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Hey Penryn,


JPM's suggestion here is rock solid. 3200 on 100 strap is even pretty easy to reach on my lowly 2400 kit. Sticking to that 100 strap lets you run adaptive voltage, where the 125 requires offset or manual vcore. 4400 is not even divisible by 125, so you would end up needing to adjust your core overclock as well, because you can only use whole numbers for multipliers.
Can i get 3200 the same way with my kit? Corsair 2666 4x4 kit
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Hey Penryn,


JPM's suggestion here is rock solid. 3200 on 100 strap is even pretty easy to reach on my lowly 2400 kit. Sticking to that 100 strap lets you run adaptive voltage, where the 125 requires offset or manual vcore. 4400 is not even divisible by 125, so you would end up needing to adjust your core overclock as well, because you can only use whole numbers for multipliers.
Can i get 3200 the same way with my kit? Corsair 2666 4x4 kit

It is a good possibility. Again, it was possible on my kit, which is 4x4 Adata Hynix ICs with a XMP of 2400 16-16-16 36 2T 1.2, pretty lowly kit from DDR4 launch. It does 3200 16-17-17 35 1T 1.35, and only needed final SA of .890. There are many factors at play, like IC quality, IMC quality, OC socket auto rules (dont ask about these, nobody seems willing to write a guide or give hints), and cache overclock. JPM was the one that suggested I stop trying to mess with 2600 (I was pissed I couldn't go up even one bin), and try 3200...and he was right. 3200 is strong, as is 2666, and 2400(technically an overclock)

RAM overclocking is the most interesting part of the Haswell-E platform in my eyes. It can be a bit of a juggling act to get Core, Cache, and RAM all overclocked to their fullest, but the platform rewards the effort rather well.
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It is a good possibility. Again, it was possible on my kit, which is 4x4 Adata Hynix ICs with a XMP of 2400 16-16-16 36 2T 1.2, pretty lowly kit from DDR4 launch. It does 3200 16-17-17 35 1T 1.35, and only needed final SA of .890. There are many factors at play, like IC quality, IMC quality, OC socket auto rules (dont ask about these, nobody seems willing to write a guide or give hints), and cache overclock. JPM was the one that suggested I stop trying to mess with 2600 (I was pissed I couldn't go up even one bin), and try 3200...and he was right. 3200 is strong, as is 2666, and 2400(technically an overclock)

RAM overclocking is the most interesting part of the Haswell-E platform in my eyes. It can be a bit of a juggling act to get Core, Cache, and RAM all overclocked to their fullest, but the platform rewards the effort rather well.
What do you recommend i set my timmings to? At a default of 2133mhz my ram is at 15 15 15 36 278t 2t
The 2666mhz xmp profile sets it to 15 17 17 35 don't know the next two and voltage at 1.2. What should 3200 be? Also can someone tell me what cpu package and ppo is in hwinfo64? While running occt my core max temp is always around 72c average at 1.27v but my cpu package and ppo are at 78c average. What temp should i pay attention to?
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try 16-18-18-45-2t 1.4 and pull down from there.

edit: package temps I believe come from the substrate under the cores, its usually a few C higher than core. Core temp is what you want to monitor. no idea about ppo.
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try 16-18-18-45-2t 1.4 and pull down from there.

edit: package temps I believe come from the substrate under the cores, its usually a few C higher than core. Core temp is what you want to monitor. no idea about ppo.
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I did try and see if I could get a better overclock on my CPU but it seems like 4.4ghz is my limit. I tried 4.5 and upped voltage to 1.35v and couldn't maintain OCCT for more than a few minutes where as my 4.4 at 1.32v was fine for 4 hours.

I also tried upping VCCIN to 1.95 and still BSOD with CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT. I would go higher on the voltage but a .03 jump for 100mhz didn't seem worth it and who knows how high I'd have to go for stability.

I'm not familiar with the LLC control on that MB, but if it's reasonable (like you can see ~ 50mV droop), boost VCCIN to 1.96 or 1.97 for 4.5. Some chips/mb combos just like high input. Wortha shot for 4.5 at least. redface.gif
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I'm not familiar with the LLC control on that MB, but if it's reasonable (like you can see ~ 50mV droop), boost VCCIN to 1.96 or 1.97 for 4.5. Some chips/mb combos just like high input. Wortha shot for 4.5 at least. redface.gif

 

MSI has weird vdroops options...

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so both hwinfo64 and cpuid hwmonitor are saying my cpu package power is around 74 watts at 100 percent load when usually its around 140-150watts. Is this bad? doesnt seem right.
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so both hwinfo64 and cpuid hwmonitor are saying my cpu package power is around 74 watts at 100 percent load when usually its around 140-150watts. Is this bad? doesnt seem right.

Are you sure the BIOS hasn't been reset to stock?
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Are you sure the BIOS hasn't been reset to stock?
Yeah my core frequency and voltage are still overclocked. Could just be a wrong reading?
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