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post #6591 of 19603
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

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.

Turbo voltage is what @error-id10t has told me to change for utilising adaptive voltage rather than manual/fixed voltage. He also has a Asus mobo. In an hour or so I'll try mucking around with a few LLC options while im in manual/fixed mode and see what difference they make to my current stable profile
post #6592 of 19603
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Turbo voltage is what @error-id10t has told me to change for utilising adaptive voltage rather than manual/fixed voltage. He also has a Asus mobo. In an hour or so I'll try mucking around with a few LLC options while im in manual/fixed mode and see what difference they make to my current stable profile

When I get home imma mess with me bios settings, too. I've just been kinda lazy about it because, well it works. Haha
post #6593 of 19603
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Turbo voltage is what @error-id10t has told me to change for utilising adaptive voltage rather than manual/fixed voltage. He also has a Asus mobo. In an hour or so I'll try mucking around with a few LLC options while im in manual/fixed mode and see what difference they make to my current stable profile

So when I set it to 1.32v, it maxes out at 1.328v even in BF4. Of course it'll ramp up in Prime or XTU Bench etc but all that's been discussed already. LLC doesn't change this, AUTO = LLC8 on my board, I have it set to LLC7 as that gives me the same VCCIN as per BIOS under idle/load.

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post #6594 of 19603
Awesome info mate smile.gif I'll try to find what the "Auto" LLC setting on my Gryphon equates to (probably the same as your mobo) and then start playing with those turbo voltages. Will the voltage bump up higher than the nominated turbo value if I start looping x264? I just need an environment to check that my voltages are acting as expected when the CPU is being stressed
post #6595 of 19603
Anyone help me out?? Is 1.42v safe? I oc my cpu today to 4.8ghz and its stable 7hrs stress testing! temps never went over 80c
post #6596 of 19603
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Anyone help me out?? Is 1.42v safe? I oc my cpu today to 4.8ghz and its stable 7hrs stress testing! temps never went over 80c

So far, I've been at 1.425 for about a month with no odd behavior, or reduction in clock speed....
post #6597 of 19603
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Originally Posted by NightHawk06 View Post

Anyone help me out?? Is 1.42v safe? I oc my cpu today to 4.8ghz and its stable 7hrs stress testing! temps never went over 80c

"Safe" is hard to say; it's not unheard of to see people pushing those sorts of voltages (the OP is pushing a similar voltage), and obviously his chip is still alive because he hasn't said otherwise. How long a chip lasts with 1.42v running through it is anyone's guess smile.gif
post #6598 of 19603
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

So far, I've been at 1.425 for about a month with no odd behavior, or reduction in clock speed....

oh ya what cpu you running haswell?? I might just leave it here at 1.4v stable at 4.8 gonna delid soon when I get
my naked ivy kit biggrin.gif
post #6599 of 19603
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Originally Posted by NightHawk06 View Post

oh ya what cpu you running haswell?? I might just leave it here at 1.4v stable at 4.8 gonna delid soon when I get
my naked ivy kit biggrin.gif

I'm running a 4670k @ 4.6ghz....I'm about to de-lid mine also, once the CLP comes in.... thumb.gif
post #6600 of 19603
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Originally Posted by Tennobanzai View Post

Just wondering if voltages look right, specially my IA and LLC/Ring offset. FYI i'm just playing with it and put offset with a lot of negative


1st time i've seen them reported as an offset so can't really comment. I'll ask someone that knows though. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by wsjackson5 View Post

Okay with limited testing (1 hour prime95) my new 4770k seems to be stable at 46, 1.315 vcore, 2.0 vin, 1.25 uncore, 40 cache ratio. all @85C under custom water.

Any recommendations? Thinking of doing more testing, then should I try to go for 47? try raising cache ratio? lowering vin and/or uncore?
any experienced insight would be greatly appreciated.

Yup, should be able to squeeze 4.7 out of that chip under 1.4vcore or not far off it. 1.25vring is quite high for x40 uncore. I'd expect you'd be able to do that multi nearer 1.2vring. 85C seems quite high for a custom water loop. I struggle to get much over 70deg running IBT max with higher voltages than yours. Any idea what ambient water temps are?
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Originally Posted by pilotter View Post

did my first overclock today,

highest temp on core3 73C

CPU core ratio 45
CPU cache ratio AUTO ( I believe this is ring bus? )
CPU core voltage 1.25

Ram DDR3 -2133 9-11-10-27-2N-1.5v

Should I bring her back to adaptive?

tested for 2 hrs Aida 64, and with Rog Realbench.

I think there is more juice in this prrocessor, but at 46 I can start etc but it will not go longer than 45 min Aida64 mad.gif

Plenty of headroom to move up a multi. Read through the guide and the thread. Drop uncore/ram etc whilst oc'ing core and you'll reap the benefits. Seems to be one of the basics with has well that some folks don't pick up on. One stage at a time dude! And if you've not already, vrin (vccin) & vcore for core oc.

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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

Ok, I guess it's finally time to get my results added....biggrin.gif

Username: blaze2210
CPU Model: 4670K
Core Multiplier: 46
CPU VID: 1.425
Vcore: 1.43
Input Voltage: 1.930
Uncore Multiplier: 40
Uncore Voltage: 1.233
Cooling Solution: Corsair H100i w/ GC Extreme compound
Stability Test: half hour of XTU, 10 passes of LinX, 4+ hours of Assassin's Creed 4, 6+ hours of Batman Origins, 4+ hours of Crysis 3
Batch Number: (I'll get it when I get home
Ram Speed: 2400mhz

About time! thumb.gif
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