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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-29-2018, 03:21 AM
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You shoud try lowering VCCIO and VCCSA. Both are getting towards the upper limit and its unecessary for 3200Mhz RAMs.
Try 1.1-1.13v for each and see how it goes. I got mine at 1.13v with overclocked RAM at 3600Mhz and its running 100% stable with 4.8Ghz @ 1.28v.

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post #22 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-29-2018, 08:49 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by Cryptedvick View Post
You shoud try lowering VCCIO and VCCSA. Both are getting towards the upper limit and its unecessary for 3200Mhz RAMs.
Try 1.1-1.13v for each and see how it goes. I got mine at 1.13v with overclocked RAM at 3600Mhz and its running 100% stable with 4.8Ghz @ 1.28v.
done, tk

Also, was in denial after failing the lottery, and sometimes you need your friends to bring you down to earth.

Thanks everyone for tools and advice as the build is rock solid (no more bsods, random reboots) despite being .005v over bin on vcore.


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done, tk

Also, was in denial after failing the lottery, and sometimes you need your friends to bring you down to earth.

Thanks everyone for tools and advice as the build is rock solid (no more bsods, random reboots) despite being .005v over bin on vcore.

1.39v still seems quite high for only 4.9Ghz. My suggestion would be to back it down to 4.8Ghz (no AVX offset) and test what kind of voltage you need for that. If you need significantly less voltage, say 1.28-1.33v, then it would be pointless to run at 4.9Ghz as the difference will be literally non existant (except a few points in benchmarks) but heat output will be noticeably decreased and life expectancy of the CPU increased. For example, for me it takes 1.28v to be fully stable at 4.8Ghz but it takes 1.408v to be fully stable at 5Ghz. I wont use 5Ghz because the heat is significantly higher, heating up my whole system, eating more power and 200Mhz makes zero difference in what I do. (even from stock 4.3Ghz all core boost it makes no difference for me in the games I use).

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Have you tried using the CPU with some random old keyboard and mouse? Without all the bling bling.

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Also, was in denial after failing the lottery, and sometimes you need your friends to bring you down to earth.
You didn't loose the lottery, you never played at all. You bought a loosing CPU from SL after they played the lottery. Their low offerings seems to be what's left over from the binning process, basically any CPU will do their lowest bin.
I'd just start over, find your vcore wall and sit on the cool side of it if you indent to use the CPU for very long.
My CPU's wall is at 4.7Ghz, after that rational scaling goes out the window. I could easily get more out of it but it's ran this way for several years with no signs of degradation. After 4.5Ghz a 100Mhz increase only equates to about a 2% bump in clockspeed. The higher the clock, the lower the difference with every 100Mhz bump. Example: 100Mhz is a huge bump in performance with a 1Ghz CPU but is negligible with a 5Ghz CPU.
I'd just start over, find your core wall, the cache then ram. Use Small FFT (2 hours) for core and cache then blend (6 hours) once you make it to ram. That 6 hours will test the system as a whole and serves as a final pass.


EDIT: Also your top and bottom pix show the exact same vcore. No point in running a lower clock with the same vcore as the load/amperage+voltage/vcore over time is what will degrade the CPU, not frequency. Those were taken under full load right?

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haha what?
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Finally updated CMOS (from 1.30 to 1.4) -- seem to resolved some earlier issue, will test in under load tonight.

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