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$ implies negotiable amount, I can also give him credit for helping find a 6Ghz + cpu ( hopefully well over 6ghz) when posting the benchies... tongue.gif

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I wanna play!!!! biggrin.gif My offer is $$$.... bruce.gif

Well... I'm beat. tongue.gif
post #8622 of 19649
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How about buying a DUD and pimping it up to what ever Ghz it can crawl ?? biggrin.gif:D

That is what I have been doing, found the 6Ghz + benchable 4670k already but could use a great 4770k still.
    
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post #8623 of 19649
I'm using the x264 Benchmark with the loop script to test my overclock, but it's skipping some of the loops. Is this a clear indicator of an unstable overclock, or might there be some other issue?

To clarify, it's not failing during a loop from what I can tell. When one loop finishes, it (sometimes) immediately skips over the next loop without any error message.

Here's my hardware and current settings:

4670k, Asus Z87-A
Core: 43x / 1.2V Manual
Cache: 33x / Auto
Ram: Auto (1333)
VCCIN: Auto (1.792 under load in HWINFO)

I changed a few options under DIGI+ VRM and CPU Power Management based on explanations from a ROG article, but I want to make sure I'm actually experiencing an unstable overclock before trying to revert or change these options.
post #8624 of 19649
Well I'm now trying 1.38v for 45x on this 4670k. Everything else was error 101 bsod.
post #8625 of 19649
If anyone can answer I would appreciate
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread-with-statistics/8610#post_21611862

I do not want to try to OC and do any stress test if this isn't the case
  
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post #8626 of 19649
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If anyone can answer I would appreciate
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread-with-statistics/8610#post_21611862

I do not want to try to OC and do any stress test if this isn't the case

Dude, if someone had the answer to that question, I'm sure it would have been answered....There is absolutely no need to keep reposting your question....Have you tried finding any info on Google, or the ROG forums? If I had one of those mobos, that's where I would go for information....thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

If anyone can answer I would appreciate
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread-with-statistics/8610#post_21611862

I do not want to try to OC and do any stress test if this isn't the case

I have an ROG board, with which software would you like me to check something for you?
post #8628 of 19649
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Dude, if someone had the answer to that question, I'm sure it would have been answered....There is absolutely no need to keep reposting your question....Have you tried finding any info on Google, or the ROG forums? If I had one of those mobos, that's where I would go for information....thumb.gif

I agree. No need to repost it four times in one day.


@INCREDIBLEHULK People have been OCing just fine on the Hero and Formula (including me) This isn't an issue. Just OC and move on. thumb.gif
post #8629 of 19649
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Originally Posted by Mysticode View Post

I have an ROG board, with which software would you like me to check something for you?

thanks Mysticode, I really appreciate it. I was using hwinfo64 to compare with darkwizzie seeing his shows up VCCIN while mine showes VCOREREFIN
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I agree. No need to repost it four times in one day.


@INCREDIBLEHULK People have been OCing just fine on the Hero and Formula (including me) This isn't an issue. Just OC and move on. thumb.gif

Thanks but thats why we use these forums, to communicate and figure things out. I can go change functions in bios, that won't bring answer to the question of is this a misread option, software error, or what the issue is. We don't skip problems at OCN we solve them, right?
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Dude, if someone had the answer to that question, I'm sure it would have been answered....There is absolutely no need to keep reposting your question....Have you tried finding any info on Google, or the ROG forums? If I had one of those mobos, that's where I would go for information....thumb.gif

Thanks "dude"
Obviously I don't go on OCN and post questions without doing a bit of research.
going to the manufacturer support forums is not always the best place to get the information.
Also with the amount of posts there is a chance people won't go back 10 pages when they get home from work. Seeing as I posted 4messages from 20hour spread within this day, I really think you need to calm down and not give me "did you google" remark, I spend a lot of time helping people with what I can
Posting a non constructive opinion without helping a fellow OCN member doesn't really do any good. I'm doing nothing wrong, I'm also not going to make 1 post and wait 3days to see if someone responds to it while you go back and forth with someone for 28 posts in 3 hours tongue.gif

Obviously I'm searching different places. Obviously this is OCN. Obviously someone has a ROG board and it would be the logical thing to shed light on a question another user on the internet might stumble to this forum with the same question. So please "dude" thumb.gif
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post #8630 of 19649
@INCREDIBLEHULK

Yes, VCCIN shows up as VCOREREFIN, Vccin is .9 on Asus Hero. Anything else? Source: http://cdn.overclock.net/0/00/00265466_hwinfo.png, I posted it 12 days ago in this thread.
Edited by VeerK - 1/18/14 at 9:10pm
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