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post #1621 of 4581
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Originally Posted by delgon View Post

Wow. I have my @ 4,8 with 1.408v and 2v. I think im lucky and get nice chip wink.gif

Hmm. Does anyone else think this is ok or a dud? My max temperatures on the cores are 75/70 with prime95 running, hwinfo displays max vcore at 1.536

Maybe I am unfairly comparing it to my experience with my 3570k, which is a great clcoker.
post #1622 of 4581
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Wow. I have my @ 4,8 with 1.408v and 2v. I think im lucky and get nice chip wink.gif

If it is stable @prime95 and inter burn test, you are lucky I get 4.7Ghz at 1.4v and 2.1v vin.
post #1623 of 4581
4500 at 1.3V is pretty good.
post #1624 of 4581
I can run x264 for 14h and its still runing so i think its stable. Max temps are 61/59
post #1625 of 4581
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Im in the same boat as you frown.gif

4.5 needs 1.3 on the core, and then 4.8 needs 1.5 on the core, with 2.3 vrin.

Im also new to this haswell chip. So I may be doing something wrong. I have only adjusted clock ratio to 48, vrin to 2.3 and vcore to 1.5. I disabled cstates as well and it seems to have helped with stability

Hmm, are you using the same board as me? I can't seem to figure out how to get the VCCIN to exceed 1.9v. Every time I enter 2.000 and press enter it will reset to 1.900. I think if I was able to raise juice to 2.000v I could get a stable clock then set it back slowly. I'll take a screenshot of my settings and post them up in a min.

I'm really wondering if using a proper board like the Z97-A would increase it's ability to OC at lower volts. Does it not work that way?

I currently have my Ring multiplier to 34, locked with a locked voltage of 1.2v. Is this a good base to raise my core clocks on or should I set it to 32 @ 2.0v until I find a stable core clock?
Edited by DotBeta - 9/30/14 at 2:12pm
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post #1626 of 4581
Cache voltage at 2.0V? Is you chip still alive?

At x32, try 1.05V (that's default)
Edited by aerotracks - 9/30/14 at 10:14am
post #1627 of 4581
Yes the chip's still alive lol. I'm just trying different things to see what results I get out of it. That's the voltage i was using when i was clocking it at 4.4ghz @ 1.350v, with VCCIN at 1.850, still unstable though. What voltage would u set it at?

If I can only run the thing at 4ghz stable then so be it that's still a 25% increase and better than nothing. But I can only assume I'm not doing something right here or the chip is a dud.
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post #1628 of 4581
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Hmm, are you using the same board as me? I can't seem to figure out how to get the VCCIN to exceed 1.9v. Every time I enter 2.000 and press enter it will reset to 1.900. I think if I was able to raise juice to 2.000v I could get a stable clock then set it back slowly. I'll take a screenshot of my settings and post them up in a min.

I'm really wondering if using a proper board like the Z97-A would increase it's ability to OC at lower volts. Does it not work that way?

I currently have my Ring multiplier to 34, locked with a locked voltage of 2.0v. Is this a good base to raise my core clocks on or should I set it to 32 @ 2.0v until I find a stable core clock?

I am using an msi z97m gaming.
post #1629 of 4581
I have maximus vii hero.but with 1.9 vccin i can get 4,6ghz
post #1630 of 4581
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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

If you have time, can you try those runs for Hitman: Absolution or Metro: Last Light ? Thanks

I don't own those games, sorry frown.gif

Just played a little Bioshock Infinite tonight. Super smooth with the G3258 and crossfired 290s. Seems VSync is activated by default, haven't seen the game drop below 60fps yet!
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