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Haswell and LGA 1150 Platform: Right Operation and Overclocking

Started by: BernardP | Date 01/09/14 12:09:14 PM
Comments: 118 | Last Comment:  11/26/16 06:15:11 AM


It is my understanding that the C1E power state requires a compatible power supply. That's possibly why it is disabled by default.
0 0 [Posted by: BernardP  | Date: 01/09/14 12:09:14 PM]

Great guide! Thanks a lot for sharing the knowledge!
1 0 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 01/10/14 08:30:15 AM]

I have the Asus Z87 pro but when i overclock and use the same settings as described the vcore still increases when i increase the multipliier, at 4,0 GHz it is already at 1,21 volts from 1,08. is there some more setting that needs to be changed than manual vcore? i mustdial in an absolute value to get it to stay fixed but then it won't reduce at idle.
0 0 [Posted by: to fast  | Date: 01/11/14 06:48:15 AM]

"ASUS mainboards are traditionally top-class and offer the richest selection of setup options".

That just bring in more confusion from my personal experience.
0 0 [Posted by: USAFANG67  | Date: 01/17/14 04:42:18 AM]

I was wondering. If the I5s for the Haswell platform cannot be overclocked,how is 2100 DDR3,1866 DDR3 etc. - used ?

Noting that most motherboards seen with the Haswell,(or at least those I've looked at - probably the cheaper ones),say simply 1600mhz DDR3. I've noticed in some reviews use of the XMP type settings in some of the reviews. Is an overclock necesary to use other memory speeds than the 1600mhz listed ?

Is this difficult to do ?

thanks . (Also asked in another article.)
0 0 [Posted by: Chorus Of Jeers  | Date: 01/18/14 05:20:13 AM]


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