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@ joa3d43

Thanks for that bit on information. So using the straps uses less vcore? I that in your own testing personally and with servers? Also I didn't think you would overclock servers at all? redface.gif

Thanks for the info. +rep

Thanks smile.gif - ...on 2x 3970X and 3x 4960 (X / ES) I tested, strap125 uses a bit less vCore than strap100 at the same speed, i.e. 5GHz, and strap167 a bit less again...presumably, higher multis add a bit of vCore requirement of their own, though I also know of folks who haven't seen very much of a vCore saving. On my chips, it would typically save 0.02 to 0.03v + - savings w/strap125 vs strap100.. In any case, running for example TridentX 2666 and kicking in XMP in the BIOS will automatically call up strap125 (though you can override).

Don't normally 'OC' servers, in part because that would also imply additional cooling like w-c...but I have taken OC setups I used for 'testing and gaming' and gave them light server duty later in VMs (SB-E, Ivy-E... Xeons are a bit different bowl of wax, also re ECC memory)
Edited by Joa3d43 - 1/14/14 at 10:33am
post #502 of 2792
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Thanks smile.gif - ...on 2x 3970X and 3x 4960 (X / ES) I tested, strap125 uses a bit less vCore than strap100 at the same speed, i.e. 5GHz, and strap167 a bit less again...presumably, higher multis add a bit of vCore requirement of their own, though I also know of folks who haven't seen very much of a vCore saving. On my chips, it would typically save 0.02 to 0.03v + - savings w/strap125 vs strap100.. In any case, running for example TridentX 2666 and kicking in XMP in the BIOS will automatically call up strap125 (though you can override).

Don't normally 'OC' servers, in part because that would also imply additional cooling like w-c...but I have taken OC setups I used for 'testing and gaming' and gave them light server duty later in VMs (SB-E, Ivy-E... Xeons are a bit different bowl of wax, also re ECC memory)

Ah ok. Sounds like more testing for me then. biggrin.gif Thanks for explaining more.

An update to my ocing attempts. . So I was at 4.6ghz and had upped the vcore in bios to 1.33 b/c I got a bsod x124 after a day and a half running f@h 24/7. So I went to 1.335 and it bsod x124 after like 20 minutes.

Where I messed up was in the bios I accidentally clicked on of the asus power/performance/balanced settings and didn't realize it. So I went back in and put everything the way it was before and I still bsod x124 within 30 minutes or so. So after an hour of frustration I decided to give up and go to 4.5ghz and see where that is completely stable. After I figure that out I will move back to 4.6.

I am not sure how i could not remember or get it stable for at least a day and a half again mad.gif . . I only changed a few settings: vcore, multi, and power savings off, llc extreme, current to 140%, vccsa current 130%, and the rest was auto. O well still happy with the system and will figure it out eventually. tongue.gif
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After becoming completely frustrated over the past several days with getting a stable high overclock, I decided to go the other direction and see how efficient I could get this chip before counting it off entirely and buying another.
4.6 @ 1.264v . Only .025 above stock VID. I'm believing that this board is the blaring issue more than any other. This came about after spending hours and days trying to get beyond 4.8@ 1.4v. Got to the point where 4.8 @ 1.45 was no longer even able to complete cine r15. I really wish Asus would get their heads out and release a proper update for this bios. Had me thinking this chip was a loss.

What is the lowest voltage your chip can complete cine r15 at 4.6ghz?
    
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After becoming completely frustrated over the past several days with getting a stable high overclock, I decided to go the other direction and see how efficient I could get this chip before counting it off entirely and buying another.
4.6 @ 1.264v . Only .025 above stock VID. I'm believing that this board is the blaring issue more than any other. This came about after spending hours and days trying to get beyond 4.8@ 1.4v. Got to the point where 4.8 @ 1.45 was no longer even able to complete cine r15. I really wish Asus would get their heads out and release a proper update for this bios. Had me thinking this chip was a loss.

What is the lowest voltage your chip can complete cine r15 at 4.6ghz?

...I only keep the higher-scoring ones w/screenies, but the one below was one of the best ...4833 (strap167) w/under 1.4v, though on that one, I probably used LLC high' instead of medium which I tend to do when I have a chip that does strap167 (also give it a bit more VCCSA then)

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What is the lowest voltage your chip can complete cine r15 at 4.6ghz?

Got a couple that'll do it at 1.2v, also got one that'll do x45 at 1.12v, stock strap, only vcore.
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Anyone with 4930k Batch# 3331B537 with overclocking results. I can't test till i get ram and a motherboard.
    
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was testing turbov in asus aisuite. on the fast setting it takes the clock of my 4930k up 25% to 4250Mhz with almost no increase in heat
i try to do the extreme setting and it overclocks to the same and asks if you want to push it further but it just keeps testing ratios and never overclocks.
ill have to do it manually
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was testing turbov in asus aisuite. on the fast setting it takes the clock of my 4930k up 25% to 4250Mhz with almost no increase in heat
i try to do the extreme setting and it overclocks to the same and asks if you want to push it further but it just keeps testing ratios and never overclocks.
ill have to do it manually

You should always overclock manually in the bios/uefi, never with an OS-based program. AI Suite is ocassionally useful for monitoring sensors, maybe even for on-the-fly ram timing changes, but should really never be relied on for actual cpu overclocking. Honestly, I'm not even sure why they put it in there.
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...I only keep the higher-scoring ones w/screenies, but the one below was one of the best ...4833 (strap167) w/under 1.4v, though on that one, I probably used LLC high' instead of medium which I tend to do when I have a chip that does strap167 (also give it a bit more VCCSA then)

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01
Nice chip. I see it's a 4960x. This chip had done 4.875 with 125 x 39 with 1.465v. I usually use Ultra LLC as it tends to be closest to actual voltage and actually adds a touch more ( .005 - .015v). This chip has been so sporadic, I haven't really tested it at higher strap setitngs. At 125 my 2000mhz Flares shine at 2666mhz 11-13-13-31 with only a slight voltage bump to 1.68.

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Got a couple that'll do it at 1.2v, also got one that'll do x45 at 1.12v, stock strap, only vcore.
You've already been throuhg a couple Ivy-E's? What has the highest that one of them will clock to? Curios, because I haven't seen more than 1 or 2 so far that will do a stable 4.9ghz+ with conventional or water cooling.

I'm returning a PSU tomorrow and will probably get another chip from Microcenter, if it's a newer batch than what I have already. My current 4930k did come from the Intel Retail Edge holiday sale and am half wondering if it might have been a sub-par batch to begin with. I've never had a chip that was so erratic. The other half is wondering if it's the mobo.
    
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well, I either broke my cpu or mobo. I keep getting a post loop that can't get past the DIMM led check. Tried replacing the ram sticks - no help. Have to try putting my 3930 back it to see if it is the CPU or not.
sozo.gif

well it's the CPU. put my 3930K in and it works fine! Looks like the memory controller on the 4930K died! Luckily i have the tuning plan...
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