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Originally Posted by ooostephen View Post

Just thought I'd remind everyone that memory speed plays a role at higher OCs. Just as the Asus guide said, I was not able to get stable until I lowered ram to 1600. Once I did, I began passing stress tests regularly. It made all the diff.

That shouldn't be an  issue if the person followed my guide, Everything would be at stock.

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Undelwalt (2017)
(29 items)
 
 
Celapaleis (2013)
(16 items)
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
7600k @ 5.197/1.392 1.392v z170 Asus Hero EVGA 1080ti SC Black (2100/6250) x2 8gb GSkill Trident Z 3600 @ 3804 15-15-15-32-2T 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 950 Pro 512gb (Undelwalt) WD Red 2tb (Pack Yak II) Seagate Expansion Drive 5tb (Phoenix Down II) 3x560mm HardwareLabs Nemesis GTX 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
XPSC Raystorm Pro Watercool Heatkiller 1080ti Full Cover Waterblock EK XTOP Revo Dual D5 (Serial, PWM, v4) EK ZMT (1/2 - 3/4 ID OD) 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
14xEK ACF (Compression Fittings) EK x4 250 (v2) Distilled Water + PT Nuke (Copper Sulphate) 24x140mm Silent Wings 3 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Pro 64bit Catleap 27 Inch 2560x1440 IPS 60hz Display Coolermaster Storm Trigger (Brown Switches) EVGA P2 1000w 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair Air 540 Logitech G Pro Tek Syndicate "Raze the World" Desk Mat O2 + Odac by Mayflower Electronics (Rev A) 
AudioAudioAudioAudio
Sennheiser HD 800 2xKrk Rokit 6 G2 Blue Yeti (Grey) Rode PSA-1 Arm 
Other
Aquaero 6 LT + Aluminum Heatsink 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 6600k Delid @ 4.848/4.848 Asus z170 Hero MSI GTX 980ti @ 1499/4082 1.25v/134% Power 2 x 8gb Gskills Ripjaws V 3131 16-16-16-32 
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Steelseries QcK Mini Blue Yeti Microphone Objective Dac + Amp Sescom AB Switch 
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Ok guys. I'm trying this again.. here's my window.. what do I do from here? I see people are having problems with this program. I just want to do it right.
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Originally Posted by Scotty Mac View Post

Ok guys. I'm trying this again.. here's my window.. what do I do from here? I see people are having problems with this program. I just want to do it right.

I forgot to add something.. my core multi voltages looks like this:
VCCIN: 1.760v auto
Core: 1.200v override
Ring: 1.064 auto
SA: 0.912v auto
IO: 1.016v auto
maunal set uncore to 34.

Is it really required to turn the vdroop to 100%? (its on auto now, Doug, Don't get mad.. I just don't understand the vdroop) what exactly is the vr ovp ocp?
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I meant to put core multi at 42.. sorry.. Only 4.2.. cuz I gave up for a little while lol
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Originally Posted by Scotty Mac View Post

I forgot to add something.. my core multi voltages looks like this:
VCCIN: 1.760v auto
Core: 1.200v override
Ring: 1.064 auto
SA: 0.912v auto
IO: 1.016v auto
maunal set uncore to 34.

Is it really required to turn the vdroop to 100%? (its on auto now, Doug, Don't get mad.. I just don't understand the vdroop) what exactly is the vr ovp ocp?

NVM, I got it working right smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Scotty Mac View Post

NVM, I got it working right smile.gif

I mean I got x264 to run right lol. My questions still stands for the voltages and whatnot.. sorry for multiple posts,. keep forgetting to input some things.. wife and kids can be distracting at times wink.gif
post #5517 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

That shouldn't be an  issue if the person followed my guide, Everything would be at stock.

Nice guide.
I'm at 4.7/45 uncore. Uncore was important to me. Could just be my chips idiosyncrasies, but nothing I did would work with 2400 ram.
post #5518 of 19539
OK.. so how do ya set the number of passes you want for x264? And how many passes is "overnight"? Certain amount of hours? The guide says anything over 20 passes is overkill.. so That's why I'm asking. Thanks!
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Scotty man, please can you consolidate you questions into a smaller number of posts? This isn't an IM/texting app where each sentence and thought should be a different post smile.gif.

Ok, after a looong weekend of testing and retesting, my (current) final stable settings. Darkwizzie, feel free to include if you'd like.

Build
4770k (batch: L312, Malaysia)
ASUS Maximus VI Hero
GSkill TridentX 16Gb (2x8)
H100i stock fans (turbines really tongue.giftongue.giftongue.gif) in top-exhaust-pull (so not ideal, but no room for push-pull and don't want push-only b/c it's a pain to clean!)

