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Well IMO nailed 4.6 / 4.1 with 1.080v in bios with new i5 vs 1.27v for original i5. Still using 1.10v CPU cache voltage.
12hr F@H plus P95 28.7 benchmark (Click to show)


Now venturing into new territory for my rig, 4.7GHz biggrin.gif .
So far done 2hrs RB & 10hrs and counting F@H, 4.7 / 4.1 @ 1.125v / 1.10v. (Click to show)

I did notice when selected 47 cpu multiplier board automatically disabled SVID support with option set to "Auto" in bios. The telltale signs were mobo doing a full shutdown and reboot after selecting 47 ratio and also HWiNFO no longer reporting CPU Package Power correctly and no IA Cores Power reading at all.

In screenshot for the RB test above for 4.7 SVID support set "Auto" in bios but disabled by it, F@H test above is me manually enabling it as wanted TDP figures. After reading some info on this option I felt as not overclocking BCLK I would enable it.

Anyone have thoughts on SVID support on / off?
And i thought my i5 was pretty good at 4.7 ghz at 1.25v...Great chip there!
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Cheers mate! thumb.gif .

I lucked out first on purchase price, etailer had it £148.98, via bespoke offers got it for £134.39. Then a cashback site if I made purchase via Bespoke was giving me 15% back (£20.15). Due to the "job" I do, I also got rebate of £26.88 via my "books" so in the end cost £87.36.

I really couldn't let the opportunity to buy again go by! biggrin.gif , this 1 is really making me feel I may touch 5GHz! if it doesn't still happy so far wink.gif .

I've manged this on air, no excessive fan spin up as well smile.gif , for everyday use gonna be very quiet IMO.

Did a few mods to my Silverstone Temjin 06 over the years I've owned it. It now has mesh side panel, 2x SSD bay. Ripped the 3.5" outward facing cages to create space for 2x 140mm fans, also modded in some 2x 92mm fans where the upper level HDD cage is.
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My modded SSTJ06 (Click to show)

Not as bling as other's rigs I've seen on net but does me ok. Wish I could route the 24pin cable behind mobo tray but only got 1cm space to work with between tray and side panel.
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Cheers mate! thumb.gif .
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I lucked out first on purchase price, etailer had it £148.98, via bespoke offers got it for £134.39. Then a cashback site if I made purchase via Bespoke was giving me 15% back (£20.15). Due to the "job" I do, I also got rebate of £26.88 via my "books" so in the end cost £87.36.

I really couldn't let the opportunity to buy again go by! biggrin.gif , this 1 is really making me feel I may touch 5GHz! if it doesn't still happy so far wink.gif .

I've manged this on air, no excessive fan spin up as well smile.gif , for everyday use gonna be very quiet IMO.

Did a few mods to my Silverstone Temjin 06 over the years I've owned it. It now has mesh side panel, 2x SSD bay. Ripped the 3.5" outward facing cages to create space for 2x 140mm fans, also modded in some 2x 92mm fans where the upper level HDD cage is.
Stock case (Click to show)

My modded SSTJ06 (Click to show)

Not as bling as other's rigs I've seen on net but does me ok. Wish I could route the 24pin cable behind mobo tray but only got 1cm space to work with between tray and side panel
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Custom split and shroud your 24-cable sheath. Is a pretty case, very bomb proof.
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gupsterg, you have a really nice sample. Check this I5 from a couple of months back from SynchronicBoot.

1.257v for 4.9Ghz
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For the non-believers, this is what Asus' TPU chip and Autotune did on that golden chip I picked up retail. It was pretty exciting watching what it could come up with for max clock.






This is where it ended up. This is very stable and the voltages are very low and the temps are also low. I was able to achieve higher clocks, but at the expense of more voltage and temps.



Edited by Thrillsy - 9/29/15 at 1:45am
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all those clock without input voltage


If you put input at 2.3v and input 1.2v im sure you can clock high rolleyes.gif ( i think if i understand well how it work
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Custom split and shroud your 24-cable sheath. Is a pretty case, very bomb proof.

Cheers! will look into this thumb.gif .

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gupsterg, you have a really nice sample. Check this I5 from a couple of months back from SynchronicBoot.

