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My ram is rated for 1866 and wen't to 2000 without anything done to it.

And what sticks do you have? (I'm sure it's in your sig rig, but I'm on mobile ATM)
    
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
5775C (4.4 @ 1.36v) VII Impact 1080Ti Ballistix LP 2x8GB (2133 9-10-9-24 T1) 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
XP941 256GB Ultra II 960GB D15 10 
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X34 Poker 2 (Clears) 460w fanless FD Nano S 
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5775C (4.4 @ 1.36v) VII Impact 1080Ti Ballistix LP 2x8GB (2133 9-10-9-24 T1) 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
XP941 256GB Ultra II 960GB D15 10 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
X34 Poker 2 (Clears) 460w fanless FD Nano S 
MouseMouse PadAudio
G303 Artisan Hayate Audioengine D1 + AT A700X 
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post #8082 of 19536
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

And what sticks do you have? (I'm sure it's in your sig rig, but I'm on mobile ATM)

Yes it is my sig rig.

Crucial Ballistix Elite 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1866 Memory

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post #8083 of 19536
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Yeah, the plastic which covers the contact plate, usually with a huge 'remove before installation' warning on it haha
That's funny biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

You mean I was supposed to take the heatsink out of the box before installing it??? ph34r-smiley.gif
That's what i did too thumb.gif
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So get this. Haswell @ 4.7 with 1.345v =70-75C game temps. SBe @ 5.0 and 1.41v = 56C max. *scratches head* Intel, you're drunk. Go home. ( I realize the FIVR and stuff are on Haswell, but it still freaking hilarious.) Add two cores and lower temps 20C? K.
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I just finished putting together my loop for my 4770k that I got for xmas and this thing is a nightmare compared to dealing with my i7-920 that i'm coming from. Is that normal or am i out of the loop?
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Originally Posted by Sand0oski View Post

I just finished putting together my loop for my 4770k that I got for xmas and this thing is a nightmare compared to dealing with my i7-920 that i'm coming from. Is that normal or am i out of the loop?

Welcome to Haswell. Land of the aw[odfihaefgoiuhefwoiehf difficulty of overclocking.

Just follow the guide on the OP and you'll be golden. wink.gif
post #8087 of 19536
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

So get this. Haswell @ 4.7 with 1.345v =70-75C game temps. SBe @ 5.0 and 1.41v = 56C max. *scratches head* Intel, you're drunk. Go home. ( I realize the FIVR and stuff are on Haswell, but it still freaking hilarious.) Add two cores and lower temps 20C? K.

SB-E is soldered, that's the difference. Delid the Haswell and you'll get much more acceptable temps.
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

SB-E is soldered, that's the difference. Delid the Haswell and you'll get much more acceptable temps.

I know. It's kinda sad that Intel is crippling their chips from the get go.
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I was able to get my 1600 RAM up to 1712 by changing the BLCK. It's working fine, core ratio is 46 and cache now is 33.

Memory OC'ing is what I'm focused on now.
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

So get this. Haswell @ 4.7 with 1.345v =70-75C game temps. SBe @ 5.0 and 1.41v = 56C max. *scratches head* Intel, you're drunk. Go home. ( I realize the FIVR and stuff are on Haswell, but it still freaking hilarious.) Add two cores and lower temps 20C? K.

22nm V's 32nm. thumb.gif
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