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The sweet spot, the best timings i've found for my Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600 (8x2) is 9-10-9-30 with a BLCK of 111, and multiplier of 42, uncore 33. I may tone down all the crazy voltages I have. I am almost certain that I am over-volting. When Not gaming, I have the loaded defaults (like right now), but when I go to game, I load up my profile stated above. I need to tone down the voltages, I know, I realize, or I will be damaging my system in a month or so maybe even a couple of weeks.
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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 have a Asus Gryphon z87.

VCCIN = Eventual CPU Voltage = the thing which you want to manually set.
Initial CPU Voltage should only need to be manually adjusted if you fail to POST in extreme environments. Usually, the only time someone touches Initial CPU Voltage is under LN2. It is best to leave it on Auto for "24/7 overclocks", imo.
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I have a Asus Gryphon z87.

VCCIN = Eventual CPU Voltage = the thing which you want to manually set.
Initial CPU Voltage should only need to be manually adjusted if you fail to POST in extreme environments. Usually, the only time someone touches Initial CPU Voltage is under LN2. It is best to leave it on Auto for "24/7 overclocks", imo.

Thank you for the info! I have an Asus Hero board and couldn't figure out if I needed to touch both. But now you clarified, I will only touch the "Eventual" and leave the "Initial" on factory default which is AUTO.
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Thank you for the info! I have an Asus Hero board and couldn't figure out if I needed to touch both. But now you clarified, I will only touch the "Eventual" and leave the "Initial" on factory default which is AUTO.

Yep, that's what I run with as well.

Glad to help!
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

I have a Asus Gryphon z87.

VCCIN = Eventual CPU Voltage = the thing which you want to manually set.
Initial CPU Voltage should only need to be manually adjusted if you fail to POST in extreme environments. Usually, the only time someone touches Initial CPU Voltage is under LN2. It is best to leave it on Auto for "24/7 overclocks", imo.

Great! Thank you fleetfeather! Rep+ for you, I really appreciate the input!
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Great! Thank you fleetfeather! Rep+ for you, I really appreciate the input!

No problem at all.
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#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.
pretty sweet man
those temps non-delidd too? not bad at all for 4.8ghz on that vcore
  
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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.

booting and passing maxxmem once is not even remotely close to prime stable which is the problem
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booting and passing maxxmem once is not even remotely close to prime stable which is the problem

Passing multiple hours of Prime is useless when you can still crash during your normal activities....It doesn't make any sense that some of the people in this thread are apprehensive about going above 1.3 vcore, but you'll run Prime for ridiculous amounts of time....
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booting and passing maxxmem once is not even remotely close to prime stable which is the problem

when i run prime it just gives me error and stops working.not even bsod. what else should i test it with
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