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post #19641 of 22336
Yep, as i thought there was nothing wrong with my 4.8/1.31v clock, i have my 290 installed now and everything is working flawlessly, no bsods. I even had the ram at 2200mhz when i was playing bf4, but time will tell.
post #19642 of 22336
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Originally Posted by reptileexperts View Post

Ok, so I just switched coolers from a 120mm radiator corsair to a 240mm Swiftech H220 x2 Prestige (Noise Blocker eLoop Fans). I can sustain 4.9 ghz on 1.299 V at the current moment, and my max temps under xtu bench mark hit 76. There is definitely thermal headroom, should get greater once I add my case fans back to normal amounts and the thermal paste settles. . . Question is this.

I can post at 5.0ghz with 1.315 v and finish a benchmark in firestrike extreme / ultra - however, if I try and run Cinebench / realbench tests, it crashes with the low voltage error. I have not attempted to push my vCore past the 1.32 limit after reading some of the voltage limits that folks hit, and wanting to ensure the longevity of my processor. . . How dangerous is it to approach the 1.35V mark in regards to the life span of the devils canyon? Has any more information surfaced regarding this. @ 1.35 I should have no issues being stable at 5.0 ghz, but it just feels like a high voltage.

This, of course, would not be my 24/7 clocks - those are reserved for 4.7ghz @ 1.21V which maxes around 61 C under extreme stress (encoding in handbrake).

Thoughts?

You may have a voltage wall after 4.9GHz, it takes mine @ 4.9 1.35v to complete IBT AVX at Very High, the same for 2 hours of RealBench...

Second, more vCore son, more vCore!... In order for my Delidded 4790K to pass IBT AVX @ 5GHZ it takes 1.498 vCore! (on a Maximus VII Formula) ... Of coarse I don't run this all the time or for any great amount of time, just to pass certain benchies and stability tests...

Next, who says there is a 1.32 vCore limit? If you're trying to go 5GHz stable, you may just hit that voltage wall that I've hit... It will probably take more than 1.35 vCore, to be stable, on any stress or benchie ...

Enjoy the damn thing, don't worry about short term higher vCore, within reason, of coarse...
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post #19643 of 22336
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Hey, yeah well. I don't have the x264 test yet. where can I find it? The XTU Benchmark puts a lot of stress on the CPU though. I did run AIDA 64 stress test for a couple of minutes (Ambient Temp around 20 degrees). And although I had a spark of 70 degrees, no idea where that came from, temps seems to be fine (Don't forget, I have to put more Vcore into my Chip than you do for 4.7 Ghz) . As you can see, I have connected my H110 Fans to the mainboard directly (PWM) since I dont have a second USB Header so I cannot use the Link software. I have 2 H110 Fans connected to CPU 1 and 2 on the mainboard. I have 2 Noctua PWM 12 cm fans as case fans (PWM controlled by mainboard) plus another front original Fractal Design fan (3 pin only). All my fans are set in the Bios to go at max once temperatures reaches 60 degrees (maybe that's why the 70 degrees spike). redface.gif I'm still afraid I'm gonna blow my mainboard up with those voltages. As you can see, the package on HWInfo reaches 1.320v max. My board clocks out at manual 1.299v. I hope it can take it though. biggrin.gif Guess I'm gonna find out what "Military Class 4" is all about biggrin.gif

Thanks for participating, always nice to exchange experience. The x264 V2.06 can be found on the first post of the Skylake thread. I always use it with the latest binaries.
I cannot see your version of AIDA64 + there's a new version of HWiNFO64 - always best to get the latest beta of this tool. Sorry, I might have missed it: are you using your AIO's factory (Corsair) fans?

My effort:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ambient (room) temperature = 18C
Corsair's factory TIM

Another o/c profile:
x48, Adaptive VCore = 1.290V, in the BIOS.
Cache x44, Adaptive Cache V = 1.240V, in the BIOS.


Thank you. thumb.gif
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You have 16GB of memory. The OS needs a 1-2GB minimum to run. So you have 14 or so GB free. When you tell realbench to use 16GB, it will fail because you only have 14 or so free.

It would really help if you posted exactly what the errors say. If you ask for too much memory, it should display that you don't have enough at the bottom of the Real bench window.
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This is what's happening up till 8Gbs memory, when I ask for 16Gb it says not enough memory, change pagefile size etc....

I brought this up cause of previous versions working....
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You may have a voltage wall after 4.9GHz, it takes mine @ 4.9 1.35v to complete IBT AVX at Very High, the same for 2 hours of RealBench...

Second, more vCore son, more vCore!... In order for my Delidded 4790K to pass IBT AVX @ 5GHZ it takes 1.498 vCore! (on a Maximus VII Formula) ... Of coarse I don't run this all the time or for any great amount of time, just to pass certain benchies and stability tests...

Next, who says there is a 1.32 vCore limit? If you're trying to go 5GHz stable, you may just hit that voltage wall that I've hit... It will probably take more than 1.35 vCore, to be stable, on any stress or benchie ...

Enjoy the damn thing, don't worry about short term higher vCore, within reason, of coarse...

Am enjoying it ;-) but do enter the territory of higher voltages with caution. Lots of fail safes in place, but still . . . guess I'll push 1.35 @ 5.0ghz tonight and see where we go.
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Put this here as a place holder the I7-4970K. Thats in the box waiting for its mobo. What's a good voltage and timings for 4.5 GHZ. I have a custom water cooler and Asus Sabertooth Mark 1. Doing away with the FX9590 and Sabertooth.
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I'm really starting to get annoyed by the random machine check exception bsods i have. It is by far the most common bsod when i test 4.9-5.0. I have been stable at 4.8/1.31v for weeks, lot's testing and hours of bf4, no problem, but today i got a 'machine check exception' bsod mad.gif. Can't really locate the problem, i have tested lot's of configurations.

Look up windbg should show up with debugging tools for windows - Grab the symbols also . Run it should help you debug your problem at least put you in the right direction.
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Look up windbg should show up with debugging tools for windows - Grab the symbols also . Run it should help you debug your problem at least put you in the right direction.
Will remember that if i get any problems in the future, but i haven't had any bsods after i switched back to my 290.
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Thanks for participating, always nice to exchange experience. The x264 V2.06 can be found on the first post of the Skylake thread. I always use it with the latest binaries.
I cannot see your version of AIDA64 + there's a new version of HWiNFO64 - always best to get the latest beta of this tool. Sorry, I might have missed it: are you using your AIO's factory (Corsair) fans?

My effort:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ambient (room) temperature = 18C
Corsair's factory TIM

Another o/c profile:
x48, Adaptive VCore = 1.290V, in the BIOS.
Cache x44, Adaptive Cache V = 1.240V, in the BIOS.


Thank you. thumb.gif

My AIDA64 Extreme version is 5.0. Yeah, I'm using the Corsair fans (2x 140mm PWM). smile.gif
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Raising dram or sa sometimes helps with my machine bsods. But I get them interchangeably with clock and sometimes it's just vcore.

One theory I have is that not enough input voltage can lead to any voltage falling, which sometimes gives machine.
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