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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...

Many of us run adaptive after our OCs are done. I do. No matter what you hit it with, folding, BF4, chess, x264, whatever, it's not going to do much to the voltage. Just don't accidently run Prime 95 and everything is normal.

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I don't run adaptive at all. For my current 4.5Ghz speeds, adaptive put me at 1.32v, when it is stable at 1.28v. My cooler can't handle more than that.
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My Adaptive Voltage is set..

Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage / 1.285

4.6GHz

I see 1.287v on 80% load will encoding a movie.
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Well i just got my i7 4770k and have it overclocked to 4.5ghz @ 1.32v stable... well except i run aida64 and with the fpu test my temps jump to 95+ instantly. I can run any other stress test and not go over 70 , is that a indication of something bad going on or is it just a really powerful stress test? Obviously it's not good but all other tests are fine. If i set everything back to stock i don't go over 75 with the fpu test and with all other tests don't go over 50. Any ideas??
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What it's worth, this is what I would try, I've obviously left your core clocks to decide for yourself and it's voltage. Cache I suggest you drop down to auto which if your board behaves the same as mine will give you x39.
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Originally Posted by M.Marcelo View Post


Under "Extreme Tweaker" Tab:

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

"DIGI+ Power Control" Menu Settings:

CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 8 (which is maximum) Level 7
CPU voltage Freq: Auto
VCCIN MOS Volt Control: Auto
CPU Power Phase Control: Extreme Optimised
CPU Power Duty Control: Extreme T.Probe
CPU Current Capability: Auto 130
CPU Power Thermal Control: 130
CPU Input Boot Voltage: Auto
DRAM Current Capability: %100 110%
DRAM Voltage Frequency: Auto
DRAM Power Phase Control: Extreme Optimised

"CPU Power Management" Menu Settings:

Enhanced Intel Speed Step Tech: Disabled Enabled

Continuing to "Extreme Tweaker" Tab with voltages:

Fully manual mode: Enabled
CPU Core Voltage: 1.265625
CPU Cache voltage: 1.265625 Auto
CPU System Agent Voltage: Auto
CPU Analog I/O Voltage: Auto
CPU Digital I/O Voltage: Auto
PCH Interfacing Voltage: Auto
SVID Control: Disabled See below
Initial CPU Input Voltage: Auto What is it now? I'd probably set it to 1.8v which would cover you for a fair amount of any increase (or I'd turn SVID on above which should put you ~1.82v)
Eventual CPU Input voltage: Auto See above
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 Disabled (you haven't changed BCLK, so no need for this to be enabled).

Edited by error-id10t - 12/11/13 at 4:44pm
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XTU question here, what does everyone recommend for enable or disabling of processor integrated VR faults? my vcore volts are on override in bios, should this be disabled?

and also, is there a way to test memory and core together? mine only lets them stress separately.
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I don't feel the need to stress my CPUs for hours on end after I know it's stable just to see if degredation occurs. If it does, all you're doing is manually degrading the life of the CPU. It's a lose-lose situation here.

You've already done x30 x264, 8hr OCCT, you're stable.

I agree that normally I wouldn't do that -- what prompted me to be more aggressive is that that's exactly what i thought a few weeks ago. And then stuff degraded. I did read that it's normal and it takes some burn-in time for your CPU to settle on stable settings. I'm just not sure if those are it. I'm not planning to stress test constantly but I'll run another 8-hour test in a week. If it passes then, I'll call it stable. Hope this makes sense.
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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.
I'm pretty sure multicore enhancement only makes sense if you don't OC. It basically forces all your cores to use the intel boost (rather than just 1) so if you are stock, all of them go to 3.9 given all the other variables are not breached (temps, power consumption, etc). When we OC we generally OC all cores anyway. I don't know if multicore enhancement does anything else, but from what i know it just makes no sense to have it set. Just disable it.
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I agree that normally I wouldn't do that -- what prompted me to be more aggressive is that that's exactly what i thought a few weeks ago. And then stuff degraded. I did read that it's normal and it takes some burn-in time for your CPU to settle on stable settings. I'm just not sure if those are it. I'm not planning to stress test constantly but I'll run another 8-hour test in a week. If it passes then, I'll call it stable. Hope this makes sense.

Unless you run stress tests for fun, then there is such a thing as over-stressing your CPU - to the point where you damage it....The best way to tell if you're OC is stable is to start using it....thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

IBT = intel burn test thumb.gif

Your temps in the Cache stress test will probably be in the 70-75C range, maybe lower. have fun

alright man so Today I had enough time to overclock everything and I'm at 4.8ghz cpu ratio and NB Freq is 4.4ghz... I been testing for bout 3hrs almost 4hrs here at 1136pm
how is Results? I have voltage at 1.430v for 4.8ghz idk if that to high but seems stable and temps aint gone past 84c

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