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Hi i managed to overclok my cpu to 4.6ghz finaly and it is stable... i was at 4.2ghz but wonted 4.5ghz because my i5 2500k was on it... so i will share pictures so it may will help you... btw i will lower cpu voltage because for 4.2ghz i only need 1.150v

specs: i5 4670k

msi z87gd65 gaming

corsair 4x2gb=8gb

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It's really aggravating that it seems like if I change anything manually on my motherboard, automatic error in OCCT. If I let the motherboard do pretty much all of the functions itself (setting "optimized" in BIOS, using the TPU switch on the motherboard set to 2, letting the Asus AI Suite do an extreme tuning at ratio only, then after all of that, setting the voltage to manual in the AI Suite to 1.31v and 1.285 to uncore), it works fine. Or, probably fine. I haven't done an extremely thoroughly stability test, but I'll throw this out there



If you saw my post on the last page, it failed at 4.4 after 2 seconds of testing. This is after following the Simforums VERY thorough guide that even uses my motherboard, and rereading the OP. It's like if I change anything, the whole thing collapses.
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wondering.... is anyone here on daily with vcore above 1.35v ? and for how long already... thanks
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So far 8 runs, 7passed 1 with not responding at ~60% I wonder if I have to raise vcore a bit or give it more Vrin, atm I'm at 1.36vcore and 1.95vrin. Opinions would be helpful.
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wondering.... is anyone here on daily with vcore above 1.35v ? and for how long already... thanks

My vcore is 1.475. Been that way or higher for months
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This is way to much vcore, I'm not saying it wont work but for everyday use that is way to high, your chip is surely going to die much faster. i believe volts thresholds are listed in this forums guide.
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My vcore is 1.475. Been that way or higher for months

1.36 been that way since late october
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This is way to much vcore, I'm not saying it wont work but for everyday use that is way to high, your chip is surely going to die much faster. i believe volts thresholds are listed in this forums guide.

You know this how? You had a haswell die? I get so tired of claims like that, honestly.

And nothing against the OP, but this guide is way better: http://www.overclock.net/t/1401976/the-gigabyte-z87-haswell-overclocking-oc-guide

Recommended max vcore on air is 1.45V.

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You know this how? You had a haswell die? I get so tired of claims like that, honestly.

And nothing against the OP, but this guide is way better: http://www.overclock.net/t/1401976/the-gigabyte-z87-haswell-overclocking-oc-guide

Recommended max vcore on air is 1.45V.

LL

Totally agree!
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I never said it wouldn't work lol, I'm just saying with that type of vcore you must at least have a custom loop, that isn't going to fly with everyday users or overclockers, and with that type of vcore top recommend short of a custom loop is insane. I never stated it wouldn't work, and I personally have not, but have read posts about haswell chips dying above 1.35. Ill try and find the links. Also take into consideration the level of varience of haswell chips. As a standard norm 1.45v is not a good idea.
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