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Yep!

Som weeks ago i drained my loop. When i was done setting it together i loded up my bios (i haden`t changed any setting(s)) and my machine started to crash after a few weeks. So i pulled up my 110% stable 4500 overclock and that crashed on me.. fast.
Only work on stock-ish. Haven`t testet much as i could do 4600 on 1.250V, 4400 on the same voltage is not stable. tongue.gif

hmmm. Not that I recommend it. but I have been feeding mine (5930K) up to 1.55 for benchies and it still does 4.6 at 1.275. But anyway, get rid of it for the sake of giving you peace of mind. thumb.gif I'd rather not go through the same ordeal TBH. thumb.gif
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Back the tractor out for your wife! Have a hot cocoa waiting when she's done. smile.gif jk
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After painstaking hours of blue screens with 101 error, I managed to get a Prime95 run that didn't crash in under 3 minutes. I hit 8 min before rounding errors started happening and then ultimately another 101 BSOD. Want to get some opinions on my current voltages, they are preliminary and definitely could be more fine-tuned.
i7-5930K @ 4.6/3.5 GHz
VCCIN: 2.07 V
Vcore: 1.36 V
Vcache: 1.15 V
VCCSA: 1.10 V
VCCIO: 1.15 V
DDR4-2400 11-12-12-24 @ 1.3 V

My previous stable overclock was:
4.4/3.5 GHz
VCCIN: 1.89
Vcore: 1.23V (offset -.30)
Vcache: auto
VCCSA: auto
VCCIO: 1.08 V

Haven't had the time to continue thorough stress testing but I have a feeling I'm getting close to stable. Voltage scaling with Haswell is kinda crap tongue.gif
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That VCCIN, that Vcore, that VCCSA, that VCCIO, that RAM timings tho. redface.gif
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After painstaking hours of blue screens with 101 error, I managed to get a Prime95 run that didn't crash in under 3 minutes. I hit 8 min before rounding errors started happening and then ultimately another 101 BSOD. Want to get some opinions on my current voltages, they are preliminary and definitely could be more fine-tuned.
i7-5930K @ 4.6/3.5 GHz
VCCIN: 2.07 V
Vcore: 1.36 V
Vcache: 1.15 V
VCCSA: 1.10 V
VCCIO: 1.15 V
DDR4-2400 11-12-12-24 @ 1.3 V

My previous stable overclock was:
4.4/3.5 GHz
VCCIN: 1.89
Vcore: 1.23V (offset -.30)
Vcache: auto
VCCSA: auto
VCCIO: 1.08 V

Haven't had the time to continue thorough stress testing but I have a feeling I'm getting close to stable. Voltage scaling with Haswell is kinda crap tongue.gif

Vcore and VCCIN are way too high.... reset everything...OC only the CPU clock speed 1st...to hell with cache and ram...they do not even make any good difference in daily use/games... Get your clock speed as high as you can...after that stept by step go with the RAM..and last the cache.

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It's not that crap. It just happen to become more steep past a certain point the chip allows. That's when you get a clue whether to torture the chip with more than usually needed Voltage or just stop.
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That VCCIN, that Vcore, that VCCSA, that VCCIO, that RAM timings tho. redface.gif

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Originally Posted by gabriel21st View Post

After painstaking hours of blue screens with 101 error, I managed to get a Prime95 run that didn't crash in under 3 minutes. I hit 8 min before rounding errors started happening and then ultimately another 101 BSOD. Want to get some opinions on my current voltages, they are preliminary and definitely could be more fine-tuned.
i7-5930K @ 4.6/3.5 GHz
VCCIN: 2.07 V
Vcore: 1.36 V
Vcache: 1.15 V
VCCSA: 1.10 V
VCCIO: 1.15 V
DDR4-2400 11-12-12-24 @ 1.3 V

My previous stable overclock was:
4.4/3.5 GHz
VCCIN: 1.89
Vcore: 1.23V (offset -.30)
Vcache: auto
VCCSA: auto
VCCIO: 1.08 V

Haven't had the time to continue thorough stress testing but I have a feeling I'm getting close to stable. Voltage scaling with Haswell is kinda crap tongue.gif

and will continue to get worse for that cpu the more you run p95 on it with those voltages. Gotta call PET-CPU. wink.gif
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Ok, I'll try to bump things down more. These voltages were a bit higher than I would like but I didn't think they were insane. I've searched around here and other places and came to the consensus that these were on the higher end of the acceptable spectrum. There are quite a few 1.3X V on the leaderboard in first page as well.
During my initial testing I found it hard to boot with anything lower than 1.3 V at 4.6 or 4.7 core clock. I never OC'd cache.
As I mentioned earlier I came across 101 error BSODs a lot, my searching led me to conclude that the solution is some mix of upping input voltage, SA, and IO.
And someone mentioned my RAM timings? Could you specify what's bad about them. Other than the fact that I just googled some stable timings, chugged and plugged. tongue.gif Didn't feel like spending too much time on RAM OC, kinda superficial. Thanks all
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They`re not insane if you can keep it cool. But i won`t recommend more than 1.35V for 24/7 if you got the cooling for it. VCCIN was high, very high IMHO. Me personally won`t go over 1.980V under load.
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Ok, I'll try to bump things down more. These voltages were a bit higher than I would like but I didn't think they were insane. I've searched around here and other places and came to the consensus that these were on the higher end of the acceptable spectrum. There are quite a few 1.3X V on the leaderboard in first page as well.
During my initial testing I found it hard to boot with anything lower than 1.3 V at 4.6 or 4.7 core clock. I never OC'd cache.
As I mentioned earlier I came across 101 error BSODs a lot, my searching led me to conclude that the solution is some mix of upping input voltage, SA, and IO.
And someone mentioned my RAM timings? Could you specify what's bad about them. Other than the fact that I just googled some stable timings, chugged and plugged. tongue.gif Didn't feel like spending too much time on RAM OC, kinda superficial. Thanks all

So, voltage on the leader board is "I made it to windows and validated cpuZ" voltages... NOT p95 stable voltage for (I'm guessing) 99% of the entries. There's noting wrong with 1.3V, but running that with 2.V VCCIN and then p95 is chip suicide. Use something else to test stability. like x264, OCCT etc.

101 is vcore and/or VCCIN on this platform.. unlikely to be VSA and VCCIO.
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Mushkin 512 Intel 600 NVMe Raid0 Plextor DVD ROM Custom Water (Koolance 380i / XSPC 360v2) 
CoolingOSOSOS
Corsair H80iV2 (M8I) Windows 10 Pro Window 7 Linux Mint 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
Seiki 4K AOC 1080P Ducky Cherry Black Silverstone 500W SFX form factor/ Seasonic 760W 
CaseMouseAudio
Bench Logitech G700s Ultimate Ears TF10s 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 4960X @ 4.7 Asus Rampage IV Black Edition R9 295x2 w/ Koolance Block G Skill 2400 c9 (@ 2133c8) 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor 512 SSD VelociRaptor 600GB WD Black 2T 4 Terabyte NAS 
Optical DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
Asus BluRay R/W Lite On  AquaComputer 720XT Koolance 380i 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Liang DCC Aux Pump Win10x64 Samsung U28D590 4K/60 (primary) SteelSeries G6 (Cherry Red) 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
Corsair AX1200 Sliverstone TJ09 G700 on-board 
Audio
Ultimate Ears TF10s 
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