: +0.250
Input voltage : 1.9

HyperPi 32m stable..
Intel XTU stable..
Aida64 stable..
Chess Engine 4 core Houdini stable

Now I am afraid of open prime or OCCT smile.gif

I will down to 1.34-1.33 vcore for simple stability tests.Then try OCCT and prime small FFT.
Am i on the right way?
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