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    Have my cpu started dying on me?

    Overclocked my 4770k, delided, with Kraken X60 up to 4.4 ghz which needed 1.32 vcore to be stable. The temps were good and topped at around 70 degrees in Prime95.
    After this I have been trying to reach 4.6 ghz, and was stable (tested 2-3 hours) stress testing without overclocking the memory at 1.41 vcore.
    Here is the settings I've been using trying to get 4.6 ghz stable:
    vcore: 1.41-1.42

    multiplier X 46
    uncore/cache X 35
    vRing 1.3 (1.20 - 1.3) (allso tried auto which gave 1.33)
    VRIN/input 1.9 - 2.1

    VCCSA 0.2 - 0.3 (Allso tried auto) Tried for offset + 0.4 during a stress test for 8 hours, after reading that stock is 0.820, + 0.4 = 1.22 (1.30 is max) which got memory on 2133 mhz stable.

    VCCIOA auto
    VCCIOD auto

    Stress tested with Prime95 and AIDA64 and the temps topped at around 75-77 degrees.
    Idle 25-30 degrees.
    Yesterday I decided trying to overclock with OCCT with Linpack, AVX, all cores enabled.
    Suddenly my cpu temps started rising instantley up to 100 degrees, so I stopped the stress test.
    After this when I tried any stress test it instantly started raising up to 100+ degrees and had to stop it.
    Repasted my cpu again, reset cmos, and reinstalled BIOS (incase something got messed up), but the same thing happended when I started stress testing, stright up to 100+ degrees.
    Checked the cpu fans on the Kraken X60 heatsink, and they seem in order.

    Tried to downclock to 1.20 vcore and lower cpu multiplier, but same think happened, stright to 100+ degrees.
    Only thing that seem to work now are stock clocks, and even they are reaching 80-83 degrees after around 5 minutes.

    So is my cpu dying on me, or can it be the motherboard that has gotten to high volts?

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    VRIN/input 1.9 - 2.1.....??? why so high....
    I am on Auto or less then 1.80V.

    VCCSA 0.2 - 0.3...this voltage is mostly for DDR3-2600 and above....(you have 2133)
    Your full spec. will be usefull..
    How you read temp......I mean which software you using?
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    Had VRIN at 1.9 since it should be around 0.5v over vcore. vcore 1.41 - 1.42 + 0.5 = 1.9 - 1.95.

    Also tried lower VCCSA, but was still unstable at + 0.3. Trying to up it to 0.4 made it stable though, but ain't going to keep it there as it's too high.

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    I am using coretemp/realtemp to read cpu temps.
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    Temperature measure with..???


    4.62 GHz-DDR3-3000MHz CL12-14-13-28-1T@1.65V



    Vcore......1.335V
    VCCIN.....1.810V
    VRing......1.230V
    VCCSA....+0.26V
    VCCIOA...+0.24V
    VCCIOD...+0.25V
    Vdimm.....1.650V
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    Sorry, too fast on the trigger there. Edited my post above:

    Full specs:

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    I am using coretemp/realtemp to read cpu temps.

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    I suggest...load Optimized Defaults in BIOS.
    Then, try CPU multi x40......and see what is the voltage need... to be stable (keep memory on stock...1333)...and what is temp.
    IBT is good to test (or start with AIDA64....less temp)....
    Increase only Vcore.......all other on Auto.
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    Have tried loading optimal/default settings and multiplier on 40, vcore at around 1.10 - 1.20, but temps as mentioned earlier has suddenly started going crazy up to 100+ degrees in a couple of seconds.

    Earlier my temps hardly went past 75-80 for hours on 4.2 (!) vcore! So something is wrong.
    Thinking I need to try to repaste the CLU between the die and IHS for a third time.

    It looks like the trouble came when I started testing with AVX in OCCT Linpack, som maybe the TIM got worse/romoved from some parts of the die, and my second repaste was not good enough?

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    After repasting the TIM again, the temps are now back to "normal".

    Tried setting the multiplier to 40, RAM at 1333 mhz at 1.5v and everything else on auto.
    Theese are the voltages showing at auto:

    vcore 0.912v
    VIN/VRIN 1.864
    VID 1.201
    vRing 1.229

    VID 1.201, after what I have read that is pretty terrible at stock settings.
    Saw some guide out there stating 1.0 at stock is great, 1.1 average, and 1.2+ is thrashbin next. Guess I was unlucky in the lottery this time.

    Will try your suggestion and only rising the multiplier and vcore, and everything else on auto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeusApollon View Post
    After repasting the TIM again, the temps are now back to "normal".

    Tried setting the multiplier to 40, RAM at 1333 mhz at 1.5v and everything else on auto.
    Theese are the voltages showing at auto:

    vcore 0.912v
    VIN/VRIN 1.864
    VID 1.201
    vRing 1.229

    VID 1.201, after what I have read that is pretty terrible at stock settings.
    Saw some guide out there stating 1.0 at stock is great, 1.1 average, and 1.2+ is thrashbin next. Guess I was unlucky in the lottery this time.

    Will try your suggestion and only rising the multiplier and vcore, and everything else on auto.
    That is not true VID.

    How to determine true VID is...

    1. Load Optimized defaults.
    2 save and apply.
    3. reboot enter bios.
    4. Look at middle column for vcore and see what it says.

    Setting cpu multi to 40 and then checking will show you the VID for 40x cpu multi not default VID. I believe my default VID is 1.059v, my cpu can do 4.5ghz at 1.21v.

    Vccin should be 0.400v higher then vcore but can be lower. Some people can run 2.0v or 2.1v vccin while running 1.3v vcore but my cpu does not like this. Anything over 1.8v vccin at 1.3 will cause instability for me.
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