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My G. Skill is running at 2133 @ 9-11-11-31, and does 2200 and 2400 with the same timings - it just needs more power at 2400...biggrin.gif

Decent sticks man, I'm still pretesting the best memory speed for a specific CPU OC. Can run them @ 2800Mhz, but they're not always stable.
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Decent sticks man, I'm still pretesting the best memory speed for a specific CPU OC. Can run them @ 2800Mhz, but they're not always stable.

Pretty decent kit, especially when you can get them on sale from newegg for $65 - 2133 cas9 is their XMP profile....thumb.gif
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It mostly depends on the sticks bro, along with the chip. I'm running your timings at 2250Mhz.

With 1866 rated?

What voltage?

And I was just listing my results, I didn't really gun for any higher overclock on my ram.

 

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My G. Skill is running at 2133 @ 9-11-11-31, and does 2200 and 2400 with the same timings - it just needs more power at 2400...biggrin.gif

What voltages?

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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.
I asked at the OCN memory forum and got some very helpful advice on overclocking my specific memory. For anyone who doesn't know where to start, I recommend you head on over there. Here's a link to what I went through going from zero knowledge / never attempting to getting a half decent result.
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hi guys. I am currently running my 4.7ghz 4770k with vcore@1.23v, vrin @1.15v. uncore 42.
I am trying to got to 4.9ghz. My pc boots to window @ vcore 1.27 and V 1.15 or v1.2. I tried vcore from 1.27-1.30 they all crash.
I am wonder on air what is safe voltage in vrin, or any of you running at 4.9ghz. what is the setting? thank you
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hi guys. I am currently running my 4.7ghz 4770k with vcore@1.23v, vrin @1.15v. uncore 42.
I am trying to got to 4.9ghz. My pc boots to window @ vcore 1.27 and V 1.15 or v1.2. I tried vcore from 1.27-1.30 they all crash.
I am wonder on air what is safe voltage in vrin, or any of you running at 4.9ghz. what is the setting? thank you

I'd try 4.8ghz 1st! Primarily to check temps as you're on air but it's also easier to move up one step at a time. It'll also give you an idea of how the chip scales and a better rough idea of what core voltage it may take for the next multi up. Presume 1.15v vrin is actually vring? Go back to page 1, follow the guide, drop uncore and ram down then go for 4.8ghz. If you try to do more than one thing at once, or put another way, trying to O/C one thing without eliminating everything else, there's a fair chance you'll end up not knowing what's going on.

The only two voltages you'll need to play with are vcore and vrin (input voltage). (maybe not strictly true but we can worry about that later if need be). If you're stable at 4.7ghz, change the multi to x48 without doing anything else and run it. It should BSOD quite quickly.

I'd be inclined to test by bumping vrin in very small amounts at a time (.025v max, preferably .01v but will take longer) to a pre-determined level so you don't raise it too high. I wouldn't expect any need to go past 2.0-2.05vrin at the very most. Depends on what you've got it set at right now but i think anything more than +.2v total from where you are now would be going to far. Cyro feel free to chip in!

If it's still not stable by then, drop vrin back down, increase vcore by .005v and try again. I'm fairly certain that this will get you stable at near enough the lowest vcore/vrin needed for that multi. It's worked pretty well for me and now a couple of others as well, hopefully it should work for you as well!

I personally use x264 and XTU Bench/Stress to help O/C, others have successfully used other stress/stabliity testers. You might have a system that works for you already but have a read through the thread as there's a few good suggestions.smile.gif

The thread seems to be steadily building up with people with experience so i'm sure there'll be some other suggestions/pointers floating about!

4.7ghz@1.27vcore is already an awesome O/C so congrats and from the looks of things it's still got potential yet!thumb.gif

*EDIT - With regards to safe voltages, there's quite a few suggestions on the net as to what may be safe for Haswell. I don't think anything's really been established/set in stone yet so maybe worth doing a bit of research, read various threads/forums and decide what you'd be comfortable with. I've set limits for myself of 1.45vcore, 1.4vring and 2.2vrin (on water) and if it goes up in smoke at some point then i've only got myself to blame. Also be aware, as you probably are already, that increasing voltage will more than likely reduce the lifespan of the chip. Putting a time frame on that is anyones guess. One thing i do know is the cooler you can keep the chip the better. I wasn't restricted by temps on air/delid but water keeps everything just that bit cooler!
Edited by Doug2507 - 10/22/13 at 1:53am
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Best ram for the price is by far the over looked Team extreme 2600/2666 which is capable of 3000mhz

currently running mine on my 4770k 2933 1t 12-14-14 only cost 99$ a set thumb.gif compares to my gskill set 2933 which is 300 lol
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Best ram for the price is by far the over looked Team extreme 2600/2666 which is capable of 3000mhz

currently running mine on my 4770k 2933 1t 12-14-14 only cost 99$ a set thumb.gif compares to my gskill set 2933 which is 300 lol

Just a fair warning about the Team Xtreem 2600 CL 10 - I had nothing but trouble with mine, even XMP settings are unstable - There is even an entire thread about those over at Overclockers.co.uk where 8-Pack is giving support for owners.

This is even with CPU on default settings. I had CoolhandLuke help me with mine and got them stable through some work, but MaxxMEM is not showing speed/latency that I like.

I swapped my own out with some G.Skill 2400Mhz CL9 - Which are rock-stable.
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With 1866 rated?
What voltage?
And I was just listing my results, I didn't really gun for any higher overclock on my ram.

What voltages?

1.675V @ 2800Mhz
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Pretty decent kit, especially when you can get them on sale from newegg for $65 - 2133 cas9 is their XMP profile....thumb.gif

Yea man, I got this kit way back in the first quarter of 2012 and it turns out that it came with Hynix CFRs. These are the sticks:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231517

I can easily run them at 12-14-13-23 1T, keeping in mind that they're 4-dims. Now days the newer MFRs are in the tridents.
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Why do this happens @ stock? Pass 6 of 20...Is anyone else experiencing the same?

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