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No one has because it's quite pointless to bother with them. I've dropped mine from AUTO which set them +.3 +.2 +.15 or some such and dropped them to +.15 +.1 +.1
Watching how does the memory train in UEFI and for any quirks. Ran memtest and other x264, aida for lulz, no difference. When I would not add any offset the RAM would train at some higher values, but these are some I don't even know which biggrin.gif for 2.4GHz RAM I find the new offsets sufficient, no need to torture it with the high auto values forever.
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OK, thanks. I'm just trying to do the same: Relieve it of some of the excessively high values I've currently got them set to.

I'll work on tuning core down first I s'pose.
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so I was bored and decided to see how low I could get the voltage @ 4.6Ghz on my 4790K... so far I've managed 1.245v (stable) which isn't bad I don't think rolleyes.gif

Might keep it @ these settings since it's getting pretty hot, even here in the UK lol.. I'll save this in my bios as a spring/summer overclock, and save my previous settings as a autumn/winter overclock biggrin.gif
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so I was bored and decided to see how low I could get the voltage @ 4.6Ghz on my 4790K... so far I've managed 1.245v (stable) which isn't bad I don't think rolleyes.gif

Is that VID or core?
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Is that VID or core?
Core voltage smile.gif
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Then that is pretty good.smile.gif
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I turn the AC off for the night so there is no power going to the PSU at all, same as flipping the switch back on the PSU. I've tortured it enough with OC and on/offs before, no issues on mine.

Mine is one of the first I believe, I've had 4790 for less than 2 weeks and then got 4690K instead as it was just released.
Board bought 24.6.2014 with 3 year warranty. It's fairly "old" computer age wise.

I don't think the part is replaceable yourself as you won't be able to find a replacement in electronics shop. To me it looks like a small power transistor, mosfet, who knows. I don't know what it is for, doesn't seem like something critical.

It's more like 1 guy writes on reddit asking about resolving his faulty board, then another has a similar issues and suddenly everyone is flipping out to not buy the board lol
It's too damn easy for search engines to index reddit compared to forums, there are plenty of issues with any board on the forums for those brands or here on OCN, toms hardware is riddled with it too.

For me I can say the board is OK. And I will say that any of the big brands mid range or higher boards are OK too. All it is down to for most people is colors and features and personal preferences for UEFI and software/bloatware. If you look at reviews and tests the boards are all the same performance wise as the performance is set by the Intel made parts CPU and chipset, there are no magic tricks to make a board faster.

Thanks again for info. I ended up buying the Extreme4 from a fellow Overclock member. Same guy I got my delidded 4790k and 4tb green drive from. It will ruin my color scheme but I couldn't pass it up at the price and knowing it comes from a reputable person who has already tested it. He confirmed as have you that the power problem is an old issue and that he never experienced any problems with the one he has. So I am confident that the motherboard will work well. Kinda sad I never got the Asus to work as I really liked the board but I feel a lot better knowing the motherboard I am getting will work. Thanks again for all your information you really helped me decide and I am happy with the choice as of right now anyways lol.
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Bought a 4690K smile.gif

No OC aim so far, just replaced cooler, amazing results, almost boring (ie: the heaviest benches I could find barely tickled the temperature).

Now need PSU... running OCCT PSU test actually "worked", after 5 minutes my fps dropped from 530 to 200, and after I shut it off in panic, I noticed the 12v PSU input was 10v... so PSU test works! PSU sadly, doesn't.
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Bought a 4690K smile.gif

No OC aim so far, just replaced cooler, amazing results, almost boring (ie: the heaviest benches I could find barely tickled the temperature).

Now need PSU... running OCCT PSU test actually "worked", after 5 minutes my fps dropped from 530 to 200, and after I shut it off in panic, I noticed the 12v PSU input was 10v... so PSU test works! PSU sadly, doesn't.

Good lord, how awful is your psu that it dropped down a whole 2v, thats 2000mv thats INSANE. I mean provided the test was even accurate haha, id test with a DMM.
    
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It is a PSU designed for Pentium 4, back then it was very beefy and expensive.

It supports 24pin ATX, but not 8pin EPS12V, instead it has the "pentium 4 connector", that is 4 pin 12V

It is from the era where Intel was demanding people make multi-rail 12V, so it has 2 12V rails.

Also, it is a 500W PSU, but this was before everyone concluded that 3v and 5v was uninportant, so it has about 400W for 12V and 100W for the rest, with no "crossload" capabilities.

So, when running OCCT PSU test, the PSU doesn't like it tongue.gif

But it is not a bad PSU, it lasted so far (thus it had good caps when it shipped...), and came with a feature that most PSUs today consider "premium": a silent 140mm fan, with a wire-based fan grill (instead of those punched sheet metal ones that make the hell of a noise).

But BECAUSE all those pecularities that I am abusing it and seeing what happen.
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