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Meh. not the best, not the worst. What are temps like?

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Meh. not the best, not the worst. What are temps like?

20C under load and 55C when stress testing 45C when gaming

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how is a 32% overclock on a intel i5 4670k? 4.5Ghzs at 1.33V

well worse than my chip : 4.5 @ 1.3v 1.9vccin

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20C under load and 55C when stress testing 45C when gaming

Did you delid? Those are ridiculously low temps for 1.33v, especially for a 4670k

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20C under load and 55C when stress testing 45C when gaming

wow thats nice? cooler , rpm?

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I had my 4690K at 4.5GHz at 1.195V, so idk, you tell me, is your OC a good one? ;)

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That voltage seems pretty high for 4.5ghz, but I haven't done much cpu overclocking myself...

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nope not delid 

Live in the North pole? seriously, I would expect +30C for every one of those values. Ambient is usually 19-24C on its own.

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4.5 / 3.8 = 1.184

 

you have an 18.4% overclock

not 32

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4.5 / 3.8 = 1.184

 

you have an 18.4% overclock

not 32

maybe he used occt which tells how much you increased from base frequency not boost frequency

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What cooler?? And what stress test are you using for your load temp?

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aidia 64 extream says its a 32

thats from base clock

when you OC youre changing the boost clock not the base clock

so its actually 18.4% higher than what it was before

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Those temps are... not right for that cpu.

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thats from base clock

when you OC youre changing the boost clock not the base clock

so its actually 18.4% higher than what it was before

Depends on how you tune it (C-States, performance mode, etc.) Assuming he's at a minimum clock of 4.5 it's an effective 32.5% over base, 18.4% over Turbo boost on the 1 or 2 cores (don't remember the per-core tuning off-hand for the 4670k) for those that would be effected by TB.

 

You're both right >_>

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Depends on how you tune it (C-States, performance mode, etc.) Assuming he's at a minimum clock of 4.5 it's an effective 32.5% over base, 18.4% over Turbo boost on the 1 or 2 cores (don't remember the per-core tuning off-hand for the 4670k) for those that would be effected by TB.

 

You're both right >_>

why even mention the base clock

it doesnt even matter

the CPU will never run at the base clock, if its being used it will boost to 3.8GHz

if its not being used it downclocks to 1.something GHz

 

overclocking changes the boost clock

saying that 4.5GHz is a 32% overclock is as ridiculous as claiming "oh my i5 is overclocked 12% out of the box!!!" because it turbos to 3.8 from 3.4

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there under 80C so why is it not right?

What i meant is that they are extremely low considering voltage and that you did not delid. You should be getting 80+degrees. What cooler are you running?

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What i meant is that they are extremely low considering voltage and that you did not delid. You should be getting 80+degrees. What cooler are you running?

corsair h105

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corsair h105

Are you sure you arw looking at cpu temps? That's too low considering your cooler

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why even mention the base clock

it doesnt even matter

the CPU will never run at the base clock, if its being used it will boost to 3.8GHz

if its not being used it downclocks to 1.something GHz

 

overclocking changes the boost clock

saying that 4.5GHz is a 32% overclock is as ridiculous as claiming "oh my i5 is overclocked 12% out of the box!!!" because it turbos to 3.8 from 3.4

Can we both agree that this is completely pointless as it comes down to semantics revolving around how Intel's TB works? If you tuned per-core on #4 and set it to 3.8 you are  overclocking that core 11.7%, as it never would have gone above the baseclock of 3.4 due to TB being a per-core tuning profile and not a sum total core boost.

 

If you're only referencing the fastest core(s) according to the TB scheme, then fine, only 18.4%. AIDA obviously likes to calculate the OC based off the slowest core according to base, go yell at the software engineers.

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