1.257v for 4.9Ghz

Thank you and cheers for info! thumb.gif, read the posts and a few after that and will perhaps try the Asus "AutoTune".

This new i5 I got initial testing at bios defaults showed reading of 1.020v vcore when doing x264 / xtu in HWiNFO, bios with EIST / C-States disabled showed 0.944. These bios defaults allowed 4.3 4.1, did 10 loops x264, 60min RB, 4hr F@H plus other quick tests.

4.4 4.1 was 1.010v set in bios, besides other tests longest done was 24hr F@H, manually stopped.
4.5 4.1 was 1.045v set in bios, besides other tests longest done was 46.5hr F@H, manually stopped.
4.6 4.1 was 1.080v set in bios, besides other tests longest done was 12hr F@H, manually stopped.
4.7 4.1 was 1.125v set in bios, besides other tests has been doing F@H 29.5hr and will stop later tonight perhaps.

All tests are bios defaults except using adaptive voltage, EIST, C-States enabled, XMP 2400MHz 1T, CPU Cache voltage 1.10v.
4.7 4.1 @ 1.125v 28hr and counting F@H (Click to show)

Reading SynchronicBoot required 1.257 @ 4.9 and how this chip is scaling I'm hoping to do that at lower vcore, but may start hitting too high a temp for my liking, if I don't hit an OC wall redface.gif.

So far with room ambient temp of 23-24c highest core temp has been 68c using F@H. 70c was what chip hit when doing P95 28.7 benchmark when using 4.6GHz profile, later tonight will try P95 v28.7 with 4.7 profile, I reckon I may hit 75c.
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all those clock without input voltage

If you put input at 2.3v and input 1.2v im sure you can clock high rolleyes.gif ( i think if i understand well how it work

I don't think I need 2.3v CPU input voltage (VCCIN), why I say that is I've read a few recommendations by say Raja@Asus and pro overclockers that 0.4 - 0.5v higher than you VCORE is sufficient for VCCIN. My bios default for that voltage is 1.8xxv therefore enough for 1.3-1.4 vcore which I hope I don't get upto redface.gif.

1.2v for CPU cache is pointless IMO if it doesn't need it, this chip defaults to 1.10v so far that has been fine. My old i5 defaulted to 1.2v I was able to lower that for overclocks of 4.4 to 4.6 cpu clock and 4.1 - 4.3 cpu cache clock, tested over many hours of F@H and other tests.

Cheers for input and reading posts smile.gif .
Edited by gupsterg - 9/29/15 at 9:47am
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Cheers! will look into this thumb.gif .
Cheers for info! thumb.gif, read the posts and a few after that and will perhaps try the Asus "AutoTune", thank you.

This new i5 I got initial testing at bios defaults showed reading of 1.020v vcore when doing x264 / xtu in HWiNFO, bios with EIST / C-States disabled showed 0.944. These bios defaults allowed 4.3 4.1, did 10 loops x264, 60min RB, 4hr F@H plus other quick tests.

4.4 4.1 was 1.010v set in bios, besides other tests longest done was 24hr F@H, manually stopped.
4.5 4.1 was 1.045v set in bios, besides other tests longest done was 46.5hr F@H, manually stopped.
4.6 4.1 was 1.080v set in bios, besides other tests longest done was 12hr F@H, manually stopped.
4.7 4.1 was 1.125v set in bios, besides other tests has been doing F@H 29.5hr and will stop later tonight perhaps.

All tests are bios defaults except using adaptive voltage, EIST, C-States enabled, XMP 2400MHz 1T, CPU Cache voltage 1.10v.
4.7 4.1 @ 1.125v 28hr and counting F@H (Click to show)

Reading SynchronicBoot required 1.257 @ 4.9 and how this chip is scaling I'm hoping to do that at lower vcore, but may start hitting too high a temp for my liking, if I don't hit an OC wall redface.gif.

