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post #16801 of 22164
Took a step back and settled on a ,,sweetspot" at 4.6Ghz with 1.18v CPU voltage, Cache at 4.2Ghz with 1.100v Cache Voltage and with a CPU Input Voltage of 1.800v.
For the moment i'll stay here with reasonable core and package temps, rather than upping the CPU to 4.7Ghz and get not so got readings on my temperature. This week i'll receive back my GTX 970, this time a Gigabyte Extreme Gaming and in the neer future will invest in another GPU for SLI, a pack of cables from CableMods white/black and after that i'll reconsider if i gonna invest in another cooler like Predator 360 tho i do not think 300euros justifies getting my cpu to get to 4.7 or 4.8 Ghz.
My OC book is closed atm....here are my readings even tho they are from a 30 mins stress test and does not mean it's stable, the temperatures will be the same with a longer span.
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post #16802 of 22164
Very nice chip. thumb.gif

I have to dial 1.25 for 4.6 frown.gif



I just hope this is stable enough.
Edited by mus1mus - 2/1/16 at 12:49am
post #16803 of 22164
Gonna leave it like that. The logic is that for 4.7ghz I need 1.23-1.125v with 1.9 input and for 4.8ghz I need more r than that, investing 300 in another cooler is b not justifiable for a small increase in performance and temperatures higher than present. Will invest in something else.
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post #16804 of 22164
I'm pretty stoked that I managed to pass Memtest for 2.5 hours or 400% with CPU at 4.4 Ghz / 1.199v and RAM at 2600 Mhz / 1.230 on one stick and 1.240v on the other.

Max CPU on one of the cores was 63c and the rest were lower.
post #16805 of 22164
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Very nice chip. thumb.gif

I have to dial 1.25 for 4.6 frown.gif



I just hope this is stable enough.

I'm pretty sure even 1.25 for 4.6 is still a fair bit above the average chip. Don't be too bummed about it.
post #16806 of 22164
For 5960X (and seems to be avg for 5820K and 5930K as well) Is 4400 - 1.3V under avg, 4500 - 1.3V avg, 4600 - 1.3V over avg.

This seems correct, esp when you look back at the first samples. They don`t overclock good. Benching on 4900 was not easy on 5820Ks. (My sample did 4750 1.325V, 4875 1,375 stable) and cache 1.250V 4500.

So i`m happy with my 5960X. Will try a higher cache core or lower the voltage.
post #16807 of 22164
Pretty sure I could get 4.5 stable at around 1.25v but I wanted to try keep it at 1.2v as the max to preserve some longevity of the chip.
I only upgrade when I feel I need to (every 5 or so years). Last set up was a I5 2400 on a H67 board.
post #16808 of 22164
Well, not that I don't love this chip. But 4.6 Cache is all I can feel happy with it. biggrin.gif
post #16809 of 22164
Tested quick 4200 on cache 1.175V seems OK. Would not boot on 1.200V 4300 on cache though.

Decreased my Vcore a bit. Will try 1.193V again since i`m cooling the VRMs. Seemed to help quite a bit. But i dunno, only way to find out is to test.
post #16810 of 22164
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Tested quick 4200 on cache 1.175V seems OK. Would not boot on 1.200V 4300 on cache though.

Decreased my Vcore a bit. Will try 1.193V again since i`m cooling the VRMs. Seemed to help quite a bit. But i dunno, only way to find out is to test.

What do you deem as seemingly ok?
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