OC
Core: x46 1.275V (VCORE oscillates between 1.296 and 1.312, I'm obviously NOT on Adaptive, so quite interesting)
Cache Ratio: x45 1.270V (it would run on x46 1.275V and passes x264 but occasionally fails OCCT and I didn't want to up the Uncore voltage above core voltage, so brought down to x45 and could get away with 1.270)
BLCK: 100 (stock)
CPU Strap: 100 (stock)
Analog IO +0.145
Digital IO +0.145
Sys Agent +0.145
VCCIN / CPUInput / CPUEventual: 1.920
DRAM: XMP 2133Mhz (9 11 11 31 2) Auto Voltage (as expected resolved to 1.6V)

Other misc. voltages are on Auto but in case it may help someone, they got resovled to (according to ASUS AI Suite):
PCH Core 1.05
PLL Termination 1.200
VTTDDR 0.800
PCHVLX 1.500
Clock Crossing Voltage 1.150

Testing
x264: 18 passes (got impatient as i got home from dinner tongue.gif)
InterlBurnTestVersion2.54: 10 passes @ High stress level
InterlBurnTestVersion2.54: 5 passes @ Very High stress level (stopped at 5 not because of failures but because temps got really high, it was hovering around 96C-97C)
OCCT: test OCCT, Automatic, 3 hours, 64bits, Large Data Set, 8 threads
OCCT: test LINPACK, 1 hour, 64bits, all logical cores, memory: custom 10Gigs (NO AVX as it ran way too hot!)
Chess: 1hour (mostly cause I got impatient tongue.gif), run concurrently for a portion of x264 test tongue.gif
Prime95 v27.9: Blend 16 passes and running now, planning to let it run another 10 passes or so, temps peaked once to 95C but running in the mid 80s consistently)

NOTE: for all of the test, at least for a portion of each test (sometimes for the entire duration of some tests), I am using my PC actively, usually chrome with 15-20 tabs, of which 5 are playing random youtube vids, streaming music, browsing sites, and opening and closing other random apps (eg antivirus app, Eclipse, etc). This was hardest to do with x264 as for some reason it causes sluggishness that not even Prime95/Linpack cause smile.gif.
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Originally Posted by creos7 View Post

Scotty man, please can you consolidate you questions into a smaller number of posts? This isn't an IM/texting app where each sentence and thought should be a different post smile.gif.

Ok, after a looong weekend of testing and retesting, my (current) final stable settings. Darkwizzie, feel free to include if you'd like.

Build
4770k (batch: L312, Malaysia)
ASUS Maximus VI Hero
GSkill TridentX 16Gb (2x8)
H100i stock fans (turbines really tongue.giftongue.giftongue.gif) in top-exhaust-pull (so not ideal, but no room for push-pull and don't want push-only b/c it's a pain to clean!)

OC
Core: x46 1.275V (VCORE oscillates between 1.296 and 1.312, I'm obviously NOT on Adaptive, so quite interesting)
Cache Ratio: x45 1.270V (it would run on x46 1.275V and passes x264 but occasionally fails OCCT and I didn't want to up the Uncore voltage above core voltage, so brought down to x45 and could get away with 1.270)
BLCK: 100 (stock)
CPU Strap: 100 (stock)
Analog IO +0.145
Digital IO +0.145
Sys Agent +0.145
VCCIN / CPUInput / CPUEventual: 1.920
DRAM: XMP 2133Mhz (9 11 11 31 2) Auto Voltage (as expected resolved to 1.6V)

Other misc. voltages are on Auto but in case it may help someone, they got resovled to (according to ASUS AI Suite):
PCH Core 1.05
PLL Termination 1.200
VTTDDR 0.800
PCHVLX 1.500
Clock Crossing Voltage 1.150

Testing
x264: 18 passes (got impatient as i got home from dinner tongue.gif)
InterlBurnTestVersion2.54: 10 passes @ High stress level
InterlBurnTestVersion2.54: 5 passes @ Very High stress level (stopped at 5 not because of failures but because temps got really high, it was hovering around 96C-97C)
OCCT: test OCCT, Automatic, 3 hours, 64bits, Large Data Set, 8 threads
OCCT: test LINPACK, 1 hour, 64bits, all logical cores, memory: custom 10Gigs (NO AVX as it ran way too hot!)
Chess: 1hour (mostly cause I got impatient tongue.gif), run concurrently for a portion of x264 test tongue.gif
Prime95 v27.9: Blend 16 passes and running now, planning to let it run another 10 passes or so, temps peaked once to 95C but running in the mid 80s consistently)

NOTE: for all of the test, at least for a portion of each test (sometimes for the entire duration of some tests), I am using my PC actively, usually chrome with 15-20 tabs, of which 5 are playing random youtube vids, streaming music, browsing sites, and opening and closing other random apps (eg antivirus app, Eclipse, etc). This was hardest to do with x264 as for some reason it causes sluggishness that not even Prime95/Linpack cause smile.gif.

Yeah, I know. I apologized, should've seen in a post. How long did it take for your 18 passes in x264?
I'm currently crashing in chess about 4 minutes in at 4.4ghz with 1.290v. Looks like I bot a crappy chip. Unless I can do something else.
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