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Default Re: Asrock Z97 OC Formula-PSC

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Playing with my XDZ G.Skill Trident 2000 9-9-9 some more (1.97v):

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Waiting on the cold results
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Me too :P

Got a 4770K the other day, but I cannot get it to run over 2400 on PSC. Samsung works fine at similar volts to the G3258 I used for all previous PSC testing, but I cannot get PSC to clock at all on this 4770K.

Getting some passes now. It needs completely different SA/IOA/IOD volts to my G3258 and 4670K, but also needs some other settings tweaking.
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Default Re: Asrock Z97 OC Formula-PSC

Got a new Z97 OCF, these boards never fail to amaze me. Not sure why this is but these 4 dimmers, for the mostpart overclock better than any other boards I've had / have. I can cold boot psc at 2666-2750MHz+ and Samuel "D" at 2800-2933MHz, and on all the other top boards (mostly 2 dimmers) just training 2666/2800 can be a real headache. The only thing that has kept me holding on to these other boards is the slightly better rtl's, but have noticed a reaccuring cycle going on where I get OS's prepped for 2dimm boards, get boards prepped for water, phase or lin, get excited to run 32m, enter the bios and am angrily cleaning up an hour later with little to no progress and we're already multiple generations past Haswells heyday. This is my fourth Z97 OCF that just works, and does it well. Here's a few pics of first session, OS mostly stock since I'm binning 4770k's for... imc / 5g-5g volts / all out 32m (ln2)









Album- ASRoĉk Z97 OCF - 2017 4770k binning - Album on Imgur
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Me too :P

Got a 4770K the other day, but I cannot get it to run over 2400 on PSC. Samsung works fine at similar volts to the G3258 I used for all previous PSC testing, but I cannot get PSC to clock at all on this 4770K.

Getting some passes now. It needs completely different SA/IOA/IOD volts to my G3258 and 4670K, but also needs some other settings tweaking.
I never updated with I found, so here it is:

Using normal 0.3/0.25/0.3 IMC volts (and low/low/high IMC volts) it wouldn't pass tight 2600C8 or 2666C8 with my (2666C8 @1.84v) PSC. But Samsung seemed to clock just as well as on my 4670K, this was rather confusing so I spent ages trying different volts and bios settings to get it working.

Eventually I found that I had to use 0.45/0.25/0.45 and manually set the 'training error' setting to 18 to get it to pass @1.84v. Then I found I couldn't get 2736C8 to work at those settings and I didn't dare increase the IMC volts further also setting the 'training error' setting to 19+20 didn't work either.



I ran some 4GHz 32M with Samsung and got my first sub 20s run:



I even managed to get a 5GHz 32M run with Samsung (only 4.8GHz cache though):



And here's some 2900 4/4/42/43 Samsung 32M:



4770K OCing
Batch = L315B325

Non-Delid:
R15 = 4.5GHz @1.14v and 4.7GHz @1.35v. 83C Highest temp.
32M (2/2) = 4.5GHz @1.11v and 4.8GHz @1.28v. 54C Highest temp.

Delid (Kryonaut):
R15 = 4.5GHz @1.14v and 4.7GHz @1.33v. 73C Highest temp.
32M (2/2) = 4.5GHz @1.11v and 4.9GHz @1.35v. 52C highest temp.
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Update with 4770K on phase.

Managed to get into the 56s at 5GHz/5GHz with Samsung on air and 4770K on phase. The chip can do 5GHz/5GHz @ 1.2v core/1.3v cache/1.9v input on phase and compared to barely managing to do 5GHz/4.8GHz at 1.4v/1.35v/1.9v for 32M on AIO is some pretty good scaling

I managed to get 2918 42/43/4/4 working at 2.36v on my sticks. :O They just kept eating those volts and taking it. Funnily at lower bclock and higher ram divider it wouldn't pass the initial loop compared to passing with wazza at the shown settings.

Here's the screenshot:


And the score:
Noxinite`s SuperPi - 32M score: 5min 56sec 969ms with a Core i7 4770K

Also, had a play around with max 32M clocks on phase and managed to get 5.6GHz/5.2GHz working at 1.53v/1.44v/2.4v. 5.5GHz would work with 1.9v input, but 5.6GHz required the massive step up.

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And score:
Noxinite`s SuperPi - 32M score: 5min 23sec 500ms with a Core i7 4770K
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Default Re: Asrock Z97 OC Formula-PSC

Just bought a Asrock Z97 OCF so hopefully soon I'll get to do some playing too!
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Done a little playing with 4770K 5G/5G and PSC, nothing great as still learning

CPU is on Phase and mems are on air

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Old 09-12-2017
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Default Re: Asrock Z97 OC Formula-PSC

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Waiting on the cold results
Done.

These sticks seem to have no CB and no CBB. This was done on G3258 which is one of the reasons it is soo slow and it was only on phase.

One of two wazza passes in the whole session:

Noxinite`s SuperPi - 32M score: 7min 19sec 313ms with a Pentium G3258



I managed to get 2800C6 (quite loose) to pass with non-wazza, but I couldn't get it to pass with wazza at all - even with +0.03V. Which is a bit odd as on air wazza barely needs more voltage than a basic 32M pass.



So my questions are:
1.) Does wazza capability decline past a certain point with temps even if basic 32M will still pass?
2.) Does wazza capability decline past a certain point with voltage even if basic 32M will still pass?
3.) Would colder IMC help with wazza capability?

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Any help is appreciated guys.
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