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I've got h0-yk0's (not sure if that's the kit you mean, low volt sammy's) but they don't seem to like anything over 2400@~1.5v at all

The hyk0 ICs are also used on the full size PCB 2400 - 2600mhz kits, but the hyk0 don't overclock as well on the low profile PCBs. On the low profile sticks I have to run 1.7V + to match the speed & timings as the samsung hch9 sticks at 1.5v. I just have the hch9 full size sticks & hyk0 low profile so can't actually compare the hyk0 on full size & low profile.
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Has anyone experienced a "break in?" My 4.7ghz used to be just fine with 1.325vcore ans 1.95vrin. Now I'm stable at 1.34vcore. :/

Oh, and doug... I won't be sending you a 4.9ghz validation because it won't even boot even with up to 1.45vcore.

Yes, pretty much every cpu I've had does it. Overclocks best new out of the box, after a while they will need a voltage bump for the same clocks & then usually run fine at that for a long time unless abused.
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Can a chip be a good core overclocker but a Bad uncore overclocker?

They can, chips can have a great core & lousy IMC, or great IMC & lousy core. IMCs get binned like binning for a great clocking core.
    
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1.45v.

I mixed up HCH9 and HYK0, HCH9 is the better one.
Just use a DMM. Digital/Analogue appear to start at a base of 1v, system agent at .85? With +15/+15/+15 I measure 1.16/1.16/.99v. They change if left on auto.

Any suggestions for one to buy in UK? Honestly i'd love to see IO/SA volts - seems like missing link when i can run tests all day one day and be wildly unstable the next with the same VRIN, vcore, ring, RAM multi, timings, volts, basically everything measurable the same. It's also much better for setting higher values, without worrying about setting something insane.
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B&Q if local but Maplin would probably have the best range and price. thumb.gif

EDIT- And try to get one with a hold/freeze button!

The one i use...

http://www.diy.com/nav/fix/electrical/electricians-tools/digital_multimeter/B-and-Q-MS8233A-Digital-Multimeter-12758717
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Originally Posted by tatmMRKIV View Post

My problem is you keep trailing off in your guide and I don't understand over half the terminology.. Way diff on my ASRock than what you are saying... and I don't even know which voltage you are talking about in your guide.. What part of I don't understand ANY of the setytings or terms for those things..
One second you are talking about one thing then another..

What the guide says to do half the time doesn't correlate to my board

supposedly VID can be 1.1 but mine is not budging off 1.35 or whatever CPU core is on
I mean I am trying to figure out what value to enter for something then you go off and talk about cpu coolers or something... This guide is all over the place

Thats a bit harsh,I have an Asrock board but the terminology is easy to figure out really,just read the motherboard manual and maybe some reviews.Its more the Asrock BIOS layout that threw me more than anything,once you spend the time finding things though it actually makes good sense.
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I was actually considering an ASRock board, one of the OC formula boards. Which do you have? I had the 990fx extreme 4 at one time, wasn't too impressed but the OC formula looks nice...

Edit: let me rephrase... I have the MSI MPower right now, it's ok. Been fairly happy with it. Mainly wanted to try others in hopes I could get a better OC. Right now I have my 4770k stable at 4.7 ghz, 1.38 vcore. Temps are all in check right now, but any time I try to go higher I get a bsod. Only when I reached 1.44 on vcore were temps within 95 C. Thoughts?
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ran cinebench for the first time, idk what a good score is or not lol im a gpu man tongue.gif

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ran cinebench for the first time, idk what a good score is or not lol im a gpu man tongue.gif

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ran cinebench for the first time, idk what a good score is or not lol im a gpu man tongue.gif


Why only 958cb?Only i get 960cb at 4.7 and 972cb at 4.8.

Bond32.I have the Asrock Z87E-ITX,its a good board but not the greatest for overclocking,your board would have far finer/tighter adjustments and better power delivery.Was going to try the Impact IV by Asus,but even if my board is effecting my overclock it wont be by much.
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Why only 958cb?Only i get 960cb at 4.7 and 972cb at 4.8.

RAM/uncore/OS/back ground apps/priority/desktop etc etc all add up.

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Edit: let me rephrase... I have the MSI MPower right now, it's ok. Been fairly happy with it. Mainly wanted to try others in hopes I could get a better OC. Right now I have my 4770k stable at 4.7 ghz, 1.38 vcore. Temps are all in check right now, but any time I try to go higher I get a bsod. Only when I reached 1.44 on vcore were temps within 95 C. Thoughts?

From what i gather there probably won't be any difference changing mobo, especially at this stage of OC'ing. Would be good to hear from those who've tried a few different boards though. As for the MPower i've found it to be superb and can't really fault it although i've no experience with any other Z87 mobo from which to compare!
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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

Really? My experience, voltage still has a larger impact than multiplier. Multiplier has an effect for sure but IIRC I got larger impact from voltage. This is from over two months ago though so my memory is fuzzy.

A 5-7C isn't that large. Consider Linpack vs x264. We're talking like, 30C, 40C difference? Pretty ridiculous. I don't use Linpack, but for the purposes of testing stress test, I'll revert to 42/42.
It's possible I remember things wrong as well. I'll try to quantify this a bit more, maybe my memory is failing me!
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Thats a bit harsh,I have an Asrock board but the terminology is easy to figure out really,just read the motherboard manual and maybe some reviews.Its more the Asrock BIOS layout that threw me more than anything,once you spend the time finding things though it actually makes good sense.
I am frusterated I think my chip is a tease
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Hello guys,

I come to ask you for help because im really struggling with my oc.
I can't find anything stable above stock clock...

My setup is mini ITX, asus maximus impact, 4670k, g skill 2400mhz 16gb and corsair h100i.

I can boot at 4.5 using adaptive +0.060 which gives around 1.158 to 1.28 under linpack, but unstable.
Same at 4.4 with 4.4 uncore (vccsa, vccio and vcin +0.100 offset) but unstable.
Tried 4.2 with 4.2 uncore still not stable
4.0 with 4.0 uncore still BSOD (101)

Now i'm only using XTU because other softs go to 100°c.
I'm currently stressing stock settings with ram @ XMP 2400, temps are already at 87° max.
Tried reapplying thermal paste with artic cooling 5, about same results....
Tickered with DRM settings, tried extreme, 120% cpu capabiity, LLC 8 etc...

C states enabled.

Do i have the crappiest chip ever, or i'm missing something ? I really want to run my ram at 2400, whats the point of buying such ram otherwise...
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