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    Oh btw.
    My result. I also consider myself ULTRA CLUMSY.
    Conclusion: don't be afraid, DO IT!

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    Well so far my 4670k needs 1.375v for 4.5ghz and 5 rounds of linx 1 core is at 95c touches 100 for a sec or 2. This with untouched 4670k with mx4 and EK supremacy block. Waiting for my liquid pro will be here tomorrow. I will either delid it tonight or tomorrow. Either way I test with mx4 vs liquid pro.
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    welldone octopuss!!

    what chip? ivy/hass?

    @ace that seems a lot of vcore for 4.5ghz? maybe less if you can run it cooler?
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    Ah. That's Ivy. Was just to illustrate how easy the process is (apparently just as easy for H.).

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    still welldone though

    ive seen a few reports of haswell having a smaller gap between the cpu pcb/heatsink,too small to get a blade inbetween
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    well fixed my high voltage issue. Followed this guid 3 Step Guide to Overclock Your i7 / i5 Haswell Platform | Overclockers sorrta. At least this part
    Now, I’ll share a secret imparted by the folks at ASUS who gave several reviewers some tips on overclocking the retail stepping Haswell chips: Set Vcore to 1.20 V. Set all cores to 46x (which would be a 4.6 GHz overclock), save & reboot. If the system boots past the UEFI and either begins to load or, ideally, makes it into the OS and is stable, you have a 50th percentile or greater chip on the Haswell overclocking-ability bell curve. If it won’t at least boot there and make it into the UEFI, you probably have less than a 50th percentile chip. You can expect chips in the lower 50th percentile to top out in the 4.4-4.5 GHz range at 1.25 V.

    If your chip will boot at 4.6 GHz and 1.25 V, that’s very good. It means you have at least an average chip. If it will boot at 4.6 GHz and is stable there, then you may have an above average chip. The best chips will be able to do 4.8 GHz stable at 1.25 V. Our sample did 4.8 GHz, but at 1.3 V and on a custom water loop. Using 1.3 V will likely put a chip out of the air cooling / AIO water cooling thermal envelope. Temperatures in all of these scenarios, from the dog 4.3 GHz chips up to the good 4.8 GHz chips, will always be in the ~90°C range. That’s just the nature of Haswell. With the VRM on-die, think of Haswell as Ivy Bridge plus 10° C.

    Regrettably, according to overclocking legend Andre Yang, there is no way to bin Haswell for extreme overclocking purposes on ambient cooling. You couldn’t do it with Ivy Bridge either. That ship sailed when Sandy Bridge, well, went under the bridge and continued down the river. If you’re binning for extreme purposes (of which the esteemed Mr. Yang has binned over 500 chips as of late April), you simply have to take them cold. However, for most people’s uses, the method above to bin on air is tried and true through the hundred plus they have binned at ASUS headquarters.

    So, to sum up,

    First check to see whether you have a chip on the upper end or the lower end of the Haswell bell curve.
    There will be a large variation as you can see, from the 4.3 GHz dog up to the ideal 4.8 GHz chip, both at the same voltage and temperature.
    Once you’ve checked on your chip, you have a general goal and can then set 1.25 V – manually, so it doesn’t overshoot like it would on Progressive voltage.
    After setting 1.25 V, then raise the multiplier.
    my cpu will do 4.2ghz at 1.2v 4.5ghz needs 1.325 in bios with llc extreme. Could try to lower LLC to turbo. With Volt meter llc extreme on the z87x-OC board 1.325v llc extreme is 1.334-1.34 i believe and cpuz shows 1.322v.

    So any way delidded the cpu got my liquid pro totally forgot to try mx4 on the cores, mx4 on block but any who, 4.5ghz 1.325v llc extreme 4 rounds of linux cores top out at 70c. From 80c pre delidding and just mx4. Ill post screen show of it running soon.

    Edit - Cpuz and realtemp have trouble reading base clock. Realtemp does read it correct most of the time but still has issues. Need to update to f5i and see if that helps.

    Last edited by Acebmxer; 06-08-2013 at 01:33 AM.
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