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Originally Posted by TheHunter View Post

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Great tnx smile.gif

Edit: what kinda of setting did you use for 4.8 or for 5ghz, LLC, VRM, SVID, Vccsa, etc? anything special?
Apparently it was enough to pass few benchmarks and validate, I remeber it benched at 1.25v but failed later and then kinda passed all at 1.265v, idk now...


Now Im back to 4.5ghz since I dont need extra power..
Eh, vrin was 1.9v all the way up to 4.9ghz

Nothing 'special'. Only vcore and vrin with vdroop on 100% 4.9ghz and up. SA/IOA/IOD were only needed when upping vcore or/and ram.
post #7502 of 19566
hey guys is 4.9ghz at 1.490vcore safe?? at 4.8ghz 1.4vcore i only get high of 68c 2hrs stress testing Prime95
post #7503 of 19566
1.49v is not considered safe
post #7504 of 19566
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

1.49v is not considered safe

o.o whats safe ? how high of VCCIN can i go 1.95- 2.0v?
post #7505 of 19566
1.40v and below is what most people feel comfortable with. There's not enough data to know for sure if going above 1.40v is doing damage.

2.15v is about the upper limit for VCCIN
post #7506 of 19566
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

1.40v and below is what most people feel comfortable with. There's not enough data to know for sure if going above 1.40v is doing damage.

2.15v is about the upper limit for VCCIN

thanks for letting me know whats sup I have to ask when I set my vcore to like 1.390v it reads 1.440vcore on Hwmonitor is that right??
why does it use so much vcore i didnt even set in bios?
post #7507 of 19566
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Originally Posted by NightHawk06 View Post

thanks for letting me know whats sup I have to ask when I set my vcore to like 1.390v it reads 1.440vcore on Hwmonitor is that right??
why does it use so much vcore i didnt even set in bios?

I assume you are on adaptive voltage. There should be a bios setting for tubro adaptive vcore. Set it to something like .001 and that should fix your issues it did for me.
post #7508 of 19566
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

I assume you are on adaptive voltage. There should be a bios setting for tubro adaptive vcore. Set it to something like .001 and that should fix your issues it did for me.

Could it also be really loose LLC?
post #7509 of 19566
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Originally Posted by crun View Post

Guyz, do you think it is worth upgrading from i5-750 @3.6 (no, it can't go any higher) to i5-4670k? I am playing in 1080p, getting a 120hz monitor soon so a better CPU would really help in obtaining such high fps wow

Can I expect it to run @4.2GHz with Mugen 2 rev. b within reasonable temperatures? Yea i know everything comes down to lottery luck, but I seem to be really unlucky with it (awful i5-750, bad R9 290 but at least it unlocked)

4.2ghz is easy for most chips. 4ghz is an undervolt for me (~1.05vcore..)


I can't really read all of the posts in details (i slept and >60 posts, damnit) but i wanted to say: If you're getting 101's (clock watchdog errors) then the worst thing you can do is add large amounts of vcore, from everything i know now, best course of action seems to be add VRIN in 0.05 steps within reason (2.0 at 1.3vcore.. 2.2 @1.4, perhaps - potentially unsafe though, 2.0 seeeems ok) which will most likely fix it; if you're getting 101 because you don't have high enough stable VRIN and you add vcore, then you're just raising the demands on VRIN even higher
Edited by Cyro999 - 12/28/13 at 7:43pm
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post #7510 of 19566
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

I assume you are on adaptive voltage. There should be a bios setting for tubro adaptive vcore. Set it to something like .001 and that should fix your issues it did for me.

which one is that have no idea :/ a noob lol






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