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i have 2, intel 4790k. which is the easiest and fastest way to test which intel 4790k is better (higher overclock)
for graphic card i could easily test their ASIC
what about intel chip ?
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The only way you can find out it is by overclocking it.

Also there is no correlation between overclocking potential vs ASIC (or at least not one strong enough so we can jump straight to conclusion on the card oc potential).
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stock VID or vcore is quick and dirty. the lower the better
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stock VID or vcore is quick and dirty. the lower the better

^^^^^^^^^^^
that ..... then de-lid it and get more. wink.gif

Have fun!

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Originally Posted by Bartouille View Post

The only way you can find out it is by overclocking it.

Also there is no correlation between overclocking potential vs ASIC (or at least not one strong enough so we can jump straight to conclusion on the card oc potential).

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Originally Posted by electro2u View Post

stock VID or vcore is quick and dirty. the lower the better

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Originally Posted by ssiperko View Post

^^^^^^^^^^^
that ..... then de-lid it and get more. wink.gif

Have fun!

SS
stock VID or vcore is this a programme ?
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help please T.T im new
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If you want sth to compare against my vcore maxes at 1,236v in games, the CPU is running "stock overclock" cause I set it to 4400MHz with all cores active and the base clock to 4400MHz too. Another thing, I'd also try to see which has lower temps if you're not delidding, maybe one of them has better TIM job than the other, you'd have to stress them both with stability benchmarks and if the difference in max temp is 5 degrees or more I'd take the cooler one. Remember to take notes of the ambient temp, it has a lot of impact on your components.
And btw ASIC is no indication of OC capabilities. I had a 75% ASIC 980 G1 and it couldn't run 1500MHz even with any sort of voltage bump and only 1440MHz with stock vcore. People with 67% ASIC 980's got better results than me.
Edited by Klocek001 - 10/2/15 at 10:36pm
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It's the vcore that the CPU uses at stock or says in the bios when you do certain things. It's not an amazing indicator though; the best way for a good comparison is to set some basic settings (like vcore, input voltage, llc, cache multiplier 33x) and then see what core multiplier it will do while changing no variable other than core multiplier.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/
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I'm just picking. No offense intended. thumb.gif
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