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Old 2019-02-14, 20:23   #23
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Now the 4770k will only boot by selecting only 2 cores in BIOS (ASUS board). I suspect that at some stage the old system MSI+4770k had a electrical spike and broke both the chip and the motherboard. My plan is to fit a recently bought i5-4590 in the new ASUS board to improve throughput!
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Old 2019-02-14, 22:24   #24
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Now the 4770k will only boot by selecting only 2 cores in BIOS (ASUS board). I suspect that at some stage the old system MSI+4770k had a electrical spike and broke both the chip and the motherboard. My plan is to fit a recently bought i5-4590 in the new ASUS board to improve throughput!
I now have the core voltage at 1.1v and the 4770k is booting on all four cores
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Old 2019-05-01, 13:19   #25
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Which gfx card you are using?
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