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This is what he posted on his thread:

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Not enough, right? Guess I should ask for some 12h prime95 blend?
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The whole upgrade is pointless waste of money IMHO. From CPU type A to CPU type A that clocks what maybe maybe 200MHz more? Do you really want to spend money on getting +4% speed? If you want to upgrade at least get a 4790K or 5775C, not another 4690k. Just my 2 cents.
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The whole upgrade is pointless waste of money IMHO. From CPU type A to CPU type A that clocks what maybe maybe 200MHz more? Do you really want to spend money on getting +4% speed? If you want to upgrade at least get a 4790K or 5775C, not another 4690k. Just my 2 cents.

I agree. Plus, unless you have results at the speed you are looking for, you're better off not taking a chance. You can't really extrapolate higher clock speeds from what you know because you never know where the chip is going to hit the wall. It may do 4.7 @ 1.288 and then need 1.38 for 4.8 and never do 4.9 at all. It's not linear.
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The whole upgrade is pointless waste of money IMHO. From CPU type A to CPU type A that clocks what maybe maybe 200MHz more? Do you really want to spend money on getting +4% speed? If you want to upgrade at least get a 4790K or 5775C, not another 4690k. Just my 2 cents.
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I agree. Plus, unless you have results at the speed you are looking for, you're better off not taking a chance. You can't really extrapolate higher clock speeds from what you know because you never know where the chip is going to hit the wall. It may do 4.7 @ 1.288 and then need 1.38 for 4.8 and never do 4.9 at all. It's not linear.

Yeah, after thinking it through I have to agree with you. If it was a truly tested, proven, golden chip, something like x50/1.400V with backup tests that would be something to consider. But the guy has some easy, short duration, "stress" tests to prove it's stability, and also he told me that he needed 1.370V to get x48 "stable" (he used 3dmark...needless to say anything).

It's just not worth the hassle of having to find a buyer for my 4690K and payng more for something I'm not even sure it will achieve. Mine is a lazy dog? Yes, it is. But it is rock solid stable at x45/x42 core/uncore and even though I need some crazy voltages for that, it stays cool all day long (never seen it reach 70ºC with my daily usage, always at 66-68ºC).

Thank you guys very much for the input. Some times all we need is a good "are you crazy, dude?" to save some money. thumb.gif
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Anyone got a clue why my bclk keeps spiking to 103.0 even though I've set it to 100.0 on the BIOS?

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Anyone got a clue why my bclk keeps spiking to 103.0 even though I've set it to 100.0 on the BIOS?


Nothing to worry about, its a glitch mine does the same. As long as your average is 100 then its 100.
    
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Anyone got a clue why my bclk keeps spiking to 103.0 even though I've set it to 100.0 on the BIOS?

[Always] Update to the latest beta of HWiNFO64.
    
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[Always] Update to the latest beta of HWiNFO64.

Why? The official releases work fine. Any new stuff isn't for Haswell...
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I see no reason why a beta version of hwinfo64 would solve that. Haswell has been here for a while and it shows that bclk since the beginning. And there must have been like 20 updates since haswell first came.

What worries me is that those spikes are making me use a x46 voltage to keep x45 stable. If my computer won't even post with some multiplier I'm not surprised it would crash instantly with a 1-2 sec spike.
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Why? The official releases work fine. Any new stuff isn't for Haswell...

An example:

Run your favorite stress test for 30 - 60 seconds and check out the value Power (POUT) with your current version of HWiNFO64 and then with the latest beta, v5.37-2985.


Personally, I always update all my programs (and drivers) to the latest available stable versions. Never faced any issue with anything. I trust HWiNFO64 so when it comes to it I'm always getting the latest beta. Just a suggestion.

@juniordnz, I'm having the same thing with my Bus Clock, and after asking the developer in the [OFFICIAL] HWiNFO/32/64 Thread, long time ago, he gave me the answer. I do not care about this matter so I do not remember his answer. If I recall correctly, it has to do with these settings:



Try them out, if you want, or search that thread.
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