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post #19271 of 22233
AFAIK it's common for the 5820/5930 to hit a wall somewhere around 4.5GHz. 5960X is the oddball clocking higher with less volts.

By the way, I got a reply from the shop when they are expecting the 6950X - "at least 6-7 working days, can be more" so I cancelled my order and will try elsewhere where it's cheaper and available within 2-3 days mad.gif

Those Tridents 3200 / C14 are yummy. Won't be cheap for sure.biggrin.gif
post #19272 of 22233
Ok so, I managed to get it stable at 4.6 with the following:
4.6 - VCCIN 2.15 and VCore 1.325 which is a huge jump from
4.4 - VCCIN 1.91 and VCore 1.190

Just a thought, i am not touching the cache frequency yet, so i left ring voltage and SA voltage at auto. Could that be an issue ?
post #19273 of 22233
Looks like we've got a test bunny for 2V+ VCCIN. Just a heads up, most users on here stick to below 2V for VCCIN. High VCCIN voltages have been rumoured to kill chips, also I wouldn't bother with such a large jump, the gain in performance simply isn't worth it unless running benchmarks. Raising cache voltage could help reduce Vcore, but that's just a possibility, looks like you've hit the voltage wall at 4.6.
post #19274 of 22233
Yeah. Personally i don't go over 1.9V on VCCIN, same voltage under load. But hey, that's me. thumb.gif
post #19275 of 22233
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Originally Posted by Desolutional View Post

Looks like we've got a test bunny for 2V+ VCCIN. Just a heads up, most users on here stick to below 2V for VCCIN. High VCCIN voltages have been rumoured to kill chips, also I wouldn't bother with such a large jump, the gain in performance simply isn't worth it unless running benchmarks. Raising cache voltage could help reduce Vcore, but that's just a possibility, looks like you've hit the voltage wall at 4.6.


I actually saw better stability going from 2.0v+ VCCIN down to 1.95v.
post #19276 of 22233
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Originally Posted by Xeq54 View Post

Ok so, I managed to get it stable at 4.6 with the following:
4.6 - VCCIN 2.15 and VCore 1.325 which is a huge jump from
4.4 - VCCIN 1.91 and VCore 1.190

Just a thought, i am not touching the cache frequency yet, so i left ring voltage and SA voltage at auto. Could that be an issue ?

Given those numbers, you'll probably find a happy medium for a 24/7 overclock, with some room to spare to OC cache as well, at 4.5 Ghz. Assuming your cooling can handle it of course.

And yeah, I wouldn't go over 1.95 vccin, and even that would be high unless paired with LLC 7 or less.

That's a better than average chip, btw, grats.
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Looks like we've got a test bunny for 2V+ VCCIN. Just a heads up, most users on here stick to below 2V for VCCIN. High VCCIN voltages have been rumoured to kill chips, also I wouldn't bother with such a large jump, the gain in performance simply isn't worth it unless running benchmarks. Raising cache voltage could help reduce Vcore, but that's just a possibility, looks like you've hit the voltage wall at 4.6.

On my EVGA classified Vin on auto sets it to 2.1v if you raise Vcore at all.

I've run P95 small FTTS for an hour(ish) at 2.1Vin and 1.25Vcore. CPU was drawing +- 200w according to HWmonitor.

I would put more $$$ on the asus 'oc' sockets killing things than Vin.

5930k
post #19278 of 22233
If you want to trust the mobo to set your voltages, by all means do so. I'm just repeating what other users on here have said. I personally would never trust the mobo rules and always take advice from multiple users with different boards - my ASUS board doesn't go "red" until around 1.40V of Vcore, but I'd never run anywhere near that for 24/7 use. Prime95 isn't dangerous with the heat generation per se, but with the amount of current it draws. The OC socket shouldn't harm the chip at all unless increasing voltages that the OC socket aids. VCCIN is not one of those voltages.
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I saw them too, they are real, but I don't know when they are released to the public.
Don't know what extra OC headroom you'd have with suck a high base XMP setting.
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