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post #3631 of 3653 (permalink) Old 02-17-2019, 11:18 AM
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Was able to drop the voltage some on my i7, running 1.395v now, heck I might be able to drop it down close to 1.39v which would probably shave a few degrees off of the top end over the 1.4v I have been running forever.

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post #3632 of 3653 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 10:11 AM
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Nevermind, 1.395v was not stable, so weird how 0.05v makes all the difference in terms of stability.

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Nevermind, 1.395v was not stable, so weird how 0.05v makes all the difference in terms of stability.
I get that too. I've done 10mv adjustments to be on the safe side though.

On a side note, the 90w power brick was inadequate for the 4980hq when I was running it at more than 90w. Go figure
It runs fine with this big honking 150w brick I picked up, but now the cpu cooler is inadequate. I may just power limit it and stick with the dainty brick. It does run the igpu 1450mhz at stock volts though. IDK how long for since the package heats up to fast to do it for an extended amount of time.

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post #3634 of 3653 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 04:12 PM
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I get that too. I've done 10mv adjustments to be on the safe side though.

On a side note, the 90w power brick was inadequate for the 4980hq when I was running it at more than 90w. Go figure
It runs fine with this big honking 150w brick I picked up, but now the cpu cooler is inadequate. I may just power limit it and stick with the dainty brick. It does run the igpu 1450mhz at stock volts though. IDK how long for since the package heats up to fast to do it for an extended amount of time.
Stick an AIO on it lol.

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Stick an AIO on it lol.
The mobo does have 2 fan headers, but the rad would have to hang out :/
I have my daughter's old gaint cooler (had to take off because moving her rig into the living room for vr was causing the cooler to bend the bottom pins on her cpu socket too much and causing random shutdowns) I could put on just to bench it Would make a nice pic.

But the 4.0 core/4.0 cache is still quite fast at light duty even staying inside the case. If I increase the volts that tiny cooler gets noisy.

Edit: This is about all the oc that little cooler can handle: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14817730
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The mobo does have 2 fan headers, but the rad would have to hang out :/
I have my daughter's old gaint cooler (had to take off because moving her rig into the living room for vr was causing the cooler to bend the bottom pins on her cpu socket too much and causing random shutdowns) I could put on just to bench it Would make a nice pic.

But the 4.0 core/4.0 cache is still quite fast at light duty even staying inside the case. If I increase the volts that tiny cooler gets noisy.

Edit: This is about all the oc that little cooler can handle: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14817730
I’m sure there is a way to integrate it outside of the case to where it flows with the design of it somehow lol.

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I’m sure there is a way to integrate it outside of the case to where it flows with the design of it somehow lol.
I tried the space saving way of pulling the lid off to improve cooling underneath, but there was already lm under there. A lot of it I cleaned it up, put on some nail polish instead of that metallic tape, gave it some clp, and the temps are about the same. At least I got a nice pic with the 4770k, 4980hq and 5775c.
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I tried the space saving way of pulling the lid off to improve cooling underneath, but there was already lm under there. A lot of it I cleaned it up, put on some nail polish instead of that metallic tape, gave it some clp, and the temps are about the same. At least I got a nice pic with the 4770k, 4980hq and 5775c.
Needs a nsfw nudity alert lol.

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I.... don't freaking believe it... my RAM for the first time in TWO YEARS is running at its XMP settings, like it is supposed to. With 4 x 8GB sticks installed.

Edit: Did some further testing and it was indeed repeatable. The way I got it to work was set BCLK: DRAM ratio to 100:133 and for some reason selecting 2400MHz in the drop down works, with all 4 sticks. The problem is I can't complete a run of Firestrike without it saying I canceled it, but it doesn't crash in anything else so I am not sure what that is. I thought that it may have needed just a slight bump up in DRAM voltage but the board will not post with even a hair above 1.65v, also could not drop down from 4.4GHz to 4.3GHz like I wanted to (because 4.4GHz is getting to be a hair on the warm side) if I do and reboot the board refuses to POST until I set it back to 4.4GHz and 1.405v, whereas I know 100% 4.3GHz is stable at 1.35v all day. So its super weird but I am not complaining at all just pointing out some oddities with this board. But yeah 4 x 8GB 2400MHz (11-13-13-31-2T) all other timings are on auto, voltage is set to 1.65v VCCIN is set to 1.9v raised the Vcore to 1.405v from 1.4v (just in case, I know RAM clocks can cause instability) and cache from 1.3v to 1.310v.

Edit #2: So to make things weirder as I originally said a long time ago, I remove 2 sticks and it will NOT run at 2400MHz, only 2000MHz. For some reason it will only run its XMP settings with all 4 sticks installed. Reset BIOS, did not work, installed the other two and it power cycles. Clear CMOS and punch all of my overclock settings back in, switch the BCLK: DRAM from Auto to 100:133 (with all 4 sticks) it boots up into windows just fine. No idea why that makes a difference because my BCLK has always been stock at 100x (or sometimes 99 or 101 whatever the minor fluctuations are).

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Actually 100:133 is for 1333, 1866, 2133 and 2666 MHz.
100:100 is for 1600, 2000, 2400, 2600 MHz.

I have successfully tested my 32 GB (4X8) 2400 MHz G.Skill RAM (1.65 V 10-12-12-31-2) with ~8 hrs Prime95 (2x custom) and ~8 hrs Karhu RAM Test (10000%) at <1.65 V and 10-11-12-18-1 primary timings.
No crashes in games after >8 hrs of non-stop gameplay.

Secondary timings are also set.
Have just to finish configuring/testing remaining tertiary timings (marked in red).

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