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I feel it, i coming closer to my stable OC, now testing;
Core: 45x 1,23v
Uncore: 42x 1,16v (1,15v = 9h prime stable)
Vccin: 1,8v

Nope, its trolling me....crash after 1 h.....i dont know what the fking Problem is...
Can more vring need more vccin ?
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It's taking 1.41 on vcore just to run the xtu test for my 4.8 ghz... Why does that seem so much higher than most everyone else? Also tempo are hitting 90 C with 960mm of rad space solely cooling the cpu... I have to say I expected better results.

My pc froze about 30 min into the xtu stress test. Going to work on it in the mornin.. Seems 5 ghz won't happen.

Still sounds like you eneded up with a better chip than I did. Mine requires 1.35v just to run stable at 4.4ghz. I won't even bother with 4.5ghz, because in XTU/Prime my temps shoot up to 87C even at 4.4.
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At such low voltages it's very unlikely 1.8v Vccin isn't enough. Like I've said you can test this yourself by finding out out long till bsod on average. 

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I found that adjusting the SA/IA voltages didn't change much when I was getting 4.7 stable, so I haven't changed them off auto. I have the VCCIN set to auto which is at 1.84 volts, I didn't find it to change anything either so I may increase that. I just disabled the SVID communication, going to see if that changes anything.
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Originally Posted by Okt00 View Post

CPU Model: 4770k
Core Multiplier: 43x
CPU VID: 1.2v
Vcore: 1.212v
Input Voltage: 1.8v
Uncore Multiplier: 39x
Uncore Voltage: 1.62v
Cooling Solution: h80i
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Okt00, your UncoreV seems really high, to me (though obviously every CPU is unique) especially compared to your core speeds/voltage.
Did you start to prematurely try to bump up the Uncore multiplier? I think you should go back to uncore x35, take down the Uncore votlage to stock, and only play with Core Mult/ CPU Vid. Or did you already did that and hit a wall at 4.3Ghz for core?
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I found that adjusting the SA/IA voltages didn't change much when I was getting 4.7 stable, so I haven't changed them off auto. I have the VCCIN set to auto which is at 1.84 volts, I didn't find it to change anything either so I may increase that. I just disabled the SVID communication, going to see if that changes anything.

What CPU VID did you end up with for 4.7? I find that 4.6 I can accomplish with about 1.25 but 4.7 requires 1.35+ and the temps just spike way too much to justify it unfortunately (everything else is stock) frown.gif I guess still better than some, but this huge discontinuity in voltage requirement is really annoying... was so hoping for 4.7:)

Weird question:
Before going to bed I set x264 for a 20-pass. When I woke up this morning my PC was in Sleep mode, I woke it up and the test immediately resumed -- it was at Loop 13. How can the PC go to sleep with such a high CPU load? Any ideas? I'm really baffled here...
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What CPU VID did you end up with for 4.7? I find that 4.6 I can accomplish with about 1.25 but 4.7 requires 1.35+ and the temps just spike way too much to justify it unfortunately (everything else is stock) frown.gif I guess still better than some, but this huge discontinuity in voltage requirement is really annoying... was so hoping for 4.7 smile.gif

That's about what mine needed. Think it is actually around 1.37
post #5478 of 19539
Ah so very similar. I'm cooling with h100i but temps start hitting 97C on the hottest core (coolest core is 89-90 at that point and other two 92-94C) on Prime95 so I guess I have a choice of either switching completely to non-synthetic tests to keep 4.7 or go down. I think I'll go down to 4.6 frown.gif
post #5479 of 19539
creos7 you will not notice the difference with less those 100MHz even if you were at 4.2 the games would have the same fps they are very GPU bound now a days...
post #5480 of 19539
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creos7 you will not notice the difference with less those 100MHz even if you were at 4.2 the games would have the same fps they are very GPU bound now a days...
Oh I realize that, actually this PC is more for office and some video editing so more productivity-type of use than gaming. I WILL play games for sure, but I'll likely get an overkill GPU anyway (gtx780). With hyperthreading on, provided you have a well-written app, you gain much more than 100Ghz, it's 100Ghz x number of threads which could end up 3x/4x on top. Purely for the non-game use case.
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