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Mine cpu suddenly has become stable at 4.6 GHz, what happened i dont know.

I had to use 1.49V for 4.6 before, now i can do it with 1.45V, what happened is mistery.
Edited by sena - 3/9/14 at 12:53pm
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As I have posted in the past I pretty much got a dud chip, or speaking more nicely about, not a high overclocking example. Also I am using an Asus P9X79 just the standard basic issue, so can kind of expect not to be pushing it any higher.
Basically 4.4GHz is not stable at all, and pushing 4.25GHz it even to close to 4.4GHz to remain stable for any length of time.

Although I remembered back in the old days there was no LLC adjustments, and vdroop was actual there to serve a purpose. I set the LLC just to 0% and let the CPU droop like crazy, with a slight higher BIOS set vcore, and doing this is the magic for the setup.
Finally after just over a month my CPU is about as stable as it ever been. It certainly does not overclock any higher, which I am not expecting, but my dialled in speed is sitting pretty.
Wish I had seen this sooner, I did not realise that Asus standard setting auto, was actually turning off vdroop by default.

Might sound odd to some of those, but if you have a temperamental processor with stability issues, try bumping up your vcore and enable real vdroop.

btw. I do have another board with a i5-760 that actual benefits the other way around with vdroop off, and a high level of LLC, so everyone to their own.
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Can anyone tell me what a stock clocked with turbo enabled 4930k should be getting in firestrike for the physics score?
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Can anyone tell me what a stock clocked with turbo enabled 4930k should be getting in firestrike for the physics score?
around 12K points.
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around 12K points.

Okay thank you man! So I guess I'm in great shape if I'm getting 14.8k @ 3.9ghz...tongue.gif
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Okay thank you man! So I guess I'm in great shape if I'm getting 14.8k @ 3.9ghz...tongue.gif

Yeah, that's a good score. What's your memory set to?
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Yeah, that's a good score. What's your memory set to?

it's 9-11-11-30-1t @ 2400mhz


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Wow I'm learning by leaps and bounds thanks to you folks. I can get 4.8 stable most of the time using the 4960x on the ROG IV Black,

but I take my 3960 and put it in there and I can't it past 4.7 when it does 5 no problem in the Sabretooth.

I did manage to get my vcore down about 500mv. on the 3960x. Maybe it was a preset that was holding me up. Did it manually this time.

The 3960x runs 5 @ 1.45 volts and I'm working on lowering it a bit more.( Sabretooth )

The 4960 I'll work on after I get some decent sli and single card scores. Maybe when this is over I'll try the skyn3t bios on 1 card.

To c 1.5 volts come up as a preset voltage for 4.7 Ghz.on the air cooled gamer's oc is making sure there

are no cobwebs anywhere I guess.

When I get to plat with that a bit more I'll probably get it down a fair bit I hope. Also to c a voltage of 1.488

when I've set it to 1.47 is a little

too hard to get a proper handle on the voltages. 18mv difference is terrible imho. If I set 1.47 I can c 1.4725

or even 1.475 but definitely not 1.488!

I'll keep working at it and thanks again to everyone, especially Jpmboy who sent me to a decent tutoring site.

I believe the Asus techs r pretty helpful that way as well.


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Edited by fishingfanatic - 3/19/14 at 7:42am
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Nice chips you have there ^^^ biggrin.gif
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Wow I'm learning by leaps and bounds thanks to you folks. I can get 4.8 stable most of the time using the 4960x on the ROG IV Black,

but I take my 3960 and put it in there and I can't it past 4.7 when it does 5 no problem in the Sabretooth.

I did manage to get my vcore down about 500mv. on the 3960x. Maybe it was a preset that was holding me up. Did it manually this time.

The 3960x runs 5 @ 1.45 volts and I'm working on lowering it a bit more.( Sabretooth )

The 4960 I'll work on after I get some decent sli and single card scores. Maybe when this is over I'll try the skyn3t bios on 1 card.

To c 1.5 volts come up as a preset voltage for 4.7 Ghz.on the air cooled gamer's oc is making sure there

are no cobwebs anywhere I guess.

When I get to plat with that a bit more I'll probably get it down a fair bit I hope. Also to c a voltage of 1.488

when I've set it to 1.47 is a little

too hard to get a proper handle on the voltages. 18mv difference is terrible imho. If I set 1.47 I can c 1.4725

or even 1.475 but definitely not 1.488!

I'll keep working at it and thanks again to everyone, especially Jpmboy who sent me to a decent tutoring site.

I believe the Asus techs r pretty helpful that way as well.


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I would suggest you read up on V Droop and LLC. It will be the rare case where you are drawing exactly what voltage setting you designate in bios.
    
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