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Yeah I'm working on that, I've been pretty busy lately, I made sure to reserve a space for it in the OP awhile ago.
I know how to do the form, integrating it into OCN is a bit confusing though, hopefully this week that should be done too.

PM a mod. They could help you
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@ TopicClocker

Have you tried overclocking using the stock cooler ? What is the highest stable OC you got ?

By the way, what is stable for you ? What tests do you run to check stability ?

Thanks
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Gave me smooth game play

you cant say that... put your audio on. Also show us frame graph.
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@ TopicClocker

Have you tried overclocking using the stock cooler ? What is the highest stable OC you got ?

By the way, what is stable for you ? What tests do you run to check stability ?

Thanks
I am using the stock cooler, I run Intel Burn Test, AIDA64 and some times Prime95, although I've been told Prime is bad for Haswell because of how hot they get, I usually run Intel Burn Test for 20+ runs, and Prime for half an hour or so, the same with AIDA64.

Im currently sitting at 4.4GHz on 1.250v, I found I was stable at 1.246v but I raised it because I brought my BCLK up a bit to speed up my ram and increased it for stability purposes, I haven't tested it at 1.246v though.
My cache is at 4 or 4.1GHz but I still need to increase its stability.

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you cant say that... put your audio [Btbh,[/B]. Also show us frame graph.
Meh he can say what he wants tbh, what good is audio going to do? and he already has a frame graph in one of his videos.
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HTPC will be horrible with this *IF* you are running SVP for pseudo-60+FPS. It does massive use of multithreading (even when OpenCL is enabled).

Just throwing it out there. It might be important to some.

It's to me as I always post-process ALL videos.
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I am using the stock cooler, I run Intel Burn Test, AIDA64 and some times Prime95, although I've been told Prime is bad for Haswell because of how hot they get, I usually run Intel Burn Test for 20+ runs, and Prime for half an hour or so, the same with AIDA64.

Im currently sitting at 4.4GHz on 1.250v, I found I was stable at 1.246v but I raised it because I brought my BCLK up a bit to speed up my ram and increased it for stability purposes, I haven't tested it at 1.246v though.
My cache is at 4 or 4.1GHz but I still need to increase its stability.

What is the core temp of 4.4 GHz @ 1.25 Vcore when running full load ? Delta T ?

I was wondering if overclocking using stock cooler can also be done here in my place. Ambient temperature here is 32 to 35 C
Edited by TPCbench - 7/21/14 at 4:59am
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I am using the stock cooler, I run Intel Burn Test, AIDA64 and some times Prime95, although I've been told Prime is bad for Haswell because of how hot they get, I usually run Intel Burn Test for 20+ runs, and Prime for half an hour or so, the same with AIDA64.

Im currently sitting at 4.4GHz on 1.250v, I found I was stable at 1.246v but I raised it because I brought my BCLK up a bit to speed up my ram and increased it for stability purposes, I haven't tested it at 1.246v though.
My cache is at 4 or 4.1GHz but I still need to increase its stability.
Meh he can say what he wants tbh, what good is audio going to do? and he already has a frame graph in one of his videos.
Sound slow down your CPU special a dual core.

No he is showing CPu + GPu graph not framegraph = "perfoverlay.drawFRAMEgraph 1"
like this
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

or this Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this is while recording with Mirilis ACTION!
Edited by Themisseble - 7/21/14 at 6:08am
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Sound slow down your CPU special a dual core.

No he is showing CPu + GPu graph not framegraph = "perfoverlay.drawFRAMEgraph 1"
like this
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

or this Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this is while recording with Mirilis ACTION!

IIRC sound has a minimal impact on performance in current games and current hardware, I highly doubt it's big enough to be considerably relevant in most cases.
post #479 of 4581
hello, before giving anything to thank all of you who have shared this processor tests

I wonder if it is possible to add a list of your batch processors, the maximum rate achieved / stable voltage for her. If you want to add the motherboard used, and would be perfect

I really want to try this processor, but I'm bf4 player and very cranky, if not buy this and 4690K for testing or just buy this and later in another order on i5

Therefore seek the best batch to get to the water and play 5MHZ bf4 with some success

Thank you very much and sorry for my English
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you cant say that... put your audio on. Also show us frame graph.

The audio was on genius. It's a Shadowplay bug
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