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They usually don't interfere.. but they CAN... so.. right.. disable anything and everything not in use..
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My OC is way worse than what you guys got.

The best I could do is 3.8 Ghz at 1.2VCore and 1.15V Processor Cache.
It's not even stable at 3.8 Ghz and 1.15 VCore.

When I got this CPU, I was hoping for 4.4 at 1.2VCore.

I'm using the GIGABYTE GA-B85-HD3.

if you post screen shots (good quality please) of all your cpu settings we can help you out. thumb.gif
post #412 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Overclocker.Monster View Post

Did u updated ur bios? cuz I heard that B85 from asus at least were having a huge OC upgrade on their BIOS, look for some info of ur motherboard model. wink.gif
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if you post screen shots (good quality please) of all your cpu settings we can help you out. thumb.gif

If there are any more settings you want to see, tell me.
post #413 of 4581
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If there are any more settings you want to see, tell me.

Wth is this..

BIOS Screenshots.. we need to see the -heart of the machine-... for Overclocking.. .. tongue.gif


the reason is, only in the bios, can we see the options available to you.. which is not the same on everyboard..

specifically, the OC tab, that whole list of items, also the Cpu features tab..

also.. IMPORTANT, Update your bios from MSI's site first.. I had to update my recent msi z97 bundle board to the latest bios, because the voltage settings were not working..

Since b85 has almost the same bios, I'd assume there's a fix there too probably.. thumb.gif
Edited by tp4tissue - 7/19/14 at 12:48am
post #414 of 4581
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

Wth is this..

BIOS Screenshots.. we need to see the -heart of the machine-... for Overclocking.. .. tongue.gif


the reason is, only in the bios, can we see the options available to you.. which is not the same on everyboard..

specifically, the OC tab, that whole list of items, also the Cpu features tab..

also.. IMPORTANT, Update your bios from MSI's site first.. I had to update my recent msi z97 bundle board to the latest bios, because the voltage settings were not working..

Since b85 has almost the same bios, I'd assume there's a fix there too probably.. thumb.gif


I'm using the latest beta BIOS. If I don't use the beta BIOS, I can't OC at all.
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In my lightly modded Skyrim I come across a Warzone, this is to demonstrate CPU stress.
I have a longer video which is uploading, in which I explore and also take on a Dragon.
post #416 of 4581
Very cool. Noticed that RealVision ENB is a no-go with this chip. The FPS stayed below 15 FPS. I'm wondering if the ENB is enjoying more cores for some reason. Must do some monitoring later. I thought an ENB would put more load on the GPU and not so much on the CPU..
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Very cool. Noticed that RealVision ENB is a no-go with this chip. The FPS stayed below 15 FPS. I'm wondering if the ENB is enjoying more cores for some reason. Must do some monitoring later. I thought an ENB would put more load on the GPU and not so much on the CPU..

Is MSI Afterburner showing low GPU utilization?
I think I'm going to try Realvision myself.
Edited by TopicClocker - 7/19/14 at 6:45am
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Is MSI Afterburner showing low GPU utilization?

I'll have a look tonight. Trying to get the other machine up and running right now.
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post #419 of 4581
I'm stable at 4.4 with 1.310 Vcore and everything else on auto on an MSI Z97 PC Mate. Can anyone point me to good guide to Haswell voltage settings?

BF4: unfortunately, this chip cannot play 64 player BF4 on ultra smoothly. It runs well on high though.
post #420 of 4581
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I'm stable at 4.4 with 1.310 Vcore and everything else on auto on an MSI Z97 PC Mate. Can anyone point me to good guide to Haswell voltage settings?

BF4: unfortunately, this chip cannot play 64 player BF4 on ultra smoothly. It runs well on high though.

By "smoothly" do you mean a consistent 60fps?

This thread is very good and informative: http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics
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