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Intel Haswell Overclocking Clubhouse.

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  1. klepp0906 New Member

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    Ya best I can get with uncore is 44 or I lose prime stability regardless of voltage. Not ideal but not as bad as yours apparently.

    Are you delidded? I know if I was limited by heat I wouldn't be able to do 4.6, not even close. The 1.47v it takes on air or without a delid would have melted it long ago :p

    The chips are resilient voltage wise, so long as you can keep it cool.
     
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    No, it's not delidded. I don't care that much to risk it and for the extra work.
     
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    Yea I hear ya. The only reason I did was the fact that I'm running 4 titans and they're severely bottlenecked by clock speed. So much so that I'm still considering playing the silicon lottery to try for another couple hundred MHz.

    Ah if only CPUs were available at the dollar store. >.<
     
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    With 4 titans you might as well go -E processor, or Xeon.
     
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    Dude, go with a 4930k. It is hard for me to recommend LGA1150 platform for people that want to run more than 2 GPUs.
     
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    Little late now :p Would still be plenty bottlenecked via clockspeed regardless.
     
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    Not the number of cores nor the pcie lanes that are doing the bottlenecking :p

    Id lie if I said I didn't consider it when building this rig, but for several reasons I went haswell. Cost and the fact I didn't initially intend to end up going apeshit first among them :p
     
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    I feel like a 4930k at 4.5-4.7 would do a ton better than a Haswell build. But then again, I am not really sure how info from the CPU is send for the GPU for output. Like is it dependent on app or does that not matter with SLI and the extra cores and speed would be beneficial regardless.
     
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    Yeah I think the 500$ gaming rig might just make a comeback in a huge way. The last time I saw a good rally on a rig that was comparable in price to a console was in the athlon xp/pentium 4 days. On the right cooler a lower end P4 could clock up to the go neck and neck with the highend ones and the mobile athlon XP's smoked everything. I took an AXP 2600m from 2 to 2.7GHZ (35% clock) on water. This chip appears to be able to handle the same % clock on air while still being in the super budget range.
     
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    Ok *edit*

    4.8GHz @ 1.25v and everything else on auto!

    [​IMG]
     
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    nice oc fullinfusion ^^

    maybe it's time to get myself a i7 "if" it would work properly in my MSI Z87 Gaming AC board and i don't have to have the same problems as with my Intel Pentium G3258....
     
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    Is there not a bios update for that board?

    Im running @ 4.9 ATM testing and using a Maximus VI formula Z87

    And Im having alot of fun tonight ;)
     
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    i already is running the latest bios v1.3 that should support Devil's Canyon and my Intel Pentium G3258 but when i oc it don't want to reboot from bios or oc only cold boots.
     
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    Might be the board, I know certian boards are locking the multi in the bios and the users cant go past x47
    But that might be just Asus who knows.

    I just booted @ 5GHz

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    Im not sure what is good but passed @ 5.0GHz

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    Very good :), what batch is it?


    btw I got the same cinebench11.5 @ 4.7ghz , cache 4.2ghz, ram 2400mhz ^^
    Cinebench11.5.jpg
    but with more heat on hottest core0 69-72C @ H90 pp fans,
     
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    i haven't had a problem using the multiplier and if it's locked then how can i boot at x46 and run superpi, 3dmark, catzilla and more without a problem with the little Pentium fella? ^^


    nice 5ghz would be nice having a 5ghz quad-core ^^
     
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    Batch #L418C164

    Same as Cadaveca's ones.

    In the bios on Auto the vCpu is 1.040v

    It's a nice chip but I lack the knowledge to clock and be stable @ 5.0Ghz

    SB and IB chips were NP but Hasswell lol, TBD :laugh:

    4.9 is so far 100% stable for all my tests but as soon as I hit 5ghz things go for shit.

    It boots into windows and runs AIDA but as soon as I run either Cinibench it locks up.
     
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    Sorry about my DP's, but Im HELPING CADAVECA to compile info on these Hasswell chips For his Hasswell Overclocking Part II Thread :rockout:

    Temperatures are fantastic with this chip, The highest I've seen is 75c ish

    I think 4.9 is the best 24/7 stable so far. Im going to need help with all the other voltages to try and stabilize a 5GHz clock speed.

    Who know's maybe a new Bios from ASUS will fix the 100MHz jump Im having problems with but hey FTW this DC chip Is killer :peace:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Stable with current voltage. Im going to drop it to 1.30v and see what happens.

    [​IMG]
     
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    My 100% sweet spot of 4.8GHz .

    5.1GHz is bootable, but I don't know enough yet about these chips to try for stable.

    I'm sure it's even higher under LN2 but I dont play with that stuffs

    [​IMG]
     
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    but but lies, I mean cmon every review said 5GHZ a pipe dream, 4.7 highest. lol

    4.8 24/7 clock seems to fly in the face of that. Mine should be here shortly though it will take a bit to be back up and running. Rig has been down since early june.
     
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    Well it is still, 5ghz just isnt 24/7, 99% end up at 4.7 - 4.8ghz.
     
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    Hi guys,

    I've had a 4670k since launch but never had the cooling to overclock, that is until yesterday.

    So I've started tinkering about and so far I've got to 4.5ghz at 1.25v (Passed a 12 hour run of intel extreme utility, max temp is 68 Degrees)

    This is actually my first experience overclocking with a core i3/5/7 series cpu, prior to this i had a q6600, so my question is do you guys have any tips on how to improve my OC ?

    Do you think i should try and push for more or start fine tuning and reducing voltage ?

    Thanks in advance for any replies (Also first TPU post)
     
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    1.3v is kind of the higher end for voltage if you want to run 24/7. I'd say see what you can get at 1.3v.
     

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