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post #20581 of 22515
If i apply my xmp profile, my motherboard sets vccsa to like +0.400 (about 1.25v total). But i also have 16gb of Trident x 2800 ram, so it needs alot of vccsa to even be able to boot into windows.
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I got an i5 4690k today and I'm pretty excited...I'm at 4.4ghz / 1.175v on adaptive voltage mode, so according to CoreTemp actually 1.1779v under load. Ran Prime95 FFT's @ 1344 in place. One core hit 74C the rest 70C and under...I may shoot for 4.6ghz a bit later on. But FPS in GTAV went up through the roof compared to my old i3 4170. With a gtx 960 and 144hz panel, around 40%-50% better framerates in the busy downtown areas now. I know that game is super CPU-bound

Question about the EVGA bronze series PSU's, I have a 500w edition. I heard they were supposed to be haswell ready but did not pass the ultra low power-states test. Should I use C6 package only? If I never put my computer to sleep, will it matter?
I use C6 package because I've had troubles with C7 due to my GPU I believe, the PC wouldn't wake up from sleep sometimes.
I don't remember what the PSU needs to do to be certified for some such but most PSUs are fine with supplying zero power.

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I have 4690K, 2400MHz/CL11 RAM, IOA 1.160V, IOD 1.208V, SA 1.128V, these are set automatically by UEFI when I use XMP on my RAM. It runs fine for years. You can always try seeing what the auto value is and then lower it if you want it lower.
post #20583 of 22515
Four successful passes @ 4.5ghz / 1.215v now....1.200v = instant clock_watchdog_timeout BSOD...temps are +/- 70C with my Maelstrom 120k AIO cooler

So not a perfect chip, but not a dud either. I also don't want to push too far with this board MSI z97 PC Mate. Less power phase than say a gaming 7 I think
Edited by zipzop - 5/30/16 at 2:59pm
post #20584 of 22515
Not bad, I get 4690K 4.5GHz 1.200V but not 365 stable so I use 1.230V for 24/7/365 stable, 4.6Ghz used to be 1.280V but not 365 stable, 1.300V works I believe as 365 stable but the power and temperature goes way higher than 4.5GHz, just not worth it with this big jump in voltage. 4.7GHz did run Cinebench but no 24/7 stable at a reasonable voltage.

You want to run a few hours of x264 or Handbrake to test the 4.5Ghz, find the limit of stability and then add a few mV like 0.025V = 25mV on top of that for safety.
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It has taken me forever but I finally got my PC up and running. Stock VID is 1.037v. Excited to give it a boost. I tried using Asus 5 way optimization it actually managed to pass 5.0ghz without a problem before it crashed at 5.1ghz. Really don't understand how the optimization works it stayed at the same voltage throughout the entire test (1.275 or something I cant remember exactly). It ended up setting it to 4.6ghz after crash reboot, really not sure why so I just reset to default and plan to overclock myself. I have been having issues with GPU driver crashes though for some reason so I am trying to figure that out before I mess with the overclock anymore. Anyone understand how the 5 way optimization actually works? Seems weird.
Edited by dmfree88 - 5/31/16 at 12:57am
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post #20586 of 22515
The automatic OC tools have their own dumb algorithm to increase and limit voltage and clocks while running some sub par bench in between.
I find it faster to just go manual than any of these wanna be OC tools. They should work well when done right, OCing is nothing more than a monkey job but they often don't use the right settings and procedure :/
post #20587 of 22515
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It has taken me forever but I finally got my PC up and running. Stock VID is 1.037v. Excited to give it a boost. I tried using Asus 5 way optimization it actually managed to pass 5.0ghz without a problem before it crashed at 5.1ghz. Really don't understand how the optimization works it stayed at the same voltage throughout the entire test (1.275 or something I cant remember exactly). It ended up setting it to 4.6ghz after crash reboot, really not sure why so I just reset to default and plan to overclock myself. I have been having issues with GPU driver crashes though for some reason so I am trying to figure that out before I mess with the overclock anymore. Anyone understand how the 5 way optimization actually works? Seems weird.
If it's a new chip let it settle and if you have a good chip that stays 5GHz and don't crash on you eventually then Grats on winning the silicon lottery!
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I just apply XMP and that takes care of the SA, IOA, IOD for me biggrin.gif So when I did try to OC RAM I didn't have to touch those CPU voltages as they already were set reasonably high.

Smart. I got a good deal on some 9-9-9-24 1600 2x8gB RipjawsX, then discovered my core overclocks like crap (stock 39x VID 1.132), then discovered I unintentionally bought some good OCing ram, and thusly a new obsession was born.

Unfortunately, the XMP profile isn't good for much since I'm running ddr3-2800.

But just today I discovered something else: I should have trusted my tuning and IMC. I'm currently 10 minutes into an HCi memtest run 42x core 41x ring all voltages stock and/or offset .001 save for the 1.80v I'm pumping into my RAM. 2800mhz CL11 tRDRD 4 on Hynix BFR doesn't come cheap. Thank goodness for Intel's PTPP.

I'd been having all sorts of trouble moving the ring anywhere above 40x until my epiphany about the IMC.

Crap. Memory error 12 minutes in. I could be seeing some thermal issues with the RAM; going to try cranking the fan I have on it to max before touching any voltages.
post #20589 of 22515
I have my 4790k at 4.7ghz at 1.304v. How high would I need for 4.8? 1.31? 1.32? Isn't it 100mhz add .10 volts or something?
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I have my 4790k at 4.7ghz at 1.304v. How high would I need for 4.8? 1.31? 1.32? Isn't it 100mhz add .10 volts or something?

It really really depends on the chip, some will need more then others. Mine was 1.08 for 4.2 then 1.2 for 4.5 then 1.3 for 4.8 ( didnt test that last one long but it was stable for 30mins, last time when i tested with too low a voltage it crashed after 6)
    
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