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On 1st start, did hwinfo64 suggest disabling any sensors? You could try if that helps with the freezing

Nope nothing suggested on hwinfo64 but i downloaded the portable version don't know if that is the issue ....
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Nope nothing suggested on hwinfo64 but i downloaded the portable version don't know if that is the issue ....
Btw hwinfo author has a thread on OCN, you should ask there if it still doesn't work right for u
http://www.overclock.net/t/1235672/official-hwinfo-32-64-thread
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On 1st start, did hwinfo64 suggest disabling any sensors? You could try if that helps with the freezing

Nope nothing suggested on hwinfo64 but i downloaded the portable version don't know if that is the issue ....

Have you tried ditching the portable version and using the full installation version?
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Btw hwinfo author has a thread on OCN, you should ask there if it still doesn't work right for u
http://www.overclock.net/t/1235672/official-hwinfo-32-64-thread

Thanks for this i was able to get Hwinfo to open properly a member recommended to switch the sata cables until i found one that worked perfectly.... Now the program opens but the Vcore is nowhere near right

Edit : as you can see in the picture it states that my actual Vcore is 1.128 while i entered 1.345 in the BIOS and Cpuz reports the vcore correctly since i am using auto LLC for now .... .


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I remember reading that some voltage values require board-specific adjustments, from Nuvoton sensor iirc. If you send him the required debug info, he will be able to fix the readings hopefully.
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I remember reading that some voltage values require board-specific adjustments, from Nuvoton sensor iirc. If you send him the required debug info, he will be able to fix the readings hopefully.

Thanks i just posted on the thread and hoping to hear back from him ....
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Nice to see you here on this thread ... we had some good times over at the ivy bridge stable club .... I am currently running a 420mm rad in p/p and an open air case ... my ambient temps are actually cold right now ..... Where did you notice that i was running below ambient ???

I am sick of HWinfo every time i try to open it ti completely freezes my pc .... And when it finally opens i cant get proper vcore readings ... Very frustrating mad.gif I will try to make a run for 4.9 tonight and report back ....

Good to see you too! Your temps were about 16c in the info window. I thought that was colder than most people prefer to be in their rooms and possibly a misreading. I know that probes become more accurate at higher temps, but 16c seemed unusual unless you were doing it on purpose, which it seems you were. biggrin.gif
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My chip is on its way back from silicon lottery. The delid is complete!! Here is are the results according to the person I spoke with through email.

"All the additional testing information is all on your packing slip. The CPU fell within our 4.8 bin before/after delidding. Before delidding I couldn't get realbench to run for even a few seconds at 4.9, after delidding I was able to get it to pass at 1.465V.

It scaled beautifully with delidding, nice solid chip!"


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My chip is on its way back from silicon lottery. The delid is complete!! Here is are the results according to the person I spoke with through email.

"All the additional testing information is all on your packing slip. The CPU fell within our 4.8 bin before/after delidding. Before delidding I couldn't get realbench to run for even a few seconds at 4.9, after delidding I was able to get it to pass at 1.465V.

It scaled beautifully with delidding, nice solid chip!"


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Awesome, that does sound like a great chip!

Are you comfortable running at 1.465V with the generally accepted limit right around 1.45?
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I'm sure it would be fine since I've seen many other pushing that for a 24/7 overclock. Personally however I most likely will stick with 4.8GHz. It's just nice to know that I got lucky for once. Ordered from Amazon for $364.99 and ended up with a binned 4.8Ghz chip. That never happens for me.


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