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So i'm 7hrs prime stable @ 4.4ghz @ 1.300v in bios. The funny thing is, is that if i switch all the power options i edited back to default and try to prime, ill crash. I actually need to mess with all those settings in order to be stable.

Ill switch over to x264 and start using that as my new stability tester. thanks
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I'll give this a go too. Do you recommend the x264 bench over prime95 or AIDA64?

Yes. And not too much VRIN or vcore
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Seems the x264 bench is much better for finding instability. I can't even pass 4.4Ghz with 1.36v frown.gif
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Seems the x264 bench is much better for finding instability. I can't even pass 4.4Ghz with 1.36v frown.gif

What is your vrin at?
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What is your vrin at?
2.0
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2.0

Go back into this bios, Under "Overclocking presets". Try a 4.4Ghz preset
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Go back into this bios, Under "Overclocking presets". Try a 4.4Ghz preset
It just sets everything to auto, with multiplier x44. Vcore goes to 1.43v.
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Seems the x264 bench is much better for finding instability. I can't even pass 4.4Ghz with 1.36v frown.gif

DId you do what i said? That is; what core multi with those settings, without throwing voltage levels and changing other settings that can cause all kinds of other problems? Few people in this thread, but it seems a general trend to throw stuff out the window and immediately try to use as much vcore as cooling can handle, when that's not a good way to OC haswell at all IMO. There's no way i would have stabilized higher clocks without working ground up
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It just sets everything to auto, with multiplier x44. Vcore goes to 1.43v.

manually set the Vcore to 1.30v and test for stability
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DId you do what i said? That is; what core multi with those settings, without throwing voltage levels and changing other settings that can cause all kinds of other problems? Few people in this thread, but it seems a general trend to throw stuff out the window and immediately try to use as much vcore as cooling can handle, when that's not a good way to OC haswell at all IMO. There's no way i would have stabilized higher clocks without working ground up
Yes at 1.22v it was stable at 41 multiplier, but not 42.
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