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OMG. So I am in love with Intel.Why have I not switched before hand.
My 4690k runs stock at 1.002v(trying to go lower but havent had a chance to)
I Idle at 28-30c and Load is 56c...

My plan is to try to get it as low as possible on the VID and temps. then overclock from there.

Is stock @ 1.002v decent or can it go lower?

That doesn't really make sense. "Stock" includes boost settings for multiple clocks; thus one single voltage doesn't make sense.

My 4690k, which I believe to be slightly below average, does 39x at 1.00v. 40x takes 1.03v which is both cooler and faster than stock settings.
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That doesn't really make sense. "Stock" includes boost settings for multiple clocks; thus one single voltage doesn't make sense.

My 4690k, which I believe to be slightly below average, does 39x at 1.00v. 40x takes 1.03v which is both cooler and faster than stock settings.
I havent done anything other than Drop the VID. Ive been working all day. Ill do proper overclocking tonight
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Is stock @ 1.002v decent or can it go lower?

Sounds good, mine had a 1.005VID and ran 4.9@1.328V 2x15min 1344k in 27.9
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I just found Z97X Gaming 5 from Gigabyte has a true 8 phase digital VRM, which is relly good considering it's a mid-range, not premium board. But I know ASRock's BIOS layout very well, I own a Z77 Ext 4 and OCing 2500K was really easy. Hard to decide....

- Consult this, if you haven't already.
That's the reason why I got my board. It is usually at the same price range as the ASRock Z97 Extreme6 which is 6+doubler.

Also, they have a couple errors on that page.
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That's the reason why I got my board. It is usually at the same price range as the ASRock Z97 Extreme6 which is 6+doubler.

Also, they have a couple errors on that page.

Sure, sure, even Sin might need to get his list updated! This is why later I suggest him to "Contact the Technical Support (of any manufacturer you will decide to invest your cash)." Because as a potential customer he will feel their services... And, of course, he will find out the truth first hand, from the source.

As for the Extreme6 being 6+doubler, as you say it, for as long as I've owned it "6+doubler" has never caused me any issues. I'm not defending it. I'm just stating a fact I have personally observed.
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I wasn't saying there is anything wrong with a 6/doubler, it comes down to brand loyalty or preference there. A few times the Gaming 5 dropped to a cheaper price than the Extreme6. Then back to be more again.
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post #15257 of 21228
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I wasn't saying there is anything wrong with a 6/doubler, it comes down to brand loyalty or preference there. A few times the Gaming 5 dropped to a cheaper price than the Extreme6. Then back to be more again.

Okay smile.gif

But the guy is communicating from Poland whereas you are writing from Dayton, Ohio smile.gif
Anyways, I'm sure he'll decide the best - IF he will follow all the advice given to him. thumb.gif


Ehm...redface.gif

I have an off topic question for @aerotracks - ehmm, really sorry for the off topic then redface.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
- Which are the most important Memory Timings besides the primary ones?
So, besides CL, tRCD, tRP and tRAS

Edited by LostParticle - 3/27/15 at 3:23pm
    
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Tertiaries are pretty important, you want tRDRD 4 for nice AIDA Memory Benchmark results. If you want to go into detail, you should find out what kind of IC is to be found on your DIMMs - if it's one that's used for competetive benching, you can look at the various 4G/5G Super Pi 32M threads for timings. Then there's ICs that will not go beyond specs, no reason to bother there, just leave them @XMP.
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Tertiaries are pretty important, you want tRDRD 4 for nice AIDA Memory Benchmark results. If you want to go into detail, you should find out what kind of IC is to be found on your DIMMs - if it's one that's used for competetive benching, you can look at the various 4G/5G Super Pi 32M threads for timings. Then there's ICs that will not go beyond specs, no reason to bother there, just leave them @XMP.

Thank you smile.gif

I've just checked my tRDRD and it was set on Auto. The value next to it was already showing "4". Then I've manually set it to 4 and I got the same results as when it was on Auto :
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I plan to check out my ICs next time I will open my chassis for cleaning. Any other suggestion - timing I could play with until then?

Thanks again thumb.gif
Edited by LostParticle - 3/27/15 at 5:05pm
    
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ICs are prolly Double sided Samsung. But you can check just to be sure.
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