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post #22911 of 22955 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 09:28 PM
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I know what you meant, I was just joking. Sick score for a 3770k too!

By the way, what's your 5775C's score?
Highest I've had it was 982 but that's because I can't get her stable over 4.5GHz, if I wasn't thermally limited there would probably be a chance of higher but once you get past about 80C-85C it becomes a lot like Haswell in being voltage hungry. That and even 4.5GHz with a vcore of 1.485v is a hair too high for my tastes.

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post #22912 of 22955 (permalink) Old 05-05-2019, 08:34 AM
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is the 4790k bottleneck for rtx 2080?
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post #22913 of 22955 (permalink) Old 05-08-2019, 01:54 PM
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is the 4790k bottleneck for rtx 2080?
Only if going for 1080p 144hz or 165hz, then it might hold it back some compared to an 8700K or 9900K but not a ton. Though if you have a good chip clocking it as high as you can should get you within 10% of those chips single thread wise.

CPU’s I’ve owned: P4 630, P4 631, C2D E6320, C2D E6700, X3230, QX9650, X5470, i7 920, i7 3770K ES, Pentium 2020M, i5 4690K, i7 5775C, Athlon XP 3200+, Athlon 64 X2 1.8GHz, A10 4600M, Ryzen 5 2600X, Ryzen 7 3800X (soon to be)

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post #22914 of 22955 (permalink) Old 05-08-2019, 03:47 PM
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is the 4790k bottleneck for rtx 2080?
Depends on load, even 9900K OC will bottleneck a 1080 in some games. If your application is GPU heavy it's not an issue, if it's CPU heavy then upgrading a GPU will give you close to no gain.
You have to check with the apps you use.
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post #22915 of 22955 (permalink) Old 07-04-2019, 03:44 PM
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Bringing back the thread.
I have a 4690K on a Gigabyte Z97 HD3.
I m keeping it until I upgrade to a Ryzen 3600,after the summer.
The thing is ,the cpu is delidded and has been running for the past 2 years at [email protected] and the cache [email protected] my memory (4 Kingston 1600mhz sticks)was oced to 2400 with 11-13-13-31 1T timmings @ 1.65V and had added some SA offset at +0.06V.
For 2 years I had no issues at all.
The last few months I had some random crashes at PUBG and some BSODs and running a prime95 indicated that my oc was unstable.
I have been trying to get my settings stable for 3-4 days now,but I cant.All I have managed is to get the cpu at [email protected] and the cache at the same [email protected] but it refuses to stay stable with the memory oced too.
What should I mess with to make it work like it used to?
I tried increasing the ring voltage,the SA offset,even messed with analog/digital voltages.Nothing seemed to helped...
Any ideas?
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Bringing back the thread.
I have a 4690K on a Gigabyte Z97 HD3.
I m keeping it until I upgrade to a Ryzen 3600,after the summer.
The thing is ,the cpu is delidded and has been running for the past 2 years at [email protected] and the cache [email protected] my memory (4 Kingston 1600mhz sticks)was oced to 2400 with 11-13-13-31 1T timmings @ 1.65V and had added some SA offset at +0.06V.
For 2 years I had no issues at all.
The last few months I had some random crashes at PUBG and some BSODs and running a prime95 indicated that my oc was unstable.
I have been trying to get my settings stable for 3-4 days now,but I cant.All I have managed is to get the cpu at [email protected] and the cache at the same [email protected] but it refuses to stay stable with the memory oced too.
What should I mess with to make it work like it used to?
I tried increasing the ring voltage,the SA offset,even messed with analog/digital voltages.Nothing seemed to helped...
Any ideas?
Try cache at 1.1v-1.15v.

CPU’s I’ve owned: P4 630, P4 631, C2D E6320, C2D E6700, X3230, QX9650, X5470, i7 920, i7 3770K ES, Pentium 2020M, i5 4690K, i7 5775C, Athlon XP 3200+, Athlon 64 X2 1.8GHz, A10 4600M, Ryzen 5 2600X, Ryzen 7 3800X (soon to be)

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Try cache at 1.1v-1.15v.
That seemed to work.
I had tried cache voltage up to 1.10.
Tried 1.12 and seems stable.Gave it a try at 4.2Ghz cache too,but it's not stable there.
Little difference anyway so gonna leave it like this.
The thing is,did the chip degrade?The voltages were low and very safe for them to degrade the cpu.
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post #22918 of 22955 (permalink) Old 07-08-2019, 01:24 AM
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That seemed to work.
I had tried cache voltage up to 1.10.
Tried 1.12 and seems stable.Gave it a try at 4.2Ghz cache too,but it's not stable there.
Little difference anyway so gonna leave it like this.
The thing is,did the chip degrade?The voltages were low and very safe for them to degrade the cpu.
Doubtful, it was probably never 100% and it finally showed it in a workload would be my guess, I’ve had that happen months after deeming an oc stable. My 4690K took I think 1.3v for 4.2GHz cache if I remember correctly, so to me 1.1v does seem pretty low, but I also had a dud chip so that doesn’t mean much coming from me. But yeah anytime you have what you think might be a memory instability always try cache voltage/clocks before messing with the RAM.

CPU’s I’ve owned: P4 630, P4 631, C2D E6320, C2D E6700, X3230, QX9650, X5470, i7 920, i7 3770K ES, Pentium 2020M, i5 4690K, i7 5775C, Athlon XP 3200+, Athlon 64 X2 1.8GHz, A10 4600M, Ryzen 5 2600X, Ryzen 7 3800X (soon to be)

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For me the issue was RAM, once I set every single RAM setting manually locked to my tested OC settings it works without issues, no longer is the mobo booting RAM with some setting slightly different each time and causing random occurrence issues due to it. +delid and 4.6GHz but my chip doesn't scale so it's somewhere around 1.35V for that. 4.7GHz is not truly stable for long use and it will have an issue on a daily basis I think.
4.2GHz ring 1.17V for ages, now I think 1.2V to be sure since I never bothered testing the ring much. 4.3 at higher volts I think didn't work much but then I really didn't care for pushing the ring clocks and volts on it.

The chips settle after a few months but so does your OC run longer and can show an issue. Plus the endless Intel issues and ucode changes etc. are for sure messing with stuff to make some CPUs unstable again. I think some changes were even outright denied as they weren't stable on anything. Some changes were so slow and bad some OS makers told Intel to literally f. off with those.

I can run most clocks at lower volts but one or two of the cores run worse I believe and they also run hotter even delided. That's the i5s, you get scrap dies that suck.
Still, most can do 4.5-4.6GHz and hold up even today for most uses, unless you bought it for software encoding, rendering which was wrong in the first place.

Would not bother upgrading to a 6 core, get an 8 core at least. 3700X+.
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Well,after some gaming,it was't stable at all.
Pubg tends to find unstable oc easily and crashes.And other things crash when that happens which makes me think it's the ram,but I seriously can't find the cause of instability.
As I said ,my settings for the past two years which were 100% stable were 1.21 Vcore,1.06 Cache and +0.06 offset for SA.Now I have tried up to 1.22 Vcore,1.12 Cache,+0,1 SA and 0,05 Digital and analog offset.I haven't messed with Vrrin,because at load is at 1,69 which is over the 0,4V that it requires from the vcore.
When I oc only the core and cache,it's stable.I'm checking it with Prime95,which at 95% of the situations if I get past the 2 hours then I'm stable.When Ram gets into the game,then it's not.
It's quite hot here there days,but it had been the past years too and it worked just fine with no problems.
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