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What 500 posts nearly in just 5 days that i missed ? Took full 2 hour for reading all those missed posts. biggrin.gif
Was considering how many hits/Bsod's one might have faced while getting stable OC ? I have just compiled my OC log and its feels like years medical prescription for my DUD chip. tongue.gif
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What 500 posts nearly in just 5 days that i missed ? Took full 2 hour for reading all those missed posts. biggrin.gif
Was considering how many hits/Bsod's one might have faced while getting stable OC ? I have just compiled my OC log and its feels like years medical prescription for my DUD chip. tongue.gif

4.5ghz at 1.315v is not a "DUD" chip, just so you know....It's just not a crazy-good OC CPU....wink.gif
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4.5ghz at 1.315v is not a "DUD" chip, just so you know....It's just not a crazy-good OC CPU....wink.gif
I lack good cooling option right now and time to do crazy OC but it have made me crazy.biggrin.gif
Have found stable 4.3Ghz for 1.195Vcore/Stock everything but still trying to find a good 4.5 value to sit for sometime.thumb.gif
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Okay, just going to jump in and start posting my progress and hopefully get some feedback and advice along the way. I think I'm incredibly fortunate already as I went with the basic start and locked default values in and simply let my ASUS board handle my voltage to OC my board at 46x multiplier reliably for what every day use in every thing I do. Now, call me crazy, but I would love to have a 5gz OC. 4.8 is even better. I've always been someone to do everything I can to push my equipment to the max to see where it's limits are.

So, without further ado. Currently I'm sitting on a 1.35 Manual VCore and just set my VCCIN to 1.9 at a multiplier of 48. 100 BLCK. Once OCCT starts it doesn't take long until I receive a 124 so I'm thinking it's a power issue, maybe not? Temperatures haven't breached above 75C yet with my liquid cooler.
Edited by Aedaric - 1/25/14 at 8:53pm
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A 124 error is almost always insufficient Vcore.
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Originally I had bumped it all the way up to 1.42, my temperature was still below what my computer was averaging with stock air cooler under full normal day use, though that voltage seems high to me for it compared to the "average" on the spreadsheet.
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I lack good cooling option right now and time to do crazy OC but it have made me crazy.biggrin.gif
Have found stable 4.3Ghz for 1.195Vcore/Stock everything but still trying to find a good 4.5 value to sit for sometime.thumb.gif

For a good and cheap cooling solution, I recommend the Antec Kuhler 620....There's no software to deal with, just put some good fans on it in push/pull and you're done....thumb.gif

Also, delidding might enable you to keep using the Hyper 212, not too sure though....Some food for thought though....biggrin.gif
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So, a 1.44 VCore started pushing my temperatures near 95C anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes into OCCT so I guess I won't be pushing into 4.8 to 5.0 unless I delid. = ( I'll play around with my BLCK and other voltages as well as 4.7, 4.9, 5.0, just for the sake of it. Who knows.
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So, a 1.44 VCore started pushing my temperatures near 95C anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes into OCCT so I guess I won't be pushing into 4.8 to 5.0 unless I delid. = ( I'll play around with my BLCK and other voltages as well as 4.7, 4.9, 5.0, just for the sake of it. Who knows.

OCCT is basically Prime95, I suggest going with a more realistic test....
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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.

Well there are a few possibilities. One is that I'm lying or you're lying but I think we can trust we're both not liars. The other is that one of our testing methdologies is flawed. I'm relatively sure the way I tested stability is valid and I spent hours making sure I got multiplie trials before calling in my result. I'm assuming you tested correctly, without any ridiculous flaws in your testing, I'm willing to believe that. So that leaves one more option... Maybe it varies from CPU to CPU. One guy was talking about how for the life of him he could not get stable 1.3v? without having input voltage close to mine, which is a bit crazy even for me. Some guys just need a small tweak, maybe yours just doesn't need it.

If that is indeed the case then for the purpose of making a guide, the point of input voltage still needs to be brought up. But again, I don't feel others and especially me (because I can vouch for myself :D) made errors in our testing methods.

 

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What 500 posts nearly in just 5 days that i missed ? Took full 2 hour for reading all those missed posts. biggrin.gif
Was considering how many hits/Bsod's one might have faced while getting stable OC ? I have just compiled my OC log and its feels like years medical prescription for my DUD chip. tongue.gif

Hmmm.... Charts. :drool:

 

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Originally Posted by Aedaric View Post

Okay, just going to jump in and start posting my progress and hopefully get some feedback and advice along the way. I think I'm incredibly fortunate already as I went with the basic start and locked default values in and simply let my ASUS board handle my voltage to OC my board at 46x multiplier reliably for what every day use in every thing I do. Now, call me crazy, but I would love to have a 5gz OC. 4.8 is even better. I've always been someone to do everything I can to push my equipment to the max to see where it's limits are.

So, without further ado. Currently I'm sitting on a 1.35 Manual VCore and just set my VCCIN to 1.9 at a multiplier of 48. 100 BLCK. Once OCCT starts it doesn't take long until I receive a 124 so I'm thinking it's a power issue, maybe not? Temperatures haven't breached above 75C yet with my liquid cooler.

Why is 4.8 better than a 5ghz OC? o.o

Can you tell us what voltage your Asus auto OC was running? That could help.

 

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Originally Posted by Aedaric View Post

So, a 1.44 VCore started pushing my temperatures near 95C anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes into OCCT so I guess I won't be pushing into 4.8 to 5.0 unless I delid. = ( I'll play around with my BLCK and other voltages as well as 4.7, 4.9, 5.0, just for the sake of it. Who knows.

You're pushing very high Vcore and not mentioning your input voltage at all. Also, I'm assuming you've set cache ratio to stock.

 

So basically, if either your input voltage or cache ratio settings are out of whack, that can require you to use more Vcore than you really need and still not be stable. On top of that, the temps you get depends on your stress test. The thread prescription is overnight x264 and would give you more thermal headroom before delid. But if you're inclinded to delid either way, go ahead and get that out of the way first.


Edited by Darkwizzie - 1/25/14 at 10:22pm
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