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post #21971 of 22022
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Originally Posted by scanferr View Post

I have my 4690k @ 4.2GHz with 1.18V and it was stable but recently, sometimes in games and once or twice on Windows, I noticed the game would almost freeze and run and incredible low fps and just dragging itself, but the audio would be ok. I since set the CPU stock and the issue disappeared.

Is this due to low voltage or other hardware related issue, like PSU, etc?

Hi
Try first bump vcore up and see it will cure your problem
How long u got this CPU ? did u bought it as new? it is something called CPU degradation and the problem show as stable OC in past is becoming not stable now and only way to keep it stable again is or lower OC by one step or increase vcore
Try and post back
post #21972 of 22022
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Originally Posted by s3k4t0r View Post

Hi
Try first bump vcore up and see it will cure your problem
How long u got this CPU ? did u bought it as new? it is something called CPU degradation and the problem show as stable OC in past is becoming not stable now and only way to keep it stable again is or lower OC by one step or increase vcore
Try and post back

Wil try mate. I have this CPU since January 2016, bought it new.
post #21973 of 22022
Hello!

I'm having issue for OC my i7 4790k.

I can't have it stable @4.4 ghz on all core :/ I set Vcore 1.25 but temps seems high like 80°c on OCCT and i have micro-freezesduring the test.

specs:
i7 4790k
16ghz ddr3 2400mhz
corsair rm 1000 psu
sli 780 gtx
Noctua NH-U14S
asus z97 sabertooth mark 1

can someone help me to OC it stable? smile.gif

Thank you!

edit1: I am running stock clock again and there are still micro freezes in OCCT4.5 but not in prime 95 26.6/ intel XTU stress test and 3d mark result are good (no freeze)
Is OCCT reliable ? because its the only stress test that make me freeze .
Edited by orion933 - 4/15/17 at 11:58am
post #21974 of 22022
Well I took the plunge and bought myself a Rockit88 Delid/Relid kit and to say I'm happy with the results is an understatement, after seeing the condition of my poor CPU it was no wonder that thermals were running away from me.

The before results were obtained using the stock Intel TIM and Artic Silver 5 and the after results were obtained using Thermal Grizzly Conductnaut and Kryonaut.



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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 4790K ASUS Sabertooth Z97 Mark S GALAX GeForce® GTX 1070 HOF Corsair Dominator 16GB DDR3 
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WD Black 6TB WD Red 4TB Samsung 850 EVO 500GB Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 850 Pro 128GB EK Predator 360 R1.1 Windows 10 Home OEM AOC G2460PG 24in 144Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor 
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Corsair Strafe RGB MX Silent Corsair AX760i Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Mionix Naos 7000 
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post #21975 of 22022
Try with another usb stick. Some dont work on my mobo either ..
post #21976 of 22022
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Originally Posted by orion933 View Post

Hello!

I'm having issue for OC my i7 4790k.

I can't have it stable @4.4 ghz on all core :/ I set Vcore 1.25 but temps seems high like 80°c on OCCT and i have micro-freezesduring the test.

specs:
i7 4790k
16ghz ddr3 2400mhz
corsair rm 1000 psu
sli 780 gtx
Noctua NH-U14S
asus z97 sabertooth mark 1

can someone help me to OC it stable? smile.gif

Thank you!

edit1: I am running stock clock again and there are still micro freezes in OCCT4.5 but not in prime 95 26.6/ intel XTU stress test and 3d mark result are good (no freeze)
Is OCCT reliable ? because its the only stress test that make me freeze .

Hi
1.25v for @4.4 all cores is way to much ....
set on @4.4 and start drop down vcore by 0.005v do 30 min aida64 test and if pass drop another 0.005 v until u find not passing 30 min aida64

my cpu on @4.5 all cores need just 1.187v when u give 1.250 at @4.4

when u will find lowest as possible for your CPU to run u can increase OC and start increasing vcore by 0.005 till u find needed voltage to pass another 30 min test usually increase needed for next step is 0.020-0.040 v
post #21977 of 22022
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Originally Posted by s3k4t0r View Post

Hi
1.25v for @4.4 all cores is way to much ....
set on @4.4 and start drop down vcore by 0.005v do 30 min aida64 test and if pass drop another 0.005 v until u find not passing 30 min aida64

my cpu on @4.5 all cores need just 1.187v when u give 1.250 at @4.4

when u will find lowest as possible for your CPU to run u can increase OC and start increasing vcore by 0.005 till u find needed voltage to pass another 30 min test usually increase needed for next step is 0.020-0.040 v

hey!
I uninstalled OCCT because it doesn't seem viable anymore.

I tried 4.5@1.20 it crashed but temps are good so I dont understand :/
For now I have 4.5@1.23 it stable with prime 95 26.6 / gaming / aida64 and intel xtreme utility
with temp 65° for gaming and 70° to 80° with stress tests (80 only in prime95)

My CPU is from 2014 i bought it at release so it may not be that good anymore for OC :/

OCing is scary haha
Edited by orion933 - 4/16/17 at 9:34am
post #21978 of 22022
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Originally Posted by orion933 View Post

hey!
I uninstalled OCCT because it doesn't seem viable anymore.

I tried 4.5@1.20 it crashed but temps are good so I dont understand :/
For now I have 4.5@1.23 it stable with prime 95 26.6 / gaming / aida64 and intel xtreme utility
with temp 65° for gaming and 70° to 80° with stress tests (80 only in prime95)

My CPU is from 2014 i bought it at release so it may not be that good anymore for OC :/

OCing is scary haha

Are u using LLC in bios? Try set to highest setting possible might help and try again at 1.200 V if you get ok at 1.2 u can drop input voltage to 1.7 from 1.8 default for me it drop around 2-3 c° down by that

My i7 4790k is doing @4.6 at 1.2 V and input 1.7v
post #21979 of 22022
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Originally Posted by s3k4t0r View Post

Are u using LLC in bios? Try set to highest setting possible might help and try again at 1.200 V if you get ok at 1.2 u can drop input voltage to 1.7 from 1.8 default for me it drop around 2-3 c° down by that

My i7 4790k is doing @4.6 at 1.2 V and input 1.7v

I dont really know what LLC is so I didnt touch anything beside multiplier and vcore !

hwmonitor tell me LLC/ring offset @+0.000v

From what you said I need to put
vcore 1.20
LLc 1.8?
and multiplier 46

and try if it stable

thank you for your help ! smile.gif
Edited by orion933 - 4/16/17 at 12:05pm
post #21980 of 22022
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Originally Posted by orion933 View Post

I dont really know what LLC is so I didnt touch anything beside multiplier and vcore !

hwmonitor tell me LLC/ring offset @+0.000v

From what you said I need to put
vcore 1.20
LLc 1.8?
and multiplier 46

and try if it stable

thank you for your help ! smile.gif

LLC - Load line calibration settings are usually auto/normal/high/turbo/extreme
My setting is extreme
So try LLC high as possible don't know your main board
Input voltage - vccin or vrin set on 1.7 V
Vcore - try 1.2 if fail try increase by 0.005 V and try again and repeat so many times that u will find no crash in aida64 over 1h

Each 0.005v increase or decrease from my test show that is 1-2 c° change so is worth fight for every step
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