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I hate all of you. >.> I've got a 4670k that's stable at 4.5 with 1.29 vcore, 1.19 uncore at 42x, and 1.9 vccin. Don't get me wrong, I'm very happy that I've hit 4.5, but there is the need inside me to push further...

I've still got a lot of tweaking to do, but this is what I've got that is stable so far.

It's a slippery slope, the need to push farther will lead to custom water loops & phase change coolers, & eventually you'll be on pot tongue.gif
    
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It's a slippery slope, the need to push farther will lead to custom water loops & phase change coolers, & eventually you'll be on pot tongue.gif

I'll be switching to a custom loop at some point in the near future. I've gotta get the classy's I'm picking up next week under water!
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That's an unbelievable overclock dude! Congrats!! Very very lucky. I'm not so lucky with my 4770k. It is 100% stable @ 4.2Ghz 1.20v

 

Do you know what batch number your chip is? I have read many times over that there are certain batches of Haswell that overclock far better. Mine is L311B516 and sucks at overclocking.

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That's an unbelievable overclock dude! Congrats!! Very very lucky. I'm not so lucky with my 4770k. It is 100% stable @ 4.2Ghz 1.20v

Do you know what batch number your chip is? I have read many times over that there are certain batches of Haswell that overclock far better. Mine is L311B516 and sucks at overclocking.

Hmm, my chip is also batch 311 and it's doing 4.5 @ 1.23v and 4.0 uncore @ 1.05v stable. Haven't had a chance to test much but I think vcore can go even lower.
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post #35 of 37
That sir is a very lucky chip. I would personally lower it because I keep my rigs for a long time, but that's up to you. Good luck with your god chip!
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Hmm, my chip is also batch 311 and it's doing 4.5 @ 1.23v and 4.0 uncore @ 1.05v stable. Haven't had a chance to test much but I think vcore can go even lower.

 

I had mine stable @ 4.5 but @ 1.35v, with an uncore of 4.3 but I couldn't for the life of me get it to 4.6. It would boot, start to load windows and freeze. I tried pushing everything up to 1.4v adaptive and manual VID but to no avail :-( My 4770k falls into the 70% of haswell owners. I just didn't get a great chip.

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I just had everything set up for the vice method.
I "punched" it a few times with hammer and piece of wood and i did not make a move...
Very frustrating. i started to get even more nervous and stopped it.
Respect to all guys that did this. biggrin.gif

You're supposed to smack it with force dude, twice or maybe three hits will loosen it.
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