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    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    ...same thing happened to me. I kept upping the voltage to run IBT x45 and it kept crashing, except I wasn't using offset. I just figured it was over heating although it happened so quick I couldn't see it happen...... not sure if Gigabyte finally set the bios where temp will shut down the board or not? I know on IB it wouldn't.....
    Nah i dont think its temp related as it never get above 65c before it BSOD, as the video encoding isnt putting 100% load on the cpu RealTemp reports about 50-60% Load, which again makes me wonder why its BSOD, as ADIA64 and OCCT were putting much more stress on the CPU than what Ripbot does when i start encoding with it


    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Maybe try LLC one step up and test with Prime95 27.9.
    From 'Medium' to 'High'?, i changed it to 'AUTO' for the 4.7 OC, so i think thats covered???


    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    how much ram? is cpu ring voltage same as cpu/vtt on ivy?

    @ace hyper threaded chips tend to be the better clockers tbh,seem to need less volts
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    Default Re: Haswell Overclocking Guides / Results

    might need a touch more 1.10v cpu ring voltage?? might be where its falling over,esp with 16gb
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    Default Re: Haswell Overclocking Guides / Results

    That setting is left as 'Auto' though
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    well if its the same as ivy in controlling the cpu memory controller stock 1.05v wont be enough for 16gb,it wont adjust on auto you have to manually set it

    im only guessing mind, I don't know haswell,certainly wouldn't hurt to test with 1.10v,put back to stock/auto if it doesn't improve stability

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    Default Re: Haswell Overclocking Guides / Results

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    how much ram? is cpu ring voltage same as cpu/vtt on ivy?

    @ace hyper threaded chips tend to be the better clockers tbh,seem to need less volts
    Thats what I am seeing also. I figured since I disabled HT on my 920, and 3770k I would save the $100 can get the i5. But now I am thinking of getting the i7 tonight.
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    Default Re: Haswell Overclocking Guides / Results

    get it,its worth the extra in the long run,ive seen a fair few 4670k and 3570k's using more voltage than the bigger brother hyperthreaded chips,maybe they are more closely binned? idk

    I never disable hyperthreading on mine,just clock to suit with it enabled
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    well if its the same as ivy in controlling the cpu memory controller stock 1.05v wont be enough for 16gb,it wont adjust on auto you have to manually set it

    im only guessing mind, I don't know haswell,certainly wouldn't hurt to test with 1.10v,put back to stock/auto if it doesn't improve stability

    is that lettuce? sorry just realised
    I'll give it a try.

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    I think sin is writing an oc guide and fair few users here have just gone haswell so should help with settings ect

    if you didn't wanna mess with cpu ring voltage you could simply pull 8gb from your pc and rerun your stress tests and see if it fairs any better,if so youll know its related to memory controller/16gb
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    I can't remember where I saw it, but someone said that disabling hyper threading with a Haswell 4770K cpu dropped core temperatures about 10o (C) during stress testing, but the lowered core temperatures were still pretty high.

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    from HARDOCP - Power, Overclocking, Conclusions - Intel Haswell i7-4770K IPC and Overclocking Review:
    Turning off HyperThreading on our i7-4770K helped us out with core temperatures in a big way. This is probably the single biggest thing you can do to cool off your Haswell 4770K. Turning off HyperThreading will knock a quick 5C to 8C off your individual core temperatures in our experience under high overclocks. Doing this hurts the performance of your processor, possibly a lot, possibly a little, depending on your application. To throw some quick numbers at you, when turning off HyperThreading on our 4770K running at 4.8GHz we saw: Cinebench scores decrease by over 20%, POV-Ray render times increase by 10%, Handbrake encode times increase over 7%, Lost Planet low resolution framerates decrease by 20%, and Metro Last Light low resolutions framerates decrease by 25%. Turning HyperThreading off in our high resolution / graphically intensive game benchmarks, we saw Lost Planet impacted less than 1%, and Metro: Last Light impacted less than 2.5%. So if you are using your 4770K with HyperThreading for workstation applications, a Torrent encode farm, or to play games on a 1024x768 CRT, then you will likely want to leave HyperThreading turned on. If you are using it for "modern" gaming, turning off HyperThreading to give you a better CPU overclock will likely benefit you more than losing CPU cycles with HT turned on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    I think sin is writing an oc guide and fair few users here have just gone haswell so should help with settings ect

    if you didn't wanna mess with cpu ring voltage you could simply pull 8gb from your pc and rerun your stress tests and see if it fairs any better,if so youll know its related to memory controller/16gb
    Ok i looked at the CPU Ring Voltage and the value next to 'AUTO' was 1.050v, so i manually entered in 1.065v which didnt seem to help. I then place CPU Ring Voltage back to 'AUTO' and tried removing 1 of the memory sticks and that didnt help either :(
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