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There's a good guide for for z77 that translates pretty well to x79. http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards. This is Ivy-E afterall. Voltages may bit a bit higher than the guide describes. We are dealng with 6 cores instead of 4 for Ivy-E.

Thank you, have read the article in depth, amazing recommendation. However, with XMP on, my CPU VCORE Voltage is set to offset mode + (auto) Should I change it to a static voltage amount or continue to run via offset?
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So, I got the 4.5 and also got it to complete a cinebench test. Looks like the volts are hovering around 1.456 pretty steadily on auto. Is this too high or dangerous? Sorry for the image size, I tried to crop the image and it screwed the image up every time.

EDIT -- on Prime 95 the Core Voltage (according to CPU-Z & HW Monitor) fluctuates between 1.472 &1.48 while doing Blend testing. Is this a sign of a bad chip?

Thanks

Those volts, OUCH...hope that you have that Tuning Plan..my chip isn't great, but, it needs 1.360 for my 4.545 mhz at full load.....
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In which case, do you think I've done irreversible damage and should RMA the chip?

Try something simple like this to get started ... before you kill that cpu!

also: http://www.overclock.net/t/1439469/ivy-bridge-e-owners-club/1070#post_22006718

enter your ram timings manually. no XMP.
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Try something simple like this to get started ... before you kill that cpu!

also: http://www.overclock.net/t/1439469/ivy-bridge-e-owners-club/1070#post_22006718

enter your ram timings manually. no XMP.

Thanks JPM,

Well, I was able to set the vcore manually. I'm very confused if I should be running offset voltage or not. I heard that Ivy-e doesnt like static voltage and that utilizing offset can provide stability. Last night, I was able to set the vcore voltage in the bios manually. I noticed that the voltage actually reads higher in CPU-Z than what I enter in the bios (usually about .011v more) so for it to hit 1.4 I had to set the vcore to 1.39 (1.38 was actually reading under 1.38 and more around 1.36) I can't seem to figure out why its so wonky.. This is my second attempt at overclocking so I'm fairly new to this (920 C0/c1 chip before this, which are notorious pains in the ass)
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Thanks JPM,

Well, I was able to set the vcore manually. I'm very confused if I should be running offset voltage or not. I heard that Ivy-e doesnt like static voltage and that utilizing offset can provide stability. Last night, I was able to set the vcore voltage in the bios manually. I noticed that the voltage actually reads higher in CPU-Z than what I enter in the bios (usually about .011v more) so for it to hit 1.4 I had to set the vcore to 1.39 (1.38 was actually reading under 1.38 and more around 1.36) I can't seem to figure out why its so wonky.. This is my second attempt at overclocking so I'm fairly new to this (920 C0/c1 chip before this, which are notorious pains in the ass)

You can save what ever settings you have to a bios slot and start working on a fresh OC. What multiplier are you using that needs 1.4V?? Remember, the INtel spec on this chip is 1.4V as max, not for 24/7 use. I suggest you first work a stable OC in the 1.3V or lower range until you get familiar with the board, bios and your CPU.

So, start with the procedure I linked you to and take it stepwise, determine what that CPU is comfortable with (probably 44-46 range) and go from there. Jumping you chip up to 1.4+V on it's first date will usually not end up a long-term relationship. wink.gif

whether you choose to use offset or fixed vcore, start low and slowly tune/test. Both methods work fine. I prefer offset/turbo/speedstep...
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You can save what ever settings you have to a bios slot and start working on a fresh OC. What multiplier are you using that needs 1.4V?? Remember, the INtel spec on this chip is 1.4V as max, not for 24/7 use. I suggest you first work a stable OC in the 1.3V or lower range until you get familiar with the board, bios and your CPU.

So, start with the procedure I linked you to and take it stepwise, determine what that CPU is comfortable with (probably 44-46 range) and go from there. Jumping you chip up to 1.4+V on it's first date will usually not end up a long-term relationship. wink.gif

whether you choose to use offset or fixed vcore, start low and slowly tune/test. Both methods work fine. I prefer offset/turbo/speedstep...

I've used anywhere from 43-45, right now its on 45x100 for 4500

If the volts are too high can it cause a stability test to crash? I've been following all of the ivy bridge/ivy bridge e guides and ASUS guides..


I'll ask again, do you guys think I may have damaged the CPU by overvolting it?
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You can save what ever settings you have to a bios slot and start working on a fresh OC. What multiplier are you using that needs 1.4V?? Remember, the INtel spec on this chip is 1.4V as max, not for 24/7 use. I suggest you first work a stable OC in the 1.3V or lower range until you get familiar with the board, bios and your CPU.

So, start with the procedure I linked you to and take it stepwise, determine what that CPU is comfortable with (probably 44-46 range) and go from there. Jumping you chip up to 1.4+V on it's first date will usually not end up a long-term relationship. wink.gif

whether you choose to use offset or fixed vcore, start low and slowly tune/test. Both methods work fine. I prefer offset/turbo/speedstep...

