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post #19891 of 22525
Trouble at the well. 4690k

I set my cpu overclock for 4.7ghz, gave it some volts, and away... we did not go. My settings are x47 however the processor displays being locked at 4600 mhz even. All previous overclocking reacts as anticipated up to my current 4.6ghz, the settings I chose worked.
When I run my settings with x46 multiplier it will even throw out the occasional clock of 4666 MHz; as soon as I do multipler x47, the processor will not touch anything over 4.6ghz.

Can I get some help here or do I need to check the motherboard in?

Edit:

Enabled Turbo again and set every timing I could to equal x47. That looked to work however now my gflops are tanking. thinking.gif Actually the gflop problem is probably my 1866 mhz ram.
Edited by g0tsl33p14 - 2/24/16 at 12:03pm
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If I set turbo to 46x the core won't go beyond that, even if turbo is disabled.
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post #19893 of 22525
Huh, I can't say that I know what is in control here either. Good news is I added some Coollabratory Liquid Ultra on my die and my block. Temperatures have never been better and stay below eighty running linpack. The naked Ivy kit should show this week too.
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post #19894 of 22525
Howdy guys,

Since february 3 I have aquired a i5 4690k, coming from a g3258.
The g3258 was a bad ocer, needing 1.375v to do 4.2ghz, not stable (random bsod while gaming or stressing, not 100%). Had to run it @4.1ghz with1.35v 99% stable.
I have a cm 212 hyper evo, with the pentium (oced) I had 30º/33º on idle, high 60'sº / 70s º on load. With the i5 (stock) 15-20º idle, 45-50º load.
The stock voltage was adaptive, lowest was 0.85v 1.14v on load.
I bumped the i5 to 4.2ghz, set voltage to fixed 1.125v (higher than stock idle, lower than stock at load). Posted, logged into windows, stressed it with x264 + gpu portion of occt, 1h30m no issues.Managed to be fully stable with 1.125v until 4.4ghz. 4.5ghz bsoded me. Bumped voltage to 1.23v adaptive, fully stable with max temps either 50s or 57º tops. Ambient temperature between 10º to 15º.
Is this good, or is this normal, being able to oc to 4.5ghz with 1.23v (haven't tried lowering it to see the minimum stable voltage). Coming from a bad g3258, this feels amazing.
I'm not trying a bigger oc due to the mobo being not that good for ocs, being the z97m anniversary. To oc the g3258 on auto oc with 4.2ghz, it would boot the pentium with 1.4v. 4ghz was 1.28v.
post #19895 of 22525
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Originally Posted by warbringerpt View Post

Howdy guys,

Since february 3 I have aquired a i5 4690k, coming from a g3258.
The g3258 was a bad ocer, needing 1.375v to do 4.2ghz, not stable (random bsod while gaming or stressing, not 100%). Had to run it @4.1ghz with1.35v 99% stable.
I have a cm 212 hyper evo, with the pentium (oced) I had 30º/33º on idle, high 60'sº / 70s º on load. With the i5 (stock) 15-20º idle, 45-50º load.
The stock voltage was adaptive, lowest was 0.85v 1.14v on load.
I bumped the i5 to 4.2ghz, set voltage to fixed 1.125v (higher than stock idle, lower than stock at load). Posted, logged into windows, stressed it with x264 + gpu portion of occt, 1h30m no issues.Managed to be fully stable with 1.125v until 4.4ghz. 4.5ghz bsoded me. Bumped voltage to 1.23v adaptive, fully stable with max temps either 50s or 57º tops. Ambient temperature between 10º to 15º.
Is this good, or is this normal, being able to oc to 4.5ghz with 1.23v (haven't tried lowering it to see the minimum stable voltage). Coming from a bad g3258, this feels amazing.
I'm not trying a bigger oc due to the mobo being not that good for ocs, being the z97m anniversary. To oc the g3258 on auto oc with 4.2ghz, it would boot the pentium with 1.4v. 4ghz was 1.28v.

Sounds like a nice upgrade. What are you using to verify stability and load temps? Those are some cold ambient temps, I couldn't game that cold. tongue.gif With temps that low you could probably see what 1.30 vcore will give you.
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Sounds like a nice upgrade. What are you using to verify stability and load temps? Those are some cold ambient temps, I couldn't game that cold. tongue.gif With temps that low you could probably see what 1.30 vcore will give you.

Like I said, either cinebench (just to see the difference in the oc), x264 runs, 10 loops 4 threads normal priority, x264 coupled with occt's gpu test, x264 + heaven benchmark(or valley), converting movies into another format with formatfactory, gaming in general.
Prime95 hammers the cpu hard, max temp I got was 74º. Ignoring prime95 max temps wont go past 57º, mostly hovers around 47-54º.
My fear really is the mobo, 3 power phases. I can't even change vring(I tink that's the one, or input voltage, can't remember).
Like I said, I'm satisfied by the upgrade + oc capabilities of the i5. Didn't know it would be that much of a difference (cinebench score is nearing i7 3770 scores, though the system needs to be formatted). I was thinking to save and buy a i7 4790k, but I mostly game, browse the webs and convert movies. Nothing that a i5 can't do.
Will, however, try 1.3v and see if it boots 4.6ghz(or more).
About gaming with these temps, I'm used to it. The cold air enters through the blind's space and through the wood around the windows. At home everyone is mostly used to the cold, we have some heaters if it really gets cold. But hey, better temps for oc biggrin.gif
Edited by warbringerpt - 2/27/16 at 12:25pm
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Did that even answer a question?
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post #19898 of 22525
Die size in the 4690k is over twice that of the g3258, so you can easily see it be cooler with the same clock and twice the cores.

Delidding really helps the pentium.
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It's amazing how low the CPU voltage can go with power saving settings and an overclock. I'm getting as low as 0.084v and it's surprisingly stable. I'm surprised how it can even do that with no issues.
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post #19900 of 22525
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Originally Posted by benjamen50 View Post

It's amazing how low the CPU voltage can go with power saving settings and an overclock. I'm getting as low as 0.084v and it's surprisingly stable. I'm surprised how it can even do that with no issues.

~0.1v in C-states ?
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