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Ahh I've gotten lost in all the posts overnight so I'm not sure what questions people have for me. frown.gif
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I have tested them a few times, haven't found them to help anything yet. What's your vcore at again? Your sig says 1.7???

updated sig, sorry bout that. (fat fingers,small phone). for some reason ive had these settings stable for a month or so, all of a sudden i got random bsods. in the bios i noticed that my core,ring, input volts all were fine , but SA, DIO, AIO were switched back to default. these were as follows: SA+.150, AIO+.030, DIO+.030 all for 2400. if i go all default settings @ 2400, bsod codes ( 3B,1E,50)

new updated settings:


Username: SgtRotty
CPU Model: 4770k
Core Multiplier: x45
CPU VID: 1.275
Vcore: 1.288
Input Voltage: 1.87
Uncore Multiplier: x43
Uncore Voltage: 1.20
Cooling Solution: h100 push/pull
Stability Test: bf3 and bf4 only (experimenting with XTU)
Batch Number: L312B534
Ram Speed:2x4gb gskills xtrident 2400 1 0-13-13-33 1CR
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When the OP says " Also, you may need to alter the voltages for SA, IO Analog, IO digital as well." What does "SA" stand for in the ASUS uefi rog bios?
 
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When the OP says " Also, you may need to alter the voltages for SA, IO Analog, IO digital as well." What does "SA" stand for in the ASUS uefi rog bios?

"SA" stands for System Agent, though I'm not exactly sure what it's called on the ASUS ROG boards....Can you google it?
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I was on google and it looks like the Asus boards have something called CPU System Agent! Will have to check tomorrow. Thanks!
 
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I was on google and it looks like the Asus boards have something called CPU System Agent! Will have to check tomorrow. Thanks!

Sounds like that's exactly what you're looking for then.... thumb.gif
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"SA" stands for System Agent, though I'm not exactly sure what it's called on the ASUS ROG boards....Can you google it?
ya i have an asus maximus VI hero -- that's it
btw i've noticed that for me if you go too aggressive on overvolting these my system can also get unstable
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ya i have an asus maximus VI hero -- that's it
btw i've noticed that for me if you go too aggressive on overvolting these my system can also get unstable

Yeah, you definitely want to increase these voltages in very small increments - like 0.001 at a time, possibly 0.002
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Yeah, you definitely want to increase these voltages in very small increments - like 0.001 at a time, possibly 0.002
oh i increased mine more aggressively but i ONLY had to touch them when i clocked my RAM to its specs
was running at 1300 (per Darkwizzie's guide), then once I was done with core/uncore i started working on the ram
i set it manually to 2133 9/11/11/2 as rated and voltage at 1.62 (0.02 higher than rated) but i couldn't get this to work until i upped SA/DIO/AIO by 0.150. That's pretty aggressive compared to what you're suggesting.

but bear in mind each system is unique, so don't by me. just telling you what worked for me (i might have been able to come up with tigether SA/DIO/AIO but frankly i'm exhausted from almost like a month of playing with my system tongue.gif)
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Darkwizzie,

Could you pls update my OC entry. I believe I experienced some kind of 'burn-in' of the OC. My stable voltages went up and it took me forever to realize that. It started happening during the last step of my OC process when I tried to reliably get my GSkill TridentX to its rated level. Finally I ended up going back to square one only to realize my core/uncore voltages were no longer stable. Here are the new values.

Core X46 @ 1.319V (may be able to make tighter but frankly too tired to play with this anymore, I've lost all desire to try to reach 47 just too exhausted and happy to have a stable system)
CacheRatio x43 @1.243V (again might have a tighter value but too tired to play more)
SA/DIO/AIO +0.150V
DRAM 2133 @1.62V 9/11/11/13

I've tested these with 8 hours of OCCT (I've found this to be the most sensitive test for my own system), several RealBench runs, CineBench runs and XTU runs. Going to do a 20x pass of x264 tonight,

Some benchmark results, don't know how good they are but there it is.
Note that I do not have a dedicated GPU, this is using the integrated CPU GPU, kind of waiting on pricing of the OC 780Ti edition to see if I'll totally splurge on it...

XTU: 1126
CineBench15: 947
RealBench System: 84391, Video Editing: 133678/64s, Encoding 101428/118.19s, OpenGL(IntegratedGPU) 31131/510, Multitasking: 96234/101.627s

I'm going to still run OCCT and x264 for a few more nights just to make sure there are no further regressions.... sooo glad to be done with this (i hope!!)

Thanks.
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