Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel CPUs › Haswell Overclocking Guide [With Statistics]
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Haswell Overclocking Guide [With Statistics] - Page 747

post #7461 of 19539
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheHunter View Post

^
In DIGI+ what kind LLC, VRM setting and cpu current % do you use?


also dont use FILTER PLL - HIGH BLCK MODE, keep this at low blck mode since you're running at 100mhz blck.


I suggest you to read all these settings so you know what is what,..
http://rog.asus.com/254052013/maximus-motherboards/recommended-settings-for-overclocking-maximus-vi-motherboards/

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?5835-ASUS-Rampage-IV-Extreme-UEFI-Guide-for-Overclocking

http://rog.asus.com/253522013/labels/rog-exclusive/maximus-vi-extreme-performance-tuning-guide/

I will go ahead and turn the FILTER PPL back down to auto or low. And my DIGI+ settings are all stock, didn't mess with them at all.
post #7462 of 19539
Add me

i7 4770k
Core Clock: 4.6 ghz
CPU core Voltage : 1.312 volts
max temp achieved: 58 C with a Corsar H100i running fans at 1200 RPM
post #7463 of 19539
Quote:
Originally Posted by Khrome View Post

Add me

i7 4770k
Core Clock: 4.6 ghz
CPU core Voltage : 1.312 volts
max temp achieved: 58 C with a Corsar H100i running fans at 1200 RPM

Do this.
Quote:
Username:
CPU Model:
Core Multiplier: [If you used Blck strap, put what Blck and mention your resulting frequency]
CPU VID: This is the CPU core voltage value you input into BIOS.
Vcore: This is the CPU Vcore reading from Hwinfo or HWMonitor under load. "Load" depends on what you're stressing.
Uncore Multiplier:
Uncore Voltage:
Cooling Solution:
Stability Test: [Any test is OK, synthetic or not. List how long test is run.]
Batch Number: [Not required but helps people.]
Ram Speed: [Timings if you know them.]
Input Voltage: [aka VCCIN, Vrin, Eventual Input Voltage]
Motherboard: [Optional. Not required to be charted, not required for picture verification.
post #7464 of 19539
Quote:
Originally Posted by Crabby654 View Post

I will go ahead and turn the FILTER PPL back down to auto or low. And my DIGI+ settings are all stock, didn't mess with them at all.
Yes set that to default and why no tweak in DIGI+?


I would suggest you to set LLC5 or 6 (start with 6), cpu VRM - optimized and cpu current 130% (or 120%) higher value will heat up more, but it will be stabler..

Now start lowering cpuv if you can.. Also dont OC cache, keep it at auto until you find lower stabler cpuv.
post #7465 of 19539
CPU Model: i7 4770k
Core Multiplier: 46
CPU VID: 1.312
Vcore: 4.604
Uncore Multiplier: 3.5 ghz
Uncore Voltage: 1.2 volts
Cooling Solution:Corsair H100i
Stability Test: BF4 -64 man server for 2 Hours. Aida 64 for 2hours. Cinebench score: 894
Ram Speed: 1600
Input Voltage: 1.65
Asus Vi Maximus Gene
post #7466 of 19539
OK this is what I did so far.

FILTER PPL - Auto
iGPU Multi-Monitor - Disabled
CPU Load-Line Calibration - Level 6
CPU Power Phase Control - Extreme
CPU Power Duty Control - Extreme
CPU Current Capability - 130%
CPU Integrated VR Fault Management - Disabled
CPU Intergrated VR Efficiency Management - High Performance

VCore - 1.376v
VCCIN - 1.980v

Got a BSOD within 5 minutes of starting the x264 stability test, CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT (I think its x101)

So what I did now was changed CPU Load-Line Calibration to Level 8 and CPU Current Cabaility to 140%, I also raised the VCCIN to 2.0v for good measure, but I left the vcore @1.376v for now. So I'll get back to see what happens.
post #7467 of 19539
Alrighty so something changed this time.

I did the CPU LLC and and CPU Current Cap changes I posted above and I this time I got a different BSOD, WHEA_UNCONTROLLABLE_ERROR, so maybe that is some kind of progress?

I just upped my vcore to 1.376v...eer but it didnt change? odd
post #7468 of 19539
Keep vrm at optimized and cpu current max 130% and try ram current 120%, its vrm - optimized.

http://www.carrona.org/bsodindx.html#0x00000101



WMEA is usually low cpuv.
http://www.carrona.org/bsodindx.html#0x00000124

Sometimes it can happen by unstable high ram OC or high cache with not enough volts or SVID to low, Vccsa - system agent can help a bit too.
Try Vccsa 0.010 up to 0.050v+ offset (max 0.950v total, default 0.808v)
Edited by TheHunter - 12/28/13 at 9:18am
post #7469 of 19539
*


What do I do to verify that my sticks are actually running that speed.. because It has to be a glitch
just saying all I did was set the timings to 2666 cas 10 and switch to samsung 1.65v 2666 Ram preset
post #7470 of 19539
Hello guys can you tell me what is ( IA) bec. when running at stock settings this show +0.000V . I also have hwinfo but i can't find this IA voltage mad.gif



The only settings that i recall changing are Cpu core voltage, Cpu cache voltage, and Cpu Input Voltage.

Thanks!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Intel CPUs
Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel CPUs › Haswell Overclocking Guide [With Statistics]