It's not digging it. Trying 1.54v RAM.
EDIT: Nope, its MOAR Vcc thats needed, eerk!
EDIT EDIT: OK - so 1.4V in BIOS is needed giving a loaded of 1.392-1.376* for 4.4GHz [200x22 only] and this is with 3600 Uncore @1.315v. Stable enough to Run Cinebench several times, but at a guess a last Vcc bump would stabilise it in Prime/IBT, however that's only going to send it over 95C so I think I'll save that until I have given the chip a quick smoothing with 1200grit.
Scores vs My 4GHz/3200UCores: [NB this is also with antivirus and explorer and other processes killed]
Single thread: from 120 to 134 [+11.2%]
Multi Thread : from 906 to 1021 [+12.7%]
Open GL : 87 to 122 [this can't be right*]
So, uhh, unless I find my framerate in gaming is up 40% Certainly didn't seem-to!
Framerate is going to be <12% higher, maybe, more like 5%, then the >4GHz argument is looking weak for practicality, UNLESS you have a chip so golden it's good for 4.4 at safe volts etc (I read that is possible on Wikipedia, so it must be true
Hmmm, should I just leave it set-up like this and see how long it lasts??
* Maybe I should DMM this. Afraid-to, heh.
DMM is 1.42-1.45 Loaded. This is behind the CPU socket, as shown above. There's still no way to measure the voltage on the cores, which will also be lower than outside the CPU package because of the effective network of resistors that the wiring within the chip makes. Still, it's brutal and @Kana-Maru
is more righter than me on the voltages
Don't try this at home, kids.Edited by gofasterstripes - 2/11/16 at 2:56am