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Not 100% sure what's going on there but IA is on an msi board for me is actual vcore. (usually .02-.03v higher than vcore in bios). I'd maybe suggest lowering the OC/voltages if having a play about with it till you know what everything does. Easiest way to screw the chip must be to set vcore to the sky and tinker with things.

Both the internal VR's you can disable.
vcore and vring voltage to override
drop vring to 1.15v, multi to x34
digital all power all to auto apart from vdroop, change to 100%
dram voltage manual to 1.65v
disable c-states/c1e
cpu pcie pll to LC
memory fast boot disabled
drop ram to 1333 or 1600

Edit - nice temps though, you must be somewhere cold!
Edited by Doug2507 - 12/29/13 at 2:07am
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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

Not 100% sure what's going on there but IA is on an msi board for me is actual vcore. (usually .02-.03v higher than vcore in bios). I'd maybe suggest lowering the OC/voltages if having a play about with it till you know what everything does. Easiest way to screw the chip must be to set vcore to the sky and tinker with things.

Both the internal VR's you can disable.
vcore and vring voltage to override
drop vring to 1.15v, multi to x34
digital all power all to auto apart from vdroop, change to 100%
dram voltage manual to 1.65v
disable c-states/c1e
cpu pcie pll to LC
memory fast boot disabled
drop ram to 1333 or 1600

Edit - nice temps though, you must be somewhere cold!


ya here another look just got done Overclocking to 4.9ghz at 1.380vcore and +15 offset it reads in Hwmonitor 1.43v!
ran Intel burn test got this results any good anyone? I have tried to lower Vcore or offset more but was Unstable push it back to 1.380 +15 offset seems stable on IBT & ya I live in Missouri kinda cold tonight lol

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Core Clock: 4.6 ghz
CPU core Voltage : 1.312 volts
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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
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I've charted you, but I suggest running stress test for longer period of time. If you crash and change your settings, please come back and update the chart.
Also, I doubt your Vcore is 4.604, lol.
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CPU Model: 4670K
Core Multiplier: 45x
CPU VID: 1.275
Vcore: 1.296
Uncore Multiplier: 42x
Uncore Voltage: 1.125
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RAM Speed: 1866 @ 10-11-10-30-1T @1.500v (32Gb. G.Skill Ares)
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I guess my point wasn't simple enough.. if you're fine with VCCIN dropping to X value then why not set it to that in the first place? Using LLC5 or 6 will give you higher VCCIN @ idle compared to @ load. I can't see any reason why that'd make sense.. just set it and forget it.

Why leave LLC at auto which makes LLC8 which means no SVID vdrop at all, also higher cpu temp, higher VRM temps and It will use the same 1.79v idle or by load overvolts a little...

LLC5 or LLC6 wont give you higher VCCIN, only prevent it from dropping to much like by LLC3 or LLC4, LLC7-8 overvolts it too.


I can disable SVID - it will be stuck at 1.69v and use LLC8, but it won't help because I need at least 1.79v minimum for 4.7Ghz @ 1.278v, small SVID vdrops are not important - ie with LLC5, LLC6 has no drop. - well at least on my deluxe mobo, maybe your pro needs higher since it has less vrm phases.


Now if it has drops to 1.76-1.77v then I can't use this as minimum unless I have higher LLC and if I use higher LLC it will heat more up to 5-7C difference on core0 (hottest core), LLC7 or 8 and cpu current at 130% will heat like crazy., really I know what I saw, I tweaked that section a lot. And sometimes all at auto uses to little or too much smile.gif


Im at 4.5Ghz atm and I tweaked it so it uses the minimum required power and stays cool.
*LLC3, VRM optimized, cpu current 110%, Svid 1.70V, cpuv 1.176v.

By 4.6Ghz minimum LLC5 and cpu current 120% , vrm optimized, Svid 1.76v, to be stable by higher load (sudden high cpu usage spikes) with temps more under control.

By 4.7ghz minimum LLC5, cpu current 130%, Svid 1.79v; or LLC6 cpu current 120%, same Svid; with max temp 69-71C on core0. LLC6 & cpu current 130% max temp 74-76C on core0.




Anyway, my point is those auto vales can't be trusted 100% at higher OC, if you have problems then start tweaking DIGI+ too.
Edited by TheHunter - 12/29/13 at 7:45am
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I'd recommend looking at the 380I, very nice looking/feeling block and does the job well too (the more important part).

I already got all the parts, including water block which is EK Supermacy and enough radspace to have my liquid cooled to near delta-t 0, but one of my fittings was faulty and I am waiting for a replacement so I just wanted to know what kind of temps to expect. smile.gif
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As stated about a billion times in this thread now. Having another users settings will not help you. It's all up to the silicon gods on what your chip can run.

And sorry, I thought silicon only affected on voltage required for a clock, not how much heat specific voltage settings gives which I was pretty much asking.


So, I repeat my question again:

If you have watercooled your haswell, mind telling what voltage are you running at and how much are your temps?
Edited by Topsu - 12/29/13 at 7:52am
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I already got all the parts, including water block which is EK Supermacy, but one of my fittings was faulty and I am waiting for a replacement so I just wanted to know what kind of temps to expect. smile.gif
And sorry, I thought silicon only affected on voltage required for a clock, not how much heat specific voltage settings gives which I was pretty much asking.

I got the same block u do highest temps i've seen was 74c at 1.37 volts,the problem lies in the chip not so much what block u use. At the 74 degree temp my water never got above 30 degrees,its just hard for all that heat to dissapate through such a small window (small die) . Should also add at my current 1.36 volts at 100 percent cpu usage (x-264 used for testing) max temp has been 72 degrees . But during gaming like BF4 highest i've seen is right around 55 thats right away then it drops into the 40's
Edited by OutlawII - 12/29/13 at 8:13am
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hello guys what is IA VOLTAGE?


Edited by jmann - 12/29/13 at 8:11am
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I have a question. So if I have C states enabled it automatically drops the voltage/clock speed when computer is idle. Using manual vcore for 1.300v while C Stats drops the idle vcore which is great, but is there any advantage to using offset vcore if I have it set for manual with C States on?
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