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The default is usually ~1.8. Guideline is to keep it ~0.6 above vcore with llc enabled

By override, he means Manual thumb.gif

I dont like too much the adaptive mode because its like ****ty, but the manual voltage stuck at maximum vcore always what i dont like to keep 24/7. I'm missing the AMD phenom overclock easy way to keep max frequency under any application load and vcore droping down when idle with no major problems.

This intel chipset is too crazy and difficult to understand how to make things work that easy.
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but the manual voltage stuck at maximum vcore always what i dont like to keep 24/7. I'm missing the AMD phenom overclock easy way to keep max frequency under any application load and vcore droping down when idle with no major problems.

Manual does drop. That's what c-states are for - at least it's been confirmed 100% to work that was on gigabyte boards, and seems to work that way on at least some others. You must look at the right sensor to see it, and it's difficult to find the right one on some boards.

I have 4.7ghz, 1.37vcore load with 800mhz, ~0.1-0.7v idle just fine
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Another OC (found out I was able to run 4.5 ghz at a much lower vcore - just had to raise my CPU input voltage from 1.8 to 1.9:

Username: Entrophy
CPU Model: 4770k
Core Multiplier: 4.5 ghz
CPU VID: 1.213
Vcore: 1.212
Uncore Multiplier: 4,3 ghz
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
Ram Voltage: 1.6
Input Voltage: 1.900
LLC Setting: High
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H
Edited by entrophy - 1/29/14 at 1:51am
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Why is my luck so bad? My hunk of crap 4770K isn't stable at 4.5, with 1.375v. I'm honestly considering throwing it in the trash can.
    
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Why is my luck so bad? My hunk of crap 4770K isn't stable at 4.5, with 1.375v. I'm honestly considering throwing it in the trash can.
What are your other settings?

Have you tried for 4.4 stable?
  
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Manual does drop. That's what c-states are for - at least it's been confirmed 100% to work that was on gigabyte boards, and seems to work that way on at least some others. You must look at the right sensor to see it, and it's difficult to find the right one on some boards.

I have 4.7ghz, 1.37vcore load with 800mhz, ~0.1-0.7v idle just fine

I have a i7 4770k@4ghz + asus z87 plus, and i think or Asus board are bios settings bugged/inverted or just work a lot different from the rest i see people there saying. Either from the videos i see at youtube, from Asus showing rog boards guide overclock, my board bios settings work different from them.

In rog asus forum some guy say that adaptive mode in asus you put the value of you desired max vcore at "turbo max frequency" which is a setting inside adaptive mode in Asus. I put like 1.15v and that should be the vcore your cpu use when under full load at applications, but it dont work like that on my board, my adaptive mode have some "auto voltage" which gonna be 1.20v ever, same when i put 1.15v under "max turbo frequency" inside adaptive setting. Under applications load(not synthetics ones, only normal apps, games, sony vegas and such things) the vcore will run at 1.20v instead of my 1.15v choice.

I see that inside my "Adaptive mode" have another option which is called offset, to me set + or - voltage, so i need to know that my board gonna use 1.20v and then go there and put -0,050v inside adaptive mode offset, which to me look the offset modeworking inside adaptive mode.

At manual mode in my asus board the vcore will never drop from max value, like 1.20v or whatever is the vcore, but the frequency clock will drop to 800mhz running with vcore of 1.20v.

So because this im a bit frustrated with this settings overclocks, maybe its my bad because i choose a ASUS board and anothers brands have not such problems.
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What are your other settings?

Have you tried for 4.4 stable?

I backed it down to 4.3 @ 1.35v, maybe it's stable here jealoussmiley.gif

2.0v VCCIN/VRIN
1.35v VCORE
1.115v CPU Ring
+0.195 System Agent
+0.100 Digital & Analog I/O
35x Ring multi
Ram at 1866MHz, 1.5v

Never overclocked Haswell before, so Idk if I'm doing everything right. I have been playing BF4 all day, switched over to Starcraft II, ended up with a 0x124 BSOD around two hours in.
Edited by AddictedGamer93 - 1/28/14 at 11:34pm
    
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I backed it down to 4.3 @ 1.35v, maybe it's stable here jealoussmiley.gif

2.0v VCCIN/VRIN
1.35v VCORE
1.115v CPU Ring
+0.195 System Agent
+0.100 Digital & Analog I/O
35x Ring multi
Ram at 1866MHz, 1.5v

Never overclocked Haswell before, so Idk if I'm doing everything right. I have been playing BF4 all day, switched over to Starcraft II, ended up with a 0x124 BSOD around two hours in.

did you try using 33x ring with the v1.15? v1.115 looks pretty low , might help might not, still worth a try.
  
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So far, its looking like I'm stable at 4.8ghz....I just passed 10 runs of LinX, 30 mins of XTU, and 24 iterations of 32M HyperPi....aaevil.gif

Core: 48x
VID: 1.480v
VRIN: 2.08v
Uncore: 38x
VRing: 1.205

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did you try using 33x ring with the v1.15? v1.115 looks pretty low , might help might not, still worth a try.

No, but I gave it a bump to 1.150v, and put my core multi back to 45x @ 1.37v. I'll see if that helped at all.
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So far, its looking like I'm stable at 4.8ghz....I just passed 10 runs of LinX, 30 mins of XTU, and 24 iterations of 32M HyperPi....aaevil.gif

Core: 48x
VID: 1.480v
VRIN: 2.08v
Uncore: 38x
VRing: 1.205

Dude, your vcore scares me......
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