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post #1 of 23
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Okay so i'm fairly new to the haswell bios options, this is my current system:

i7-4770k
Asus vi formula
thermaltake water 3.0 extreme
gskill 1600 ripjaw x cas 9
2x gtx 780 evga acx
ax860i psu

So i've read a bunch of guides in figuring out the best settings for my bios, and i feel like they're off. I've included some screenshots below if any of you can point out better settings for me to use. I'm trying to achieve 4.6ghz on my cpu and i can't for the life of me get stable over 4.2ghz.

I've tried vcore up to 1.3, vrin up to 1.95, vrin locked at stock(x35 uncore). No matter what i do, i can't stay stable over 4.2ghz. I'm at a loss here! If any of you can recommend different settings for my current options that'd be great. I'm sure i have some stuff set to where it isn't optimal. Also worth noting that i haven't touched my ram in any way other than locked 1.5v and manually set the timings, 9-9-9-24-1T @ 1600

Also one last thing, I was playing with a setting(can't remember which one it was) in the DIGI menu, or CPU Power management menu that actually decreased my temps by about 15c under prime95 load. I then seem'd to have switched it off and my temps are back up to ~75c during prime with the settings listed below. Any idea which setting that could have been?

General Settings:
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DIGI+ Power Control Settings:
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Tweaker's Paradise Settings:
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CPU Power Management:
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Thank you guys for taking the time to look this over and help me out, i'm starting to pull my hair out! If you could maybe post back with your similar settings for this board that'd be great. Thanks!
Edited by blissid - 1/11/14 at 2:57pm
post #2 of 23
I'm pretty much in the same situation. I need ~1.25v for 4.2Ghz which isn't very good. Maybe we just got the bad chips thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
post #3 of 23
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Yea possibly. I read that disabling HT and testing for max clocks during priming would be a nice alternative to lower temps by about ~10c. I'm trying that now and it seems to be working out great. Lowered my temps enough for me to be able to test at 1.330v @ 4.4ghz and i'm actually 1hour into prime stable @ 82c max.

I figure i can find my max stable oc this way then re enable HT for my everyday gaming use and i should be fine as far as stability goes.

But i must admit, unfortunately it seems i wasn't very lucky in my cpu luck of the draw. frown.gif
post #4 of 23
I'm running somewhat stable at 4.4Ghz with 1.35v, though I've only been testing for 15 minutes.
post #5 of 23
Set your Eventual cpu voltage to 1.90 and see if that helps,also disable multicore enhancement
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post #6 of 23
Go back to defaults.

~1.85vrin, vrin llc at a high level

~1.22vcore set, manual mode

~1.15 cache/ring voltage, 33x on cache

Download x264 bench 5.0.1.

You can pass it with core at 37x? 40x? 42x? Work up to your max stable core multiplier for four run x264 bench pass (it does it automatically) without changing any of those voltages or anything else, then you can say what it is and work from there.

Didn't see your last comment, seems you are a little more on your feet - but still do that wink.gif
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post #7 of 23
1.9v vrin and don't even mess with the cache voltage or multiplier. Just adjust vcore and multi
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Go back to defaults.

~1.85vrin, vrin llc at a high level

~1.22vcore set, manual mode

~1.15 cache/ring voltage, 33x on cache

Download x264 bench 5.0.1.

You can pass it with core at 37x? 40x? 42x? Work up to your max stable core multiplier for four run x264 bench pass (it does it automatically) without changing any of those voltages or anything else, then you can say what it is and work from there.

Didn't see your last comment, seems you are a little more on your feet - but still do that wink.gif
I'll give this a go too. Do you recommend the x264 bench over prime95 or AIDA64?
post #9 of 23
Don't use prime,what i use is ROG realbench for some quick and dirty testing then i run about 15 to 20 runs of x264 once i think im stable
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post #10 of 23
Using those settings it bluescreen during run 3 at 4.2Ghz ;(
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