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post #4141 of 19571
Real temp shows me another CPU freqeuncy than cpu-z (4mhz) which should i trust and what shows real temp on your PCs
post #4142 of 19571
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Real temp shows me another CPU freqeuncy than cpu-z (4mhz) which should i trust and what shows real temp on your PCs

Only specific versions of CPU-z works well with Haswell e.g. the earlier released 1.64 one.

Real temp, core temp are good for just monitoring temps only, I wouldn't rely on anything else apart from that.
post #4143 of 19571
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Anyone know a good MEMORY guide - I got Primary timings and understand the unwritten rules and how it works, but when it comes to Secondary and Tertiary it becomes guesswork from me.

A little tip, there's no real specific guide in that, however, from what I've been seeing, you're suppose to loosen up the timings quite a bit to achieve really high clocks. You can go one by one for each timing, loosen it up a bit and move on to the next and so on.
post #4144 of 19571
@chaosAD
124 can be Vrin and/or vcore. I would try 1.28-1.3 vcore and 1.93 vrin. Also make sure you have uncore ratio set to x34 and vring voltage 1.15v, ram@1600 Mhz.
You can raise uncore ratio and ram frequency later when core clock is stable. Most people, me too have to up vcore and vrin quite a bit to become x264 stable.

And: Next time please post complete settings please.
Vcore, Vrin + llc, Vring + multi, Ram frequency and SA IOA/D. smile.gif
Edited by Alxx - 10/20/13 at 8:57am
post #4145 of 19571
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Need some help here. I dropped x46 down to 1.21v with sucess and didnt tried any lower. So up to x47, but cant make it stable no matter what. Best setting is 1,24vcore/1.91vrin that reached 84% at x264 run 1 pass 2. If i increase/decrease vcore it bsod earlier. If i increase/decrease vrin the same. If i add vring the same. If i add SA/IOA/IOD the same. Any thoughts on this?

EDIT: Sorry i forgot to mention it, always 124 error code.

Your not the only one,been having trouble with that myself.4.6 solid as a rock,even with a 4.6 cache multi.
Howevr when i lower cache multi and ram to pursue 4.7 no voltages seem to help at all,which is strange as 4.8 was working good for me,until i found instability all of a sudden.If you find a solution can you pm me please?
I was thinking it was my board,until i seen your post.

Good Luck.
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@chaosAD
124 can be Vrin and/or vcore. I would try 1.28-1.3 vcore and 1.93 vrin. Also make sure you have uncore ratio set to x34 and vring voltage 1.15v, ram@1600 Mhz.
You can raise uncore ratio and ram frequency later when core clock is stable. Most people, me too have to up vcore and vrin quite a bit to become x264 stable.

And: Next time please post complete settings please.
Vcore, Vrin + llc, Vring + multi, Ram frequency and SA IOA/D. smile.gif

x47
1.24vcore
1.91vrin
llc xtreme
x34 uncore
1.15 vring
1600c9
1.65v dram
SA/IOA/IOD at stock +0v

If i raise at 1.25+v bsod instantly, vrin up to 1.95v bsod instantly, add +0.05v on SA/IOA/D no benefit.

x46, 1.21vcore, 1,85vring all else the same, folding 24/7 for 2 days
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Tried not increasing vrin past ~1.8?

To start out, going from x46 @1.21vcore - just try x47 @1.28 with 1.85vrin then fall back. Looks like you're trying to push vcore and vrin up at the same time, and maybe taking vrin too high for your vcore, i'd never use 1.95 vrin for 1.25vcore
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Tried not increasing vrin past ~1.8?

To start out, going from x46 @1.21vcore - just try x47 @1.28 with 1.85vrin then fall back. Looks like you're trying to push vcore and vrin up at the same time, and maybe taking vrin too high for your vcore, i'd never use 1.95 vrin for 1.25vcore

Cyro you are THE man! x47, 1.25vcore, 1.85 vrin, everything else the same, passed with no problem thumb.gif No fine tunning here, just quick test. I let it finish all the benchmark now and i ll report back!
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post #4149 of 19571
Yes, with LLC on extreme vrin 1.93 is probably too high. I have 1.93 vrin for x46 but my "llc is off" . Then I have vrin droob from 1.93 to 1.86. So with llc extreme try like cyro said: 1.28 and Vrin 1.85. If that fails again you have to increase vrin more and maybe vcore too. If your CPU really just need 1.25 vcore for x47 core, then you have a very good scaling CPU.
Edited by Alxx - 10/20/13 at 12:03pm
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Cyro you are THE man! x47, 1.25vcore, 1.85 vrin, everything else the same, passed with no problem thumb.gif No fine tunning here, just quick test. I let it finish all the benchmark now and i ll report back!

"ChaosAD
Yesterday at 7:53 pm
Tried 4700 with vcore from 1.24v up to 1.255v, always crashed at run 1 pass 2 (5-35%). Just tried 1,24v and 1.9vrin (from 1.85v) and reached 90%. Now i m trying 1.24v and 1.95vrin. Lets see, i m at 10% atm tongue.gif"

"Doug2507
Yesterday at 8:46 pm
Reduce the amount you are changing vrin by, try .01v and go 1.85-1.95 again. You can BSOD by having too much or too little.

Stable: (?)

x45@1.18v
x46@1.22v
x47@1.24v doesn't add up and i would expect at least 1.26v+ unless this is a crazy scaling chip!"

rolleyes.gif Congrats. thumb.gif
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