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post #11 of 1421
My System:

CPU: 4930k
MB: Gigabyte ga x79 UP4
Air Cooling: Noctua nh d14 + Fractal Design Arc midi2 case
freq: 4.2 Ghz
Volts: 1.4V (no Offset) with a little Increase in PLL and VCCSA, no Memory-OC. Load Calibration is at "Turbo" (80%)
Temperature are max 78°C under IntelBurnTest and ~ 40°C on idle.

Iam not able to run my 4930k at 4.2Ghz under 1.4V
No POST whenever i go over 4.3GHZ (i tried only up to 1.45 Vcore)

My CPU doesnt seem to be a good one.
post #12 of 1421
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Originally Posted by iPDrop View Post

Just installed my 4930k today on an EVGA x79 Dark. Took the multiplier to x47 and the VCore to 1.5V. Enabled PLL Overvoltage and changed the PLL voltage to 1.6 and the VCore VDroop to "Intel SPEC" which means 100%

I get blue screens. All of the BSOD codes, as i slowly increased the VCore, were 0x0124 except one was 0x0C2.

I got up to 1.55v on the Vcore and I was like okay I give up, lowered the multipler to x46 and put the VCore @ 1.42v... more 0x0124 blue screens... slowly increased VCore until I got back up to 1.5V and now its not crashing after a few minutes of LinX and P95.

So is this a really bad chip or is there something in the settings that I'm missing/doing incorrectly? 1.5V just for 4.6GHz? I'm going to be running 20 runs of LinX all afternoon to test this clock..

Well these settings are used as a starting settings for liquid nitrogen, after someone tested the CPU to know its engineering limits. Have you really started with these? And you still have your CPU?
post #13 of 1421
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4930k is a poor overclocker indeed. Oh well, I'm only waiting for an 8-core Haswell-E. Until then this is will do just fine tongue.gifbiggrin.gif

The funny thing is is that my 4930k @ stock clocks was putting out the same 3dm11 physics score as my 3770k was @ 4.9GHz
 
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post #14 of 1421
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4930k is a poor overclocker indeed. Oh well, I'm only waiting for an 8-core Haswell-E. Until then this is will do just fine tongue.gifbiggrin.gif

The funny thing is is that my 4930k @ stock clocks was putting out the same 3dm11 physics score as my 3770k was @ 4.9GHz

defenitely is a better CPU overrall man lol it cost twice as much... in the other hand... bro do some video recroding on youtube... learn how to setup the MSI afterburner to show the FP
and GPU usage please...

other than that... i envy u man... that a nice CPU!
post #15 of 1421
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The funny thing is is that my 4930k @ stock clocks was putting out the same 3dm11 physics score as my 3770k was @ 4.9GHz

It's native six core.
post #16 of 1421
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defenitely is a better CPU overrall man lol it cost twice as much... in the other hand... bro do some video recroding on youtube... learn how to setup the MSI afterburner to show the FP
and GPU usage please...

other than that... i envy u man... that a nice CPU!

Yeah I knew how to do it at one time but was a long time ago and I forgot.
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It's native six core.

Yes I'm well aware of the differences in the two CPU's, I was just putting it into perspective.

And thus, I finally got a *stable* clock on my 4930k @ 4.5GHz 1.4V I'll also run 14 hours of Prime95 over the weekend just to be sure.

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post #17 of 1421
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Just installed my 4930k today on an EVGA x79 Dark. Took the multiplier to x47 and the VCore to 1.5V. Enabled PLL Overvoltage and changed the PLL voltage to 1.6 and the VCore VDroop to "Intel SPEC" which means 100%

I get blue screens. All of the BSOD codes, as i slowly increased the VCore, were 0x0124 except one was 0x0C2.

I got up to 1.55v on the Vcore and I was like okay I give up, lowered the multipler to x46 and put the VCore @ 1.42v... more 0x0124 blue screens... slowly increased VCore until I got back up to 1.5V and now its not crashing after a few minutes of LinX and P95.

So is this a really bad chip or is there something in the settings that I'm missing/doing incorrectly? 1.5V just for 4.6GHz? I'm going to be running 20 runs of LinX all afternoon to test this clock..

Maybe you just have too high expectations?
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post #18 of 1421
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4930k is a poor overclocker indeed. Oh well, I'm only waiting for an 8-core Haswell-E. Until then this is will do just fine tongue.gifbiggrin.gif

The funny thing is is that my 4930k @ stock clocks was putting out the same 3dm11 physics score as my 3770k was @ 4.9GHz

I noticed the exact same thing when going from 3770k to 3930k.

after installing the 4930k, I can't run 3dmark anymore. I get a gui failed to run error.
post #19 of 1421
If you can crank at 4.5 GHz at 1.4v, I'd say you got a decent 4930K. I certainly wouldn't run it higher than 1.4, and if it were MY chip I wouldn't exceed 1.35v. The smaller the junctions, the lower the voltage it takes to end up with electron migration, and that's always bad. With 22nm cores, I wouldn't be surprised to see long-term damage at 1.4v begin to settle in after a matter of weeks. Still too new to say for sure, but you're a Week 1 buyer and we need somebody to do the risky experimentation for us. =)

Gratz on the 4.5 ant 4930K!

Greg
post #20 of 1421
I'm getting 4.2 with 1.38V @ 65C

Will keep pushing tomorrow. I don't have the best OC board, but until the RIVE BE cones out, this will do. My cooler is also temporary until my loop is completed.
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