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Welcome to the Haswell familly, lol.
Mind showing me what teminology is tripping you up? I'll add it to my guide.
This is also my first build. So imagine the confusion. wink.gif

It wasn't so much that the Asrock terminology differed that much from what you had in the OP. It was more of just learning the settings to adjust. The cache ratio and voltage is completely new to me so I had to get an understanding of what that does. I pretty much got the hang of everything now though. Now it's just playing with the settings until I can narrow down the overclocks. I've had pretty good luck so far I think though. I've gotten up to 4.2ghz at 1.16v with a max temp of 71 after ten runs of IBT using a Corsair h55
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Hi all,reached my final overclock that my motherboard will allow,tried all tweakable settings in different increments following the guides and info in this thread but no amount of tweaking can get further with stability even though my chip has more potential i'm sure.May buy an Asus Impact after xmas:)smile.gif

My settings now are:
CPU Multi-x46
BCLK-100.4
CPU Vcore-1.230v
Cache Multi-x46
Cache Voltage-1.300v
R.A.M-2133mhz
R.A.M Voltage-1.500v
Spread Spectrum-Disabled
LLC-Level 1
All other settings at auto.
Max temp reached so far 66C.

Darkwizzie could you update me on the chart please and remove 4.8ghz settings.Thankyou
*Forgot input voltage.1.840v

 

Alright, you will be updated.

Thanks for the update.

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It wasn't so much that the Asrock terminology differed that much from what you had in the OP. It was more of just learning the settings to adjust. The cache ratio and voltage is completely new to me so I had to get an understanding of what that does. I pretty much got the hang of everything now though. Now it's just playing with the settings until I can narrow down the overclocks. I've had pretty good luck so far I think though. I've gotten up to 4.2ghz at 1.16v with a max temp of 71 after ten runs of IBT using a Corsair h55

Ahh, I see.

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Which program can i use instead of cpu-z to show CPU frequency?
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Even the auto OC to 4.6Ghz wont pass a Cinebench run without a BSOD. It had set 1.35 Vcore, 1.22 Vring, 46x100 CPU, 35x100 cache, and CPU Input Voltage to 1.9V. Trying the 4.4Ghz setting and it set the Vcore to adaptive which got up to 1.36V during Cinebench, 1.2 Vring, and CPU Input Voltage to 1.8V. Just during Cinebench it hit 83C.
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Just a suggestion, might be beneficial to change uncore to x34 instead of x35 and drop the vring down a little....
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When i set my RAM to 1866 MHz instead of 1600, will it cause instability or lower the CPU overclock performance?
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When i set my RAM to 1866 MHz instead of 1600, will it cause instability or lower the CPU overclock performance?

Well not necessarily, you should be good till 2133Mhz.
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Adaptive seems to work a lot better then manual, for temps and stability. Manual for 4.4 needed over 1.3V under load. Adaptive, and Im stable at 1.264V.

Also changed my stress test a bit. I run the looped X264, when the second pass starts, I start running some Memtest HCI instances to get memory usage up for testing IMC stability.

Once those are going, I start Intel XTU on a 30min test. Once XTU is done, I close the rest and call it good.

X264 can hit 100% load, but doesn't stay there, and is usually around 85%. So running XTU at the same time keeps the CPU at 100%, while the memtest keeps ram usage up.



4.4Ghz with adaptive set to + .1v, I get a VID of 1.250v, 1.264Vcore. Hit 73C max with my test.
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Adaptive seems to work a lot better then manual, for temps and stability. Manual for 4.4 needed over 1.3V under load. Adaptive, and Im stable at 1.264V.

Also changed my stress test a bit. I run the looped X264, when the second pass starts, I start running some Memtest HCI instances to get memory usage up for testing IMC stability.

Once those are going, I start Intel XTU on a 30min test. Once XTU is done, I close the rest and call it good.

X264 can hit 100% load, but doesn't stay there, and is usually around 85%. So running XTU at the same time keeps the CPU at 100%, while the memtest keeps ram usage up.



4.4Ghz with adaptive set to + .1v, I get a VID of 1.250v, 1.264Vcore. Hit 73C max with my test.

Adaptive will be better during normal usage. Stability testing is a different matter. During stress/stability testing, the CPU will request, and get more voltage than what is actually needed - effectively making stressing fairly dangerous. I don't readily have a link to back this up with, but a search on Haswell guides will support this....
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When i set my RAM to 1866 MHz instead of 1600, will it cause instability or lower the CPU overclock performance?

No, it will not reduce your OC performance. While finding your max OC, a lower RAM frequency will help out. Once you find an OC for your CPU that you're comfortable with, go ahead and start working on the RAM, but keep in mind that you may end up needing to adjust the VRIN voltage at some point - depending on how high you take the RAM. When I brought my RAM back to its XMP profile of 2133mhz, I found that I had to boost the VRIN by about .005-.01v to stay completely stable. This may or may not be the same for you, but it's something to keep in mind....thumb.gif
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