Are you suggesting that initially I try to find a stable overclock around 1.3 (is that 1.30 or 1.3x?) at a lower mulitplier and try working my way up? Either way, its starting to sound like 4.5 is not happening, right? In otherwords, its a low grade 4930k, right? I feel like I keep asking questions that never get addressed or answered and I'm not sure if its because no one knows or they don't feel like answering or perhaps they arent applicable but they quite literally never get mentioned and it leaves me with more questions than answers. I am very thankful for your guys help and expertise; this is just very frustrating stuff. I'm trying to determine whether or not I should RMA my chip so I can have my replacement by Saturday.
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Are you suggesting that initially I try to find a stable overclock around 1.3 (is that 1.30 or 1.3x?) at a lower mulitplier and try working my way up? Either way, its starting to sound like 4.5 is not happening, right? In otherwords, its a low grade 4930k, right? I feel like I keep asking questions that never get addressed or answered and I'm not sure if its because no one knows or they don't feel like answering or perhaps they arent applicable but they quite literally never get mentioned and it leaves me with more questions than answers. I am very thankful for your guys help and expertise; this is just very frustrating stuff. I'm trying to determine whether or not I should RMA my chip so I can have my replacement by Saturday.

Uh, 1.3Volts, not 1.3x multiplier. Assuming you know what you are doing, if that chip needs 1.4V for 4.5GHz, yes, RMA it. My point is not that. I'm saying you are using WAAAY too high voltage for the frequency you are running. Did you read and follow the instructions I posted in that link? I suggest that if you get a new chip, do not immediately electrocute it. GO SLOW with increses in vcore. And, yes Ivy bridge_E will be unstable with too high voltage. (are you getting 124 bsods?)
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Uh, 1.3Volts, not 1.3x multiplier. Assuming you know what you are doing, if that chip needs 1.4V for 4.5GHz, yes, RMA it. My point is not that. I'm saying you are using WAAAY too high voltage for the frequency you are running. Did you read and follow the instructions I posted in that link? I suggest that if you get a new chip, do not immediately electrocute it. GO SLOW with increses in vcore. And, yes Ivy bridge_E will be unstable with too high voltage. (are you getting 124 bsods?)

Yes, I read the guides. I am not saying 1.3x multiplier, I was asking if you meant it needed to be @ 1.30 volts or if it is 1.3X volts (Where X can represent any number 1-9). I do not know what error codes it is outputting, because the system reboots so fast all I see is a blue flash and then its damn near right back at the windows log in screen.

I think it is clear at this point I do NOT know what I am doing, which is essentially what I've been saying all long -- I am new to overclocking, I keep saying this. . I dont know why it reboots all I have been doing is describing what is happening as simply as possible and I keep having to repeat these things because no one reads them LOL. I have tried voltages from 1.35-1.49, I am on water, temperatures are always below 70*C. Intel Burn Test fails ONLY on tests higher than standard (more ram being used, faster it fails) on some higher clocks with higher volts Cinebench wont even start (it throws the whea_uncorrectable_error but does not say WHAT the error is) Prime95 will run for an undetermined amount of time (I cant sit by the computer for 24 straight hours) I will come back to check on it and I will find the computer at the log in screen. I checked the "log" which doesn't provide any real information I can utilize it just shows all of the passed tests. I don't know what error codes its throwing (I dont know where to even look for them)

I was under the impression that if the volts were high but not too high that it would still run and still be able to do stress testing and you reduce the volts from there. What you're suggesting is the opposite, that you start from a lower volt and work up to the lowest tolerable.. At which point, I still don't even really know where to start or what Multiplier to start on. I have so many questions, should I be testing my RAM to make sure its not defective? My board has the MemOK thing on it so would that tell me if it were defective or not? Are we still saying its better to go without XMP and enter RAM timings manually??
Edited by TheSwag - 3/28/14 at 11:13am
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Technically you should start from where your stock frequency ends, which is 3.9 GHz turbo. If you don't know what you are doing, don't directly jump into 4.5 GHz. My 4960X max stable 24/7 overclock is only 4.5 GHz and even that needed some voltage tuning (Vcore ~1.36). Start slow with 4 GHz and bump the multiplier slowly? Do some stress testing until you are not stable anymore and then try to figure out what voltage you need to change. IBT is junk in my opinion, the real stress for X79 is Prime95 27.9 and LinX 0.6.5 using max memory for some chip hammering. The settings you mostly need to tune are the multiplier, DRAM frequency, DRAM timings, Load-Line Calibration level, Vcore, VTT, VCCSA (System Agent), DRAM voltage. Sorry if I didn't recall some setting.

It is impossible to tell you the voltages for any overclock, each chip, board and memory combination needs different voltage. On the Rampage IV Black Edition board, not even auto settings will work properly with my chip. On some boards auto Vcore could get into dangerous levels. Like Jpmboy suggested, it'd be best to read a guide and see what all the voltages are for, after a good read you will have some knowledge.

Edit. MemOK button mostly allows a board to boot if there is any issue with memory but can't tell you if memory is good or not.

XMP is basically the same as setting the few settings (timings, voltage) yourself. On some boards XMP works fine and on some, not.
Edited by xarot - 3/28/14 at 11:58am
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