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post #822 of 1417
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Originally Posted by Xerxies12 View Post

Hello everyone!

I'm sure the following information request, has been asked, and answered; probably multiple times, but unfortunately I'm operating under some restrictive time constraints and I didn't have the time to read every post in this, or other threads, so....

Could someone either describe to me, or direct me too an existing post, for a 24/7 good, reliable, conservative, say, 4.2 Ghz OC for the i7 4930K?

My current GPU-Z and rig description are in my signature.

What I'm looking for is a 24/7 OC that will not cause my rig to catch fire, and die. devil.gif

Seriously though; if 4.2 Ghz is an unreasonable 24/7 OC then tell me what would be reasonable please. I do not want to damage the chip, as I just built this rig, and I won't be able to afford a replacement for some time.

I would like to add/note, that I'm currently, running 8 X 4GB Kingston Beast 2400 MHz DIMM's for a total of 32GB memory. I'm running said memory in the 2133 XMP profile. The clocks are set at the following:




As I understand it, I'll have to manually enter my memory timings when I OC the CPU, as XMP on the RIVE BE is not compatible for OCing. Is this true, or am I just doing it wrong?

Anyway, thank you for taking the time to read my post, and for your patience in dealing with my sorry noob butt! I do have a basic understanding of the principles involved in OCing, but I would appreciate it if any responses are dumbed down, so even an idiot like me can understand. drool.gif

4,2 ? You are Flying too down mate.
I think you can easly reach 4,5 being completlly "safe".

I'm benching atm on my main, but later ill post my bios setting for daily use.. it can manybe help.

Anyway just rember: till you are under 1,4v as vcore and 70c as temperature you are fine.
post #823 of 1417
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Originally Posted by 4lek View Post

4,2 ? You are Flying too down mate.
I think you can easly reach 4,5 being completlly "safe

Please don't post comments that are incorrect, 4.5Ghz cannot be 'easily reached being completely safe' for all I74930K's...
post #824 of 1417
Statistics say less than 12% of 4930k can't reach 4,5 staying in 1,4 vcore.

So yes, if you weren't very unlucky you should reach 4,5 being safe.
post #825 of 1417
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Originally Posted by 4lek View Post

Statistics say less than 12% of 4930k can't reach 4,5 staying in 1,4 vcore.

So yes, if you weren't very unlucky you should reach 4,5 being safe.

1 out of 8 person's? I don't find that 'very unlucky'... (BTW, I was 1 of them)

Plus, the guy is asking for a conservative OC and 4.5Ghz is not 'conservative'. Even @1.35V there will be degradation, let alone 1.4V rolleyes.gif
post #826 of 1417
Unless he is planning to bequeath this cpu to his heirs, i wouldn't worry about 1,4v too.
And up to 1,35 is absolutely safe. [Course with decent temperatures..]

That being said, these are my bios settings for daily use:

Extreme Tweak





E.T.\Digi+ Power Control



Advanced\CPU Config \ CPU Power Managment




I'm stable this way with a 1.28~1.312 full load vcore.


Hope it can help you Xerxies. Have fun.
Edited by 4lek - 4/17/14 at 10:59am
post #827 of 1417
There are definitely quiet a few that can't reach 4.5 without stupid volts. Thankfully mine isn't one of them smile.gif

Currently testing 4.5 @ 0.010+ offset (1.24v)

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1 out of 8 person's? I don't find that 'very unlucky'... (BTW, I was 1 of them)

Plus, the guy is asking for a conservative OC and 4.5Ghz is not 'conservative'. Even @1.35V there will be degradation, let alone 1.4V rolleyes.gif

This was posted by Raja in the ROG forums for IV-E.

"In my binning of 45 samples, 2% of CPUs will do 4.8GHz at 1.40V. 20% will do 4.7GHz. Almost 48% will do 4.6GHz at 1.40V. 28% will do 4.5GHz at 1.40V. 2% will do only 4.4GHz at 1.40V. The average frequency is therefore 4.6GHz on a reasonable CPU sample. Not a massive sample size, but I think it gives us a realistic indication of what to expect from retail processors."

How do you know there will be degradation @ 1.35v? Has that been proven somewhere? I'm not challenging you, just simply curios...
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This was posted by Raja in the ROG forums for IV-E.

"In my binning of 45 samples, 2% of CPUs will do 4.8GHz at 1.40V. 20% will do 4.7GHz. Almost 48% will do 4.6GHz at 1.40V. 28% will do 4.5GHz at 1.40V. 2% will do only 4.4GHz at 1.40V. The average frequency is therefore 4.6GHz on a reasonable CPU sample. Not a massive sample size, but I think it gives us a realistic indication of what to expect from retail processors."

How do you know there will be degradation @ 1.35v? Has that been proven somewhere? I'm not challenging you, just simply curios...

Thx, I know the numbers, I had one that hated 4.5Ghz mad.gif For 4.45Ghz it needed 1.4V....

My new chip does 4.6Ghz @1.4V so I'm happy now smile.gif

This is what I found from Anandtech about CPU degradation...

CPULifespand.jpg 102k .jpg file
Edited by Mercy4You - 4/17/14 at 12:31pm
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Originally Posted by Mercy4You View Post

Thx, I know the numbers, I had one that hated 4.5Ghz mad.gif For 4.45Ghz it needed 1.4V....

My new chip does 4.6Ghz @1.4V so I'm happy now smile.gif

Are you guys ready for the truth about CPU degradation?

CPULifespand.jpg 102k .jpg file

(with credits to Anandtech)

I understand that, I was curious if you had something with numbers, actual voltages for the 4930K
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