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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-28-2017, 04:42 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi,

I'm kinda new to overclocking.
I'm using OCCT to validate current OC.
I'm running a 4790K into an Asus Maximus Formula VII with 8 GB of Kingston HyperX Beast series XMP DDR3 2400MHz CL11.
Actually the voltage applied to the cpu is 1.22V. I started from 1.25V and now i'm going down 0.01V by 0.01V to find the critical voltage.
The CPU is OC at 4.5Ghz (BLCK ratio is 45).
OCCT say that the current clock during the test is 4597Mhz and i dont understand why i have this 97MHZ delta.
May someone tell me what are the other parameters i could change too in order to improve this OC except the VID applied to the CPU ?

I've noticed something weird to me. Before i tried to OC, i was running the standard conf with turbo boost stuff.
And i'm getting better results on 3Dmarks with it than the current OC. How this could be explained ?
Fire Strike was 19203 before OC and 18756 after biggrin.gif

Thanks for the help !


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 I think sometimes inferior performance after overclocking can mean it's not actually stable.


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Anyway, I think sometimes inferior performance after overclocking can mean it's not actually stable.
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My car doesn't start. Your car is probably broken. Helpfull.
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I like that one. Lower your frequencies or increase the voltages. If you're getting better results with the built in overclocking profiles then run one of them with a stress test and monitor the voltages with HWiNFO or something. The big ones here are CPU VCore, CPU Cache Voltage, VCCSA (system agent) and DRAM voltage. Use that as a baseline and gradually lower them to find your sweet spot. You could also have some other settings that are changed with the auto "turbo boost" setup, like CPU Cache frequency if you're not playing with that with your manual overclock.

Your car is not broken, it can just be tweaked to perform a little better.
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Didnt mean to be rude, but i have no clue. I already know there is a problem ^^ If i knew how to fix it, i would not ask ^^
I did run the OCCT for one hour and had no crash.
I played GTAV like 4 hours in a row and no crash.
I started the voltage at 1.25V and was lowering it with a step of 0.01v.
Still had no crash at 1.22V.
Just getting a fewer points in benchs.

Everything which was related to the turbo boost has been deactivated in the bios.
Do the graphs are pointing you something weird cuz i got no error i think even if i know it doesnt mean that there is no problem.

I'll try to keep lowering the voltage to reach the most efficient one for this frequency and then i'll try to change other settings.
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Then your overclock is probably stable and the auto-overclock features you were using before were also increasing more frequencies than just your CPU + DRAM speeds. Lowering voltages won't increase your score. Your OCCT graphs look fine. Figure out what also is being increased - My guess is the CPU Cache.
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