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prime95 + heaven benchmark + aida HDD , LinX + heaven benchmark + aida HDD & Intel XTU + heaven benchmark + aida HDD. Even though I won't max out the temps rarely, I still take it has a factor to the overclock.

You won't see temps within 30c unless you plan to use the OC for crunching gflops all day, check temps under x264 load or something like linpack without avx, you'd be surprised

If that version of cpu-z displays vcore well, then it's news to me, most people are using 1.64.0 and i tried half a dozen versions that didn't work
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This would be my luck. After literally MONTHS of running at the same clock speeds/voltages, MONTHS of bf4, I was running a fluids modeling program yesterday for a project I have due wednesday when my pc got a BSOD. I don't remember exactly which it was, it was one I didn't recognize. When I restarted and got back to windows, I find my project file is now corrupted. The company can't recover it either. That was weeks worth of work down the drain. Fantastic.
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posted this in the wrong thread, this is a better location smile.gif

excellent thread first of all
using this and other resources i think i've managed a pretty good first "stable" overclock and am wondering if it's worth going much further given the fact that i'll mainly be doing gaming and some photo-editing
so, this is my setup:
gigabyte Z87x u3dh
4670k (malay 316)
mugen 4 pcgh edition
cml8gx3m2a1600c9 2x4 gb corsair memory

i'm running @ 4.5 ghz (100x45 , 38x uncore, mem@1600, 1.75 vccin, 1.21 vcore & 1.15 vring). From what i can tell ,these are pretty good voltages for that speed. (My stock vid is 1.065)
it's been stable with IBT (10 runs high x 5) max temps 90°), aida (about an hour) and x264 (an hour), obviously with lower temps
i know i have to do loads more for 100% stability but after just a few hours of fiddling around, this does seem pretty good
i'm gonna let in run AIDA overnight and x264 during the day but i have a feeling it could turn out fine

haven't played with memory yet except setting it at 1600mhz

any first thoughts of how to (safely) push this thing a bit further? Again, i'll be mainly doing gaming (with a 7950 for now) and seeing as there is virtually no difference in 3Dmark firestrike, valley or heaven between 3.4 and 4.5, i doubt i'm going to have to push the cpu much higer than 4.5 but please correct me if i'm wrong ... I know benchmarking does not equal gaming but it just gives me a first indication smile.gif
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I've got mine on 4.4, using 1.285v smile.gif
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I was running a fluids modeling program yesterday for a project I have due wednesday when my pc got a BSOD. I don't remember exactly which it was, it was one I didn't recognize.

Well, go get bluescreenviewer and check. As you said yourself, it's super important.
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Well, go get bluescreenviewer and check. As you said yourself, it's super important.

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, 0x0000000a is the one. I'll look into it.
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That's a memory bluescreen, don't blame your CPU.
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I have determined a 24/7 OC for my i7-4770k using manual overrides. I'm now adjusting all the setting for an Adaptive Mode.

On an ASRock Z87 Extreme4 I set everything to adaptive with 47x per core. All the C states are enabled.

Just sitting idle at the desktop of Win7 x64 my freqs are 0.8/0.8 Ghz with a Vcore of 0.837v. When I play a game such as C3, the freqs step up to the max I have adjusted them to but I'm seeing an oscillation between 39x and the max of 47x I have set the cores to (uncore goes to 39x when core is at 47x).

The Long/Short Duration Power limits are set to 1000w (per XTU) but I can't go over 56s in the bios for the duration maintained. I can adjust the duration to a max of 3145728s using XTU but I think as soon as I close out XTU the settings go back to what's in the bios.

Are the oscillations between 39x and 47x when gaming due the this 56s limit (I can't really tell time diff using AIDA graphing) or are they just pauses in the game?

I really like the adaptive settings but I want to make sure I am maxed out when gaming.
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I asked earlier about my 4670k @ 4.6ghz/1.253v hitting 86c peak in prime95. Helpful person told me prime95 produces unrealistic temps.

So I queued up some 1080p encodes, which I'm pretty sure is the most demanding thing I do on a pc cpu wise. Cpu usage is at 100%. Temp has not gone above 60c after more than 24 hours of straight encoding.

Can I rest assured this oc is fine for my system and I don't need to go down to 4.4 or so? Or should I still run an alternate synthetic benchmark?
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x264 is actually surprisingly demanding on haswell, even an hour of encoding tells you a lot and if you can pass it, you're almost certainly stable or very very close. It'll be fine OC, though i'd as always try to tighten volts and then clock further
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