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post #1601 of 2033
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Thanks! That's very much appreciated !
how does one get a golden chip?

Good to disable SATA ports, serial port. extra ethernet controller, anything your not using currently, I included a few screenshots as examples. I only have the USB 3.1 disabled to try to force my PCI-E 4X slot to actually work at 4x, testing it soon. Only use these voltages if you have at least an AIO water cooler otherwise overclock lower and keep your RAM at 1.35 or lower, CPU at 1.2v or lower and cache at 1.2v or lower.

If you can get 4.4/4.5GHZ CPU at 1.2v or lower you're doing well, cache at 4.3/4.4GHZ at 1.2v or lower is good too.

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Good to disable SATA ports, serial port. extra ethernet controller, anything your not using currently, I included a few screenshots as examples. I only have the USB 3.1 disabled to try to force my PCI-E 4X slot to actually work at 4x, testing it soon. Only use these voltages if you have at least an AIO water cooler otherwise overclock lower and keep your RAM at 1.35 or lower, CPU at 1.2v or lower and cache at 1.2v or lower.

If you can get 4.4/4.5GHZ CPU at 1.2v or lower you're doing well, cache at 4.3/4.4GHZ at 1.2v or lower is good too.

Hope this helps, ZIP file is the screens themselves smile.gif

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Wow thanks for taking your time to help me out, I'm also doing the timings like that for my ram but its only 2400mhz

and daaaaang 4.7ghz is fast. Does your v oltage ramp down during idle or is it on 24/7 at 1.26?
i looked at guides and posts but theres like no definitive answer to it being better on adaptive or not
post #1603 of 2033
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Wow thanks for taking your time to help me out, I'm also doing the timings like that for my ram but its only 2400mhz

and daaaaang 4.7ghz is fast. Does your v oltage ramp down during idle or is it on 24/7 at 1.26?
i looked at guides and posts but theres like no definitive answer to it being better on adaptive or not

Adaptive/offset is better but harder to get stress testing stable. redface.gif

Edit: Doesn't ramp up and down but you can always try enabling C-States and it will even without SpeedStep etc. I think, it did when I tested it. But once again harder to get stable. Get your overclock stable with settings like this, then try Adaptive/Offset with SpeedStep enabled and CPU in Windows at 5% minimum Power Options in Control Panel, C-States off, and have it on load running RealBench the voltages about .002 or a bit more higher then when you had it on Manual voltages, likely will still be stable. thumb.gif

Second Edit: I'll post screenies of Adaptive/Offset I tried. Be back in a bit.
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oh okay i see hwo you did it, thanks so much !
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I revisited Adaptive/Offset and below is 4.7GHZ CPU/4/4 cache 3200MHZ memory realBench and stressapptest stable. biggrin.gif

I included a screen of stressapptest and made a screen of an hour RealBench but I messed up cropping it and the RealBench one is messed up. When I run it an hour again I'll include it. redface.gif
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Terrible chip!

Why do you have such a high VCCSA though? Achilles heel?
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Terrible chip!

Why do you have such a high VCCSA though? Achilles heel?

VCCSA runs at 1.128v on load which isn't too bad. rolleyes.gif
    
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VCCSA runs at 1.128v on load which isn't too bad. rolleyes.gif

I just realized it's a bit high. I think I can run it around 1.1-1.2, had it there before but had a few GSAT errors, let me try again. :/

I don't math well, please don't make me math. wink.gif
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I only run my VCCSA that high when doing some crazy BCLK Tweaks to squeeze the RAM for benches. Simply to rule it out.

But then, yeah, every chip is different. If it's needed to keep the chip stable, then that's fine. Honestly though, if your memory run that looooose, I can't say VCCSA needs to be tweaked that much. thumb.gif
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I only run my VCCSA that high when doing some crazy BCLK Tweaks to squeeze the RAM for benches. Simply to rule it out.

But then, yeah, every chip is different. If it's needed to keep the chip stable, then that's fine. Honestly though, if your memory run that looooose, I can't say VCCSA needs to be tweaked that much. thumb.gif

Yeah, I just did the math wrong, I thought I was at 1.12v VCSSA, I'm soooooo dyslexic. I tried 1.1v but it BSODs. Running RealBench right now at 1.12v seems to be fine though. smile.gif
    
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