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Yea, go up 0.01
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Ok will try raise and see if its goes away. It seems otherwise quite stable normal usage so i guess some games need more juice.
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But x264 is recommended by everyone who has gone through the paces including the OP. To me, it's better to see real world temps and keeping the voltages down to what they need to be stable for and not what prime needs to be stable with.
well yeah of course x264 is better especially temp wise because the prime95 just tries to toast the cpu. I was never implying that prime95 was better, unless thats what you thought i said?
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I have passed 60x custom loop x264 at 44x with 1.32vcore and played a few hours BF3 MP at 1.325 vcore which i raised some just in case. However i got a BSOD "124" yesterday when playing so cleary BF3 needs more voltage than x264 it seems. Should i try 1.335-34 perhaps ? also i have updated now my bios to F8 if its more stable.

Same, well, BF4.

The advantage I can see for testing w/ P95/x264/etc is that you're not enjoying yourself playing a game. So if it crashes, no big deal. But if you're having a great round and playing w/ some friends...and BSOD. Well, poop.
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So I finally over clocked to see what I could get out of my 4770k. I've yet to stress test, I've got it set to 45 core clock, ring 39, core volt 1.2, set core voltage mode to override, enabled C-state, C7, temps 59 max 34.6 to 40.6 average while gaming (two worlds 2), vccin 1.782 average, seems stable but not real major stress test, did a pass with x264 but not continuous loop.
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Same, well, BF4.

The advantage I can see for testing w/ P95/x264/etc is that you're not enjoying yourself playing a game. So if it crashes, no big deal. But if you're having a great round and playing w/ some friends...and BSOD. Well, poop.


Yeah it can ruin alot but i have been experience more "you have been disconnected to EA" etc.. which is very annoying aswell when u have great score , too often actually. But i have raised now my vcore and hopefully it will be for the better with no BSOD atleast.
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Good point. I've been dabbling w/

1. Overclocking my CPU.
2. Overclocking my memory.
3. Overclocking my GPU.

And it has been HELL as BF4 likes to crash for giggles.
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i downloaded x264 but after i did the install, i didnt see the program, is there another way to start the test ?
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Hi!

Sorry for my english (i'm french and i try to learn it).
I bought a new computer one week ago, and i try to overclock my i5 4670k watercooled by an Antec Kühler h2o 620 v4 on a Gigabyte Z87X-D3H motherboard.
At the moment i reached 4,3ghz stable (1h15 on AIDA64) with this bios setup :

1.300V Vcore
1.800V Vrin
1.15V Ring voltage
CPU Vrin Loadline calibration : extreme
PWM Phase Control : eXm perf
PCH Core : Auto
PCH IO : Auto
XMP enabled (1.65v , 1600mhz)

After 1h15 burn on AIDA64 :



http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2014/06/1391726181-overclock.jpg

Well, it's my first overclock, and moreover my first gaming computer so i have many questions, it could be so nice if someone can help me and give me advices.
So...I have some questions :

- I understood 4,3ghz @1.3V vcore is very bad (i felt on a bad quality CPU and i'm unlucky or my setup is bad ?)
- I would like to reach 4,4ghz with maximum 1,3V Vcore, is it possible with changing my setup ? What do i need to change ?
- After 1h15 burn on AIDA64, my CPU reached 81°, is it dangerous ? What temperature is dangerous to reach on i5 haswell ?
- Do i have to prefer OCCT 4.4.0 or another stress testing soft than AIDA64 to be sure my oc is ok ?
- I got the F7 version BIOS do i need to update to the F8 version ?

I'm sorry for all these questions, in bad english moreover... but i'm a newbie in overclocking and i don't want to make it bad.

Thanks a lot !
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i downloaded x264 but after i did the install, i didnt see the program, is there another way to start the test ?

Should be a batch file named "x264_Stability_Test" Click the batch.
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