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Originally Posted by wy2sl0 View Post

Ok let me know the prog you are referring to and I will give it a go and an answer.

from the OP:
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I highly recommend trying x264 encoding test if you are looking for a stressful nonsynthetic stress test. Nonsynthetic meaning temps will not be very high, being only a notch higher than normal 100% CPU load. But it'll still be very stressful, often causing crashes in an hour at most. For x264, skip to the second part of the test, because the first part is not really that stressful. Just pass it 3-5 times in a row for stability. For a peace of mind I recommend running x264 looped all night as you sleep once, and if it passes, it's table. There IS a way to loop the test.
http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=520
http://www.2shared.com/file/JZiNGawh/bench_script_loop_user.html

The download above is only 9kb. It is an alternative batch file for x264. Simply drop it into the x264 folder and click the new batch to run the altered version allowing you to set however many passes you want. Honestly, 20 or higher passes is overkill.
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

That is from the ROG site from what I see. I think he just gave you the direct link they give.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?40057-RealBench-v2.0-Public-Beta!-amp-Leaderboard&country=&status=
Ah right, doh, thanks man!! (EDIT: or woman tongue.gif)
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Thanks I will give it a go. Either way though I think something is wrong if I can't even run the stock Turbo Freq across all cores at 1.32v mad.gif
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1.12-1.16v so far @ 55-60fps.
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Originally Posted by Scotty Mac View Post

Ya know the funny thing? I was running benches, I was multi-tasking.. (no games yet) and basically a lot more load on my system than last night and haven't crashed yet. And I haven't changed a thing in BIOS! This is a weird ass CPU!

I was puurrrrfect the 1st nite I ran all my tests (3 times on final) ...... next morning everything was in the toilet but i wrote it off to a CMS reset I hadda do cause Windows time wasn't working.

Did it again next day, was able to hit 4.6 w/o dropping any settings off default w/ just voltage of 1.38 and DRAM voltage of 1.673 ..... everything was purrfect (again ran thru all 3 times) ..... woke up next day, everything was in toilet..... RoG Real Bench crashed w/ a 0124 after like 8 seconds .... (never crashed before 8 minute mark during all my previous trials) ..... bumped DRAM back up to 1.65 as that was my last change prior to nite before's successful 1.63 run and it's fine.
Edited by JackNaylorPE - 11/30/13 at 8:09am
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Pass 2 is the important part
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I'm hesitant to download anything LOL. Tis why I'm not doing the new driver for nvidia cards. I'll wait for the WHQL version before I update. I never tried that ROG before.. So i decided to. Kinda like that Catalyst (CatZilla) benchmark. I don't like that fact you have to pay to even do a 720p benchmark. even tho it's only 48 cents. I don't like paying for anything! lol

Necroscan link I posted **was** from Asus RoG Site

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?40057-RealBench-v2.0-Public-Beta!-amp-Leaderboard&country=&status=
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Ok here's what you've all been waiting for..RealBench v2.0 public beta!

Download link:
http://www.necrosan.com/rog/RealBenc...ublic_beta.rar
(File hosting courtesy of Necrosan)

v2 Leaderboard:
http://rog.asus.com/rog-pro/realbench-v2-leaderboard/

A quick summary of what has changed from v1:
1) Addition of the OpenCL test. (it uses all available GPUs including CPU embedded ones if they're available and support OpenCL)
2) Replacement of the Multitasking test with a much heavier version.
3) New scoring system.
4) Redesigned Stress Test from scratch. Now it's like it was supposed to be. Don't curse at me if you start failing this one
5) Lots of interface changes. Stress Test mode is now separated from Benchmark mode, so it's more intuitive.
6) Online Leaderboard function for everyone that has ASUS boards. Official leaderboard is not online yet but you can submit scores from the beta so it will help the testing of the function.
7) High quality screenshot function.
8) Full system stats displayed in user interface after successful runs.

Oh well, enough talking, I'll let you explore the beta!




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Originally Posted by whiteironknuckle View Post

How many here, as overclockers/powerusers, feel that Haswell was worth getting?

Have to define worth ......

1. If goal is to get a certain level of system performance and say "Hey I overclocked my CPU from 3.5 to 4.8 GHz", then ya better off with SB

2. If goal is to get a higher level of system performance than above but only be able to say "I overclocked my CPU from 3.5 to 4.6 GHz", then ya better off with HW

While SB overclocks 3-4% better than HW, HW starts out about 10%-12 faster outta the box so SB never can quite catch up.


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I think a lot of people are really hesitant to up VCore in fear of higher temps. In my limited experience, I saw a movement of a mere 6C moving between 1.31v and 1.38v on a corsair h100i

The rise is exponential .... this was my experience


Core Speed - VID - Highest Core Temp (* meas all settings on auto ... ONLY 1 change = CPU multiplier ..... all rest onl;y other change was "adaptive))
3.5 GHz - 1.248 - 56*
4.0 GHz - 1.216 - 55*
4.2 Ghz - 1.152 - 55*
4.4 GHz - 1.292 - 64
4.5 Ghz - 1.328 - 68
4.6 Ghz - 1.380 - 74

So my voltage and temps actually dropped from stock setting to 4.2 GHz but then went up 9C with a VID increase from 1.15 to 1.29 ..... as was noted in JJs overclocking video, voltage req'ts and temps rise much faster in Haswell than the did in previous generations

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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

x264 too, to be fair. Most people quote vs ivy, though
I gotta say on other forums i saw 20, maybe 30+ sandy bridge oc systems, and not a single one at 5ghz - i don't think it was really that easy, was it?

My 1st OC attempt was at 4.6Ghz on the 2600k .... was at 4.8 Ghz and been running 24/7 in SLI box since "birth" smile.gif

For 5.0 .... all I did was turn off Hyperthreading and bump LLC to high to keep heat below 75C (on air)


As for the SB / HW compression ....covered in detail in JJ's overclocking video on youtube. Quite clear that HW does not OC as well as SB.... as for the difference in performance..... anandtech's CPU bench sows a 10-12% difference in performance outta the box".
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i find it really interesting that you guys claim you have a lot of issues with strange instabilities from unknown sources. My chip acted as all chips of previous generations have

BSOD 124's, rectified through bumping vcore.

This error and fix above was probably assisted my keeping my VRIN close to the guidelines listed in the OP (1.85 VRIN for <1.28v vcore, 1.90 VRIN for 1.28-1.35vcore, 1.95 VRIN for >1.35vcore), and putting the Vring value to 1.20v (even when uncore is stock). Honestly, there's no reason not to put VRIN and Vring higher than the 'baseline minimums' just to rule out the possibility of instability caused by them.
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Pass 2 1.16 with 1.2 blips.
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Pass 2 1.16 with 1.2 blips.

That seems.. very very bad.

I'd manual in ~1.25vcore, 1.85 VRIN, a decently high LLC level, 1.2 ring, uncore 100mhz below stock so it doesn't turbo, and then check what core multiplier you can pass x264 with, but you're using 0.12v more than my "meh" chip at stock clocks
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