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that's where it stabilizes. I have a Xidax branded (really an asetek) 240mm fatboy rad AIO with a noctua f-12 on it, and thermal grizzly kyronaut.

When i did some extremal test at LC loop with delided 4690k @ 5Ghz @ 1,47V the hottest core after longer session of witcher 3 was 63c. Normaly 52-55.

Looks like broadwell is screaming for delid and CLU biggrin.gif
post #742 of 1291
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When i did some extremal test at LC loop with delided 4690k @ 5Ghz @ 1,47V the hottest core after longer session of witcher 3 was 63c. Normaly 52-55.

Looks like broadwell is screaming for delid and CLU biggrin.gif
results i've seen show about 10-12c improvement on a delid. Small sample size though. It isn't as needed as on 7700k or 4790k, but it's Intel's crap TIM always. It will give pretty great results. Some folks did it earlier in this thread. This is what it looks like naked.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/12/17 at 4:57pm
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I need to know what happens when u add 2667-3000mhz ram with these. If it really ramps up performance . Then tweak the ring bus to 4ghz to really get things going..
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I need to know what happens when u add 2667-3000mhz ram with these. If it really ramps up performance . Then tweak the ring bus to 4ghz to really get things going..

It does not. Best is to have 2133 Mhz with CL9 or 2400Mhz CL10. Both seems to give additional 1-2 fps in games comapre to lower frequency memories (not lowest).

Bumping Mhz higher does not help at all and if your CAS is too high it will even be worse.

At least from what I have seen.



4.3 stable 1.38V right now. Highest temp on Kryonaout and H105 cooler was 61C.

Pretty happy with mine. Less with GPU....
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4.3 stable 1.38V right now. Highest temp on Kryonaout and H105 cooler was 61C.

Pretty happy with mine. Less with GPU....


Keep core voltage up to 1.4V and cache voltage up to 1.3V and you are fine. Your temperature is great, and 4.3 overclock is very good thumb.gif

Did you play with input voltage, and sistem agent voltage (this can be beneficial when using fast ram) ?
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Keep core voltage up to 1.4V and cache voltage up to 1.3V and you are fine. Your temperature is great, and 4.3 overclock is very good thumb.gif

Did you play with input voltage, and sistem agent voltage (this can be beneficial when using fast ram) ?

I alwys put my initial to 1.900 and so far it works. Never touched system agent voltange on any CPU.

I also disable turbo and Intel fast something in BIOS so it does not mess up my stability.

I will try gaming with this once I decide if I want to stay with my 1080 TI STRIX or not. OCing this GPU pisses me off.... mad.gif
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Ok guys... What do I need to now about broadwell OC? How is it different then haswell?
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Ok guys... What do I need to now about broadwell OC? How is it different then haswell?

Nothing is really different in OCing. It can take more voltage, so even 1.4 is safe although I would not go higher.

Rest is the same. XMP, sync all cores, min cache, core voltage, cache voltage, initial voltage, disable Intel speed and Turbo in BIOS and just see where you can get.

You should get 4.2 easly on 1.3 or below. But if you see you are not booting with 4.3 try to give it hefty 1.38V. To jump from 4.2 to 4.3 it needs quite a lot of hit smile.gif
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My cpu arrived.
Edited by DyndaS - 4/14/17 at 2:29pm
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It does not. Best is to have 2133 Mhz with CL9 or 2400Mhz CL10. Both seems to give additional 1-2 fps in games comapre to lower frequency memories (not lowest).

Bumping Mhz higher does not help at all and if your CAS is too high it will even be worse.

At least from what I have seen.



4.3 stable 1.38V right now. Highest temp on Kryonaout and H105 cooler was 61C.

Pretty happy with mine. Less with GPU....
yeah that's my exact voltages and a little cooler than me. That Kyro is good, eh?

I agree with the Ram but i only tried 2667 c-11, but it was worse than c-9 2133 or c-10 2400. I settled on the latter.
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Nothing is really different in OCing. It can take more voltage, so even 1.4 is safe although I would not go higher.

Rest is the same. XMP, sync all cores, min cache, core voltage, cache voltage, initial voltage, disable Intel speed and Turbo in BIOS and just see where you can get.

You should get 4.2 easly on 1.3 or below. But if you see you are not booting with 4.3 try to give it hefty 1.38V. To jump from 4.2 to 4.3 it needs quite a lot of hit smile.gif
that's pretty much it. Added plus is these are seemingly all almost the same as of late and getting the same clocks at the same voltages, which makes this OC EZ-mode. you could do just what Benny said and prob be stable. I do run SA at 1.075v, cpu I/O at the same, and vccn i run 1.91, but it may be a little loose tbh. it's cool and stable so im cool and stable with it lol.

Mod edit: Please stop double posting, use the edit button or multi quote instead.

http://valid.x86.fr/8s7l7n

Bros, I am game stable at 4.4Ghz and temps arent bad. I am not staying this high b/c it's at 1.47v, but I've passed everything at 4.4!!

look at that single core score!


Edited by Slackaveli - 4/13/17 at 11:31am
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