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Just past Realbench.
I played GTA V for 2 hours the other night with a oc of 4.3Ghz@1.22v yet that same oc will fail occt in 1m 30s.
Heck that same settings past EVERYTHING beside OCCT/Prime95 28.7 (which I stopped using after the other day..lol) and ran fine for 3 days..
Run OCCT yesterday, drama's start.. rolleyes.gif

According to aisuite, power usage of OCCT at 4.4ghz and 1.216v takes between 150 and 170w. Power usage moves up and down that range on my ssytem. The encoding benches are less power hungry than that. One setting I made in the asus bios was to up the power limit...

CPU Current Capability
Auto 100% 110% 120% 130% 140%

I think I choose 120% but I'm not positive about that? If i understand the setting, it controls how much power the mobo's power circuitry will allow the cpu to consume. Is there a setting like that in your bios? At the higher voltage, your cpu is probably wanting to draw more power.
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According to aisuite, power usage of OCCT at 4.4ghz and 1.216v takes between 150 and 170w. Power usage moves up and down that range on my ssytem. The encoding benches are less power hungry than that. One setting I made in the asus bios was to up the power limit...

CPU Current Capability
Auto 100% 110% 120% 130% 140%

I think I choose 120% but I'm not positive about that? If i understand the setting, it controls how much power the mobo's power circuitry will allow the cpu to consume. Is there a setting like that in your bios? At the higher voltage, your cpu is probably wanting to draw more power.

I haven't messed around with anything else today, I just set it back to my thoroughly tested 4.2Ghz@1.21v OC (1 hour OCCT tested and passed included) because Fallout 4 is here thumb.gif
Will mess around more later, but 4.2Ghz is ample to play Fallout 4... biggrin.gif

I'm suspecting I might need to raise the VCCIN higher than 1.960, when I was testing this morning I had it set to 1.980v with a 95% vdroop, this was running XTU, Realbench, AIDA64, x265 all passed fine, but I didn't get to run OCCT, was leaving it to last and then the courier turned up..

I don't mind running a 4.2Ghz OC 24/7, but it's concerning when no matter what voltages you use you can't get a higher OC dialled in. (Well not when using OCCT, everything else is fine)

I'm pretty sure there is a Current Capability setting in the MSI bios, I think it's called "overcurrent", then there's "overcurrent protection".
Could explain why you hit a wall using OCCT with higher overclocks..
Edited by schoolofmonkey - 11/9/15 at 7:16pm
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According to aisuite, power usage of OCCT at 4.4ghz and 1.216v takes between 150 and 170w. Power usage moves up and down that range on my ssytem. The encoding benches are less power hungry than that. One setting I made in the asus bios was to up the power limit...

CPU Current Capability
Auto 100% 110% 120% 130% 140%

I think I choose 120% but I'm not positive about that? If i understand the setting, it controls how much power the mobo's power circuitry will allow the cpu to consume. Is there a setting like that in your bios? At the higher voltage, your cpu is probably wanting to draw more power.

This setting can be left in auto
post #14194 of 22170
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Rule of thumb doesn't work for me.
Hard lock with no cache overclock and ram at stock 2133Mhz (instead of rated 2666mhz).
Fixed by upping the CPU core voltage, I'm yet to see a bluescreen with this MSI board... rolleyes.gif

How many volts can you push under that AIO? while keeping the temps under 75?.
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Gr8 score m8 thumb.gif

Thx thumb.gif
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Hopefully HWBOT starts issuing point for that benchmark, thumb.gif
(tho once that happens, the competition will get tougher)

Yeah thats true, tongue.gif i still got some tricks up my sleeve though, its winter here but the temps are silly high for this time of year frown.gif
Iam waiting for some cold weather to push those volts, now im sitting snugly in my comfort zone tongue.gif ( got a radbox in front of my Window )
post #14195 of 22170
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Has anyone here heard of BIOS issues with the X99 SOC champion? I know I don't have much experience with this platform but it isn't my first pony show either. It started with the 125 strap and 2800 memory. Anytime XMP was enabled it wouldn't boot even with everything else stock/auto. So I updated BIOS to one of the only 2 current ones which were both BETAs. XMP profile was working and 125 strap but things just kept gettting weirder. Settings in BIOS weren't carried into windows. Too much crashing any time I tried to manually set ram/cache even at modest speeds. So I set it to single BIOS and ran off the back-up. That's when things seemed a lot more "normal". I was able to Overclock CPU/Cache and memory and was having a good time with it until . It started doing the same. This time mostly ram. After I ran that setting I posted a page back. The board started randomly setting ram timings apparently on it's own. No failed OC message or double boots just settings that I didn't make.
I started a ticket with Giga on Saturday but still no response. Has anyone here heard of any similar isuues with this board? I did notice they weren't available for very long in the retail outlets. Just wondering if maybe there's something inherently wrong with them.

Nothing wrong with the SOC Champion, there is a thread for this board, come over and have a read, may help you out.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1540939/gigabyte-x99-soc-champion-discussion-ownerss-club
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Hi I have a couple of questions
First of all I'm running a 5960x on an EVGA Micro 2. 4.7 stable with 1.26 volts (I won the lottery big time).

If I change the BCLK off 100, even a little bit, I get bsod. over 102 won't even post and a few others with Micro 2 boards have the same problem. Is this just the board or an X99 problem.
I have an R9 280x oc, which is supposed to be gen 3, but if I run it on gen 3 it gets super crashy under load. Gen 2 vs 3 is only really worth going from 170 to 180 on cinebench anyway, if it makes it through the test on gen 3...

All of my old overclocking has been done on X58 with a Xeon 5690. The X99 seems so simple it's almost a letdown!
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How many volts can you push under that AIO? while keeping the temps under 75?.

Well I was able to keep it around 71c with 1.3v, but I also only run the Noctua NF-14's at 900rpm max, so it would probably be cooler if I turned up the fans biggrin.gif
That was with the air con off too, if I turn that on (which is above my head) temps go down by a max of 10c... thumb.gif
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Just installed my brand new 5820k, and ran cinebench at all stock speeds. Hope to attempt OCing within the next few days! Any tips up front are greatly appreciated!!

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Just installed my brand new 5820k, and ran cinebench at all stock speeds. Hope to attempt OCing within the next few days! Any tips up front are greatly appreciated!!

45x
1.115v on core or less
1.8-1.9v input.

Run cinebench.If it completes your cpu is strong.
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Well I was able to keep it around 71c with 1.3v, but I also only run the Noctua NF-14's at 900rpm max, so it would probably be cooler if I turned up the fans biggrin.gif
That was with the air con off too, if I turn that on (which is above my head) temps go down by a max of 10c... thumb.gif

Why HS-E user keep the temp under 70c all the time those still haswell cores nothing to worry about until 85c (stress test ) biggrin.gif

I love my 5820k but at higher voltage 1.340v make this as real haswell cpu.. like old 4790k days biggrin.gif
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1.115v on core or less
1.8-1.9v input.

Run cinebench.If it completes your cpu is strong.

4.5ghz and 1.115v ? wth.gif
   
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