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I see people scoring less than me on cinebench (because of RAM and uncore) so at average 4.3 vs my 4.7, there's like a 12% gap which is significant enough for me to bother with stuff

can throw money at GPU to improve performance, for singlethreaded performance on CPU you either tweak or buy lots of lottery tickets (cpu's) if you want any kind of improvements

Well i don't really see a reason to upgrade my GPU yet, or for a while since i max every game i've tried so far and if i really notice any slow-ness anywhere i'll just clock the cpu a little higher and same with the gpu so i guess i'm satisfied with this relatively "small overclock".

Ram makes a big difference on Cinebench i noticed from using XMP to manual settings it differences almost up to .50 in score
My current is 9.64 with 4300 / 4100 - 1600 9 9 9 27

I only peak 87C with IBT (:

What limits me from going much higher on the cpu isn't the heat but the voltages and instability caused by my memory.
post #12 of 18
9.64 is really high for 4.3, you sure you got that? I've not seen anyone else break 10.0 at 4.5 (most are around like 9.7-9.9) and if you scale your 9.64 by the difference in clockspeed you'd get 10.09 at 4.5ghz which is too high, i don't think that's doable
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9.64 is really high for 4.3, you sure you got that? I've not seen anyone else break 10.0 at 4.5 (most are around like 9.7-9.9) and if you scale your 9.64 by the difference in clockspeed you'd get 10.09 at 4.5ghz which is too high, i don't think that's doable

I don't know..

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I've got a bunch of scores like my 10.45 from 4.7 in cine, hit the run button and see what you get then post thumb.gif

Also: 1.328 core voltage? That's really high, how did you set other settings if you can't get past 4.3? Most people don't use that much voltage on haswell
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I've got a bunch of scores like my 10.45 from 4.7 in cine, hit the run button and see what you get then post thumb.gif

Also: 1.328 core voltage? That's really high, how did you set other settings if you can't get past 4.3? Most people don't use that much voltage on haswell

I think my batch is just poor, but i'm able to boot and pass IBT with 4.4 as well but it's not stable after a couple of hours so i just lowered the multiplier because i'm so fed up with it.

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Did you manually set VRIN + VRIN LLC, ring voltage and uncore multiplier etc?

9.63 @4308mhz is a great score too
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Did you manually set VRIN + VRIN LLC, ring voltage and uncore multiplier etc?

9.63 @4308mhz is a great score too

Yes tried lot of combinations, however i'm sure by changing and all that i could lower it but honestly haswell has been such a horror to overclock for me i won't touch anything now unless i have to, and i was told by people at rog forums that sabertooth is meant for endurance and stabilty and is not quite so easy on voltages and things as other boards thats why they didn't make any 4 way optimization tool for this board
Edited by Hyolyn - 9/23/13 at 10:30am
post #18 of 18
This is my 4.4 profile with uncore at 44 and 1866 @ 10-11-10-30-2t


Same clock with 1866 @ 9-10-9-27-1t gives a score of 9.73, so yours 4.3 is pretty good.
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