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What were the other settings that you were using? Also, what is making you think the CPU or mobo might be dead?

Tried cmos reset with battery and without, short (seconds) and long (hours according to Asus reps). Pulled all hardware except cpu so far. Swapped ram out for working ram. No post, black screen, whether I'm going through on-board or discrete.

The board's LEDs flash or stay solid during ram check now. I'll post the specific settings a little later.
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Hey all. Testing a 4.8 GHz OC atm.
At 1.405 the system returned a 124 during first first minute of OCCT.

With these new settings, VCore upped to 1.41,
Core Multiplier: 48
Core BLCK: 100
VCore: 1.41
Uncore Multi: 35
Uncore Voltage: 1.055
Vrin: 2.05
LLC: LB

Made it to 1 minute 40 seconds before I noticed a rather drastic drop frequency. Not sure what caused it--I've added the screen shot here. I've added some other screenshots that were the only ones which showed any additional changes during the drop. One was the +5V Voltage readout and the other was the +3.3V readout.
OCCT Images (Click to show)






Any ideas what caused the drop or any reason for concern? My other stability tests haven't had a drop of this magnitude, which is what leading to my concern.
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Edited by Aedaric - 1/26/14 at 12:23pm
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Hey all. Testing a 4.8 GHz OC atm.
At 1.405 the system returned a 124 during first first minute of OCCT.

With these new settings, VCore upped to 1.41,
Core Multiplier: 48
Core BLCK: 100
VCore: 1.41
Uncore Multi: 35
Uncore Voltage: 1.055
Vrin: 2.05
LLC: LB

Made it to 1 minute 40 seconds before I noticed a rather drastic drop frequency. Not sure what caused it--I've added the screen shot here. I've added some other screenshots that were the only ones which showed any additional changes during the drop. One was the +5V Voltage readout and the other was the +3.3V readout.
OCCT Images (Click to show)



What are you temps at?




Any ideas what caused the drop or any reason for concern? My other stability tests haven't had a drop of this magnitude, which is what leading to my concern.

What are you temps currently at?
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What are you temps currently at?

Averaging 80's. With periodic spikes upwards of 90's. The highest I've hit is 100C on the synthetics. 1.41 gave me another crash and I reached 100 on 2 of my 4 cores so I'm going to tone it down a bit until I delid it and remove some of this heat. My Input is already at 2.05 and I could probably bump it up to 2.1 or 2.2, though temperatures are still going to remain high. At 4.7 my highs were mid 80's which was the stock cooler at 3.5 GHz before I upgraded.
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I posted this in the delidding thread, but I'm just curious as to people's thoughts. I delidded and that process went incredibly well. Unfortunately I'm clumsy. As such, the chipped dropped and a corner of the pcb chipped. Is this chip a write off?

I'd cover that before putting it in & powering it up.

Exposed copper could be ground or live, if ground it wouldn't really matter if it arcs, if it carries a voltage, it would be best to cover it with an insulator (LET, nail polish, etc. something non-conductive). I don't know if there are any traces that close to the edge, hopefully it will be OK.
    
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Averaging 80's. With periodic spikes upwards of 90's. The highest I've hit is 100C on the synthetics. 1.41 gave me another crash and I reached 100 on 2 of my 4 cores so I'm going to tone it down a bit until I delid it and remove some of this heat. My Input is already at 2.05 and I could probably bump it up to 2.1 or 2.2, though temperatures are still going to remain high. At 4.7 my highs were mid 80's which was the stock cooler at 3.5 GHz before I upgraded.


I would venture a guess and say that drop in frequency is due to haswell's throttling mechanism. Read more here.

http://blog.ittoby.com/2013/09/overclocking-haswell-quick-fail-method.html

I should've also asked what cooler you're using?
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Cooler Master Seidon 240M

I'm not being a douchebag, I'm curious, is it not updated in my signature? I've updated it a few times in the past few days and want to make sure everything is properly displayed.
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I'd cover that before putting it in & powering it up.

Exposed copper could be ground or live, if ground it wouldn't really matter if it arcs, if it carries a voltage, it would be best to cover it with an insulator (LET, nail polish, etc. something non-conductive). I don't know if there are any traces that close to the edge, hopefully it will be OK.

Thank you good sir. I'm hoping it will be okay. Luckily it was just the one corner and the damage seems relatively minor. I'll go home and slap some nail polish on the corner. I'm sure the woman won't mind lol.

Also is cleaning the underside of the processor with isopropyl alcohol a bad idea?
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Ahh, yes, it most certainly would of been a throttle, even though the charts aren't showing it and Real Temp didn't record it, I'm assuming my system thought it was going to climb over 99C which is what was recorded during that time-frame. Amusing since I haven't been limited by temperatures until now, though it is expected with these chips. Hopefully they do a better job with the top on their next gen.

How is your processor endeavor going?
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Cooler Master Seidon 240M

I'm not being a douchebag, I'm curious, is it not updated in my signature? I've updated it a few times in the past few days and want to make sure everything is properly displayed.

Lol no worries. I'll be honest I didn't take the time to look at the sig. By the temps you're getting for the voltage I'd say you're about right with that cooler. My friend running an i7 4770K with the water extreme 2.0 is in the same boat with the same vcore. Maybe cut back to an OC that require a little less voltage. One were you can stress and be around 85-90C max. That way you'll avoid throttling. Until, of course, you delid. Also, as you can probably see from my previous posts above, I've just delidded my 4670K using the vice method. It was quite simple. I'd say if you have the nerves for it, do it. thumb.gif
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