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My old chip required 1.375 for 4.4 stable. Back your chip down to 4.4ghz and be happy, IMO
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For the love of God people. Read the OP and then ask questions. It isn't that difficult.
post #7423 of 19599
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For the love of God people. Read the OP and then ask questions. It isn't that difficult.

Hey man, how can I overclock my 4770k?
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Hey man, how can I overclock my 4770k?

You mash the pins in your cpu socket and you can achieve 6ghz with .7VID
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+0.2v is a massive amount for aio. Why is it set like that?

I agree with you but anything else under 0.25v and x264 will crash anywhere in between the 3rd to 5th loop.
 
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Instructions weren't clear enough, got my willy stuck under the tension bar
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I agree with you but anything else under 0.25v and x264 will crash anywhere in between the 3rd to 5th loop.

Well then you probably have some other issue that you need to work out

You don't need +0.25 analog IO on stock.. so work back to where you can run with it on auto (so that you understand it) IMO. Keep in mind, it changes based on a few factors, so if you set +0.1, you could be lowering it from auto.
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Hey guys! So I'll just start off by saying this is my first Haswell chip and 1150 mobo but I am not new to OCing in general, but I did have some questions!

System:
i7 4770k
Asus Maximus VI Hero
16Gb Ripjaw 1866Mhz ram

Now before I upgraded to this new setup I had a P8P67 Pro and an i7-2600k @4.8Ghz stable and it ran great for 2 years. And man this Haswell has been a huge pain in the butt to get stable. There are way more voltage settings and now with this CPU Cache settings I'm getting a bit lost.

At the moment I believe I have hit some semblance of stability but I'm curious to see what you guys think of it and if anything seems "unsafe" in terms of bad for the parts.

- 4.5Ghz
- Adaptive VCore @1.300v but goes to 1.328 under load
- VCCIN @1.900V but goes to 1.950 under load
- Ram is set for its XMP Profile (1866Mhz setting)
- Highest temp around 80c
- Everything else in the Bios is set to AUTO or default, I did not touch the CPU Cache (I believe the auto for it is x39)

I have just done an x264 test for about 10 loops and I feel comfortable since before I was getting crashes at loop 1 or as late as loop 5.

Here is a pic of what it looks like now:



So basically I am asking for any tips or other optimizations you guys might have in mind for this Overclock. I tried my HARDEST to get to 4.6 but I had to set my VCore to 1.45v and I was not comfortable with that, the heat was fine but I didn't like the voltage that high. Any help would be much appreciated!
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Hey guys! So I'll just start off by saying this is my first Haswell chip and 1150 mobo but I am not new to OCing in general, but I did have some questions!

System:
i7 4770k
Asus Maximus VI Hero
16Gb Ripjaw 1866Mhz ram

Now before I upgraded to this new setup I had a P8P67 Pro and an i7-2600k @4.8Ghz stable and it ran great for 2 years. And man this Haswell has been a huge pain in the butt to get stable. There are way more voltage settings and now with this CPU Cache settings I'm getting a bit lost.

At the moment I believe I have hit some semblance of stability but I'm curious to see what you guys think of it and if anything seems "unsafe" in terms of bad for the parts.

- 4.5Ghz
- Adaptive VCore @1.300v but goes to 1.328 under load
- VCCIN @1.900V but goes to 1.950 under load
- Ram is set for its XMP Profile (1866Mhz setting)
- Highest temp around 80c
- Everything else in the Bios is set to AUTO or default, I did not touch the CPU Cache (I believe the auto for it is x39)

I have just done an x264 test for about 10 loops and I feel comfortable since before I was getting crashes at loop 1 or as late as loop 5.

Here is a pic of what it looks like now:



So basically I am asking for any tips or other optimizations you guys might have in mind for this Overclock. I tried my HARDEST to get to 4.6 but I had to set my VCore to 1.45v and I was not comfortable with that, the heat was fine but I didn't like the voltage that high. Any help would be much appreciated!

Adaptive vcore is pretty dangerous

Pretty crazy VRIN change, how are you measuring it?

Temps seem cold for HT on @1.32vcore, what are you cooling with? your rig isn't updated wink.gif

you should manually set ~1.2 ring/cache voltage, that'll probably work with 39x uncore/cache

you need cpu-z 1.64.0 to see the right vcore sensor etc; otherwise it displays VID

What kind of instability did you see when going above 4.5ghz?
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Adaptive vcore is pretty dangerous

Pretty crazy VRIN change, how are you measuring it?

Temps seem cold for HT on @1.32vcore, what are you cooling with? your rig isn't updated wink.gif

you should manually set ~1.2 ring/cache voltage, that'll probably work with 39x uncore/cache

you need cpu-z 1.64.0 to see the right vcore sensor etc; otherwise it displays VID

What kind of instability did you see when going above 4.5ghz?

Now that you mention it, I think I will switch it over to Offset Vcore.

I am cooling with a custom loop XPCS Rasa 3 fan radiator I think.

Do I need to mess with the Cache Voltage if its set to auto for the multiplier?

I need to use an older version of CPU-Z to get the correct sensors?! :O

And the instability I was getting with 4.6 and 4.5 for that matter was the computer would just crash at x264 loop 1-5, I upped the VCore and that seemed to help with 4.5 but I just can't do 4.6 even at 1.450 it will crash at like loop 3 or 4.

Right now I am doing AIDA64 test using 10Gb of ram and I'm getting temps of around 85c for the cpu and the highest core around 90c
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