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It can help locate if that is the problem. And if it helped stabilize then you would go back to your previous setting and slowly up it. I didn't say to leave it at that. And .15 is well within safe limits.

I wasn't referring to safety issues. If you're trying to find stability, then changing those values when there's no need to, could lead to more instability - it sounds counterproductive....
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Thanks.
Cooling is a bunch of radiators & pumps. biggrin.gif

Awesome, dude. Just sold my 4670k and buying a 4770 tomorrow.

Also, for kicks, try CMD rate 1 on that RAM. Screw Linpacks fire up BF 4 and that X264 test. Awesome rig, brother.
 
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Awesome, dude. Just sold my 4670k and buying a 4770 tomorrow.

Also, for kicks, try CMD rate 1 on that RAM. Screw Linpacks fire up BF 4 and that X264 test. Awesome rig, brother.
Hope you get a good one!

Well, I've tried CR1, and it is actually no faster in benchmarks than CR2.

No BF4 but I do use x264 as part of my stress testing.
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Hope you get a good one!

Well, I've tried CR1, and it is actually no faster in benchmarks than CR2.

No BF4 but I do use x264 as part of my stress testing.

Me too biggrin.gif

I see. That's a beastly rig, none-the-less. What OCN is all about. thumb.gif Keep sharing.
 
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What was your vid on that chip? GL on your 4770k crash.
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What was your vid on that chip? GL on your 4770k crash.

Thanx. thumb.gif

Don't remember but it sucked. I'll check my notes here in a bit.

I'm at Optimized Defaults, so, I can check.

Edit: Optimized Defaults, IETU:


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Mandrax have you done any stress test on them? I find similar result in vcore from 4.6 to 4.. the input isn't much compare to 4.9 ghz. As of now i can't stabilize my chip @4.9. Wounder i should lower the uncore like you.
Edited by holyking - 1/9/14 at 8:18pm
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what is Vring on an ASUS z87 sabertooth? vrin is voltage input, I know, but I can't find my vring..

Also I'm stable at 4.7, just upp'd my vrin to 2.1 from 1.98. It's really doing great. One thing though is when I try to stream via Open Broadcaster onto twitch, it will crash after about 10 minutes or so, sometimes it's a bluescreen sometimes it will just kick me out into the BIOS auto reboot all of a sudden. It just can't handle streaming at 4.7. This is a 4770K @ 1.39 Core adaptive voltage.

So, by itself in game, great..try to stream, it doesn't like it..I also increased the resolution of the stream so that might be it cause I was able to stream a few days ago at 4.7 settings just as now with a lower resolution.

Of course, I prefer a higher uncore...I just think it's faster and springy like a rubber band when I go as high on the uncore as possible plus the higher offset on the GTX 780 makes me very lively, very springy in game, I run faster/jump farther than other players, it's really unfair but I don't care biggrin.gif

uncore is set to 45
Edited by D-Dow - 1/9/14 at 8:45pm
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what is Vring on an ASUS z87 sabertooth? vrin is voltage input, I know, but I can't find my vring..

Also I'm stable at 4.7, just upp'd my vrin to 2.1 from 1.98. It's really doing great. One thing though is when I try to stream via Open Broadcaster onto twitch, it will crash after about 10 minutes or so, sometimes it's a bluescreen sometimes it will just kick me out into the BIOS auto reboot all of a sudden. It just can't handle streaming at 4.7. This is a 4770K @ 1.39 Core adaptive voltage.

So, by itself in game, great..try to stream, it doesn't like it..I also increased the resolution of the stream so that might be it cause I was able to stream a few days ago at 4.7 settings just as now with a lower resolution.

Of course, I prefer a higher uncore...I just think it's faster and springy like a rubber band when I go as high on the uncore as possible plus the higher offset on the GTX 780 makes me very lively, very springy in game, I run faster/jump farther than other players, it's really unfair but I don't care biggrin.gif

uncore is set to 45

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