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August 30, 2013 11:43:25 PM

for vcore which is the best?
a c 156 K Overclocking
August 31, 2013 9:35:56 AM

xHiZoR9 said:
for vcore which is the best?


It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Are you trying to OC? What MB? What CPU? What have you tried so far?

August 31, 2013 10:55:16 AM

Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
for vcore which is the best?


It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Are you trying to OC? What MB? What CPU? What have you tried so far?



well i went fr a 4.7 oc and i am currently using manual voltage because it wont start if i try offset or adaptive. im using a asus maximus vi hero mobo and a i5-4670k processor. voltage at 1.37 and im using a h100i
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a c 156 K Overclocking
August 31, 2013 11:05:48 AM

xHiZoR9 said:
Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
for vcore which is the best?


It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Are you trying to OC? What MB? What CPU? What have you tried so far?



well i went fr a 4.7 oc and i am currently using manual voltage because it wont start if i try offset or adaptive. im using a asus maximus vi hero mobo and a i5-4670k processor. voltage at 1.37 and im using a h100i

Well, if it doesn't run in adaptive or offset, it looks like you have answered your own question. However, I am puzzled as to why adaptive would not work. Maybe someone else will chime in here.

1.37 volts sounds a bit on the high side. Have you tried to use lower voltage? What are your temperatures during stress testing?

Yogi

August 31, 2013 11:20:56 AM

Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
for vcore which is the best?


It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Are you trying to OC? What MB? What CPU? What have you tried so far?



well i went fr a 4.7 oc and i am currently using manual voltage because it wont start if i try offset or adaptive. im using a asus maximus vi hero mobo and a i5-4670k processor. voltage at 1.37 and im using a h100i

Well, if it doesn't run in adaptive or offset, it looks like you have answered your own question. However, I am puzzled as to why adaptive would not work. Maybe someone else will chime in here.

1.37 volts sounds a bit on the high side. Have you tried to use lower voltage? What are your temperatures during stress testing?

Yogi



i have lol crashed at 1.365 volts and my temps during stress tests is under 85 celcius with like occasional spikes to 90 which is like once every 20-30 mins maybe even longer idle is like 31-40 celcius. it isnt that bad of temps esp for a haswell chip i believe
a c 156 K Overclocking
August 31, 2013 11:32:33 AM

xHiZoR9 said:
Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
for vcore which is the best?


It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Are you trying to OC? What MB? What CPU? What have you tried so far?



well i went fr a 4.7 oc and i am currently using manual voltage because it wont start if i try offset or adaptive. im using a asus maximus vi hero mobo and a i5-4670k processor. voltage at 1.37 and im using a h100i

Well, if it doesn't run in adaptive or offset, it looks like you have answered your own question. However, I am puzzled as to why adaptive would not work. Maybe someone else will chime in here.

1.37 volts sounds a bit on the high side. Have you tried to use lower voltage? What are your temperatures during stress testing?

Yogi



i have lol crashed at 1.365 volts and my temps during stress tests is under 85 celcius with like occasional spikes to 90 which is like once every 20-30 mins maybe even longer idle is like 31-40 celcius. it isnt that bad of temps esp for a haswell chip i believe


Temps do sound normal for Haswell.

Where are you reading your voltage? BIOS? Utility?

August 31, 2013 11:50:09 AM

Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
Y0GI said:
xHiZoR9 said:
for vcore which is the best?


It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Are you trying to OC? What MB? What CPU? What have you tried so far?



well i went fr a 4.7 oc and i am currently using manual voltage because it wont start if i try offset or adaptive. im using a asus maximus vi hero mobo and a i5-4670k processor. voltage at 1.37 and im using a h100i

Well, if it doesn't run in adaptive or offset, it looks like you have answered your own question. However, I am puzzled as to why adaptive would not work. Maybe someone else will chime in here.

1.37 volts sounds a bit on the high side. Have you tried to use lower voltage? What are your temperatures during stress testing?

Yogi



i have lol crashed at 1.365 volts and my temps during stress tests is under 85 celcius with like occasional spikes to 90 which is like once every 20-30 mins maybe even longer idle is like 31-40 celcius. it isnt that bad of temps esp for a haswell chip i believe


Temps do sound normal for Haswell.

Where are you reading your voltage? BIOS? Utility?



in bios i set it to 1.70 it increases it to 1.392 though under load and even when its not under load but with my temps i think it should be fine idk lol im new to this
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