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post #311 of 2744
Haha, yeah, I feel like a bit of a nub, but at least I didn't have to go through RMA for the board or selling and buying new RAM!! So what if my new Haswell wants to melt my face off, Windows feels snappier! thumb.gif

Thanks for the link. I know I shouldn't, but I'm going to try the auto overclocking feature first...cause I'm lazy. biggrin.gif
post #312 of 2744
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cause I'm lazy. biggrin.gif

That, you already said! LOL.

Anyway, be lazy all you want devil.gif, watch your temps and voltages...I also tried the auto overclocking, and sadly (but it's almost always the case), the AUTO-OC voltage is too high for the achieved clocks...

I run a simple 4.4GHz, 1.26V MANUAL mode, Cache set to 3.9GHz AUTO VOLT on that, set my ram at appropriate speed/volts, everything else on AUTO, exept speedstep....I keep my CPU locked-in at 4.4GHz at all time....

It's stable in Intel XTU, 65 degrees celsius MAX temp, also stable in Battlefield 3 MP...

Of course, I don't qualify in this topic for OC, because the testing has to include this::

The following benchmarking tests must be used in order to ensure the overclock is stable:

Prime 95 - small FFT test - 6 hours min.
Prime 95 - large FFT test - 6 hours min.
Prime 95 - blend test - 6 hours min.
Intel Burn Test (IBT) - 10 cycles min.

I didn't do it because I'M LAZY!!!!!! thumb.gif
post #313 of 2744
doh.gif

Q: Does anybody else uses AI Suite 3 Fan Control with own fan profiles?
So should I set the Chassis Q-fan control in Monitor/ Fan Speed Control (BIOS) to disabled or to enabled and Profile to Advanced?

A: set it in the BIOS to disabled. AI Suite 3 will 'take over' if a custom Fan Profile is applied

neveryoumindme
Edited by SortOfGrim - 9/10/13 at 6:03am
post #314 of 2744
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Originally Posted by delavan View Post

Quote:
cause I'm lazy. biggrin.gif

That, you already said! LOL.

Anyway, be lazy all you want devil.gif, watch your temps and voltages...I also tried the auto overclocking, and sadly (but it's almost always the case), the AUTO-OC voltage is too high for the achieved clocks...

I run a simple 4.4GHz, 1.26V MANUAL mode, Cache set to 3.9GHz AUTO VOLT on that, set my ram at appropriate speed/volts, everything else on AUTO, exept speedstep....I keep my CPU locked-in at 4.4GHz at all time....

It's stable in Intel XTU, 65 degrees celsius MAX temp, also stable in Battlefield 3 MP...

Of course, I don't qualify in this topic for OC, because the testing has to include this::

The following benchmarking tests must be used in order to ensure the overclock is stable:

Prime 95 - small FFT test - 6 hours min.
Prime 95 - large FFT test - 6 hours min.
Prime 95 - blend test - 6 hours min.
Intel Burn Test (IBT) - 10 cycles min.

I didn't do it because I'M LAZY!!!!!! thumb.gif

Well 4.4Ghz auto cpu level up got me 124 bsod, but 4.2ghz worked, after I had to unplug/replug my mouse. biggrin.gif

It got up to 80C in AIDA64, but the voltage was still 1.264. I'll have to read up on how to manually clock this. I would be thrilled w/ 4.4!
post #315 of 2744
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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

Well 4.4Ghz auto cpu level up got me 124 bsod, but 4.2ghz worked, after I had to unplug/replug my mouse. biggrin.gif

It got up to 80C in AIDA64, but the voltage was still 1.264. I'll have to read up on how to manually clock this. I would be thrilled w/ 4.4!

If your at 80C with AIDA64. You'll probably hit 90C with Prime95 and with IBT (Intel Burn Test)....
post #316 of 2744
And what's the max temp for the i5 4670K?
post #317 of 2744
100C will throttle your CPU, extended periods at this temp will shutdown and/or damage the CPU, I'd put a safe number under 80C if you want your CPU to last longer than a year.....
post #318 of 2744
Strange bug here, hopefully somebody seen this and knows what's going on.

Once in while, when I shut down, the system shuts down the video output, but stays on.
So all fans stay on...monitor states NO DVI INPUT.

It happened 2 or 3 times only. When that happens, I press reset and windows pops up...

Any ideas?
Edited by delavan - 9/10/13 at 7:34pm
post #319 of 2744
Something has happened and "Listen" mode for my microphone w/ onboard sound is stuck on, I have no idea how to turn it off.... anyone else having this issue?
post #320 of 2744
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Originally Posted by delavan View Post

Strange bug here, hopefully somebody seen this and knows what's going on.

Once in while, when I shut down, the system shuts down the video output, but stays on.
So all fans stay on...monitor states NO DVI INPUT.

It happened 2 or 3 times only. When that happens, I press reset and windows pops up...

Any ideas?

Try reflashing the bios via the UEFI to 0711, I did and that issue went away for me.
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