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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.

This is highly interesting. I'm scared of trying it out with the stock cooler and a 4.2Ghz OC.
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So should i overclock my memory or leave it @ 1600 MHz . My stabile settings @4,6 GHz are made @ 1600 MHz RAM .
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So should i overclock my memory or leave it @ 1600 MHz . My stabile settings @4,6 GHz are made @ 1600 MHz RAM .

Go ahead and OC the RAM if you're "done" with the CPU. I had mine at 1333 while OC'ing the CPU, then once I got that stable, I went back to the 2133 that my RAM was designed to run at. biggrin.gif
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I must buy New RAM anyways so should i pick 1600mhz or 1866?
Edited by Menphisto - 10/21/13 at 12:49pm
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I must buy New RAM anyways so should i pick 1600mhz or 1866?

Most people will say that "you won't notice any differences outside of benchmarks", but I personally like to go with the higher frequency. I notice that my webpages load a bit quicker, as well as games playing smoother. To be honest, if I could afford 3000mhz RAM, I would be running 16gb of it...biggrin.gif

1866 is a good frequency, I noticed that my PC was still pretty quick while at that setting. Out of curiosity, is there a particular RAM kit that you're looking at?

EDIT: I have 2 of these kits: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231689 thumb.gif
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I m looking at Corsair vengeance pro blue memory, because my PC case is modded in a blue colour theme biggrin.gif
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I must buy New RAM anyways so should i pick 1600mhz or 1866?

Anandtech did a big mem speed/timings review on Haswell a few weeks ago. I think they recommended 1866 CL9 as the sweet spot for price/performance.

Here's what they said:
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For discrete GPU users, recommending any kit over another is a tough call. In light of daily workloads, a good DDR3-1866 C9 MHz kit will hit the curve on the right spot to remain cost effective. Users with a few extra dollars in their back pocket might look towards 2133 C9/2400 C10, which moves a little up the curve and has the potential should a game come out that is heavily memory dependent. Ultimately the same advice also applies to multi-GPU users as well as IGP: avoid 1600 MHz and below

http://www.anandtech.com/show/7364/memory-scaling-on-haswell/10
Edited by Forceman - 10/21/13 at 1:14pm
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Or ddr3 1600mhz cl8 ? biggrin.gif looks good for gaming in the Benchmarks and i dont habe to adjust something on the CPU.
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Or ddr3 1600mhz cl8 ? biggrin.gif looks good for gaming in the Benchmarks and i dont habe to adjust something on the CPU.

That's what I'm getting when I upgrade my ram. Just can't decide between two kits. There is a crucial kit that is 1.35v and is 1600 at cl8..... mmmmm
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I took my 1866 10-11-10 ram to 2133 10-11-10. Any tighter timings and it won't boot. Any higher frequency and stability is not guarenteed with 1.65v.

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