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No known sleep issues I'm aware of in the past couple of days that I have owned the board. But, I have an X79 Deluxe.
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I thought when I was buying into the i7-4930K that I was buying a unlocked base multiplier processor. Seems that only the turbo bins are unlocked and not the actual base multiplier, kind of cant stop feeling like I been ripped off.

When I purchased this, I was expecting to change my base multiplier from x34 to a small bump to some thing like 3.7GHz as base, retaining voltage at around stock, then turbo would have shifted to 4.2GHz instead of stock 3.9GHz turbo. Instead when I overclock, I lose turbo altogether and have to basically lock all core to a certain frequency, any of the advantages of running at stock are lost.

e.g.

Stock = Base 3.4GHz / Turbo 3.9GHz

If true unlocked base, then be like this = Overclocked Base 3.7GHz / Turbo 4.2GHz

I could adjust certain cores to max out at a certain point, but really should I have to, and if it is automatic then the system can manage which cores are turbo to the maximum when needed.

If I am not wrong, then would I be right to say that the i7-4930K is nothing more than a turbo bin unlocked processor?
Edited by erase - 3/1/14 at 7:31pm
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I was on a i7-3820 with the same motherboard with the latest BIOS, I only thing I did was install chipset drivers, when the i7-4930K went in about 1 month ago.
Clean install of Windows 8.1 around November 2013, running pretty light still since then, as only started really using it in the last 6 weeks.

I did notice the chipset driver install/upgrade was really extensive, with the amount devices it now lists under device manager.

Anyone having any issues with sleep mode. I remember someone saying it is a know issue with the Asus X79 boards, which seem pretty dumb as sleep mode is one of the first and foremost features that almost everyone uses daily or from time to time.

I know is a pain to do a fresh install, but at least try it on a separate hard drive.
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I give it a try soon. Although I remember now, my install might not be so clean. I am using a Windows 8.0 upgrade license, which requires Windows 8.0 installed first (which is totally clean) followed by a Window 8.1 install that must be downloaded and installed from the Windows store. Microsoft have taken the liberty to not letting users with Windows 8.0 legit license codes use them with the legit Windows 8.1 which I cached from an upgrade.

Just to add, I did do the install in November 2013, but had to go Windows 8.0 (clean from ISO) to Windows 8.1 (from store download).
Edited by erase - 3/1/14 at 9:31pm
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Currently running 4.75GHz @1.36v on my 4930k with tridents at 2400 cl9,
Sa/vtt volts are at 1.25.

4.8ghz is stable at 1.44v anything higher and the only bsod code i get is x124 no matter what i do it is always 124.

I can boot into windows at 5ghz at 1.46v with ram at bios defaults.

Running win 8.1 so its quite hard to pin point, just curious as to why i only get the 124 bsod code??

Will only run pi at this.


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New chip does 4.7 at 1.360v - 60C (Ambient @ 25C) wouldn't do 4.8 at the same voltage, but don't wanna go higher. It scores 1255 on cinebench 15. At stock speeds temps are 45C, and score 1040, 20 points higher than my last chip at the same speed. Just gonna stick with it, 4.7 is fast enough for me. tongue.gif
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New chip does 4.7 at 1.360v - 60C (Ambient @ 25C) wouldn't do 4.8 at the same voltage, but don't wanna go higher. It scores 1255 on cinebench 15. At stock speeds temps are 45C, and score 1040, 20 points higher than my last chip at the same speed. Just gonna stick with it, 4.7 is fast enough for me. tongue.gif

sure you dont want to keep playing the cpu lottery? tongue.gif inc 1.5ghz for 4.2
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sure you dont want to keep playing the cpu lottery? tongue.gif inc 1.5ghz for 4.2

I can try and exchange this one, doubt MC has that perfect chip I'm looking for. lol

This one should be fine, as long as it doesn't degrade after break in period. I have 30 days to return, if something goes wrong, I'll have to get a 3930K and lose my intel tuning plan for the 4930K. I think this chip is decent. Won't be braking any of my benchmark scores, but It will get me through for another year or two. If I feel the itch to upgrade to Haswell E, I'll just give this away to my niece or something.
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I thought when I was buying into the i7-4930K that I was buying a unlocked base multiplier processor. Seems that only the turbo bins are unlocked and not the actual base multiplier, kind of cant stop feeling like I been ripped off.

When I purchased this, I was expecting to change my base multiplier from x34 to a small bump to some thing like 3.7GHz as base, retaining voltage at around stock, then turbo would have shifted to 4.2GHz instead of stock 3.9GHz turbo. Instead when I overclock, I lose turbo altogether and have to basically lock all core to a certain frequency, any of the advantages of running at stock are lost.

e.g.

Stock = Base 3.4GHz / Turbo 3.9GHz

If true unlocked base, then be like this = Overclocked Base 3.7GHz / Turbo 4.2GHz

I could adjust certain cores to max out at a certain point, but really should I have to, and if it is automatic then the system can manage which cores are turbo to the maximum when needed.

If I am not wrong, then would I be right to say that the i7-4930K is nothing more than a turbo bin unlocked processor?
If I understand what you're saying, Use offset instead of manual. Will do pretty much what you are looking for I believe. If your demand doesn't need it, why keep a base of 3.7ghz. Using offset will give you much better energy saving by clocking down to 1.1-1.2ghz and then turbo up to your multiplier setting of 42. Intel cpu's have been operating this way for some time now. You just didn't understand how they work. Not Intels fault.

@nickolp - You hit your wall. If it takes 1.44v to get 4.8ghz stable, it will certainly take a ridiculous amount to get 4.9. It is a little misleading. These cpu's will boot in at much lower voltages than are stable.
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No known sleep issues I'm aware of in the past couple of days that I have owned the board. But, I have an X79 Deluxe.

mine will wake up on it's own after about 10-15 seconds or so last time i tried sleep, i have not looked for a solution just yet, but really want to fix it.
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