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Ive read about people using a mechanical pencil, to "grab" the pin to bend it back into place - haven't needed to try it out myself, but if the board is already messed up, it's worth a shot....

yeah i tried a little with a safety pin but you really need a big magnify glass to see well, guna have to take another pic to see what i did tongue.gif
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Where's the info on BF4 and ram speeds? sad-smiley-002.gif

I shall test it when I get the time. Could maybe 3 other people (with different components (4770k (OC'd)/R9 290x/GTX 780TI) do the same? I have a 4670k@4,7Ghz Cache 42x BCLK@100. I also have a R9 290 that overclocks pretty good, but since most people won't get the clocks I am able to get (1250/1570) and I don't have my VRM heatsinks yet (temps get up to 120C after a few minutes of gaming) I will keep the R9 290 at stock. I also have it watercooled (Kraken G10+x40) so it won't throttle. We can do luke's benchmarking run http://youtu.be/4-ZU3ty63rg. And maybe some multiplayer too for the realism. Sucks I didn't do the campaign and only fly in little birds though. Will start on the campaign soon. I have 16GB 2400Mhz TridentX modules btw. No I am not an idiot, they were much cheaper for price/GB then 8GB 1600Mhz C9 modules at the time.
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Finally adding my results.
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CPU Model: i5-4670K
Core Multiplier: 47X
CPU VID: 1.265V
Vcore: 1.284
Uncore Multiplier: 37X
Uncore Voltage: 1.15v
Cooling Solution: NH-D14 2x P14
Stability Test: 30x loops Pass 2 x264
Batch Number: Costa Rica [3313A646]
Ram Speed: 10-10-10-28 @ 2133, 1.475vDIMM
Input Voltage: 1.95VRIN
LLC Setting: Extreme
Motherboard: Z87X-UD4H [F7]
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I know Cyro be like - go for 5Ghz or something hahah.
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Have you checked eBay for the CLP? What country are you in? Maybe I can help you with your search, it'll give me something to do if work gets boring tomorrow....biggrin.gif

You know it never really crossed my mind to check eBay. :| Another solution I though of, while attempting to fall a sleep, is to have sidewinder or another US store that sells CL to ship to a PO box in the US and pick up from there. I live in BC, Canada by the way.
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What would be good starting voltages if I want my i5-4670K to hit 4.2GHz? are stock voltages fine? And adaptive volt still a big nono? According to CPUz my Vcore doesn't exceed 1.1 under full-load @ 4.2GHz when using adapt. Vcore 1.050v.

Using ASRock Z87 Pro3.
Edited by DDDeZ - 1/25/14 at 10:22am
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CPU Model: i5-4670K
Core Multiplier: 47X
Vcore: 1.284
Batch Number: Costa Rica [3313A646]

<--jealous!

I need 1.35V to hit 4.3Ghz on my Costa. frown.gif
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Thought I would chime in here... I started from scratch again, this time going for much higher VCCIN and lower VCORE, as most of you have indicated that's how things work. At first I thought I was good with 48X, 2.25 VCCIN, 1.37 VCORE but I still got a 124. Bumped up vcore again, got another 124, and in .01 increments finally got back to my original OC of 1.42 VCORE. So again, to me it seems VCCIN does NOT play near as much as some say. VCORE >> all.

Edit: I'm still playing around to try to get 49X. Curious, have any of you played around with AUTO VCORE? I want to see what happens... Temps are just absurdly low, especially considering it's around 16C ambient in my apartment right now.
Edited by bond32 - 1/25/14 at 10:43am
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Well its more a trend of 101s that you want to be looking out for. Since you are consistently getting 124s though, your solution is more to do with vcore.
Sooo I'm not seeing anything bucking that thinking - if anything, it just reinforces that it is the way to go.

This was my thought process in stabilizing 4.7Ghz:

1.24 | 1.83 => resulted in a hardlock/black screen after 10mins of looping Pass 2 (101).
1.265 | 1.86 => resulted in a 101 BSOD, Clock Watchdog Timer after 40mins of looping Pass 2 (101).
Incremented VRIN to 1.95 and restested:
1.265 | 1.95 => 30 passes of Pass 2 successful. I probably could have been ok with 1.90, but an increment of .05 or .1 is what I was recommended, and it worked pretty well for me.

What *is* dangerous is chasing more and more vcore when you have insufficient VRIN. That's why it's so important to look at the trend of BSODs, and not just the codes in a vacuum tongue.gif
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Well, for the life of me, and many reads of the guide I can't seem to get above a 4.2 overclock on my 4770k.

I tried 4.3 with 35x ucore multiplier, CPU V core (various voltages starting at 1.2 up to 1.325), Cache voltage at 1.2 and Input set at 1.9 (just to eliminate variables)

Way too much time into it today, so I will sleep on it before trying again, I have heard rumors that some haswell chip sets will not overclock with ram set to anything above 1600, and I failed to turn off the auto feature in ASUS uefi.
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well this is slightly embarrasing... after deciding to give it one more go, I realised that after resetting everything to default and applying the 42 multipliers on the cores I accidentaly typed in 43.
This means that I have been testing a stable 4.3 ghz overclock in prime 95 without changing anything from stock other than the Core multiplier.

I don't think I deserve to overclock any more.

Jake
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