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I'm using Asus Maximus motherboard to overclock but which level (1-8) of LLC should I use?
Use level 5


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Yeah I would do that. I'm running an h100i v2 and my temps never exceed around 60 at 4.875 1.4+ V.


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IIRC your chip was delidded, so better temps
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Yeah I would do that. I'm running an h100i v2 and my temps never exceed around 60 at 4.875 1.4+ V.


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IIRC your chip was delidded, so better temps
Very true. I was simply using it as a guide. The delid may account for up to 10C max but def. not 20C with a smaller cooler.


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Very true. I was simply using it as a guide. The delid may account for up to 10C max but def. not 20C with a smaller cooler.


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can ur chip hit 5ghz?
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Very true. I was simply using it as a guide. The delid may account for up to 10C max but def. not 20C with a smaller cooler.


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can ur chip hit 5ghz?
It can boot at 5 with like 1.48-1.49V but that's more than I want to run. And any kind of load kills it. 4.9 even is actually not 100% stable. Right up to 4.9 I hit a hard wall


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Been testing a 6600k overclock for a bit, doing x264 stability testing @ 4.5ghz at 1.264v, and 3 hours in x264 freezes a few times, stalling frame encoding with cores dropping to 0% load.
I assume thgat means x264 encounters errors/crashes thus the OC isn't stable?
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It can boot at 5 with like 1.48-1.49V but that's more than I want to run. And any kind of load kills it. 4.9 even is actually not 100% stable. Right up to 4.9 I hit a hard wall


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got mine stable atm @ 49 49 48 48 1.35v

it can boot in @ 5ghz at 1.45v which ive tried and benching makes it bsod

4.9 on all cores think i could get that under 1.45v easy and probs change first 2 cores to 5ghz but I cba atm plus its extra volts and heat

@ 1.35v im pretty happy but will try 50 50 49 49 soon enough
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It can boot at 5 with like 1.48-1.49V but that's more than I want to run. And any kind of load kills it. 4.9 even is actually not 100% stable. Right up to 4.9 I hit a hard wall


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got mine stable atm @ 49 49 48 48 1.35v

it can boot in @ 5ghz at 1.45v which ive tried and benching makes it bsod

4.9 on all cores think i could get that under 1.45v easy and probs change first 2 cores to 5ghz but I cba atm plus its extra volts and heat

@ 1.35v im pretty happy but will try 50 50 49 49 soon enough
That's a good chip. I haven't tried split core frequencies yet. Might try it out. Typically I just keep all cores equal and use BCLK to find the sweet spot between the steps. What are you using to stress test?


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That's a good chip. I haven't tried split core frequencies yet. Might try it out. Typically I just keep all cores equal and use BCLK to find the sweet spot between the steps. What are you using to stress test?


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eek it just crashed in BF4 after awhile bsod 124

maybe it doesn't like per core in games hmmm

all I did in Bios was change multiplier and voltage thats it

im sure there must be other means to get more stable clock

I use Asus realbench H264 10 passes and the stress test for 15 mins
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Why the max VID according to HWmonitor is 1.268V? Bios setting is 1.375V/LLC5 (Asus)



Even though it seems to be stable at x48 (x44 uncore), I have a feeling it is underperforming a little bit. e.g. Cinebench R15 - 768, AIDA64 Queen - 44400. Can it be because I am temporarily running on single 4GB 2133/CL15 stick?
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