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Sure, but no point waiting 20minutes for 2 passes of max if its going to fail standard in 1 minute.

Its not done being tested, but it is at 95c, so I hope I can drop the volts, LOL.
Edited by gofasterstripes - 2/9/16 at 2:27pm
post #5872 of 7852
Here you go @Space Marine That's 4290 to 4485MHz Core and 3315MHz Uncore as a data point for you wink.gif



All Turbo/Power Saving = Enabled.

Edited by gofasterstripes - 2/9/16 at 3:47pm
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Here you go @Space Marine That's 4290 to 4485MHz Core and 3315MHz Uncore as a data point for you wink.gif



All Turbo/Power Saving = Enabled.

Thanks! Nice result smile.gif
 
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Anyone got any tips? I am testing it with 3600MHz Uncore at 1.295Vtt now as well biggrin.gif
Edited by gofasterstripes - 2/10/16 at 4:20am
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Anyone got any tips? I am testing it with 3600MHz Uncore at 1.295Vcc now as well biggrin.gif

Why is your vCore so high? Are you just stress testing and gradually increasing the different frequencies? If everything is working just keep going. If you hit a brick wall I'll try to give you some tips.
    
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Hey @Kana-Maru! I'm curious how far I can take this sucker. I have a spare chip that I know is fine for 200x20, so the question is : Can we set this up any faster in a way where it'll have a chance of living a useful (if shorter) life?

All the settings in the BIOS were for the Cinebench Run, and results in Turbo of between 22 and 23x. Lowering any of Vcc, Vtt or Clock Drive will reduce stability, and the Skew seems to help a tiny bit too. Other settings are from the 4GHz that i have been running for the last year.

Going from 4-4.45 GHz is requiring a huge slab of Core voltage and LLC on too. Temps are 90+ in IBT, as CPU power consumption jumps 50+ W, from 1.27-1.375v. I dont actually want to damage this chip, so I've called it quits here.

I've not tried higher BClk, and I won't change the PCIE. RAM is 1600MHz rated as in the picture.

The other 5650 was a little cooler and had a lower AutoVolts Vcc, but i dont want to **** it up.

Oh, the Uncore didn't pass IBT at 3600 with 1.295v (with otherwise stable settings).

So yeah I'm stuck now, any tips?
Edited by gofasterstripes - 2/10/16 at 4:49am
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@gofastserstripe EDIT: I forgot, is that chip under water?
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Nope, under this Zalman CNPS10X Extreme, with exhaust fans above and to the side.
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Holy crap, I just fluked out.

I was watching a youtube video when I suddenly got a BOSD. I first thought it was just an unstable oc, that is until I took my headphones off and all I could hear was *splash* *splash* *splash*, my Eisberg 240 sprung a leak frown.gif . I quickly shut it down and ripped the side panel off... everything was soaked with water.

I have most of it cleaned up now, the mobo took the brunt of it but believe it or not it's perfectly fine.

I had originally intended to use this mobo for sub zero so the top half of the board has dielectic grease on it (in the socket too) and I think that is what saved it.

It seems the cause was that the threads in the resovoir for the fitting were stripped and that caused the fitting to come loose and spray water everywhere.

Still need to test my 780 ti's and the x5670 to see if they still work.

This sucks. :/
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That totally sucks @DR4G00N
     
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