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What is that Asus Thermal Control Tool ?
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Read previous Raja post tistou. wink.gif
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post #19103 of 22287
Quote:
Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

Well asus boards.
Im sure other board manufactures will come up with similar utility's. My Gigabyte soc champion has new options for the AVX offset settings and stuff. Didn't really know what they were for but now have a better understanding. thumb.gif

Others will copy - I mean follow soon, yes tongue.gif


Prepping the P5 to be wall mounted.

post #19104 of 22287
FYI silicon lottery has decided to bin the 6850K. Just thought some might be interested in the addition.


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kimir View Post

Read previous Raja post tistou. wink.gif

This http://edgeup.asus.com/2016/05/get-best-performance-broadwell-e-processors-asus-thermal-control-tool/ ?

Thanks smile.gif

EDIT : It seems pretty complicated this story biggrin.gif
With my 5930K, I have no utility
Edited by tistou77 - 5/31/16 at 12:04pm
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Others will copy - I mean follow soon, yes tongue.gif


Prepping the P5 to be wall mounted.
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Well seeing as my bios had some of these options months ago for these AVX settings it seems it is really the only logical way to do it........
Edited by lilchronic - 5/31/16 at 11:55am
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

It works with HWE, yes

Yummy, that means I can force my hot core to chill out and let the other 5 cores push ahead and give me more power. thumb.gif

Is there an ETA on when we'll get the feature ported to our boards?

Edit: never mind, it's here!
Edited by Desolutional - 5/31/16 at 11:56am
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Originally Posted by Desolutional View Post

Yummy, that means I can force my hot core to chill out and let the other 5 cores push ahead and give me more power. thumb.gif

Is there an ETA on when we'll get the feature ported to our boards?

Edit: never mind, it's here!

Try reading it wink.gif
http://edgeup.asus.com/2016/05/get-best-performance-broadwell-e-processors-asus-thermal-control-tool/
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Yeah, testing it, the "Package" temp seems to be the Core Max PECI sensor, which I'm very happy with cause I hate using Package Temps (your package can handle the heat), but it doesn't seem to be the best description for the sensor. Apart from that, the software does work. It definitely reduces Core Voltage and Core Frequency upon reaching the upper temp. limit. May try raising my BIOS voltage to see if I can't hit those 1.30V highs during the summer heat.

It seems you need to raise the BIOS voltages and frequencies, and the tool will simply throttle said voltages and frequencies based on temperatures, not current draw or power draw. Seeing as AVX 2.0 draws a lot of power through the package, not sure if that's the best approach. It definitely works with adaptive voltage though.

Edit: scrap that, it polls the PECI, not the Core Max, or an ASUS sensor or even the Intel Package temp. value. It's done via the PECI, which is actually a really good decision.
Edited by Desolutional - 5/31/16 at 12:46pm
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(3Dmk11 and actually skydiver physics are tougher... then there is Vantage wink.gif )[/quote]
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

4.7Ghz @ 1.35v is pretty good but not golden.

My chip will boot 5ghz @ 1.45v
http://valid.x86.fr/9lprgr

I run 4.6Ghz - 1.24v, 4.7Ghz - 1.29v and 4.8Ghz @1.35v - 1.85vccin. Stable
Cache runs 4.5Ghz - 1.26vring

Silicon lottery has / had a chip that booted 5ghz @ 1.27v............. Now that's golden biggrin.gif

My golden chip will fail running firestrike at 4.7ghz with 1.45v-1.5v i can give you my batch if you want to buy one that much! tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

Firestrike physics is not a long or heavy load. I wouldn't shy away from running 1.5V IF you can keep the max temp during the run below 75C. Very important to watch the package temp... it can run 20C hotter than the CPU.

(3Dmk11 and actually skydiver physics are tougher... then there is Vantage wink.gif )

Its sad that there is almost no scale from 1.4-1.45 and no scale from 1.45-1.5 just more heat , do you think that a Vccin of 2volts will change anything? I had running this voltages with 1.93V Vccin poke.gif I am strongly consindered about that 6850k do you think that first batches will oc bad?
Edited by leonman44 - 5/31/16 at 12:38pm
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