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Yeah, it's a 4670k on a z87x-ud3h with the latest beta bios. I'm reading this value from hwinfo. And yeah, it's as I said, any manual uncore setting refuses to drop to 800 at idle with the core. 34x/38x it doesn't matter, only auto will drop down at idle.

Hmm.. Tried 35x too, just to be safe? I don't actually own a 4670k, and 35x is "the" setting for me - the one that runs 800mhz idle, 4000mhz load. I can confirm it worked like that on f6 and f7, i know nothing of the beta bios's
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Hmm.. Tried 35x too, just to be safe? I don't actually own a 4670k, and 35x is "the" setting for me - the one that runs 800mhz idle, 4000mhz load. I can confirm it worked like that on f6 and f7, i know nothing of the beta bios's

I tried 35 just to make sure and it also didn't drop at idle. I flipped the switch to my other bios which is running F7 and it behaves as you said, setting 34x results in 4000 uncore that drops to 800 at idle. While I'm thankful that you helped me find this out, I'm disappointed that I'm forced to run 4000 uncore and not the lower value that I want. Does this happen with all z87 motherboards or just gigabyte?
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It's a gigabyte behavior

Honestly i see little reason for worrying about it, given that ~1.17 isn't a lot of voltage on ring at load - though i'd like to have 800mhz idle with 3300 or 4400 load. Are you seeing any benefits from f8 betas? I was hanging for the actual release of it, but it's been quite a while
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It doesn't matter what uncore I set, it stays stuck at that speed and will not idle at 800 if it's manually set. On auto it clocks down from 3800 to 800 just fine. Is there a setting that I can change to get the uncore to downclock when I have it manually set?

I just got a 4770K and am playing around with getting the UEFI BIOS sorted.

Right now I have almost everything set on Auto on my Asus Maximus VI Hero (UEFI BIOS 1301). I noticed that the CPU will turbo to 3.9GHz and idle at 800MHz. But no matter what my uncore always stays at 3.9GHz (in CPU-Z and HWInfo).

I'm using the XMP Profile on my RAM to run it at 2,400MHz and I have Min. and Max. CPU Cache Ratios set to Auto.

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Might have to manually set min/max cache ratio. Uncore/cache handling is different, manufacturer to manufacturer
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Might have to manually set min/max cache ratio. Uncore/cache handling is different, manufacturer to manufacturer

Thanks. I set Min. CPU Cache Ratio to 8 and left Max. CPU Cache Ratio at Auto and now uncore frequency is exactly tracking with CPU core frequency.

I wonder what the reason is for the default setting being never to downclock the uncore and leave it at 3.9GHz? headscratch.gif
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It's a gigabyte behavior

Honestly i see little reason for worrying about it, given that ~1.17 isn't a lot of voltage on ring at load - though i'd like to have 800mhz idle with 3300 or 4400 load. Are you seeing any benefits from f8 betas? I was hanging for the actual release of it, but it's been quite a while
I haven't done enough testing to notice any advantages other than this uncore thing which is a disadvantage in my opinion. I'm still testing but the default uncore voltage is stable so far at 4GHz.

Some fun with the killawatt at stock voltages:

4.2GHz core with 4GHz uncore running XTU cpu stress test = 110w

4.2GHz core with 4GHz uncore running prime 28.3 = 173w

BIG difference....
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

I haven't done enough testing to notice any advantages other than this uncore thing which is a disadvantage in my opinion. I'm still testing but the default uncore voltage is stable so far at 4GHz.

Some fun with the killawatt at stock voltages:

4.2GHz core with 4GHz uncore running XTU cpu stress test = 110w

4.2GHz core with 4GHz uncore running prime 28.3 = 173w

BIG difference....

Derp, we have the same board and I just bought a 4770K which I'd like to run at 4.2-4.4. I'll be going through the past pages of this thread and checking out your posts. Right now I'm at 4.2 with 1.25 and haven't touched uncore but not stable enough to get very far in a stress test. What are considered the safe ranges for Vcore and uncore?
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Originally Posted by BillOhio View Post

Derp, we have the same board and I just bought a 4770K which I'd like to run at 4.2-4.4. I'll be going through the past pages of this thread and checking out your posts. Right now I'm at 4.2 with 1.25 but not stable enough to get very far in a stress test. What are considered the safe ranges for Vcore and uncore?

I'm not the guy to be asking, I'm just starting with Haswell like you. I would suggest reading the first post and asking darkwizzie to lend you advice on specific questions.

Another useful thread is here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1401976/the-gigabyte-z87-haswell-overclocking-oc-guide

It's gigabyte sponsored and lists maximum voltages.
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The new x264 download is giving me an error when I try to extract it with 7-zip. Says it can not open it as an archive.
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