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guys i have a question, my 4770k scales pretty constant with increased voltage up to 4.6 ghz with 1.3v stable. But if i try to go to 4.7ghz so far it failed about 6 hours in on 1.38v. Im guessing i need 1.4v for complete stability at 4.7ghz, is it normal for such a large jump? +0.1v to go from 4.6 to 4.7ghz?

or is possibly vrin an issue? i have never touched vrin, so please aware me im at 1.9v atm
Edited by vlps5122 - 1/4/14 at 6:43pm
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What did Event Viewer say happened ?

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Originally Posted by Alxx View Post

It might be that Vrin/ Input Voltage is not set right. Than this error can happen. Experienced this with an I7 and I5 sometimes.
Solved this by testing different Vrin voltages.
What stresstest did you use for stability testing ?

Sorry it took so long to reply to these.

Event Viewer just said an unexpected shutdown occurred, and I am using 1.95 v for Vrin now (I changed it from 2.05).

Also, I enabled C states and have had no issues thus far after changing Vrin so let's hope it stays that way!
post #7713 of 19539
I cannot seem to find any stable configuration and starting to give up.
Configuration:
I7-4770K. (COSTA RICA 3325B503)
Asrock Extreme6
G.Skill Trident-X 2400
Corsair H100i

I have tried 46 multiplier for voltages from 1.2 to 1.28,
45 Multi. (1.2-1.28)
44 (1.17-1.25)
43 (1.18 – 1.21)

One stress test (43 Multiplier @ 1.19) even passed 13 hours on AID64 (Stress CPU,FPU,Cache, System memory) and failed in the first 10 minutes of Prime95 Blend.

Cpu Input voltage set at fixed 1.9v
Cache multiplier @ 35 @ Auto Voltage (1.25V)
PLL overvoltage Enabled, Spread spectrum Disabled.
Ram XMP Disabled (Running @ 1333)

Now looks like getting the K model and the Corsair cooler was a waste of money.

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post #7714 of 19539
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Originally Posted by vlps5122 View Post

guys i have a question, my 4770k scales pretty constant with increased voltage up to 4.6 ghz with 1.3v stable. But if i try to go to 4.7ghz so far it failed about 6 hours in on 1.38v. Im guessing i need 1.4v for complete stability at 4.7ghz, is it normal for such a large jump? +0.1v to go from 4.6 to 4.7ghz?


mine is at
4.7ghz vcore 1.220 with vrin 1.660
4.8ghz vcore in bios 1.270 with vrin of 1.90.
So maybe lower the vcore to see any blue screen? i personally tested with too much vrin, you get blue screen faster. I think you must fine a vcore number matching vrin.

Edited by holyking - 1/4/14 at 7:00pm
post #7715 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

I'm at 5.0 for 24/7 on this chip, i've never run a 20 loop x264 pass as i haven't had any need, i've not had a bsod on it yet for regular use since declaring 5.0 stable as charted on page 1. Stability is only relevant to the use of the rig.

Does Adobe not utilise more than 4 cores? I thought Xeon was where it's at for heavy image process

mine vcore in bios 1.270 with vrin of 1.90. So maybe lower the vcore to see any blue screen? i personally tested with too much vrin, you get blue screen faster. I think you must fine a vcore number matching vrin.


only one way to find out, trying out 2.0 vrin right now with 1.35v vcore at 4.7 ghz, if it fails which is might ill go up to 1.38v vcore and if that fails i gess vrin wasnt a factor and 4.6ghz it is
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only one way to find out, trying out 2.0 vrin right now with 1.35v vcore at 4.7 ghz, if it fails which is might ill go up to 1.38v vcore and if that fails i gess vrin wasnt a factor and 4.6ghz it is

may i ask what is your stock vcore? the one in bios when bios default ?
post #7717 of 19539
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may i ask what is your stock vcore? the one in bios when bios default ?

not sure, id ghave to go back to bios and reset to check which i will do if i fail this current run i have going
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guys i have a question, my 4770k scales pretty constant with increased voltage up to 4.6 ghz with 1.3v stable. But if i try to go to 4.7ghz so far it failed about 6 hours in on 1.38v. Im guessing i need 1.4v for complete stability at 4.7ghz, is it normal for such a large jump? +0.1v to go from 4.6 to 4.7ghz?

or is possibly vrin an issue? i have never touched vrin, so please aware me im at 1.9v atm

1.95 is not enough VRIN for me to use ~1.34 vcore set (1.36 load)

ERROR CODES

srsly posting without error codes is pretty useless everyone
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1.95 is not enough VRIN for me to use ~1.34 vcore set (1.36 load)

ERROR CODES

srsly posting without error codes is pretty useless everyone

ive had 101 and 124 BSOD's i believe the 101 was caued by my cache speed being too high and im guessing the 124s are the vcore/vrin being too low. did u get 124s until u set vrin to 1.95+?
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I cannot seem to find any stable configuration and starting to give up.
Configuration:
I7-4770K. (COSTA RICA 3325B503)
Asrock Extreme6
G.Skill Trident-X 2400
Corsair H100i

I have tried 46 multiplier for voltages from 1.2 to 1.28,
45 Multi. (1.2-1.28)
44 (1.17-1.25)
43 (1.18 – 1.21)

One stress test (43 Multiplier @ 1.19) even passed 13 hours on AID64 (Stress CPU,FPU,Cache, System memory) and failed in the first 10 minutes of Prime95 Blend.

Cpu Input voltage set at fixed 1.9v
Cache multiplier @ 35 @ Auto Voltage (1.25V)
PLL overvoltage Enabled, Spread spectrum Disabled.
Ram XMP Disabled (Running @ 1333)

Now looks like getting the K model and the Corsair cooler was a waste of money.

Anything I’m Missing?

Have you read the OP? I believe you didn't since you didn't state your vrin.
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