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I don't recall the voltage safe limits for VTT and VCCSA but I'd try bumping them to 1.3 VTT and 1.26 VCCSA then work on testing and lowering them down to their minimum stable voltages.

The problem is, that according to Intel data sheets, it's better not to get over 1.2 for VTT/VCCSA. Thta's what holds me up from trying further. I'm not limited by vcore..
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The problem is, that according to Intel data sheets, it's better not to get over 1.2 for VTT/VCCSA. Thta's what holds me up from trying further. I'm not limited by vcore..

Yeah, so now it becomes a matter of which you want more; to stay inside intel safe parameters or a higher OC. If it were me I'd stay on the safe side because I don't buy chips to see how far I can push them for that purpose alone. If you don't mind potentially having to replace the chip then you may feel differently.
    
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So, I got a great deal on some 4930k's and put them up on eBay for what I thought to be higher than reasonable price of $450, and the listing closed in less than 2 minutes. Was my price really that low?
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The problem is, that according to Intel data sheets, it's better not to get over 1.2 for VTT/VCCSA. Thta's what holds me up from trying further. I'm not limited by vcore..
For sandybee I would stick to that

If you want to utilize the higher mem overclock say 2666mhz to 2800mhz ( and have the ram that's capable ) you have to up the VTT / VCCSA to at least 1.25v - 1.3v
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Are there any batch gurus on this thread? What is a good clocking batch from what you guys have seen? I have 3 Malaysia 4930k's and two are from the same batch and the third is from a different batch, I get to keep one.
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Are there any batch gurus on this thread? What is a good clocking batch from what you guys have seen? I have 3 Malaysia 4930k's and two are from the same batch and the third is from a different batch, I get to keep one.

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If you want to utilize the higher mem overclock say 2666mhz to 2800mhz ( and have the ram that's capable ) you have to up the VTT / VCCSA to at least 1.25v - 1.3v

I know that, but what am I supposed to do if I can't push the CPU any higher than x46? RAM will be later tried.
The VCCSA and VTT are up to the limit (1.25v) and the system still BSODs with 0x050, 0x00A.
Can the culprit be any other secondary setting in DIGI+ or what?
Edited by ALSTER868 - 5/26/15 at 2:46am
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I know that, but what am I supposed to do if I can't push the CPU any higher than x46? RAM will be later tried.
The VCCSA and VTT are up to the limit (1.25v) and the system still BSODs with 0x050, 0x00A.
Can the culprit be any other secondary setting in DIGI+ or what?
Those bsod codes relate to vcore so up da vcore .....
Or
Do the o/c using 125 strap instead that way multi will be 35x131blck for 4.6Ghz redface.gif
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Those bsod codes relate to vcore so up da vcore .....
Or
Do the o/c using 125 strap instead that way multi will be 35x131blck for 4.6Ghz redface.gif

0x050 is vcore? I thought it's about the uncore.
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0x050 is vcore? I thought it's about the uncore.
Try it
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