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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

Keep in mind that when you mess with the BLCK, you're not just messing with the CPu's frequency, you're messing with other components as well....
I know I know I know. I Want to mess with other components as well...but I didn't realize that you are so limited with Haswell in that regard frown.gif

If I Did fry it, then I'll just buy a new mobo 1155 socket and install a 2600k, 3570k or 3770k..which is best? Also, I've got a 860w PSE lying around never opened, might as well install it too. Let's hope either of those chips will run GTX 780
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It might be a good idea to ground yourself on the case before you go touching your mobo....thumb.gif
yeah I've got one of those wrist things
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Originally Posted by D-Dow View Post

I know I know I know. I Want to mess with other components as well...but I didn't realize that you are so limited with Haswell in that regard frown.gif

If I Did fry it, then I'll just buy a new mobo 1155 socket and install a 2600k, 3570k or 3770k..which is best? Also, I've got a 860w PSE lying around never opened, might as well install it too. Let's hope either of those chips will run GTX 780

Even a 2500k overclocked could handle a single 780 just fine. Any of those chips will do just fine. Although, you might as well learn Haswell if you already own it. No sense in spending more money when you just need to learn how to OC Haswell properly.
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824 Pages too many to read!

Got the haswell waiting on its motherboard tomorrow

Going to be fun seeing all these new settings that need to be touched to find the stable OC biggrin.gif
  
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Originally Posted by D-Dow View Post

I know I know I know. I Want to mess with other components as well...but I didn't realize that you are so limited with Haswell in that regard frown.gif

If I Did fry it, then I'll just buy a new mobo 1155 socket and install a 2600k, 3570k or 3770k..which is best? Also, I've got a 860w PSE lying around never opened, might as well install it too. Let's hope either of those chips will run GTX 780

I can understand wanting to mess with other things as well, but going after the BLCK adjusts everything at once - as opposed to using the settings in the UEFI to properly, and individually, mess with the other portions of your system.
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Blck strap is when you're hardcore and you're trying to push that last fraction of a multiplier. If you're at x50 and there is no way to hit x51, blck might, just might net you that x50.5. Isn't the entire point of getting a k processor is to be able to change the multiplier? o.o

 

I will be testing the new version of Prime AND the bench setting of XTU and updating my guide accordingly.


Edited by Darkwizzie - 1/14/14 at 10:26pm
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824 Pages too many to read!

Got the haswell waiting on its motherboard tomorrow

Going to be fun seeing all these new settings that need to be touched to find the stable OC biggrin.gif
Make sure to read the OP a 100 times before trying to OC! tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

I can understand wanting to mess with other things as well, but going after the BLCK adjusts everything at once - as opposed to using the settings in the UEFI to properly, and individually, mess with the other portions of your system.

It depends. For me, on my X79 system, BLCK overclocking is the most wonderfulest thing in the world. Set ram to 1333Mhz and I'm good to go because I have ram rated at 2133Mhz, so overclocking with BLCK is just fine for me as long as I used 125 and nothing crazy like 166. I haven't tried it myself for proof, but I've been told that sometimes using straps (BLCK) can actually require less voltage to remain stable. I wanted 5.0, so I set my BLCK to 125 and the my multi to 40. Sadly, I can't get 5.0 truly stable without using insane voltages on the currently BIOS I am using, but I might be able to with a newer BIOS. With 122.5 and 1.425v I'm fine and dandy with 4.9. My ram is at 1962.6Mhz which might make it easier to attain lower timings than the rated 2133.

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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

Blck strap is when you're hardcore and you're trying to push that last fraction of a multiplier. If you're at x50 and there is no way to hit x51, blck might, just might net you that x50.5. Isn't the entire point of getting a k processor is to be able to change the multiplier? o.o

See above quote from research on why to use BLCK. In a way you are right, it's for that last little bit, though. Yes, the point of a K or X processor is so you can change the m multi.
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For me, on my X79 system, BLCK overclocking is the most wonderfulest thing in the world.

To put it simply: x79 is not Haswell....graduated.gif
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This is trial number #5

Yo Wizzie seems i keep my 4.8 with this setting .. quite comfy on this one.



4 hours LinX
Hyperpi32m
XTU benchmark
Cinebench 11.5


4770k Batch L316B282 Malay
48/41 1.369v/1.220v (bios)
Memory 2133 11-11-11-30-2 @ 2600 12-13-13-27-1 1.65v
System Agent : + 0.150v
CPU input voltage : 1.920v
Mobo : Asrock extreme 4 latest bios
PSU : OCZ 700watt
Cooling : water custom single loop (ek wb nickle) + 420 rads push pull

Now and Then .. hopefully this CPU will be stable all along and not dead smile.gif lol

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To put it simply: x79 is not Haswell....graduated.gif

*slowclap* wink.gif

That's why I said depends and then go on to say why using blck can be helpful.
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