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Not very warm at all....I'm delidded, with proper TIM, and an H100i in push/pull.... biggrin.gifthumb.gif



The highest it got while running LinX was 72*C....

What version of Linx? tongue.gif

70gflops, 140 or 250? tongue.gif

and how about x264?
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What version of Linx? tongue.gif

70gflops, 140 or 250? tongue.gif

and how about x264?

Looks like I misspoke - Intel Burn Test....I would run x264, but it never seemed to work properly for me.....No matter what I installed, it kept pestering me about installing something else....
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Looks like I misspoke - Intel Burn Test..

Aha so outdated version of linpack, ~140gflops
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How much uncore voltage would be enough for 40x ? i have it right now at 33x 1.15v when i have dialed in the cores . If i keep it at 34x it jumps auto to 40x which will probably be a sweet spot i think and what would be best to stress it ,, x264 again and perhaps aida64 cache ?
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Yea those, i'm not actually sure best way to test it. I require over 1.15 it seems for 40x but 1.2v does it. I'm not narrowed down very much because i didn't find it easy to get to a very tight voltage range a long time ago.
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Ok i will try with 1.15v first and if i BSOD i will try higher smile.gif i guess it will be 101 errors rather then 124 when its the uncore. However i know the cpu/cores can be less stabilized when raising uncore.
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If it's anything like what I'm seeing, then you'll probably just get a freeze with cache volts too low. But once you raise them enough you may then be lacking in vcore so you may end up with a 124 (though I doubt this as you're keeping at auto values). I'd be surprised if you see a 101.
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Aha so outdated version of linpack, ~140gflops

Well, Prime has been mentioned, I thought "outdated" stressing programs were still useful.... wink.gif
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Okay, I figured out a way to avoid the issues with running the 64-bit version of the benchmark by re-doing the script and creating an executable to do the temp install/de-install of the 64-bit version of Avisynth. I also updated the x264 encoder to the newest version, and changed some of the nomenclature in the batch file (including the name). So this version should work for all users without having to mess with running as administrator. Just run the x264_Stability_Test batch file.

http://www.2shared.com/file/yNZzmwrI/x264_Stability_Test.html

I also created a version that just has the new script stuff in it (and not the whole program) - you can just drop this into the original folder and run the x264_Stability_Test batch file. It will be using the old version of x264, but otherwise is the same.

http://www.2shared.com/file/kWYN_1eF/x264_Stability_Test_Addon.html
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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

Edit: crashed and had to raise CPU VID from 1.203 to 1.213. Weird thing is that even though I've raised it the Vcore stays at 1.212 at load as was the case before I changed the VID.

I've been testing stability by playing CS: GO and listening to music on YouTube. As far as I know not all programs are able to use AVX. Could it be the case that my PC needed more VID for programs without the ability to run AVX to run properly since the max vcore stays the same (and I don't crash anymore)?
Edited by entrophy - 1/29/14 at 2:07am
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