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Passed X264. As in they automatically do 1 complete set of 4 runs with 2 passes each run. Back to reading the first post, I left my min/max ratios auto and I don't think I've touched ring bus either, only volts and clock...lol but you said it's better to leave it stock.
well I'm at school, so I'll be back in some hours.
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Well if he has a gigabyte board, he has to increase the uncore voltage since the stupid auto turbo will do a 40x uncore automatically. What are your settings right now anyway?

I said 34x - 35x doesn't exist, as if you set 35x it does 8x idle 40x load
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Passed X264. As in they automatically do 1 complete set of 4 runs with 2 passes each run.

We've got the custom x264 stress test with new encoder and batch file in the OP, right guys? If not, lets do that! thumb.gif
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I don't think I've touched ring bus either, only volts and clock...lol but you said it's better to leave it stock.

No, don't do that because stock changes to 40x when you overclock the core and you wouldn't have a clue what voltage it was using
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Yea, I don't wanna touch what I don't know. I only touched the volts and core mainly.
When you were talking about the custom x264..etc you ment the continuous loop right?
I've yet to try that, will probably do so for about 4 or 6 hours.
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I think in a preliminary stage of testing (i do this even now) there's much more information to be gained from up-to-half-hour bursts, can experiment with settings and it seems somewhat easy to find out if something helps or not. That'll get you 90% of the way there for stability.

A dozen half hour tests will tell you waay more than running a consistent, unchanging test for 5 and a half hours when you've already passed half an hour, IMO. An overnight is good for finalizing an overclock profile i think, but there's a lot to go into Haswell before you really go truly final
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For 1 entire run of x264, it's about an hour, like you can't do anything, only start and stop.
I agree with you on the last part. So doing two-three complete x264s is what I'll do tonight.

Hopefully skylake, or X89 will be easier to OC and won't have the haswell problems.
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Side question: is Haswell E and Broadwell E X89?
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For 1 entire run of x264, it's about an hour, like you can't do anything

It's like 10 mins a loop for me i think

Haswell doesn't have any "problems" aside from the delid issue, it's a bit tricky to work with when you're relatively close to OC limits of the chip, but honestly i prefer it that way. It's not a sandy bridge set-clock-speed-and-increase-vcore-til-it-works-or-85c type overclocking experience, which gives no room for an experienced overclocker to do better, or play around at all.

Haswell-E's up next, on new socket. Not sure which it is. Will be super interesting.

Oh, you said can't do anything? Not quite as good but i often just set it to normal or below normal priority and do random stuff, recently watching Stargate. High prio on stress tests is good for ironing out the "borderline" settings*, not really required on x264 or even a few other things for finding ballparks i believe

*And is it even required then on x264? I'm not sure. Overnight on high prio will catch borderline stuff regardless, i'd imagine
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Yea, I don't wanna touch what I don't know.

That kind of eliminates the majority of Haswell overclocking, since it's not completely reliant on CPU multi and vcore....In order to be completely stable, you will most likely need to tweak some of the other voltages or settings. Then, if you start an OC on the RAM, then even that consists of more than timings, voltage and frequency (or XMP profile). Just sayin'....wink.gif
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Oh man, quite confusing for a noob fella. Well after i set my mem to XMP I'll call it a lifetime. No more OCing for me...
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Oh man, quite confusing for a noob fella. Well after i set my mem to XMP I'll call it a lifetime. No more OCing for me...

Just as a heads-up, you might need to increase the voltage for the XMP profile - but that all depends on your particular components. Once I got my 4670k to 4.6ghz, I enabled my XMP profile on my G. Skill 2133 memory, which put the sticks at 1.65v, but they really needed 1.71v to be stable.

Just trying to take some of the surprise out of it. So if you get a BSOD, just make sure that you check out the error code it gives you, as it will let you know (in most cases) what needs to be adjusted....thumbsupsmiley.png
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Oh man, quite confusing for a noob fella. Well after i set my mem to XMP I'll call it a lifetime. No more OCing for me...

You realize this thread revolves around a Haswell guide on the first page, right? Take calculated risks, look at what others have done and how many CPUs have gone down the toilet.

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It's like 10 mins a loop for me i think

Haswell doesn't have any "problems" aside from the delid issue, it's a bit tricky to work with when you're relatively close to OC limits of the chip, but honestly i prefer it that way. It's not a sandy bridge set-clock-speed-and-increase-vcore-til-it-works-or-85c type overclocking experience, which gives no room for an experienced overclocker to do better, or play around at all.

Haswell-E's up next, on new socket. Not sure which it is. Will be super interesting.

Oh, you said can't do anything? Not quite as good but i often just set it to normal or below normal priority and do random stuff, recently watching Stargate. High prio on stress tests is good for ironing out the "borderline" settings*, not really required on x264 or even a few other things for finding ballparks i believe

*And is it even required then on x264? I'm not sure. Overnight on high prio will catch borderline stuff regardless, i'd imagine
I'd rather just get higher performance with less hassle.
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