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Input went up with vcore and multi. I don't need 2.2 for 47, need only 2 for that.

You might not even need 2.0v for that, have you tried reducing the VRIN to see if you're still stable?
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Input went up with vcore and multi. I don't need 2.2 for 47, need only 2 for that.

What kind of cooling are you using? Btw, did you have the chance to try 4.8 with 1333 on the ram?
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You might not even need 2.0v for that, have you tried reducing the VRIN to see if you're still stable?

Not yet. I'll reduce voltages once I'm sure current settings are stable.

@DarkReigh32 yes I did. Didn't work for me at 48. You should see my 101 BSOD list in bluescreenview! Temps are currently hovering in the mid 70's running x264 again using Phanteks PH-TC14PE.
Edited by lombardsoup - 1/27/14 at 12:13pm
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@ lombards - calling your chip poopchip when on 4.7? That's a good value. The better ones! My still bsod on 4.3. That's a poop chip smile.gif
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@ lombards - calling your chip poopchip when on 4.7? That's a good value. The better ones! My still bsod on 4.3. That's a poop chip smile.gif

If your chip dies during the course of testing it at 4.3ghz - that would be a "poop chip"....Until that happens, you just haven't come across the correct combinations of settings that will make your OC stable....
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If your chip dies during the course of testing it at 4.3ghz - that would be a "poop chip"....Until that happens, you just haven't come across the correct combinations of settings that will make your OC stable....

^This. Your chip is above average and you could do A LOT worse (sorry Akehage bonjeursmiley.png)

Keep trying and be smart about it (don't just keep throwing volts in there and hope for the best). I don't think you need your VRIN to be at 2.2. I actually dropped mine down to 2.0 after I found a stable voltage. Try playing with C states, turn off adaptive voltage if it's on, maybe drop the uncore down a bit too.

I managed to get to 4.8 by turning c7 on, turning off adaptive voltage, putting 1.68v to my ram. Keep going over the guide on the OP. You may have missed something. I know I did. thumb.gif
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...I'll settle for golden poop and leave it at that

Also, 4.3? Damn, that's rough.
Edited by lombardsoup - 1/27/14 at 12:56pm
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Did a reseat and cardboard test, still not working. Looking through the last changes I made and the hwinfo values I had written down, I don't see anything that would kill some hardware outright.

47multi
1.374 core voltage override
34 uncore, 1.2 cache v
2.1 input voltage

Last hwinfo numbers:
vccin 2.064
vccsa 1.136
vcore 1.408
highest core vid 1.376

Anyone have any insight? Operator's error or just bad hardware?
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Anyone have any insight? Operator's error or just bad hardware?

Is it not posting at all? Any mobo beeps?
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Since I'm on air and have limited myself to 1.3 vcore I've settled at 4.6 ghz. These are my results:

Username: entrophy
CPU Model: 4770k
Core Multiplier: 46
CPU VID: 1.270
Vcore: 1.272
Uncore Multiplier: 43
Uncore Voltage: 1.180
Cooling Solution: Noctua NH-D14
Stability Test: Intel Extreme Utility
Batch Number: Dunno
Ram Speed: 2.133 mhz with 11-12-11-30 timings
Input Voltage:1.6
LLC Setting: High
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z87X UD3H

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Edited by entrophy - 1/27/14 at 11:57pm
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