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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

So given my current settings, where ya think ill end up needing to be stable? The "greyed out" value says 1.288v. But before it was at 1.274. I got close with the first 1.270.. Then the greyed out area upped itself to 1.288v. Maybe 1.280? I hope so.. I'm just not liking this much of an increase. Is there a big difference in performance from 4.4 to 4.5ghz?
post #6072 of 19578
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Dude, all of the confirmed OC in this entire forum is in my chart.

On ya charts...I saw ya breakdown on what % hits what multiplier .... I'm curious tho if ya have a breakdown on what can hit what without any reduction in any other settings. IOW, other than setting to manual, adaptive and picking a voltage. Was just wondering as to how many CPUs out there "have it all" smile.gif
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So given my current settings, where ya think ill end up needing to be stable? The "greyed out" value says 1.288v. But before it was at 1.274. I got close with the first 1.270.. Then the greyed out area upped itself to 1.288v. Maybe 1.280? I hope so.. I'm just not liking this much of an increase. Is there a big difference in performance from 4.4 to 4.5ghz?

Bit over a couple of percent

if you're stable @4.3 with 1.24vcore, then i'd expect like 1.28 or 1.29 for 4.4

you might want to download cinebench r15 and benchmark a couple of different settings (with it set to realtime priority in task manager) i find it helps bring perspective to overclocking
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Bit over a couple of percent

if you're stable @4.3 with 1.24vcore, then i'd expect like 1.28 or 1.29 for 4.4

you might want to download cinebench r15 and benchmark a couple of different settings (with it set to realtime priority in task manager) i find it helps bring perspective to overclocking

I'll do that. Is it a synthetic test? I don't understand all that talk about avx or whatever it is for stress tests.
Do I use my stable oc then?
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I'll do that. Is it a synthetic test? I don't understand all that talk about avx or whatever it is for stress tests.
Do I use my stable oc then?

It's a benchmark based on rendering with cinema 4d. Stable OC is fine
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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

Be happy i can't get prime95 blend stable pass 4.2 ghz....
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It's a benchmark based on rendering with cinema 4d. Stable OC is fine

So running it with adaptive settings is ok? What I meant. smile.gif
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Be happy i can't get prime95 blend stable pass 4.2 ghz....

Nah, I won't be happy until I hit 4.5ghz and with minimal vcore and temps are in check wink.gif
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So running it with adaptive settings is ok? What I meant. smile.gif

Yea of course, just like any other program. Though i personally wouldn't run adaptive anything - that's one of the only ways people have killed Haswell CPU's.
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So running it with adaptive settings is ok? What I meant. smile.gif

Adaptive is fine for normal usage, but any time you're going to be running stability/stress tests, make sure you switch over to manual settings. The things is that during stress tests, Haswell will feel that it needs more voltage and will request -and get - more than it really needs, which can damage the CPU....
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