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Hello, I've put my new rig (sig rig) into life finally, and after like a month of trials and sleepless night of overclocking madness, I reached 4.3 ghz, which you can say is very disappointing for this brand new cpu I have. I'd love to read all 675 pages in this thread, but you can imagine it's impossible because it will be extremely time consuming. So I'd love if any of you people are familiar my motherboard's settings please tell me if I do anything wrong in my overclocking or I just have a horrible horrible cpu. UEFI settings as follows:

Under "Extreme Tweaker" Tab:

Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
CPU Strap: Auto
PLL Selection: Auto
Filter PLL: Auto
BCLK: 100
Initial BCLK: Auto
Asus Multicore Enhancement: Auto
CPU Core ratio: 43 (Sync All Cores)
Min. CPU Cache ratio: 35
Max. CPU Cache ratio: 43
Internal PLL Overvoltage: Auto
BCLK Freq : DRAM Freq Ratio: Auto
Dram Freq: 2133 Mhz
Xtreme tweaking: Enable
CPU Level Up: Auto
EPU Power Saving Mode: Disabled

"DRAM Timing Control" menu settings all left at auto. It had the timings that my RAM DIMM's have been advertised at. So I left em all in auto.

"DIGI+ Power Control" Menu Settings:

CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 8 (which is maximum)
CPU voltage Freq: Auto
VCCIN MOS Volt Control: Auto
CPU Power Phase Control: Extreme
CPU Power Duty Control: Extreme
CPU Current Capability: Auto
CPU Power Thermal Control: 130
CPU Input Boot Voltage: Auto
DRAM Current Capability: %100
DRAM Voltage Frequency: Auto
DRAM Power Phase Control: Extreme

"Tweakers Paradise" Menu settings all left at auto.

"CPU Power Management" Menu Settings:

Enhanced Intel Speed Step Tech: Disabled
Turbo Mode: Enabled (Tried to disable it, but when I do so and put a multiplier for overclocking it turns back on. So I left it back on and noticed that it does not drop my multiplier even on %0 load. I don't know why this happens the way it does, but I never experienced a "turbo" act as such.) Also everything else is left at auto in this menu.

Continuing to "Extreme Tweaker" Tab with voltages:

Fully manual mode: Enabled
CPU Core Voltage: 1.265625
CPU Cache voltage: 1.265625
CPU System Agent Voltage: Auto
CPU Analog I/O Voltage: Auto
CPU Digital I/O Voltage: Auto
PCH Interfacing Voltage: Auto
SVID Control: Disabled
Initial CPU Input Voltage: Auto
Eventual CPU Input voltage: Auto
DRAM Voltage: 1.65000
PCH Core Voltage: Auto
PCH VLX Voltage: Auto
VTTDDR Voltage: Auto
DRAm CTRL REF Voltage: Auto
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHA: Auto
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHB: Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
BCLK Recovery: Enabled

So there are all my settings regarding to what I changed for overclocking, rest is boot options etc. and I know we don't need those here. I would be so thankful if anybody can enlighten me in terms of what can or can not be further done to achieve higher clock speed with my particular cpu. The batch is 316 if I remember correctly. I use all the equipment listed in my sig. Looking forward to any replies. Thanks!
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Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
Asus Multucore enhancement : Disabled
Core Ratio: 45 / All Cores
Dram Frequency: 1600 MHz / Voltage & Timings set to spec
Cpu Core Voltage:: Manual / 1.290v
Cpu Spread Spectrum: Disabled

Cpu Power Phase Control: Extreme
Cpu Current Capacity: 130%

Enable Raid

That should get you 4.5GHz , I would make sure the Bios is current , Clear the CMOS , Load the above settings & leave everything else set to Auto, 1.290v - 1.31v Cpu Core Voltage is all I would go , Then If you get stable start lowering the V Core by 5 say 1.285 , till you find the sweet spot, then raising the ram a bit at a time.

Good Luck Mate.
Edited by getyasome - 12/11/13 at 4:21am
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Has anyone experimented with asus multicore enhancement? Wondering if disabling would allow a lower vcore or something useful like that.
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Originally Posted by M.Marcelo View Post

Hello, I've put my new rig (sig rig) into life finally, and after like a month of trials and sleepless night of overclocking madness, I reached 4.3 ghz, which you can say is very disappointing for this brand new cpu I have. I'd love to read all 675 pages in this thread, but you can imagine it's impossible because it will be extremely time consuming. So I'd love if any of you people are familiar my motherboard's settings please tell me if I do anything wrong in my overclocking or I just have a horrible horrible cpu. UEFI settings as follows:

Under "Extreme Tweaker" Tab:

Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
CPU Strap: Auto
PLL Selection: Auto
Filter PLL: Auto
BCLK: 100
Initial BCLK: Auto
Asus Multicore Enhancement: Auto
CPU Core ratio: 43 (Sync All Cores)
Min. CPU Cache ratio: 35
Max. CPU Cache ratio: 43
Internal PLL Overvoltage: Auto
BCLK Freq : DRAM Freq Ratio: Auto
Dram Freq: 2133 Mhz
Xtreme tweaking: Enable
CPU Level Up: Auto
EPU Power Saving Mode: Disabled

"DRAM Timing Control" menu settings all left at auto. It had the timings that my RAM DIMM's have been advertised at. So I left em all in auto.