So far with room ambient temp of 23-24c highest core temp has been 68c using F@H. 70c was what chip hit when doing P95 28.7 benchmark when using 4.6GHz profile, later tonight will try P95 v28.7 with 4.7 profile, I reckon I may hit 75c.
I don't think I need 2.3v CPU input voltage (VCCIN), why I say that is I've read a few recommendations by say Raja@Asus and pro overclockers that 0.4 - 0.5v higher than you VCORE is sufficient for VCCIN. My bios default for that voltage is 1.8xxv therefore enough for 1.3-1.4 vcore which I hope I don't get upto redface.gif.

1.2v for CPU cache is pointless if it doesn't need it, this chip defaults to 1.10v so far that has been fine. My old i5 defaulted to 1.2v I was able to lower that for overclocks of 4.4 to 4.6 cpu clock and 4.1 - 4.3 cpu cache clock.

Cheers for input and reading posts smile.gif .



auto on voltage input will increase with vcore well my msi do.


But yet this chip is still awesome biggrin.gif

I need 1.97v input and 1.375v for 4.9 and 1.3v auto input for 4.7
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Many thanks for your praise on chip and your chip's info thumb.gif.

CPU Cache Voltage on my Asus Maximus VII Ranger does increase if set to Auto and you up CPU Cache ratio manually from default value. Here is link to thread with details of testing with my original i5.

Input voltage does not increase when set to Auto, the experience I gained with my old i5 has helped in a way, a) to know how bios/board react b) for some bios settings I played with.

Cheers for the heads up though wink.gif , I do like to input as much settings as I can manually smile.gif .

Will be aiming for higher CPU Cache Clock later but had been sticking to OCs of CPU / Cache clocks to compare new vs original i5.
Edited by gupsterg - 9/29/15 at 11:13am
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Many thanks for your praise on chip and your chip's info thumb.gif.

CPU Cache Voltage on my Asus Maximus VII Ranger does increase if set to Auto and you up CPU Cache ratio manually from default value. Here is link to thread with details of testing with my original i5.

Input voltage does not increase when set to Auto, the experience I gained with my old i5 has helped in a way, a) to know how bios/board react b) for some bios settings I played with.

Cheers for the heads up though wink.gif , I do like to input as much settings as I can manually smile.gif .

Will be aiming for higher CPU Cache Clock later but had been sticking to OCs of CPU / Cache clocks to compare new vs original i5.




happy to share and learn smile.gif


Take care with cache i set it to 40 4ghz because i dont want to corrupt my windows trying to test it ahah
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Cheers for info smile.gif , indeed also here to learn & share wink.gif .

I'll be honest I've been using same Win7 x64 install since building rig in Jan 15, had plenty of BSODs from meddling with CPU overclocking and editing bios of my 290X. So far not needed to do full reinstall or recover OS, in a way been lazy about perhaps doing a fresh install but I thought if it's perhaps a little buggy it would sort of really test stability of an OC (if I'm making sense of thought in my head redface.gif).

43 (1.20v) with about 4.5GHz IIRC was what I tested with my original chip, anything above 43 was causing erratic behavior.
Edited by gupsterg - 9/29/15 at 11:32am
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Ryzen 7 1700 Asus Crosshair VI Hero Sapphire Fury X@1145/545 G.Skill Trident Z 2x 8GB 3200MHz C14 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Samsung Evo 840 ThermalRight Archon IB-E X2 + 2x TY143 ThermalRight TY-143 2x front case intake Arctic Cooling F12 + 2x F9 as rear case exhaust 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win 7 Pro x64 / Win 10 Pro x64 Asus MG279Q Cherry MX-Board 3.0 Cooler Master V850 
CaseMouse
SilverStone TJ06 Logitech G700S 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 4690K@4.9GHz 1.255V Asus Maximus VII Ranger Sapphire Fury X@1145/545 HyperX Savage 2x8GB 2400MHz C11 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung Evo 840 TR Archon SB-E X2 Win 7 Pro x64 / Win 10 x64 Asus MG279Q 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Cherry MX-Board 3.0 Cooler Master V850 SilverStone TJ06 Logitech G700S 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Q6600 G0 Asus P5K Premium Black Pearl Sapphire Toxic HD5850 Corsair Dominator 4GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
Crucial MX 100 256GB TR TRUE Rev.A Win 7 Pro x64 Cooler Master V650 
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