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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

1.1625v & 1.115v here for 2666C9 ultra tight (twcl5) or 2800c9 slightly more relaxed.

SS - If using software to measure voltage at least change cpu-z to 1.69. wink.gif

For CB run it in diagnostic mode (run->msconfig) and in realtime (task manager/process (CB)/right click/priority)

you have a very good IMC. !thumb.gif
and yes, voltages read from the mobo.
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Originally Posted by chrisnyc75 View Post

Yes, 4930K needs considerably less voltage than 3930K did. HOWEVER, the oc ceiling is also lower. The voltage-to-clock curve is steep. At stock speed, IB-e is incredibly efficient, often >1.0v. Once you get above 4.2 ghz range, it ramps up fast (which is why you don't see many 4930K's able to achieve >4.8ghz). You might be able to do 4.4ghz at 1.3v, but it's entirely possible you'd then need >1.5v to do 4.6ghz.

I haven't heard many reports of degradation, except in cases of extreme clocking where it is to be expected. I've had mine clocked at 4.6ghz ~1.35v for 6 months 24/7 and it's still purring like a kitten.

I've heard that IB-e can take a lot more VCSSA than SB-e could, up to the 1.4v range. Personally, I'd research that carefully before taking that as fact.
VTT is just as sensitive on IB-e if not more so than SB-e.
^^This. I run mid 1.3V for 4.7 (1.344V) and 4.8(1.376V) via offset, 24/7. No issues or signs of degradation yet.
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Thanks Silent Scone and chrisnyc75, this is just the information I'm looking for.

I think I'll start by manually setting voltage to 1.2 and see how far that will take me. Maybe I'll try pushing it a bit more once I get a feel for this particular chip and how decent a clocker it is.

I've always preferred efficiency and low voltage overclocks over trying to squeeze out that last bit of performance.

Fwiw, I have both vcore & vtt in offset mode, my vtt requires less (+.02 iirc) than vcore (+.045). I found better stability with vcore AND vtt in offset mode to minimize the spread between them when vcore downclocks (I think I left vcssa on Auto, iirc.... sorry, it's been a couple months since I've had time to tinker with my oc so it's not fresh in my mind). Of course every chip is unique, but give offset a shot if you have trouble finding a stable manual vtt.
post #1224 of 2792
Just testing this TeamGroup 2600 kit @ 2400.

This is what I've managed so far @ 1.65v

Currently @ 1.1V VCCSA

1.1v VTT

Speaking of good IMCs, from my testing so far I seem to be able to run this kit at it's XMP profile with 1.1V VCCSA @ 2600 fairly stable, but needs more testing. I can't imagine it will need much of a bump if any.

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Looking good frosty, pretty similar to your dom plats, any preference??? Was gonna get myself some new ram but not sure if its worth at the mo, can do 2400 cl9 but cant get my subs as tight as yours, not bad for £150 though.
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I think i prefer the DOM plats because of how low they go but I've yet to try tight 2133 yet smile.gif

@ 2600 1.65v

VCCSA @ 1.150

VTT @ 1.1

PLL @ 1.5




2133 1.65v


Edited by Silent Scone - 4/22/14 at 2:32pm
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I think i prefer the DOM plats because of how low they go but I've yet to try tight 2133 yet smile.gif
@ 2600 1.65v
VCCSA @ 1.150
VTT @ 1.1
PLL @ 1.5 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

2133 1.65v Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

That 2600 throughput looks pretty bad... what's up? Single sided ram?
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I'm fairly sure it's not, but yeh the throughput sucks at 2600 on this kit
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I started playing around with this 4930K a bit.

I decided to start out very conservative at 1.15v set manually and working my way up from 40x multiplier. I'm just doing a cinebench run and then ~1 hour of prime95 blend before bumping the multiplier again.

I was able to get up to 4.2GHz on 1.15v and it appears to be stable here. The temps on this 4930K are also fantastic (hottest core during prime95 was 55°C and idles in the mid 20s).

Bumping the multi to 43x causes a BSOD at 1.15v.

I'll bump the voltage and see what I can get out of this chip when I have more time this weekend but 4.2GHz at 1.15v seems like a nice, efficient overclock for 24/7 use.
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Fwiw, I have both vcore & vtt in offset mode, my vtt requires less (+.02 iirc) than vcore (+.045). I found better stability with vcore AND vtt in offset mode to minimize the spread between them when vcore downclocks (I think I left vcssa on Auto, iirc.... sorry, it's been a couple months since I've had time to tinker with my oc so it's not fresh in my mind). Of course every chip is unique, but give offset a shot if you have trouble finding a stable manual vtt.

I have trouble with offset mode when going for these low voltage overclocks. It always seems to take too much off the idle voltage so I'm forced to run at a higher load voltage than I get with manual mode. Is anybody successfully using offset mode with a load voltage of 1.20 or lower? I'll try playing around with it this weekend. Maybe I'll have more luck with my 4930K than I did with my 3930K.
post #1230 of 2792
Not a bad kit at all. At 4.82 I needed to up the VCCSA to 1.18 VVT 1.1 and DRAM V to 1.68




2200 CL8-10-10-21-CR1-88
Edited by Silent Scone - 4/22/14 at 4:12pm
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