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post #19811 of 22167
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Yes,

What is the difference between INTEL CPU state c7, versus c7s, notice the "s" at the end of c7 in the c7 state, what is the "s" representing there? What is happening with 2 different options for a c7 state, is intel trying to trick computer user here? Is this another safeguard feature to be ignored completely?


Truely,

Teknudox

Hello

I think that you will find this useful : http://www.overclock.net/t/1494449/do-you-have-intel-c-state-disabled-or-enabled
    
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post #19812 of 22167
Can someone please help me out here, I posted this few pages back, hardy any feedback. So many vets and busy thread, I was really hoping for some feedback.
Setup: i5 4690K - GA Z97X UD3H BK - Hyper evo 212 - Corsair Vengeance Pro 8x2 (2400Mhz)

Stock - on full load - Turbo 3.90Ghz @1.139 v

OC - 4.2Ghz
VRIN - 1.800v
VCore - 1.200v
CPU Ring - 1.200v
XMP = Enabled
Manually set Freq - 1600MHz
Manual DRAM Voltage - 1.500V

This setup is stable, with this OC above, full load temps after 30 mins - under 55C
Now I am trying to OC further, but no matter what Vcore voltage I try it not stable at 4.3 or above, am I doing something wrong here? or should I check for other settings? I think I am maybe missing a setting here and there, because it just does not want to OC over 4.2.
I have even tried 4.3 @1.285 vcore but just before 10 mins stress testing in ETU computer just freezes.

4.3 @1.225 - ETU stress test - PC Freeze within 10 mins
4.4 @1.285 - ETU stress test - PC freeze within 10 mins
4.5 @ 1.30 - ETU stress test - PC freeze within 10 mins
Here are my BIOS settings if experts can take a look and suggest how to go higher with my OC

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Appreciate some advise/suggestions from other members

HWiNF064 Logs
OC_42.csv 77k .csv file [/quote]
post #19813 of 22167
Dude, only thing that cause instablity is the System Agent. Set it for +0.150 (offset)
post #19814 of 22167
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Dude, only thing that cause instablity is the System Agent. Set it for +0.150 (offset)

isnt this mainly for RAM? and I have seen a lot of guides and other users OC stats, no one mentions System Agent. I can certainly give it a try.
Thanks
post #19815 of 22167
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Dude, only thing that cause instablity is the System Agent. Set it for +0.150 (offset)

What? Many things cause instability.

Your voltages look reasonable though. VCCSA is one of several things you might try and by smaller steps.

Try lowering your VCCIN so it is about .45 to .5 above your Vcore under load. Try a lower LLC.

Try lowering your ring voltage to 1.15v.
post #19816 of 22167
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Originally Posted by GeneO View Post

What? Many things cause instability.

Your voltages look reasonable though. VCCSA is one of several things you might try and by smaller steps.

Try lowering your VCCIN so it is about .45 to .5 above your Vcore under load. Try a lower LLC.

Try lowering your ring voltage to 1.15v.

Thanks, the settings I posted above are stable, but it is stuck on 4.2 stable, CPU wont go 4.3 or higher no matter how much vcore i increase. What can I do to get high OC?
post #19817 of 22167
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Originally Posted by giffyy View Post

Thanks, the settings I posted above are stable, but it is stuck on 4.2 stable, CPU wont go 4.3 or higher no matter how much vcore i increase. What can I do to get high OC?

Try the things I suggested. Sometimes too high a voltage is as bad as too low.

Since you manually set the memory, you might need to fiddle with timings and voltage,

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post #19818 of 22167
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Thanks, the settings I posted above are stable, but it is stuck on 4.2 stable, CPU wont go 4.3 or higher no matter how much vcore i increase. What can I do to get high OC?

Try the things I suggested. Sometimes too high a voltage is as bad as too low.

Since you manually set the memory, you might need to fiddle with timings and voltage,

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@giffyy I noticed that you said you were using XMP, just what did you change manually?

When using XMP, I leave it alone, it's already set to manufacturers performance specifications... Unless you were trying get more out of the RAM, But then, why would you bother with XMP?
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post #19819 of 22167
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@giffyy I noticed that you said you were using XMP, just what did you change manually?

When using XMP, I leave it alone, it's already set to manufacturers performance specifications... Unless you were trying get more out of the RAM, But then, why would you bother with XMP?

From his posting it looks like XMP is 2400 and he has it set manually to 1600 to get stability
post #19820 of 22167
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Can someone please help me out here, I posted this few pages back, hardy any feedback. So many vets and busy thread, I was really hoping for some feedback. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Setup: i5 4690K - GA Z97X UD3H BK - Hyper evo 212 - Corsair Vengeance Pro 8x2 (2400Mhz)

Stock - on full load - Turbo 3.90Ghz @1.139 v

OC - 4.2Ghz
VRIN - 1.800v
VCore - 1.200v
CPU Ring - 1.200v
XMP = Enabled
Manually set Freq - 1600MHz
Manual DRAM Voltage - 1.500V

This setup is stable, with this OC above, full load temps after 30 mins - under 55C
Now I am trying to OC further, but no matter what Vcore voltage I try it not stable at 4.3 or above, am I doing something wrong here? or should I check for other settings? I think I am maybe missing a setting here and there, because it just does not want to OC over 4.2.
I have even tried 4.3 @1.285 vcore but just before 10 mins stress testing in ETU computer just freezes.

4.3 @1.225 - ETU stress test - PC Freeze within 10 mins
4.4 @1.285 - ETU stress test - PC freeze within 10 mins
4.5 @ 1.30 - ETU stress test - PC freeze within 10 mins
Here are my BIOS settings if experts can take a look and suggest how to go higher with my OC

...
..


Appreciate some advise/suggestions from other members

HWiNF064 Logs
OC_42.csv 77k .csv file


Manually set your uncore to 35x and keep your vring to 1.200v. You can raise and test it later after you find a stable OC

Disable Turbo Boost Technology and set your CPU Clock Ratio manually. You can enable adaptive later after you find a stable OC and its voltage.

Set your vrin to 2.000v. You can test and lower this after you find a stable OC.

Set LLC to Extreme for now and change when you turn adaptive on later if you feel like it.

Set your windows power to extreme performance if you haven't yet. You can still set the minimum processor state to 5% to get it to downclock, or you can wait till you enable adaptive voltage when you are that step.

You might want to try different tests. I start easy and work my way to harder ones. I run a quick cinebench, then realbench stress for 15 min, if that passes I run OCCT:Linpack for 30 min.

Your temps are really good, you should be able to eek a little more out. Once you get a stable higher OC and the voltages try to raise the uncore and retest, then you can lower the input and ring voltages if you want to. I'll try to find the video about re-enabling adaptive voltage on GB mobos, or I can walk you through it later.

Good luck!thumb.gif
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