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A lot of us have ek cuz it was the first thing out! A few have picked up the xspc version and the heatkiller is new to the scene with their b.e. blocks but all should be good. Kind of all depends on personal preference these days, for the most part.
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Keep in mind guys this is my first jump into the enthusiast line of computers so I have Limited knowledge. I was able to get my 3570k Stable to 4.4 and have been running that overclock for over a year with no problems so I understand some of the basics

Anybody in the club with a 4820k? If not here is what I've learned in the past week overclocking the new rig. I will tell my steps for overclocking and what results I found. Each time I upped the multiplier x1 I went back into the bios loaded optimized defaults, restarted then changed values and saved and exited.

I started overclocking first by setting XMP 2133 and just upping the multiplier and letting the bios adjust all other adjustments on auto. I started with 4.4 and booted into windows. I did short stability test runs of 15 mins in AIDA64 it passed.
From there I went
4.5 Passed
4.6 Passed
4.7 Passed
4.8 When I booted into windows I noticed that the core voltage was set at 1.536 and that didn't set well with me so I changed it to 1.4v and booted into windows and stability test for 30 mins and it passed. Temps stayed in the mid 60's never even thought about touching 70c. I left it there for a few days just running normal programs, watching YouTube, Netflix, Star Trek Online, Assassin's Creed 4 and during that time I had 1 game crash of AC4. So I bumped the Voltage to 1.405 and left it there. Stability tested that voltage the other night for almost 3 hours then AIDA64 reported a failure.
So here are my questions and maybe you guys can give me some clarity.

1. I was under the impression that I would probably hit a temperature wall with the H100i and that it couldn't keep up with the added frequency and voltage. At full load Aida 64 still mid 60c. What gives?

2. How much higher on the core voltage can I go? In the Asus guide on ROG forum 1.4 was suggested not to go over for non extreme watercooling. I seem to be fine on temps.

3. I haven't had ANY blue screens lock ups freezes etc. Only application crashes, Aida 64, Prime 95 listing errors, The new real bench V2 crashing. Normal or no?

4. By the Ivy-e overclock guide 4.8ghz at 1.4v is only achievable in 2% of the CPU's tested. Did I really get that good of a chip?

5. So far 3 hours in a stress test (AIDA64) is the longest time I've been able to get the system to pass 4.8ghz @ 1.405 bios volts 1.424 under load voltage. It dosen't like Prime95 AT ALL. Only goes a few mins before showing an error.

My Rig is in my signature, as well as a 3dmark11 my best run so far. I am quite happy with the performance that I am getting. I guess I just need some questions answered and maybe some directions on how I should proceed from here. Looking foward to working with you guys and to see if I can learn some more about this system. Thanks in advance! thumb.gif
post #6393 of 14773
I would be more than happy with 4.7 as a solid OC and that is what you need to look at. The extra 100Hz in most cases you can not tell the difference using the PC to complete most tasks.

Its only when you are competing in Benchmarks that you would see any increase in scores for that matter!!

If it was my PC i would run it @ 4.5 for Web Browsing and save all the adjustments to the Bios Profiles, and then do the same for your 4.7 OC!

And use that one for Gaming and more demanding Apps that need that bit extra help from your CPU!

That way you are going to prolong the life of your CPU and keep it within the Voltage limits as well.

AJ.
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Hiii biggrin.gif

Just picked up this beauty along with a 4930k for my M8 build

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Is EK the blocks of choice for cooling the essentials for this board? I'm torn between EK and Heatkiller blocks.


It'll be replacing a MVE/2700k combo which has treated me rather well for a while rolleyes.gif


And we're back on track!! Welcome !!! Either are fine depending on what you want, XSPC are great too , all depends on what you like for aesthetics. Haven't seen much on Heatkiller but I stay under 30 w/ my XSPC @ 4.5
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Hi all!

I have been reading some mixed up comments regarding voltages and wanted to post mine, is there anything amiss? My cpu is clocked at 4.2 Just wanted to know if vtt and vccsa voltages are correct. Everything works fine, gaming wise it never fails, prime 95 also works however ibt crashes before one pass. ( I honestly don't care ).

I would appreciate your comments, as I would not like to kill this 3970x.

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post #6396 of 14773
If the system is stable with everything you do with it then you can run those voltages. If not, then you will have to make some voltage changes. None of those voltages are considered close to being "unsafe" for the SNB-E CPUs so you have room to play if you need it.
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If the system is stable with everything you do with it then you can run those voltages. If not, then you will have to make some voltage changes. None of those voltages are considered close to being "unsafe" for the SNB-E CPUs so you have room to play if you need it.

Yep, for day to day work it has been just fine, even benchmarking doesn't give me any issues.

Glad to hear I am safe from any damage.

Thanks Raja!
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post #6398 of 14773
Hi
I just got my RIVBE today along with 4930k(from Malaysia)



I am waiting on the cooling which will be Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3.
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while i would normally agree, all of those scratches are on the 100% separated sound card.

Seems like that yeah. But I also read that some pins got pulled off from a PCIe slot so not exactly sure the damage is limited to the sound card...hopefully he gets it figured out sooner or later smile.gif
post #6400 of 14773
oc guide from Team Russia with psc ram

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrFTw-VXijA
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