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Here you go, our x264 samurai http://pastebin.com/zhhQuUV3 (replace your batch_script.bat with it)

Pass 1 is essential, cuz its bitrate allocation, but after that you can run pass 2 indefinitely. So i made 1 run do 20 passes, check if it works.

Just tested it, it works.


Edited by t0tum - 10/18/13 at 12:56pm
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Remember I submitted a validation with 1.235 VID (1.248vcore)?

Well, I tried to be smart and dialed back the voltage to 1.225 for regular gaming load. The darn thing crashed AC3 (unoptimized GG), within 10 minutes. Then I put it to 1.230 VID (1.236 Vcore) put me stable, already 3hours in.
I was thinking of what to do next.

Wondering if raising the multiplier to 46x , or increasing the base clock to 102.5 for 4.6ghz is one and the same thing or it would produce different results?

Also I've got a 9-9-9-24-1T 1333Mhz 2Gb sticks of 4. Will OCing them to 1866 10+, 30+, 1.65+ have any benefit? Talking benchmark benefit, ignoring real-world for the time being.

RAM overclocking is typically slight performance tuning, or bigger tuning if you're increasing voltage.

If your RAM is a normal 1333mhz cas9 @1.5v, you might get it to like 1600 with the same primary timings with 1.65v or something like that, maybe. Trading off timings for frequency can actually hurt performance, it's unlikely you can do anything notable with a bad kit in the first place

I have samsung greens, "stock" 1600 11-11-11-28 1.35v. Will do 2400 cas10 with voltage, and friend of mine got 2400 g skill kit (2x4gb for something like $56 some months ago) and took it to 3000cas14 before going to a tighter 2666
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RAM overclocking is typically slight performance tuning, or bigger tuning if you're increasing voltage.

If your RAM is a normal 1333mhz cas9 @1.5v, you might get it to like 1600 with the same primary timings with 1.65v or something like that, maybe. Trading off timings for frequency can actually hurt performance, it's unlikely you can do anything notable with a bad kit in the first place

I have samsung greens, "stock" 1600 11-11-11-28 1.35v. Will do 2400 cas10 with voltage, and friend of mine got 2400 g skill kit (2x4gb for something like $56 some months ago) and took it to 3000cas14 before going to a tighter 2666

Yeah, that's why we test performance via benchmark. :thumb:

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Please take a look at the BSOD and get the error code from it, that will help you determine what needs to be changed. A "BSOD" is not simply a blanket term for a crash - there is always a specific reason (or reasons) as to why it actually happened.

You can use this program to see the error code from past BSODs: Nirsoft BlueScreen View thumb.gif

is the 124 error, probably needs more Vcore, I Just bought my 4770K, board is very similar to my old Z77 Mpower, however im lost with uncore, vccin etc, tried to raise voltage to 1.32 and multi to 45, it should at least be enough voltage for that frequency.
    
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is the 124 error, probably needs more Vcore, I Just bought my 4770K, board is very similar to my old Z77 Mpower, however im lost with uncore, vccin etc, tried to raise voltage to 1.32 and multi to 45, it should at least be enough voltage for that frequency.

You haven't messed with vccin? There's your problem.
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You haven't messed with vccin? There's your problem.

I havent, I dont seem to find that in my BIOS, maybe with another name? what does it do and whats the range?

also I dont know how Vdroop affects haswell, but you can modify it widely .
    
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I havent, I dont seem to find that in my BIOS, maybe with another name? what does it do and whats the range?

also I dont know how Vdroop affects haswell, but you can modify it widely .

I believe your board calls it the CPU Input Voltage....It's generally set at about 1.780-1.880 using the stock settings. You'll want to turn that up to like 1.900-1.920, but test in .005 intervals.
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I believe your board calls it the CPU Input Voltage....It's generally set at about 1.780-1.880 using the stock settings. You'll want to turn that up to like 1.900-1.920, but test in .005 intervals.

I believe your board should be similar to mine, I have the MPower Z87, Same OC options maybe? I found it by the way VCCIN is in my BIOS.
    
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I believe your board should be similar to mine, I have the MPower Z87, Same OC options maybe? I found it by the way VCCIN is in my BIOS.

Sorry, I couldn't remember the name for it - it's been a couple days since I've messed around in my UEFI, though I remember the values that it has biggrin.gif ....From what I've seen, the UEFI/BIOS for our boards are the same - with the exception of the color schemes (black/yellow for yours, black/red w/ dragons for mine).
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Ok I backed my system down to x44 @ 1.2v and ran the h264 test. Here's how everything displayed:





The hottest my cpu got during the test was 50 C. I went and played a match or two of BF3 on Ultra and it never got hotter than 37 C. What does all this mean? lol what should I do next?! tongue.gif
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