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Dude, all of the confirmed OC in this entire forum is in my chart.

yep, i'm trying to gather info from multiple communities though wink.gif dw, i've been checking your list
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yep, i'm trying to gather info from multiple communities though wink.gif dw, i've been checking your list
i don't get it...
post #6063 of 19539
He said limited options, as in, those three are available to him
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He said limited options, as in, those three are available to him

yep this is correct. sorry if my wording was confusing or misleading
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Man this chip is really sucking! Struggling to get 4.4ghz to complete the 4 runs of x264. Best luck so far was when I was at 1.270v core and 1.880v vccin, x264 ran run 1, pass 2.. Made it to 91% that pass. More I up the vccin the faster it crashes. I end up backing back to 1.800v and up the core by .005v It's pretty sad when I was at 4.3ghz and stable with 1.240v core. I needed 1.260v to even boot up past login screen for 4.4. Crashed again with last attempt at 1.275 vcore and 1.800v vccin. Taking a break.. But when I resume, I'll end up starting off at 1.280v core and 1.820v vccin. I have ram down to below default (1333mhz and with a voltage of 1.65, 1.5 wasn't cutting it). Uncore is at x33 with 1.15v vring. Any other ideas, am I going to just have to deal with this very poor scaler. I mean this is going to be a big jump in voltage to go from x43 to x44 frown.gif
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Username: sonic2911
CPU Model: i5 4670k
Core Multiplier: 46
CPU VID: 1.24
Vcore: 1.26
Input Voltage: 1.8
Uncore Multiplier: 35
Uncore Voltage: 1.2
Cooling Solution: hydro H60i
Stability Test: ibt 10 rounds, prime95 blend 2hours, linx
Batch Number: L315B369
Ram Speed: 2400 10-12-12 1.65v
Edited by sonic2911 - 11/27/13 at 8:10pm
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+0.03v for 100mhz is great, 0.05-0.07v for 100mhz is reality when nearer the limits of many chips
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Username: sonic2911
CPU Model: i5 4670k
Core Multiplier: 46
CPU VID: 1.24
Vcore: 1.26
Input Voltage: 1.8
Uncore Multiplier: 35
Uncore Voltage: 1.2
Cooling Solution: hydro H60i
Stability Test: ibt 10 rounds, prime95 blend 2hours, linx
Batch Number: how to know?
Ram Speed: 2400 10-12-12 1.65v

Batch number is on the box it came in smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

+0.03v for 100mhz is great, 0.05-0.07v for 100mhz is reality when nearer the limits of many chips

Was that reply for my post?

Never mind. I got so many numbers in my head I'm not seeing straight lol
Edited by Scotty Mac - 11/27/13 at 8:18pm
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Batch number is on the box it came in smile.gif
L315B369
Thanks biggrin.gif
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