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I have a Asrock Z87E-ITX and a 4770k at 45x core and 36 uncore. I have my mode set to adaptive with Vcore set to 1.23. In HWinfo64 I only see VIN4 and VIN6. My VIN4 does not seem to toggle much at all from 0.480V regardless of frequence. Under Core #0-3 VID I see that toggle between 0.737V at 800Mhz to 1.23V at full 4.5Ghz. I still do not see the 0.2V that some report when at idle.
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I now am a bit more confused on the term overclocking in reference to memory. makes no sense if your lowering your values only to raise them still lower than rated values that is under clocking not overclocking. So how SIN I believe suggests to raise Agent Voltage but is this really considered overclocking and warrants more voltage ?

Im confused about your guide. The term overclocking memory confuses me. What I mean is this. if your overclocking, Say i bought 1866 mhz ram, many people including you have suggested drop your speeds to say 1600 mhz. In your guide you refer to overclocking memory and agent voltage and analog and digital IO being helpful during this. Say I overclock the CPU and its stable at 4.2 but I lowered my ram speeds to get there. My ram I bought is rated at 1866 , but then because 4.2 is unstable with 1866 and i'm trying to raise that, is this considered overclocking, i'm only trying rated values. Would I then try to raise agent voltage just to be stable at rated values fro ram.
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Your right I get what your saying and that is my goal, but i guess I am past that i was stable at 4.2 before I upgraded ram. So now Im certain ram is the issue and my point that was confusing was memtest error were given, but when tested individually no errors found. So that is what lead me to believe my overclock is the issue, and that 1866 even though rated is to aggressive for 4.2. now that i'm at my overclock there is no figuring out how to get to 1866, I want to unless you know a few ways to accomplish this, I have not raised ram voltage yet because 1.5 is rated and i'm at rated speeds. So i'm running into issues getting the ram where I want it which is default speeds of 1866.

Are they in the right slots ?....usually 1st and 3rd or 2nd and 4th from CPU. Check manual for "preferred" orientation.

The way to accomplish it, is they in correct slots and slots are not faulty is to raise DRAM voltage

Typically 1.5 is for the JDEC not XMP profiles.....can yu link us to your ram modules ?
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I now am a bit more confused on the term overclocking in reference to memory. makes no sense if your lowering your values only to raise them still lower than rated values that is under clocking not overclocking. So how SIN I believe suggests to raise Agent Voltage but is this really considered overclocking and warrants more voltage ?

Im confused about your guide. The term overclocking memory confuses me. What I mean is this. if your overclocking, Say i bought 1866 mhz ram, many people including you have suggested drop your speeds to say 1600 mhz. In your guide you refer to overclocking memory and agent voltage and analog and digital IO being helpful during this. Say I overclock the CPU and its stable at 4.2 but I lowered my ram speeds to get there. My ram I bought is rated at 1866 , but then because 4.2 is unstable with 1866 and i'm trying to raise that, is this considered overclocking, i'm only trying rated values. Would I then try to raise agent voltage just to be stable at rated values fro ram.[/quote
The simple reason they say to default memory to 1600 is because clock core trump any speed bump in memory in a much greater manner.

Me? I'm defiant and run my 1866 at 2133. devilsmiley.gif

Of course I get madsmiley.png when I can't pass a stress test with a setting that works otherwise for my everyday use.

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Originally Posted by Jedson3614 View Post

I now am a bit more confused on the term overclocking in reference to memory. makes no sense if your lowering your values only to raise them still lower than rated values that is under clocking not overclocking. So how SIN I believe suggests to raise Agent Voltage but is this really considered overclocking and warrants more voltage ?

Im confused about your guide. The term overclocking memory confuses me. What I mean is this. if your overclocking, Say i bought 1866 mhz ram, many people including you have suggested drop your speeds to say 1600 mhz. In your guide you refer to overclocking memory and agent voltage and analog and digital IO being helpful during this. Say I overclock the CPU and its stable at 4.2 but I lowered my ram speeds to get there. My ram I bought is rated at 1866 , but then because 4.2 is unstable with 1866 and i'm trying to raise that, is this considered overclocking, i'm only trying rated values. Would I then try to raise agent voltage just to be stable at rated values fro ram.
The simple reason they say to default memory to 1600 is because clock core trump any speed bump in memory in a much greater manner.

Me? I'm defiant and run my 1866 at 2133. devilsmiley.gif

Of course I get madsmiley.png when I can't pass a stress test with a setting that works otherwise for my everyday use.

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Cannot pass x264 (2nd pass) without a blue screen.
4.6GHZ 1.380 Vcore 2.50 Vrin ect

I basically tried all the settings combinations and voltages and still blue screens rolleyes.gif
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Cannot pass x264 (2nd pass) without a blue screen.
4.6GHZ 1.380 Vcore 2.50 Vrin ect

I basically tried all the settings combinations and voltages and still blue screens rolleyes.gif

1.38v is a LOT imho ...... have you tried a lower voltage?

I can pass 10 runs of IBT high at 4.8 at that voltage but nothing else tough will pass although I can game on it all day/night at that setting.

I generally run 1.255 - 1.265 at 4.6 (39 & 1.15) with a H55 but I'm delidded and have a lapped spreader.

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2.50 Vrin

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These are the results I'm getting with a 4770k with more adjustments I'm ablr to run 5.2GHZ stable but Vcore of 1.42v. I'm just more comfortable with 4.5GHZ totally stable.
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