"DIGI+ Power Control" Menu Settings:

CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 8 (which is maximum)
CPU voltage Freq: Auto
VCCIN MOS Volt Control: Auto
CPU Power Phase Control: Extreme
CPU Power Duty Control: Extreme
CPU Current Capability: Auto
CPU Power Thermal Control: 130
CPU Input Boot Voltage: Auto
DRAM Current Capability: %100
DRAM Voltage Frequency: Auto
DRAM Power Phase Control: Extreme

"Tweakers Paradise" Menu settings all left at auto.

"CPU Power Management" Menu Settings:

Enhanced Intel Speed Step Tech: Disabled
Turbo Mode: Enabled (Tried to disable it, but when I do so and put a multiplier for overclocking it turns back on. So I left it back on and noticed that it does not drop my multiplier even on %0 load. I don't know why this happens the way it does, but I never experienced a "turbo" act as such.) Also everything else is left at auto in this menu.

Continuing to "Extreme Tweaker" Tab with voltages:

Fully manual mode: Enabled
CPU Core Voltage: 1.265625
CPU Cache voltage: 1.265625
CPU System Agent Voltage: Auto
CPU Analog I/O Voltage: Auto
CPU Digital I/O Voltage: Auto
PCH Interfacing Voltage: Auto
SVID Control: Disabled
Initial CPU Input Voltage: Auto
Eventual CPU Input voltage: Auto
DRAM Voltage: 1.65000
PCH Core Voltage: Auto
PCH VLX Voltage: Auto
VTTDDR Voltage: Auto
DRAm CTRL REF Voltage: Auto
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHA: Auto
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHB: Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
BCLK Recovery: Enabled

So there are all my settings regarding to what I changed for overclocking, rest is boot options etc. and I know we don't need those here. I would be so thankful if anybody can enlighten me in terms of what can or can not be further done to achieve higher clock speed with my particular cpu. The batch is 316 if I remember correctly. I use all the equipment listed in my sig. Looking forward to any replies. Thanks!

You don't need to read 600+ pages, just the first post of this thread. It has most of everything you seek. Don't forget, these 600+ pages revolve around the guide and chart originally, listed at the start of the thread.

 

For example, that cache voltage is a bit high, your uncore is as high as your core, that's not right.

 

My method mandates that uncore be set at stock  or a much lower value while overclocking core. And ram set to stock. etc, etc. You can't do any sort of scientific testing by changing 6 or more variables at one time, which are you doing by OCing ram, uncore, and core.

Eventual input voltage is also important to some extent depending on the circumstance.

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Whats the most accurate way to test uncore stability?
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Whats the most accurate way to test uncore stability?

As far as I know, you just test it like you are for core stability. One guy suggested that x264 isn't as good of an uncore stability test, but that remains to be proven. Perhaps Aida has a specific test that stresses uncore more... FPU test? Dunno, ask Cyro. I just knew that my given uncore/core setup is stable under all conditions, so when I went one core multiplier up and no instability after I ironed out the VCCIN, I just stuck with 4.2ghz uncore.

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Has anyone experimented with asus multicore enhancement? Wondering if disabling would allow a lower vcore or something useful like that.

I have it Disabled @ 4.6GHz & 1.28v
Ram @ 2400MHz

All is well for me , I do think the Guide here say;s to Disable it . If I'm right.
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The Asus rep JJ or whatever his name is. He also recommends to disable multicore enhancement as it may hinder your oc.
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Hey guys, what is the consensus on using folding@home as a stress test? If i'm going to spend hours with my processor pegged at 100% to test for stability, I'd rather the effort be used for something even if it means I need to run it for an extra 3-6 hours to be certain. biggrin.gif

Folding is a good stress test. I run mine 24/7 and it does take a little more VCore than heavy gaming for a few hours. Just make sure that you got good enough cooling to be testing it for those longer periods of time. Haswell can also easily BSOD due to temp spikes.
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Does anyone use adaptive voltage over static after achieving a stable OC? I understand you're not supposed to run stress test with adaptive voltage but I was just playing some games and using my computer as I normally would while I was keeping track of my temps and voltage and at one point, my vcore spiked up to 1.5v stun.gif my offset was for 1.42 vcore.

I think I'm running static from now on, I'm not trusting adaptive anymore...
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