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    Quote Originally Posted by chrsplmr View Post
    F41' .. I think the principles would be the same even if the mb's arent .. they are both haswell based yes ? c.
    yes they are.

    I have a new "problem" though. Apparently my 4.7 GHz setup wasn't stable after all (got a IRQL not less or equal BSOD). So the fun continues today
    My next try was various setups above 4.6GHz but they all failed to start the benchmark so I had to step down to 102.2x45 at 1.300V with a score of 625 (my lowest ever). To cut down on the temperature I dropped the voltage to 1.225V and all of the sudden I had a much higher score with 674 (higher than most of my 4.7GHz scores). Could someone take a look at my Memory readings and tell me why there has been such a dramatic score increase?

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    Thanks for all the help guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xmanrigger View Post
    I am going to hold you to that. If I fry something, I am going to hunt your ass down and see if square things do fit in round holes.
    lol, Xman that's the main reason I can't go over 5100 at the moment. With 29 ambient it throttles. I disabled overvoltage warning to pass 1.55, but even though it throtles. The only way to go is to disable power (over 150%). After this you can set any value (free to go), and God help us. So, after this, is you, the cooling solution, and the round things away from the square things

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    Quote Originally Posted by F41LH34D View Post
    yes they are. I have a new "problem" though. Apparently my 4.7 GHz setup wasn't stable after all (got a IRQL not less or equal BSOD). So the fun continues today My next try was various setups above 4.6GHz but they all failed to start the benchmark so I had to step down to 102.2x45 at 1.300V with a score of 625 (my lowest ever). To cut down on the temperature I dropped the voltage to 1.225V and all of the sudden I had a much higher score with 674 (higher than most of my 4.7GHz scores). Could someone take a look at my Memory readings and tell me why there has been such a dramatic score increase? Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	25109Thanks for all the help guys!Failhead
    BSODs come usually from low CPU voltage or unstable memory. We can't see what was your memory timmings. You need to open memory Tab of CPUz, not the SPD one. As a rule leave your memory to Auto or XMP and then start to find out what's your highest CPU clock. Then you can start push your memory for frequency or tightest timmings. If you search both the same time, you don't know what fails first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikosa43 View Post
    +1. To avoid condensation try to lower as much as you can the room temperature. If you have an air-conditioner run it on lower temp and if possible make it blow on your bench. Try to have the minimum possible temp difference between chiller's temp and ambient. That will give you more flexibility and less chance to see waterdrops on your waterblock.
    Currently I have my loop setup with the CPU and GPU's to cool all the best I can for max mhz and cooling on all for 3D benching so I'm not changing that at the moment. And over 1,7 volts on the CPU has my checks puckered up somewhat as I have never run such high voltage on a CPU before. Trying to keep the magic smoke inside the components maybe another day

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    sorry about the wrong screenshot, i wasn't sure which one is needed. here is one of my memory Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by F41LH34D View Post
    sorry about the wrong screenshot, i wasn't sure which one is needed. here is one of my memory Click image for larger version. 

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    Those are pretty fat timings for 1600mhz. If just benching, try only running 8-16GB RAM. Much easier to clock than 32gb. Is that the XMP setting? If not, what is the XMP speed?

    For a test, try 9-10-9-27-1. If that works, then try 9-9-9-27-1. If that good then start lowering tras one step at a time. Manually set DRAM voltage to 1.65v to start. This will help stability if at XMP. At the very least, you should be able to set a CR of 1 with present timings.
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    brother HiViz .. This ones for you.
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    I re ran the benchmark at the same 4.6ghz frequency and same 16gb 1600mhz ram but i turned off the nvidia control panel and got a higher score. its amazing how much that can affect the results, I ran it three times to get some sort of consistency in the score and i got 533,534 and 530 so which ever one you decide to put on the table is fine with me. i wont be taking my cpu any higher unless i get better fans for my aftermarket heatsink . Click image for larger version. 

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    WarMachineRhodey ... freak'n Awesome. Great Job.

    Just that fast I went from 6th to 7th .. honorably done I might add. touche.
    and appreciated, trust that.

    btw .. Welcome to ROG.c.
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