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36 minutes ago, SlowMixit said:

For me stabilizing factor was VCCSA and VCCIO of 1.3v above 5.3Ghz.

I run Cache at 46x, maybe i could go one step further to 47x,

 

I tried going Cinebench R15 stable with 5.4Ghz and machine rebooted within 5 seconds of starting the benchmark so i think VRM on this board cannot do any better.

 

Im thinking of buying Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Elite or Pro, according to buildzoid those boards have good enough VRM even for 9900K if i deside to upgrade later on.

they might have a good vr, but they will suck hard for benchmarks and max oc :P 


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I will give that a try.  I have a VCCSA set at 1.2 and VCCIO set at 1.15.  I am actually running the Cache at 53x curently.


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2 hours ago, GMart84 said:

@SlowMixit

 

I will give that a try.  I have a VCCSA set at 1.2 and VCCIO set at 1.15.  I am actually running the Cache at 53x curently.

If you dial your cache back you might gett better overclocks, i have to do that with my 9900k

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image.thumb.png.f3e350856e82230cd4c0a770913ff00b.pngWell I managed to break the 1700 barrier, I am wondering if Cinebench like tighter timings or the faster memory overclock.  I tried everything and it kept failing, the best results I can get are at the following settings.

 

5.3 GHz @ 1.46 vCore

Cache 6.0 Ghz @ 1.20 VCCSA and 1.15 VCCIO

Memory 3800MHz @ 1.37v

 

Thanks for the help guys, i appreciate the tips.


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8 minutes ago, GMart84 said:

image.thumb.png.f3e350856e82230cd4c0a770913ff00b.pngWell I managed to break the 1700 barrier, I am wondering if Cinebench like tighter timings or the faster memory overclock.  I tried everything and it kept failing, the best results I can get are at the following settings.

 

5.3 GHz @ 1.46 vCore

Cache 6.0 Ghz @ 1.20 VCCSA and 1.15 VCCIO

Memory 3800MHz @ 1.37v

 

Thanks for the help guys, i appreciate the tips.

TBH I'm not sure what to think about CB and how it behaves with different RAM coinfigs. For example my 4790K scores higher with single channel DDR3 1866 than it does with dual channel DDR3 1600. Though that is single channel on my Z97 Sabertooth MKII, dual channel on a Gigabyte H97 HD3.


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I ended up trying it with the RAM set at 3200 with CL14 Timings and the score was exactly the same at 1704.  I think I am at the limit of my chip.  Not bad but not the greatest.  I will take it as I have heard that you don't get the best chips where I bought it.  5.2 @ 1.36 is good enough for a 1663 cb and much safer for an everyday OC, IMHO.


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@GMart84 You have very loose timings for 3800, are those Samsung B-Die? If they are you would be better going 3733 CL16, there is post in Asus ROG forums about this for Z370/Z390 mainboards.

 

11 hours ago, Jumper118 said:

they might have a good vr, but they will suck hard for benchmarks and max oc :P 

We will see, i have no problem buying another board if they suck in benchmarks and max oc.

I need do research, check overclocking reviews etc.. to see what i should buy.

 

 

Edit : Update, managed to get it Cinebench stable for one run at 5.45Ghz, had to try like 5 times and 4 times of those the machine just shut down because VRM could not keap up.

I'm shure now CPU is capable 5.5Ghz with better mainboard for Cinebench stability.

If i just had GMart84's mainboard :D

 

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That is awesome.  Now I am really jealous!  I had to jump to the Maximus from a Strix to get more stability both Z370 boards.  I have tried everything and the RAM will not OC with tighter timings even at 3733, I am pretty sure it is not Samsung B-Die though I would need to take it out to double check.  As for the CPU 5.3 is my peak, I even tried it with a manual overclock of 1.52 and it was unstable.  It would boot at 5.4 @ 1.48-1.52 but it fails almost immediately into any workload, even with the cache turned down to 40.  Oh well, I love MicroCenter but I have heard they do not get good chips from the factories.


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29 minutes ago, GMart84 said:

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That is awesome.  Now I am really jealous!  I had to jump to the Maximus from a Strix to get more stability both Z370 boards.  I have tried everything and the RAM will not OC with tighter timings even at 3733, I am pretty sure it is not Samsung B-Die though I would need to take it out to double check.  As for the CPU 5.3 is my peak, I even tried it with a manual overclock of 1.52 and it was unstable.  It would boot at 5.4 @ 1.48-1.52 but it fails almost immediately into any workload, even with the cache turned down to 40.  Oh well, I love MicroCenter but I have heard they do not get good chips from the factories.

You can check your RAM using Thaiphoon Burner.


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Okay I take that whole thing back, I just got it to stable out at 3733 16-21-34 @ 1.37v.


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11 minutes ago, GMart84 said:

Okay I take that whole thing back, I just got it to stable out at 3733 16-21-34 @ 1.37v.

You know you can go a bit higher on the RAM voltage.  Someone that knows a bit about RAM recently recommended no higher than 1.47V for a kit like yours.  Also, he has been testing on a kit like yours so you may want to look at some of his results.  They aren't on Intel though so you might be able to do better than he has.  

 

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sorry, Mac, so no CPU-Z. stock frequency at 2.3Ghz.

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14 minutes ago, FuzzyYellow said:

sorry, Mac, so no CPU-Z. stock frequency at 2.3Ghz.

If that's a socketed 2820QM, pls gib.

 

pls.


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1 minute ago, DildorTheDecent said:

If that's a socketed 2820QM, pls gib.

 

pls.

it's a Mac, so soldered. :(


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2 minutes ago, FuzzyYellow said:

it's a Mac, so soldered. :(

reeeeeeeee


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1 minute ago, DildorTheDecent said:

reeeeeeeee

still a 2820QM though. man this is a great CPU.


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2700x 

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1600x top score :) beat me now jumper.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have updated the sheet to the bottom of 678 :P only 10 pages behind now :D 

 


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Harrynowl's 775/771 OC and mod guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/232325-lga775-core2duo-core2quad-overclocking-guide/ http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/365998-mod-lga771-to-lga775-cpu-modification-tutorial/

ProKoN haswell/DC OC guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/41234-intel-haswell-4670k-4770k-overclocking-guide/

 

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