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post #18581 of 22515
Well did a retest of my 4.9GHz profile with 4.3GHz cache this time vs 4.1GHz. Other than cache ratio change I did no other changes from my previous profile smile.gif .
My bios settings for 4.9 4.3 2400MHz 1T (Click to show)
All I change in bios from defaults:-

Ai Overclock Tuner [Auto]->[XMP]
1-Core Ratio Limit [Auto]->[49]
Min. CPU Cache Ratio [Auto]->[43]
Max. CPU Cache Ratio [Auto]->[43]
DRAM Command Rate [2]->[1]
VRM Spread Spectrum [Enabled]->[Disabled]
CPU Core Voltage [Auto]->[Adaptive Mode]
CPU Core Voltage Offset [Auto]->[0.001]
Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage [Auto]->[1.254]
CPU Cache Voltage [Auto]->[Manual Mode]
CPU Cache Voltage Override [Auto]->[1.100]
CPU Spread Spectrum [Auto]->[Disabled]
SVID Support [Auto]->[Enabled]
CPU C-States [Auto]->[Enabled]
RealBench Stress mode 8hrs (Click to show)

Gotta admit really chuffed with this new i5, basically after me having retested 4.8 / 4.3 it probably had about 1hrs break, a session of gaming and then fired up the RB stress test and then went for a 24hr F@H run.
F@H CPU/GPU 24hrs (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by v1ral View Post

Correction.. I meant 1.14.. lulz..

What cache ratio you using? and CPU clock?
Edited by gupsterg - 10/29/15 at 2:18am
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I'm running my i5 at 4.7 ghz with 1.25v at the moment. But still testing. Can't really stabilize 4.8 and 4.9, which to me seems strange, while i can get 4.7 rock stable. But this cpu seems to like to run with low input voltage, i found around 1.6v was the best and llc at auto. With this 4.7 clock under load the cpu is around high 40's and low 50's, with some spikes to the upper 50's.

EDIT: Bluescreens can be help too it seems like. No matter what i do i get the 101 bsod when i try my 4.9. Atleast it isn't realted to vcore then and that explains why addin vcore doesn't help
Edited by fyzzz - 10/29/15 at 3:09am
post #18583 of 22515
Hi all,

I managed to get a stable 4.7 with 1.27Vcore and stock cache at 4Ghz with 1.15Vcache with normal temps( max 72 on 3 loops of realbench )

the bad is 4.8 require more than 1.32 :S ... and 4.9 pumps Vcore on 1.38 or more.. is that normal?? am i missing something ? confused

Also.. how best proceed with ram?? am running at 2400 XMP.. i want to go with 1 command rate instead of 2.. but it just wont boot on that speed..
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Thread Starter 

Just going through the club entries folks, got about 60 100 entries to do.  On another note this club now has over 500 members and has been viewed over 800,000 times!

 

Bear with me while I get us all up to date :thumb: 

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post #18585 of 22515
Quote:
Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Well did a retest of my 4.9GHz profile with 4.3GHz cache this time vs 4.1GHz. Other than cache ratio change I did no other changes from my previous profile smile.gif .
My bios settings for 4.9 4.3 2400MHz 1T (Click to show)
All I change in bios from defaults:-

Ai Overclock Tuner [Auto]->[XMP]
1-Core Ratio Limit [Auto]->[49]
Min. CPU Cache Ratio [Auto]->[43]
Max. CPU Cache Ratio [Auto]->[43]
DRAM Command Rate [2]->[1]
VRM Spread Spectrum [Enabled]->[Disabled]
CPU Core Voltage [Auto]->[Adaptive Mode]
CPU Core Voltage Offset [Auto]->[0.001]
Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage [Auto]->[1.254]
CPU Cache Voltage [Auto]->[Manual Mode]
CPU Cache Voltage Override [Auto]->[1.100]
CPU Spread Spectrum [Auto]->[Disabled]
SVID Support [Auto]->[Enabled]
CPU C-States [Auto]->[Enabled]
RealBench Stress mode 8hrs (Click to show)

Gotta admit really chuffed with this new i5, basically after me having retested 4.8 / 4.3 it probably had about 1hrs break, a session of gaming and then fired up the RB stress test and then went for a 24hr F@H run.
F@H CPU/GPU 24hrs (Click to show)
What cache ratio you using? and CPU clock?
Cache is x40 core is x47/x48*testing both
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Thread Starter 

The club spreadsheet is up to date - 29/10/2015.

 

For new members, please try to follow the other entry formats in the club.  It makes updating the spreadsheet much easier.

 

thanks!

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Is it normal for wattage to be higher when lowering VCCIN*i forgot what hwinfo's name for it* but it fluctautes at higher levels when going down. This has prolly been discussed already.
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post #18588 of 22515
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Originally Posted by v1ral View Post

Is it normal for wattage to be higher when lowering VCCIN*i forgot what hwinfo's name for it* but it fluctautes at higher levels when going down. This has prolly been discussed already.

That is correct. The wattage appears higher with lower input voltages. It is possibly a product of the motherboards algorithm for calculating wattage based on current, as there doesn't seem to be any more heat generated. This has not been confirmed as far as I know.
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That is correct. The wattage appears higher with lower input voltages. It is possibly a product of the motherboards algorithm for calculating wattage based on current, as there doesn't seem to be any more heat generated. This has not been confirmed as far as I know.
And this doesnt pose any kind of issues?
Another i noticed as well is that cinebench scores are going higher the lower the VCCIN i put in the bios.
Is there a stopping point besides the obvious BSOD wgen messing with VCCIN?

Also, has anyine wiyh MSI boards mess with the memory overclock feature in the bios? I yried the 2400Mhz profile anf ran superPI and passed the 32m tests.
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And this doesnt pose any kind of issues?
Another i noticed as well is that cinebench scores are going higher the lower the VCCIN i put in the bios.
Is there a stopping point besides the obvious BSOD wgen messing with VCCIN?

Also, has anyine wiyh MSI boards mess with the memory overclock feature in the bios? I yried the 2400Mhz profile anf ran superPI and passed the 32m tests.

On my board if I lower input voltage it reports higher wattage. However temps and performance and actual wattage (per kill a watt) all remain unchanged. It's just a bios bug. I believe <<wattage>>/1.75*<<vccin>> is the correct wattage, where 1.75 is the default vccin. I would guess this varies by board but others have reported the same thing.

Raising vccin too high can obviously be bad; that's the voltage given to the whole chip. Lowering it too far should be harmless - after all, it has 0 volts when the chip is off...
Edited by jdorje - 10/29/15 at 1:42pm
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