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post #7831 of 19539
found my cpu digs that higher VRIN. 4.7/4.0 @ 1.36/1.20 with 2.00Vrin. I'd run it 24/7 if I could be bothered cleaning the MX4 off my IHS and replacing it with CLP. One day I'll get it done tongue.gif
post #7832 of 19539
What are you guys basing this assumption that vrin plays such a big role? Honestly in my testing it didn't have much effect if any in both stability and temps. I'm sure it needs to be high at some point but I don't think it's that important...
post #7833 of 19539
It plays a important role for me when trying for >4.5giggles. At 4.5/4.2, I passed x264 with a mere 1.75VRIN.
post #7834 of 19539
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

It plays a important role for me when trying for >4.5giggles. At 4.5/4.2, I passed x264 with a mere 1.75VRIN.

Ah, well, I've never set it lower than 1.9. 2.0 is 100% stable for me at 4.8 ghz
post #7835 of 19539
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From what I read I don't think you would see much change if any of using CLU vs AS5 on the IHS. Personally, whenever I remove my water block and put it back on again, I may put CLU on to see if I get any temp changes. I used CLU on the die and IC diamond on the IHS.


well i couldnt resist it and replaced both pastes today. and used CLU both for the die and ihs. and made a very thin line.

today i did my first test with aida64 only fpu test.. it survived 5 hours.

what can you say about my temps for only fpu?

i also tried x264 once.
is it possible to run it 10 or 20 times continuously?
i mean everytime i start x264 it automatically run 4 times with 2 passes per run which makes total of 8 passes. is it possible to increase the number? because im not staying near the pc when i start it and i want it to keep testing when im away.

post #7836 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Hhead View Post

well i couldnt resist it and replaced both pastes today. and used CLU both for the die and ihs. and made a very thin line.

today i did my first test with aida64 only fpu test.. it survived 5 hours.

what can you say about my temps for only fpu?

i also tried x264 once.
is it possible to run it 10 or 20 times continuously?
i mean everytime i start x264 it automatically run 4 times with 2 passes per run which makes total of 8 passes. is it possible to increase the number? because im not staying near the pc when i start it and i want it to keep testing when im away.


i don't understand what you mean by "made a very thin line". CLP/CLU is supposed to be spread over the the IHS with as brush, rather than making a line in the center of the IHS and letting the heatsink/block pressure spread it out.

What cooler do you have? Those FPU temps seem a bit high
post #7837 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Its L0G4N View Post

I'm running 4.5Ghz at

1.272v and would like to get higher without hitting 1.3v. I have not touch the uncore at all, because I cannot find it in my bios. What would it be called on an Asus Maximus Hero VI?

i was stable at 45 Multiplier and 45 cache ratio with old BIOS in Max VI Formula at 1.275 VID ..... upgrading to 1102 req'd 1.32 cVID

However, under 0804, going to 46/46 required a fill 0.1 increase to 1.375 VID ....under 1102 it's been whacky.... 46/43 was stable under RoG Bench and XTU at same voltage 46/46 was not..... tho this morning I upgraded XTU and it now crashes at 2-3 seconds in same test.
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I just realized you can override gigabytes non adaptive voltage to work using Intel extreme tuning utility. Set voltage to adaptive using the program under voltage section and shazam. You will see CPU-z and other utilities use adaptive voltage.

Why on earth would you ever want to do that anyway? If you're using the right version of CPU-Z, you will see that Vcore is 0.02v higher than you set in bios under load, and idle is down to ~0.144v. Gigabyte manual behaves in the same way as adaptive does for cutting down volts, just does not overvolt.

I can't even think for a second why anybody would want to fall back on one of the best things about gigabyte z87 boards unless you were looking at the wrong sensor 7 months after launch (so many people still do that.. o.o)
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

i was stable at 45 Multiplier and 45 cache ratio with old BIOS in Max VI Formula at 1.275 VID ..... upgrading to 1102 req'd 1.32 cVID

However, under 0804, going to 46/46 required a fill 0.1 increase to 1.375 VID ....under 1102 it's been whacky.... 46/43 was stable under RoG Bench and XTU at same voltage 46/46 was not..... tho this morning I upgraded XTU and it now crashes at 2-3 seconds in same test.

I'm on 1203
post #7840 of 19539
Something very strange happen. I up my vrin to 2.25.. with 1.425vcore. The cpu temperature is much lower. Anyone has experience this? Also, how the hardware gets damage with too much vrin?
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