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post #431 of 2792
Ok...TY

Last night i've managed to get it to 4.5Ghz with 1.2V this is a good value?
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If this is 100% Primestabil for more then 12 hours then you have a gold Chip 1,4V with 4,8GHz is possible. thumb.gif
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Did not test stability at all just did a couple of benchmarks and 15 minutes of aida 64 for checking the temps.

On the other hand i didn't try to go higher because i'm an lga2011 noob, only thing i did was set the voltage to 1.2V and cranked the multiplier, is it safe to try higher multipliers till i get bsod?

EDIT:
So I´ve tried 4.6@1.2V and it booted and run cinebench r15 smile.gif


Edited by smartdroid - 1/10/14 at 5:14am
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post #434 of 2792
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Did not test stability at all just did a couple of benchmarks and 15 minutes of aida 64 for checking the temps.

On the other hand i didn't try to go higher because i'm an lga2011 noob, only thing i did was set the voltage to 1.2V and cranked the multiplier, is it safe to try higher multipliers till i get bsod?

EDIT:
So I´ve tried 4.6@1.2V and it booted and run cinebench r15 smile.gif


If you are an LGA2011 noob, allow me to be the first to inform you that what you have there is a REALLY good chip. If you're Cinebench stable at 4.6 @1.2v, there's a good chance you'll be able to get it stable at 4.8, maybe even 4.9, at/around 1.4v. That puts your cpu squarely in the upper echelons of all 4930K's. Congrats smile.gif
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Originally Posted by smartdroid View Post

EDIT:
So I´ve tried 4.6@1.2V and it booted and run cinebench r15 smile.gif

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Originally Posted by smartdroid View Post

Did not test stability at all just did a couple of benchmarks and 15 minutes of aida 64 for checking the temps.

I test a few and only one can do 4.6@1.2V h2o depending on my room ambient temp



Don't use unnecessary load stress tests for prolonged time

See if you can boot @ 5Ghz @ 1.4ish V
Edited by centvalny - 1/10/14 at 6:55am
post #436 of 2792
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You are telling wrong thinks !

17010979kn.jpg

The degrestion is to high if a chip get 1,5 for 24/7 it will die in under one year.

Don´t tell stupid voltages !

1,3 under air
1,4 under water
1,5 SS <30°C

If somebody wants to kill his CPU fast as possilbe 1,5V is the best way to nirvana !

I sort of agree with both of you. The thing is, mehlstaub, you keep throwing that 1.4v figure around like it's set in stone, tried & true, tested & verified, that it will destroy your chip if you run it any higher than that. The thing is, we have absolutely NO evidence to that effect. We've all heard that number thrown around a lot, but we're now almost 6 months into the life cycle of IB-e, and has anybody even heard of a IB-e degrading? I haven't.

IMHO, 1.4v is a "soft ceiling" after which one should "proceed with caution". But continuing to tell people their voltage is too high because they're at 1.45v is also false, *especially* if they haven't specified whether that voltage is for 24/7 or just for benching. We have to be careful about perpetuating hear-say, lest it become internet "truth". Until we actually see a IB-e degrade, that 1.4v ceiling is just that -- hear-say. I don't think what you're saying is necessarily wrong, I just wish you'd be a little more specific in the feedback you give so you don't accidentally miscommunicate with somebody who doesn't know as much about these things as you do. smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MehlstaubtheCat View Post

You are telling wrong thinks !

17010979kn.jpg

The degrestion is to high if a chip get 1,5 for 24/7 it will die in under one year.

Don´t tell stupid voltages !

1,3 under air
1,4 under water
1,5 SS <30°C

If somebody wants to kill his CPU fast as possilbe 1,5V is the best way to nirvana !

I sort of agree with both of you. The thing is, mehlstaub, you keep throwing that 1.4v figure around like it's set in stone, tried & true, tested & verified, that it will destroy your chip if you run it any higher than that. The thing is, we have absolutely NO evidence to that effect. We've all heard that number thrown around a lot, but we're now almost 6 months into the life cycle of IB-e, and has anybody even heard of a IB-e degrading? I haven't.

IMHO, 1.4v is a "soft ceiling" after which one should "proceed with caution". But continuing to tell people their voltage is too high because they're at 1.45v is also false, *especially* if they haven't specified whether that voltage is for 24/7 or just for benching. We have to be careful about perpetuating hear-say, lest it become internet "truth". Until we actually see a IB-e degrade, that 1.4v ceiling is just that -- hear-say. I don't think what you're saying is necessarily wrong, I just wish you'd be a little more specific in the feedback you give so you don't accidentally miscommunicate with somebody who doesn't know as much about these things as you do. smile.gif

Not normally one to defend or anything but mehlstaubs first language is German I believe so him trying to explain in English might be a bit hard. He is going off intel spec sheets which could not be to far from what the guys at Intel put some effort into when testing the chipset.

To each his own when OCing though if someone wants to push VCORE on their CPU then get on it... if it goes bad well then it goes bad. It is an inherent risk when doing any OCing your CPU.
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Welp on that bomb shell . here is my best so far

 

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post #439 of 2792
This is the best I can do so far... I have backed the vcore down to 1.3 before I redeployed and did not have alot of time at home to mess with settings


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Intel like all manufacture of products that have limits, will always (and smart to do so) publish a safe number with a margin above it (soft ceiling as noted above).
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