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Can one make Ryse: Son of Rome benchmarks?
if ill have time later on today i could make some, but got to say @4,7ghz core 4,2 uncore the cpu isn't a limiting factor in iy my gpu is another story tough i get somewhere between 40-50 fps on maxed settings with occasional dips in low 30's about the same as with project cars but haven't done much testing on either just played them and made sure that i never dip below 30fps, let you know if i get around doing benches but you can easily play ryse son of rome on this cpu, it just amazing to be honest
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4.7 with stock cache got me 179 on single core, 4.7 with 4.4 cache got me 183. 4.8 with stock cache got me 180 on single core while 4.8 with 4.4 got 184. From 4.5 to 4.8 I saw about the same amount of scaling in terms of gains in both single and multi. 4.9 however took a jump from what seemed like such small gains between clock increases at 185 although I have no info on 4.9 with an increased cache as it was unstable and required more voltage than I wanted to see for 24/7. I may fiddle with 4.9 again some time but Im leaning toward pushing for 5.0 to play with a bit if voltages dont go sky high...
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Is taking it higher than 4.5 worth it do you rekon
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Anyone used this cpu in a media server? Im interested in media browser 3 transcoding performance.


I guess I can disable two cores of my i5 and see how it does.

I am building another gaming rig for my brother and My 4670k in my media server is a bit of overkill considering there is never more than one transcode taking place at a time.

However the difference in the 4670k/g3258 in a gaming rig is much less than the two compared transcoding.

Decisions, decisions. Guess I ll order it and see.
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Interesting little chip I have some questions. Here is my setup on Gigabyte Z97X Gaming 5; 4.2ghz 1.275 cpu voltage, 33 Ring and 1.2 Ring Voltage. It seems I am pumping a lot more vcore than others. My chip VID was 1.080 which also seems higher then most. I can't get 4.2 stable below this voltage. At 1.25 it boots into windows and runs prime95 for about 5 minutes then fails. At 1.275 it seems very stable. I only ran prime for about an hour. Temps max at 86 and sat around 80. I don't think I can achieve more voltage on the stock cooler.

What is a safe voltage for this chip? If I am already at the limit I don't see a need for a better cooler and will just take what I have.

Is Ring frequency a seperate thing from core frequency? Or do they work together? Meaning if I set ring to stock value of x32 with 1.2 volts can I overclock the core first and then go back to the ring?

Voltage Offset was confusing so I turned that off and just manually set my voltage. Is this preferred?
post #1926 of 4581
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Interesting little chip I have some questions. Here is my setup on Gigabyte Z97X Gaming 5; 4.2ghz 1.275 cpu voltage, 33 Ring and 1.2 Ring Voltage. It seems I am pumping a lot more vcore than others. My chip VID was 1.080 which also seems higher then most. I can't get 4.2 stable below this voltage. At 1.25 it boots into windows and runs prime95 for about 5 minutes then fails. At 1.275 it seems very stable. I only ran prime for about an hour. Temps max at 86 and sat around 80. I don't think I can achieve more voltage on the stock cooler.

What is a safe voltage for this chip? If I am already at the limit I don't see a need for a better cooler and will just take what I have.

Is Ring frequency a seperate thing from core frequency? Or do they work together? Meaning if I set ring to stock value of x32 with 1.2 volts can I overclock the core first and then go back to the ring?

Voltage Offset was confusing so I turned that off and just manually set my voltage. Is this preferred?
you can check the haswell oc guide for gigabyte z87 boards its basically the same haswell chip with just with two cores and they have some recommendations for safe voltages there, it covers mostly everything you need to know for overclocking this chip, but looking at your voltages they are safe, also whats your vccin voltage?
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Is taking it higher than 4.5 worth it do you rekon

As of now I personally run stock 3.2 on balanced power at all times unless I'm bench marking and pushing for max ghz. The reason being is that my H81M-P33 board will not use dynamic voltages on balanced power when I'm overclocked for some reason, so I will have a max OC of 4.7ghz @ 1.375v, but when my cpu is idling at 800mhz it's still sucking down 1.375v instead of toning down the voltage and that's not cool with me at all. Meanwhile if I'm running stock balanced at 800mhz idle I'm only using 0.714v on the core.

Once I get my Z board and the voltage issue is hopefully resolved, for a daily OC I will have it at 4.5ghz @ 1.3v and will only go higher when pushing benchmarks.
Edited by DotBeta - 10/16/14 at 8:45am
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As of now I personally run stock 3.2 on balanced power at all times unless I'm bench marking and pushing for max ghz. The reason being is that my H81M-P33 board will not use dynamic voltages on balanced power when I'm overclocked for some reason, so I will have a max OC of 4.7ghz @ 1.375v, but when my cpu is idling at 800mhz it's still sucking down 1.375v instead of toning down the voltage and that's not cool with me at all. Meanwhile if I'm running stock balanced at 800mhz idle I'm only using 0.714v on the core.

Once I get my Z board and the voltage issue is hopefully resolved, for a daily OC I will have it at 4.5ghz @ 1.3v and will only go higher when pushing benchmarks.
its not just you the H chipset cant drop the volts when idle if you overclock, if its stock yes but not oc, it doesn't matter if you use Balanced or High performance
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its not just you the H chipset cant drop the volts when idle if you overclock, if its stock yes but not oc, it doesn't matter if you use Balanced or High performance

Can't drop volts, can't overclock ram, might get the Intel hammer dropped down on it and OCing this chip with an H board will be no more since it's not supposed to be able to OC it in the first place. They've already done it with a couple of other H boards and that's why I am upgrading to a Z board, security, more options and the ability to upgrade to a Broadwell if it's luring enough.

As for now ride while the sun's on our backs and OC the crap out of these chips XD.
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you can check the haswell oc guide for gigabyte z87 boards its basically the same haswell chip with just with two cores and they have some recommendations for safe voltages there, it covers mostly everything you need to know for overclocking this chip, but looking at your voltages they are safe, also whats your vccin voltage?

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