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Thanks Darkwizzie for the thoughts about adaptive mode. I will try to have manual instead. But I cant really figure it out exactly what all c-states should be set in.
I have made a printscreen of my BIOS, but cannot open it. Its a BMP file.

Found another one on internet: What settings should I use on all theese?



The stress test crashed before to. So I ran the Vcore up to 1.295 now. Hope thats safe for a 24/7 (with a phantek cooler) - my temps are still okay. Just dont get past the stress tests, so bsod.
Edited by Akehage - 1/26/14 at 6:34am
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What do you guys think of the new troubleshooting spoiler I added under the stress test spoiler? Good or bad? Seems a bit redundant to me but some would argue that's what people need...
 
Feedback please.
 
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Originally Posted by Akehage View Post

Thanks Darkwizzie for the thoughts about adaptive mode. I will try to have manual instead. But I cant really figure it out exactly what all c-states should be set in.
I have made a printscreen of my BIOS, but cannot open it. Its a BMP file.

Found another one on internet: What settings should I use on all theese?



The stress test crashed before to. So I ran the Vcore up to 1.295 now. Hope thats safe for a 24/7 (with a phantek cooler) - my temps are still okay. Just dont get past the stress tests, so bsod.

 

Asus has a lot of options and often that leads to confusion and information overload, that's what you buy and ask for when you ask for a ROG board for better or for worse. My guess just the last one. What options are availible for the Package C state support option?

Anyways, it's late and I don't have an Asus mobo so there's really only so much I can do on my end right now. I can't exactly afford to buy an Asus mobo for my guide. If I were rich I would. So...
 
 
if u haz an asus mobo plz gimmie a pm tyvm
 
I'll hoping somebody with Asus mobo can reply to you as they can help you more than I can. I can make a few pms and look around in this thread for answers. But I would imagine your issue isn't THAT hard to solve simply by playing around with the settings.

Go ahead, play around with different settings and see what nets you that low Vcore. Don't forget, the reading typically isn't VID as listed in HWinfo and HWinfo is the best utility for checking if C states is working. You probably already know this but doesn't hurt to be thorough. At idle the voltage reading should fluctuated a bit and be very low, at load should be slightly above your set VID. Maybe you can figure it out and I can record the exact steps. My guess is simply the settings in your screenshot should work, but I guess not because that's why you're asking the question in the first place.

 

I can also look around on the internet for answers, that should work as well. I'll do it when I'm not braindead though.

 

 

Night.


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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

Ohh delidding , naah not my cup of tea but will strap some water cooling on this chip to create havoc of Vcore's.Till now 212 is fine doing the job..lol.smile.gif
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4.7 seemed stable with 1.4 VCore, 1.9 VCCIN set in the BIOS, even though my HWiNFO was reading it a bit higher, likely due to the instruction set used by OCCT. Ran a single test of x264 last night which passed, more tests are a must for me. My every day use for this computer already maxes the load on my CPU at the overclock of 4.6 gHz, hence why I'm trying to inch out every bit of performance.
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YOUR POST WAS THE 9001TH POST, HOW DOES IT FEEL TO GO DOWN IN HISTORY???
Ohh mine was 9001th , hurray !! For every millennium of posts in this epic thread i feel honoured that my OC failure chart stand's at TOP of page to make me feel miserable about having a disaster chip. specool.gif
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Ready to chart the overclock? Every multiplier it gets harder and harder to find stability and requires more and more and more increases in voltage, diminishing marginal returns.
Not sure what you mean by chart, but some time back I did post my settings in this thread for various clock speeds.

x46 = 1.800 Vrin / 1.26 Vcore / 1.055 Vring / x35 uncore
x47 = 1.800 Vrin / 1.31 Vcore / 1.055 Vring / x35 uncore
x48 = 1.800 Vrin 1.900/ 1.33 Vcore / 1.055 Vring / x35 uncore
x49 = 1.900 Vrin / 1.40 Vcore / 1.055 Vring / x35 uncore

x49 is variable, depending on what stress tests I run.
Edited by mandrix - 1/26/14 at 7:42am
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Not sure what you mean by chart, but some time back I did post my settings in this thread for various clock speeds.

x46 = 1.800 Vrin / 1.26 Vcore / 1.055 Vring / x35 uncore
x47 = 1.800 Vrin / 1.31 Vcore / 1.055 Vring / x35 uncore
x48 = 1.800 Vrin 1.900/ 1.33 Vcore / 1.055 Vring / x35 uncore
x49 = 1.900 Vrin / 1.40 Vcore / 1.055 Vring / x35 uncore

x49 is variable, depending on what stress tests I run.

Curious, what is the VRing voltage readout in HWiNFO?

4.7ghz

30 minutes initial stabilization check--usually within the first 10 minutes I can tell if I have enough VCore.
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My recommendation is:
-Ensure cache ratio is at stock.
-Input voltage to 2.1v
-Core voltage to 1.42v
With any luck should be more stable than your 4.7 ghz 1.44 VCore, VCCIN 1.936 while having lower Vcore by a little bit. Unless you're stable at that setting, anyway.

Appreciate the advice--your original post was incredibly helpful. I came from my last OC during the days of a Pentium IV. Since then I've just put it off due to family and my gaming system wasn't really mine. So again, thank you and everyone else for the amazing information.

So, back on topic. VCCIN is at 2.0. VCore is at 1.385. Multiplier 47. Current export of 31 minutes 49s of OCCT is included, lots of graphics and all the goodies.

I've uploaded the useful images I believe.

Still want to break that 48 to 50 multiplier range. I have some CLU on the way and will be de-lidding my processor once it arrives in the next week or so, this should give me an additional 15C headroom. Running a x264 benchmark next, though I believe my everyday use would be good test.
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Core 1 Temp


Core 2 Temp


Core 3 Temp


Core 4 Temp


Overall CPU Temperature


VCore


Edited by Aedaric - 1/26/14 at 9:43am
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Hmm, crash again at:
4.4Ghz @ 1.295v

Seems like I have a really bad cpu : /

Will just go for 4.3 Ghz and see if my RAMS can run higher with that.
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Hmm, crash again at:
4.4Ghz @ 1.295v

Seems like I have a really bad cpu : /

Will just go for 4.3 Ghz and see if my RAMS can run higher with that.

What crash?

And can we make it a thread requirement that you get banned if you say "crash" without giving any further info tongue.gif

Which crash? Program crash? Bluescreen? Which one? Do people really not note these things? Without checking them, the only way to adjust OC is by randomly changing voltages and hoping stuff works? worriedsmiley.gif

Sorry, just >9000 posts and at least 200-400 or so are people saying stuff "crashed" without giving any info required to have any idea whatsoever other than random guessing what the problem could be
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My ssd crashed when overclocking it to gain more space. Need halp.

In all seriousness guys, provide information if you want help. "It crashed" "I got bsod" "this is half of my settings that actually matter" doesn't give enough information for anyone to help you.

Give these settings if you want help:
Core mutli
Core voltage
Uncore mutli
Uncore voltage
Vrin
Llc level and mobo used
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