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post #8141 of 19571
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Originally Posted by Its L0G4N View Post

Normally lower cas means ram will be faster. Higher MHz more performance, but if you have high cas it won't be fast.

i already know that. but its not possible to have both lower cas and higher Mhz.

thats why im trying to play with the voltages
post #8142 of 19571
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Originally Posted by Hhead View Post

i already know that. but its not possible to have both lower cas and higher Mhz.

thats why im trying to play with the voltages

What i'm saying though is keep your cas as low as possible.
post #8143 of 19571
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Originally Posted by Its L0G4N View Post

What i'm saying though is keep your cas as low as possible.

its running with 9-11-10-29 with 2400 right now. im not sure if its stable. just checking it with MaxxMEM (achieved 48ns from 50ns). havent tried any stress test yet.
post #8144 of 19571
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its running with 9-11-10-29 with 2400 right now. im not sure if its stable. just checking it with MaxxMEM (achieved 48ns from 50ns). havent tried any stress test yet.

If it's not stable then try to go to 1866 or 2000 with 9-9-10-29 or 9-10-10-29.
post #8145 of 19571
I am still having a issue while overclocking with either MSI Intel Extreme Tuning Utility or Aida 64. The motherboard in HWiNFO64 starts off showing correct motherboard temperatures in the upper 20's and low 30's but after running either program for a while my temperature jumps up to 133 degrees C and sticks. When I load back into the bios it shows 133 degrees as well and as soon as I make changes in the bios and restart it is back to normal. It is obviously not running this hot as my CPU temperatures under load are in the 50's. Anyone else have this problem? I am wondering if I need to replace this mother board or if it is just a program issue.

I7 4770K
MSI G45-Gaming motherboard

Thanks,

Lance
post #8146 of 19571
A question for ASUS board owners.

My overclocking is going well. My question is on the VCCIN voltage, I'm using the "Initial CPU Input voltage" to adjust the VCCIN and leaving the "Eventual CPU Input voltage" on auto.

After searching around I can't find a lot of into on this subject. I think I should be setting both the Initial and Eventual CPU voltages the same. Dialing in the lowest stable voltage after I have multiplier, vcore, cache ratio and cache ratio voltages dialed in.

I appreciate any advise on this.
post #8147 of 19571
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Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post

A question for ASUS board owners.

My overclocking is going well. My question is on the VCCIN voltage, I'm using the "Initial CPU Input voltage" to adjust the VCCIN and leaving the "Eventual CPU Input voltage" on auto.

After searching around I can't find a lot of into on this subject. I think I should be setting both the Initial and Eventual CPU voltages the same. Dialing in the lowest stable voltage after I have multiplier, vcore, cache ratio and cache ratio voltages dialed in.

I appreciate any advise on this.

I believe Eventual input voltage is the VCCIN. That is written in the guide at least and it works fine with me.
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Originally Posted by Lance01 View Post

I am still having a issue while overclocking with either MSI Intel Extreme Tuning Utility or Aida 64. The motherboard in HWiNFO64 starts off showing correct motherboard temperatures in the upper 20's and low 30's but after running either program for a while my temperature jumps up to 133 degrees C and sticks. When I load back into the bios it shows 133 degrees as well and as soon as I make changes in the bios and restart it is back to normal. It is obviously not running this hot as my CPU temperatures under load are in the 50's. Anyone else have this problem? I am wondering if I need to replace this mother board or if it is just a program issue.

I7 4770K
MSI G45-Gaming motherboard

Thanks,

Lance

Try realtemp
post #8148 of 19571
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Originally Posted by soulbytes View Post

#Trial number 4#

I tried new settings and here what i've got

Not really good with the voltage .. but stable.

test : 1 hour XTU , hyperpi 32m and Cinebench 11.5



4770k Batch L316B282 Malay
48/45 1.374v/1.240v (bios)
Memory 2133 11-11-11-30-2 @ 2600 12-13-13-27-1 1.65v
System Agent : + 0.150v
CPU input voltage : 1.900v
Mobo : Asrock extreme 4 latest bios
PSU : OCZ 700watt
Cooling : water custom single loop (ek wb nickle) + 420 rads push pull

Im wondering if i change my old PSU to a new corsair PSU which have better performance will it effect my overclock to get a better results even possible a lower voltage ?

Cheers.

 

 

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CPU Model: 4770k
Core Multiplier: 45 on first core, other three 44.
Vcore: 1.38
Uncore Multiplier: 41
Uncore Voltage: 1.19
Cooling Solution: H100i
Stability Test: x264, 20 runs
Batch Number: gonna update soon
Ram Speed: TridentX 2X8GB 2400Mhz CAS 10 (1.65v)
Input Voltage: 2.00
Motherboard: Asus Z87 Sabertooth


wish i could push my multipliers more but they need more voltage.i dont know why.
so i stopped working on it and now trying to tighten my ram timings.

im gonna test more with aida64. and x264 also

You'll be  charted soon.

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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
14xEK ACF (Compression Fittings) EK x4 250 (v2) Distilled Water + PT Nuke (Copper Sulphate) 24x140mm Silent Wings 3 
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post #8149 of 19571
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A question for ASUS board owners.

My overclocking is going well. My question is on the VCCIN voltage, I'm using the "Initial CPU Input voltage" to adjust the VCCIN and leaving the "Eventual CPU Input voltage" on auto.

After searching around I can't find a lot of into on this subject. I think I should be setting both the Initial and Eventual CPU voltages the same. Dialing in the lowest stable voltage after I have multiplier, vcore, cache ratio and cache ratio voltages dialed in.

I appreciate any advise on this.

If ya haven't seen already, this may be helpful

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?33488-Maximus-VI-Series-UEFI-Guide-for-Overclocking
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post #8150 of 19571
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If ya haven't seen already, this may be helpful

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?33488-Maximus-VI-Series-UEFI-Guide-for-Overclocking

Yes I did see that thread. That's how I came to the conclusion that I should be setting both the Initial and Eventual CPU voltage the same. Just trying to get some feedback from other Asus board owners to see if that's how they are doing it too.
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