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I started using sync with ivy, mostly because I was using AIO or air before then and most games were using only 1-2 cores.
thx bud. hey - sold one of my KPEs... 295x2 arriving today. hope to test it some this weekend.
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Since I am getting hardlocks from gaming, could the ram require more voltage? I don't see why it would be needed as it says 1.5v is necessary. If I set it auto, it goes to like 1.67v.

Do I need to mess with the ram voltage to get it stable?

I'm going to try the turbo voltage first though.
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Originally Posted by XViper2 View Post

Oh I wanted to know about this too:

Why do we set core speeds individually? Couldn't we just use sync cores?

you could, but power consumption will be higher than needed for many workloads. It's about getting the proper power efficiency vs performance/clock, for those with "poor" chips. Thats' why Intel does it...to keep the chips within TDP. But load up many of our chips @ 4.0 GHz across all cores, and you're looking at 160-175W of power consumed by the chip.

Don't forget that Cache speed is dictated by CPU core speed, so there are performance impacts beyond just CPU speed.
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Since I am getting hardlocks from gaming, could the ram require more voltage? I don't see why it would be needed as it says 1.5v is necessary. If I set it auto, it goes to like 1.67v.

Do I need to mess with the ram voltage to get it stable?

I'm going to try the turbo voltage first though.

No other problems? Try VCCSA/VTT. You can't go wrong taking Jpmboy's advice. It's just not the only approach, yet at the same time, he's gonna guide you to stability.
Edited by cadaveca - 4/24/14 at 7:46am
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Well.. I've managed to boot into Windows on 4.6 GHz Offset 0.040V and Turbo on 0.020 with RAM at 2133 (9-11-11-28) 1.65V
I've passed the Cinebench CPU test but my temps went up to 68ºC. Temps were better with Fixed OC.
Will play around some more. What can I do to lower the temps a bit?

Edited by AstralAnimal - 4/24/14 at 7:50am
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Well.. I've managed to boot into Windows on 4.6 GHz Offset 0.040V and Turbo on 0.020 with RAM at 2133 (9-11-11-28) 1.65V
I've passed the Cinebench CPU test but my temps went up to 68ºC. Temps were better with Fixed OC.
Will play around some more. What can I do to lower the temps a bit?

again - try offset @ 0.005V and additional turbo @ 0.05V +/- what's needed to hold the frequency. what was the cpuZ vcore reading during R15?? is that with unsynched cores? and was the max T on one or 2 cores only?

r15 score is a reasonable assessment of your cpu productivity (little effect by mem freq). a 4.6GHz 4930K should be over 1200... and closer to 1250 (... with cores synched). you just need to tune things up a bit. gotta have patience when tuning an overclock.
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you could, but power consumption will be higher than needed for many workloads. It's about getting the proper power efficiency vs performance/clock, for those with "poor" chips. Thats' why Intel does it...to keep the chips within TDP. But load up many of our chips @ 4.0 GHz across all cores, and you're looking at 160-175W of power consumed by the chip.

Don't forget that Cache speed is dictated by CPU core speed, so there are performance impacts beyond just CPU speed.
No other problems? Try VCCSA/VTT. You can't go wrong taking Jpmboy's advice. It's just not the only approach, yet at the same time, he's gonna guide you to stability.
well.. you can if patience is lost thumb.gif

let me dump my 46x100 settings as a rough guide...

settings, not actual readings, which are the defaults (I changed bclk to get to 46x100, so I do a clrcmos between straps and bclks)
Each cpu and rig is different, your settings will be tweaked vs these.
140424110747.zip 1639k .zip file
p95 running (while editing this post:



F12 during the 20min p95 run: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Digital multimeter reading:
vcore 1.310V
VSA 1.02
VTT 1.06
PCH1.1 1.06
PCH1.5 1.5
Drama/b 1.667
Dram c/d 1.667.

JLMS2010 - haven't needed to adjust CPU PLL, but I have lowered it to ~ 1.75V. VTT, for my system, needs to be raised at 2400 and 2666 ram, 1.13, and 1.16V.
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well.. you can if patience is lost thumb.gif

let me dump my 46x100 settings as a rough guide...

settings, not actual readings, which are the defaults (I changed bclk to get to 46x100, so I do a clrcmos between straps and bclks)
Each cpu and rig is different, your settings will be tweaked vs these.
140424110747.zip 1639k .zip file
p95 running (while editing this post:


Do you find you ever need to manually set CPU PLL Voltage and VTT CPU voltage?
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Just curious, wouldn't benching scores b worse if they're not synced?

Think I'll give it a go just 2 c....lol
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Just curious, wouldn't benching scores b worse if they're not synced?
Think I'll give it a go just 2 c....lol
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assuming multithreaded... they are lower when unsynched. But then again, you r best scores would probably come from a fixed vcore approach. (hasn't made a big diff for me... yet rolleyes.gif)
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well.. you can if patience is lost thumb.gif

let me dump my 46x100 settings as a rough guide...

settings, not actual readings, which are the defaults (I changed bclk to get to 46x100, so I do a clrcmos between straps and bclks)
Each cpu and rig is different, your settings will be tweaked vs these.
140424110747.zip 1639k .zip file
p95 running (while editing this post:


NICE settings. I may have to set the ram adjustments

Jpmboy, is your ram overclocked or is it supposed to run at 2133mhz?
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