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I dunno, but when stressing with Prime I can still move the cursor around. But you can measure CPU usage while gaming, and see that it does not continuously use 100% of the CPU.

Cursor's quite alright. Try moving the window around wink.gif

Anyway, an overclock is stable if it doesn't BSOD at any point with our most intense usage ( games for me ) and a bit more, just in case.

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For now I'm gonna try dropping uncore to stock ( even though I might be able to run the stock uncore voltage of 1.050 @ 35-37x multi ) to get that reduction in temperatures.
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Cursor's quite alright. Try moving the window around wink.gif

Anyway, an overclock is stable if it doesn't BSOD at any point with our most intense usage ( games for me ) and a bit more, just in case.

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For now I'm gonna try dropping uncore to stock ( even though I might be able to run the stock uncore voltage of 1.050 @ 35-37x multi ) to get that reduction in temperatures.

Window as well. I was watching Youtube while doing Prime. Same can't be said for x264 or even chess.

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Window as well. I was watching Youtube while doing Prime. Same can't be said for x264 or even chess.

I can't do crap with my computer when using x264. Let alone run a video. I rather like x264.
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Well, i originally started using x264 as well as some games and random max cpu loads to stress test when actual "stress tests" were proving insufficient for my needs, throwing bluescreens in everyday programs and games like i never saw with my 950 or 3770k. There's the option of bruteforcing vcore and maybe a few other settings with stuff like small fft or linx, but they're a lot hotter than other max CPU loads and they don't catch some of the other instabilities, though i'll give it prime w/ 7000MB RAM seems pretty good for being hard on vcore and RAM
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For now I'm gonna try dropping uncore to stock ( even though I might be able to run the stock uncore voltage of 1.050 @ 35-37x multi ) to get that reduction in temperatures.

I see no reason to use less than the uncore multi i'm using right now (35x, which on gigabyte board means 8x idle, 40x load at these settings)

going from 1.18vring, to like 1.05.. if there's more than like 1-2c difference i'd be surprised
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If they did use all the resources available, Windows as such wouldn't be usable. For example, a lot of times, while stress testing, there are response issues even when you move the foreground window around.

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Either way, we've severely gone off topic. Prime/Stress as much as you feel like. It's just that you won't find a scenario where you crash after 5 hours of Prime/OCCT/AIDA64 that'll happen to you on a regular basis playing a game of some sort.

I can do that, run Aruana ray tracking benchmark with 20 tabs opened, Folding @ 100% and watch a Full HD movie without a hint of lag, not sure what you're referring to.

However, when I'm running my GPU @ 100% (folding), I experience a little stutter (for obvious reasons), its the primary display device, but that still doesn't let me from doing what I want.
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Well, i originally started using x264 as well as some games and random max cpu loads to stress test when actual "stress tests" were proving insufficient for my needs, throwing bluescreens in everyday programs and games like i never saw with my 950 or 3770k. There's the option of bruteforcing vcore and maybe a few other settings with stuff like small fft or linx, but they're a lot hotter than other max CPU loads and they don't catch some of the other instabilities, though i'll give it prime w/ 7000MB RAM seems pretty good for being hard on vcore and RAM
I see no reason to use less than the uncore multi i'm using right now (35x, which on gigabyte board means 8x idle, 40x load at these settings)

going from 1.18vring, to like 1.05.. if there's more than like 1-2c difference i'd be surprised

There was actually a 3C difference in my CSGO load temps yesterday when I tested. It's not much, but yeah. I need to get a cooler real quick or get rid of this overclocking bug of mine. Once I start, I won't stop, regardless of what cooling I'm using.
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3c difference on stock cooler is both within margin of error for playing a game, and a reaaaally small amount of power though (:
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What are your average temps at 4.4Ghz? And is it delidded?

Not delidded my temps with x264 benchmark top out at 69ºc with aida64 72º (my cpu fan is at 1000rpm i like silence smile.gif )
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could not live with the 102 when you had the same wink.gif


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Hey friends, I just joined the site and I have to say this is an amazing thread. Really long, but I started from the beginning and learned a lot. I'm very new to PC building and I designed my current setup to be able to overclock. But the problem is I'm a total noob so I'm looking for some guidance. I watched JJ (from Asus) on YT last night and he was showing how to overclock using the Z87 chipset and i7 4770k. I watched both videos, the auto 4 way optimization way and the BIOS or UEFI way. I ended up trying the UEFI way following his instructions. Basically he clock his unit to 4.8 gHz right of the bat at some pretty low voltage settings. This is the first time I've learned anything about OCing so I tried it with him and about halfway through the Cinebench CPU test my unit blue screened. So I went back and lower the clock speed to 4.6 gHz and voltage to 1.2 and tried again. Everything tested out fine so I played some BF3. About 20 minutes in to BF3 I blue screened again, but it was too late so I went to bed. Today I'm doing some research and this seems like the right place to hang out.

Some background on me, I started PC gaming back in 5th grade. I proceeded to move to consoles as I got older and have had consoles ever since from original Nintendo to the upcoming PS4. I've always wanted to build a PC and loved PC gaming so this August I took the plunge and ordered all the parts. I built the thing by myself using online videos and tutorials and it came out great! Since then, I've been playing more PC games than ever and I love it. This unit has performed flawlessly. I've been playing BF3, Borderlands 2, The Walking Dead an the BF4 beta the last two weeks. I had no reason to want to OC my unit other than the fact that I paid for all these awesome parts, so I feel like I need to do it some justice and speed it up!

I didn't want to post a YT video or anything for my first post, but I do have one of my build with all the parts listed. I figured you guys will want to know what I'm running so you can help me accordingly, so let me know if it's ok to post the video. Otherwise I could probably type everything out if need be! Thanks for any help in advance! thumb.gif
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