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post #11 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-02-2019, 07:40 AM - Thread Starter
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Np. I will update when I get home.

I'd imagine that uncore is stock since i'm running default. I think its 40x default But i'll get you the values.
Was just reading the official haswell overclock guide where tests were done on the difference between 42x and 35x uncore, the 35x performed better it seemed. I did read Gigabyte mobo set the default to 40x. Does it seem high to you?

Im using slots 1 and 2 my primary slots which are even color coted on my mobo but I tried 3 and 4 with no success, as in it didnt boot.

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have your tried booting into a bootable windows usb or CD to do a repair? just trying to give you options.



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Hi,
WOW 1.5v for 1600Ghz memory :/
VRing I suppose is cache voltage a little over 1.2v

CPU vccin under 1.8v is interesting I'm not familiar with z97 at all
X99 and x299 for that matter 1.9v is perfectly okay up to 1.95 max on x99 and x299 can dish out more than that on auto darn near 2.0 lol
I'd research what cpu input voltage should be with 4400GHz frankly it seems pretty low to me but then again 1.5v for 1600Ghz memory seems insane

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Quote: Originally Posted by killerhz View Post
have your tried booting into a bootable windows usb or CD to do a repair? just trying to give you options.
I haven't, IO appreciate the suggestion, worthy of a try, maybe it is a Win issue? god knows at this point lol

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Hi,
WOW 1.5v for 1600Ghz memory :/
VRing I suppose is cache voltage a little over 1.2v

CPU vccin under 1.8v is interesting I'm not familiar with z97 at all
X99 and x299 for that matter 1.9v is perfectly okay up to 1.95 max on x99 and x299 can dish out more than that on auto darn near 2.0 lol
I'd research what cpu input voltage should be with 4400GHz frankly it seems pretty low to me but then again 1.5v for 1600Ghz memory seems insane

System agent too no voltage I can see except auto in bios.
Ya I know what you mean, 1.5v does seem like a lot but I guess thats how z97 does it, from some research I see others go much higher when OC,ing. To be honest when researching stock vs OC values for this mobo and CPU combo I think my numbers are on par with what they should be. I dont see anything that sticks out at me, when comparing to other OC's.

Although my Voltages seem fine, I think the next step is to try out another PSU which I can get from my brother and as suggfested a possible Win repair *dunno.

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Hi,
Which exact psu do you have sorry if I missed it if you already posted it.
Really only thing that looks low is vccin.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Which exact psu do you have sorry if I missed it if you already posted it.
Really only thing that looks low is vccin.
Corsair TX750
Ill try to search something on vccin:

Found this:

The Key Lesson: VCCIN = +0.4 VCore

Intel defines the VCCIN specification (called the ‘Eventual CPU input voltage’ in the ROG BIOS) in relation to CPU Vcore as follows:

Less than 0.4V – not recommended. Instability is almost guaranteed
0.4V – ideal value
0.4-0.6V – general ‘OK’ range
Above 0.6V – not recommend as long-term damage can occur
Generally speaking, higher VCCIN can cause a higher CPU temperature

When taking another look at the VCCIN it fluctuates, but when load my vcore is 1.38 and vccin does go to 1.783~ which seems to fall right in place, I think the screen shot I took just happened to be at a time it dipped.

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Hi,
All I was looking at was max voltage readings.
I doubt setting to 1.8v is going to cause anything bad to happen

Matter of fact if I use 1.8v and set to llc-1 I'd get as low as you show for vccin.

In bios if you select vccin it will show you the minimum/ standard and max allowed.
I'd usually go standard until I'd need more to stable out it or system agent...

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Is the TX750 you have the one with the orange sticker one the side?
If it is you should know its not very good and you should replace it as it has very poor ripple suppression and that will limit your OC and might even damage everything in your PC

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Is the TX750 you have the one with the orange sticker one the side?
If it is you should know its not very good and you should replace it as it has very poor ripple suppression and that will limit your OC and might even damage everything in your PC
Which site stated this? Even the TX750 from 2007 was given a superb rating for ripple control.

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