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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

Ok - throw up the benches, above 200gflops? I got 208 at 4ghz, though i didn't try to bench much, that was just one run w/ 6144mb RAM - though still, you need 1.2vcore? 1.05 gave me some hitches with p28.1/200gflops, but ~1.07-1.1 worked fine for hours of both
Ouch, if that's true it's the worst or one of the worst chips that i've heard of. I booted 4.0 and browsed for a while on 1.0v no problem and my chip is ~average

above 200gflops



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Try OCCT Large instead of LinX / IBT, let me know what temps you get?

My old 4770k (graphed in the OP) required a very, very similar voltage to boot. what batch# have you got?

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RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
2.8Ghz, CMY16GX3M2A2400C11R A-DATA SP900 2x ST2000DM001-1ER164 ASMedia® ASM1061 (External) 
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post #6582 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Unknownm View Post

changed things around, since I know 4Ghz is my limit for now until the Liquid pro gets here I decided to mess with ram. On my Ivybridge setup, I could only 1800Mhz, with this I can get 1866mhz! not bad


You need 1.2vcore for 4.0? I'm at like 1.05

Then count your blessings. I'm @ 1.3V for 4.3. frown.gif

Although I did remove all the fan filters and front fan cover and that lowered temps 10~15C. biggrin.gif
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My Manual VID is 1.3v (1.33 Vcore). Does that mean my Adaptive turbo voltage should be 1.3v?
post #6584 of 19539
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

My Manual VID is 1.3v (1.33 Vcore). Does that mean my Adaptive turbo voltage should be 1.3v?

To be fully stable, yes. It should ramp up to the voltage you have set in manual. However, you might see voltages a little higher on occasion. Or, in my case quite a bit higher.
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guys, sorry, i'm sure it's been mentioned before but what can you use to open a .dmp file.
i wanted to figure out what was the error msg of a BSOD, thanks
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

To be fully stable, yes. It should ramp up to the voltage you have set in manual. However, you might see voltages a little higher on occasion. Or, in my case quite a bit higher.

righto cheers. in avx2 environments, yeah? how big is the voltage bump you're seeing?
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righto cheers. in avx2 environments, yeah? how big is the voltage bump you're seeing?

I see it go from 1.34 to 1.42 while gaming. I think my issue may not be related to just setting it to adaptive, though. I've yet to work it out, and it is only for a few seconds.
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Hey guys I just overclocked my cpu to 4.8ghz started at 1.380v it booted up then crashed so now i'm complete stable at 1.42v under water cooling kit I just got yesterday
xspc raystorm ex240 kit and the only highest Temps I got for testing 6hrs was 78c 76c 77c 68c

is this safe for 24/7 use? was playing bf4 early for 4hrs no crash
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I see it go from 1.34 to 1.42 while gaming. I think my issue may not be related to just setting it to adaptive, though. I've yet to work it out, and it is only for a few seconds.

wow, i'll be keeping an eye on my voltages then for sure. Your turbo voltage is set to...? The reason for the added voltage might be due to a lack of LLC?
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

wow, i'll be keeping an eye on my voltages then for sure. Your turbo voltage is set to...? The reason for the added voltage might be due to a lack of LLC?

LLC is at the highest setting and I didn't touch the turbo adaptive, don't even know if I have one. Haven't really delved too much into the board.
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