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Looks like I got pretty decent 4670K. I'm stable after overnight stress test (AIDA64) @ 4.5 GHz 1.21V. Temps were 72-78C max of each core using Hyper 212 EVO (taken from Real Temp).



prime95 (v27.9 build 1) shoots my temps off the roof tho, does anybody else have this?

Of course, almost nobody reccomends using Prime. I just experimented a bit with fft lengh 1344 on 27.9, small fft/blend is ridiculous
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Of course, almost nobody reccomends using Prime. I just experimented a bit with fft lengh 1344 on 27.9, small fft/blend is ridiculous

Good to know, I too thought it was insane to get mid 90's in p95 whereas running GW2 which bring the usage to 95-100% constantly stays at ~60C.
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Hi again guys,

how should I get x264 bench to work? Downloaded it, installed AviSynth 2.5.8 and it still babbles about installing AviSynth first and redirecting me to the webpage when trying to run the test, pfffft. Running app as a admin + tried to DL version which should be working even without this step. Thanks.
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I thought it was repackaged to be easier?
Is there still a 'test' folder created in the x264 bench folder? You need to follow the instructions listed in the text files - it's about three things you need to do manually (copying files, regedit, and something else I don't remember right now haha).

After that, you need to put this folder where it's easy for you to remember. This is why I recommended renaming it to just "HD Bench" and relocating the folder right off your boot drive, e.g. C:\HD bench. Then, running an elevated Command prompt, you change directory to the HD Bench folder and then run the looped bat file via the Command Prompt.

You cannot simply click the bat file, as that will not work.
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Hi,
yeah, test folder is there. reg file of avi synth as well. Tried the bat file but also the 64bit exe, so maybe I miss the step with command line?
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Okay so, I thought I should go about getting the most out of my OC after fiddling around with my settings over the course of Christmas. (Been away for Work, yay..)

I set multiplier to x45 and ring bus to auto with XMP enabled (1333Mhz -> 1600Mhz) but the core voltage needed to be set to 1.3. I could probably have set it lower than that, mainly because I was running Adaptive mode while "testing" with Prime95... And an old model at that. (Don't hate! This is new to me.)

Anyway, I haven't been experiencing any BSODs or issues at all with 45:45 (1:1) @ 1.3v with XMP enabled, I'm not sure how good or effective that is. Take into consideration that my build is being used for gaming (BF4, WoW, Skyrim, FFXIV:ARR, ..)

What I'm thinking about doing is resetting my settings back to stock and work my way up from there as this is all still pretty confusing to me, overclocking that is. (The terminology and what some of the settings do mostly.)

Temps have never gone above 55c while running most games on that setup. What do you guys think?
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mainly because I was running Adaptive mode while "testing" with Prime95

You're literally in danger of killing CPU by doing such - i also disagree with 45x uncore using auto voltage, as it might be using way way too much there, and also 46/40 is almost certainly stronger than 45/45 in everything that you use the CPU for - and maybe also achievable with like 1.35/1.2v instead of ~1.3/1.35v
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You're literally in danger of killing CPU by doing such - i also disagree with 45x uncore using auto voltage, as it might be using way way too much there, and also 46/40 is almost certainly stronger than 45/45 in everything that you use the CPU for - and maybe also achievable with like 1.35/1.2v instead of ~1.3/1.35v

Yeah. That's what I was afraid of. Luckily my PC has only been on for a few days total since I got my new build.
Right now I've reverted to default and managed to get 45/35 at 1.29v seemingly ok? (Completing RealBench benchmark without BSODing) temps hit the highest of 71c on one core with the rest hovering 67-69c.

So I might be looking at testing with a few more soft wares while upping the uncore and adjust the voltages. Still need to re-read the first page a few times and make adjustments I think.
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just a side question if i want to get my uncore to 38x multiplier would i need to up the uncore voltage or just leave it at default?
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just a side question if i want to get my uncore to 38x multiplier would i need to up the uncore voltage or just leave it at default?

uncore will boost to 3.8 when on default settings.
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