Originally Posted by Darkwizzie
I run the Haswell Overclocking Thread. I list all successful overclocks posted by members and I include batch number. You might want to check that out. If you got a final overclock, please head over there (or pm me) and post your overclock.http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread
I haven't seen a spreadsheet in that thread listing successful overclock with other relevant information. If there is one, it needs to be moved to the first post.
Originally Posted by MxPhenom 216
And now you will begin to degrade your chip.........
And now you will begin to spread misinformation. This is wrong.
Originally Posted by midniteboss
lmao I know people who have been running Ivy at 1.47 and they are fine. These processors are made to withstand voltages as high as 1.7.
These processors are not "made" to withstand anywhere near 1.7v anything over 1.4 is risky, and 1.5 is almost guaranteed death. Don't include subzero voltages as being part of the "designed to run" voltages. Also, this is about Haswell, not Sandy or Ivy. The voltages are not comparable. My '76 Carrera RS should be able to handle 9k RPM like the new 991 911 GT3 because they're both made by Porsche and are based on similar foundations, right? People have got to quit treating these 3 generations so similarly, its not how this works.
Originally Posted by james8
still it's a surprise that intel would put such horrible chips as K-version. I thought they bin the best for K hence the price premium but guess not
Horrible chips? You're clearly lost. First, they're all designed to run at stock settings, anything beyond that is not guaranteed under any circumstance. You are guaranteed a specification and that's what you paid for. People have got to stop feeling entitled to "5.0Ghz or this chip sux, screw Intel". Also, IPC efficiency is the hidden boost in all recent processor architectures, not the raw MHz.
In topic, are you saying all, or even most, no...even 25% of L310's should get similar results to mine? Not happening.